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CONTENTS:

School Improvement Plan FY 2016 to FY 2019


SIP Annexes
Accomplished School-Community Data Template
Accomplished Child-Friendly School Survey
Accomplished School-based Child Protection/Anti-Bullying
Policy Checklist
Accomplished School Watching and Hazard Mapping Checklist
School Report Card
Accomplished Child Mapping Tool
FY 2016 to FY 2019
Pages

I. Executive Summary 1
II. Introduction 2-3
III. Planning Worksheet for Access and Quality
Grades 7 10 4
Grades 11 12 5
IV. Planning Worksheet for Governance
Grades 7 12 6
(Project Work Plan & Budget Matrix) 7-19
V. Annual Implementation Plan 20-32
VI. Monitoring and Evaluation 33-36
Prepared by the following School-Community Planning Team:
SPT Chairperson:
LUCRECIA C. NICOLAS
School Head
SPT Members:

MARJORIE J. ABRIO PERLITA A. ANFONE ELAN N. CADAYDAY


Guidance Counselor Ar. Pan. Dept. Head SGC Chair

JULIET C. AVILES EVELY C. AMANTE RESLIE I. SALAS


SST III SST III PTA President

RUTH H. GISULGON MARIA DINA B. JALISAN MERLY P. ABOY


English Dept. Head SST III SCG Treasurer

MARGIE C. ACABAL ARNOLD M. BENITEZ DEX SHEALTIEL P. MONDIA


Math Dept. Head SSST III SSG Vice President

DESAN P. MONDIA COSME P. BOHOL Jr. CATHLYN SHANEN AMORIO


TLE Dept. Head ADAS III SSG Treasurer

NEZEL T. MAMAUAG HYDON B. LIBRADILLA


Filipino Dept. Head Alumni Representative

NELFA A. ORTEGA EDWIN B. JALISAN


SST II ` SST - III
I. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
DepEd Order No. 44 s. 2015 reiterates the aim of Republic Act No. 9155 which also known as the Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001.
The aforementioned order, specifically, paragraph 1 emphasizes the strengthening of School-Based Management by further devolving the governance
of education to schools, empowering school teams and personnel, expanding community participation and involvement, and making the delivery of
education services to the learners more responsive, efficient, and effective through an enhanced school planning and communication process.
This School Improvement Plan is an output of the collaboration of the different stakeholders who took part in the planning process to come up
with interventions that the school will undertake within a period of three consecutive years. The document contains specific projects to answer specific
needs of the learners, teachers and other stakeholders of the school. The interventions are well-designed to suit the needs of the identified project
beneficiaries after having listened to their own points of view.
Certain documents like the School-Community Data Template, SRC, Checklists on the implementation of the Child Protection and Anti-Bullying
Policies were some of the evidences used to be able to identify priority improvement areas. Root cause analysis was done in order to really dig into
the root cause of the PIA and be able to find a solution that would solve the roots and not just the symptoms.
High dropout rate, high failure rate and low academic achievement rate are the three performance indicators which are given priority in this
plan. It is hoped that the programs and projects to be carried out in the next three years will really solve these problems which have been affecting
the performance of the school.
The contents of this School Improvement Plan are properly customized to address the pressing needs of the school that are wit hin the control
of the school administration, the personnel and the community.
One very important ingredient in the crafting of the interventions is the use of the CI process in coming up with activities to address certain
PIAs. The CI process is tedious but is found to be effective. It does not require a large-scale implementation. The implementation begins with a pilot
group but can be rolled out to a greater number of beneficiaries once the CI project has been piloted for effectiveness and efficiency.
Therefore, interventions stipulated in this plan are to be piloted to a small population. However, when found effective and efficient, these can
be rolled out to other groups one at a time until the root of the problem is totally annihilated. Thus, the school is completely directed to carry out the
designed interventions based on priority within a specific period of time. The CI program prevents schools from doing a lot of things in different
directions which often lead to paralysis. When schools are paralyzed because of the many concerns tackled at one time, they can never achieve the
standards expected. When there is focus, there is a clear direction on what to address first, next, so on and so forth.
Finally, all the interventions contained in this document are geared towards the departments goal of providing learners access to quality
education.

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II. INTRODUCTION
Basically, the crafting of this SIP that contains all the interventions under certain PIAs is anchored on the Vision, Mission and Core Values of the
DepEd as reiterated below:

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

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The specific projects that the School Planning Team have designed aim to close the gap between the current performance of the school and the
target or standard set by the DepEd.

The schools priority improvement areas for access and quality within the 3 consecutive years are focused on the high drop-out rate, high
failure rate and low academic achievement rate. These 3 PIAs are the most challenging performance indicators that the school have not shown
improvement for the last 3 years. There were inventions done in the past. However, the schools best was never enough. One of the reasons perhaps
is that the root causes of the problems were not given attention. Only the symptoms of the problems were addressed.

The priority improvement areas for governance include less involvement of stakeholders in the implementation of programs and projects.
They are often involved during the planning stage. But they can hardly be seen in the implementation phase. Another priority area for improvement
under governance is for the school to mobilize partnerships for immersion which is part of the SHS curriculum. Other planned programs included for
governance are the institutionalization of the Continuous Improvement Program and sustainability
of stakeholders participation in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

Systems and mechanisms are in place in the school. But not all are functioning well. Therefore, when the CI program was first introduced, there
is a sense of direction. Every project must be handled by a team for greater productivity and accountability of results. Teamwork must be the language
of the school. Every persons effort is contributory to the institutions success.

Therefore, implementing the interventions designed by the SPT and contained herein must also be done by a team.

The PIAs stipulated in the worksheets for Access, Quality and Governance were carefully decided by the SPT as the priority improvement areas
to be addressed within a period of three years after having undertaken the prioritization process, analyzing the causes of the problem, identifying the
storm clouds and finally identifying the root cause of the identified PIA. Each root cause is the basis of coming up with a specific project or intervention.
These interventions as shown in the project work plan and budget matrix were designed using the continuous improvement process.

These are the gaps that need to be closed at the end of three years knowing that every effort that an education stakeholder w ould exert is
always directed to achieving the intermediate outcomes, then, finally the Vision, Mission and Core Values of the DepEd.

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MABINAY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

III. PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


TIME FRAME
LEARNING DEPED INTERMEDIATE PRIORITY
STAGE OUTCOMES IMPROVEMENT GENERAL OBJECTIVE/S ROOT CAUSE/S 2016- 2017- 2018-
2017 2018 2019
AREA
IO1: Learners are in school To reduce dropout rate from Inadequate self-
and learning centers. High dropout rate 6% to 1% with 1.67% motivation to complete
decrease per school year education
Insufficient parental/adult
support
IO2: Learners access Inconsistent To consistently implement Insufficient knowledge/
programs responsive to their implementation of localization/indigenization of capability of teachers in
needs and consistent with Localization/Indigeni- curriculum every school year employing varied
their interests and aptitudes. zation of curriculum strategies/ techniques in
employing localization and
indigenization
IO3: Learners enjoy learner- Poor waste disposal To fully implement the Clean The program is managed
7-10 friendly environment procedure & Green Program by 1 person only.
To enhance personnel and Personnel and students
students skill in waste have not undergone formal
management training on waste
segregation and disposal.
IO4: Learners actively (There is no identified PIA that is appropriate to this IO.)
participate in their learning
environment.
IO5: Learners attain learning High failure rate To reduce failure rate by 3% Truancy
standards. from 3.55% to .55% with a
decrease of 1% per year
Low Academic To increase NAT result in Poor reading
Achievement English & Math by 9% in 3 comprehension
years with an increase of 3% skill
per year
Poor numeracy skill

IO6: Learners are well- (There is no identified PIA that is appropriate to this IO.)
rounded, happy and smart.

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PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY
LEARNING DEPED INTERMEDIATE PRIORITY TIME FRAME
STAGE OUTCOMES IMPROVEMENT GENERAL OBJECTIVE/S ROOT CAUSE/S 2016- 2017- 2018-
2017 2018 2019
AREA
IO1: Learners are in school (There are no identified priority improvement areas in these
and learning centers
learning stages for Access and Quality because Grade 11 has
IO2: Learners access just started in June, 2016. Therefore, there are no
programs responsive to their
needs and consistent with bases/points of reference for possible programs, projects and
their interests and aptitudes activities to be carried out.)
IO3: Learners enjoy learner-
11-12 friendly environment

IO4: Learners actively


participate in their learning
environment

IO5: Learners attain learning


standards

IO6: Learners are well-


rounded, happy and smart

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Project Title: Self-Discovery for Increased Motivation (SIM)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________

Problem Statement: 73% of the students attributed dropping out of school to individual- related factors such as lack of motivation and interest to
complete schooling
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Objective Statement: To reduce dropout rate from 6% to 1% with 1.67% decrease per school year
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: Inadequate self-motivation to complete education
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix


Date of
Person/s Budget
Activity Output Implementa Budget
Responsible Source
-tion
Create a peer support mechanism for SARDOs in
4 organized peer groups among SARDOs with 4 SH, GC,
grade 7 Sept. 2016 - -
members in each group designated team
Conduct orientation on the mechanics of the
4 organized peer groups fully understood the SH, GC,
project Sept. 2016 - -
project mechanics designated team

Train peer groups on topics related to self- 4 organized peer groups among SARDOs developed
discovery and increasing motivation to complete SH, GC,
self-identity and improved their motivation to Sept. 2016 P 60,000.00 MOOE
education designated team
complete their schooling

Form a buddy system among SARDOs 2 SARDOs made up 1 buddy system SH, GC,
Sept. 2016 - -
designated team
- Prepared list of activities that each member of
the buddy system carried out
Come up with a list of standards for each buddy - - Buddys whereabouts SH, GC,
system to carry out properly tracked
Sept. 2016
designated team
- -
to ensure that he/she is
able to finish the school year
Make a regular follow up of the peer groups/buddy GC, designated
March 2017
systems team - -
- 16 SARDOs saved
- Another group of SARDOs become beneficiaries of
Roll out the project to other SARDOs in the the project
- Increased number of beneficiaries Jan. 2017 SH, GC,
same/Mother grade levels P 60,000.00 MOOE
- 1.67 % decrease in dropout rate at the end of the March 2017 designated team
school year

Project team

MARJORIE J. ABRIO MARIA DINA B. JALISAN NEZEL T. MAMAUAG GENEI VIE A. CACALDO ARVIN P. RODRIGUEZ
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member
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Project Title: Parents Engagement to Morally Support Students (PEMSS)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________
Problem Statement: 56% of the students who dropped out from grade 7 considered inadequate support from their parents & other adults responsible for
their studies as the main reason
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Project Objective Statement: To reduce dropout rate from 6% to 1% with 1.67% decrease per school year
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Root Cause: Insufficient parental/adult support for their studies
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix


Date of Person/s Budget
Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

SH,
100% of the parents of the dropouts fully designated P 15,000.00
Conduct orientation with parents of the MOOE,
oriented on the project rationale and Aug. 2016 team to
grade 7 dropouts PTA
objectives handle the
project

4 organized sub-groups with 4 members in


Organize sub-groups assigning 1 parent SH, team
each group and 1 parent leader for the pilot Aug. 2016
leader per group leader
implementation

- 20 parents identified as members of the


sub-groups well-capacitated/oriented about
Capacity- building/training of parents
their roles and duties SH, team MOOE,
identified as members of the sub-groups Sept. 2016 P 45,000.00
- Increased understanding of identified assigned SEF
parents about the important role they play in
the success of their children
Regular conference of the pilot group as
feedback sessions and group sharing of -Best practices shared and documented for SH,
Sept. 2016
strategies on how they support each replication designated
March, 2017
team
others needs as parents of SARDOs
-SARDOs parents needs promptly addressed SH,
Roll-out the project to other parents of Jan. 2017 MOOE,
- Enhanced parental support to childrens designated P 60,000.00
SARDOs in the same/other grade levels March 2017 SEF
education team
- 1.67 % decrease in dropout rate

Project Team

NELFA A. AMORIO MARJORIE J. ABRIO EMERITA B. QUILIOPE EVELYN C. VENTOLERO ALEXANDER V. ESTRELLA GERALDINE B. BULAK
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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Project Title: Parenting is Fun, When I Understand
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Problem Statement: 45% of parents not adept about concepts on responsible parenting
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Objective Statement: Increase the number of parents who understand their roles on parenting from 45% to 60% with 5% increase per school
year
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: Inadequate opportunities of parents to attend training on responsible parenthood
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of Person/s Budget


Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

Conduct survey on which topics parents are Parents able to identify topics for GC, class advisers &
Dec. 2016 - -
interested to be trained about the activity designated team

Group parents as to the topics they have Organized 4 groups based on their GC, class advisers &
Dec. 2016 - -
chosen chosen topic designated team

1 resource speaker assigned for GC, class advisers &


Assign a resource speaker for each topic Dec. 2016 - -
each topic designated team
Lecture discussion on each topic
Conduct a simultaneous lecture about the topic and conducted and parents issues and GC & designated
to be followed by an open forum
Jan. 2017 P10,000.00 MOOE
concerns about the topic well- team
addressed
- 1 FGD done, lessons learned,
suggestions for improvement noted
Evaluate the activity by listening to parents
-Increased the number of Feb. to March 2017 GC & designated team - -
feedback about the session they have
parents who understand their roles
attended
on parenting by 5%

Choose 3 representatives from each group to Family day activity well-advocated GC, class advisers &
share insights/learnings about the topic to parents; increased participation designated team
Feb. to March 2017 - -
during the second general assembly of the & opportunity to understand their
current school year roles as parents
-Increased the number of parents
Conduct the same activity during the next who understand their roles on SH, GC & designated P MOOE,
March 2017
family day parenting by another 5% team 10,000.00 PTA

Project Team

MARJORIE J. ABRIO EMY A. TINGSON MARIA DINA B. JALISAN HONEY JOY B. CADELIA HANA K. CORDOVA
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member
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Project Title: Indigenization through LAC (I-LAC)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________
Problem Statement: 90% of the teachers have not consistently applied the concepts of Localization and Indigenization of Curriculum
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Objective Statement: 100% of the teachers shall regularly implement localization / indigenization of curriculum
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: Insufficient knowledge/capability of teachers in employing varied strategies/ techniques in localization and indigenization of curriculum
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of
Person/s Budget
Activity Output Implementatio Budget
Responsible Source
n

SH, designated
team
composed of
Conduct orientation among teachers about 74 teachers well- oriented about the
Aug. 2016 department - -
the project project
heads/subject
area
coordinators

Create clusters based on subject areas 8 groups based on the subjects offered in SH, team
handled Aug. 2016 - -
school leader

Designate & coach facilitators to handle the


8 Designated and well-equipped facilitators Aug. 2016 SH - -
LAC sessions

Carry out the appropriate number of LAC Sept. 2016 SH, designated
5 LAC sessions or as needed P 10,000.00 MOOE
sessions as needed by teachers onwards team
74 teachers consistently implement
Supervise the implementation to track localization/indigenization of curriculum as Sept. 2016 SH, designated
consistency, effectiveness and efficiency of - -
shown in daily lesson plans/daily lesson March 2017 team
the utilization of the aforementioned strategy logs or in actual observation results
Project Team

RUTH H. GESULGON MIEL C. PACULANANG DESAN P. MONDIA GLADIE C. CACALDO MA. LUCILANE B. ACABAL MARCELL R. ACABAL
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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Project Title: Solid Waste Management (SWaM): MNHS Way
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________

Problem Statement: 30% of the sections irregularly disposed their garbage in designated containers and temporary depository area
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Objective Statement: To enhance personnels and students skills in waste management
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Root Causes: Only one personnel is handling the program.


Personnel and students have not undergone formal training on waste segregation and disposal.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of
Person/s Budget
Activity Output Implemen Budget
Responsible Source
-tation
Conduct orientation of class advisers with SH, designated
32 class advisers oriented about the project Aug. 2016 - -
other subject teachers and all other personnel team
Formulate guidelines/standards on school SH, designated
Standards-based implementation of SWaM Aug. 2016 - -
solid waste management team
SH, designated
Incorporate guidelines in the institutionalized Enhanced Clean & Green Program of the team, Clean &
Aug. 2016 - -
Clean & Green Program of the school school Green Program
Coordinator
SH, designated
Conduct training of all school personnel on
80 teaching and non-teaching personnel well- team, Clean & MOOE,L
the schools initiated solid waste management Sept. 2016 P 20,000.00
trained about SWaM Green Program GU,SEF
program
Coordinator
Implement the activities outlined in the -Segregated waste
SH, designated
standards set for school solid waste -Prompt disposal of garbage Sept. 2016 P 20,000.00 MOOE
team
management -Clean and healthful school environment
-Best practices shared and documented
Sept. 2016
-Observations/suggestions for improvement SH, designated
Monitor the implementation - March - -
discussed team
2017
-Sustainability of project ensured
-32 sections disposed their properly
segregated garbage in designated areas

Project Team

EDMAR REY C. JAPIN DESAN P. MONDIA MARIVIC G. DY CHRISTOPHER G. MONTEMAYOR GALICEL B. LAGUNERO SHELLA MAE Q. EMPIALES
Team Leader Scribe Documenter Member Member Member
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Project Title: Absenteeism Lessened, Increased Value for Education (ALIVE)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________
Problem Statement: Absenteeism or Truancy is the main reason given by 85% of those who failed
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Project Objective Statement: To reduce failure rate by 3% from 3.55% to .55% with a decrease of 1% per year
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Root Cause: Truancy / Absenteeism
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix


Date of Person/s Budget
Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source
Conduct a meeting with students who had failing
100% of students with failing grades disclosed SH, designated
grades last school year Aug. 2016 - -
reasons why they failed team
Identify beneficiaries by prioritizing those students
SH, designated
with two or more failing grades 24 identified pilot beneficiaries of the project Aug. 2016 - -
team
SH, designated
Conduct further interview with beneficiaries Validated reasons of their failing grades Aug. 2016 - -
team
Maximum of 8 groups created based on the SH, designated
Group students who failed in the same subjects Aug. 2016 - -
number of subjects in school team

Peer coaching, providing additional worksheets


Conduct an intervention based on their interests to
especially on competencies not mastered, SH, designated
help them stay in school and sustain their Sept. - Dec. 2016 P 60,000.00 MOOE, SEF
tutorial classes to be done by performing team
attendance in the interventions and in their classes
students, etc. based on the need of the
student/group of students
Give recognition or award to students with the
-Lessened truancy/absenteeism among the
highest attendance in the interventions and in their
beneficiaries Jan. 2017-March SH, designated
regular classes every grading period and 1 major P 30,000.00 MOOE, SEF
-1% decrease in failure rate at the end of the 2017 team
award on attendance at the end of the school year
school year
-Reduced absenteeism among students with
Rollout the implementation to other students with SH, designated
failing grades March 2017 P 60,000.00 MOOE,SEF
similar problems team
Project Team

JULIET C. AVILES ENOCH E. HUCAL ELIZABETH S. ABRASADO WELMA F. MISAMIS LESLIE A. LIU RENE B. DUELLOSA
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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Project Title: Boosting Readiness & Ingenuity for Development & Greater Empowerment (BRIDGE)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________
Problem Statement: More than 50% of grade 7 students have poor reading comprehension skills
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Project Objective Statement: To increase NAT result in English by 9% in 3 years with 3% increase per year
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Root Cause: Poor reading comprehension skill
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of
Person/s Budget
Activity Output Implementa- Budget
Responsible Source
tion

SH, English
19 non-readers and 161 students in the
Conduct ORV in grade 7 Aug. 2016 department as - -
frustration level
one team
19 non-readers identified as the project SH, designated
Identify project beneficiaries Sept. 2016 - -
beneficiaries team
Video clips on producing correct sounds,
Convene English teachers to come up with using interactive lessons downloaded SH, designated
Sept. 2016 - -
different interventions using the CI process from internet, reading sessions using team
library hub books, etc.
Pilot the designed interventions to identified -19 non-readers become readers SH, designated MOOE,
beneficiaries Oct. -Nov. 2016 P 45,000.00
-Enhanced academic performance team LGU
-1% increase in the no. of readers from
Dec.-Jan. 2017
among the non-readers in the other grade
Rollout the program to other non-readers in levels SH, designated
P 60,000.00 MOOE
the other grade levels - Improved reading comprehension skill team
- 3% increase in English NAT MPS at the
March 2017
end of the school year
Lessons learned and best practices
Conduct benchmarking & sharing of best SH, designated
gathered as bases for sustainability of the March 2017 P 15,000.00 MOOE
practices team
project properly documented
Project Team

EVELY C. AMANTE ZHARY APRIL O. ANFONE JUNAFLOR G. BANONG JELIAN BEB L. QUILIOPE ELWIN D. PACULANANG ADORNIE POLUTAN JUVERIZA C. REBUSA
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member Member

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Project Title: Boosting Readiness & Ingenuity for Development & Greater Empowerment (BRIDGE)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________

Problem Statement: 90% of the grade 7 students are non-numerates.


_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Objective Statement: To increase NAT result in Math by 9% in 3 years with 3% increase per year
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Root Cause: Low numeracy skill


_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of
Person/s Budget
Activity Output Implementatio Budget
Responsible Source
n
SH, Math
Conduct diagnostic numeracy test to grade 7
450 non-numerates Aug. 2016 department - -
students
(as one team)
SH, designated
Identify beneficiaries 15 identified beneficiaries Aug. 2016 - -
team
Conduct conference with Math teachers to
SH, designated
share the activities and strategies used as Interactive lessons in Math, flashcards,
Aug. 2016 team, pilot CI - -
interventions by the pilot CI team in carrying powerpoint presentations, video clips
team
out their original CI project
- the 15 identified beneficiaries become
Oct. Dec. 2016
Carry out the designed interventions to numerates SH, designated MOOE,
P 40,000.00
identified beneficiaries - 3% increase in Math NAT MPS at the end team LGU
March 2017
of the school year
-Another 15 non-numerates identified as
Rollout the implementation to other students MOOE,
project beneficiaries Nov. Jan. 2017 SH P 50,000.00
with similar deficiencies PTA

Lessons learned and best practices


Conduct benchmarking and sharing of best
gathered as bases for projects March 2017 P 10,000.00 MOOE
practices
sustainability properly
Project Team

EDWIN B. JALISAN CHRISTINE R. VERANO CHRISTEEN G. EROSIDO SETH C. GRAFIL FRANCISCO C.MAYAGMA LEAH G. ESMILLE CARABOT L. LILIBETH
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member Member

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Project Title: Count Me In (CMI)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________
Problem Statement: 100% of the officers and members of the SPT, SGC, PTA Board of Directors and Key officers were not trained.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Objective Statement: Increase participation of internal and external stakeholders in the implementations of school programs and projects by 5%
every school year
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: Inadequate knowledge of stakeholders about their roles and responsibilities
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of Person/s Budget


Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

SH, designated
Prepare a training design 1 training design prepared Aug. 2016 - -
team

Submit Training Design to the division office SH, designated


Approved training design Sept. 2016 - -
for approval team

SH, designated MOOE,


Conduct training 1 training conducted Sept. 2016 P 60,000.00
team PTA

SH, designated
Prepare Training Completion Report 1 Training Completion Report completed Sept. 2016 - -
team
Conduct FGD on the learnings/insights gained
SH, designated
by the participants FGD conducted and documented Oct. 2016
team
Monitor the project results by noting
5% increase in stakeholders participation
improvements of stakeholders participation in Nov. 2016 SH, designated
in the implementation of programs and
the implementation of school programs and onward team
projects
projects
Project Team

LEWELIN P. GUANZON JINKY V. COLOYAN AITOR C. LIU EVELYN B. AGUSTIN REMEGIA G. BOMEDIANO APRIL JOY C. GRAFIL
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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Project Title: School Harnessing Partners for Excellence (SHaPE)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________

Problem Statement: Partnerships for immersion have not been created.


__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Project Objective Statement: Create partnerships for immersion of SHS students at the end of March, 2017
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Root Cause: Administration has not created a team to scout for possible partnerships based on the schools course offerings.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of Person/s Budget


Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

Convene the members of the team to scout


1 team created Aug. 2016 SH - -
for partnerships

-1 orientation completed and roles and


functions of each member fully
Orient the members of the team understood Aug. 2016 SH - -
-DepEd guidelines and standards in
establishing partnerships well-discussed

Sept. 2016- SH, designated


Conduct MOA signing for created partnerships Established partnerships for immersion - -
March 2017 team

Project Team

MARJORIE J. ABRIO ZANDRA GRACE C. LIM REMA JOY G. PANCHO BERNADETH M. QUIPOT JOCELYN V. VILLAGRACIA REY C. ANFONE
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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Project Title: KSA sa CIP (Kayang Sugpuin Agad sa Continuous Improvement Program)
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ____________

Problem Statement: 90% of the teachers need to enhance their KSA on the CI process
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Objective Statement: Institutionalize CI program by consistently implementing CI projects every school year based on needs
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Root Cause: KSA of teachers on the CI process need enhancement


_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of Person/s Budget


Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

Conduct FGD with teachers to gather information Teachers training need about the CI SH, Pilot CI
Aug. 2016 - -
which part of the CI process needs to be clarified process diagnosed team
-1 Action plan for reorientation
Orient the CI pilot team and prepare them for
prepared SH, Pilot CI
coaching sessions to be conducted with a specific Aug. 2016 - -
- Enhanced teachers KSA on the CI team
group of teachers during the LAC sessions
process
Cluster the teachers based on their identified CI SH, Pilot CI
9 organized clusters Aug. 2016 - -
projects team

Assign a specific coach for each cluster 1 coach per project team Aug. 2016 SH - -
MOOE,
Carry out the CI project with the coachs Pilot CI team
9 well-implemented CI projects Sept. - Dec. 2016 P 300,000.00 LGU,
supervision coach
PTA
CI
Prepare a completion report of each CI project 9 completed CI projects Dec. 2016 implementers - -

- Shared best practices for rollout to


other groups SH, CI MOOE,
Conduct a school symposium showcasing the gains - Sustained CI projects Jan. 2017-March
implementers, P 150,000.00 PTA,
of the different CI projects 2017
-Best practices and lessons learned pilot CI team LGU
properly documented
Project Team

LUCRECIA C. NICOLAS JULIET C. AVILES EVELY C. AMANTE EMY A. TINGSON EDWIN B. JALISAN
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member

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Project Title: Reach, Act, Communicate and Help (ReACH) for Increased Participation
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Problem Statement: 88% attendance of parents and other stakeholders to extra-curricular activities
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Objective Statement: Increase stakeholders participation to extra-curricular activities by 5%
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: The importance of certain activities not fully understood by parents & other stakeholders
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________

Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix


Date of Person/s Budget
Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

Conduct a meeting with HRPTA officers 1 HRPTA officers meeting on the SH, designated team,
discussing the importance of all activities as activities stipulated in the School Sept. 2016 PTA Board of Directors - -
stipulated in the School Calendar Calendar & Key officers
SH, designated team,
Assign officers certain roles to play in each
1 activity per officer Sept. 2016 PTA Board of Directors - -
activity & key officers
Discuss the mechanics and importance of SH, designated team,
100% of the activities in the School
each activity to enhance and encourage their Sept. 2016 PTA Board of Directors - -
Calendar well-advocated & key officers
participation
Allow HRPTA officers to share what has been
HRPTA officers,
discussed to the rest of the parents in their Homeroom level advocacy done Oct. 2016 - -
homeroom organization advisers
Create a group to advocate the activities to
the community and the government officials 1 Advocacy team created Oct. 2016 SH, designated team - -
and employees
-Lessons learned, accomplishments
Conduct feedback sessions on the carrying done, and other observations
Oct. 2016 SH, designated team - -
out of tasks assigned gathered and shared for
benchmarking and documentation
- Strengths and suggestions for
improvement shared and
SH, designated team, MOOE,
Evaluate the implementation of each activity documented March 2017 P 10,000.00
PTA officers PTA
- Increased parents and other
stakeholders participation to
identified school activities by 5% at
the end of the school year

Project Team

EMERITA QUILIOPE MELISSA PRECYFEL E. BOHOL EVELYN VENTOLERO REYNANTE MATULA MEIL ANTONY CADIMAS
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member

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Project Title: Incentive for Complete Attendance and Responsive Engagement (ICARE)
___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Problem Statement: Only 22% of the number of parents in school attend extra-curricular activities from start to finish
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ __
Project Objective Statement: To increase parents attendance to extra-curricular activities from start to finish by 10% at the end of the school year
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Root Cause: Parents only write in the attendance sheets at the start of the activity but do not stay until the end of the activity
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _____________
Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix

Date of Person/s Budget


Activity Output Budget
Implementation Responsible Source

Gather feedback from the parents as to their


1st week of October GC, class advisers &
reasons for not staying based on previous Reasons for not staying identified - -
2016 designated team
activities

Brainstorm strategies to capture parents


1st week of October GC, class advisers &
attention and interest to complete their 2 or more strategies identified - -
2016 designated team
attendance to activities
Select one strategy to be to undergo pilot 1 strategy selected(Giving 1st week of October GC, class advisers &
- -
testing awards, incentives and door prizes) 2016 designated team
MOOE,
Strategy tested during the Family GC & designated PTA,
Pilot test the strategy Jan. 2017 P 25,000.00 LGU,
Day team
Alumni
donations

- 1 FGD done, lessons learned,


suggestions for improvement noted SH, GC & designated
Evaluate the activity by listening to parents Feb. to March 2017 - -
-Increased parents attendance team
feedback about the strategy
to extra-curricular activities by 10%

- Consistently increasing SH, GC, class advisers


Sustain the project in the succeeding years & designated team
parents attendance until Feb. to March 2017 - -
excellence is achieved
Project Team

MARGIE C. ACABAL JAMES Y. SILORI AGNES A. SILVA JOHN E. VILLANUEVA GENEL L. BABOR KENNY GIL A. SOCORRO
Team Leader Documenter Scribe Member Member Member

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MABINAY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

IV. PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE


DEPED INTERMEDIATE PRIORITY TIME FRAME
LEARNING GENERAL OBJECTIVE/S ROOT CAUSE/S
OUTCOMES IMPROVEMENT 2016- 2017- 2018-
STAGE
2017 2018 2019
AREA

IO1: Education leaders and managers Less involvement of To increase participation of Inadequate knowledge of
practice participative and inclusive stakeholders in the SGC, PTA Board of Directors & stakeholders about their
management processes implementation of key officers in the roles and responsibilities

school programs and implementation of school
projects programs and projects by 5%
every school year

Unidentified To identify at least 2 partners Administration has not


partnerships for job for job immersion of SHS created a team to scout
immersion of SHS students by the end of for possible partnerships

students October, 2016 based on the schools
course offerings.

7-12
IO2: Internal systems and processes CI program in the To institutionalize CI program KSA of teachers about
needed for continuous improvement school is partially by consistently implementing the CI program need to
in place implemented CI projects every school year be enhanced.
based on needs

IO3: Growing number of stakeholders Unsustained To enhance stakeholders Importance of certain


actively participate and collaborate in stakeholders participation by 15% in all activities not fully
convergence mechanisms at all levels participation in the school activities for three years understood by parents

schools extra-curricular with 5% increase per school & other stakeholders
activities year
Increase the number of Inadequate opportunities
Insufficient KSA about parents who understand their of parents to attend
responsible parenting roles on parenting from 45% training on responsible
to 60% with 5% increase per parenthood
school year
Increase parents attendance Parents only write in the
Unsustained parents to extra-curricular activities attendance sheets at the
attendance to extra- from start to finish by 10% at start of the activity but
curricular activities the end of the school year do not stay until the end
of the activity

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V. ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
SCHOOL YEAR 2016 - 2017

SCHOOL
PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
IMPROVEMENT OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
PROJECT TITLE

4 Organized peer groups Create a peer support SH, GC,


mechanism for SARDOs in Sept. 2016 /
among SARDOs with 4 designated - -
grade 7 School
members in each group team

4 organized peer groups fully Conduct orientation on the SH, GC,


Sept. 2016 /
understood the project mechanics of the project designated - -
School
mechanics team
Train peer groups on topics
4 organized peer groups among
related to self-discovery SH, GC,
SARDOs developed self-identity Sept. 2016 /
and increasing motivation designated P 60,000.00 MOOE
and enhanced their motivation to School
complete their schooling to complete education team
To reduce
dropout rate SH, GC,
Self-Discovery for 2 SARDOs make up 1 buddy Form a buddy system Sept. 2016 /
from 6% to system designated - -
Increased among SARDOs School
1% with team
Motivation
1.67%
(SIM) -Prepared list of activities that
decrease per
school year each member of the buddy
Come up with a list of SH, GC,
system carried out Sept. 2016 /
standards for each buddy designated
- -Buddys whereabouts properly School
system to carry out team
trackedto ensure that tracked to ensure that he/she is
able to fi able to finish the school year

- 16 - 16 SARDOs saved
Make a regular follow up of the
- Another group of SARDOs
peer groups/buddy systems GC, designated
become beneficiaries of the March 2017
team - -
project
Roll out the project to other
- Increased number of Jan. 2017
SARDOs in the same/Mother SH, GC, P 60,000.00 MOOE
beneficiaries March 2017
grade levels designated team
- 1.67 % decrease in dropout rate
at the end of the school year

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

100% of the parents of the


Conduct orientation with SH, designated P 15,000.00
dropouts fully oriented on the Aug. 2016 / MOOE,
parents of the grade 7 team to handle
project rationale and School PTA
dropouts the project
objectives
4 organized sub-groups with 4
members in each group and 1 Organize sub-groups
SH, team Aug. 2016 /
parent leader for the pilot assigning 1 parent leader
leader School
implementation per group

- 20 parents identified as
members of the sub-groups
well-capacitated/oriented Capacity - building/training
Parents To reduce about their roles and duties of parents identified as SH, team Sept. 2016/
Engagement to dropout rate - Increased understanding of P 45,000.00 MOOE
members of the sub-groups assigned School
Morally from 6% to 1% identified parents about the
Support with 1.67% important role they play in the
Students decrease per success of their children
(PEMSS) school year
Regular conference of the
pilot group as feedback
-Best practices shared and sessions and group sharing Sept. 2016
SH, designated
documented for replication of strategies on how they March, 2017/ - -
team
support each others needs School
as parents of SARDOs

- SARDOs parents needs


promptly addressed
Roll-out the project to other Jan. 2017
- Enhanced parental support SH, designated MOOE,
parents of SARDOs in the March 2017/ P 60,000.00
to childrens education team SEF
same/other grade levels School
- 1.67 % decrease in dropout
rate

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

Conduct survey on which


GC, class
Parents able to identify topics topics parents are Dec. 2016 /
advisers & - -
for the activity interested to be trained designated team
School
about
GC, class
Organized 4 groups based on Group parents as to the Dec. 2016 /
advisers & - -
their chosen topic topics they have chosen designated team
School

GC, class
1 resource speaker assigned Assign a resource speaker Dec. 2016 /
advisers & - -
for each topic for each topic designated team School

Increase the Conduct a simultaneous GC &


Lecture discussion on each Jan. 2017 /
number of lecture/open forum on the said designated - -
Parenting is topic conducted topic during the session School
parents who team
Fun, When I
understand Evaluate the activity by
Understand 1 FGD done, lessons learned, Feb. 2016
their roles on listening to parents GC & designated
suggestions for improvement March 2017 / - -
parenting from feedback about the session team
noted School
45% to 50% they have attended
Choose 3 representatives
Family day activity well-
from each group to share
advocated to parents; GC, class Feb. 2016
insights/learnings about the
increased participation & advisers & March 2017 / - -
topic during the second designated team
opportunity to understand School
general assembly of the
their roles as parents
current school year
-Increased the number of
parents who understand their Conduct the same activity SH, GC & March 2017 / MOOE,
P 10,000.00
roles on parenting by 5% during the next family day designated team School PTA

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

SH, designated
team
composed of
100% of the teachers well- Conduct orientation among Aug. 2016 /
department - -
oriented about the project teachers about the project School
heads/subject
area
coordinators

8 groups based on the Create clusters based on SH, team Aug. 2016 /
- -
subjects offered in school subject areas handled leader School
100% of the
teachers shall
Indigenization regularly Designate & coach
8 Designated and well- Aug. 2016 /
through LAC implement facilitators to handle the SH - -
equipped facilitators School
(I-LAC) localization / LAC sessions
indigenization
of curriculum
Carry out the appropriate Sept. 2016
number of LAC sessions as SH, designated
5 LAC sessions or as needed Onwards / P 10,000.00 MOOE
needed by teachers team
School

100% of the teachers


Supervise the
consistently implement
implementation to track
localization/indigenization of Sept. 2016
consistency, effectiveness SH, designated
curriculum as shown in daily March 2017 / - -
and efficiency of the team
lesson plans/daily lesson logs School
utilization of the
or in actual observation
aforementioned strategy
results

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

Conduct orientation of class


100% of the class advisers advisers with other subject SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
-
oriented teachers and all other team School
personnel
Formulate
Standards-based guidelines/standards on SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
-
implementation of SWaM school solid waste team School
management
Incorporate guidelines in SH, designated
Enhanced Clean & Green the institutionalized Clean & team, Clean & Aug. 2016 /
-
Program of the school Green Program of the Green Program School
school Coordinator
To enhance Conduct training of all school SH, designated
Solid Waste MOOE,
personnels and 100% of the personnel well- personnel on the schools team, Clean & Sept. 2016 /
Management P 20,000.00 LGU,
students skills trained about SWaM initiated solid waste Green Program School
(SWaM): SEF
in waste management program Coordinator
MNHS Way
management
-Segregated waste Implement the activities
-Prompt disposal of garbage outlined in the standards SH, designated Sept. 2016 /
P 20,000.00 MOOE
-Clean and healthful school set for school solid waste team School
environment management
-Best practices shared and
documented
-Observations/suggestions for
improvement discussed
Sept. 2016 -
-Sustainability of project SH, designated
Monitor the implementation March 2017 /
Ensured team
-100% of the sections School
disposed their properly
segregated garbage in designated
areas

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

100% of students with failing Conduct a meeting with


SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
grades disclosed reasons why students who had failing - -
they failed team School
grades last school year
Identify beneficiaries by
24 identified pilot beneficiaries of prioritizing those students SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
- -
the project with two or more failing team School
grades
Validated reasons of their failing Conduct further interview SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
- -
grades with beneficiaries team School
Maximum of 8 groups created
Group students who failed in SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
based on the number of subjects - -
the same subjects team School
in school
Absenteeism
To reduce Conduct an intervention
Lessened, Peer coaching, , providing
failure rate by based on their interests to
Increased additional worksheets especially
3% from help them stay in school Sept. - Dec.
Value for on competencies not mastered, SH, designated
3.55% to .55% and sustain their 2016 / P 60,000.00 MOOE
Education tutorial classes by performing team
with a decrease students, etc. based on the need attendance in the School
(ALIVE)
of 1% per year of the students interventions and in their
classes
Give recognition or award
to students with the highest
attendance in the
Jan. 2017-
Lessened truancy/absenteeism interventions and in their SH, designated
March 2017 / P 30,000.00 MOOE
among the beneficiaries regular classes every team
School
grading period and 1 major
award on attendance at the
end of the school year
-Reduced absenteeism among
Rollout the implementation to
students with failing grades SH, designated March 2017 /
other students with similar P 60,000.00 MOOE
-1% decrease in failure rate at team School
problems
the end of the school year

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

19 non-readers and 161 SH, English Aug. 2016 /


students in the frustration Conduct ORV in grade 7 department as - -
School
level one team
19 non-readers identified as Identify project SH, designated Sept. 2016 /
beneficiaries - -
the project beneficiaries team School
Video clips on producing
correct sounds, using Convene English teachers
interactive lessons to come up with different SH, designated Sept. 2016 /
- -
downloaded from internet, interventions using the CI team School
reading sessions using library process
hub books, etc.
Boosting
To increase -19 non-readers become
Readiness & Pilot the designed Oct. -Nov.
NAT result in readers SH, designated MOOE,
Ingenuity for interventions to identified 2016 / P 45,000.00
English by 9% -Enhanced academic team LGU
Development beneficiaries School
in 3 years with performance
& Greater
3% increase
Empowerment -1% increase in the no. of Dec. 2016
per year
(BRIDGE) readers from among the non- Jan. 2017 /
readers in the other grade School
levels Rollout the program to
SH, designated
- Improved reading other non-readers in the P 60,000.00 MOOE
team
comprehension skill other grade levels
- 3% increase in English NAT
MPS at the end of the school March 2017/
year School
Lessons learned and best
practices gathered as bases
Conduct benchmarking & SH, designated March 2017 /
for sustainability of the project P 15,000.00 MOOE
sharing of best practices team School
properly documented

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

Conduct diagnostic SH, Math


Aug. 2016 /
450 non-numerates numeracy test to grade 7 department - -
School
students (as one team)

SH, designated Aug. 2016 /


15 Identified beneficiaries Identify beneficiaries - -
team School

Conduct conference with


Math teachers to share the
Interactive lessons in Math, activities and strategies SH, designated Aug. 2016 /
flashcards, powerpoint used as interventions by - -
team School
presentations, video clips the pilot CI team in
Boosting carrying out their original
To increase
Readiness & CI project
NAT result in
Ingenuity for - the 15 identified
Math by 9% in Oct. Dec.
Development beneficiaries become
3 years with Carry out the designed 2016
& Greater numerates SH, designated MOOE,
3% increase interventions to identified P 40,000.00
Empowerment - 3% increase in Math NAT team LGU
per year beneficiaries March 2017 /
(BRIDGE) MPS at the end of the school
School
year
- Another 15 non-numerates
Rollout the implementation Nov. 2016-
identified as project MOOE,
to other students with SH Jan. 2017/ P 50,000.00
beneficiaries PTA
similar deficiencies School

Lessons learned and best


practices gathered as bases Conduct benchmarking and March 2017 /
P 10,000.00 MOOE
for projects sustainability sharing of best practices School
properly

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

SH, designated Aug. 2016 /


1 training design prepared Prepare a training design - -
team School

Submit Training Design to


SH, designated Sept. 2016 /
Approved training design the division office for - -
team School
approval
Increase
participation of
internal and SH, designated Sept. 2016 / MOOE,
1 Training conducted Conduct training P 60,000.00
external team School PTA
stakeholders in
Count Me In the
(CMI) implementation 1 Training Completion Report Prepare Training SH, designated Sept. 2016 /
- -
s of school completed Completion Report team School
programs and
projects by 5% Conduct FGD on the
every school FGD conducted and learnings/insights gained by SH, designated Oct. 2016 /
- -
year documented the participants team School

Monitor the project results


5% increase in stakeholders by noting improvements of
Nov. 2016
participation in the stakeholders participation SH, designated
onward / -
implementation of programs in the implementation of team
School
and projects school programs and
projects

SCHOOL PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER 28


BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
PROJECT
TITLE

Convene the members of


the team to scout for Aug. 2016 /
1 team created SH - -
partnerships School

Create
School partnerships -1 orientation completed and
Harnessing for immersion roles and functions of each Orient the members of the
Partners for of SHS member fully understood team Aug. 2016 /
SH - -
Excellence students at the -DepEd guidelines and School
(SHaPE) end of October, standards in establishing
2016 partnerships well-discussed

Established partnerships for Conduct MOA signing for SH, designated Oct. 2016 /
created partnerships - -
immersion team School

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE

Conduct FGD with teachers


Teachers training need about to gather information which SH, Pilot CI Aug. 2016 /
- -
the CI process diagnosed part of the CI process team School
needs to be clarified
Orient the CI pilot team and
-1 Action plan for prepare them for coaching
reorientation prepared sessions to be conducted SH, Pilot CI Aug. 2016 /
- -
- Enhanced teachers KSA on with a specific group of team School
the CI process teachers during the LAC
sessions
Institutionalize Cluster the teachers based
KSA sa SH, Pilot CI Aug. 2016 /
CI program by 9 organized clusters on their identified CI - -
CIP(Kayang team School
consistently projects
Sugpuin
implementing
Agad sa Assign a specific coach for Aug. 2016 /
CI projects 1 coach per project team SH - -
Continuous each cluster School
every school
Improvement Sept. Dec. MOOE,
year based on 9 well-implemented CI Carry out the CI project Pilot CI team
Program) 2016 / P 300,000.00 LGU,
needs projects with the coachs supervision coach
School PTA
CI
Prepare a completion report Dec. 2016 /
9 completed CI projects implementers - -
of each CI project School

- Shared best practices for


rollout to other groups Conduct a school
SH, CI Jan. 2017 - MOOE,
- Sustained CI projects symposium showcasing the
implementers, March 2017 / P 150,000.00 PTA,
-Best practices and lessons gains of the different CI
pilot CI team School LGU
learned properly documented projects

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SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET PER BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE ACTIVITY SOURCE
TITLE
Conduct a meeting with HRPTA
SH, designated
1 HRPTA officers meeting on the officers discussing the
team, PTA Board Sept. 2016 /
activities stipulated in the School importance of all activities as - -
of Directors & School
Calendar stipulated in the School
Key officers
Calendar
SH, designated
Assign officers certain roles to team, PTA Board Sept. 2016 /
1 activity per officer - -
play in each activity of Directors & School
key officers
Discuss the mechanics and SH, designated
100% of the activities in the importance of each activity to team, PTA Board Sept. 2016 /
- -
School Calendar well-advocated enhance and encourage their of Directors & School
participation key officers
Allow HRPTA officers to share
Reach, Act, what has been discussed to HRPTA officers, Oct. 2016 /
Increase Homeroom level advocacy - -
Communicate the rest of the parents in their advisers School
stakeholders
and Help homeroom organization
participation to
(ReACH) for
extra-curricular Create a group to advocate the
Increased activities to the community SH, designated Oct. 2016 /
activities by 5%
Participation 1 Advocacy team created - -
and the government officials team School
and employees
-Lessons learned,
accomplishments done, and other Conduct feedback sessions on
SH, designated Oct. 2016 /
observations gathered and the carrying out of tasks - -
team School
shared for benchmarking and assigned
documentation
- Strengths and suggestions for
improvement shared and
documented
SH, designated
- Increased parents and other Evaluate the implementation March 2017 / MOOE,
team, PTA P 10,000.00
stakeholders participation to of each activity School PTA
officers
identified school activities by 5%
at the end of the school year

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SCHOOL BUDGET
IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PERSON(S) SCHEDULE/ BUDGET
OUTPUT FOR THE YEAR ACTIVITIES PER
PROJECT OBJECTIVE RESPONSIBLE VENUE SOURCE
ACTIVITY
TITLE

Gather feedback from the


GC, class
Reasons for not staying parents as to their reasons 1st week of
advisers & - -
identified for not staying based on designated team October 2016
previous activities
Brainstorm strategies to
capture parents attention GC, class
and interest to complete 1st week of
2 or more strategies identified advisers & - -
their attendance to designated team October 2016
activities

To increase 1 strategy selected(Giving GC, class


Incentive for parents Select one strategy to be to 1st week of
awards, incentives and door advisers & - -
Complete attendance to undergo pilot testing October 2016
prizes) designated team
Attendance extra-curricular
and activities from MOOE,
Responsive start to finish by GC & PTA, LGU,
10% at the end
Strategy tested during the Pilot test the strategy
Engagement designated Jan. 2017 P 25,000.00
of the school Family Day Alumni
(ICARE) team
year donations
- 1 FGD done, lessons
learned, suggestions for Evaluate the activity by
improvement noted listening to parents SH, GC & Feb. to March
- -
-Increased parents feedback about the strategy designated team 2017
attendance to extra-curricular
activities by 10%

Consistently increasing SH, GC, class


Sustain the project in the Feb. to March
parents attendance until advisers & - -
succeeding years designated team 2017
excellence is achieved

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VI. MONITORING AND EVALUATION

Monitoring and Evaluation is the task of the School Planning Team.

This must be done in the middle of the year or implementation and at the end of the year or implementation. Therefore, every
project must be monitored at least twice during the implementation.

Issues and lessons learned must be documented. Thus, every project team must keep the means of verification from the start of
the project to the completion of the same.

Indicators of success must also be documented for possible sharing of best practices.

FGD will also be conducted to supplement the data stipulated in the MOVs or documents gathered. This will be done by the SPT
and project team.

The template attached will also be used every time a project monitoring activity will be conducted.

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Scheduled Dates of Monitoring
Mid-year: ______________________________ Year-end: ___________________

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Name of Project Objectives Date of Accomplishments/ Issues/ Recommendations Signature
Project and Targets Monitoring Status to Date Problems/ of SPT and
Challenges Project
Team
Leader

Self-Discovery To reduce dropout


for Increased rate from 6% to 1%
Motivation with 1.67% decrease
(SIM) per school year

Parents
To reduce dropout
Engagement to
rate from 6% to 1%
Morally Support
with 1.67% decrease
Students
per school year
(PEMSS)

Increase the number


Parenting is
of parents who
Fun, When I
understand their roles
Understand
on parenting from
45% to 50%

100% of the teachers


Indigenization shall regularly
through LAC implement localization
(I-LAC) / indigenization of
curriculum

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(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)
Name of Project Objectives Date of Accomplishments/ Issues/ Recommendations Signature
Project and Targets Monitoring Status to Date Problems/ of SPT and
Challenges Project
Team
Leader
Solid Waste To enhance
Management personnels and
(SWaM): students skills in
MNHS Way waste management

Absenteeism
To reduce failure rate
Lessened,
by 3% from 3.55% to
Increased Value
.55% with a decrease
for Education
of 1% per year
(ALIVE)
Boosting
Readiness &
To increase NAT result
Ingenuity for
in English by 9% in 3
Development &
years with 3%
Greater
increase per year
Empowerment
(BRIDGE)
Boosting
Readiness &
To increase NAT result
Ingenuity for
in Math by 9% in 3
Development &
years with 3%
Greater
increase per year
Empowerment
(BRIDGE)
Increase participation
of internal and
Count Me In external stakeholders
(CMI) in the
implementations of
school programs and

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projects by 5% every
school year

(1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7)


Name of Project Objectives Date of Accomplishments/ Issues/ Recommendations Signature
Project and Targets Monitoring Status to Date Problems/ of SPT and
Challenges Project
Team
Leader

School
Create partnerships
Harnessing
for immersion of SHS
Partners for
students at the end of
Excellence
October, 2016
(SHaPE)

KSA sa Institutionalize CI
CIP(Kayang program by
Sugpuin Agad consistently
sa Continuous implementing CI
Improvement projects every school
Program year based on needs

Reach, Act,
Communicate Increase stakeholders
and Help participation to extra-
(ReACH) for curricular activities by
Increased 5%
Participation
Incentive for To increase parents
Complete attendance to extra-
Attendance and curricular activities
Responsive from start to finish by
Engagement 10% at the end of the
(ICARE) school year

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