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SELFLESS LOVE GROUP
BSA - 2B S.Y. 2007-2008
Members: Bruneson Alabastro Ador Rey Peroy April Gem Balucanag Marie Yvonne Borromeo Claudette Gasendo Grace Janiola Antonette Kristie Lim Maria Jessa Noble Rom Jones Salva Ayn Marizz Yap
Mrs. Marilina Torio-Dayrit NSTP-CWTS Instructor
the teachers) Project Partner: Bruneson I. Davao City Nurturing Holistic Growth through Values Education of PHDCC-Mintal Children Participant Groups: There are 129 children as direct beneficiaries of the project with the entirety of the CSSD-Project Hope Day Care Centre community as indirect beneficiaries (i. Obrero. Davao City Project Period: Project Budget: Project Status: Maximum of 5 weeks P 3.e. 150. Tugbok District..00 New . Alabastro Selfless Love Group Leader #550 Loyola St.Summary of the Project Proposal Project Site: Project Name: Mintal.
Consequently. there is the holistic growth of the students. With the time constraint that the center faces with each session they may have in a day. First. due to the constraints faced by the institution with regard to work force.I. time and facilities. Second. 120 children that are of different age brackets who are all attending the classes offered by the Day Care. the proponents have come up with certain issues regarding their current situation. It is because of this that some valid teachings may not be applied well. the instructors would have a tendency to hurry their lessons to follow the daily tasks they need to accomplish in a given period. The proponents appreciate the efforts the instructor exerts to do her job well. They are sorted according to the level in which their age is appropriate. Having said this. the attention span and actualization of lessons learned (especially with regard to values) by the students may prove difficult given the aforementioned problems the institution faces. . Rationale: Project Hope Day Care Centre-Mintal is an institution that aims to aid the children of less fortunate residents of Mintal in their education and upbringing. Title: Nurturing Holistic Growth through Values Education of PHDCCMintal Children II. and attend classes according to allotted periods of the day to which they are scheduled. it may be difficult on the side of the institution to main the standard of instruction that is expected of it. However. more or less. The centre caters to. there is the number of students in each class.
Conduct catechetical sessions for children Provide educational materials related to religious and values education . The proponents also wish to give a fresh new perspective on their classroom environment as a place of not only academic excellence but also as a haven for values and holistic growth. Specifically. this program seeks to: i. ii. Thus. with full hearts that the proponents wishes to propose the project (Nurturing Holistic Growth through Values Education of PHDCC-Mintal Children) in dire hopes of wanting to aide these children in their spiritual growth moral upbringing. become better people in the future. so that. they may gradually grow as better people with strong moral foundations. Equipped with the proper attitude and outlook on these values. the proponents seek to complement the efforts of the people already around these children in weaving the moral fabric of their humanity.Project Hope Day Care Centre Mintal as well as to provide religious educational materials. the proponents wish to hone the potentials of these children at a young age to. hopefully. The various sessions that the proponents will be conducting would have inculcated into their minds a perspective in knowing the importance of these catechetical works and humanitarian duties.It is. III. therefore. Project Purpose and Objective: The general objective of this project is to provide basic catechetical education and activities for the children of CSSD .
IV. the groups should be able to: i. Educate children on how to utilize the religious and educational materials V. iv. Improve the classroom altar Teach the children basic prayers. DAY Activities and Strategies: TIME FRAME 8:00-8:30 8:30-8:45 8:45-11:00 PERSONS IN CHARGE Bruneson Alabastro Bruneson Alabastro & April Gem Balucanag RESOURCES NEEDED • • • • • • • • 11:00-11:30 COST ACTIVITY Travel Time Preparation TV-making Jan. 10 1 ream bond paper coloring pencils scissors empty box construction paper double-sided tape plastic cover cutter P1. proper execution of religious gestures. Produce and prepare religious and educational materials Conduct storytelling sessions that teach valid insights about values and facilitate sharing among students regarding their experiences iii. Expected Outputs: By the end of the project implementation phase.20 Homeward Bound . ii. and the importance of all of these practices v.279.
20 (accum.) 11:00-11:30 DAY Jan. 17 • • • • • • • • • Decoration Homeward Bound 10:30-11:00 Ador Rey Peroy • cartolina coloring pencils scissors metal rings construction paper double-sided tape plastic cover cutter completed materials altar decorations P1.479. 24 ACTIVITY Travel Time Preparation Story-telling Art Activities Clean-up Homeward Bound TIME FRAME 8:00-8:30 8:30-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:30 PERSONS IN CHARGE Bruneson Alabastro Marie Yvonne Borromeo Marie Yvonne Borromeo Bruneson Alabastro RESOURCES NEEDED COST completed books completed materials .DAY ACTIVITY Travel Time Preparation Book-making Signagemaking TIME FRAME 8:00-8:30 8:30-8:45 8:45-10:30 8:45-10:30 PERSONS IN CHARGE Bruneson Alabastro April Gem Balucanag Ayn Marizz Yap RESOURCES NEEDED COST Jan.
DAY Jan. Break Closing Ceremonies Clean-Up Homeward Bound TIME FRAME 8:00-8:30 8:30-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-10:15 10:15-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:30 PERSONS IN CHARGE Bruneson Alabastro Ador Rey Peroy & Yvonne Borromeo RESOURCES NEEDED COST Bruneson Alabastro Bruneson Alabastro . 31 ACTIVITY Travel Time Preparation TV-watching Mentoring Sessions Clean-up Homeward Bound TIME FRAME 8:00-8:30 8:30-9:00 9:00-10:00 10:00-10:45 10:45-11:00 11:00-11:30 PERSONS IN CHARGE Bruneson Alabastro Marie Yvonne Borromeo Marie Yvonne Borromeo Bruneson Alabastro RESOURCES NEEDED COST completed TV DAY Feb. 7 ACTIVITY Travel Time Preparation Culmination Acts.
Lastly. but this may become problematic when they themselves choose not to participate during designated activities and programs made by the group for the proper utility of these said materials. not only the structure but also the instructors and students). It may be well and good that the group. Nevertheless. the group considers the participation of the association as a representative of the concerns of all parents as a critical artery of the project. the group deems to find the value of structural infrastructure of lesser priority vis-à-vis the actual learning experience and growth of the children. the association heavily hinted the proponents that their priorities were more on the expansion of the institution itself than on the components of the institution (i. assuming without conceding. First of.e. Important Assumptions: There are several factors in which the success of the project is gravely contingent upon. Moreover. the proponents consider the side of the students. Having this constraint may.VI. there is an issue regarding the participation of the parents’ association with the project. Although the proponents see a great importance in this as well. . During the interview phase. The PHDCC venue is very much limited in terms of its capacity to hold a number of children that may be needed to fully utilize the newly equipped resources of PHDCC and the activities that the group has drafted for the children and the entire PHDCC community (on the Culmination Day). there are concerns with regard to the environment of the Day Care. is successful at making and finishing the materials they may need for their class activities.
The proponents decided to delegate the work into specific tasks to appropriate members. limit the kind of learning that these students may have by not fully realizing the importance of the activities. They should also properly account the expenses and see to it that it will not be too much for the group’s budget. the Management and Documentation Committee’s duty is to handle the activities for the group’s actual project implementation. . The proponents created three committees that will focus on different areas of the project. videos or documents. They are also responsible in checking the necessary materials needed in each of the group’s activities in each of the sessions to come. the proponents expect that the tasks will be executed properly. This committee will be in charge of collecting the dues to the members. Having said this. They will focus particularly on the tasks during specific activities after the making of materials and provide schemes in which to execute those activities efficiently. Also.as well. Finally. Next is the logistics committee. which will be in charge of securing the materials to be used for the project. VII. in the event of excess money from the fund. This committee is also responsible in documenting the highlights of the project through pictures. A part of any organization’s success in achieving any goal is efficiency in management. Project Management: This project is not only important for the proponents. First is the Finance Committee. but most especially to the community. they are responsible in making sure that the groups maximizes its funds well to be able to given tokens at the end of implementation.
the group would have been able to make the signage. b.Project Committee Heads and Members Finance Committee Head: Ador Ray Peroy Member: Grace Janiola Logistics Committee Head: Bruneson Alabastro Members: Ayn Marizz Yap Antonette Lim Management and Documentation Committee Head: Marie Yvonne Borromeo Members: April Gem Balucanag Jessa Noble Rom Jones Salva Claudette Gasendo VIII. Project Monitoring and Evaluation The project will have been successful if we are able to meet the following conditions: a. .) On the first and second day of the project implementation.) The group would have been able to serve at least the simple majority of all children of CSSD-PHDCC Mintal (at least 65 of the total 129 children). books and other values education materials to be used and given to CSSD-PHDCC Mintal.
) The group would have been able to discuss basic values and/or religious lessons to the students and to interact with them through games and group sharing during the third and fourth sessions of the project implementation. on the day of the culmination. b. The children would have been able to realize the importance of the activity in building better relationships among their peers and mentors. their showcases of the lessons they have learned.c. a. which will be on February 7.) That on the last day of project implementation. teachers and parents of PHDCC. 2008. The teachers would have been able to see the potentials of nurturing their students with values education through proper guidance. The parents would have been able to appreciate the efforts of their children. the members of the group would have been able to teach the students how to use the different educational materials and gather lessons from them. e. . the group would have been able to organize a culminating activity involving the students.) During the third and fourth day of the project implementation. c. d.
95 135.00 Estimated Cost: 225.00 200.00 each) Metal Rings (P4.50 44.IX.00 70.00 per meter) ½ Illustration Board (P12.50 each) Plastic Cover (P12.150.479.95 each) Colored pencils (P120 per set) Glue (P35.80 Php 3.50 each) Bond Paper (1 ream) Cutter Construction paper (P13.00 189.00 Php 1.00 670.00 60.75 240.00 120.00 200.00 each) Altar Decoratives Total Estimated Cost Adjustments: Research and Printing Fund Petty Cash Fund Contingency Fund Total 800.00 90.50 per pad) Double-sided tape (P20.00 104. Budgetary Requirement: Resources needed: Cartolina (P7.20 .