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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN (SIP)
SY 2012 – 2014 CAB – ILAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Cab – ilan, Dinagat, Dinagat Islands

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Cab – ilan National High School strongly affirm that quality education can be achieved through synergistic leadership, effective and efficient discharge of duties and responsibilities in order to produce a high - caliber pool of learners that would surmount challenges for their existence. This School Improvement Plan (SIP) is crafted through the collaborative efforts of the school learning communities. This serves as their blueprint in implementing school program and projects. This somehow leads them on how development and improvement of the school are brought and carried out. This contains information, description, problems that need assessment in order to determine the priorities, key goals, standards and targets as well. This essential tool rather capacitates the school head and its stakeholders as part of the school arena. Why crafted this SIP it is because this would answer the societal as well as school needs. The goal of improving the teaching – learning outputs would then be possible as everyone go all-out for it. Thus, as everyone turns the pages of this plan, he then is reminded of his role in achieving the schools’ vision – mission. The success of any school endeavor lies on the exerted labors of the school head and its stakeholders internally or externally. Now, can we take a slice of our time, effort and money for the realization of this school improvement plan? The bottom line in here is that everyone should consider himself as an asset of the school. The educational community shall be the front liners in promoting and carrying quality education. Everyone shall serve as the watchdog on how learning is taking place. The proper use and mobilization of resources that the school has truly contribute to the improvement of the school system. Henry Ford once said, “Don’t find fault; find remedy”, thus, everyone is expected to solve whatever problems that the school has within its own level. With the full cooperation of parents, barangay officials, teachers and students, there is no problem that can’t be solved. Lastly, this living legacy shared by the school head, teachers, internal and external stakeholders shall serve as their guidepost in implementing the DepED programs and projects. Rest assured that the contributions they made will be cherished by the students and community as well. Now, let us start our quest for quality global education in the Philippines and it shall start in here Cab – ilan National High School.

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SCHOOL PROFILE
 Name and History Name Address Region Division District BEIS ID History : : : : : : : Cab – ilan National High School Edera St., Cab – ilan, Dinagat, Dinagat Islands CARAGA Dinagat Islands Dinagat 304823 Out of the folks’ strong conviction, their dream had realized of

having a secondary school in their barangay. It was on 20th of June at 7:00 a.m. wherein strange faces disembarked Barangay Cab – ilan. They were Dr. Isabelita M. Borres, Schools Division Superintendent, Mr. Angelo E. Lerog, Dinagat District – Supervisor, Mrs. Mila O. Geraldino and Ms. Jena G. Maribao. They all brought bacon to the village folks. They immediately approached the ever responsive Barangay Captain Balbino K. Valiente for the purpose of their presence. For few moments of introduction and negotiation, Dr. Borres left the three teachers who were tasked for the information drive and enrolment campaign. As the information was channeled to everyone, the teachers, barangay officials and parents with their children proceeded to Dona Justiniana Memorial Gymnasium and discussed matters regarding the soon to open school. That was perfectly explained by the administrator, Mrs. Mila O. Geraldino. She mentioned that for the meantime, the first and second year levels shall be opened first. Hence, parents were advised to transfer their child from Dinagat School of Fisheries to the new school in accordance to Dr. Borres request. She further reiterated that the fulfillment of the project was a joint venture of the Hon. Glenda B. Ecleo, 1st District Representative and Dr. Isabelita M. Borres. After brief orientation, the listing of the students followed that reached 25 enrollees. June 24, 2002, the regular classes began. Due to the unavailability of rooms, the freshmen held their classes at gymnasium while the sophomores used the elementary H. E. building. The population went to 52 students wherein 34 were 1st year, 13 female and 21 male and 18 for 2nd year level with 4 male and 14 female. The school was manned by Mrs. Mila O. Geraldino as School Head, with Ms. Bevilyn G. Tompong, 1st year adviser, Ms. Jena G. Maribao, 2nd year adviser, Mr. Christopher A. Gimena and Mrs. Simfronia B. Ebol.

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Ecleo. Miss Jena G. Miss Zilda E. August 20.  Type of School Cab – ilan National High School is an annex school of DSOF. It is a public secondary school offering first to fourth year levels. the school was managed by Mrs.00. in 2005 it was renamed as Cab – ilan National High School –DSOF Annex. Valiente. Mila O.  Curriculum 3 . Ecleo Primary School and Cabayawan Elementary School. Mila O. Mrs. Oposa was designated as School In – Charge and later got the item of Head Teacher I. Geraldino and family. Borres. The pioneered officials for SY 2002 . Isabelita M. Rene G. barangay officials headed by Barangay Captain Balbino K.2003 were: President Vice – President Secretary Treasurer Auditor Muse Escort : : : : : : : Flavia Bolambao Samuel Inojas Melitona Balili Ramonita Cuyno Ernilda Anadio Nanie Lubo Anatolio Lubo As the first year students had their class in the gymnasium. Nida P. Principal I and later by Mrs.o It was August 13. Eleonor Elvie F. teachers and parents as well. Geraldino called the parents for the organization of General PTA Officers. Due to Miss Maribao’s transfer to DSOF. Geraldino. September 16. Geraldino was promoted as Principal I for both elementary and secondary. Now. 2002 when Mrs. Baradillo as Head Teacher III. Baradillo’s footsteps and when she transferred to mainland school. a new room was constructed within the elementary school site and its success was due to the untiring support and help of Mrs. Mila O. Salfamones. 2002 at long last freshmen were able to move to their new permanent abode for the entire school year. Esmenda followed Mrs. This is a nationally funded school with monthly MOOE of 7. 2002 when Mrs. including A. the school is manned by Mr. Teresita I.650. After Mrs. Ebol as Head Teacher I. The school was named Ecleo – Moleta Annex High School in honor and efforts of Congresswoman Glenda B. Later. Maribao was assigned as Teacher In – Charge. who donated the school site and Supt.

of min.8 1. 2011 the enrolment reached to 102 from first to fourth year in which 48 are male and 54 female.  School Personnel The school is handled by a full . 408 min.9 10.5 1.2 0. per week # of unit English 300 360 300 240 240 1440 240 240 120 600 2040 1.8 1.3 1. 508 min. no drop outs are reported yet. 2006.5 1. Percentage Allocation of Subjects by Medium of Instruction MOI Subject English Science Math TLE MAPEH CAT Subtotal Filipino Aral Pan Filipino Eduk.2 1.8 1. per week # of unit Third Year No.8 hrs. s.2 0.out rate in the succeeding school year.2 300 360 300 240 240 1440 240 240 180 660 2150 1. # of hours/day 408 min. this can be traced on students’ ability to learn. habit.2 0.2 300 360 300 240 240 1440 240 240 120 600 2040 1. So far. parents orientation or perception about schooling and also due to poverty.5 1.9 10.2 1.2 1.2 1. 36. It’s the target of the school to have a zero drop . or 6.2 1.6 10.Enrolment As of July 31.2 0.5 300 360 300 240 240 50 1440 240 240 120 660 2150 1.2 1. All students are enrolled in a regular program.2 1. 508 min. There are two (2) locally paid school board teachers whose salary came from provincial school board fund.2 1. The school has been observing the different subjects credit and time allotment per DepEd Order No. of min.8 hrs.5 1. The school is trying to increase its enrolment using the following interventions: 4 . of min.o The school is offering and implementing the Regular Basic Education Curriculum (RBEC).5 1.fledge Secondary School Head Teacher I from Cagdianao National High School. or 7. Understanding by Design has been applied from first to second year levels in support to Secondary Education Curriculum.6 10.5 1. sa Pagpapahalaga First Year No.8 hrs. or 7. per week # of unit Fourth Year No. English and Filipino have been the medium of instruction. per week # of unit Second Year No. of min.8 1.8 hrs.2 1.2 1.2 0. Though there was truly a decrease of enrolment from 110 to 102.2 1.  Students’ Profile . It has five (5) permanent teachers whose items are borrowed from other schools.8 Sub total Total Ave.5 1.5 1. or 6.

7 from 2nd year and 6 in 3rd year. Bandillo during Graduation and Moving Up Ceremonies. 2011 Age 10 and below 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 and above TOTAL First Year M F 0 0 0 0 2 3 5 9 2 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 14 Second Year M F 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 4 5 7 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 12 Third Year M F 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 5 8 1 3 4 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 15 10 Fourth Year M F 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 9 6 8 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 13 18 Total (1-4) M F 0 0 0 0 2 3 9 13 8 14 11 10 10 13 6 0 1 0 1 1 0 0 48 54 5 . Home Visits 5. there were almost 25 students who enjoyed 4P’s benefits. Announcements.o 1. The table below shows the monthly report on enrolment from SY 2010 – 2011 and SY 2011 – 2012. Family Mapping/ Advocacy on Enrolment thru PTA and Barangay Assemblies.2011 Monthly Enrolment F T 14 27 10 24 21 35 11 24 56 110 SY 2011 . Streamers. 12 are in 1st year. Child Friendly School Atmosphere 4. Attendance &Tardiness Monitoring (ATM) Moreover.2012 Monthly Enrolment F T 15 25 12 21 10 25 18 31 55 102 I II III IV Total M 11 9 15 13 48 - Age Profile Data here presented the age profile of students for the current school year. Awards for Zero Drop –Out Class 3. 2. Report on Enrolment SY 2010 – 2011 and SY 2011 – 2012 Year Level M 13 14 14 13 54 SY 2010 . Age Profile SY 2011 – 2012 as of July.

School canteen is there to cater if they crave for food. most of them are really in their ideal age of attending classes in school.conscious. What is in their mind is to have something to eat. Thus. faculty room.o It can be perceived that the average ages of students who are in school are on aged 14 – 16. And also the number of obese can be a warn to them to include exercise as their hobby. The school is having its “hataw” and aerobics every Friday during interest hours. they are quite immature of doing matters related school chores and activities thus parental guidance is advised. the table presented below could give as details: Nutritional Status as of July 2011 Year 1 2 3 4 Total Enrolment 25 21 25 31 102 # of Students Weigh 24 21 25 31 101 Body Mass Index (BMI) Normal Overweight Obese 14 10 0 8 10 3 1 15 9 3 14 14 26 49 26 The data tell that 49 students are overweight which means they are not having their balance diet.A. Table here depicts the status of the school physical facilities. Nutritional Status With regard to students’ nutritional status.  Physical Facilities There are six (6) usable classrooms that the school had. They are not particular as to how much amount of food they would take. Thus. they are not body . It has two (2) shared toilets. laboratories and the like./Workshop Computer Room Not Currently Used Library Clinic Canteen School Head Office Stock/Property Room Not Currently Used Desks Sets of Chair & Table Number of Items 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Condition Functional Non Instructional Rooms Furniture 6 . Nonetheless. Structure Instructional Rooms Usage Academic Classrooms Science Laboratory Home Economics I. No canteen. playground.

o Arm Chairs Teachers’ Table/Chair Blackboards Laboratory Table Laboratory Stools/Chairs Male Female Shared Male Female Shared Open Well Artesian Well Rain Water Collector Water Line (LWUA) With complete fence Without fence With Electricity Without Electricity 140 0 12 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 Usable Usable Toilet Urinals Water Facilities Fencing Electricity 7 .

Some residents are also having their sari – sari store to cater the needs of the place.188.  Geographical Location Cab – ilan is beautiful island facing west.  Economy Fishing is the dominant way of living. which is about seven (7) kilometers away from the Municipality of Dinagat. Iglesia Filipina Independiente is the major religion in the place while only few are Roman Catholics. but later it was changed by succeeding teniente del barrio to March 19 in honor of Saint Joseph. There are six (6) puroks namely: Purok Bolis. Salindato. the founder of PBMA. It can be reached by motorbanca for 20 . bolinao. Mostly all men including their children are engage in fishing less for farming and other forms of livelihood. It is composed of two (2) islets which known as Cab – ilan “Dako” and Cab – ilan “Gamay. Diegas and Edera.  Political The first settlers of Barangay Cab – ilan were the families of Luca. Different leaders evolved from their three terms of office. the Barangay Captain is Hon. Some are PBMA whose beliefs are different from the rests. 302 wherein 692 are male and 610 are female. it has almost a total population of 1. The barangay has an IRA of Php 820.  Demography With the increasing population of the place. others are Born Again. mangko and others.” The total land area is 232 hectares. Bolinao and Dumod – ot. Anadio. Anduhaw. Cab – ilanons are God – fearing. “Pandango and Curacha” were the folks favorite dances while they used to hum and sing the Vaudabelle. Edera was the clan of Ruben Edera Ecleo. Now. was the first teniente del barrion in 1940 who proclaim their fiesta every June 29 in honor of Saint Peter. Balo. Sr.25 minutes if the weather is good.o COMMUNITY PROFILE  Socio – Cultural Barangay Cab – ilan enliven the spirit of bayanihan which they locally called “pahina”. 8 . Barangay Cab – ilan was organized in 1952..92. Now. There were 119 households. Sr. They used to have “palaran” and “lunggot” as their mechanism to catch fish like dumud – ot. Apolinario Diegas. Dominador P. piret.

54 Performance Indicators Cohort .2011 68. collaborative efforts between its internal and external stakeholders are deemed necessary. it’s quite reasonable that the increase is contributed to rigid and intensive review of the teachers which was done from 4:10 – 5:10 in the afternoon.78 100 1.25 SY (YII) 2010 .28 1. giving incentive for perfect class attendance.69 1.92 84.09 2011 . Science is dropping from 78.17 78.75 75.42 for the overall national achievement rate of second year students from the previous school year.92.54 to 66. Mondays to Thursdays and whole day of Friday.2012 0 Drop – Out Rate Retention Rate Repetition Rate Completion Rate Graduation Rate Failure Rate Promotion Rate Gross Enrolment Rate This table presented the school performance indicators for three (3) years.48 66. Pan Average SY (YII) 2009 – 10 75. illnesses.92 82.96 54.67 National Standard 75 75 75 75 75 75 nd It can be gleaned from the table that there was an increase of 2.64 77.33. 9 . unavailability of resources. transfer of residence. Various factors like poverty.11 72.2010 80.83 72.56 3.o SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS  School Performance Student Achievement NAT (National Achievement Test) Results (2 Year) Subject Areas English Math Science Filipino Aral.16 97.86 100 5. It is lower than the National Standard by 0.08 68.54 76. With regard to other areas. This perhaps due to the fact that the school has no science teacher for almost two succeeding school year. Sad to note. strengthening project REACH and others.81 5. Thus. are some of the many reasons that greatly affect the school performance.57 1.92 74. Performance Indicators 2009 .45 0 62. etc.45 93. This tells the comparison between the different indicators of school performance as to how far the school is doing.69 99.64 99. feeding. The school is finding recourse to at least lessen the negative effects of this problem to school arena these include home visits.Survival Rate School Year 2010 .

2. It is hoped that by next school year. 4.2011 45 37 47 32 43 45 46 43 SY 2011 . Project RENE (Reading Enhancement and Needs Evaluation) – 30 minute Reading Habit Spelling Habit.56% 14.82% 29. still it’s quite far reaching to decrease level of frustration and achieve the National Standard of 100% independent readers. Project DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) at 9:45 – 10:00 am. 6. FWAW – Five Words A Week 7.00% 100% Independent Readers The result emphasized the increase of frustrated readers as far as comprehension is concerned.before starting the lesson (at least 15 items) (taken from yesterday’s lesson) WTL.50% 12. Reading two (2) books in a year.o Reading and Comprehension Level Post Oral Reading and Comprehension Results (First Year) Reading Level Frustration Level Instructional Level Independent Level SY 2009 . Thus.  Instructional Materials Data on the Availability of Learning Materials Textbooks English First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year Science First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year SY 2009. it is decreased by 4. 3.10 SY 2010 -11 SY 2011 .2012 41 36 42 30 41 42 44 40 10 . The following are some of the reading interventions: 1.62% from previous year. lower than the National Standard by 75%. On independent level.62% 62. Though the teachers are doing their task in cascading the knowledge they’ve learned from trainings.Writing to Learn (things that they learned everyday in all subjects) Words Bank. 5.12 National Standard 29% 36% 36% 55. that number would be lessened. The figure above is an eye opener for the administration and the teacher as well to double time their reading tutorials to slow readers especially in developing their comprehension skills.50% 25.2010 45 37 47 32 43 45 46 43 SY 2010 .every Friday they have to memorize at least 1 difficult word then give its meaning. This can be traced on students’ lack of love in reading. Mon – Fri.

It can be observed that the school doesn’t have textbooks in Filipino. This may be traced to students’ negligence and inevitable circumstances like flashfloods which affects the school premises. This does not meet the ratio of textbook – student of 1:1 of national standard. On the other hand. Values Education in all year levels and no MAPEH for second year level. TLE. school had 11 .o Math First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year Filipino First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year Araling Panlipunan First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year MAPEH First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year Values First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year TLE First Year Second Year Third Year Fourth Year References PRE-GED Books (Brown Cover) Dictionary Co-ordinated Science Oxford Science & Technology PRE-GED Books (Blue Cover) Supplementary World Atlas Natural Remedies Encylopedia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 45 38 0 0 43 0 46 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 50 17 0 0 0 43 48 34 30 0 0 0 0 45 38 0 0 43 0 46 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 50 17 0 0 1 35 47 32 30 0 0 0 0 43 38 0 0 43 44 39 41 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 50 17 1 1 1 The table above signifies the availability of learning materials that would enhance the learning of the students. It can be noticed that there was a decrease number of textbook since the year of acceptance.

learning process of the school system. Among of the six (6) teachers only two (2) including the school head had been pursuing their graduate studies. From these results.Planning. rd 3 Year Adv. Assessing and Reporting . Strand 4. all of the teachers together with the school head are borrowed from other schools. the school doesn’t have its own plantilla. Ebol Peter John T. Espinosa is from Rizal NHS. Educ. Math. Physics. From now on. Sagarino 1 Year Adv. Espinosa Riza P. tarpaulin on different organ systems and purchase of laboratory materials. th 4 Year Adv. Mrs. w/ PhD units BSEd – Mathematics BSAgEd – Animal Husbandry BSEd – Math. apparatuses and equipment were also given importance.o acquired references and supplementary books from SBM Funds as priority project for SY 2010 – 2011. Math. On the hand. Educ. The ratio of teacher – student of 1:1 has been attained. Ebol Female: BSEd – Biology. thus. Riza P. Ebol from Sering NHS. Sagarino are from DSOF. Peter John T. Filipino. units BSEd – Social Studies 0823331 1004716 0703240 0903184 0492284 1050668 Chemistry. st The information above clearly tells that Cab – ilan National High School don’t have science teacher. MAPEH School Head nd 2 Year Adv. Val. Simfronia B. Ebol item is from Cagdianao NHS. Subjects Taught Advisory Class Male: Rene G. MAPEH TLE. Take this. Mendoza Evelyn U. Mr. Melgar NHS and Mrs.2 – Develops and utilizes creative and appropriate assessment to monitor and on Domain 4 Curriculum. it reveals on their IPPD that the competencies that need to be enhanced are on Domain 5. Mrs. Mendoza. Ebol and Miss Evelyn U. Filipino. w/ PhD units BS Commerce w/ Educ. English. Rene G. 12 . Ebol Irish S. All these things are necessary to improve the teaching . a volunteer teacher is handling science subjects for 1st and 2nd year. Strand 5. MAPEH. Besides. Irish S. Next is on how assessment shall be conducted. The formulation of any mean of assessing students’ output and how they would rate it is lacking to them. Thus.  Personnel Profile Name Educational Attainment and Specialization Professional License No. learning activities and the instructional materials. Thus. Reading AralPan. Ed. Implementation Tchr. the school needs it very badly. Simfronia B. the teachers training needs will be focused on the Use of Selective Teaching Strategies and Methods that would improve their way of teaching.4 Selects teaching methods. per result of their NCBTS – TSNA. Val. Val. Mr. On the other hand. they must be exposed on Rubrics Making and Other Forms of Assessments.

o Though the use of ICT in teaching and learning is also their priority needs that is Domain 4 Curriculum.  Physical Facilities 3 -Year Comparative Data on School Physical Facilities Instructional No. Strand 4. of Classrooms Science Laboratory Industrial Arts Bldg HE Bldg # of complete Cls # of unfinished Cls # of makeshift Cls Ancillary Services No.2012 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Without fencing Electricity With electricity Without electricity CLASSROOM FURNITURE 13 . the administration decided not to stay focus with it but rather on the two main concerns above.7.2010 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SY 2010 . of CR-Female No. but because of no computers in school where they can sustain their learning on it. of CRs-Male No.2011 6 0 0 0 6 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 SY 2011 . of Shared CRs Library/ LRC Guidance Office Green House/ Nursery Computer Room Non-Instructional Principal’s Office Faculty Room School Clinic School Canteen CAT Office Stock/Property Room Water Facilities Open well Artesian Well Rain water collection Water line (LWUA) Fencing With complete fencing With incomplete fencing With permanent fencing With semi-permanent fencing SY 2009.

cost instructional materials just to carry out the task embedded on them. of Blackboards No. of Laboratory Tables No. pf Teachers' Chairs No. specify) OFFICE EQUIPMENT No. of Lab Chairs/Stools LEARNING EQUIPMENT Home Economics Facilities Practical Arts Facilities Sports/Athletic Facilities Gardening Tools Library Facilities Playground Facilities School Health Facilities MULTI-MEDIA No. students were given a toothbrush and toothpaste kit 14 . of TV Set Video/Cassette Player Others (pls. of Computers for Instruction No. of Tablet Armchairs No. teachers had to utilize low . Being a recipient of SBM Fund. of Teachers’ Tables No. of Typewriters No. multimedia devices and medical – dental materials. of Computers No. Though the school has no clinic.o No. of Table/Chair Set No. every classroom has its own medicine kit equipped with first aid drugs like pain relievers. of Desks No. etc. of Photocopiers Mimeographing Machine Sound System Fax MEDICAL/DENTAL First Aid Kit Clinical Bed Others (pls. The school has no adequate learning equipment. In spite the lack of resources. specify) SITE OWNERSHIP Land Title Tax Declaration Deed of Donation Deed of Sale Usufruct 320 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 320 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 140 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 The table depicts the data on school physical facilities.

m. The vacant room for instruction is being utilized and also served as school canteen.m. Ebol Peter John T. These due to the fact that the chairs issued five years back were made of steel. the school has no fence whereby anyone could pass through it. Feedbacks were given using STAR Technique during post conference. Monthly supervisory plan is crafted for the teachers to be guided on when is their schedule of class observation. Ebol Melchor D. the school site is donated by Congresswoman Glenda B. The school head is visible from Monday to Friday. Connection of electricity was realized but only then it lights is on at 6:00 pm and off on 10:00 pm. (Tuesday) Subject to be Observed TLE Math Biology English Aral Pan Teachers’ Confirmation 15 . (Thursday) 10:45 – 11:45 a. The SH supervised five (5) permanent and two (2) volunteer teachers.o wherein they truly practice daily tooth brushing in school in support to Health and Nutrition Program of DepED. Mantilla Riza P.  School Management Leadership The school is under the leadership of Mr. Ebol as Secondary School Head Teacher I. The data above further speak that there is no office of the school head and teachers. It can further said that. SUPERVISORY PLAN For the month of March.m. The figure on the number of desk is quite shocking. Now. (Tuesday) 8:30 – 9:30 a. 2012 March 6 7 15 19 20 Name of Teachers to be Observed Simfronia B. On the other hand.57%. Sagarino Year Level IV I II I III Time/Day 9:45 – 10:45 a. There is no even laboratory room for TLE class and Science activities. 70% of the school heads’ time is utilized for instructional supervision. Below is a sample of a monthly supervisory plan. (Monday) 7:30 – 8:30 a. Rene G. Mendoza Evelyn U. Ecleo thru deed of donation. (Wednesday) 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. Almost of the chairs made of steel were defective and dangerous for the students to use. it turns to rusts. there was a decrease of 128. Though recourse was given but it cannot be repaired anymore.m.

- Stakeholders Participation Through SBM. Within the educational community. SCG was organized. In fact. The figure below shows the organizational structure of the school. everyone is connected to anyone else. Below is a comparative data on stakeholders’ participation to different school activities like Brigada Eskwela Plus. It doesn’t mean that one is superior from one another. In fact. Everyone internalizes that no one is above the other.2012 95/102 95/102 75/102 - School Community Relationship The school is establishing strong community partnership.2010 100/115 85/115 70/115 Year 2 2010 . Moral support is only the best way they could give per barangay officials. the SH is attending the Barangay Council Session to air out issues and concerns related to educational endeavor. The school encourages the participation of its external stakeholders to create strong linkages between them. After every grading period. Due to financial constraints the barangay council could not give any monetary assistance to the school. HRPTA meeting was called to inform parents on the performance of their child.2011 86/110 86/110 66/110 Latest Year 2011 . 16 .o 30% is spared on administrative functions addressing school needs and problems like solving conflict between teachers – teachers and others. STAKEHOLDERS’ PARTICIPATION General PTCA Homeroom PTA Brigada Eskwela Plus Year 1 2009 . etc. The school is participating some of the community based contest during Fiesta Celebration. - Planning and Development The organizational structure represents how communication is being channeled. GPTA meetings were conducted every end of semester.

EDERA School Board Teacher Students The school has its own planning team. EBOL SST I/II . Different teams are created for each part.Linnaeus Adviser EVELYN U. SAGARINO SST I/III – Chadwick Adviser RIZA P. ESPINOSA SST I/I – Frisch Adviser PETER JOHN T. It is advised that SQM should not be part of the SPT to avoid bias during monitoring and evaluation phase. Head of School School QM Team Implementation Team Physical Facilities and Instructional Materials and Equipment Team School Finance Team Curriculum and Instructional Programs Team Student Co – curricular Activities Team Staff Development Team 17 . EBOL Prop. The structure below shows the school improvement plan implementation. Custodian .Designate IAN R.o RENE G. EBOL SSHT I IRISH S. MENDOZA SST I/IV – Newton Adviser SIMFRONIA B. It is headed by the school head.

3. participation and involvement to every school activity. Teachers who are doing their best shots in every contest shall be recognized by giving certificate of recognition. At the end of the SY. This shall be verified in terms of their attendance. Designation/ Step SST I/Step 3 SST I/ Step 1 SST I/ Step 1 SST I/ Step 1 SST I/Step 1 Date of Birth 7/26/1957 6/23/1987 3/27/1983 12/31/1972 10/29/1975 Major/ Minor Animal Husbandry Math Math/TLE English Soc. each teacher shall be given certificate of recognition for carrying out their task in achieving quality education at the end of the term. Irish S. Every student who has no absent or has perfect class attendance shall be given a monetary award at the end of the school year. 2. Teachers who have no absent or have perfect attendance in attending classes shall be given certificate of commendation and a cash prize. Peter John T. Riza P. incentives and monitoring and evaluation of its stakeholders may it internal or external as far as school performance is concern. Students shall be given incentive for whatever good doings they have bestowed in the school. - School Guidelines on Incentives & Rewards  STUDENTS 1. 2. Mendoza.  TEACHERS 1. the school staffing system can be presented this way: Name of Teachers Ebol. There will be a search for most loved teacher during National Teachers Day. regional or national level shall be given certificate of recognition with corresponding cash. cash shall also be given. Evelyn U.o Furthermore. Ebol. Students who may win in every contest may it division. Espinosa. 18 . Sagarino. Studies Chairmanship (refer above) SFT PFIMET SQMT SDT/CIPT SCAT  Systems and Procedures The school has its own and unique way of giving rewards. Transparency is practiced with regard to fund management. Parents who give full support to the school shall be given certificate of commendation. It is best regarded that everyone is accountable to his job and daily undertakings within the school system. 3.  PARENTS 1. Simfronia B. Nonetheless. 4.

Furthermore.300.00 8.000.000.00 4.000. this SY 2012 – 2013.00 SBM Grant of FY 2011.00 2.000.00 as Cab – ilan NHS’s monthly share but during the month of December the MOOE given is just Php 5.00 95.650.000. The amount is downloaded to DSOF.00.00.000.000.00 as SBM Grant last August 2011 for FY 2010 which was implemented on SY 2011 – 2012. - Monitoring & Evaluation Conducting monitoring and evaluation of the SIP is essential to the success of the plan.00 45. Gas & Lubricant Transportation Services Utility Expenses Communication Expenses Other Professional Services Repair and Maintenance of Gov’t. Hopefully.000.000. The following is the breakdown of appropriations of Annual MOOE of the School: Source of Fund : MOOE (downloaded to Dinagat School of Fisheries) 15. Monitoring and Evaluation provides the school a way: to learn from the experience to make necessary adjustments to improve performance to increase stakeholders’ participation and accountability to successfully implement the plan to take note of effective practices 19 . It is therefore a challenge to school administrator to apply for separation pertinent to this matter. Facilities Fidelity Bond TOTAL MOOE The figure above informed everyone that the total annual MOOE of the school Php 95. It shall be liquidated one month after it was received with supporting docs adhere to.000.000.00 9.00 3.00 2.000. The mother school gives Php 7. the school was able to receive Php 50. It shall be incorporated to AIP reflecting its priorities.o - Public Expenditure and School Finance MOOE is for the repair and maintenance of the school.000.000. CNHS is still a recipient of Php 50.00 3.00 4.00 Travel Training and Seminar Supplies and Materials Oil.

Impas. Changco. Tagaro. It’s been nurturing the minds of its learners since 2002 producing quality graduates. SST I Sarah M. the administration is strictly implementing its house rules with regards to safety and security.2012 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 So far. Thus. of Recorded Incidence of Student – Student Conflict No. of Recorded Theft/Robbery No. Though it has no guards but parents are vigilant enough when safety and security of their child is at stake. the school maintains its peaceful and chaos – free zone.2010 0 0 SY 2010 . the school is open to bystanders. Child – Friendly School System 2. Espinosa. the school is sustaining the following DepEd programs: 1. of Recorded Incidence of Teacher – Student Conflict No. Dominador P.2011 0 0 SY 2011 . - School Environment Cab – ilan National High School is a conducive place for learning whereby creating socio – emotional school climate for students. SGC President Junrey M. Anadio.o SIP School Quality Management Team Chairman Members : : Irish S. SSG President Hon. Case No. This manifests how good rapport is maintained within the school arena. of Recorded Incidence of Teacher – Parent Conflict SY 2009 . As to its safety and security. GPTA President Jenelyn O. Therefore. Project ATM (Attendance and Tardiness Monitoring) The data below could testify how CNHS learning environment is very conducive to teaching – learning process. duties and responsibilities in Monitoring and Evaluating DepED programs and projects. 20 . Barangay Captain Each of the members has an embedded job.

Improving all aspects of the quality of education and ensuring excellence of all students so that recognized and measurable learning outcomes are achieved by all. well – disciplined. numeracy and essential life skills. C. well – rounded. God .o GUIDING PRINCIPLES A. This entails great responsibility as everyone is accountable in improving the teaching – learning process of the school. Ensuring that the learning needs of all students are met through equitable access to appropriate learning and life skills programs. 2. especially in literacy. Accountability Responsibility B. value – oriented and environmentally conscious citizens who are responsive to societal needs. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES The following school major goals are anchored on EFA goals: 1. 21 . The major objective of the school is to improve the teaching – learning performance in order to produce quality learners who will become productive citizens of the country. VISION Cab – ilan National High School is an educational learning institution that develops learners’ capabilities to become God – fearing. This is indispensable for everyone as he/she is responsible the fulfilling its duty and responsibility to carry out the task embedded on them. MISSION The school endeavors to provide quality yet relevant education that will transform every learner to become functionally literate. CORE VALUES Honesty This very essential so that everyone in the organization would be honest and commit themselves for the realization of the school goals and objectives.loving and productive individuals through the intercession of competent internal and external stakeholders within the learning communities. D.

To hire volunteer teacher Major Science Filipino MAPEH Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 1 0 0 1 Y2 2013 0 0 1 1 Y3 2014 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 DTR. ED. Provincial School Board Fund 2.o SCHOOL GOAL CHART School Indicators Objectively Verifiable Indicators (OVIs) Means of Verification (MOVs) Important Assumptions  PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS 1. To increase enrolment by 2%.1.2To upgrade teacher positions Position T II T III Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 0 1 2 Y2 2013 1 0 1 Y3 2014 1 1 2 0 0 0 Approved Reclass.Physical and Ancillary Services 3. Advise Order Appointment Link with HRMO 2. Official Receipts.1.3 To upgrade teachers’ STEP Increment Position/ Step T I/II TI/III Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 1 1 2 Y2 2013 1 0 1 Y3 2014 1 1 2 NOSA Link with HRMO 1 0 0 3.1 Construct school canteen & reading center Facilities Canteen Reading Center Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 1 0 2 Y2 2013 0 1 1 Y3 2014 0 1 1 0 0 0 Program of Works.Personnel 2. 0rder # 4 s.1 To improve physical facilities and environment of learning 3. Certificate of Project Completion Link with PTA and other stakeholders 22 . Pertinent Papers MOA Link with AO. Year I II III IV Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 26 22 26 32 106 Y2 2013 27 23 27 33 110 Y3 2014 28 24 28 34 114 25 21 25 31 102 Form 3 Early Enrolment Advocacy Dep.1. 2012 2. Enrolment 1.

1. 0 1 1 4 1 4 1 4 23 . of Rooms to be Lighted Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 1 1 Y2 2013 2 2 Y3 2014 1 1 2 2 Program of Works. Certificate of Project Completion MOOE.3. Official Receipts.o 3. HRPTA Project 3.1.Construct/repair/renovate/finish the following facilities Facilities Flagpole Nursery Billboard School Fence Flower Boxes Pathway Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 Y2 2013 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 Y3 2014 1 0 1 1 1 1 6 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 Program of Works. Certificate of Project Completion MOOE and other sources of funds 3. PTA Fund. Install of Electrical Wirings and Light Facilities: No. Official Receipts. Official Receipts.1.1. Repair/repaint the following facilities Facilities Flagpole Nursery Billboard School Fence Flower Boxes Pathway Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 0 1 0 1 0 1 3 Y2 2013 0 0 1 1 1 1 4 Y3 2014 1 0 1 1 1 1 6 1 0 0 0 4 0 5 Program of Works. etc. Certificate of Project Completion Link with BLGU & Parents for Fund Raising Activity.5 Renovate/repair the following facilities Facilities Classroom Canteen SciRoom MiniLibrary cum Fclty Room School Signage Total Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 2 0 1 1 Y2 2013 2 1 0 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 Program of Works. Certificate of Project Completion MOOE and other sources of funds 3.4.2. Official Receipts.

1. Fund Raising.1.4 English 1 -4 Filipino 1-4 Math 1-4 Aral Pan 1-4 Baseline 2011 0 0 0 0 0 Y1 2012 10 10 10 10 10 Y2 2013 10 10 10 10 10 Y3 2014 10 10 10 10 10 PR. Liquidation Report MOOE and SBM Funds 4. Certificate of Project Completion MOOE .1. GPTA Funds. 4.2 Procure the following learning equipment/materials Equipment or Materials Volleyball ball Volley ball net Stopwatch Baseline 2011 1 1 0 Y1 2012 1 0 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 0 1 24 . To improve methods of teaching through acquisition of instructional and learning materials 4.Learning Materials and Equipment 4. etc. Official Receipts.1 Procure/photocopy of worksheets/ workbooks in five (5) major subjects area per year level Subject Area Science 1 .1. Official Receipts.6 Acquire/construct /purchase/repair/repaint school furniture like: Furniture Baseline 2011 Plastic Chairs Tables Bulletin Boards Wooden Cabinets Chairs Black Boards 0 0 2 0 10 0 Y1 2012 5 4 2 1 15 2 Y2 2013 10 2 2 1 20 2 Y3 2014 15 1 2 1 25 2 Program of Works.1. PO. OR. etc.o 3. Delivery Receipts. 3. Certificate of Project Completion Campus Club Funds.7 Repaint of the following: Facilities Classrooms Flower Box Canteen SciRoom MiniLibrary cum Fclty Room Baseline 2011 3 0 0 0 0 Y1 2012 1 2 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 Program of Works.

PO.o Equipment or Materials Chess Board Scrabble Board Calculator Meter stick Badminton ball Badminton net Rubiks Cube SuDuKo Solid Geometric Figures Triangles 45-45-90 Triangles 30-60-90 Compass Weighing Scale Baseline 2011 1 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 Y1 2012 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 5 1 0 0 1 1 0 Y3 2014 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 0 PR. PO. Delivery Receipts. Liquidation Report MOOE and SBM Funds 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 4. Liquidation Report MOOE and SBM Funds 4.4 Procure the following instructional materials/office & school supplies School/Office Materials Bong Paper (Long) Bond Paper (Short) Baseline 2011 1 ream 1 ream 20 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 1 pc 1 pc Y1 2012 2 rms 2 rms 30 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs Y2 2013 2 rms 2 rms 30 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs Y3 2014 2 rms 2 rms 40 pcs Cartolina Pentelpen Pentelpen ink Computer inks (black) Computer inks (colored) Stapler Scotch tapes 7 pcs 7 pcs 2 pcs 2 pcs PR.1.1. PO. OR. Delivery Receipts. OR.3 Procure of multimedia equipment Multimedia Eqpt Sound System Educ’l CD Tapes Digicam Computer Baseline 2011 0 0 0 0 Y1 2012 1 2 0 0 Y2 2013 0 4 1 0 Y3 2014 0 6 0 1 PR. Delivery Receipts. Liquidation Report MOOE and SBM Funds 1 pc 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 25 . OR.

PTA 5 trys 1.2 To improve students’ nutritional status thru feeding program Items Rice Noodles Hotdog Egg Baseline 2011 1 sack 2 boxes 20 pcks 2 trays Y1 2012 2 sacks 3 bxs 30 pcks 5 trys Y2 2013 2 scks 3 bxs 35 pks 5 trys Y3 2014 2 scks 4 bxs 40pks SBM Proposal. Health Report Link with District School Nurse and Parents 26 .3 To purchase the following that promote students’ wellness Items Biogesic Neozep Dicycloverin Mefenamic Acid Amoxicillin Betadine Cotton toothbrush toothpaste Baseline 2011 1 box 1 box 0 1 box 1 box 4 bts 4 pks 100 pcs 100 pcs Y1 2012 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 4 bts 4 bts 100 pcs 100 pcs Y2 2013 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 4 bts 4 pks 100 pcs 100 pcs Y3 2014 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 1 box 4 bts 4 bts 100 pcs 100 pcs SBM Proposal.Learner Performance 1. Report on the Use of Medicine. Liquidation Report Link with DepED SBM Coordinator. PR. OR.1 To improve the health and nutritional status of the students by increasing normal students BMI Normal Overweight Obese Total Baseline 2011 26 49 26 101 Y1 2012 40 46 20 106 Y2 2013 50 45 15 110 Y3 2014 55 45 14 114 Report on Nutritional Status Health and Nutrition Program of DepED 1. DOH.o School/Office Materials Fastener Folder (L) Notebook Class Record School Register Sign pen Clear book Brown envelope Manila Paper Glue Baseline 2011 25 pcs 10 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 25 pcs 7 pcs Y1 2012 30 pcs 20 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 30 pcs 7 pcs Y2 2013 30 pcs 25 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 30 pcs 7 pcs Y3 2014 30 pcs 30 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 7 pcs 30 pcs 7 pcs  QUALITY AND RELEVANCE 1. Menu Board.

16 76.00 75.08 68.03 1.50 Y3 2014 77.00 12.50 76.00 35.00 75.03 78.68 78.77 0 1 0 66.51 92.00 100% Y2 2013 35.03 78.12 100 3 95.50 100% Y1 2012 30.72 70.50 62.39 71.00 30.00 75.To increase NAT Over – all Result by 2 % Project NAT II NAT IV Baseline 2011 74.50 76.94 0 3 0 64.00 30. DEMO Link with Division Planning Officer 27 .00 40.Survival Rate Drop – Out Rate Retention Rate Repetition Rate Completion Rate Graduation Rate Failure Rate Promotion Rate Gross Enrolment Rate Baseline 2011 68.50 76.00 75.00 75.92 66.00 75.School Performance 1.63 87.4.03 Official NAT Result NETRC Administered Test 2.47 SIS.30 Y3 2014 75.6.00 Y1 2012 0 75.92 Y1 2012 0 0 0 0 0 Y2 2013 74.00 100% Link to English Teacher & SH PHIL IRI Pre & Post Test Result Frustration Total 2.86 100 5.50 Y3 2014 78.71 100 0 99.92 84.4.57 1.00 75.42 94.67 75.To increase/decrease performance indicators by 2% Performance Indicators Cohort .26 86.87 69.00 Y2 2013 76.5.00 100% Y3 2014 50.45 0 62.00 Y2 2013 76.1.50 76.37 96.00 25.45 93.00 Y1 2012 75.34 0 2 0 65.00 25.00 75.03 78.To increase NAT IV by subject area by 2 % Subject English Science Official NAT Result NETRC Administered Test Math Filipino Aral Pan Baseline 2011 75.40 100 2 97.To increase NAT II by subject area by 2 % Subject English Science Math Filipino Aral Pan Baseline 2011 72.17 83.58 Y3 2014 72.o 1.38 68.To increase number of independent readers and decrease frustrated readers Reading Level Independent Instructional Baseline 2011 25. SRC.73 Y2 2013 71.03 78.64 99.71 Official NAT Result NETRC Administered Test 1.89 85.81 5.09 Y1 2012 69.48 82.

o 3. Math Challenge.2. Olympics.3 To improve Life Skills in MAKABAYAN thru Consumer Quiz.Staff Development 4. Rizal Quiz Level Division Regional National Baseline 2011 1 0 0 Y1 2012 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 Certificate of Recognition and Commendation Link with DEPS In MAKABAYAN 3. To improve Mathematical Skills by joining Math Festival. Olympiad & Stat Quiz Level Division Regional National Baseline 2011 4 1 0 Y1 2012 5 2 1 Y2 2013 6 3 1 Y3 2014 7 4 1 Certificate of Recognition and Commendation Link with DEPS In Math 3. Poster – Slogan. Quiz.1. To improve Scientific Skills by joining Science Fair. Science Congress. To improve teachers’ competence thru trainings based on NCBTS TSNA. Super Quiz Bee Level Division Regional National Baseline 2011 0 1 0 Y1 2012 5 2 1 Y2 2013 6 3 1 Y3 2014 7 4 1 Certificate of Recognition and Commendation Link with DEPS In Science 3. SPPD Link with DEPS In – Charge of NCBTS – TSNA 28 .4 To improve Journalism skills thru Press Conference may it in Filipino or English Level Division Regional National Baseline 2011 1 1 0 Y1 2012 2 1 1 Y2 2013 3 1 1 Y3 2014 4 1 1 Certificate of Recognition and Commendation Link with DEPS In English & Filipino 4.IPPD Training ICT Teaching Strategies Values Formation Communication Personality Dev’t Assessment /Evaluation SIM Baseline 2011 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Y1 2012 1 6 0 0 6 6 2 Y2 2013 1 0 6 0 0 0 2 Y3 2014 1 0 0 6 0 0 2 NCBTS – TSNA IPPD. STEP.School Participation/ Achievements 3.

1 To establish strong linkages among Participation’ stakeholders thru increase active involvement & participation to school activities Activities GPTA HRPTA Baseline 2011 95/102 95/102 75/102 50/102 40/102 Y1 2012 100 100 80 60 50 Y2 2013 100 100 90 70 60 Y3 2014 100 100 100 90 70 Brigada Eskwela + Early Registration PAHINA Attendance Sheet. BLGU and other Stakeholders 1.2. SSG.1. SGC.Conduct the following: Activities Checking of Lesson Log Frame/Plan Mentoring Peer Coaching Demo Lessons Class Observation Baseline 2011 Y1 2012 Y2 2013 Y3 2014 6 2 1 0 5 5x in a year 6 2 2 2 5 5x in a year 6 2 2 2 6 5x in a year 6 2 2 2 6 5x in a year Checklist on Daily Activities. Minutes of the Meeting Link with PTA.o  SCHOOL MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATION SERVICES 1.Conducted the following either monthly. BLGU and other stakeholders 2. Monitoring / Tracking System Link with best teachers and tap them Faculty Meeting 29 . quarterly or twice in school year Activities GPTA /Transparency Day Baseline 2011 2 4 1 1 1 Y1 2012 2 4 1 1 2 Y2 2013 2 4 1 1 3 Y3 2014 2 4 1 1 4 HRPTA /Parents Day Brigada Eskwela + Early Registration PAHINA Attendance Sheet.Stakeholders 1.To intensify Instructional Supervision (IS) thru CRISS and Clinical Supervision IS Clinical Supervision CRISS Baseline 2011 2 4 6 Y1 2012 1 5 6 Y2 2013 1 5 6 Y3 2014 0 6 6 Total Category of Teachers Supervisory & Accomplishment Report 2. SSG.Instructional Supervision 2. Minutes of the Meeting Link with PTA.2. SGC.

Trophies.000 10. Faculty Club SSG Campus Clubs Committees Baseline 2011 1 0 1 1 3 1 Y1 2012 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 1 Constitution and By Laws. DO. Medals.1.000 10.To strengthen the organization of the following: Organization SGC Alumni Ass.000 20.2. Set of Officers Link with the Adviser/In – Charge 4.000 50.000 170.Management & Administration 4.000 137. etc.000 12.2.1.000 0 30. PTA. PTA.000 Y3 2014 100. SBM Coordinator PTA Total 0 25.To motivate students/teachers for doing their best shots/sustain awards & incentive system Awards Certificate of Commendation Certificate of Recognition Baseline 2011 6 6 1 1 1 Y1 2012 6 6 1 1 1 Y2 2013 6 6 1 1 1 Y3 2014 6 6 1 1 1 Memo.000 172.000 145.000 Y1 2012 98. Project Proposal Link with DSOF.Require the following before/after every transaction: Forms PR Canvass Abstract PO DR OR Report on Inspection/ Acceptance Liquidation Report Baseline 2011 / / / / / / Y1 2012 / / / / / / Y2 2013 / / / / / / Y3 2014 / / / / / / Report on Liquidation Link with Accountant.000 3. To be transparent in every transaction and sustain fund management by keeping records on resource generation Source of Funds MOOE SBM SVC Baseline 2011 95. Pictorials. Bookkeeper / / / / / / / / 4. Financial Statements.000 20.000 Check. Cash Trophy Plaque 30 . Link to SH.o 3.000 15.Public Expenditures 3.000 50.000 Y2 2013 100.

To empower SH by attending the following SBM related trainings: SBM Related Trainings Baseline 2011 1 1 1 1 1 Y1 2012 1 1 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 1 1 SBM SIP/AIP ASB Fiscal MT ICT Related Training SBM Level Assessment Certificate of Appearance & Participation Surf DepED Memo 5. Baseline 2011 1 1 1 1 1 1 M&E Mech. Improve School System & Processes 1 1 1 1 1 1 4.To sustain the organization of the following: Team SMIS SIP – SPT INSET Mech. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 31 .To sustain Child – Friendly Atmosphere Environment No. Teachers.School Environment 5.1. Financial Mngt Sys. PNP and PTA. Promissory Notes Link with DSWD. of Recorded Incidence of Teacher – Student Conflict No. School Staffing Y1 2012 1 1 1 1 Y2 2013 1 1 1 1 Y3 2014 1 1 1 1 SBM Level of Practices Assessment Link to SH.3. of Recorded Theft/Robbery No.o 4. of Recorded Incidence of Student – Student Conflict No. of Recorded Incidence of Teacher – Parent Conflict Baseline 2011 0 0 Y1 2012 0 0 Y2 2013 0 0 Y3 2014 0 0 Anecdotal Records.4.

*Sustain Bata Tayo Na Paaralan Program *Adopt – a – Learner Program *Scholarship Grant for Honor Students *Implement Project REACH *Early Registration Advocacy Personnel Provision of Access Learning Materials & Equipment *Orient them on the requirements for Reclass & Promotion *Remind on Professional Code of Ethics and Magna Carta *Signing up of Pledge of Commitment every start of SY *Recitation of Panunumpa ng Kawani sa Gobyerno every Tuesday of the week *Upgrade STEP increment thru their Service Records *Procure/photocopy of worksheets/workbooks by subject area *Construct/recycle/improvise low – cost IM’s *Procure multimedia equipment and some laboratory apparatuses *Borrow books and some equipment from mother school *Order tarpaulin on different topics per subject *Acquisition of school furniture thru solicitation *Installation of electrical and water facilities *Renovate/repaint school buildings. Streamers. FWAW. Teach One in Reading *Deworming for students *Intensify SAPAGKAT/NGP/GSP Physical Facilities & Ancillary Services Learner Performance Quality and Relevance Student Services Health Status of Learners 32 . *Intensive & rigid NAT review from 4:10-5:10 daily *Mastery of Least Learned Skills thru tutorials * Feeding during NCAE. these indicate the items that need priority which the school should be focused in this School Improvement Plan. etc. *Home Visits. *Construct ancillary services like canteen. NAT and major examinations *Math Challenge/Festival Review every TTh at Friday 3:104:10 pm *Intensify Project DEAR. etc. library. Category Priority Areas Enrolment Interventions/Activities *Family Mapping/ Advocacy on Enrolment thru PTA and Barangay Assemblies. RENE and other reading interventions *Reading Tutorials for Identified Slow Readers *Strengthening Project ATM (Attendance & Tardiness Monitoring) *Peer Coaching especially for Slow Learners *Implemented Take One. Announcements.o SCHOOL PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS The following analyses are done using Pair Wise method. *Awards for Zero Drop –Out Class. Bandillo during Graduation and Moving Up Ceremonies.

Minute Values Formation Talk after Flag Ceremony *Conduct quarterly GPTA Meeting *Homeroom PTA Meeting after major exams/Parents’ Day *Pahina sa Cab – ilan NHS *Transparency among financial transactions *Invite parents to facilitate Feeding Program *Attend barangay sessions. *Prepare monthly Instructional Supervisory plan *Conduct Pre & Post Conferences and Actual Observation *Employ MBW. informal visits & mentoring *IS for at least 5 teachers *Disclosure of public funds like MOOE and SBM thru liquidation and financial reports *Follow procedures on fund utilization and management *No official receipts.IPPD *Send teachers to INSETs *Encourage teachers to take graduate studies *Organize team building. school tour & benchmarking *TIP for newly hired teachers *Conduct Enhancement Classes for Math.o *Implement Daily Tooth brushing *Feeding Program once a month *Hataw and Aerobics every Friday *Giving medicine for minor sickness *Functional medicine kit/cabinet *Organization of First Aid Team *Accomplish the NCBTS – TSNA . parents & community *Memorization & internalization of objectives of the day per subject *Update/check log frame/plan every Monday *Organization of School Grievance Team /Disaster Team *Sustain Child – Friendly Atmosphere thru counseling *One . no reimbursement policy *No diversion of funds thru AIP *Establish strong community partnerships *Observe protocol to public officials *Sustain harmonious relationship among one another *Accomplish monthly planner *Organization of school learning community organizations *Transparency of all mobilize resources *Organization of SPT. empowering teachers *Job description Staff Development Curriculum Implementation/ Instructional Delivery Learning Environment Stakeholders’ Participation School Management of Educational Services Instructional Supervision Public Expenditure/School Finance School-Community Environment Management & Administration 33 . Science & English *Intensify NEPP/English Advocacy Campaign *Focus Supervision of Teachers *K – 12 Advocacy among students. etc. meeting. celebrations. SQMT and other coordinator ship *Division of labor.

o Graduation Rate Performance Indicators Promotion Rate Simple Drop-Out Rate Failure Rate Repetition Rate Retention Rate Completion Rate *Close attendance and tardiness monitoring *Awareness of grades after major exams *Sustain DORP *Functional school based sports program *Recognition of Multiple Intelligences *Implement Project REACH *Early Enrolment Advocacy 34 .