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Republic of the Philippines

Region III
Department of Education
Schools Division of Zambales
District of San Antonio
SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
San Antonio, Zambales

ACTIVITY COMPLETION REPORT

Title of the Activity:

SCHOOL-BASED NATIONAL DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAM


“KABARKADA KONTRA DROGA”

Date: November 26-29, 2018


Venue: San Miguel National High School,
San Antonio, Zambles

Budget Allocation: None

Source of Fund: None

Objectives:

At end of 4-day School-based National Drug Education Program

the students should be able to;

1. Inculcate deeper awareness on illegal drugs such as


abuses and negative effect to human body;
2. Provide students with opportunity to learn and exchange
ideas on illegal drugs;

3. Internalize desirable values as embodied in schools rules


and regulations in promoting the war against illegal
drugs; and

4. Encourage students to participate in proactive


campaign against illegal drugs lead by the school and
participated by the community.

Expected Number of Participants: 80 Students

Actual Number of Participants: 80 Students

NARRATIVE REPORT

1. Rationale:
Pursuant to Section 43 of Article IV of R.A. No. 9165
otherwise known as the “Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs
Act of 2002”, the Department of Education reiterates its
support to the National Drug Education Program (NDEP)
with the school head fully responsible for its effective
implementation.

The NDEP is a comprehensive educational


program which provides for a holistic approach to the
problem of drug abuse. It was designed to enable all
sectors to work collaboratively, with the school system as
the core, thereby, unifying all sectorial endeavors.

It has five (5) components: a) curriculum and


instruction; b) co- curricular and ancillary services; c)
teacher/staff development; d) parent education and
community outreach; and e) research, evaluation and
monitoring. It is implemented in schools to create
awareness on the ill effects of abusing drugs and to
develop among students’ positive behavior and life skills to
resist drugs. References on NDEP may be made to several
department issuances – DECS Memorandum No. 62, s. 1988,
DECS Memorandum No. 388, s. 1995, DECS Memorandum
No. 499, s. 1997, and DECS Memorandum No. 277, s. 1997.

2. Narration of Accomplishments:

1. Intensifying anti-drug abuse information campaigns through


symposium and jingle making;

2. Supporting the activities planned by the designated school


organization such as Boy Scout and Girl Scout and NDEP
Programs together with NDEP Core Group composed by
selected students to lead their schoolmates in war against
illegal drugs;

3. Involving PTAs and student organizations in drug abuse


prevention activities;

4. Creation of NDEP Corner of the school, that serves as


information gateway about illegal drugs awareness;

5. Mobilizing all scout leaders to integrate drug abuse prevention


in the training of scouts utilizing the Drug Abuse Prevention;

6. Integration of NDEP Modules in the designated grade levels in


Araling Panlipunan ang MAPEH subjects; and

APPENDICES

A. Copy of Schools Division Memorandum;

B. Copy of School Memorandum;


C. Documentation/Pictorials;

D. Duplicate Copy of Attendance Sheets;

Prepared by:

LAVERNE D. RAGEL JESSIE G. YUTUC


NDEP Coordinator NDEP Co-Coordinator

Noted by:

ALAN R. RAPADA
Secondary School Principal I
Republic of the Philippines
Region III
Department of Education
Schools Division of Zambales
District of San Antonio
SAN MIGUEL NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
San Antonio, Zambales

ACTIVITY COMPLETION REPORT

SCHOOL-BASED NATIONAL DRUG


EDUCATION PROGRAM
“KABARKADA KONTRA DROGA”

Prepared by:

LAVERNE R. ARGEL
NDE Coordionator

Submitted by:

ALAN R. RAPADA
Secondary School Principal I