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SCHOOL MONITORING, EVALUATION

AND PLAN ADJUSTMENT (SMEPA )


3rd Quarter
MANGGA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
SEPTEMBER 26, 2018
10:30 A.M.
Part I.
I. Invocation…….…… FE C.TULDA, Teacher I
National Anthem
II. Introduction….….. . . MESALAM T. DATUN, MT-I
III. Reading of Previous Agreements… SARA MAE L.ANDIN, Teacher I
Part II
I. Reporting…………… GRACE T. LUMINGKIT, Principal I
JHOANNE V. CUNANAN, Representative

IV. Interpellation/Discussion…………….. ANTHONY B. CIA


OIC, PSDS - District 7

V. Synthesis JUDIEL B. MILAN, Teacher I


VI.Agreement JUDIEL B. MILAN, Teacher I
VII. Documenter SARA MAE L.ANDIN,T-I
VII. Time Keeper MA.LIZETH D.ALMAZAN,T-I

MESALAM T. DATUN
Facilitator
AGREEMENTS
2nd Quarter SMEPA

PROPONENTS/ TIME REMARKS


PERSONS INVOLVED SUGGESTIONS/AGREEMENTS FRAME /STATUS

Elizabeth C. Consular 4Ps Organization July 2018 Achieved

Form a committee that will July 2018 Achieved


monitor the profile and
performance of IP/Muslim pupils
Intensify reading program July 2018 On going

Revisit SBM files October On going


2018

Gregorio O. Presga Ground improvement in front of August On going


the new building 2018

Joselito A. Luriz Symposium on Responsible August Achieved


Parenthood/Livelihood Trainings 2018
PROGRAM
IMPLEMENTATION
PROGRESS
Overall (Actual) Physical
Accomplishments VS Targets of
all Programs and Projects
100%
90%
80%
70%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%

Target

Target of Annual Implementation Plan (AIP) Year 2 is 40% accomplished and


60% is in progress.
Overall (Actual) Physical Accomplishments VS Targets
of all Programs and Projects
100%

90%

80%

70%

60%

50%

40%

30%

20%

10%

0%
Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

Target Actual Slippage

Number of Targets in the AIP 24


Achieved Target VS Plan 9
On going 15
Delayed Targets 0
PROGRESS OF PLANS VERSUS ACTUAL IMPLEMENTATION
AREA TARGETS TARGET DATE STATUS
Construction of drainage October 2018 On going
Ground improvement/landscaping May 2018 On going
Reduce truants by 90% Aug 2018, Nov 2018 On going
Increase enrolment by 2% June 2018 Accomplished
Improve NS of SW pupils by 80% November 2018 On going
Conduct anti-bullying orientation June 2018 Accomplished
ACCESS Provision of additional classrooms for Gr. 5 and Kinder June 2018 Accomplished
Provision of Feeding Area July 2018 Accomplished
Provision of Reading Clinic July 2018 Accomplished
Conduct Responsible Parenthood Seminar Livelihood June 2018 Accomplished
Conduct at least 3 disaster readiness drills and other July, Sept, Nov 2018 On going
disaster/calamity preparation activities
Increase participation rate of IP and ALIVE by 90% December 2017 On going
Reduce Frustration readers by 75% January 2019 On going
Increase quarterly MPS by 2% Sept and Nov 2018 On going
Increase pupil participation rate in various November 2018 On going
activities/programs by 80%
Increase pupils participation (SPG) in school October 2018 On going
Quality management processes by 90%
Circulate an annual school paper Oct 2017,Jan 2018 On-going
Reproduce learning materials per subject August 2018 On-going
Procure TLE tools and equipment Aug, Nov. ’18, Jan ‘19 On going
Procure additional LED TV August 2018 Accomplished
Send at least 9 teachers to various trainings August 2018 Accomplished

Increase participation rate of stakeholders in various June 2018-May 2019 On going


activities and school management processes by 90%
Governance Sustain SBM level of management October 2018 On going
Attend management trainings for SH , PTA , SGC, SPG December 2018 Accomplished
Officers
Milestones for SY 2018-2019
 School ground clearing and improvement
 Improved landscaping of school
ground/façade
 Repainting of plant boxes
 Improved classroom structuring and
beautification
 100% completion of 5-classroom building
 Organization of 4Ps beneficiaries and start of
Gulayan project
 Construction of MES Landmark
Milestones for SY 2018-2019
 Procurement of 3 units 32inch LED TV for
Cabuling Extension, Grade 1 and 2 classes and 1
unit Samsung Refrigerator through the Lakan &
Lakambini ng Wika fund raising project during
Buwan ng Wika celebration
 10 out of 16 teachers have undergone
professional trainings and workshops, both local
and national
 5 teachers are enrolled in post graduate studies
 Schoolhead had attended several trainings and
writeshops both local and national
Milestones for SY 2018-2019
 Established partnership with an NGO (ERDA)
that gives assistance and trainings for pupils and
parents.
 Successful kick – off of Ok sa DepED program
through partnership with parents and
stakeholders as well as with LGU/BLGU
ACCESS
Programs and
Projects
Status of Access Programs & TARGETS TARGET STATUS
Projects DATE
100% Construction of drainage October 2018 On going
90%
80% Ground May 2018 On going
70% improvement/landscaping
60%
Reduce truants by 90% Aug 2018, Nov On going
50%
2018
40% Increase enrolment by 2% June 2018 Accomplished
30% Improve NS of SW pupils by November On going
20% 80% 2018
10% Conduct anti-bullying June 2018 Accomplished
0% orientation

ACCESS
Provision of additional June 2018 Accomplished
Target Actual Slippage classrooms for Gr. 5 and Kinder
Provision of Feeding Area July 2018 Accomplished
Provision of Reading Clinic July 2018 Accomplished
Conduct Responsible June 2018 Accomplished
Almost 50% of Access programs Parenthood Seminar Livelihood
Conduct at least 3 disaster July, Sept, Nov On going
and projects is accomplished and
readiness drills and other 2018
the rest are in progress. disaster/calamity preparation
activities
Increase participation rate of IP December 2017 On going
and ALIVE by 90%
Construction of drainage October 2018 On going
Three-year Enrolment
150

2016-17 2017-18 2018-19 Enrolment by Type of Learner


109 107
101

Grade Level
100
IP Muslim Mainstream
77 74
81 77 78 M F T M F T M F T Tot
69 73 69 72
67 64 6463 6365 al
62 63
58
Enr
50 olm
ent
K 18 12 30 6 7 1 38 28 66 109
0 3
Kinder Grade I Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 I 8 12 20 7 1 8 19 20 39 67
Three-year Plan VS Actual Enrolment
II 11 6 17 5 2 7 24 13 37 63
550
541
540 III 5 11 16 4 4 8 24 17 41 65
531
530 523
521 520 IV 14 5 19 4 4 8 20 22 42 69
520
510
510 V 8 10 18 3 2 5 32 17 49 72

500 VI 11 10 21 2 5 7 27 25 50 78
2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
TARGET 541 531 520
Total

75

66

141

31

25

56

184

142

324

523
ACTUAL 521 510 523
Enrolment for Last 3 years
150

2016-17 2017-18 2018-19


108 107
101
100
77 74 81 77 78
69 73 69 72
58 62 63 67 64 64 63 63 65
50

0
Kinder Grade I Grade 2 Grade 3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6

550 521 520 523


500
450
400
350
276 245 274 247 293
300 242
250
200
150
100
50
0
2016-17 2017-18 2018-19
MALE 276 274 293
FEMALE 245 247 242
TOTAL 521 520 523
COMPARATIVE DATA ON ENROLMENT PER TYPE OF LEARNER

TYPE OF 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019


LEARNER
Enrolment 521 521 535

IP M 106 67 75
F 83 85 66

T 189 152 141

MUSLIM M 28 28 31
F 17 14 25
T 45 42 56

MAIN M 142 184 184


STREAM
F 145 138 142

T 287 327 326


COMPARATIVE DATA ON ENROLMENT PER TYPE OF LEARNER
SY 2018- 2019
Percentage of Learners
27%
Grade Level

IP Muslim Mainstream
M F T M F T M F T Total
Enrolm
ent

11%
K 18 12 30 6 7 13 38 28 66 109 62%
IP Muslim Mainstream
I 8 12 20 7 1 8 19 20 39 67

II 11 6 17 5 2 7 24 13 37 63

III 5 11 16 4 4 8 24 17 41 65

IV 14 5 19 4 4 8 20 22 42 69

V 8 10 18 3 2 5 32 17 49 72

VI 11 10 21 2 5 7 27 25 50 78
Total

75

66

141

31

25

56

184

142

324

523
120 KINDER GRADE I
109 80

70 67
100 62 63
60
80
69 50
65 62 40
60 40 36 35
43 31
42 30 26
40 35 34 23
23 20
20
10

0 0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019

70 66 GRADE64 63 80 73 GRADE III


60 II 70 63 65

50 60
MALE
41
40 50 44
34
32 31 33
40 34 35
30 30 FEMALE
22 29 29
30
20
20
10 TOTAL
10
0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
120
GRADE
90
77 IV 100
101 GRADE V
80 74
69 81
70
80 72
60
50 42 42 60 55
35 37 46 45
40 32 31 42
30 40 36
30
20
10 20
0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019 0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
120
107

100 GRADE VI
MALE
77 78
80

60
60
47 FEMALE
41 40
40 36 35

20
TOTAL
0
2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019
Comparative Enrolment Based on Mapping
Grade Mama DLES M8 El Gawel/ MES Total Partici
Level Takilay pation
Rate

K 12 17 105 43 69 252 27.38%

Gr. 1 10 18 69 27 63 188 33.51%

Gr. 2 12 5 76 36 64 192 33.33%

Gr. 3 7 14 85 29 63 197 31.97%

Gr. 4 7 15 96 4 74 195 37.94%

Gr. 5 33 99 12 81 222 36.48%

Gr. 6 33 105 7 107 254 42.12%

Total 48 135 635 158 521 1500


34.73%
Comparative Data on Drop-out for Three Years

Comparison of Drop-out from 2015-2018


3

000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000


0
K Gr1 Gr2 Gr3 Gr4 Gr5 Gr6 Total

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019


DATA ON TRANS-OUT FOR SY 2018 – 2019

Grade Level Number of Receiving School/Division


Trans-out
Kinder 1 General Santos

Grade 1 3 Bukidnon, KCES,Tupi

Grade 2 0
Grade 3 0

Grade 4 0

Grade 5 1 Bacongco ES

Grade 6 1 Zamboanga City

Total 6
ANALYSES PROPOSED ACTIONS

A. There is a minimal increase of .5%


target versus actual enrollment as of A. Continue mapping to ensure
SY: 2018-2019 . all school age children are in
B. Fluctuating decrease and increase school.
of enrolment were observed each
year due to the number and B. Assistance in form of school
proximity of schools in the barangay supplies must be given to
and constant change of residence pupils from far flung sitios.
due to economic reasons.
C. Consumable materials for
B. There is minimal increase in less fortunate pupils must be
yearly enrolment due to regular
mapping, coordination with BLGU, included in the SIP
Purok Leaders, feeding and libreng D. Scholarship from City,
sakay programs of the school. Kabugwason,4ps, Shienna, and
Private individual encourage
QUALITY
Programs and
Projects
Overall (Actual) Physical TARGETS TARGET DATE STATUS
Accomplishments VS Targets of all Reduce Frustration readers by January 2019 On going
Programs and Projects 75%
100% Increase quarterly MPS by 2% Sept and Nov 2018 On going
90%
Increase pupil participation November 2018 On going
80% rate in various
70% activities/programs by 80%

60%
Increase pupils participation October 2018 On going
(SPG) in school management

QUALITY
50% processes by 90%
40% Circulate an annual school Oct 2017,Jan 2018 On-going
paper
30%

20% Reproduce learning materials August 2018 On-going


per subject
10% Procure TLE tools and Aug, Nov. ’18, Jan On going
0% equipment ‘19
Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Procure additional LED TV August 2018 Accomplish
ed
Target Actual Slippage Send at least 9 teachers to August 2018 Accomplish
various trainings ed

Most of Quality programs and projects are in progress and only


22% is accomplished.
READING STATUS OF PUPILS
As of June – March 2018

Reading
GRADE 4 GRADE 5 GRADE 6 TOTAL
level
June Sept. June Sept. June Sept. June Sept.

Non-Reader 11 6 10 8 2 0 23 14

Frustration 43 43 16 16 44 44 103 103

Instructional 11 11 17 17 19 19 47 47

Independent 2 2 8 8 19 19 21 21
Numeracy STATUS OF PUPILS
As of June – September 2018

Numeracy
GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3 TOTAL
Level
June Nov June Nov June Nov June Nov

Non- 4 2 11 5 5 3 20 10
Numerate

Below Average 23 15 12 7 23 18 57 40

Average 21 28 10 15 21 22 52 65

Fast 4 5 7 7 6 7 17 19
Numeracy STATUS OF PUPILS
As of June – September 2018

Numeracy
GRADE 4 GRADE 5 GRADE 6 TOTAL
level
June Sept. June Sept. June Sept. June Sept.

Non-numerate 15 15 13 5 0 0 28 20

Numerate 54 54 59 64 78 78 191 196


MPS PER SUBJECT SY 2018-2019
40
36.33 36.5
34.7
35 32.4
30.05
30

25

20

15

10

0
Math English Filipino Science AP
Math English Filipino Science AP
MPS PER SUBJECT
FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS
MPS PER SUBJECT SY 2015-2017
120

100 97.41
94.42 93.97
90.29 89.29
80.94
80
78.19 76.3878.8 77.05 77.01 77.17

60

40 33.93 36 34.7 36.5


32.4 30.05

20

0
OVERALL MPS FILIPINO ENGLISH MATH SCIENCE HEKASI
2015-2016 90.29 76.38 94.42 97.41 93.97 89.29
2016-2017 78.19 78.8 77.05 77.01 80.94 77.17
2018-2019 33.93 36 32.4 30.05 34.7 36.5
COMPARATIVE DATA ON MPS BY TYPE OF
LEARNERS
MPS OF MUSLIM LEARNERS MPS OF IP LEARNERS
GRADE MATH ENGLISH FILIPINO SCIENCE ArPan GRADE MATH ENGLISH FILIPINO SCIENCE ArPan
ONE 75.01 73.34 ONE 75.21 74.32
TWO 70.21 68.89 73.45 72.34 TWO 70.01 68.07 73.06 72.01
THREE 73.45 70.78 71.89 74.56 75.40 THREE 74.09 70.98 70.89 74.03 75.04
FOUR 73.44 68.87 72.34 69.98 68.87 FOUR 68.54 68.08 72.03 68.88 68.04
FIVE 69.99 74.89 74.09 74.54 72.78 FIVE 73.97 73.56 73.78 74.04 71.88
SIX 73.98 70.21 74.56 69.99 70.09 SIX 73.09 72.23 74.05 69.65 70.01
AVERAGE 72.68 70.73 73.27 72.27 72.14 AVERAGE 72.49 70.58 72.76 71.65 71.88

MPS OF MAINSTREAM AVERAGE MPS


GRADE MATH ENGLISH FILIPINO SCIENCE ArPan Grade MATH ENGLISH FILIPINO SCIENCE ArPan
ONE 86.98 88.68 ONE 79.07 78.78
TWO 86.46 76.49 83.17 81.32 Two 75.56 71.15 77.57 75.22
THREE 82.53 83.30 85.03 83.89 81.70 Three 76.69 75.02 75.94 77.49 77.38
FOUR 90.37 91.03 87.40 85.18 84.41 Four 77.45 75.99 77.26 74.68 73.77
FIVE 79.08 83.84 88.36 83.80 81.33 Five 74.35 77.43 78.74 77.46 75.33
SIX 87.28 77.95 79.32 84.06 82.14 Six 78.12 73.46 75.98 74.57 74.08
AVERAGE 85.45 82.52 84.66 84.23 83.26 AVERAGE 76.87 74.61 77.10 76.05 75.76
COMPARATIVE DATA ON MPS BY TYPE OF LEARNERS
AS OF DECEMBER 2017

86 85.45 84.66
84.23
84 83.26
82.52
82
80
78
76
74 73.27
72.68 72.27 72.14
72 70.73 72.76
72.49
71.65 71.88
70 70.58
English Math Science Filipino AP
IP MUSLIM MAINSTREAM
NUTRITIONAL STATUS FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS

500
460
449
450
410
400

350

300

250

200

150

100
69
50 35 30
20
9 17 9 14 9 12 5 5
0
SW W N OW O

2016-2017 2017-2018 2018-2019


NUTRITIONAL STATUS FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS
2017- SW W N OW O 2016- S W N O O
2018 2017 W W
K 1 7 66 1 0 K 0 1 48 3 8
1 1 2 56 3 2 1 1 3 58 0 1
2 4 3 54 1 0 2 3 4 58 0 0
3 3 4 55 1 0 3 0 4 66 0 1
4 1 8 64 1 1 4 0 9 66 0 2
5 1 8 64 1 1 5 5 9 83 4 0
6 3 4 95 4 1 6 0 5 70 2 0
T 17 30 460 14 5 T 9 35 449 9 12
2018-2019 SW W N OW O
K 4 28 69 1 0
1 6 14 49 0 0
2 3 9 48 1 2
3 2 4 58 0 1
4 0 7 56 4 0
5 3 4 64 1 0
6 2 3 66 2 2
DATA ON BULLYING, SY 2017 - 2018

IP Muslim Mainstream
BULLY BULLIED BULLY BULLIED BULLY BULLIED

Grade
M F M F M F M F M F M F
Kinder 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grade I 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grade II 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Grade III 0 0 0 0 0

Grade IV 0 0 0 1 0 01 0 0 0 0

Grade V 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Grade VI 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5 0

Total 1 1 0 0 2 0 1 0 5 3 5 3
ANALYSES PROPOSED ACTIONS

1. Targets for quality programs  1. Sustain programs and


and projects were project implementation,
implemented on time and monitoring and evaluation.
with efficiency, thus achieved  2. Continuous monitoring
the targets to improve pupils’ and linkages with
academic performance along stakeholders
with their nutritional status
 Develop programs and
facilitated by regular
projects to help increase the
monitoring and supervision of
MPS/academic performance
teachers, utilization of ICT in
of IP/Muslim learners
teaching learning process as
well as other learning
materials from the SLRC
GOVERNANCE
Programs and Projects
Overall (Actual) Physical TARGET
Accomplishments VS Targets of all TARGETS STATUS
DATE
Programs and Projects
100% Increase participation rate of May, Sept, On going
stakeholders in various December
90%
activities and school 2017
80% management processes by

GOVERNANCE
90%
70%

60%

50%
Sustain SBM level of May, Aug, Oct On going
management 2017
40%
Attend management trainings December Accomplished
30%
for SH and PTA/SGC officers 2017
20%

10%

0%
Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar

Target Actual Slippage


SCHOOL – BASED MANAGEMENT
LEVEL OF PRACTICE
SY 2016-2018

Validated Level of Practice


3

0
2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
Level of Practice
STAKEHOLDERS’ ATTENDANCE
TO SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

Number of Attendees
587
600
500
400 358 341 356
300
200
100
0

Co-Curricular Extra-Curricular Meetings Assemblies


SOURCES OF FUNDS
Math Club - P 9, 084.00,
3% Kabugwason - P6,000.00, 2%
Filipino Club- P
56, 090.00, 15%

PTA - P 30,
624.00, 8%
IGP - P 2, 504.00,
1%

CANTEEN- P MOOE- P
9,340.00, 2% 236,420.66, 70%

MOOE- P 236,420.66 IGP - P 2, 504.00 CANTEEN- P 9,340.00


PTA - P 30, 624.00 Filipino Club- P 56, 090.00 Math Club - P 9, 084.00
Kabugwason - P6,000.00
Sources of Funds

Resources 2015-2016 2016-2017 2017-2018


MOOE 245,150.99 316,759.07 264,336.15
PTA 204,193.67 194,480.00 30,624.00
IGP 17,490.00 22,130.00 2,504.00
Canteen 14,126.00 14,560.00 7,957.00
Kabugwason 4,500.00 12,000.00 6,000.00
City Assistance 72,000.00 89,500.00
Feeding 0 95,040.00 60,185.00
Program
Fund Raising
Flipino 45,345.00 56,090.00
Mathematics 0 0 9,084.00
MOOE UTILIZATION FOR THREE YEARS
Expenses 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
Travel/Transportation 0 2,400.00 16,550.00
Trainings 9,535.00 17,460.00 5,295.00
Office Supplies 45,300.85 45,350.99
Other Supplies 15,027.50 54,693.60 87,701.50
Electricity 49,692.59 59.070.88 41,626.69
Telephone-Mobile 2,340.00 2,900.00 2,700.00
Telephone-Landline 11,443.12
Repairs & Maintenance-Bldg 45,349.05 52,123.60 6,685.00
Repairs & Maintenance-ICT 0 1,225.00 7,595.00
Repairs & Maintenance-F&F 3340.17
Fidelity Bond Premiums 1,500.00 4,875.00 3,375.00
Printing & Publication 25,866.00 15,300.00 4,739.68
Transportation & Delivery 500.00 950.00 2,125.00
Security Services 50,040.00 57,960.00 44,255.00
Legal Services 0 2450.00
MOOE 2017 UTILIZATION
100000
90000 87701.5

80000
70000
60000
50000 44255
41626.69
40000
30000
10025.17
20000 16550
11443.12
10000 5295 7595
2700 3375 4739.68 2125
0
0

Series 1
PTA FUND as of December 2017
Scouting, 2% Athletics, 2%
Anti-TB, 2% STEP, 2% Mathematics, 7

Testing, 13%

SIP, 11 Pupil Government, 2%


School Paper, 20%

Science English, 7

Electricity/Water, 3

IPED, 3 Filipino, 7

Health % Nutrition, 2

DRRM, 3

NDEP, 3 Musabaqah, 3
ArPan, 3

Scouting Anti-TB School Paper Pupil Government STEP Testing

Athletics Mathematics Science English Filipino Musabaqah ArPan

NDEP DRRM Health % Nutrition IPED Electricity/Water SIP


Kabugwason Fund, SY 2018
Scouting, 1%
Athletics, 10% School Paper, Anti-TB, 1%
Pupil 12%
Government, STEP, 4% Testing, 8%
4% Mathematics, 4
Science
Guard, 15 English, 4

Filipino, 4

Musabaqah, 2
ArPan, 2
NDEP, 2
SIP, 6
DRRM, 2
Electricity/Wat IPED, 2 Health %
er, 2 Nutrition, 1
IGP FUND SY 2017-2018
P 747.00
8%

30%
P 747.00

P 1,120.00 45%

17%

P 420.00

Love Gift Team Building Representation Exp. Cash on Hand


Canteen Fund 2017
Analysis:
SCF, 5%
1.
FSDF, 15%
SFP, 35%

HE Fund, 10%

SOF, 35%
DATA ON CANTEEN
UTILIZATION vs ALLOCATION
2017-2018
10,000
9,340
9,000

8,000

7,000 6,667.75

6,000

5,000

4,000
3330 3330
3,000
2348.85
2,000 1701.5
1514
965 958 804
1,000
481
0
0
Total SCF FSDF HE SOF SFP
Total Income Expenses
ANALYSES PROPOSED ACTIONS

*Sources of fund increased as  Craft a financial plan at the


well as amount received by the
school through different beginning of school year.
activities due to practice of  Strengthen linkages.
transparency and financial
management.  Strengthen relationship with
stakeholders
*Good relationship between the  Recognize participation of parents
school and stakeholders to different activities
 Training on MIS
*Sending out invitation letters,  Intensify documentation and
announcements, and updating evaluation process
bulletin boards

*Clear understanding of roles


and responsibilities
AGREEMENTS
4th Quarter SMEPA

PROPONENTS/ TIME REMARKS


PERSONS INVOLVED SUGGESTIONS/AGREEMENTS FRAME /STATUS

Anthony Cia Indicate numeric value of targets in


percentile
Monitor and evaluate academic
performance of feeding
beneficiaries
Indicate trainings of teachers

Participate in SEAMEO classes thru


MOOE and SIP fund

Flash MOVs/photos in
presentations
AGREEMENTS
4th Quarter SMEPA

PROPONENTS/ TIME REMARKS


PERSONS INVOLVED SUGGESTIONS/AGREEMENTS FRAME /STATUS

SGC President Duque Focus on DRRM related program


and projects
PTA President
Thank You
Very Much
For Listening!