School Improvement Plan S.Y.

2009-2012 ROSITA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Department of Education Caraga Administrative Region DIVISION OF SURIGAO DEL NORTE

ROSITA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
Dinagat Islands

Year 2009-2012

Date of Submission

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E N D O R E S E M E N T
This is to signify our collective approval and support to the implementation of the School Improvement Plan which contains our aspirations for our school. Signed on _____day of at Rosita Elementary School, Cagdianao District, Dinagat Islands
EVELYN RD. TAÑAMOR President, Parent Teacher’s association JEANPAUL F. DIANO President, Pupil’s Government Organization CANDY M. TEJOL President, FACULTY Club ROSIE O. MONTECASTRO President, School Governing Council SILVESTRE C. TEJOL Barangay Captain CANDY M. TEJOL School Head

Reviewed by:

District Appraisal Committee CHARITO L. GARCIA District Supervisor

____________________ Principal Reviewed by:

______________________ Principal

_____________________ Principal

Division Appraisal Committee LOPE C. PAPELERAS ES-I English/DEDP Coordinator DR. MILA O. GERALDINOWILLIAM R. BUHAYANJANE MARNIE M. RAMILLA ES-I -Mathematics ES-I ALS. Division Planning Officer II INDAY ROBBIE A. CUBILLAN Division SBM Coordinator Recommending Acceptance: ROMEO O. APROVECHAR Asst. Schools Division Superintendent

Accepted by:

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JOSITA B. CARMEN Schools Division Superintendent

TABLE OF CONTENTS Endorsement Introduction I. II. School Guiding Principles School and Community Profile a. School Profile b. Community Profile III. Situational Analysis a. School Performance b. Instructional Materials c. Personnel Profile d. Physical Facilities e. School Management IV. School Goals and Objectives a. Streams Analysis b. School Goal Chart V. Priority Improvement Areas a. 3-year Work and Financial Plan b. Annual Implementation Plan VI. Organizing for Implementation a. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan

ANNEXES
School Operating Budget Monthly Cash Programming Annual Procurement Plan

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School Development Plan Land Titles /tax Declaration

INTRODUCTION
The education system and school are here for a purpose. Education is seen by many as the mans guide to nurture intelligence in every individuals, especially the young. Through Schools First Initiative (SFI), every organization the GPTCA, PGO’s, LGU’s, NGO’s and other stakeholders are involved in planning and improving the school for the good of the pupils as well as the community. The Three Year Improvement Plan serve as reference materials for the School Head, teachers and stakeholders in what to implement or impose that will solve the existing problems encountered in school.

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I. VALUES, VISION, MISSION
Core Values: The school adheres to the following values: Commitment
Every individuals should be committed in his undertakings.

Excellence/ Competence

We must possess of being competence and excellent in all our endeavors.

Cooperation

Two way relationship

Vision: Rosita Elementary School is a child-friendly school committed to produce functionallyliterate and productive learners through competent teachers and supportive stakeholders. Mission: The schools aims to provide life long learning to school children through provision of quality basic education, competent teachers and supportive stakeholders.

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II. SCHOOL & COMMUNITY PROFILE
I. SCHOOL Location: Rosita Elementary School is located in southeast portion of Albor District with Llamera Elementary School on its North and Villa Ecleo Elementary School on its South. Topography The school is located at the hilly place, but unfortunately it is the side where it is passage of the transportation from Rosita to the town of San Jose or to the Municipality of Libjo, through land transportation. History. Several years had passed Sitio Madamlog was under the stewardship of Janito T. Tapic wherein, a primary school was successfully opened in 1976 that was the time of Mr. Eliseo Alvarez as the District Supervisor of Albor. In the year 1991-1992 the school became a complete elementary. Presently Rosita Elementary School is now a complete elementary having 4 monograde classless and 1 combination class with 5 teachers spearheaded by the cluster head Crisbe C. Guma-od.

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A.1. Provision of Access Personnel Rosita Elementary School has 5 teachers, 1 I s handling combination classes. It managed by a cluster head, Crisbe C. Guma-od.

Physical & Ancillary Services The school has 6 instructional classrooms. No electrical and water facilities & laboratories for workshop.

Learning Materials & Equipment Due to school MOOE and other DepEd funds the school owned now learning materials like big books, story books, globes and dictionary. It has also science apparatuses. A.2. Quality and Relevance Basic Education A.2.1 Pupil/Student Performance The performance of the pupils in terms of school achievement test increases their NAT MPS from 62.48% previous year to 82.37% this school year 2008-2009. A.2.2 Curriculum Implementation & Instructional Delivery The school implemented Basic Education Curriculum to make them more effective in teaching and it support subjects like Project DEAR, it is done 30 minutes before classes started. 7

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TIME ALLOTMENT TABLE Grade Grade Grade I II III 100 100 100 80 80 80 80 80 80 40 60 60 60 Grade IV 80 60 60 60 100 40 20 40 360 Grade V 80 60 60 60 120 40 40 40 380 Grade VI 80 60 60 60 120 40 40 40 380

Subject Areas English Mathematics Filipino Science & Health Makabayan • Sibika at Kultura • MSEP • EPP Total No. of Minutes

320

320

360

The teachers fully implemented the Basic Education Curriculum to make them more effective in teachings. A.3. School Management School Management & Administration The school administers and manages the whole system satisfactorily as it us evidenced on pupil, parents BLGU participation during Brigada Eskwela, monthly PTCA meeting and other school activities. The school head supervised and monitored the teachers always. He disseminate updates and information as the need arises. Classroom observation done smoothly. GPTCA meeting done regularly every month. The school head is always looking for the battlement of his school, teachers and pupils.

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II. COMMUNITY Location: Barangay Rosita is located in southeast portion of the Municipality of Libjo with Barangay Llamera and Bayanihan on its North and the municipality of Basilisa on its south. On the east, it Municipality of Cagdianao while Brgy. Plaridel is on its west. Topography: From the vernacular word “madanlog” meaning slippery, this place was named Sitio Madanlog before it became a progressive barangay of Libjo. In the year 1972 migration to Dinagat Island by the members of Philippine Benevolent Missionary Association (PBMA) from the different points of origin of the country was on its highest peak. With the over population of Barangay San Jose (now Municipality of San Jose) some migrants has seek for a better place in the island to settle their families. They had chosen the place due to the abundance of chromites deposits and vast forest as their source of livelihood. Year had passed, the settlers was organized into a purok under the stewardship of Juanito T. Tapic who became it s purok president. The purok officials continued to struggle towards the creation of sitio to a barangay until 1977, the Municipal Council of Libjo had unanimously passed a Resolution No. 021, which purposes for the creation of Sitio Madanlog into a barangay named Rosita in the honor of the wife of late Municipal Mayor Lamberto A. Llamera, Sr. SOCIO-CULTURAL Its constituents mostly originated from the provinces of Cebu, Bohol, Iloilo and Negros Oriental. Yet, it is also populated with ethnic groups of Dababaonons, Muslim and Manobo. The predominant dialect spoken in the area is Cebuano.

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POLITICAL Barangay Rosita is one of the sixteen barangay in the municipality of Libjo, which was subdivided into 5 purok.

DEMOGRAPHY
Barangay Rosita has a total population of 1,008 comprising 195 household and families with an average of five members.

Economy
Barangay Rosita is famous for its Multi-purpose Cooperative that engages in wholesale trading of various agri-products such as corn, coffee, copia citronella. Likewise, they have micro lending to its member with every minimal interest post harvest services and transportation services. Rootcrops (sweet potato/camote) is abundantly produced in the area, hence a number of local merchants are selling these to local market. There is also number of retail sari-sari stores in the area engaged in retailing consumer goods. Other economic resources in the barangay included the utilization of corn as animal feeds.

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III. SITUATION ANALYSIS
1. SCHOOL PERFORMANCE The school MPS NAT results Grade III & IV increase for the school year S.Y. 20082009. 1.1. Pupils Performance On School National Achievement Test The following data reflects the performance of students in terms of the School Achievement Test.
SUBJECT AREAS ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE FILIPINO MAKABAYAN Total SY 2006-2007 57.74 62.38 55.48 64.12 61.90 60.32 SY 2007-2008 64.17 63.43 52.22 65.56 67.04 62.48 SY 2008-2009 83.67 92.25 80.33 80 75.58 82.37

The table above shows the school MPS NAT result is increasing this year from 62.48% to 82.37. All the subject areas met the mastery level of 75%. It connotes that teachers effort has gain positive result this plan after having their thorough review in all subject especially on the least earned competencies.

On the PHIL-IRI Result in English Silent
Grade Enrolment Pupil Tested Slow SPEED LEVEL Ave Fast COMPREHENSION LEVEL Frus Ins. Ind. Frus READING LEVEL Ins. Ind.

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T

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

I II III IV V VI Total Grand Total

1 9 1 2 1 6 1 4 1 8 1 5 9 4

22 13 12 11 12 17 87 181

17 11 14 14 17 15 88

21 13 12 11 12 15 84

8 3 10 3 5 7 36 71

9 2 1 0 2 6 6 3 5

7 4 4 9 10 6 40 75

8 7 2 7 4 7 3 5

2 4 0 2 2 2 12 26

4 4 0 2 2 2 1 4

10 5 10 11 10 7 53

13 7 4 9 11 6 50

5 3 2 3 3 6 22 48

7 5 4 2 1 7 2 6

2 3 2 0 3 2 13 21

1 1 4 0 0 2 8

10 5 10 11 10 7 53 103

13 7 4 9 11 6 50

5 3 2 2 3 6 22 48

7 5 4 3 1 7 2 6

2 3 2 2 3 2 13 21

1 1 4 0 0 2 8

172

103

The above data revealed that 48% belongs to frustration level readers, 39% belongs to instructional level. Only 13% belongs to independents levels. It shows that there is a need for remedial class for those pupils under frustration level to enhance On the PHIL-IRI Result in Filipino Silent (Post 2009)
Grade Enrolment
M f T

Pupil Tested Slow
M F M F

SPEED LEVEL Ave
M F

COMPREHENSION LEVEL Fast
M F M

READING LEVEL Frus
F M F M

Frus
F M

Ins.
F M

Ind. 7 0 4 2 3 1 1 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Ins.
F M

Ind.
F

I II III IV V VI Total Grand Total

1 9 1 2 1 6 1 4 1 8 1 5 9 4

22 13 12 11 12 17 87 181

17 11 14 14 17 15 88

21 13 12 11 12 15 84

17 8 10 14 15 13 77 154

2 1 9 1 2 1 1 9 1 5 7 7

0 3 4 0 2 2 11 18

0 4 0 0 3 0 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

15 9 8 12 15 13 72

14 13 8 9 9 14 67

2 2 6 2 2 2 16 33

15 9 8 12 15 13 72 139

14 13 8 9 9 14 67

2 2 6 2 2 2 16 33

7 0 4 2 3 1 1 7

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0

172

139

Out of 172 pupils tested in Filipino Silent 19% or 33 pupils belongs to instructional level readers, 81% or 139 pupils belongs to frustration levels. The data revealed that there is a need to enhance remedial class for those pupils under the frustration level. On the PHIL-IRI Result in Filipino Oral Test (Post S.Y. 2009) Grade Enrolment Pupil READING LEVEL 12

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Tested M I II III IV V VI Total Grand Total 19 12 16 14 18 15 94 181 F 22 13 12 11 12 17 87 M 17 11 14 14 17 15 88 172 F 21 13 12 11 12 15 84 Frustration M 6 1 7 4 8 10 36 67 F 9 2 6 2 7 5 31 Instructiona l M 6 7 3 10 8 5 39 76 F 8 6 5 9 5 4 37 Independent M 5 3 4 0 1 0 13 29 F 4 5 1 0 0 6 15

Out of 172 pupils tested in Filipino-oral 29 or 17% belongs to independent level, 76 or 44% belongs to instructional and 67% or 39 pupils belongs to frustration level. The data revealed that there is also a need for remedial class and follow-up reading at home for those pupils belong to frustration level.
10 5 10 0 6 7 5 0 0 Ora R ding l ea S ilent R ding ea 19 3

7 6 3 3 2 9

0 0 0 F rustra tion Instructiona Independen Not R dy l ea 6 7 19 3 7 6 3 3 2 9 0 0 0

Results revealed that 44% of the pupils belong to Instructional Level. There is an need to enhanced remedial class for those pupils under the frustration level.

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Pretest Post Test

Not Ready 12 7 19 4 3 7

6 13

Ready 12 15

18 28

18 17

Total 19 18

37 35

6 9

Changes 5 1 12 2

Out of 37 grade I Entrants there were 18 pupils who are ready during the pretest examination. There were 19 pupils who do not undergone ECCD and reported as not ready. During the post test, only 35 grade I entrants took the test, ready is increased to 28 and decrease to 7 pupils who are not ready.
2 8 1 9 1 8 7

3 0 2 0 1 0 0 Not R dy ea R dy ea

Pre 1 9 1 8

Post 7 2 8

On the Co curricular Activities Our school support and fully implemented DepEd Project like Project DEAR, 30 minutes reading of any kinds of reading materials available in the classroom and it was done before classes started.

1.2. Performance Indicators

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The following comparative data reflects the over-all performance of the school for the school year 2006-07, 2007-2008, 2008-2009; Performance Indicators Cohort Survival Rate Drop-out Rate Repetition Rate Retention Rate Completion Rate Graduation Rate Failure Rate Promotion Rate Gross Enrolment 2006-07 47.73% 0 8.67% 106% 47.73% 100% 1.91% 93.57% 100% School Year 2007-2008 75% 0 2.11% 107% 75% 100% 2.28% 98.13% 100%

2008-2009 76.92% 0 5.85% 120% 76.95% 100% 4.17% 76.9 100%

2. INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS The school provided the teachers and pupils school supplies to utilize on making instructional materials. We have also big books, dictionary & science apparatus, funded by the MOOE and SBM grants. 2.a. School Equipment the school has no playground facilities, H.E./Industrial Art, Garden tools equipment. We have also science apparatuses, DVD player and speakers that was funded by the MOOE and SBM Funds.

2.b.

Textbooks English Existi ng 35 Gap s 0 Math Existi ng 0 Gap s 37 Science Existi ng 0 Gap s 0 Filipino Existi ng 0 Gap s 37 Makabayan Existi ng 30 Gap s 7

Grad Enrolme e nt Leve M F T l I 1 1 3 8 7 5

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II III IV V VI

1 3 1 2 1 4 1 1 1 5

1 2 1 2 1 2 1 3 9

2 5 2 4 2 6 2 4 2 4

25 24 26 24 24

0 0 0 0 0

15 10 10 16 17

10 14 16 8 8

0 0 10 18 14

0 24 16 6 10

6 15 15 15 21

19 14 11 11 3

27 24 26 24 15

0 0 0 0 9

When it regards to textbooks of pupils. English and Hekasi/Sibika achieve the ratio of 1:1 other subjects achieve the ratio of 1:3 2.c. Teaching Aids 5 of 5 teachers has a complete BEC Handbooks. But some of them are incomplete in lesson exemplars and teacher’s manual by learning areas.

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3. PERSONNEL PROFILE The profile of the teaching staff of the school is shown on the table below. Table 9. Profile of Teaching Staff
Sex Number of years in teaching Present position Educational Qualification 1st day of Service Status of Appointment Post Graduate studies Special Skills
cooking Dancing cooking farming cooking souvenir making & decoration

Date of Birth

Age

NAME OF TEACHER

1. Margie N. Batoy 2. Elsie L. Cariño 3. Antonio C. Cuevas 4. Candy M. Tejol 5. Angelie V. Colandog

F

12-23-81

27

T-1

Perm.

1-20-09

6 mos

BEED

None

Filipino

F

11-10-70

38

T-1

Perm.

2-7-06

3 yrs.

BSBiology

M.A.

English/ Math

M

10-5-67

42

T-1

Perm.

2-1-04

5 yrs.

BEED

None

Math/Fi lipino

F

2-23-81

28

T-1/SIC

Perm.

10-1-04

4 yrs.

BEED

None

H.E.

F

7-3-82

27

T-1

Perm.

11-7-05

3 yrs.

BEED

None

Science & Health

Major

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4. PHYSICAL FACILITIES
Structure Instructional Rooms Usage Academic Classrooms Science Laboratory H.E I.A /Workshop Computer Rooms Not Currently Used Library Clinic Canteen School Head Office Stock/Property room Not Currently Used Desks Sets of Chair and table Arm Chairs Teacher Table/Chairs Balackboards Laboratory Table Laboratory Stools/Chairs Boys Girls Shared Boys Girls Shared Number of Items 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 78 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Conditions 3 Other needs repair PTA funded 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Other needs repair Other needs repair 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Non-Instructional Rooms

Furnitures

Toilets

Urinals

Water Facilities Fencing Electricity

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4.a.

Classrooms

Three of six classrooms are in good condition. Others needs repair due to termites attack. . 4.b. Workshop

No laboratory room to be utilize during workshop in Science, Home Economics and Industrial Arts. 4.c. Toilet and Bath Our school has zero toilet and bath. 4.d. Buildings

Number of Rooms Type of Building Bagong Lipunan FVR Principal’s led PTA Instructional Rooms 1 1 1 3 Non-Instructional Rooms 0 0 0 0 Life Span 10 Yrs. 10 15 3 Condition Needs repair Needs repair Needs repair Needs repairf

4.e.

Library The school has no library but each classroom has mini-libraries.

4.f.

Medical/Dental No medical and dental check up in our school.

4.g.

Laboratories The school has no laboratories 2 science. H.E. and Industrial Arts. . 19

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5. SCHOOL MANAGEMENT Instructional Supervision Classroom observation done monthly by the cluster head checking of lesson plan, FORM 137-E and 138. Resource Mobilization School intensifies in holding meeting monthly by PTCA, Brigada Eskwela, Program & Projects, SONA. Resource Allocation The school received allocation fund from DepEd, MOOE, SBM Grants, SBRMS. Management and Administration Almost 100% of the parents and LGU participated actively school activities like Brigada Eskwela, GPTCA meeting and TAGBO. It means school manage and administered very satisfactorily. B. QUALITY RELEVANCE b.1 Pupil’s Nutritional Status. Pupils Grade Enrolment Weighed M Grade I Grade II Grade III Grade IV Grade V Grade VI Total 19 22 16 14 18 15 94 F 22 13 12 11 12 17 87 M 17 11 14 14 17 15 88 F 21 13 12 11 12 15 84 Weight Body Mass Index ( BMI) Below Normal Above Normal Normal M F M F M F 4 3 6 4 1 3 21 2 2 1 3 1 1 10 13 9 8 10 16 12 68 19 11 11 8 11 14 74 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Out of 172 pupil’s weighed, 31 pupils or 76% belonged to below normal. Therefore, there is a need for supplemental feeding for those undernourished pupils. 20

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SCHOOL GOALS & OBJECTIVES
The goal and objective of quality education is an individual and a national one which is essential to the progress and development, an individual hope to advance in life aided by the kind of education one has just as the progress of a nation is dependent upon the kind of education he attained. Quality Education depends on the collective and collaborative effort of everyone in order to attain it.

School Goal Chart
Narrative Summary
Goal Improved Learners performance in Surigao del Norte Division Purpose: Increase Pupils performance in Elementary School Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs)
Improve Learner Performance in School Means of Verification (MOVs)

Importan t Assumpti ons

1. Increased of 2 points of the Over All Grade VI NAT Result from 82.37% to 87.73% by 2012
Baselin e 2008N AT Y-1 Y-2 Y-3

Official NAT Result

NETRC Administer ed Test

84.0 85.6 87.31 1 6 2. Increased of 2 points of Grade VI NAT Performance in different Subject Areas. Subjec t
English Science Math Filipino Makaba yan

82.37

Official NAT Result

NETRC Administer ed Test

Baseli ne 200 8
83.67 80.33 92.25 80 75.58

Y-1

Y-2

Y-3

85.3 4 81.9 4 94.1 81.6 77.0 9

87.0 1 83.5 0 95.9 5 83.2 78.6

88.6 8 85.1 6 97.8 84.8 80.1 1

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3. Increased of 2 points of the Over All Grade III NAT Result from 81.2% to 84.2% by 2012
Baseli ne 2008N AT Y-1 Y-2 Y-3

Official NAT Result

NETRC Administer ed Test

81.20

81.9 9

83.4 3

84.82 Official NAT Result NETRC Administer ed Test

4. Increased of 2% of grade 3 NAT Performance in difference subject areas from 81.20 to 84.82 by 2009

Subjec t
English Read Fil. Read Eng. Grammar Fil. Grammar Science Math Over all

Baseli ne 200 8
87.31 68.85 65 79.23 85.39 97.44 81.20

Y-1

Y-2

Y-3

89.0 6 70.2 3 66.3 0 80.8 1 87.1 0 98.4 11 81.9 9

90. 81 71. 61 67. 60 82. 39 88. 81 99. 38 83. 43

92. 56 72. 99 68. 90 83. 97 90. 52 100 84. 82

Narrative Summary

Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs)
5. Increased the number of Independent Readers.
Readi ng Level Indep . Inst. Frust. Baseline 2008 En Fi g. l. 22 2 9 67 7 6 83 6 7 Y-1 E . 2 7 7 8 7 3 F 3 4 8 1 5 7 E . 3 2 7 7 6 3 Y-2 F 3 9 8 6 4 7 E 3 1 8 8 5 3 Y-3 F 4 4 9 1 3 7

Means of Verification (MOVs)

Importan t Assumpti ons
District Reading Audit Team conducted Reading Test.

Phil IRI Post Test Result

PURPOSE 2. To improve participation rate

2.1 2.1 Improve the participation rate by ___% from _____% to ____by 2012 Particip Baseli ation nes Rate 2008

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Contributory Objectives I. Provision of Access A. PERSONNEL 1. Hired competent Teaching Personnel.

2. Upgraded Teaching Position of Teachers
Teaching Position Master Teacher Teacher III Teacher II Teacher I Y-1 0 0 0 0 Y-2 0 0 Y3 0 0 Total 0 0

Appointment & Advise Order

0
5

0 0

0 1

0 0

0 0 NOSI

Upgrading is linked to DepEd District, Division & Region Office Upgrading is linked to DepEd Division Office

3. Upgraded STEP Increment of Teachers

2. Improved Physical Facilities and Environment of Learning

1. Constructed, Accepted & Turned Over the classroom building. Facilitie Y-1 Y-2 Y-3 T s Classroo 0 0 0 0 ms

Certificate of Acceptance & Completion

Narrative Summary

Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs)

Means of Verification (MOVs)

Importan t Assumpti ons

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2. Constructed, Repair, Renovated the following Facilities:
Facilities Reading Centers Office Canteen Nursery Herbal House Playground Fac. Exit gate Flag Pole Billboard School Stage Covered Court Y1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Y-2 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Y-3 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 T 3 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0

Official Receipts & Certificate of Completion

Constructi on is linked to PTA Fundraisin g, LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous People

3. Completion of School Perimeter Fence, Gates, Pathways and Plant Boxes. Facilitie s
Fence Pathways Plant Boxes

Official Receipts &

Y0
0 0 0

Y1
0 0 0

Y2
5 5 0

Y3
5 5 0

T
10 10 0

Certificate of Completion

Constructi on is linked to PTA Fundraisin g, LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous People Constructi on is linked to PTA Fundraisin g, LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous People and DepEd Renovatio n is linked to PTA Fundraisin g, LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous

4. Installation of New Electrical Wiring and Light Facilities. Facilit YYYYTot ies 0 1 2 3 al Wirin g& Light 0 3 1 0 4 Facilit ies 5. Renovated/ Repaired the following Facilities
Facilities Integrated Library, Clinic & Science Room Y1 0 Y2 0 Y3 0 Tot al 0

Official Receipts

Official Receipts

Classrooms Reading

1 3

2 0

3 0

6 3

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Centers School Stage

1

1

1

3

People and DepEd

6. Acquired the furniture facilities such as…
Furniture Desk Y1 0 Y2 10 Y3 10 Tot al 20

Delivery Receipts & Official Receipts

Arm Chair Table & Chairs Plastic Chairs

0 0 0

5 0 0

5 0 0

10 0 0 Official Receipts

7. Repainted the following…
Facilities School Bldg. Y1 All All Y2 All All Y3 All All Tot al All All

Roof

Acquisition is linked to PTA Fundraisin g LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous People and Deped Repainting is linked to PTA, LGU, Brgy. Council, Generous People and DepEd.

3. Improved Availability of Instructional and Learning materials

1. Procured, Delivered and Distributed the ff. textbooks to achieve the 1:1 Textbook pupils ratio. ENGLISH BOOKS.
Grad e I II III IV V VI TOTA L Y-0 35 25 24 26 24 24 158 Y-1 2 5 4 2 2 2 17 Y-2 3 5 4 1 2 2 17 Y-3 5 5 3 1 2 2 18 T 10 15 11 4 6 6 52

Inventory Reports Delivery Receipts

Procureme nt is linked to DepEd Supply

MATHEMATICS BOOKS
Grad e I II III IV V VI TOTA L Y-0 0 15 10 10 16 17 68 Y-1 15 10 14 4 8 81 21 Y-2 15 3 2 3 3 3 29 Y-3 15 5 5 3 5 5 28 T 35 18 21 22 16 16 128

Inventory Reports Delivery Receipts

Procureme nt is linked to DepEd Supply

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Science Grad e I II III IV V VI TOTA L

Books Y-0 Y-1 0 10 18 14 42 24 14 6 10 54

Y-2 3 3 5 6 17

Y-3 5 4 5 3 17

T 32 21 16 118 88 Procurement is linked to DepEd Supply Office

Inventory Reports Delivery Receipts

Filipino Books Grad Y-0 Y-1 e I 0 15 II 6 10 III 15 10 IV 15 5 V 15 5 VI 21 3 TOTA 72 48 L Makabayan Books Grad e I II III IV V VI TOTA L Y-0 30 27 24 26 24 15 147 Y-1 5 0 2 2 2 5 16

Y-2 15 9 4 5 5 5 43

Y-3 10 5 5 5 5 3 33

T 40 24 19 15 15 11 124 Inventory Reports Delivery Receipts

Procurement is linked to DepEd Supply Office

Y-2 2 0 2 2 2 5 13

Y-3 3 3 2 2 2 5 17

T 10 3 6 6 6 15 46

Inventory Reports Delivery Receipts

Procurement is linked to DepEd Supply Office

2. Procured the following Instructional supplies & materials. Material s Bond paper Cartolin a Manila Paper Pentil pen & Ink Colored Paper Envelop es Folders Tapes Fastene r Staple Wire Paste Comput Y-1 5 50 100 6 100 10 10 6 1 6 10 0 Y-2 2 50 100 6 100 10 10 6 1 6 10 0 Y-3 3 50 100 6 100 10 10 6 1 6 10 0 Total Official Receipts 10 150 300 18 300 30 30 18 3 18 30 0 Procurement is linked to DepEd MOOE/ SBM Grant

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er Ink Comput 0 0 0 0 er Cartridg e 3. Procurement of the following Learning Equipments. Equipments Ind. Arts Tools H. E. Equip. Science Equip. Math. Equip. Eng.& Fil. Equip. Makabayan Equi. Clinic Equip. Computer Set Sound System Laptop LCD Projector Digital Camera Garden Tools Television DVD Player Sports Equip. Library Equip. Y-1 2 2 10 1 20 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 Y-2 2 3 2 2 6 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 3 0 Y-3 1 1 2 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 Tota l 5 6 14 5 27 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 1 1 7 0 Official Receipts

Procurement is linked to DepEd MOOE/ SBM Grant, PTA Fundraising, Solicitation

Narrative Summary

Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs)

Means of Verification (MOVs)

Importan t Assumpti ons

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B. Quality & Relevance 1. Improved the Nutritional Status of Pupils

1.Improved the Health & Nutritional Status of Pupils
Nut. Status Below Normal M F Normal M F Above Normal M F Baseli ne 2008 21 10 68 74 0 0 Y-1 Y-2 Y-3

Nutritional Status Report
18 8 75 80 0 0 15 6 80 82 0 0 12 5 85 84 0 0

Health & Nutrition Program is linked To DepEd Medical Team and Rural Health Unit.

2. Improved Reading Comprehension Skills of Pupils both English and Filipino.

3. Improved Numeracy Skills of Pupils.

2. Weighing and Height Measurement 3. De worming 4. Feeding 5. UMDC 6. Vitamins Supplement 1. Conducted Phil IRI Pre and Post Test to all grade Level to determine the reading profile of pupils 2. Conducted Intensive Remedial Reading Program using Sight Words. 3. Conducted SReA to all Grade I Entrants to diagnose pupils’ readiness. 4. Implemented & participated activities on READ-A-THON. 5. Joined and participated Filipino Timpalak 6. Participated Journalism both English and Filipino. 1. Conducted and Participated Math Saturday Class. 2. Participated Math Challenge and Festival. 3. Mastered the multiplication table.

Phil IRI Forms Class Program & Lesson Plan SReA Forms Certificates and Awards

This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents

Certificates And Awards Class Recitation

This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents.

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4. Improved Scientific Skills of Pupils

1. Conducted Science Competency Enhancement 2. Participated Science Fair Activities/ Competition. 3. Conducted Nutrition Activity and integrated nutrition lessons.

Class Program Certificates And Awards

This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents

Narrative Summary 5. Improved Arts, P.E. and Life Skills in Makabayan of pupils.

Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs) Participated Poster Slogan/Contest 2. Participated the Unit, Division, Regional and National Athletic meet. 3. Participated the STEP Skills Competition in Division, Region and National Level. 1. Conducted Seminar Workshop on Teaches Code of Ethics, Preparation of Strategic Intervention Materials in Reading both English and Filipino based on TNA and Least Learned Skills and the use of appropriate Reading Strategies. 1. Accommodated NEPP Mentoring Implemented 30 Minutes Reading to Learn Program before academic class begins 1.

Means of Verification (MOVs) Certificates And Awards

Important Assumptio ns This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents

6. Improved the Subject knowledge/Teaching Skills and Attitudes of Teachers.

Training Matrix And Attendance Sheet

Form 178 CLASS PROGRAM This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents

7. Implemented Learning Management Program. 8. Recognized Meritorious Learners and Stakeholders

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Conducted recognition to meritorious pupils and stakeholders to sustain love of study and support during Convocation Programs.

PROGRAM

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C. School Management 1. Effective School Management and Administration implemented

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2. Intensified Instructional Supervision

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Organized the following groups; a. School Governing Council b. Faculty Club c. Pupils Supreme Government d. Subject Clubs e. Committees Conducted the following; a. Classroom Observation b. Checking of Lesson Plan c. Mentoring d. Mobilize Master Teacher for Lesson Demonstration.

Directory and List of Officials

This program is linked to the Teachers, School Head and Parents

Form 178

3.Intensify the School Testing Program

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4. Intensified Stakeholders Participation through Resource Mobilization Effort

Conducted the following a. Preparation of Training Matrix b. Training for authentic Testing c. Workshop proper d. Validation e. Reproduction 1. Conducted the following; a. Quarterly GPTA meeting b. Parents Day c. Brigada Eskwela d. State of the School Address e. Transparency by presenting Financial Statement.

TEST PAPERS

This program is linked to the School Head, PSDS, Monitoring Supervisor This program is linked to the School Head, PSDS, Monitoring Supervisor This program is linked to the School Head, Parents and other Stakeholder s

Minutes and Attendance Sheet

SCHOOL PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS
The following analysis done during the Pair-wise method, indicate the items that have been decided to be the critical areas that our school needs to focus in this SIP. Area:
Priority Improvement Areas 1. NAT Over-All Results Suggested Interventions Saturday Class Review Daily Class Observation/ Mentoring 30 Minutes Reading to Learn Program Needs fund/solicitation

2. Instructional Supervision to teachers and pupils. 3. Reading Comprehension of Pupils 4. Procurement of School Equipment

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Area:
Priority Improvement Areas 1. Instructional Materials , Books and Equipments Physical Facilities/ Classrooms , etc. Suggested Interventions Procurement, Recycled, Indigenous Updated BEIS Reporting Solicitation/ Meeting Needs fund in diff. agencies.

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3. Stakeholders Assistance 4. Connection of electricity in every classroom

PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS Personnel Learning Materials Personnel Objectives Personnel Objectives 1 out of 5 teachers Hired 1 regular Textbook ratio in all Purchased and handling teacher to split subjects areas in all procured the combination classes multigrade classes grade levels is 1:2 textbooks to into monograde ratio which is below achieved the ratio of the planning of 1:1 1:1 per pupil 0 industrial art tools Purchased 2 sets of industrial tools 31

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Incomplete home economics equipments 0 English and Filipino Equipment 0 Makabayan equipment 0 television set 0 computer set 0 sport equipment

Purchased 2 sets H.E. Equipment Purchased 2 sets of English and 2 sets Filipino equipments Purchased 1 makabayan equipment Purchased 1 television set Purchased 1 computer Purchased 2 sets sport equipment

PHYSICAL FACILITIES/ANCILLARY SERVICES Streams Objectives 3 dilapidated classroom PTA Funded Constructed 3 classroom O playground facilities Purchased/ 1 set playground facilities 0 school fence ¼ of the school be fence constructed 0 cemented school pathway At least 5 meters. Cemented pathway done yearly 0 urinal shared by boys & girls Constructed 6 communal CR’s for boys and Girls 0 standard wiring installation and lighting 100% installed the standard lightning facilities facilities of the school. QUALITY AND RELEVANCE PUPILS PERFORMANCE Streams Objectives Over-all MPS NAT is 82.47 which is Increase MPS NAT result by 2% by year above the national standard result Out of 172 pupils 82 belongs to Decreased number of frustration readers. frustration level 32

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CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION/INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY Streams Objectives 5 out of 5 teachers have difficulty in Attend INSET training to all teachers in all integrating Science, Math & Makabayan subject areas 5 out of 5 teachers supported and Sustain the number of teacher implemented implemented DepEd Programs and DepEd programs and projects Project STAFF DEVELOPMENT Streams Objectives 1 out 5 teachers earned M.A. units 5 out of 5 teachers has earned M.A. Units 5 out of 5 teachers had participated Increased the number of teachers scouting activities participation in scouting activities 0 out of 5 teachers not attended regional Increased the number of teacher attended and national seminars/training regional and national training & seminars. 2 out of 5 teachers are computer literate Increase the no. of computer literate teachers OTHERS Streams Objectives Out of 172 pupils belongs to Zero malnourished pupils August school undernourished pupils feeding

SCHOOL MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION STAKEHOLDERS PARTICIPATION Streams Objectives 100% of the parents participated during Sustained 100% parents participation Brigada Eskwela. during Brigada Eskwela 100% of the school organizations for Increased the no. of parents participation on pupils, teachers and community are GPTCA, HRPTCA assembly. organized but some of them not actively functional INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION Streams Objectives School heads monitor, supervised and Increased no of times in monitoring and observe teachers atleast once a month supervising 5 teachers at least twice a month 0 instructional supervision by TIC Peer coaching is enhanced. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION Streams Objectives Received 2,400 from Division MOOE Increased the amount received from the 33

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Div. MOOE Only 20,000 received from the SBM Fund Increased the amount received from the SBM Fund. Only 50,000 received from the SBMRS Increased the amount received from the Fund SBRMS Fund OTHERS Streams Objectives 0 school land title Asked assistance from MLGU, Municipal accessories from School land titling. 0 instructional supervision by TIC Peer coaching is enhanced.

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