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Kidapawan City Division

Kidapawan City North District


SIBUG MEMORIAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Sudapin, Kidapawan City
ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION AND ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN
CY 2011

Goal: Improved learners Performance


Purpose: 1. Improved teachers teaching competence
2. Improved Participation, Cohort Survival Rate, Graduation, Retention, Completion, and Reduced Dropout Rate
Program/Projects/Activities

PHYSICAL TARGET
Quarter 1 Quarter 2

Quarter 3

RESOURCE REQUIREMENTS
Quarter 4

PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS

Human
J

F M A M

J A

Materials Equipment Others

TIME FRAME
Quarter
Quarter
Quarter 2
Quarter 4
1
3
J F M A M J J A S O N D

AMOUNT AND SOURCES


MOOE

LGU
(PLGU)

PTA

SBM Grants,
SBRMS

ENROLMENT

SCHOOL AGE CHILDREN


ENROLLED IN SCHOOL
1.1
All School age children are attending
school
1.1.1 Conduct home visitation, attending
(BDC)

Principal
Teacher
Parents
Principal
Barangay
Officials

1.1.2 Tap BNS barangay officials, Purok


leaders to help and bring school age
children to school
C
PHYSICAL ANCILLARY SERVICES
1

Provision of arm chairs

1.1

50 arm chairs for kinder pupils

50

20,000

1.1.1 Send letter of request to the division


thru the physical facilities supervisor
2
Repaired old stage of the school
3

3.1

Repaired and Installed angular grills


to 13 spans of perimeter fence.

Repaired & installed angular grills of


school perimeter fence.

Principal

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

10,000

Coupon
bond

- Cement
Principal - Angular
Carpenter bar
PTA
- CHB
- etc.
- Cement
Principal - Angular
Carpenter bar
PTA
- CHB
- etc.

20,000

10,000

20,000

10,000

20,000

10,000

Others
(IGP, Donation, Alumni)

J
3.1.1
3.1.2

Meet with PTA & SGC officials,


teachers for the proposed conduct of
Prince and Princess of Hearts
Conducts popularity contest

3.1.3

Coronation rites

3.1.4

Set aside money for the labor of the


project

3.1.5

Prepares program of Works

3.1.6

Implement the repair and installation of


angular grills to 13 spans of fence
fronting the school.
Monitor and document the repair &
angular grills installation

3.1.7
D.

LEARNING MATERIALS &


EQUIPMENT

PROVIDED ENOUGH TEXTBOOKS


IN ALL SUBJECT AREAS

1.1

1.1.2

Provided textbooks in every subject


area based on the number of
shortages
English, Math, Science.
Send letter of request to the Division
Supply Officer attaching the number of
textbooks shortages per grade level
and per subject area.
Follow-up the request

E.

OTHERS

UPDATED NUTRITIONAL STATUS


DATA

1.1

Updated Nutritional Status Data in the


office

1.1.1

Issue school memo to Nutrition


Coordinator to update the Nutritional
Status record of the office
Monitor the completeness of the
Nutritional Status Data

1.1.1

1.1.2
2

SUSTAINED FEEDING PROGRAM

F M A M J J A S

Human

Materials Equipment Others J F M A M J J A S O N D

MOOE

LGU
(PLGU)

PTA

10,000
Principal
PTA

Bondpaper

Principal
PTA
SGC

Principal
Supply Officer

Principal

Principal

Principal
Principal
Nutrition
Coordinator
Principal

Bondpaper

50

SBM Grants,
SBRMS

Others
(IGP, Donation,
Alumni)

J
2.1

Enhance GULAYAN SA PAARALAN for


sustained Feeding Program of pupils

2.1.1

Call meeting to PTA officials, Nutrition


coordinator to have action plan on how
to enhance Gulayan sa Paaralan to
sustain the Feeding Program
Make an Action Plan

2.1.2
2.1.3

Call meeting to parents continued


advocacy on the importance of the
Vegetable Gardening not only in school
but also in the backyard garden
2.1.4 Assign pupils in grade 4, 5, & 6 to
garden area to maintain during their
EPP time, and vacant periods. Monitor
and evaluate the functionality of the
Project Gulayan sa Paaralan
I B. QUALITY AND RELEVANCE
I
F.

LEARNERS PERFORMANCE

INCREASED LEARNERS
PERFORMANCE
INCREASE LEARNERS OVER ALL
PERFORMANCE (NAT) BY 5% FROM
48.80 to 51.24

1.1

1.1.1

1.1.2

1.1.3

1.1.4

Call meeting to PTA Officials and


teachers about the overall NAT 6
performance of the learners w/c is still
far from the 75 % standard
Make an item analysis on English,
Science and Mathematics.
Identify the least learned skills in
English , Mathematics, and Science
Call a meeting to parents through
General Assembly and present the
academic performance of the pupils
especially in English, Science and
Mathematics subjects. Present and ask
approval for proposed remedial class
every 12:30- 1:00 PM everyday and
MF. Implementation of SAPID Program.

Human

Materials

Equipment

Others

F M A M J

A S O N D

MOOE

Principal
Teachers
PTA

LGU
(PLGU)

PTA
3,000

Principal
PTA
Teachers

Snacks

Principal
Teacher

Bondpaper

Principal
Teacher
PTA

Bondpaper
Snacks

150,000

100

500

Principal
Working tools
Coordinator

Principal
Teacher
PTA

Bondpaper
Snacks

300

Principal
Teacher

Bondpaper
Manila Paper

200

Principal
Teacher

Bondpaper
Snacks

200

Principal
Teachers
PTA

Bondpaper
snacks

800

SBM Grants,
SBRMS

Others
(IGP, Donation,
Alumni)

J
1.1.5

Prepares Instructional Materials for the


Remedial Classes

1.1.6

Conduct Remedial Classes on the least


learned skills:
1. English
2. Math
3. Science

1.1.7

Monitor and Evaluate the Project

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

INCREASED COMPLETION,
RETENTION AND SURVIVAL RATES

1.1

Increased Completion, Retention and


Survival rates by 2%
Completion Rate from 71.15 to 72.57
Retention rate from 93.46 to 95.32
Survival rate from 71.15 to 72.57

1.1.1

Issue school memo to the assigned


Guidance Coordinator to track pupils
per grade level o know if pupils from
Grade 1 to 6 are in school.

MAINTAINED HIGH PARTICIPATION


RATE AND DECREASE DROP OUT
RATE

2.1

MAINTAINED HIGH PARTICIPATION


RATE WHICH HAS 92.22
STANDARD

2.1.1

Continuous advocacy on daily school


participation and the importance of
education during HRPTA Meetings and
General Assemblies

2.1.2

Strengthen Feeding program &


Gulayan sa Paaralan and Food
Production

F M A M J J A S O N D

Human

Materials

Principal
Teachers
PTA

- Instructional
materials
- School
supplies
- Answer
sheets
- Reading
sheets

Principal
Program
Coordinator

Evaluation
Form

Principal
Teacher

Principal
Coordinator
Teachers

Bondpaper
Manila Paper
Pentel pen

Tracking form

Equipment Others J F M A M J J A S O N D MOOE

LGU
(PLGU)

PTA

SBM Grants, SBRMS

50,000

300

100

200

50

200

500

500

Others
(IGP, Donation, Alumni)

J
H.

CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION/
INSTRUCTIONAL DELIVERY

ENHANCED SCHOOL READING


PROJECT

1.1

Enhanced Reading project of the


school for improved reading levels of
the pupils.
Call a meeting to teachers for the
conduct of PHIL-IRI Pre-test and
consolidate the results after the test
Issue memo to the school reading
coordinator to monitor the Pre-test and
consolidate the results after the test
Reproduction of PHIL_IRI Forms and
passages

1.1.1
1.1.2
1.1.3
1.1.4

Conduct Phil-IRI test.

1.1.5

1.1.7

Identify the Non-readers and slow readers


fro grade II-Vi based rom the PHIL_IRI test
Results for SY 2010-2011
Send letter concerned parents for a
meeting(the parents of non & slow
readers).
Make Program Design

1.1.8

Make timetable for Program Delivery.

1.1.9

Create Monitoring and Evaluation


Committee.

1.1.6

F M A M J J A

Human

Materials Equipment Others J F M A M J J A S O N D MOOE

Principal
Teachers

Reading
Materials
IMS

Principal
Teachers

1,200

1,200

100

Teachers

Phil-IRI
Form

Principal
Teachers

Phil-IRI
Result

Principal
Teachers
Parents

Coupon
bond

100
100

1.1.10 Prepares IMs for remedial Reading


Classes
1.1.11 Implement Reading Remedial Classes
1.1.12 Monitor the Reading Remedial Classes
1.1.13

Reproduction of PHIL-IRI Forms &


passages (Post Test)

1.1.14 Conduct PHIL-IRI Post Test


1.1.15 Evaluate the Reading Remedial
Classes

LGU
PTA
(PLGU)

Principal
Reading
Coordinator
Principal
Teachers
Teachers
Principal
HLRC

1,200
Phil-IRI
Materials

SBM Grants,
SBRMS

Others
(IGP, Donation, Alumni)

J
2

A M

Human

Materials

Principal
Teacher

Snacks

Principal
Teacher

Training
Matrix

10 out of 10 teachers implemented


MTB- MLE
2.1.1 Call for a meeting to teachers and
orient them on what is MTB_MLE
Program
2.1.2 Conduct LAC on MTB- MLE
2.1.3 Make IMs for MTB- MLE
Implementation

LGU
PTA
(PLGU)

SBM
Grants,
SBRMS

Others
(IGP, Donation,
Alumni)

Implementation on Learning
Facilities Plan

3.1

Implementation Phase
Actual Mentoring/Modeling/
Demonstration
Post Mentoring
Post Conference

3.3

Post Implementation Stage

Teachers USED Non- Traditional


Assessments

4.1

10 out 10 teachers developed IMs


used Non_ Traditional Assessments

4.1.1 Conduct LAC On Non- traditional


Assessments
5
DEVELOPED INSTRUCTIONAL
MATERIALS

50

200

200
Principal
LF
Teachers
Principal
LF
Teachers

200 200 200

100
LPP Forms

200

LF
Teachers

LPP Forms

100

LF
Teachers

LPP Forms

100

200 200 200 200 200 200 200

1,800
Principal
Teacher

Training
Matrix

10 teachers developed IMs


monthly

5.1.1 Meet teachers for identification of


materials to be used in IMs making
development
5.1.2 Prepares Purchase Request and
Purchase Order
5.1.3 Procure materials and supplies for
IMs development

150

Principal
Teacher

2.1.4 Implement MTB- MLE Program

5.1

MOOE

IMPLEMENTED MTB-MLE

2.1

3.2

Equipment Others J F M A M J J A S O N D

Principal
Teachers
Principal

MOOE
Form
33,600
2,800/month

200

J
6
6.1

6.1.1
6.1.2

CONDUCTED CLASSROOM
BASED ACTION RESEARCH
3 out of 10 teachers conducted
classroom based research

7.1.2
7.1.3
7.1.4

Track records of Out of school youth


and illiterate constituents of
Barangay Sudapin
Conduct home visitation
Conduct information drive about ALS
Program During Barangay and PTA
Assemblies

7.1.1

STRENGTHENED ADVOCACY
PROGRAM FOR ALS
Call A meeting to SGC, PTA &
Barangay officials

6.1.3

7.1

Call a meeting to teachers and


discuss the importance of classroom
based action research
Prepare Training Design for Action
Research training
Conduct School Based Action
Research Training
Encourage teachers to conduct
Classroom Based Action Research

Human

Materials

Principal
SGC
PTA
LGU

Bond paper

Equipment

Others

J F M A M J

J A S O N D

MOOE

LGU
(PLGU)

SBM
Grants,
SBRMS

Others
(IGP, Donation,
Alumni)

300

Principal
Teachers
Principal
Teachers
ALS
Coordinator
Principal
Teachers

PTA

100
Pupils familybackground

100

100

Principal
Teachers

Snacks

200

200

Principal
Teachers

Bondpaper
Snacks

50

100

Principal
Teachers

Snacks

150

Principal
Teachers

Snacks

100

Prepared by:
EVANGELINE M. APIAS
Principal I
Recommending Approval:
LEONARDO V. SOLITO
District Supervisor
Approved:
MA. ROSA C. GUTIERREZ
Schools Division Superintendent