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V.

Three Year Work Plan


Dimension
s

Objectives

Activities

Needed
Materials

Time Line
Y1

Y2

Amount Target
Y3

DepEd
MOEE Regular

PTA

I. Leadership
and
Governance
A.
Personal
Welfare

1 teacher
promoted to T2
and 1 teacher
promoted to
T3

- Submission and
assessment of papers for
promotion
-Accomplishment and
submission of
appointment papers
-Approval of
appointment

2. Issued
designation to
teachers with
ancillary services

-Acceptance of
designation
- Action plan

3. Improved
Teachers
Portfolio

- Keep
papers/documents in
order
- Upgrade and label
teachers portfolio
- Conduct portfolio

-Pertinent
papers for
promotions
-Appointment
papers

-File rack/
cabinets
-Documents of
teachers
activities

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

1000

1500

LGU

Others

assessment

4. Increased
pupils personal
target for
learning by 100%

B. Training
and
Development

1. 2 teachers
attended training
seminar on
teaching
strategies/techniq
ues/skills on art
of questioning/
ICT operation
2. Updated
Student Tracking
System
A. School Forms
B. Pupils
Portfolio
3. Improved
pupils
Performance by
100%

-Book Wizard Contest


-Spelling contest
-School Level quiz bee
-Home reading report
-Guard the Clock
program
- Attend
training/seminar/ on
teaching strategies/
techniques
- Surf internet
- Seek help from master
teachers
- Transfer of skills to
pupils
- document all pupils
activity

-Books
-School level
quiz bee
-Home reading
report

75%

95%

100%

-Certificate of
participation

1teach
er
promo
ted

1teache
r
promot
ed

2000

100%
update
d

100%
update
d

100%
update
d

2000

- Keep
papers/documents in
order

-Documentation
of pupils
activities

- conduct remedial
teaching and other
interventions
- Home visit

-Prepared IMs
-Documentation

100%

100%

100%

1500

-Computer set

-File rack/
cabinets

500

500

2000

C. Fund
Management

1. Transparent
management of
school MOOE

2. Intensification
of income
generating
project
a. Gulayan sa
paaralan
improved
b. School canteen
established
D.
Organization
of
Stakeholders

- 100% organized
stakeholders
A. Pupils
Organization
1. YES-O
2. SPGO
B. Parents and
Teachers
1. PTA
2. SGC

- Information
dissemination of MOOE
to stakeholders through
posting it on the
transparency board
- Financial report during
PTA/SGC meeting
- Liquidate papers
properly
-Utilization of Gulayan
sa Paaralan and school
canteen
-Accept donations and
gift

-Strict implementation
of rules and regulations
in not attending of
general or special
meetings and all school
activities
-Issuance of designation
to SGC, PTA, YES-O
and SPGO officials

Transparency
board
Bond papers
Monthly MOOE
budget

- seeds and
organic fertilizer
for the school
garden
- amount budget
for the operation
of school
canteen
-Maintenance
scheme
-PTA/SGC
Constitution and
By Laws
- Official
designation
papers

100%

100%

100%

1500

75%

85%

100%

1500

50%

75%

100%

5000

100%
organi
zed

100%
organi
zed

100%
organiz
ed

1000

E. Internal
Stakeholders
Participation

1. Teachers
ensured the
optimum and
holistic
development of
pupils by 100%
2. Improve pupils
involvement in
community
services
a. Barangay
Oplan Linis
b. Barangay
Youth
Organization
c. Community
Reforestation
Program

-Home visitation
-Individual mentoring

-schedule of
teachers home
visitation

100%
develo
ped

100%
develo
ped

100%
develo
ped

-Pupils will join the


Barangay Oplan Linis
-Pupils will participate
in any barangay youth
organization
-Pupils participate in
community reforestation
program

- TeachersPupils Action
Plan of activities

100%
impro
ved

100%
impro
ved

100%
improv
ed

3. Improve pupils
leadership
through active
participation
1. SPGO
Activities
2. YES-O
Activities
3. Church
Activities
a. Sunday
School
b. Bible
Study

Pupils given the


opportunity to join in the
following organizations
- SPGO
- YES-O
- Church Youth
membership

- TeachersPupils Action
Plan of activities

100%
impro
ved

100%
impro
ved

100%
improv
ed

500

1500

1500

F. External
Stakeholders

3. Improve Pupils
Participation
Rate

-Encourage the pupils to


participate in any sports
and academic festival

-action plan
-result of
academic
activities

75%

90%

100%

1.
Empowered
community
elders in the
teachinglearning
activities by
100%

-invite the community


elders as resource
speakers
* story telling
* dance instructor
* demo teacher in
playing the native
musical instrument

-action plan

75%

90%

100%

2000

500

300

300

1000

Dimensions

Objectives

Activities

Needed Materials
Y1

II. Curriculum
and Instruction
A.
Instructional
Supervision

1. Intensify
instructional
supervision based
on supervisory
plan at least
twice a month

-Conduct pre and


post conference, and
actual support
activities with
teacher
-School with the
teachers do the
following:
A. Job-embedded
learning
B. Study groups
C. Action Research
D. Peer Coaching
E. Mentoring
F. Case Studies
G. Conferencing
H. Clinical
Supervision
I. Walkthrough

-Basic tools for


instructional
supervision
-Instructional
Supervision Form I
*Pre-observation
information
-Instructional
Supervision Form 2
*Instructional Form
3A, B, C- Teacher
Observation Guide
-Instructional
Supervision Form 4
* STAR
observation
Technique

100%

Time Line
Y2
Y3

100%

100%

Amount Target
DepEd
PTA
LGU
MOEE Regular

Others

-School Head
Should follow the
following standards
for instructional
supervision
-democratic
supervision
-collegiality and
collaboration
-professional
development and
teacher support
-ethical teaching
-Inquiry and
reflective teaching
B. Curriculum
and Instruction

1. Strengthened
level of mastery
on curriculum
A. K to 12
Curriculum

B. IPed
Curriculum

-Implement K to 12
curriculum in all
learning areas and
processes giving
emphasize on
mother tonguebased multilingual
education (MTBMLE)
- Adopt appropriate
basic education
pedagogy, content,
and assessment
through the
integration of
Indigenous
Knowledge, System
and Practices

- K to 12
Curriculum Guide

75%

90%

100%

1500

-documented
customary law,
practices and
culture of the
community

75%

90%

100%

1000

2. Produced
printed test
materials based
on K to 12
curriculum in all
subjects
3. Increased
pupils awareness
and appreciation
of community
IKSPs

C.
Development of
IMs

1.
Produced/Procure
d IMs on IPed
and K to 12
curriculum

(IKSPs) of the
community in all
learning areas and
processes
-Assessment and
production of test
materials in all
subject based on
KPUP with table of
specification
-Document and
research activities,
the communitys
own history,
knowledge,
practices and other
aspects of cultural
heritage to be
included in lesson
processes
-Do pupils field trip
on local site and
historical places
-Community
immersion
-Planning/Designing
of IMs based on life
span,
appropriateness and
importance
-Consult master
teachers and fellow
teachers for the
planning of
procuring the IMs

- bond paper
- computer ink
- copier machine

75%

90%

100%

5000

- bond paper
-computer ink
-documented
community IKSPs
-Camera for
documentation of
activities

75%

90%

100%

1500

-cartolina
-bond paper
-computer ink
-glue
-plastic cover

75%

90%

100%

1500

3000

2000

2. Purchased
materials for the
production of
IMs

D. School
Assessment and
Evaluation
Testing

1.Improved
teachers
performance and
effectiveness

2. Installed
required
mechanism for
monitoring and
evaluation

-Assessment of
finished IMs
-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-Regular evaluation
of teachers
-Teachers portfolio
assessment
* Teachers ICRF
Result
* Portfolio
Evidences
- Teachers
participate in staff
development
activities and
utilizes KSAs
gained, trainings and
scholarships
-Installation of
school office
-data collection and
collation using the
M & E forms
-Analysis of data
-Utilization of data
for instruction,
remediation

-canvass form
-purchase of order
-official receipt

75%

90%

100%

5000

-Supervisory forms
-portfolio
evidences
-additional forms
-ICRF forms

75%

90%

100
%

1000

- Monitoring and
Evaluation Forms
-School records

100%

100%

100%

1000

E. Alternative
Delivery Mode

1. Utilized
human and
material
resources in the
curriculum
instruction and
delivery with the
stakeholders
- expertise of
human resources
- local site and
historical place

planning, INSET,
etc
-invite community
elders for story
telling
-do educational field
trip on local site and
historical site
-Invite parents who
are good in
carpentry, sewing,
cooking and etc
-do teaching
learning processes
outside the
classroom
-Encourage/motivate
volunteerism of
parents on teaching
values educational
class
-assist values
education volunteer
teacher

-Cooperation of
pupils and
community
-camera for
documentation

75%

90%

100%

500

Dimensions

Objectives

Activities

Needed Materials
Y1

Time Line
Y2
Y3

III.
Accountability
and Continuous
Improvement
A.
Performance
Indicator

Increased/Decre
ase/
Maintained
performance
Indicator

-Campaign for
enrolment
* Gotang para sa
Gotang
-Meet with the brgy.
Council with the PTA
president and present
the problem on
enrolment
-Request the barangay
for the possibility of an
ordinance for residents
to send their children to
Gotang Primary School
-Ordinance
preparation/Submission
and SB approval

-School head
-Teachers
- PTA President
-Barangay Council

75%

90%

100%

Amount Target
DepEd
PTA
LGU
MOE Regular
E

Others

B. NAT Results

Increased NAT
Achievement

C. Reading
Proficiency

Improved pupils
reading
proficiency

D. Health and
Nutritional
Status

1. Maintained
regular tooth
brushing and

-Prove to parents the


advantages of being in
Gotang Primary School
through their
performance
-Setting of target (based
on SIP/AIP)
* zero non-readers
* zero non-numerates
* MPS from baseline to
higher percent
* participation rate
from baseline to
standard
* completion rate from
baseline to 100%
-Orient parents/pupils
on NAT Results
-Present the plan for
remediation activity
-Conduct on the spot
test
-Awarding of highest
performer on the spot
test
-Conduct Oplan
Basa/Unawa
And home reading
-Conduct PHIL-IRI
-Speak English
campaign
-word wall
-Daily morning and
afternoon tooth
brushing and hand

- Books
-Cartolina
-Marker
-Prizes

75.1%

77%

79%

1000

-manila
-marker
-chart

75%

90%

100%

1000

-checklist
-bond paper
-toothpaste

100%

100%

100%

500

1000%

1500

hand washing

2.Maintained
normal health
status of pupils

3.
Improved/practi
ced proper
waste disposal

4.Purchased
dental kit

E. CoCurricular
Activities

1. Increased
pupils
participation
rate in co-

washing of pupils
* regular nail cutting
* teeth and hands
inspection
- Conduct supplemental
Feeding
* vitamins
supplemental
*deworming
* weighing
Prepare/Submit reports
of Health status with
documentation
-strict implementation
of Oplan Linis every
Mondays and Fridays
of the week
-procurement of trash
cans for waste
segregation
-recycle waste
materials and
application of waste
segregation
-Canvass on the prices
of dental kit/medicine
needs
-Order and purchase
-inspection
-liquidation
-Motivate pupils to join
co-curricular activities
by leading them
-involve the pupils in

- goods to cooked
-checklist
-supplementary
feeding

100%

100%

100%

-trashcans

100%

100%

100%

-liquidation form

100%

100%

100%

-persuasive power
-prizes

100%

100%

100%

3000

500

1500

1000

1500

curricular
activities

F. SBM
Assessment

Improved school
innovation
according to
SBM
principles/Dime
nsions
A. Leadership
and Governance
B. Curriculum
and Instruction
C.Accountabilit
y and
continuous
Improvement
D. Management
Resources

youth development
programs to develop
their skills and that
form positive
relationships with peer
and adults aid
* pupils participating in
community
reforestation
* pupils participation in
community Operation
Linis
* School participation
in barangay and
municipal celebration
* Apply award system
-School provide strong,
dynamic, innovative
and competent
leadership in promoting
and sustaining
Quality education
-Internal stakeholders
identify the schools
strengths, weaknesses,
threats and
opportunities necessary
in the agenda for school
improvement
-External stakeholders
help in generating
additional resources for
the formulation and
implementation of the
SIP

-Hard copy of the


School
Improvement Plan
based on the 4
Dimension of
SBM

100%

100%

100%

1000

Dimensions

IV. Management
resources
A. School Site
Ownership

B. Physical
Facilities

Objectives

Maintained
ownership of
school site
100%

1.
Procured/Install
ed/ Purchased
Physical
Facilities
A. School
signages
B. School back
gate
C. School
drainage

Activities

-furnish copy of
deed of donation to
the Sangguniang
Barangay of
Balintaugan
-Acknowledgement
of donor
-Tap
friends/LGUs/electe
d
Officials
-Adopt a school
program
-Tap someone
particularly an
engineer in the
community to
prepare the program
of work
-Meet with the
PTA/Barangay

Needed Materials

-documents

Y1

Time Line
Y2

Y3

100%

100%

100%

0%

100%

50%
Installed

75%
Installe
d

100%
Installe
d

50%
Installed

75%
Installe
d

100%
Installe
d

Amount Target
DepEd
PTA
LGU
MOE Regular
E

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts
Proposals/Resoluti
ons

3000
5000
7000

3000

Others

cemented
D. School
perimeter fence
E. Study shed
F. Others
6 faucets
6 Pad lock
5 meters
Extension wire

C. Class
room Structure

Improved
classroom
structure
1. Classroom
repainted
2. Improved
classroom
ventilation
- Purchased 8
electric bulb
3. Maintained

Council and present


the problem
-Organize
committees to
prepare
proposals/resolution
s
-send
proposals/resolution
s to funding
agencies
-Accept donations
-Implement project
-Tap
friends/LGUs/electe
d
Officials
-Adopt a school
program
-Tap someone
particularly an
engineer in the
community to
prepare the program
of work
-Meet with the
PTA/Barangay
Council and present
the problem
-Organize
committees to
prepare
proposals/resolution
s

50%
3

75%
3

100%
3

2
2
0

2
2
0

2
2
1

100%

0%

0%

4 pieces

2 pcs

2 pc

100%

100%

100%

3000
1500

1500

900
720
200

-Inspection
10000

2000

1000

D. Learning
Facilities and
Equipment

the good
condition of
tables and
chairs

-send
proposals/resolution
s to funding
agencies
-Accept donations
-Implement project

1. Purchased
Science
laboratory
apparatus/
equipment
a.1 Bunsen
burner
b.1 Petri dish
c.2 vials
d. 1Test tube
rack
e. 1 Mortar
and pestle
f.2 Stirring
rod
g. 2 Funnel
h.1 Filtering
Flask
i. 1 Test tube
brush
k. 1 Spatula
l.1 hammer
m.
1Evaporating
Dish
n. 3 Liquid
dropper

-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts
0

1500

0
0
1

1
2
1

0
0
0

200
150
1000

500

200

0
0

1
1

1
0

200
200

200

300

150

150

2. Purchased/
Procured/
Installed Sport
Equipment
a. 3 Badminton
sets
b. 2 Soccer balls
c. 1 Volleyball
set
d. 2 Volleyball
net post
e. 2 Basketball

-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-maintenance
scheme

3.
Purchased/Procu
red Math
Equipment
a. 3 Meter
sticks
b.2 Triangle
set
c. 10 pcs.
Protractors
d. 3 Compass
Pens
e.3 Shape
puzzles
4. Purchased/
Procured
Musical
Instrument and
equipment
a.2 Pitch pipes
b.6 Tambourine
c. 7 Abiw

-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-maintenance
scheme

-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts
1

2400

1
0

1
1

0
0

1600
800

1000

1 meter
Stick
1 set

1meter
Stick
1 set

1 meter
stick
0

300

5 pcs.

50

450

300

0
0
1

300
200

1500

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts

5 pcs.

300

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts
2
3
3

0
3
3

300

E. Office
Equipment

d. 1 DVD player

-maintenance
scheme

5. Reproduced
learner
materials,
worksheets/
activity sheets in
all subjects for
all grade level

- reproduce all
learners materials,
worksheets/activity
sheets in all subject
for all grade levels

- Cash
- official receipt
for the payment of
reproduced
materials

1.
Purchased/procu
red office
equipment
a. 1Computer
set
b.2 Table/
chairs set
c.2 Filing
cabinets
d.5 File racks
e. 1 Camera

-Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase of
Order

2. Purchase
Office Supplies
a.9 bond paper
long and 5 short
b.9 Folders
c.9 Envelopes
d.9 Fasteners
e.9 set of
Computer ink

Canvassing the
prices of materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased materials
-liquidation of
purchased materials
-maintenance

Kinder,
Gr. I,
Gr. II

Gr.III,
Gr,IV,
Gr. V

0
0

0
1

1 set
1

3000

3000

5
0

5
0

4500

3
3
3

3
3
3

3
3
3

1620
1600
350

10800

Gr. 6,

800

5000

5000

-Official receipts
25,000

750
3000

- Purchase of
Order
-Official receipts

F. Resource
Generation and
Management

f. 6 Paper clips
g. 6 pcs. glue
h. 1 calculator
i.2 stapler
j. 1 paper slicer
k. 2 Stamp pad

scheme

1. Conduct
inventory of
existing
furniture,
equipment and
other
educational
resources
annually

1. Secure forms
needed:
a. Forms for school
property damages
b. Forms for school
property losses
c. Forms for school
property transfer
d. Forms for existing
school properties

-Inventory forms
- Inspection forms

2. Conduct
inventory of existing
school furniture,
equipment and other
educational
resources annually
3.Submit school
inventory
2. Design
monitoring
forms or
instruments on
the utilization of
existing

-Prepare monitoring
forms ready for
requisitioning

-monitoring forms
and documents

2
2
0
1
0
1

2
2
1
1
1
1

2
2
0
0
0
0

100%
Conducte
d

100%
Conduct
ed

100%
Conduct
ed

100%
Conducte
d

100%
Conduct
ed

100%
Conduct
ed

100%
submitted

100%
submitte
d

100%
Submitte
d

100%
prepared

100%
prepared

100%
prepared

300
960
150
150
300
150

100

educational
facilities
3. Intensify
income
generating fund
a. Gulayan sa
paaralan
b. School
Canteen
c. Solicitation
d. Donation
G. Disaster Risk
Reduction

Reduced
disaster rate in
school by 100%

- Tap friends from


non-government
agencies/alumni
associations
* Make solicitation
* Send Solicitation
to funding agencies
* Operate Gulayan
sa Paaralan
* Establish canteen
generating fund
a. Conduct
earthquake drill

-Solicitation letter
-Maintenance cash
for the operation
of school garden
and canteen

100%
intensified

100%
intensifie
d

100%
intensifie
d

-human skills
-pupils
cooperation

100%
conducted

100%
conducte
d

100%
conducte
d

b. Inspection of
school buildings,
playground and
other facilities to
avoid any possible
accidents

-inspection form

100%
inspected

100%
Inspecte
d

100%
inspecte
d

c. Parents are
required to fetch
their children
( Kinder, Gr.1
Gr.3) during rainy
season especially

-parents and
pupils cooperation

100%
cooperati
on

100%
coopera
tion

100%
coopera
tion

500
5000

500

during thunderstorm
d. School medicine
kit is complete

-medicine kit

100%
complete

100%
complete

100%
complete

VI. ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN-Year 1


Priority
Improveme
nt

Objectiv
es

Activities

Resource
Requireme
nt

Time Frame

J
I. Leadership
and
Governance

A.
Personal
Welfare

1 teacher
promoted
to T2 and
1 teacher
promot
ed to
T3

Submission
and
assessment
of papers
for
promotion
Accomplis
hment and
submission
of
appointme
nt papers
-Approval

-Pertinent
papers for
promotions
Appointmen
t papers

Q1
F

Q2
M

Q3
A

Q4
N

Sources & Amount of Funds


DepED PTA LGU Other
s

2. Issued
designati
on to
teachers
with
ancillary
services
3.
Improved
Teachers
Portfolio

4.
Increased
pupils
personal
target for
leaving
by 75%

of
appointme
nt
Acceptance
of
designation
- Action
plan

- Keep
papers/doc
uments in
order
- Upgrade
and label
teachers
portfolio
- Conduct
portfolio
assessment
-Book
Wizard
Contest
-Spelling
contest
-School
Level quiz
bee
-Home
reading

-File rack/
cabinets

x x x

x xx xxx x

x x x

x xx xxx x

x x x

x xx xxx x

1000

1500

-Documents
of teachers
activities

-Books
-School
level quiz
bee
-Home
reading
report

500

500

report
-Guard
the Clock
program
B. Training
and
Developme
nt

1. 2
teachers
attended
training
seminar
on
teaching
strategies
/techniqu
es/skills
on art of
questioni
ng/
ICT
operation

- Attend
training/se
minar/ on
teaching
strategies/
techniques
- Surf
internet
- Seek help
from
master
teachers
- Transfer
of skills to
pupils

-Certificate
of
participation

2.
Updated
Student
Tracking
System
A.
School
Forms
B. Pupils
Portfolio

- document
all pupils
activity

-File rack/
cabinets

- Keep
papers/doc
uments in
order

x x xx xx xx xxx x

2000

x x x

2000

-Computer
set

Documentat
ion of pupils
activities

x xx xxx x

2000

3.
Improved
pupils
Performa
nce by
100%

C. Fund
Manageme
nt

1.
Transpar
ent
managem
ent of
school
MOOE

- conduct
remedial
teaching
and other
interventio
ns
- Home
visit
Informatio
n
disseminati
on of
MOOE to
stakeholder
s through
posting it
on the
transparenc
y board
- Financial
report
during
PTA/SGC
meeting
- Liquidate
papers
properly

-Prepared
IMs
Documentat
ion

x x x

x xx xxx x

Transparenc
y board
Bond papers
Monthly
MOOE
budget

X X X X X X X X X X X X

1500

1500

D.
Organizatio
n of
Stakeholders

2.
Intensific
ation of
income
generatin
g project
a.
Gulayan
sa
paaralan
improved
b. School
canteen
establish
ed

-Utilization
of Gulayan
sa Paaralan
and school
canteen
-Accept
donations
and gift

- 100%
organized
stakeholde
rs
A. Pupils
Organizati
on
1.
YES-O
2.

-Strict
implement
ation of
rules and
regulations
in not
attending
of general
or special

- seeds and
organic
fertilizer
for the
school
garden
- amount
budget for
the
operation of
school
canteen
Maintenanc
e scheme
-PTA/SGC
Constitution
and By
Laws
- Official
designation
papers

X X Xx x x x X x XX x

x x X

x xxx x

1000

1500

5000

1000

X X X
X X X

X XXX X
X XXX X

E. Internal
Stakeholders
Participation

SPGO
B. Parents
and
Teachers
1.
PTA
2.
SGC

meetings
and all
school
activities
-Issuance
of
designation
to SGC,
PTA, YESO and
SPGO
officials

1.
Teachers
ensured
the
optimum
and
holistic
developm
ent of
pupils by
100%
2.
Improve
pupils
involveme
nt in
communit
y services
a.
Barangay
Oplan
Linis
b.
Barangay

-Home
visitation
-Individual
mentoring

-schedule of
teachers
home
visitation

-Pupils will
join the
Barangay
Oplan
Linis
-Pupils will
participate
in any
barangay
youth
organizatio
n

- TeachersPupils
Action Plan
of activities

X X X
X X X

X XX XXX X
X XX XXX X

X X X

X XX XXX X

X X X

X XX XXX X

Youth
Organizati
on
c.
Communit
y
Reforestat
ion
Program

-Pupils
participate
in
community
reforestatio
n program

3.
Improve
pupils
leadershi
p through
active
participat
ion
1.
SPGO
Activities
2.
YES-O
Activities
3.
Church
Activities
a.
Sunday
School
b.
Bible
Study
3.
Improve
Pupils

Pupils
given the
opportunity
to join in
the
following
organizatio
ns
- SPGO
- YES-O
- Church
Youth
membershi
p

- TeachersPupils
Action Plan
of activities

-Encourage
the pupils
to

-action plan
-result of
academic

X X X

X XX XXX X

X X X
X X X

X XX XXX X
X XX XXX X

X X X

X XX XXX X

2000

1000

F. External
Stakeholders

Participat
ion Rate

participate
in any
sports and
academic
festival

activities

1.
Empow
ered
commu
nity
elders
in the
teachin
glearnin
g
activiti
es by
100%

-invite the
community
elders as
resource
speakers
* story
telling
* dance
instructor
* demo
teacher in
playing the
native
musical
instrument

-action plan

X X X

X X X X X X X

Priority
Improveme
nt

Object
ives

Activities

Resource
Requireme
nt

Time Frame

J
II.
Curriculum
and
Instruction
A.
Instruction
al
Supervision

1.
Intensif
y
instruct
ional
supervi
sion
based
on
supervi
sory
plan at

-Conduct
pre and
post
conference,
and actual
support
activities
with
teacher
-School
with the
teachers do

-Basic tools
for
instructional
supervision
Instructional
Supervision
Form I
*Preobservation
information
-

Q1
F

x x x

Q2
M

Q3
A S

Q4
N

x xx x x x x

Sources & Amount of Funds


DepED PTA
LGU
Others

least
twice a
month

the
following:
A. Jobembedded
learning
B. Study
groups
C. Action
Research
D. Peer
Coaching
E.
Mentoring
F. Case
Studies
G.
Conferenci
ng
H. Clinical
Supervisio
n
I.
Walkthroug
h
-School
Head
Should
follow the
following
standards
for
instruction
al
supervision

Instructional
Supervision
Form 2
*Instruction
al Form 3A,
B, CTeacher
Observation
Guide
Instructional
Supervision
Form 4
* STAR
observation
Technique

democratic
supervision
collegiality
and
collaborati
on
professiona
l
developme
nt and
teacher
support
-ethical
teaching
-Inquiry
and
reflective
teaching
B.
Curriculum
and
Instruction

1.
Strengt
hened
level of
master
y on
curricu
lum
A. K to
12
Curricu
lum

-Implement
K to 12
curriculum
in all
learning
areas and
processes
giving
emphasize
on mother
tongue-

- K to 12
Curriculum
Guide

X X X
documented
customary

X XX X X X X

B. IPed
Curricu
lum

2.
Produce
d
printed
test
material
s based
on K to

based
multilingua
l education
(MTBMLE)
- Adopt
appropriate
basic
education
pedagogy,
content,
and
assessment
through the
integration
of
Indigenous
Knowledge
, System
and
Practices
(IKSPs) of
the
community
in all
learning
areas and
processes
Assessmen
t and
production
of test
materials in
all subject

law,
practices
and culture
of the
community

- bond paper
- computer
ink
- copier
machine

X X X

X XX X X X X

x x x x x x xx x x x x

5000

12
curricul
um in
all
subjects

3.
Increas
ed
pupils
awaren
ess and
appreci
ation of
commu
nity
IKSPs

C.
Developme

1.
Produc

based on
KPUP with
table of
specificatio
n
-Document
and
research
activities,
the
community
s own
history,
knowledge,
practices
and other
aspects of
cultural
heritage to
be included
in lesson
processes
-Do pupils
field trip
on local
site and
historical
places
Communit
y
immersion
Planning/D

- bond paper
-computer
ink
documented
community
IKSPs
-Camera for
documentati
on of
activities

x x x x x x xx x x x x

1500

-cartolina
-bond paper

x x x x x x xx x x x x

1500

300

2000

nt of IMs

ed/Proc
ured
IMs
on IPed
and K
to 12
curricu
lum

2.
Purcha
sed
materia
ls for
the
product
ion of
IMs

esigning of
IMs based
on life
span,
appropriate
ness and
importance
-Consult
master
teachers
and fellow
teachers for
the
planning of
procuring
the IMs
Assessmen
t of
finished
IMs
Canvassing
the prices
of
materials
-purchase
the
materials
-inspection
of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of

-computer
ink
-glue
-plastic
cover

-canvass
form
-purchase of
order
-official
receipt

5000

purchased
materials
D. School
Assessment
and
Evaluation
Testing

1.Impr
oved
teacher
s
perfor
mance
and
effectiv
eness

-Regular
evaluation
of teachers
-Teachers
portfolio
assessment
* Teachers
TSNA
Result
* Portfolio
Evidences
* LRMDS
- Teachers
participate
in staff
developme
nt activities
and utilizes
KSAs
gained,
trainings
and
scholarship
s

Supervisory
forms
-portfolio
evidences
-additional
forms
-LRMDS
forms

x x x

x xx x x x x

2.
Installe
d
require
d
mecha

Installation
of school
office
-data
collection

Monitoring
and
Evaluation
Forms
-School

x x x

x xx x x x x

1000

1000

500

E.
Alternative
Delivery
Mode

nism
for
monito
ring
and
evaluat
ion

and
collation
using the
M&E
forms
-Analysis
of data
-Utilization
of data for
instruction,
remediatio
n planning,
INSET, etc

records

1.
Utilize
d
human
and
materia
l
resourc
es in
the
curricu
lum
instruct
ion and
deliver
y with
the
stakeho
lders
experti

-invite
community
elders for
story
telling
-do
educational
field trip
on local
site and
historical
site
-Invite
parents
who are
good in
carpentry,
sewing,
cooking
and etc
-do

Cooperation
of pupils
and
community
-camera for
documentati
on

x x x

x xx x x x x

500

se of
human
resourc
es
- local
site and
historic
al place

teaching
learning
processes
outside the
classroom
Encourage/
motivate
volunteeris
m of
parents on
teaching
values
educational
class
-assist
values
education
volunteer
teacher

Priority
Improveme
nt

Objectives

Activities

Resource
Requireme
nt

Time Frame

Q1
F M

Q2
M

Q3
A

Q4
N

III.
Accountabilit
y and
Continuous
Improvement

A.
Performanc
e Indicator

Increased/
Decreased/
Maintained
performance
Indicator

-Campaign
for
enrolment
* Gotang
para sa
Gotang
-Meet with

-School
head
-Teachers
- PTA
President
-Barangay
Council

x x x x x x x x xx x x

Sources & Amount of Funds


DepE PTA
LGU Others
D

the brgy.
Council
with the
PTA
president
and present
the
problem on
enrolment
-Request
the
barangay
for the
possibility
of an
ordinance
for
residents to
send their
children to
Gotang
Primary
School
-Ordinance
preparation
/Submissio
n and SB
approval
-Prove to
parents the
advantages
of being in
Gotang
Primary
School

B. NAT
Results

Increased
NAT
Achievemen
t

through
their
performanc
e
-Setting of
target
(based on
SIP/AIP)
* zero nonreaders
* zero nonnumerates
* MPS
from
baseline to
higher
percent
*
participatio
n rate from
baseline to
standard
*
completion
rate from
baseline to
100%
-Orient
parents/pup
ils on NAT
Results
-Present
the plan for
remediatio
n activity

- Books
-Cartolina
-Marker
-Prizes

xxx

x x x xx x x

1000

500

1500

C. Reading
Proficiency

Improved
pupils
reading
proficiency

D. Health
and
Nutritional
Status

1.
Maintained
regular
tooth
brushing
and hand
washing

-Conduct
on the spot
test
-Awarding
of highest
performer
on the spot
test
-Conduct
Oplan
Basa/Unaw
a
And home
reading
-Conduct
PHIL-IRI
-Speak
English
campaign
-word wall
-Daily
morning
and
afternoon
tooth
brushing
and hand
washing of
pupils
* regular
nail cutting
* teeth and
hands
inspection

-manila
-marker
-chart

xxx

x x x xx x x

-checklist
-bond
paper
-toothpaste

xxx

x x x xx x x

300

1000

2.Maintaine
d normal
health status
of pupils

- Conduct
supplement
al Feeding
* vitamins
supplement
al
*dewormin
g
* weighing
Prepare/Su
bmit
reports of
Health
status with
documentat
ion

- goods to
cooked
-checklist

xxx

x x x xx x x

3.
Improved/pr
acticed
proper
waste
disposal

-strict
implement
ation of
Oplan
Linis
every
Mondays
and Fridays
of the week
procureme
nt of trash
cans for
waste
segregation
-recycle
waste

-trashcans

Xx x

X x x xX x x

4.Purchased
dental kit

-liquidation
form

3000

500

X
1500

materials
and
application
of waste
segregation

E. CoCurricular
Activities

1. Increased
pupils
participation
rate in cocurricular
activities

-Canvass
on the
prices of
dental
kit/medicin
e needs
-Order and
purchase
-inspection
-liquidation
-Motivate
pupils to
join cocurricular
activities
by leading
them
-involve
the pupils
in youth
developme
nt
programs
to develop
their skills
and that
form
positive
relationshi

-persuasive
power
-prizes

x x x

x x x xx x x

1000

1500

F. SBM
Assessment

Improved
school
innovation
according to
SBM
principles/D
imensions
A.
Leadership
and

ps with
peer and
adults aid
* pupils
participatin
g in
community
reforestatio
n
* pupils
participatio
n in
community
Operation
Linis
* School
participatio
n in
barangay
and
municipal
celebration
* Apply
award
system
-School
provide
strong,
dynamic,
innovative
and
competent
leadership
in
promoting

-Hard copy
of the
School
Improveme
nt Plan
based on
the 4
Dimension
of SBM

xxx

x x x xx x x

1000

Governance
B.
Curriculum
and
Instruction
C.
Accounta
bility and
continuou
s
Improve
ment
D.
Managem
ent
Resources

and
sustaining
Quality
education
-Internal
stakeholder
s identify
the schools
strengths,
weaknesses
, threats
and
opportuniti
es
necessary
in the
agenda for
school
improveme
nt
-External
stakeholder
s help in
generating
additional
resources
for the
formulatio
n and
implement
ation of the
SIP

Priority
Improvem
ent

Objectives

Activities

Resource
Requireme
nt

Time Frame

Q1
F M

Q2
M

Q3
A S

Q4
N D

IV.
Manageme
nt
resources
A. School
Site
Ownership

Maintained
ownership of
school site
100%

-furnish copy
of deed of
donation to
the
Sangguniang
Barangay of
Balintaugan

-documents

x xx x x x x xx x xx

Sources & Amount of Funds


DepED PTA
LGU
Other
s

B. Physical
Facilities

1.
Procured/Inst
alled/
Purchased
Physical
Facilities
A. School
signages
B. School
back gate
C. School
drainage
cemented
D. School
perim
eter
fence
E. Study shed
F. Others
1. faucet
2. Pad lock
3. Extension
wire

Acknowledg
ement of
donor
-Tap
friends/LGU
s/elected
Officials
-Adopt a
school
program
-Tap
someone
particularly
an engineer
in the
community
to prepare the
program of
work
-Meet with
the
PTA/Baranga
y Council
and present
the problem
-Organize
committees
to prepare
proposals/res
olutions
-send
proposals/res
olutions to
funding

- Purchase
of Order
-Official
receipts

X X
X X

Proposals/
Resolutions

1500
3500

X X

7000

3000
1500

X X
x x

1500
X

x
X

150
250
200

agencies
-Accept
donations
-Implement
project

C.
Classroom
Structure

2. Improved
classroom
structure
1. Classroom
repainted
2. Improved
classroom
ventilation
- Purchased
electric bulb
3.
Maintenance
of tables
and chairs

-Tap
friends/LGU
s/elected
Officials
-Adopt a
school
program
-Tap
someone
particularly
an engineer
in the
community
to prepare the
program of
work
-Meet with
the
PTA/Baranga
y Council
and present
the problem
-Organize
committees

-Inspection
X

10000
X

2000

X
1000

to prepare
proposals/res
olutions
-send
proposals/res
olutions to
funding
agencies
-Accept
donations
-Implement
project

D. Learning
Facilities
and
Equipment

1. Purchased
Science
laboratory
apparatus/
equipment
a. Bunsen
burner
b.
Petridish
c. vial
d. Test

-Canvassing
the prices of
materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials

- Purchase
of Order
-Official
receipts

1000

tube rack
e. Mortar
and pestle
f. Stirring
rod
g. Funnel
h. Filtering
Flask
i. Test tube
brush
k. Spatula
l. hammer
m.
Evaporating
Dish
n. Liquid
dropper

-maintenance
scheme

2. Purchased/
Procured/
Installed
Sport
Equipment
a. Badminton
set
b. Soccer ball
c. Volleyball
set
d. Volleyball
net post
e. Basketball

-Canvassing
the prices of
materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase
of Order

3.
Purchased/Pr

-Canvassing
the prices of

- Purchase
of Order

-Official
receipts

X X

200

X X

2000

X X

X X

300

X X

X X

150

800

x x x x x x

1000

ocured Math
Equipment
a. Meter
stick
b. Triangle
set
c.
Protractor
d. Compass
Pen
e. Shape
puzzle

4. Purchased/
Procured
Musical
Instrument
and
equipment
a. Pitch pipe
b.
Tambourine
c. Abiw
d. DVD
player
5.
Reproduced
learner
materials,
worksheets/
activity
sheets in all

materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials
-maintenance
scheme

-Official
receipts

150

X X

300

50
150

-Canvassing
the prices of
materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase
of Order

- reproduce
all learners
materials,
worksheets/a
ctivity sheets
in all subject
for all grade

- Cash
- official
receipt for
the
payment of
reproduced
materials

-Official
receipts

x x x

x x x x x x x

150

200
800
5000

500

E. Office
Equipment

subjects for
all grade
level

levels

1.
Purchased/pr
ocured office
equipment
a. 1
Computer set
b.2 Table/
chairs set
c. 2 Filing
cabinet
d.5 File
racks
e. 1Camera

-Canvassing
the prices of
materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase
of Order

2. Purchased
Office
Supplies
a.3boxes
bond paper
long and 3
boxes short
b.2 reams
Folder(long
& short)
c. 2 reams
Envelope
d. 2
boxesFastene
rs
e.3 set
Computer ink

Canvassing
the prices of
materials
-purchase the
materials
-inspection of
purchased
materials
-liquidation
of purchased
materials
-maintenance
scheme

- Purchase
of Order

-Official
receipts

X
X

-Official
receipts

X
X

1500
600

3000

500

500

500

3500

f. 2
boxesPaper
clips
g.2 large glue
h. 1
calculator
i.2pcs.
stapler
j.1 paper
slicer
k.1 Stamp
pad
F.
Resource
Generatio
n and
Manageme
nt

1. Conduct
inventory of
existing
furniture,
equipment
and other
educational
resources
annually

1. Secure
forms
needed:
a. Forms for
school
property
damages
b. Forms for
school
property
losses
c. Forms for
school
property
transfer
d. Forms for
existing
school
properties
2. Conduct

-Inventory
forms
Inspection
forms

250

150

240

250

X X XX X XX

100

X XX

X XX

inventory of
existing
school
furniture,
equipment
and other
educational
resources
annually

X X XX X XX

3.Submit
school
inventory
2. Design
monitoring
forms or
instruments
on the
utilization of
existing
educational
facilities

-Prepare
monitoring
forms ready
for
requisitionin
g

monitoring
forms and
documents

3. Intensify
income
generating
fund
a. Gulayan
sa paaralan
b. School
Canteen
c.
Solicitation
d. Donation

- Tap friends
from nongovernment
agencies/alu
mni
associations
* Make
solicitation
* Send
Solicitation
to funding

Solicitation
letter
Maintenanc
e cash for
the
operation
of school
garden and
canteen

100

500

5000

agencies
* Operate
Gulayan sa
Paaralan
* Establish
canteen
generating
fund

G.
Disaster
Risk
Reduction

Reduced
disaster rate
in school by
100%

X X

a. Conduct
earthquake
drill

-human
skills
-pupils
cooperation

b. Inspection
of school
buildings,
playground
and other
facilities to
avoid any
possible
accidents

-inspection
form

c. Parents are
required to
fetch their
children
( Kinder,

-parents
and pupils
cooperation

500

500

Gr.1 Gr.3)
during rainy
season
especially
during
thunderstorm
d. School
medicine kit
is complete

-medicine
kit

Sub-Total

Total

2000

61,340

32,500

21,800

Php.123,640

8000