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Republic of the Philippines

Bulacan State University

City of Malolos, Bulacan
College Of Education

Portfolio in
Field Study
Submitted by:
Renee San Gabriel
Submitted to:
Ms. Geraldine Reyes
Course, Year & Section:

Name: Michelle Ignacio Sanchez

Age: 34 years old Cooperating Teachers
Birthday: August 28, 1983
Address: Balagtas, Bulacan
Civil Status: Married
Graduated at Bulacan State University
Worked at Balagtas Montessori School Incorporated from June 6, 2011 to January 25, 2013
Teacher I at Iluminada Roxas-Mendoza Memorial High School since 2013 to present.
Observers Profile

Name: Renee P. San Gabriel

Age: 19 years old
Birthday: September 13, 1997
Address: Bagumbayan, Bocaue, Bulacan
Currently taking up Secondary Education Major in Biological Science at Bulacan State University

Iluminada Mendoza-Roxas Memorial High School, also known as Bambang
National High School, teaches students in grades seventh through twelfth in Bocaue,
Bulacan of Central Luzon (Region III). The school has 12 instructional rooms and 6
non-instructional rooms, which are all powered by a power grid. With 724 students,
class size is around 60 students. Ms. Virginia Mendoza is in charge of the school,
acting as the school's Officer in Charge.

Iluminada Mendoza-Roxas has a total of 18 rooms - 12 of which are for instructional

purposes and the remaining 6 for non-instructional uses. All in all, the school has at
least one canteen, clinic, computer lab, general academic classroom, home
economics, laboratory, library, and office. Of the instructional rooms, all of them are
standard rooms, meaning they meet the DepEd's guidelines for safety and usability.

With 724 students and 12 rooms actively used for teaching, Iluminada Mendoza-
Roxas has an average class size of 60. This means classes at Iluminada Mendoza-
Roxas are much larger than the average class size, with 25 more students per room
than the average of all schools, and 16 more students per class than the average in
Bocaue, Bulacan.

School Site
Iluminada Roxas-Mendoza Memorial
High School

We dream of Filipinos
To protect and promote the right of every
who passionately love their country
and whose values and competencies Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-
enable them to realize their full based, and complete basic education
potential where:
and contribute meaningfully to building Students learn in a child-friendly,
the nation.
gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating
As a learner-centered public Teachers facilitate learning and
institution, constantly nurture every learner.
the Department of Education
Administrators and staff, as stewards
continuously improves itself
of the institution, ensure an enabling and
to better serve its stakeholders.
supportive environment for effective
learning to happen.
Family, community, and other
stakeholders are actively engaged and
share responsibility for developing life-
long learners.

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