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Malobago Pagsang-an National School

San Roque District

2014 ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

CHERRY S. ABALON
School Head
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2014 ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT


Malobago Pagsang-an National High School

Introduction:
The school year 2014-2015 is still delightful and productive for Malobago National High School. It
is still tough and starving for its basic facilities like library and Science laboratory rooms, and other important
facilities which are beyond our control. The students as well as the teachers could hardly reach the school when
the heavy rain comes due to flood. In spite of these limitations, the school continues to maintain the standards
provided and expected in us by the Department of Education.
In our commitment to the Department of Education and to reach out the needs of its learners, it
implements K to 12 basic secondary education curriculums relevant to all students through innovative and
harvested strategies catered by hardworking and dedicated school head and teachers with the support of
stakeholders for the betterment of the learners in a child-friendly school.

This accomplishment report covers the achievement of the school in academic and non-academic
activities for CY 2014. The major thrusts that were given focus are the quantitative and qualitative information of
this school.

QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
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MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
TABLE 1: STATUS OF SCHOOLS PHYSICAL ACCOMPLISHMENT
CY 2014

Physical Output

Done

MOVs

STATUS
To be
On
done
going

IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES

MFO 1- Basic Education Services


Phase 2- Public Secondary Education

Increased enrolment of learners ages


12 15 years old in Grade 7-4th Year
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Strengthened advocacy on Early


Enrolment.
Coordinated with the different
stakeholders/PTAs in the advocacy
for the conduct of early enrolment.
Provided TA to teachers as to the
conduct of Early Enrolment
Conducted of early enrolment.

School Form 4
Fliers,
Banners,Sch.Form 4

Letter Request

Pictures

Pictures, Early Reg.


Forms

Transfer of residence

Close coordination
with the community.

Close coordination
with the district and
division office.

Strengthened Project NET/ BEST.


Strengthened No Collection
Policy.
Submitted enrolment report on time
to the district office.

Improved Learners Performance


- Strengthened intensive monitoring
and technical assistance to
teachers on curriculum
implementation.
- Monitored the identification of NAT
least learned skills, reading and
comprehension skills, etc.
- Provided learning modules to G-7
- Provided supplies to teachers

Pictures, Attendance,
Minutes of the
Meetings
Pictures, Narrative
Report
File Copy of Report
Received

Appraisal Forms 1-5


NAT Result, Appraisal
Forms 1-5, Phil-IRI
Result
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Maximum
engagement of the
teaching personnel w/
the students.

Needs focus
(overlapping of
activities)

Late delivery of books.

Close coordination
with the district &
division office.

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Requested 1:1 Textbook-student


ratio in all subject areas.
Distributed LMs in all learning areas
except in Eng.,Sci.,TLE &Values for
Grades 8 K to 12 BEC.
Provided testing materials for PhilIRI, Diagnostic Test, Post Test,&
Quarterly Test .
Requested Science lab. Equipment

Capacity building of teachers on the


test construction.

Conducted Clinical Supervision with


coaching and mentoring to

Delivery Receipts

Delivery Receipts

Distribution Lists

Delivery Receipts
Activity Matrix,
Attendance Sheets,
Certificate of
Appearance &
Participation

Dropped

Appraisal Forms 1-5

Maximum
engagement of the
teaching personnel w/
the students.

It was changed to RPMS


Orientation.

teachers.
Strengthened academic and nonacademic competitions in the
school, district, and division.
Monitored teachers on Time on
Task Policy.
Intensified RRE program.

Log Sheets

Pictures, Observation
Report

Observation Report

Facilitated the teachers in the


implementation of K to 12
Curriculum.
Increased the number of completers
in 4th Year
- Monitored & facilitated the different
PAPs implemented in the school.
- Monitored the school in the
implementation of DORP.

Certificate of
Recognition,
Appearance & TO/ITR

Provided TA on DORP.

Strengthened Functional PTAs in


every year level.

Strengthened Project NET/ BEST in


the barangay with the stakeholders.

Expanded the Essential Health Care


Program (EHCP) in the school.

Established Emergency Class


Programs in times of calamities/
disasters.

Pictures, Narrative
Report
Pictures, Narrative
Report

Close coordination
with stakeholders.

Activity Matrix
Pictures, Attendance,
Minutes of the
Meetings
Pictures, Attendance,
Minutes of the
Meetings
Pictures, Nutritional
Status Report

Class Programs

dropped

Advocacy campaign
on the good effect of
EHCP
Close coordination
with Municipal/
Barangay/ School/
District & Division

DRRMC
Phase 3- Alternative Learning Services
Percentage of the number of Out of
School Youth of covered barangays s
decreased from 45% to 35%
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SF4
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Enhanced/ Strengthened selection/


promotion/ rewards system.

Established operational research


program among teachers.
Encouraged teachers to attend
Trainings and Seminars.

Close coordination
with the PTA, Brgy.
Officials.

Maximum
engagement of the
teaching personnel w/
the students.
Motivation/
encouragement from
the school head.
Training on Action
Research Making is
limited to Master
Teachers only.
More teachers were
interested to attend
seminars

Early Enrolment Campaign

MFO 2- Education Governance


Increased number of teachers and the
school head to attend trainings and
seminars

Monitored teachers attendance in


trainings.

Increased number of teachers with MA


units
Enhanced Transparency Wall in the
school.

Certificate of
Recognition,
Appointment, Ranking

Action Research

TO, Certificate of
Appearance

Certificate of
Appearance

Permit to Study

Pictures

Transparency in all the


programs, projects
and activities
encouraged

stakeholders to help &


support the school in
all its undertakings.

Implemented Essential Health Care


Program (EHCP) in the school.

Implement SchoolFeeding Program.

Strengthened Gulayan sa Paaralan

Enhanced Implementation of NCBTSTSNA

Enhanced IPPD result

Strengthened the Implementation of


SMEA Technology
- Conducted SMEA.
- Provided TA in the conduct of SMEA
- Encouraged teachers and
stakeholders to attend SMEA
Strengthened SBM Implementation
- Conducted SBM assessment.
- Facilitated the teachers &
stakeholders in the conduct of SBM
Assessment.
- Provided TA in the conduct of SBM
Assessment.
- Validated the SBM Assessment
(level 1,2,3)

Pictures

Pictures, Narrative
Report
Pictures, Narrative
Report
Pictures, NCBTS-TSNA
Result

IPPD Result

Dropped

Lack of Funds

Training/ Seminars
conducted by the
Division/ School is
based on the
programs that need to
be implemented,
sometimes not on the
teachers needs.

Close coordination
with stakeholders.
Reorientation of SH &
Teachers in the
conduct of SMEA is
needed.

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SMEA/ M & E Result


SMEA/ M & E Result

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Attendance, Pictures

Pictures, Reports

SBM Assessment Tool

SBM Assessment Tool

SBM Assessment Tool

Reorientation of SH &
Teachers in the
conduct of SBM
assessment is
needed.

Conducted review of SIP.

Facilitated the crafting of AIP.

Enhanced Brigada Eskwela


Implementation
- Coordinated with teachers, PTA and
other stakeholders on the
implementation of Brigada Eskwela.
-

Implemented Brigada Eskwela.

Provided TA on the implementation


of Brigada Eskwela.
Proper utilization of MOOE and other
school funds
- Coordinated w/ the division office
on MOOE.
- Utilized properly the MOOE and
other school funds.
Improved utilization of SEF & other
funds
- Coordinated with the LGU on
Special Education Fund.
- Facilitated the preparation of SEF
Work & Financial Plan.
- Coordinated with teachers on the
utilization of SEF.
Titling of School Sites
- Coordinated w/ the Division Office &
other agencies on school sites
titling.
Improved Schools Physical

SIP, Attendance,
Pictures
AIP, Attendance,
Pictures

Letter Request, Fliers,


Banner
Pictures, Narrative
Report, Attendance
Pictures, Narrative
Report, Attendance

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Liquidation Report

Deed of Sale, Tax


Declaration, Sch.
Panoramic View

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Close coordination
with stakeholders.

Good camaraderie
(symbiotic), strong
collaboration, and
trust among the staff.

Close coordination
with the district office
& Municipal Local
Government Unit
(MLGU).

Close coordination
with the district &
division office.

Purchase Request

Close coordination
with the district &
division office.

Certificate of
Appearance

Certificate of
Appearance
SEF Work & Financial
Plan

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Environment
- Facilitated in the improvement of
Pictures
Physical Environment.
- Requested for repair of 1 classroom.
Pictures
- Requested 2 panels concrete
Pictures
perimeter fence.
- Requested concrete hand washing
facility.
- Procured marching band
instruments.
- Requested for repainting of roofing
Pictures
and walling of school buildings.
- Requested for repainting of school
Pictures
fence and gate.
Equitable distribution of resources
- Facilitated in the deployment and
Ranking, SO,
promotion of the teachers in the
Appointments
school.
- Facilitated the distribution of
Delivery Receipts,
facilities and equipment in the
Distribution Lists
school.
Improved Schools atmosphere
- Organized School Grievance
School Grievance
Committee.
Committee
- Organized School Child Protection
List of Child Protection
Policy
Officers
- Facilitated the settling of disputes
among teachers, and other
Interview Report
stakeholders.
LOCALLY-INITIATED PROGRAMAS AND PROJECTS
Action Research
Improved Research Program in schools
- Implement research program.
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Close coordination
with stakeholders.

Lack of funds.

Close coordination
with stakeholders.

Close coordination
with the district &
division office.

Good camaraderie
(symbiotic), strong
collaboration, and
trust among the staff.

Training on Action
Research Making is

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DROPPE
D
DROPPE
D

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DROPPE
D

limited to Master
Teachers only.

School Festival of Talents in Science


&Math Education
- Encouraged teachers & Students to
participate in the School, District &
Division Festival of Talents
-

Facilitated the Teachers & Students


in participating to the School,
District & Division Festival of Talents

LEAP Session Program


- Conducted LEAP sessions in the
school.
Project HEART: Annual Medical
Examination of Teachers & Employees
- Encouraged teachers to undergo
Annual Medical Exam.
- Facilitated Teachers undergoing
Med. Exam.
Strengthened Disaster Risk Reduction
Management Program
- Conducted Disaster Risk Reduction
Management Program
Strengthened Solid Waste
Management Program
- Implemented Solid Waste
Management Program

Certificate of
Recognition,
Participation &
Appearance
Certificate of
Recognition,
Participation &
Appearance

Registration Fees for


coaches and
contestants has no
official receipts.

Overlapping of
activities

Some teachers are


hesitant to undergo
medical check-up

Close coordination
with the Municipal/
Barangay/ School
/District & Division
DRRMC for their
assistance.
Close coordination
with the Health and
Sanitation Unit of the
Municipality/

Activity Matrix,
Attendance

DROPPED

Medical Card

Medical Card

Pictures, Attendance

Pictures

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Strengthened GAD implementation

Tree Planting Program


- Implemented Tree Planting
Program

Attendance

Pictures

MFO 3 Regulatory Development Services


Improve networking and partnership

Conduct of GPTA Assemblies, Board


Meetings and Homeroom PTA
meetings
Installation of Transparency Board

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Barangay.
Needs support from
the higher authorities
for effective
implementation.
Close coordination
with stakeholders.

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
TABLE 1-A

STATUS OF SCHOOLS ACCOMPLISHMENT


CY 2014

TARGETS

PHYSICAL
ACCOMPLISHMENTS

% OF
ACCOMPLISHMENT

No. of Planned
Outputs from Jan.
to Dec.2014

No. of Outputs
Achieved to Date

Physical
Accomplishments
Targets x 100

A. MFO 1- Basic Education Services

100%

B. MFO 2- Education Governance


C. MFO 3 Regulatory Development
Services

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20

80%

100%

TOTAL

86

83

93.33%

PHYSICAL OUTPUTS

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONALHIGH SCHOOL

QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
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TABLE 1-C: STATUS OF SCHOOLS BALANCES


CY 2014

UNACCOMPLISHED
OUTPUTS

PHYSICAL OUTPUTS

REASONS FOR THE


BALANCE

STATUS OF THE BALANCE


TO DATE

A. MFO 1- Basic Education Services


Requested 1:1 Textbook-s ratio
in all subject areas.
Developed/ distributed
localized learning materials.

Late delivery of books.

Needs focus
(overlapping of
activities).

On going
Dropped (To be done)

B. MFO 2- Education Governance

Established operational
research program among
teachers.

Training on Action
Research Making is
limited to Master
Teachers only.
Overlapping of
activities.

On going

Insufficient of Funds

Dropped (To be done)

Lack of Funds

Dropped (To be done)

Overlapping of
activities.

Dropped (To be done)

Lack of Funds

Dropped (To be done)

Implement School Feeding


Program
Procured marching band
instrument
Conducted LEAP sessions in
the school.
Requested concrete hand
washing facility.
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C. MFO 3 Regulatory Development Services


NONE

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUANTITATIVE INFORMATION
TABLE 1- F: SCHOOLS VALUE-ADDED CONTRIBUTIONS
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CY 2014

Physical Output

Value-Added Contributions

MFO 1- Basic Education Services


3. Learning Materials & Equipment
3.1Workbooks/ Learning
Materials
3.2 Learning Equipment

4.Physical & Ancillary Services

Reasons for Achieving


Them

Provided reading materials for reading clinic.

Received instructional materials from Plan


Philippines.

Requested 4-panels of perimeter fence.


Constructed temporary Science Lab. Room

Coordination with the


district property custodian.
Requested Plan Philippines
to donate materials for
instruction.
Donations
MOOE Allocation

Relieving Teacher designated as Reading


Teacher.

To zero-out non-readers

Teachers and SH served as speakers during


the BIAAG Campaign and Child Protection
Policy Orientation.

Closed coordination with the


Plan Philippines.

MFO 2- Education Governance


1. Curriculum Implementation
Instructional Delivery
2. Staff Development

&

MFO 3 Regulatory Development


Services
NONE

NONE

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NONE

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION
(ISSUES)

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL SCHOOL

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION
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CATEGORIZING/ CLASSIFYING ISSUES AND PROPOSING RESOLUTIONS


CY 2014

CATEGORY ISSUES

TECHNICAL

INSTITUTIONAL

FINANCIAL

MARK / IF WITHIN THE


SCHOOL/DISTRICT CONTROL
AND X IF BEYOND CONTROL

Additional T & D
staff for ICT-related
concerns.
Needs TA for
NCBSSH of Division
T & D Team
Needs additional
staff (Clerk &
Utility)
Unaccomplished
deliverables due to
excessive trainings/
seminars.
Overlapping of
activities especially
on cluster/ area
festival of talents.

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Needs the following


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Request TA from higher


authorities.
Request TA from higher
authorities.

Request for additional


personnel.

Reschedule unaccomplished
outputs to next quarter.

Pre-planning conference for


school heads with the division
coordinators.

Plan for PTA fund raising activity


that will not affect classes and
school related-activities.

Limited GPTA fund


raising activity.

PROPOSED RESOLUTION IF
WITHIN SCHOOLS CONTROL/
PROPOSED RESOLUTION OR
ACTION SOUGHT FROM
MANAGEMENT IF BEYOND
SCHOOL CONTROL


POLITICAL

ENVIRONMENTAL/
INFRASTRUCTURE

SOCIAL

GENDER

equipment: LCD,
copying machine,
computer and
printer.
Low participation
from the
community because
of overlapping of
activities & lack of
funds.
Needs additional
document storage
or School Office.
Provision of miniparks for every
subject.
Send teachers to
training conducted
by the division or
even regional &
national level.
Needs team/
capacity building.
Needs
benchmarking.
Teachers/ School
Heads need training
on gender
sensitivity or
Gender &
Development

Request Division Management &


other Stakeholders.

Proper orientation on the duties


& responsibilities.

Request Division Management &


other Stakeholders

Request for establishment of


mini-parks.

Request TA from higher


authorities

Request TA from higher


authorities
Request TA from higher
authorities

x
/

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Request TA from higher


authorities

(GAD).

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION

ISSUES AND RESOLUTIONS BY CATEGORIES


CY 2014
Categories of Issues

Issues Within
the Schools
Control

Greater demands for


some services vis-vis limited number of
personnel

Proposed
Resolution

Deploy a casual
employee

TECHNICAL

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Issues for
Attention of
Higher
Management/
External
Stakeholders

Proposed
Resolution of
Action Sought
from Management

Additional T & D staff


for ICT-related concerns

Request TA from higher


authorities

Needs TA for NCBSSH of


Division T & D Team

Request TA from higher


authorities

INSTITUTIONAL

FINANCIAL

POLITICAL

ENVIRONMENTAL/
INFRASTRUCTURE

Unaccomplished
deliverables due to
excessive trainings/
seminars.
Overlapping of
activities especially
on cluster/ area
festival of talents.
Limited GPTA fund
raising activity.
Needs the following
equipment: LCD,
copying machine,
computer and printer
Low participation
from the community
because of
overlapping of
activities & lack of
funds.
Provision of miniparks for every
subject.

Needs additional staff


(Clerk & Utility)

Request for additional


personnel

Needs additional
document storage or
School Office

Request Division
Management & other
Stakeholders

Reschedule
unaccomplished
outputs to next
quarter
Pre-monitoring
conference for school
heads with the
division coordinators.
Plan for PTA fund
raising activity that
will not affect classes
and school relatedactivities.
Request Division
Management & other
Stakeholders.

Proper orientation on
the duties &
responsibilities.

Suggest for
establishment of
mini-parks.

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SOCIAL

Send teachers to
training conducted by
the division or even
regional & national
level.
Needs team/ capacity
building.
Needs benchmarking.

Request TA from
higher authorities
Request TA from
higher authorities
Request TA from
higher authorities
Teachers/ School Heads
need training on gender
sensitivity or Gender &
Development (GAD).

GENDER

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Request TA from higher


authorities

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION
(LESSON LEARNED)

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION

IDENTIFYING FACILITATING AND HINDERING FACTORS


CY 2014

PHYSICAL OUTPUT

FACILITATING FACTORS
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HINDERING FACTORS

MFO 1- Basic Education Services


MFO 2- Education Governance
MFO 3 Regulatory Development Services

The following are some factors


facilitated the accomplishments of
targets.
1. Good camaraderie (symbiotic),
strong collaboration, and trust
among the staff will give clear
directions.
2. Maximum engagement of the
teaching personnel.
3. Coordination among staff
facilitates successful operation
and on time submission of
reports.
4. First commitment, work attitude
and principle of harmonious
good. understanding were being
observed
5. Well planned and good
preparation as well as in the
implementation of programs/
projects.
6. Well-crafted resource packages
facilitated the successful
conduct of school activities.
7. Issued memorable on-time and
did constant follow-up.
8. Proper utilization of funds that
leads to the improvement of the
school.
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There are factors that had surfaced during


the conduct of last years SMEA w/c
hindered the accomplishment of the
targeted outputs such as:
1. Late submission of reports from the
teachers
due
to
conflicting
schedules.
2. Lack of personnel/ manpower which
delays
the
implementation
of
targets.
3. Unfocused and lack of coordination
between and among the school
personnel.
4. Other priority concerns.

MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION
LESSONS LEARNED JANUARY 2014 TO DECEMBER 2014
CY 2014

PHYSICAL OUTPUT

LESSONS LEARNED
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MFO 1- Basic Education Services


MFO 2- Education Governance
MFO 3 Regulatory Development Services

1. Ingredients for success:

Focus/ commitment

Flexibility

Patience

Intrapersonal/ interpersonal relationship

Proper channelling of communications


2. School activities should be properly documented.
3. Scheduling of activities should be carefully considered to avoid conflict of
schedules.
4. Commitment and willingness to work beyond official hours lessen the
burden of work.
5. Interdependence between/ among personnel solves challenges.
6. We had the Holy Spirit, our companion, who helped us in achieving our
tasks.
7. Shared leadership, sound decision making and open mindedness lead to
the successful delivery of the tasks.
8. Multi-tasking and teamwork are the secrets of success in every endeavour.
9. Status of employment of personnel does not affect their dedication and
commitment for the success of all undertakings.
10.
There is a need for all the personnel to be updated with the financial
components of programs/ projects so that functional in-charge of these
programs/ projects shall be able to incorporate these funds into their work
planning (funds-based planning).
11.
Trainings not only capacitate the individual concern but also
motivate staff to perform better.
12.
Prompt submission of reports facilitates smooth coordination and
leads to successful delivery of the programs and projects.

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RECOMMENDATION
FOR
ADJUSTMENT

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MALOBAGO PAGSANG-AN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

QUALITATIVE INFORMATION

RECOMMENDATIONS
CY 2014
In the light of the reported physical outputs, issues and lessons learned presented during the conduct of
2014 School Monitoring, Evaluation and Adjustment (SMEA), the following recommendations were proposed:
1. Recommendation for Unaccomplished Outputs- All balances of the Physical Outputs for CY 2014 to be
carried over to the CY 2015.
2. Programs and projects must be coordinated by a team/ division not by a focal person so that information
must be accessible to all.
3. Transparency in school must be maintained..
4. Maximize the resources given by the division/ school.
5. Prepare catch-up activities to finish the deliverables.
6. Training of the newly hired teaching personnel.
7. Coordination with the stakeholders.

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