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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

A. PHILOSOPHY, VISION, MISSION, GOALS and OBJECTIVES


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1. A clear, unique, well-aligned, active and living statement of
philosophy, vision, mission, goal and objectives
2. A philosophy that expresses the school community’s shared
values and beliefs about education and student learning
3. School goals and objectives that are supportive of the Philippine
K12 educational system process and are consistent with national
and global development goals
4. A program that disseminates to and orients the school
community on the importance and meaning of the philosophy,
vision, mission, goals and objectives
5. A system process involving the participation of various
stakeholders for reviewing and revising when appropriate the
philosophy, vision, mission, goals and objectives
B. CURRICULUM ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION
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1. A system for designing a curriculum map that is aligned with the
philosophy, vision, mission, goals and objectives.
2. A system for designing a curriculum map that is based on the
K12 Curriculum Guide’s standards and competencies and unpacks
the K12 standards and competencies in different ways in all
subjects.
3. A system for horizontal alignment between standards,
competencies, assessment, instruction and resources in all learning
units.
4. A system for articulating vertical learning progressions across the
different grade levels of the junior high school.
5. A system for reviewing, revising and updating the curriculum
map.
6. A system for checking how assessments and instructional
materials and learning plans are standards-based and adequately
prepared.
7. A system that monitors and evaluates student performance of
the curriculum map’s standards and competencies. Student data is
continuously gathered and used to make decisions on curriculum
development, assessment and instruction
8. A program that ensures teachers’ use of varied research-based
and learner-centered strategies in the classroom for active and
engaged student learning.
9. A program that enables teachers to formulate different
interventions based on formative assessment, particularly for
struggling students.
10. A program that trains teachers to incorporate in their learning
plans the school’s vision-mission, teaching of 21 st century skills, the
use of real world situations, inter-subject integration, and the use
of technology.
11. A system that enables teachers and concerned staff to select
and acquire instructional resources that are aligned with the
curriculum map’s standards and competencies.
C. INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP
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1. A professional development plan for the school leaders and
academic coordinators that provides for their professional
development and updates them on current trends in curriculum
development, teaching and learning and school management.
2. A system that regularly reports data on student performance to
the school leader and enables the school leader in turn to
recommend corresponding interventions.
3. A system that ensures continuous improvement of the
curriculum and instruction and its incorporation in an annual
school improvement plan.
4. A program that actively communicate to various stakeholders
the school’s Vision-Mission and K12 standards and directions and
school’s development of innovations in curriculum development,
assessment and instruction.

5. A system that ensures teacher’s timely access to and use of


instructional resources, facilities materials and equipment.
6. A program for coaching and mentoring faculty in the teaching
and learning of the K12 standards and integration of the school’s
Vision and Mission.
7. A system for monitoring and evaluating the extent of alignment
of the curriculum and instruction with the school’s philosophy,
vision, mission, goals and objectives.
D. FACULTY
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1. A system for recruiting, screening and hiring qualified and
licensed teachers.
2. A system for ensuring assignment of teachers’ loads compliant
with DepEd requirements.
3. A Faculty Manual defining faculty functions, duties and
responsibilities, benefits and privileges that is accepted, published
and well-disseminated.
4. A faculty development plan designed to help teachers achieve
professional growth in the seven domains and meet the standards
of the 2017 Philippine Professional Standards for Teachers.
5. A faculty supervisory plan that monitors and evaluates teachers’
instructional effectiveness and use of the standards in curriculum
development, assessment and instruction.
6. A program that enables teachers to organize and participate in
Professional Learning Communities for collaborative work and
better student learning.
7. A program that provides teachers with different opportunities
for coaching, mentoring and peer observation.
8. A system that recognizes and rewards outstanding teacher
performance, initiative and creativity.
9. A system of orienting teachers on the latest memos, circulars,
and orders from the DepEd or Professional Regulations
Commission or PRC.
E. ACADEMIC SUPPORT AND STUDENT DEVELOPMENT SERVICES
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1. Key non-teaching personnel that provide academic support and
services such as Registrar, Librarian and Guidance and the medical
and dental staff are licensed or qualified according to national
standards and are adequate to the size of the students population.
2. A system for the secure and orderly management of student
records.
3. A system of admission and enrolment that is established and
well-disseminated.
4. A holistic, responsive and differentiated guidance and
counselling program that addresses the students’ academic,
personal and career needs, collaboratively implemented with
parents and teachers.
5. A development career guidance program that provides students
with adequate knowledge and experience about the world of work
and potential careers.
6. A program for inventory and testing services to gather
information on students’ psychological and emotional make-up,
academic progress and difficulties and occupational and career
interests.
7. A program for monitoring and following-up on student academic
progress.
8. A system for formulating and implementing the Homeroom
program in line with the school guidance program.
9. A handbook or manual of the different policies and operations in
each unit supporting academic services.
10. A student handbook stipulating policies on students’ rights,
responsibilities and decorum, school student provisions and school
discipline policy that is published, distributed and well-
disseminated to all students, parents and personnel.
11. A system for reviewing and updating the student handbook
consistent with school’s vision-mission and with the latest legal
provisions.

12. A system for obtaining and considering student and parental


feedback in the preparation of the different handbooks and
manuals of the different academic support services.
13. A professional development program that provides for the
different staff of the different academic support offices
opportunities for professional growth and advancement and
membership in professional organizations.
14. A student Activity Program which includes co-and extra-
curricular program which is holistic and supportive of student
learning of the K to 12 standards.
15. A system for selection, acquisition, management and
development of library, IMC and digital learning resources towards
optimum/maximum utilization by students and faculty in and
instructional activities and research.
16. A system that provides varied and accessible Library Services
responsive to classroom instruction needs such as: library
orientation, leisure reading, individual study and research, etc.
17. A system that provides adequate space, holdings, fixtures and
operational dynamics that comply with established Library – IMC
management standards.
18. A system for providing in the library a wide and balanced
collection of students’ references and professional books in the
different subjects and disciplines and other print and non-print
instructional materials collaboratively selected by the students,
teachers and academic teams.
19. A system for the laboratories (Science, T.L.E. and Computer)
that provides adequate equipment, tools and supplies and
appropriate laboratory fixtures (demonstration tables, electrical
and water fittings, fume hoods where needed, first – aid kit,
shower, etc.) which conform to the minimum requirements of the
DepEd and the needs of the programs offered.
20. A system for management of materials and equipment of the
laboratories towards efficient and effective operational delivery:
requisition, inventory, labelling and display, dispensing, etc.
F. PHYSICAL PLANT AND INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPORT FACILITIES
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1. A system for the design, development, construction and
maintenance of different school facilities in line with National
Building Code standards for size, safety & security, environment
protection, etc.
2. A system for providing adequate space and materials and
equipment procurement, repair and maintenance for instructional
support facilities such as Science laboratories, Computer
laboratories, TLE laboratories, and others to ensure enhancement
of learning encounters.
3. A school facilities development plan that provides for the growth
and development of different learning spaces and addresses varied
needs for student learning.
4. A system for providing adequate space and procuring equipment
and supplies necessary for conducting annual check-ups and
delivering emergency medical and dental services.
5. A system for ensuring proper health of the school community
and sanitation in the canteen or nutrition center, drinking facilities,
comfort rooms and play areas.
6. A system for ensuring the academic community’s safety and
disaster preparedness in all the buildings, classrooms and facilities.
G. ADMINISTRATION AND GOVERNANCE
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1. A rationalized and functional organizational chart and system
that clearly shows the names of officers occupying different
positions, their areas of responsibilities and accountabilities and
relationship of offices with each other.
2. A system that ensures compliance with DepEd, SEC, DOLE and
other legislated requirements and established policies, processes
and procedures towards effective and efficient school management
and operation.
3. A system for providing meaningful participation by and
consultation with different internal and external stakeholders in
various decisions and for the accomplishment of the school’s
vision-mission and strategic plans.
4. A manual on school policies processes and procedures that is
published, well-distributed and disseminated.
5. A system for supporting the departments’ academic programs
and professional development of all personnel.
6. A system for checking on and of responding to the different
expectations of varied stakeholders.
7. A program for promoting a collaborative culture among the
different sectors and stakeholders of the academic community.
8. A program of succession and preparation for future school
leaders and administrators.
9. A system that ensures the smooth transfer of responsibilities,
properties and documents during changes in management.
10. A system that ensures the security, accessibility and
confidentiality of all school records and documents.
11. A system of stewardship of school resources.
12. A compensation policy that provides salaries and benefits and
is compliant with existing labor laws and other legislations.

H. BUDGET AND FINANCE


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1. A school financial manual approved by the Board of Trustees
that sets the appropriate fiscal and accounting policies and
systematic procedures that ensure the effective and efficient
delivery of varied services.
2. A system for collaboratively preparing the annual budget
proposal.
3. A system for preparing quarterly budget monitoring
performance reports and distributing the reports according to
policy guidelines.
4. A system for ensuring that budget proposal items and
procurement and requisition procedure support the achievement
of the Standards-based School Improvement Plan.
5. A system for ensuring that all incomes from tuition and all other
fees, and donations are properly utilized according to the purposes
they are collected.
6. A system for generating revenue and raising funds from school
and outside school sources.
I. PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT
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1. A system of on – going process for improvement that is aligned
with the school vision – mission and goals and responds to the
schools’ size, function and community expectations for student
learning.
2. An annual operational plan drawn from the standards-based
school improvement plan.
3. A system that utilizes student performance indicators and
provides feedback for different stakeholders on the over – all
school effectiveness and impact of school planning.
4. A system for collaboratively monitoring and evaluating the
results of the annual operational plan and the standards-based
school improvement plan.
5. A system for communicating the content and results of the
standards-based school improvement plan to different
stakeholders.
II. RUBRICS OF THE PROPOSED ACTION ON AREA’S IMPROVEMENT
Directions: Evaluate your improvement plan parts of every area using the rubric below. Revise your plans according to the results of your self-evaluation. Record your rating per
area in the summary table following this rubric on the last page.

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ITEM ADEQUATELY DONE PARTIALLY DONE NOT DONE AT ALL
(Selected item from the area standard in (Selected item from the area standard in (No improvement plan item is stated.)
need of improvement is fully stated.) need of improvement is partially stated or
written as bullet points or phrases.)
1. SMART GOALS Goals are written as specific, measurable, Goals are partially written as specific, No goals are stated.
attainable, realistic and time bound. measurable, attainable, realistic and time
bound.
2. OUTPUT End result is clearly described in line with End result is vaguely described and not in No output is stated.
the SMART goals. line with the SMART goals.
3. ACTION STEPS Action steps show a detailed and logical Action steps show a vague and do not No actions steps are required.
process of achieving the SMART Goals and show a particular sequence for achieving
accomplishing the output. the SMART Goals and accomplishing the
output.
4. TIME PERIOD Dates of expected accomplishment of the Dates of expected accomplishment of the No dates of expected accomplishment are
output are stated and achievable. output are stated but challenging to meet. stated.
5. MONITORING SYSTEM A system of reviewing and evaluating the A system of reviewing and evaluating the No system and dates of monitoring are
accomplishment of the different action accomplishment of the different action given.
steps and achieving the output is steps and achieving the output is
described in detail. The time period for inconsistent in several parts. The time
monitoring is stated and achievable. period for monitoring is stated and
achievable.
6. PERSON IN-CHARGE Key point persons responsible for the Key point persons responsible for the No person in-charge is identified.
accomplishment of the SMART Goals are accomplishment of the SMART Goals are
clearly identified and stated. The person vaguely identified and stated. The person
has sufficient experience to achieve the lacks relevant experience to achieve the
goals. goals.
7. BUDGET AND BUDGET SOURCE Amount is stated along with the source Amount is stated along with the source No budget and budget source are stated.
from the school budget. Amount is from the school budget. Amount is
sufficient to achieve the output. questionable to achieve the output.
8. ALIGNMENT All above parts are aligned with each Some of the above parts are not aligned No alignment exists in all the above parts.
other and the standard item. with each other and the standard item.