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Republic of the Philippines

Region X – Northern Mindanao


Department of Education
Division of Lanao del Norte
SND EAST DISTRICT
PIRAKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Piraka , SND, Lanao del Norte

December 29, 2016


EMMALINDA E. DUHAYLUNGSOD, CESO V
Schools Division Superintendent
Division of Lanao del Norte

Ma’am:
We are proud and happy to inform you that the Piraka Elementary
School has completed the enhanced School Improvement Plan (e-SIP) for
School Years 2017-2019. We are endorsing this document for your perusal,
review and acceptance.
It is also our honor to inform you that this e-SIP is a collaboration of
the School Planning Team (SPT). Below are the members of the said team.

SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM

JOHAINA M. DIMAAMPAO H. FARHANA O. SANAYON


President, SPG Representative, Alumni

AVELINO D. ARUMPAC BASHIT K. TOMA


Brgy. Captain, Payong President, PTA

SOMAIR M. ODIN JASMIN S. CARIGA


Guidance Coordinator President, Faculty Club

RATNA S. DUMAGAY SOMAIR M. ODIN


School M & E Coordinator School ICT Coordinator

CASMIR O. CARIGA
School Head
Reviewed by: Recommending Approval:

ERVIN M. PLANAS MYRNALYN M. MARUHOM, Ph.D.


District Supervisor Chief, CID
MARIA CARMILA T. ABLIN
Chief, SGOD
Approved:

EMMALINDA E. DUHAYLUNGSOD, CESO V


Schools Division Superintendent
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PART I

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PART II

SCHOOL’S SITUATION

Piraka Elementary School is one of the Elementary Schools of Sultan Naga


Dimapaoro East District situated at Barangay Piraka in the Municipality of
Sultan Naga Dimaporo province of Lanao Del Norte.

It is located along the National Highway and twenty kilometers (20)


away from Poblacion, Sultan Naga Dimaporo. It can reached with thirty (45)
minutes travel through PAYONG- PAYONG” a motor cab with fifty pesos one
way fare.

The school site is in a lowland area surrounded by coconut trees and


has a big space for the playground and sports facilities. It has 6 buildings &
(6) makeshift classrooms.

Its increasing enrolment is manifestation of the school- aged children


of the community and its neighboring barangays.

On the other hand, the school is not worried of our school population
because most of the families are pro-life advocates. Presently, the school is a
mono grade, complete and non-central school from kindergarten to grade 6
with an enrolment of 712 pupils with 99% Muslims and 1% Christians, with
8 teachers.
The school has learners who are recipients of Conditional Cash Transfer
(CCT) or better known as 4Ps.

Piraka Elementary School has recorded pleasant National Achievement


Test MPS results for the last three years. The school has recorded an
increasing NAT result due to the collective efforts of the teachers in the
implementation of intervention programs to better serve the pupils and
enhance their full potentials.

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Definitely true, the school has maintained effective, efficient, and
harmonious relationship with the community to build a better school for their
children. Parents are involved in the school planning, activities, and
celebrations of triumphs. Giving importance to their sacrifices and efforts
especially their helping hands, the school has recognized and celebrated their
roles and support through an annual recognition program. Through this
appreciation, the school receives more support from the community. Of
course, without proper school management, stakeholders will not extend help
to the school. In the same manner, the school makes sure also that its
stakeholders will be informed about its achievement for them to be proud of.
Today, Piraka Elementary School is making its way to be a consistent
achiever school. With the cooperation of teachers and community, quality
teaching, support of stakeholders, effective and efficient school leadership
through SBM, technical assistance from Division Office and the support of
Department of Education, we can realize better the mission, vision, and goals
of the DepEd.

ELEMENTARY

School Report Card is a tool for informing our stakeholders about the
context, situation and performance of our school. Along these lines, Piraka
Elementary School Planning Team takes the course of defining its SRC with
the purpose of knowing the current situations in terms of all indicators
specified hereunder, and taking into accounts its comparative data for the
last three (3) years

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ACCESS

This refers to the situation of school children or the learners’ access in


and out of school.

1. Enrolment

The enrolment is continuously


Enrolment by Genderincreasing.
700

600

500

400

640 648 665


300

200
312 328 339 318 347
309
100

0
2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016

Male Female Total

2. Number and Rate of Dropout by Cause

Number of Dropout by Cause


There are no 1.00
cases of drop out 0.90
0.80
being recorded 0.70
for the past two 0.60
years. 0.50
0.40
0.30
0.20
0.10
0.00
2014-2015 2015-2016 2015-2016
Family Issue 0.00 0.00 0.00
Sickness 0.00 0.00 0.00

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QUALITY
It refers to the situation that affects learner’s performance and the
school in general.
1. Percentage of Learners who completed the SY (Promotion Rate)

Promotion Rate
100.00% 100.00% 100.00%
100.00%

80.00%

60.00%

40.00%

20.00%

0.00%
SY 2013-2014 SY 2014-2015 SY 2015-2016

No. of Promoted Pupils Per Grade Level


700

66 22
600 67

112 24
500 111

109 110 35
400

300 115 115 54

200 103 109 55

100 101 103 46

0 34 33 38
SY2013-2014 SY2014-2015 SY2015-2016

Kindergarten Grade 1 Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6

All the learners from K to Grade 6 were being promoted


since the last three years.

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2. NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST

NAT6 MPS SY: 2014-2015

FILIPINO MATHEMATICS ENGLISH SCIENCE HEKASI


88.98 90.12 89.97 88.34
74.19

Category 1

Data show that the NAT results for the last 3 consecutive school years have been
increasing. In the recent NAT, pupils performed well in MATHEMATICS, ENGLISH,
SCIENCE AND HEKASI. Intervention maybe needed to help the pupils in the area of
FILIPINO.

NAT Results
100.00%
90.00%
80.00% 86%
83.32%
70.00%
71.09%
60.00%
50.00%
40.00%
30.00%
20.00%
10.00%
0.00%
2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015

NAT Results

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3. NAT 3 RESULTS FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE YEARS

85.76

82.75

75.77

2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015

The data show a fluctuating results of NAT 3 for 3 consecutive years. This
means we need to sustain some of the best practices and improve those
competencies with very low performance.

4. HEALTH NUTRITION STATUS

Number of Learners by Health Status, SY


2016-2017

200
177
156 159

200
0 0 0 0
150 0 0 0 0 Obese
Over weight
100 Normal
0 0 0 0
50 0 0 0 0 Wasted
Severey Wasted
0

Severey Wasted Wasted Normal Over weight Obese

Pupils are of normal weight.

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5. SCHOOL AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Category Title Year AWARD GIVING BODY


School District Division
School SBM Level 2 2014 /
Learners Luksung Lubid 1st Placer 2015 /
School Science Star Awards over-all 2016 /
Champion
Learners Team Building-BSP 2016 /
Jamboree

GOVERNANCE

Refers to the areas where school addresses situations to be improved


and the quality of school management.

6. SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT LEVEL

SBM-LEVEL Qualitative
Interpretation:
II Maturing

7. CHILD-FRIENDLY SCHOOL SYSTEM SURVEY

CFSS Points Qualitative


Interpretation:
30 Outstanding CFS

8. TEACHER-PUPIL RATIO SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017


(18 Teachers: 712 Pupils)

An average of 40 pupils per teacher but grade two and grade five classes exceeded the
1:40
ideal teacher-pupil ratio with 1:48 and 1:56 respectively.

9. CLASSROOM-PUPIL RATIO SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017:

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(17 CLASSROOMS: 712 PUPILS)

10. NAT 3 RESULTS FOR 3 CONSECUTIVE YEARS

80

75 75.20

70 68.32

65
63.00
60

55

2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015

The data show a fluctuating results of NAT 3 for 3 consecutive years. This
means we need to sustain some of the best practices and improve those
competencies with very low performance.

11. HEALTH NUTRITION STATUS

Number of Learners by Health Status, SY


2016-2017

200
177
156 159

200
0 0 0 0
150 0 0 0 0 Obese
Over weight
100 Normal
0 0 0 0
50 0 0 0 0 Wasted
Severey Wasted
0

Severey Wasted Wasted Normal Over weight Obese

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12. SCHOOL AWARDS AND RECOGNITION

Category Title Year AWARD GIVING BODY


School District Division
School SBM Level 2 2014 /
Learners Luksung Lubid 1st Placer 2015 /
School Science Star Awards over-all 2016 /
Champion
Learners BSP Jamboree- 2016 /

GOVERNANCE

Refers to the areas where school addresses situations to be improved


and the quality of school management.
Pupils are of normal weight.

13. SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT LEVEL

SBM-LEVEL Qualitative
Interpretation:
II Maturing

14. CHILD-FRIENDLY SCHOOL SYSTEM SURVEY

CFSS Points Qualitative


Interpretation:
30 Outstanding CFS

15. TEACHER-PUPIL RATIO SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017


(18 Teachers: 712 Pupils)

An average of 40 pupils per teacher but grade two and grade five classes exceeded the
1:40
ideal teacher-pupil ratio with 1:48 and 1:56 respectively.

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16. CLASSROOM-PUPIL RATIO SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017:
(17 CLASSROOMS: 712 PUPILS)

1: 42
We have six (6) makeshift classroom.

17. TOILET-PUPIL RATIO SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017


(8 TOILETS: 712 PUPILS)

1: 89
Many classrooms have no functional comfort rooms.

18. SEAT-PUPIL RATIO SY 2016-2017


(200 SEATS: 301 PUPILS)

1:1
The seats are enough for school enrollment.

19. LEARNERS’ MATERIALS


Subject Area Grade Excess Shortage Subject Area Grade Excess Shortage
Level LM’s LM’s Level LM’s LM’s
Kinder Activity Kinder 70
Sheets
English Grade 1 76 English Grade 4 0 117
Filipino Grade 1 76 Filipino Grade 4 0 117
Mathematics Grade 1 76 Mathematics Grade 4 0 117
Science Grade 1 76 Science Grade 4 0 117
MTB-MLE Grade 1 76 MTB-MLE Grade 4 0 117
MAPEH Grade 1 76 MAPEH Grade 4 0 117
Arpan Grade 1 76 Arpan Grade 4 0 117
ESP Grade 1 76 ESP Grade 4 0 117
EPP Grade 1 76 EPP Grade 4 0 117
English Grade 2 96 English Grade 5 0 116
Filipino Grade 2 96 Filipino Grade 5 0 116
Mathematics Grade 2 96 Mathematics Grade 5 0 116
Science Grade 2 96 Science Grade 5 0 116
MTB-MLE Grade 2 96 MTB-MLE Grade 5 0 116
MAPEH Grade 2 96 MAPEH Grade 5 0 116
Arpan Grade 2 96 Arpan Grade 5 0 116
ESP Grade 2 96 ESP Grade 5 0 116

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EPP Grade 2 96 EPP Grade 5 0 116
English Grade 3 120 English Grade 6 0 127
Filipino Grade 3 0 120 Filipino Grade 6 0 127
Mathematics Grade 3 0 120 Mathematics Grade 6 0 127
Science Grade 3 0 120 Science Grade 6 0 127
MTB-MLE Grade 3 0 120 MTB-MLE Grade 6 0 127
MAPEH Grade 3 0 120 MAPEH Grade 6 0 127
Arpan Grade 3 0 120 Arpan Grade 6 0 127
ESP Grade 3 0 120 ESP Grade 6 0 127
EPP Grade 3 0 120 EPP Grade 6 0 127

Shortage of Learner’s Materials is Prevalent .

20. TEACHERS’ PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Trainings attended by Teachers from SY 2013-2014 to SY


14
15 2015-2016
10

5
1
0 1 2
0 0 0
0 1
0 1 1 1

Table shows K TO 12 is the most attended trainings of teachers.

21. FUNDING SOURCE

Source of School Fund 2015-2016

5,000
132,000

240,255

70,000

MOOE PTA Fund raising Activities LGU

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The LGU, the PTA and the School have good relationship because the external stakeholders gave
support to the school.

22. STAKEHOLDERS’ PARTICIPATION

Stakeholder's Attendance to School


Activities, S.Y. 2016
96%

94%

92%

90%

88%

86%

84%

82%
Extra- curricular Co-curricular Meetings Assemblies

Stakeholder's Attendance to School Activities, S.Y. 2016

STAKEHOLDERS NUMBER OF
CONTRIBUTION IN VOLUNTEER'S
PESO ( SY 2016) HOURS
600
Stakeholders Contribution in Peso ( SY 2016) Number of Volunteer's Hours
400
10,000

5,000 8,400 200


7,300
6,000 4,200 5,000
0 0
Brigada Scouting Contest Closing Others
Program

Stakeholders support the school in every single activity, a manifestation that the community
and the school have a good relationship.

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PART III
A. PLANNING WORKSHEET

After a series and thorough brainstorming and analysis of the School Planning
Team members, we have come-up with a school planning worksheet derived from
the results generated from the prioritized school improvement areas of concern.

The plan is devised according to the three key outcomes that we need to address
in order to recognize these pressing prioritizations as stated in our vision. These
three concerns are ACCESS, QUALITY, and GOVERNANCE.

The plan discloses the various programs, projects, and activities of the school to
be implemented to finally reach each general objective according to the three
outcomes towards the realization of our desired vision of improving every act
driven to address priority improvement areas (PIA).

Table 1: Planning Worksheet on Access

Priority TIME FRAME


Improvement General Objectives Root Cause/s 2016 2017 2018
Areas (PIAs) 2017 2018 2019
Dropout To continue zero  Lack of schooling interests 0% 0% 0%
dropout rate  Overage
 Poor Academic Performance
 House chores overload
 Absenteeism
 Family – related problems
Absenteeism To increase  Lack of coping mechanism to 95% 98% 100%
attendance of school tasks
learners from 95%  House chores overload
to 100%  Poor health condition
 Lack of schooling interests
 Child labor
 Weather interruptions
 Community celebration
To increase  Migration 712 747 782
Enrollment enrolment rate from  Lack of schooling interest
2% to 5% additional  Overage
enrollees  Dropouts
 Presence of private schools
and nearby public schools
Pupils’ Increase learners’  Financial Matter 75% 85% 95%
participation/mem membership in school  Lack of interest in an
bership in school, organizations and organization
district, and participation in  Lack of teachers’ follow – up
division activities different levels from
and organizations 75% to 95%
Table 2: Planning Worksheet on Quality
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Priority TIME FRAME
Improvement General Objectives Root Cause/s 2016 2017 2018
Areas (PIAs) 2017 2018 2019
Learners’ Health To continue 0  Less nutritious food 0 0 0
& Nutrition learner who is prepared by families
wasted or severely  No breakfast meal before
wasted attending school
 Lack of health services
Poor Increase NAT MPS  Poor reading 86% 88% 90%
Achievement from 86% to 90% comprehension
Test  Teachers’ competency/
Results/Low competencies are not well
Periodic Tests taught
MPS  Review sessions are limited
 Poor study habits
Pupils’ Reading Improve reading  Lack of reading interests 10% 5% 0%
Progress Level level  Lack of teachers’ technique
 Zero -out non- in teaching beginning
readers from reading
10% to 0%  No home follow-ups of
parents due to illiteracy and
disinterest caused by work
overload and others
 Poor study habits
Bullying Victims Zero- out bullying  Lack of classroom and 2% 1% 0%
victims from 2% to school advocacies
0%  Peer influence
 Lack knowledge of parents
on the policy
Recognition and  To increase rank  Lack of pupil & teacher 10th 5th 1st
Awards placement in competence
division contest  Lack of review materials
among  No proper compilation of
elementary papers
schools from 10th  No attendance to related
to 1st place professional trainings.
5 10 15
 To recommend
teachers for
promotion with
proper TA from 5
to 15
Teachers’  To encourage  Lack of teachers’ interest to 4 6 8
Competence /Increase the enhance professional
number of growth through schooling
teachers  Limited number of
attending participants in division &
professional regional trainings
courses from 4 to
8

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Table 3: Planning Worksheet on Governance

Priority TIME FRAME


Improvement General Objectives Root Cause/s 2016 2017 2018
Areas (PIAs) 2017 2018 2019
Textbook to Pupil To increase ratio of  Non delivery of K to 12 1:42 1:2 1:1
Ratio textbook to pupil Materials
from 1:42 to 1:1
Proper water To improve water  Lack of financial assistance 15% 50% 100%
connectivity connection from form barangay
15% to 100% fund/stakeholders

Stakeholders’ To strengthen  Lack of parents 85% 95% 100%


Support & school & participation
Partnership community  Lack of mechanisms to
partnership from encourage stakeholders’
85% to 100% support
SBM Level To increase SBM  Lack of data management 2 3 3
level from level 2 to mechanisms
level 3
School Finance To strengthen  Poor financial management 80% 90% 95%
Mobilization school financial  Late downloading of MOOE
efficiency from Funds
80% to 95%
School Tracking To provide effective  No tracking system data 0% 50% 100%
System/Cards tracking system of
pupils and
functional
guidance office
from 0% to 100%
Parents’ To increase  Works overload 85% 95% 100%
Involvement in Co- parents’  Financial Problem
curricular & extra- participation from
curricular 85% to 100%
activities
SDRRM To provide effective  Poor effective and efficient 20% 50% 75%
and efficient disaster and risk
mechanism system management system
of SDRR from 20%
to 75%

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B. PROJECT DESIGNS

Project Title: Daa Wata Sa Walay, Langon sa Iskwelaan Project

Problem Statement: Without proper intervention pupils tends to dropout from


school to help their family in searching for food, while
absenteeism is prevalent.
Objective: To continue zero dropout rate and
To lessen absences from 5% to 0%
Root Cause: Lack of schooling interest due to poverty

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Advocacy/ Attendance May to SH P 1000 MOOE
Information Record June SPG
Dissemination Minutes of 2016 Teachers
 Posting of Conferences PTA
Posters/ Brgy.
tarpaulin Officials
 Making leaflets/
brochures
Listing of List of June Teachers None None
beneficiaries beneficiaries 2016 Guidance-
Designate
Adopt-a-Child List of adopted Jan. to Teachers Expenses Personal
Program learners & their Dec. SH according Budget
roles 2016 to the from
&responsibilities school Teachers
List of sponsors needs of
learners
Sponsoring List of sponsors Jan. to Teachers Expenses Private/
Stakeholders/ & students Dec. Parents according Personal
Group List of roles & 2016 SH to the
responsibilities Stakeholders school
needs of
students
Home Visitation/ Accomplishment Jan. to Teachers P 500 Personal/
Check-up Reports Dec. SH MOOE
2016 Stakeholders

Recognition & Attendance Jan. to SH P 3,000 MOOE


Award System for Record Dec. SPG,PTA
Best in Attendance List of Awardees 2016 Teachers
Brgy.
Officials
Monitoring & M & E Tool June SH P500 MOOE
Evaluation (Tool to Teachers
Provided) March
2016

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Project Title: PES Enrolment, Isulong

Problem Statement: Enrolment over the past 3 school years has increase in
number representation, around 10 to 15 pupils fails to
re-enroll every beginning of classes.
Objective: To increase enrollment rate from 2% to 5% additional
learners.
Root Causes: Child labor/Household chores

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Advocacy/ Attendance May to SH P 1,500 MOOE
Information Record June Teachers
Dissemination Minutes of 2016 Parents
 Posting of Conferences Students
Posters/ Brgy.
tarpaulin Officials
 Making leaflets/
brochures
Recorida Pictures Jan to Teachers P1,000 MOOE
May Brgy.
2016 Officials
Early enrollment ACR Jan Teachers P1,000 MOOE
campaign List of enrollees 2016 SH
Adopt-a-Child List of adopted Jan. to Teachers Expenses Personal
Program students and Dec. SH according Budget
their roles and 2016 to the from
responsibilities school Teachers
List of adopter needs of
students
Intensive Guidance Forms Jan. to Guidance P 1,000 MOOE
Program Lists of Dec. designate
 Tracking repeaters/ 2016 SH
System balik-aral Teacher
learners
Guidance Office

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Project Title: Mapiya a Kambubulawasan, Mapiya a
Pamimikiran Project

Problem Statement: 2 to 3 out of 10 pupils are weighed to be wasted or


severely wasted based on the previous school year
nutritional status report submitted by teachers
Objective: To zero-out severely wasted and wasted students from
2 to 0
Root Causes: Poor health condition
PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Health Check- ACR June Division P3,000 Brgy.
up/Health Status 2016 Health IRA/PTA
Inventory Personnel Fund
Brgy.
Health
Personnel
Nutritional Status BMI Report June Teachers P1,200 MOOE
Inventory 2016 Nurse
Classroom Handwashing/ June Teachers P2,000 MOOE
handwashing/ First Aid Corner 2016
First –Aid Corner
Conduct of Letter June Teachers P1,500 MOOE
Deworming No. of dewormed 2016 Div.
pupils Medical
Team
Herbal Gardening List of herbal July Teachers P1,000 MOOE
plants and uses 2016
Log book
SangkapPinoy Foods List of Canteen June Canteen P5,000 Canteen
in the Canteen Foods to Dec. Teacher
Sales Report 2016 SH
Suggestion Box Nurse
Sustainable School Mortality of seeds Jan. to EPP P 5,000 Canteen
Gardening/GPP No. of harvest/ Dec. Teachers
products 2016 SH
Nursery house 4P’s
No. of beneficiaries Members
Baseline/Endline
Nutritional Status
Report
Intensive SBFP Baseline/Endline Jan. to Volunteer SBFP SBFP
Nutritional Status Dec. Parents Fund Fund
Report 2016 EPP
List of Teacher
beneficiaries SH
Liquidation Report Nurse
Terminal Report

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Monitoring and M & E Tool June EPP P1,000 MOOE
Evaluation Consolidated to Dec. Teachers
Results 2016 Teachers
ACR Nurse

Project Title: Is’g ka Ipirakaan Project

Problem Statement: Periodical Tests MPS has decreased over the past three
years
Objective: To increase Periodical Tests and NAT MPS from 86% to
at least 90% gradually
Root Causes: Poor study habits

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
NAT Analysis Consolidated NAT June Teachers P500 MOOE
Analysis Result 2016 SH
Brainstorming/Gro List least-learned June Teachers P1,000 MOOE
up Session Activity competencies to SH
on Least-learned Augus Guidance
competencies t Officer
2016
Peer Teaching List of pupils Jan. to Teachers P500 MOOE
under the Dec. SH
program 2016 Guidance
Progress Report Officer
Pupils
Conduct school Training Matrix Jan. to Teachers P1,000 MOOE
INSET on ELLN and NCBTS-TSNA Dec. SH
other related Result 2016
Beginning Reading No. of teachers
Strategies Trained
Resource Package
Conduct Reading & List of Readers Jan. to Teachers P1,500 MOOE
Numeracy according to Dec. SH
Inventory Reading Level 2016 Pupils
and number of
numerates
Reading and
Numeracy
Piece/Test
Progress Report
Extended Review Schedule of Jan. to Teachers P2,000 MOOE
Sessions Reviews Dec. Parents
Progress Report 2016 SH
Review Materials Pupils
Construction of Review Materials Sept. Teacher P2,000 MOOE
Review Materials Progress Report to Feb. SH
2016

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based on HOTS
principle
Close supervision Supervisory Jan. to Teachers P500 MOOE
among teachers Report Dec. SH
Mentoring 2016
Post-conferences
Monitoring and Summary of M & Jan. to Teachers P500 MOOE
Evaluation E Results March SH
2016

Project Title: Project READ (Reading Enhancement


Advocacy and Development)

Problem Statement: 10% of the class population is non-readers, 60% of it is


in frustration level, and 20% is in instructional level
while only 10% is in independent level.

Objective: To zero-out non-readers from 10% to 0% by the end of


school year

Root Causes: Lack of pupils’ reading interests /Poor reading habits

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Conduct Reading List of Pupils’ June Teachers P1,000 MOOE
Inventory Reading Level 2016
Test/PHIL-IRI (Pre Results
& Post Test) Reading Pieces
Construct Big Needs Jan. to Teachers P5,000 MOOE
books, small books, Assessment Dec. SH
Dolch charts and Results 2016
other reading Visual Products
materials
Conduct Beginning Training Matrix Jan. to Teachers P20,000 MOOE
Reading NCBTS-TSNA Dec. SH
INSET/Group Result 2016
Sessions/ELLN No. of teachers
Trained
Resource Package
Conduct Reading List of References Janua Pupils None None
Sessions Progress Reports ry to Teachers
 DEAR Dec.
 Synchronized 2016
Reading
 Peer Teaching/
Tutoring
Institutionalize List of Books Feb. Teachers P2,000 None
Classroom Reading Log Sheet 2016
Library/Corner

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Construct Reading Reading March Teacher P10,000 MOOE
Kiosk/Reading Hub Hub/Kiosk 2016 SH
Reading Materials
Monitoring & Summary Results Jan. to Teacher P500 MOOE
Evaluation of M & E March SH
2016 Guidance
Designate

Project Title: Bully or Bullied, No Way!

Problem Statement: 1 out of 10 pupils is a victim of bullying in classes.

Objective: To zero-out bullying victims from 5% to 0%

Root Cause: Peer influence

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Advocacy campaign Agreement June Teachers P1,000 MOOE
statement among to Dec. Pupils
pupils, parents, 2016 Parents
& teachers SH
Minutes of
meetings
Posting of Visual products Aug. Teachers P1,000 MOOE
streamers/distribut 2016
ion of leaflets
Tell It to Teacher Bullying Reports Jan. to Teacher P200 MOOE
Program Dec.
2016
Bullying Desk Bullying Reports Jan. to Teachers P5,000 MOOE
(Composed by Record Book Dec. SPG
SPG/SSG Officers Kiosk 2016 Officers
& Teacher Adviser) SH
Guidance
Officer
Tracking System Record Book Jan. to Guidance P500 MOOE
Dec. Designate
2016

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Project Title: Kami Naman Dyan!

Problem Statement: Yearly, at least 1 division completion only is coveted by


our learners.

Objective: To increase rank placement in division contest from 10th


place to 1st place among central schools

Root Causes: Lack pupils’ competence /Lack of basic requirements

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Scout pupils for List of contest June Teacher P200 MOOE
contest in different participants 2016
subjects
Administer Diagnostic Test June Teacher P700 MOOE
diagnostic test Results 2016
Conduct Meeting Minutes of Jan. to Teacher P500 MOOE
Twice Every Month Meeting Dec. Pupils
2016
Provide Progress Result Jan. to Teacher P1,000 MOOE
Independent Review Dec. Pupils
Materials at Home 2016
& Mentor after
class
Construct Review Compilation of June Teacher P1000 MOOE
Materials based on Review Materials to Feb
HOTS Principle, 2016
different scoring
levels, cover to
cover page sample
questions
E & I Review Test Results Jan. to Teacher P500 MOOE
Sessions (Extended Dec. Pupils
& Intensive) 2016
Portfolio/data File 201/PDS June. Teacher P1,000 MOOE
management Photocopies of To SH
documents Dec.
2016

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Project Title: 4K PROGRAM (Kung Kaya Mo, Kaya Ko Rin)

Problem Statement: Out of 18 teachers, 10 teachers are either Maed


Graduates or Unit Holders. While only 4 out of 8
remaining teachers are currently enrolled in graduate
studies while most of them need training on teaching
strategies.

Objective: To increase the number of teachers attending


professional courses from 4 to 8.

Root Cause: Lack of teachers’ interest to enhance professional


growth

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Identifying List of result June SH 100 None
teachers’ 2016 MTs
competence & skills
Assign speakership Certificates Jan. to Teachers None None
to teachers who are Training Matrix Dec. SH
competent in 2016 MTs
INSETs
Recommend Certificates Jan. to Teacher None None
teachers for Dec. MTs
training according 2016
to their competence
District LAC Attendance Jan. to Teachers None None
Participation Dec. SH
2016 MTs

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Project Title: Project MTB (MALINIS NA TUBIG BAYAN)

Problem Statement: No proper water connection from one classroom to


another
Objective: To improve school water connection from 15% to 100%

Root Cause: Lack of financial assistance /No funds available

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Water treatment ACR June Brgy. P3,000 Brgy.IRA
to Council
March Teachers
2016
Conserve and ACR June Teachers None None
preserve water to Students
March
2016
Arts Celebration Art contest, June Teachers P2,000 MOOE
slogan, play..etc. to Students
March
2016
Formulate Resolution/Solicit July SH P1,200 MOOE
Resolution & ation Letter 2016 Teachers
submit to Brgy.
Council
Fund Raising Raffle Draw Oct Teachers P20,000 PTA
Activity Tickets/ Pledge of 2016 PTA
(Purchase of water Commitment Officers
plumbing Brgy.
materials) Officials
Submission of Project Proposal Jan Teachers P 5,000 MOOE
Project 2016
Proposal/Inclusion
in the SOB

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Project Title: Project PIA (Parents In Action)

Problem Statement: Only 85% of the total parents’ population attends


school meeting and assemblies
Objective: To strengthen school and community partnership from
85% to 100%
Root Cause: Poor communication dissemination

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Tell it to their Record of times Jan. to Teachers None None
learners campaign you inform the Dec.
class (Record 2016
Book)
GK (Give & Know)  School Jan. to SH P1,000 MOOE
 All parents Memorandum Dec. Teachers
should be given 2016
school notice of
meeting on any
assemblies
involving
parents
Recorida  Letter Jan. to SH None None
Dec. Teachers
2016 Brgy.
Secretary
Parent-Teacher  ACR Jan. to Teachers None None
Conference  Minutes of March Parents
Meeting 2016 SH
Parents’ Day  Program Dec SH P2,000 MOOE
 List of 2016 Teachers
activities Parents
Brgy.
Council
“Pasidungog”  List of Dec SH P5,000 MOOE
Awardees, 2016 Teachers
Certificates, Brgy.
Tokens Council

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Project Title: Project 3S (Stronger Stakeholders’ Support)

Problem Statement: Only 85% support has been given by stakeholders to


finance school facilities enhancement

Objective: To strengthen stakeholders’ support to the programs


and projects of school from 85% to 100%

Root Cause: Lack of mechanisms in acquiring stakeholders’ supports

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Alumni Tracking Facebook Jan ICT None None
System through account/Web 2016 Coordinato
Social Media such Page r
as Facebook
account of MIS
School
Election of Alumni List of Officers June Teachers P500 PTA Fund
Officers 2016 Alumni
Grand Alumni List of Activities Aug Teachers P5,000 Alumni
Homecoming Program 2016 Alumni Fund
Project
Forum/ Project Proposal March Teachers P500 MOOE
Project Proposal Minutes of 2016 SH
Making/FB Posting Meeting
Maximize the Received copy Jan. to Teachers P500 MOOE
advantage of social Pledge of Dec. SH
media to encourage Commitment 2016
stakeholders’ Approval Letter
support
Raffle Draw for A Tickets Aug Teachers P1,000 PTA Fund
Cause/Benefit Prizes 2016
Dance Project
Adopt-A-School Agreements June SH P500 MOOE
Program Project Proposal 2016 Teachers
Sponsors
School

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Project Title: Project FACE (Financial Accountability &
Credibility of Expenditures)
Problem Statement: 100% transparency information of all school funds

Objective: To strengthen financial efficiency from 80% to 95%

Root Cause: Lack of data management techniques

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Advocacy Minutes in Jan. to Teachers P100 MOOE
 General Meetings and Dec. SH
Assembly assemblies 2016 MTs
 Classroom List of Agenda
Meeting
Classroom Transparency Jan. to Teacher P100 MOOE
Transparency report Dec. SH
Report Financial Report 2016 MTs
Files
Records
School Tarpaulin Jan. to SH P2,000 MOOE
Transparency Transparency Dec. Teachers
Board Report 2016 Treasurer
BAC
Canteen
in-charge
PTA

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Project Title: Project BOK (Budget OK –A Quality School
Operational Budget Management System)

Problem Statement: Late downloading and liquidation reporting of MOOE


delays school operations on programs, projects,
activities and expenses.
Objective: To strengthen financial efficiency from 80% to 100%
To increase financial liquidation efficiency from 90% to
100%
Root Cause: Late downloading of MOOE Funds

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Preparation & Approved Jan SH P1000 MOOE
Submission of SIP,AIP,SOB, & 2016 Teachers
SIP,AIP, SOB, and APP BAC
APP Property
Custodian
Annual Budget
Allocation
Electric Official Receipts Jan. to School- P24,000 MOOE
Bill/Telephone Bill Dec. Designate
2016 BAC
Property
Custodian
GAD O.R Jan. to SH P25,365 MOOE
Dec. Teachers
2016 BAC
Property
Custodian
MANCOM & O.R Jan. to SH P20,000 MOOE
Trainings Memorandum Dec. Teachers
2016 BAC
Property
Custodian
Office Supplies O.R Every SH P20,000 MOOE
Materials Quarte Teachers
r of BAC
2016 Property
Custodian
Repair & Materials Jan. to SH MOOE
Maintenance Program of Work Dec. Teachers P 332,
Canvass Papers 2016 BAC 635
O.R Property
Custodian

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Project Title: SBM LEVEL-UP

Problem Statement: School has been in level 2 for three (3) years now. By the
end of CY 2018, the school shall improve to level 3
Objective: To improve/increase school’s SBM level from level from
level 2 to level 3 with proper date management.
Root Cause: Lack of data management mechanisms
PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Committee/ Data List of June Teachers P100 MOOE
assignment Committees and 2016 SH
Data-assigned MTs
SPG
PTA
Construction/ Materials July Teachers P3,000 MOOE
Purchase of Data Data Banks 2016 SPT
Banks
Monthly Meeting & Data Aug Teachers P200 MOOE
Assessment Checklist 2016 SPT
Monitoring Evaluation Aug SH
Report to Dec. PSDS None None
2016

Project Title: PROJECT PUTS (Pupil Tracking System)


Problem Statement: 0 out of 2,010 pupils has no record on school tracking
system
Objective: To provide pupils with effective and efficient tracking
records from 0% to 100%
Root Cause: No available tracking system for pupils

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Forum List of Agenda Jan. Teachers P1,200 MOOE
2016 Guidance
Designate
SH
Reproduction of Tracking Feb Guidance P7,000 MOOE
Tracking Materials Materials 2016 Designate

Purchase of Tracking Cards March SH P2,000 MOOE


Tracking Cards Holder 2016 Guidance
Bank/Construction Designate
of Tracking Cards
Holder

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Pupil Tracking Schedule of Jan. to Guidance None None
Cards Assessment Assessment March Designate
2016
Project Title: PROJECT SAVED (Save to Alleviate Victims of
Environmental Disasters)

Problem Statement: Most students and parents neglect the importance of risk
and disaster awareness and proper management
system
Objective: To provide effective and efficient mechanism system of
SDRR from 20% to 75%
Root Cause: Poor effective and efficient disaster and risk
management system

PROJECT WORK PLAN AND BUDGET MATRIX

Activity Output Date Person Budget Budget


Responsible Source
Advocacy  Agenda May to Teachers
Campaign  Tarpaulin June SH P1,500 MOOE
 Forum  Letter 2016 Brgy.
 Subject Officials
Integration
 Posting of
tarpaulin/
posting of
reminders
 Recorida

Skilled practitioner Resource Speaker June Teachers P500 MOOE


–invitation as 2016
resource speaker

Film Viewing List of Film & Jan. to Teacher None


Lessons Learned Dec. Parents
2016
Drill/Simulation Drill/Simulation Jan. to Teacher None None
Sessions Plan Dec. Parents
2016 Students
Evacuation Plan Evacuation Plan June Teachers P1,200 MOOE
Formulation & 2016 SH
Posting
SDRRM Committee List of June Teachers P100 MOOE
Committees 2016
Purchase/ List of DR Saving Jan. to Teachers P5,000 PTA
construction of DR equipment March Parents
Saving Equipment 2o16
SDRR Office Office Sep. Teachers P5,000 PTA
2016 LGU Fund

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C. ANNUAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN
School Project Output for the Year Activities Persons Schedule Budget Budget
Improvement Objective Responsible /Venue per Source
Project Title Activity
Attendance Record Advocacy/ SH May to P 1 500 MOOE
Information SPG June 2016
Minutes of Dissemination Teachers
Conferences Posting of
Posters/
PTA
tarpaulin Brgy.
Making Officials
leaflets/
brochures
List of beneficiaries Listing of Teachers June 2016 None None
beneficiaries Guidance-
To zero-out
dropouts Designate
Daa Wata from 0.2% List of adopted Adopt-a-Child Teachers Jan. to Expenses Personal
Sa Walay, to 0% learners & their roles Program SH Dec. 2016 according Budget
Langon sa especially & responsibilities to the from
Iskwelaan those school Teachers
List of sponsors
Project learners needs of
who are at learners
risk with List of sponsors & Sponsoring Teachers Jan. to Expenses Private/
effective students Stakeholders/ Dec. 2016 according
Parents Personal
and Group to the
efficient
SH
List of roles & Stakeholders school
school responsibilities
interventions
needs of
students
Accomplishment Home Teachers Jan. to P 500 Personal/
Reports Visitation/ SH Dec. 2016 MOOE
Check-up Stakeholders

Attendance Record Recognition & SH Jan. to P 3,000 MOOE


Award System SPG,PTA Dec. 2016
List of Awardees for Best in Teachers
Attendance Brgy.
Officials
M & E Tool Monitoring & SH June to P500 MOOE
Evaluation Teachers March
(Tool 2016
Provided)
PES To increase Attendance Record Advocacy/ SH May to P 1,500 MOOE
Enrolment, enrollment Minutes of Information Teachers June 2016
Isulong rate from Conferences Dissemination Parents
2% to 5% Posting of Students
additional Posters/ Brgy. Officials
learners. tarpaulin
Makingleaflets/
brochures
Pictures Recorida Teachers January to P1,000 MOOE
Brgy. Officials May 2016

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ACR Early Teachers January P1,000 MOOE
List of enrollees enrollment SH 2016
campaign
List of adopted Adopt-a-Child Teachers Jan. to Expenses Personal
students and their Program SH Dec. 2016 according Budget
roles and to the from
responsibilities school Teachers
List of adopter needs of
students
Forms Intensive Guidance Jan. to P 1,000 MOOE
Lists of repeaters/ Guidance designate Dec. 2016
balik-aral learners Program SH
Guidance Office Tracking Teacher
System
ACR Health Check- Division Health June 2016 P3,000 Brgy.
up/Health Personnel IRA/PTA
Status Brgy. Health Fund
Inventory Personnel
BMI Report Nutritional Teachers June 2016 P1,200 MOOE
Mapiya a To zero-out Status Clinic in-
Kambubulaw severely Inventory charge
asan, wasted and Handwashing/ Classroom Teachers June 2016 P2,000 MOOE
Mapiya a wasted First Aid Corner handwashing/
Pamimikiran students First –Aid
Project from 2 to 0 Corner
Letter Conduct of Teachers June 2016 P1,500 MOOE
No. of dewormed Deworming Div. Medical
pupils Team
List of herbal plants Herbal Teachers July 2016 P1,000 MOOE
and uses Gardening
Log book
List of Canteen SangkapPinoy Canteen June to P5,000 Canteen
Foods Foods in the Teacher Dec. 2016
Sales Report Canteen SH
Suggestion Box Clinic in-
charge
Mortality of seeds Sustainable EPP Teachers Jan. to P 5,000 Canteen
No. of harvest/ School SH Dec. 2016
products Gardening/GP 4P’s Members
Nursery house P
No. of beneficiaries
Baseline/
Endline Nutritional
Status Report
Baseline/Endline Intensive Volunteer Jan. to SBFP SBFP
Nutritional Status SBFP Parents Dec. 2016 Fund Fund
Report EPP Teacher
List of beneficiaries SH
Liquidation Report Clinic in-
Terminal Report charge
M & E Tool Monitoring and EPP Teachers June to P1,000 MOOE
Consolidated Results Evaluation Teachers Dec. 2016
ACR Clinic in-
charge

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Consolidated NAT NAT Analysis Teachers June 2016 P500 MOOE
Analysis Result SH
Is’g ka To increase List least-learned Brainstorming/ Teachers June to P1,000 MOOE
Ipirakaan periodical competencies Group Session SH August
Project tests and Activity on Guidance 2016
NAT MPS Least-learned Officer
from 86% competencies
to at least List of pupils under Peer Teaching Teachers Jan. to P500 MOOE
90% the program SH Dec. 2016
gradually Progress Report Guidance
Officer
Pupils
Training Matrix Conduct Teachers Jan. to P1,000 MOOE
NCBTS-TSNA Result school INSET SH Dec. 2016
No. of teachers on ELLN and
Trained other related
Resource Package Beginning
Reading
Strategies
List of Readers Conduct Teachers Jan. to P1,500 MOOE
according to Reading Reading & SH Dec. 2016
Level and number of Numeracy Pupils
numerates Inventory
Reading and
Numeracy Piece/Test
Progress Report
Schedule of Reviews Extended Teachers Jan. to P2,000 MOOE
Progress Report Review Parents Dec. 2016
Review Materials Sessions SH
Pupils
Review Materials Construction Teacher Sept. to P2,000 MOOE
Progress Report of Review SH Feb. 2016
Materials
based on
HOTS
principle
Supervisory Report Close Teachers Jan. to P500 MOOE
Mentoring supervision SH Dec. 2016
Post-conferences among
teachers
Summary of M & E Monitoring and Teachers Jan. to P500 MOOE
Results Evaluation SH March
2016
List of Pupils’ Conduct Teachers June 2016 P1,000 MOOE
Reading Level Reading
Results Inventory
Project To zero – Reading Pieces Test/PHIL-IRI
READ out non – (Pre & Post
(Reading readers Test)
Enhancement from 10% Needs Assessment Construct Big Teachers Jan. to P5,000 MOOE
Advocacy to 0% by Results books, small SH Dec. 2016
&Developmen the end of Visual Products books, Dolch
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other reading
materials
Training Matrix Conduct Teachers Jan. to P20,000 MOOE
NCBTS-TSNA Result Beginning SH Dec. 2016
No. of teachers Reading
Trained INSET/
Resource Package Group
Sessions/ELL
N
List of References Conduct Pupils January to None None
Progress Reports Reading Teachers Dec. 2016
Sessions
DEAR
Synchronized
Reading
Peer
Teaching/
Tutoring
List of Books Institutionalize Teachers Feb. 2016 P2,000 None
Log Sheet Classroom
Reading
Library/Corner
Reading Hub/Kiosk Construct Teacher March P10,000 MOOE
Reading Materials Reading SH 2016
Kiosk/Reading
Hub
Summary Results of Monitoring & Teacher Jan. to P500 MOOE
M&E Evaluation SH March
Guidance 2016
Designate
Agreement statement Advocacy Teachers June to P1,000 MOOE
among pupils, campaign Pupils Dec. 2016
parents, & teachers Parents
Bully or To zero – Minutes of meetings SH
Bullied, No out bullying Visual products Posting of Teachers Aug. 2016 P1,000 MOOE
Way victims streamers/distr
from 5% to ibution of
0% leaflets
Bullying Reports Tell It to Teacher Jan. to P200 MOOE
Teacher Dec. 2016
Program
Bullying Reports Bullying Desk Teachers Jan. to P5,000 MOOE
Record Book (Composed by SPG Officers Dec. 2016
Kiosk SPG/SSG SH
Officers & Guidance
Teacher Officer
Adviser)
Record Book Tracking Guidance Jan. to P500 MOOE
System Designate Dec. 2016
List of contest Scout pupils Teacher June 2016 P200 MOOE
participants for contest in
different
subjects

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Kami Naman To increase Diagnostic Test Administer Teacher June 2016 P700 MOOE
Dyan rank Results diagnostic test
placement Minutes of Meeting Conduct Teacher Jan. to P500 MOOE
in division Meeting Twice Pupils Dec. 2016
contests Every Month
from 10th to Progress Result Provide Teacher Jan. to P1,000 MOOE
1st place Independent Pupils Dec. 2016
among Review
schools Materials at
Home &
Mentor after
class
Compilation of Construct Teacher June to P1000 MOOE
Review Materials Review February
Materials 2016
based on
HOTS
Principle,
different
scoring levels,
cover to cover
page sample
questions
Test Results E & I Review Teacher Jan. to P500 MOOE
Sessions Pupils Dec. 2016
(Extended &
Intensive)
File 201/PDS Portfolio/data Teacher June. To P1,000 MOOE
Photocopies of management SH Dec. 2016
documents
List of result Identifying SH June 2016 100 None
teachers’ MTs
competence &
4K Project To increase skills
(Kung Kaya the number Certificates Assign Teachers Jan. to None None
Mo, Kaya of teachers Training Matrix speakership to SH Dec. 2016
KoRin) attending teachers who MTs
professiona are competent
l courses in INSETs
from 4 to 8 Certificates Recommend Teacher Jan. to None None
teachers for MTs Dec. 2016
training
according to
their
competence
Attendance District LAC Teachers Jan. to None None
Participation SH Dec. 2016
MTs
ACR Water Brgy. Council June to P3,000 Brgy.IRA
treatment Teachers March
2016
ACR Conserve and Teachers June to None None
To improve preserve water Students March
school 2016

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Project MTB water Art contest, slogan, Arts Teachers June to P2,000 MOOE
(MalinisnaTu connection play..etc. Celebration Students March
big Bayan) from 15% 2016
to 100% Resolution/Solicitatio Formulate SH July 2016 P1,200 MOOE
n Letter Resolution & Teachers
submit to Brgy.
Council
Raffle Draw Tickets/ Fund Raising Teachers Oct P20,000 PTA
Pledge of Activity PTA Officers 2016
Commitment (Purchase of Brgy. Officials
water
plumbing
materials)
Project Proposal Submission of Teachers Jan P 5,000 MOOE
Project 2016
Proposal/Inclu
sion in the
SOB
Record of times you Tell it to their Teachers Jan. to None None
inform the class learners Dec. 2016
(Record Book) campaign
School Memorandum GK (Give & SH Jan. to P1,000 MOOE
Know) Teachers Dec. 2016
 All
parents
Project PIA To should be
(Parents In strengthen given
Action) school and school
community notice of
partnership meeting
on any
from 85%
assembli
to 100% es
involving
parents
Letter Recorida SH Jan. to None None
Teachers Dec. 2016
Brgy.
Secretary
ACR Parent- Teachers Jan. to None None
Minutes of Meeting Teacher Parents March
Conference SH 2016
Program Parents’ Day SH Dec P2,000 MOOE
List of activities Teachers 2016
Parents
Brgy. Council
List of Awardees, “Pasidungog” SH Dec 2016 P5,000 MOOE
Certificates, Tokens Teachers
Brgy. Council
Facebook Alumni ICT Jan 2016 None None
account/Web Page Tracking Coordinator
System
through

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Social Media
such as
Project 3S To Facebook
(Stronger strengthen account of MIS
Stakeholder stakeholder School
s’ Support) s’ support List of Officers Election of Teachers June 2016 P500 PTA Fund
to the Alumni Alumni
programs Officers
and List of Activities Grand Alumni Teachers Aug 2016 P5,000 Alumni
projects of Program Homecoming Alumni Fund
school from Project
85% to Project Proposal Forum/ Teachers March P500 MOOE
100% Minutes of Meeting Project SH 2016
Proposal
Making/FB
Posting
Received copy Maximize the Teachers Jan. to P500 MOOE
Pledge of advantage of SH Dec. 2016
Commitment social media to
Approval Letter encourage
stakeholders’
support
Tickets Raffle Draw for Teachers Aug P1,000 PTA Fund
Prizes A 2016
Project Cause/Benefit
Dance
Agreements Adopt-A- SH June 2016 P500 MOOE
Project Proposal School Teachers
Program Sponsors
School
Minutes in Meetings Advocacy Teachers Jan. to P100 MOOE
and assemblies  General SH Dec. 2016
FACE To List of Agenda Assembly MTs
(Financial strengthen  Classroo
Accountability financial m
& Credibility efficiency Meeting
of from 80% Transparency report Classroom Teacher Jan. to P100 MOOE
Expenditures) to 95% Financial Report Transparency SH Dec. 2016
Files Report MTs
Records
Tarpaulin School SH Jan. to P2,000 MOOE
Transparency Report Transparency Teachers Dec. 2016
Board Treasurer
BAC
Canteen in-
charge
PTA
Approved Preparation & SH Jan P1000 MOOE
SIP,AIP,SOB, & APP Submission of Teachers 2016
SIP,AIP, SOB, BAC
and APP Property
Project BOK To Custodian
(Budget OK strengthen Annual Budget
– A Quality financial Allocation

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School efficiency Official Receipts Electric School- Jan. to P24,000 MOOE
Operational from 80% Bill/Telephone Designate Dec. 2016
Budget to 100%. Bill BAC
Management To increase Property
System) financial Custodian
liquidation O.R GAD SH Jan. to P25,365 MOOE
efficiency Teachers Dec. 2016
from 90% BAC
to 100% Property
Custodian
O.R MANCOM & SH Jan. to P20,000 MOOE
Memorandum Trainings Teachers Dec. 2016
BAC
Property
Custodian
O.R Office SH Every P20,000 MOOE
Materials Supplies Teachers Quarter of
BAC 2016
Property
Custodian
Materials Repair SH Jan. to MOOE
Program of Work &Maintenance Teachers Dec. 2016 P 332, 635
Canvass Papers BAC
O.R Property
Custodian
List of Committees Committee/ Teachers June 2016 P100 MOOE
To improve and Data-assigned Data SH
SBM LEVEL school’s assignment MTs
– UP SBM level SPG
from level 2 PTA
to 3 with Materials Construction/ Teachers July 2016 P3,000 MOOE
proper date Data Banks Purchase of SPT
management Data Banks
Data Monthly Teachers Aug P200 MOOE
Checklist Meeting & SPT 2016
Assessment
Evaluation Report Monitoring SH Aug
PSDS to Dec. None None
2016
List of Agenda Forum Teachers Jan. 2016 P1,200 MOOE
Guidance
Designate
To provide SH
Project pupils with Tracking Materials Reproduction Guidance Feb P7,000 MOOE
PUTS (Pupil effective of Tracking Designate 2016
Tracking and Materials
System) efficient
tracking Tracking Cards Purchase of SH March P2,000 MOOE
records Holder Tracking Guidance 2016
from 0% to Cards Designate
100% Bank/Construc
tion of

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Tracking
Cards Holder
Schedule of Pupil Tracking Guidance Jan. to None None
Assessment Cards Designate March
Assessment 2016
Agenda Advocacy Teachers May to
Tarpaulin Campaign SH June 2016 P1,500 MOOE
Letter  Forum Brgy. Officials
Project To provide  Subject
SAVED effective Integratio
(Save to and n
Alleviate efficient  Posting of
Victims of mechanism tarpaulin/
posting of
Environment systems of
reminders
al Disasters) SDRR from
 Recorida
20% to
75% Resource Speaker Skilled Teachers June 2016 P500 MOOE
practitioner –
invitation as
resource
speaker

List of Film & Film Viewing Teacher Jan. to None


Lessons Learned Parents Dec. 2016
Drill/Simulation Plan Drill/Simulation Teacher Jan. to None None
Sessions Parents Dec. 2016
Students
Evacuation Plan Evacuation Teachers June 2016 P1,200 MOOE
Plan SH
Formulation &
Posting
List of Committees SDRRM Teachers June 2016 P100 MOOE
Committee
List of DR Saving Purchase/ Teachers Jan. to P5,000 PTA
equipment construction of Parents March
DR Saving 2o16
Equipment
Office SDRR Office Teachers Sep. 2016 P5,000 PTA
LGU Fund

MOOE Monthly: Annual


(Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses) __________________________ Total:__________________________

Note: All shaded tables with corresponding amount are not counted into the sum of AIP Total Amount. This TOTAL
AMOUNT is a SUM for the school MOOE. Expenditures herein are according to the qualified expenses of MOOE under
DO. No. 12,s. 2014. If found irrelevant, the amount is flexible to be used in school repair and maintenance.

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SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM

JOHAINA M. DIMAAMPAO HADJI FARHANA O. SANAYON


President, SPG Representative, Alumni

AVELINO D. ARUMPAC BASHIT K. TOMA


Brgy. Captain,Piraka President, PTA

SOMAIR M. ODIN JASMIN S. CARIGA


Guidance Coordinator President, Faculty Club

RATNA S. DUMAGAY SOMAIR M. ODIN


School M & E Coordinator School ICT Coordinator

CASMIR O. CARIGA
School Head

Certified Funds Available:

AURELIO TORR M. ARDON, CPA


Division Accountant

Approved:

EMMALINDA E. DUHAYLUNGSOD, CESO V


Schools Division Superintendent

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PART IV: MONITORING AND EVALUATION

MONITORING AND EVALUATION PROCEDURE

The School Quality Management Team (SQMT) is responsible in the


monitoring and evaluation of the programs and projects implemented by the
school based on the School Improvement Plan and Annual Implementation Plan.
M & E will be done every quarter in order to keep track on the implementation
and to provide objective information that can inform decision-making in order to
continuously improve the delivery of school services for basic and the school’s
performance or health to achieve the desired educational outcomes. This will even
provide valid, reliable and accurate data in decision-making to come-up with
possible actions and interventions to achieve the said desired outcomes.
Hereunder are the procedures/processes followed in the School Monitoring
Evaluation and Adjustment (SMEA) Processes:

1. Data Gathering

Data gathering is done quarterly by internal M & E to Teachers, SHs, &


project Implementers during the pre-work prior to SMEA. Physical Outputs
(PO) accomplished are identified from their work plans together with the
standards if followed. School Internal Monitoring and Evaluation Team
(IMET) consolidate their accomplishments using PO template and prepares
the MOVs to support the report which includes identification of issues,
facilitating and hindering factors, lessons learned and good practices
encountered by schools which are identified before the SMEA proper,
collecting both quantitative and qualitative information.

2. Data Validation

Determining if reported data are based on standards and MOVs


3. Data Processing and Analysis

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Summary of accomplishments, issues for resolution and lessons learn
presented to management. The quantitative data can be transformed into
percentages, ratios, ranks or measures of central tendency. These are also
presented in tables and graphs to show relationship between variables.
The analysis can correlate physical outputs with funds utilized. Analyzing
information required to answer M & E questions on efficiency, effectiveness
& relevance. Agree on a set of Planning Standards. Review data and make
initial conclusions. Write conclusions.
4. Management Response
Reporting of M & E results by the school IMET is used to validate
information during the actual MEA
5. Adjustment of Plan
This can be in terms of modifying the earlier strategies used, rescheduling
of activities, aligning available resources, making decisions, on
discontinuing the projects, etc.

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MONITORING AND EVALUATION
STRUCTURE

CASMIR O. CARIGA
School Head

RATNA S. DUMAGAY
School M & E Coordinator

JASMIN S. CARIGA SOMAIR M. ODIN


ENCIRAH S. TOMA School ICT Coordinator/Guidance
President, Faculty Assoc School Treasurer Designate

BASHIT K. TOMA AVELINO D. ARUMPAC


President, PTA Brgy Captain

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TERMS AND REFERENCE FOR M & E TEAM

1. CHAIRMAN: SCHOOL HEAD

The School Head is the process owner of the M & E system. As process
owner the school head must ensure the integrity and efficiency of the
system. This means, providing accurate, timely and relevant information
to school stakeholders. The School Head will also be the major beneficiary
of the lessons and insights generated by the M & E system.

Specifically, the following outlines the functions, roles and responsibilities


of the School Head

 FUNCTIONS:
Manages the QAAS in the school
Ensures implementation of SBM practice
Makes decisions pertinent to improving quality outcomes in the school
 RESPONSIBILITIES
 Orients school stakeholders on how to operationalize the QAA
and M & E system
 Designates the members of the School QMT
 Designs monitoring and feedback system (e.g. flow of reports and
feedback, reporting schedules, monitoring and feedback forms);
 Convenes School QMT regularly to discuss M & E concerns
together with implementation team
 Communicates the learners progress to intended stakeholders
 Submits quarterly accomplishment report to SDS and school
stakeholders
 Interacts with SDS and school internal and external stakeholders

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2. SCHOOL M & E COORDINATOR
The M & E Coordinator is responsible for the overall M & E strategy and
implementation with the school following the M & E frameworkfor the
school .The M & E Coordinator shall report directly to the School Head and
shall provide his/her with interpretation and analysis of the M & E data.
The following outlines the roles. Functions and responsibilities of the M &
E Coordinator:
 FUNCTION
Monitors and evaluates regularly the implementation of school
improvement plan
 RESPONSIBILITIES
 Conducts monitoring process during plan implementation
 Analyses and interprets M & E data for SH and Project Teams
 Evaluates results of SIP Implementation which will be made as
basis for planning interventions and other plan adjustments
 Prepares regular M & E reports and submit to SH
 Interacts with SH and other members of the SQMT

3. SPT REPRESENTATIVE
 FUNCTION
Monitors the implementation of SIP
 RESPONSIBILITY
 Updates M & E plan during SIP revisit

4. ICT COORDINATOR/TEACHER CIRCLE PRESIDENT/ SCHOOL


GUIDANCE COORDINATOR
 FUNCTION
Manage School Information System (SIS)
 RESPONSIBILITY
 Gathers, records, organizes, stores data, and ensures that school
records are complete and update.
 Interact \s with School M & E Coordinator and Department
Chairs.

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MONITORING REPORT FORM FOR CY: 2016
(1) (2) (3) (4) (5)
PROJECT ACCOMPLISHMENTS/ ISSUES/PROBLEMS/ RECOMMENDATIONS/ CHECK
OBJECTIVES OUTPUTS/ REASONS FOR ACTION POINTS IF DONE*
STATUS TO DATE UNDERACHIVEMENT
To maintain zero-out
dropout
To increase attendance
of pupils/students from
95% to 100%
To increase enrolment
rate from 2% to 5%
additional enrollees
Increase pupils’
membership in school
organizations and
participation in different
levels from 75% to 90%
To maintain zerot
severely wasted and
wasted pupils.
Increase Periodical tests
and NAT MPS from 86%
to 90%
Improve reading level
Zero -out non-readers
from 10% to 0%
Zero- out bullying
victims from 5% to 0%
To increase rank
placement in division
contest from 10th to 1st
place
To recommend teachers
for promotion with
proper TA from 15 to 5
To encourage /Increase
the number of teachers
attending professional
courses from 4 to 8
To conduct school
INSET/SLAC based on
NBTS-TSNA needs
result from 2 to 5

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To increase ratio of
textbook to pupil from
1:42 to 1:1
To increase the ratio of
toilet to pupils from 1:89
to 1:40
To improve water
connection from 15% to
100%
To strengthen school &
community partnership
from 85% to 100%
To strengthen school
financial efficiency from
80% to 95%
To provide effective
tracking system of pupils
and functional guidance
office from 0% to 100%
To increase parents’
participation from 85%
to 100%
To provide effective and
efficient mechanism
system of SDRR from
20% to 75%
To improve school’s
SBM level from level 2 to
level 3 with proper date
management

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