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					I. ENDORSEMENT

MERCELITA L. PORMENTILLA
Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
Officer-In-Charge
Division of San Pablo City

October 19, 2009

Madam,

Greetings!

Attached is a copy of the School Improvement Plan (SIP) of Atisan Elementary School which are hereby endorsing for your approval.

We wish to inform your office that this SIP is a product of the collaborative effort of parents, community leaders, teachers, alumni and students under the
leadership of Mr. Melvin A. Almario

We look forward to a favorable response.

Thank you and regards.


Sincerely yours,


MELVIN A. ALMARIO                            OSCAR GUEVARRA                                  RENATO GUEVARRA                         AMABELLE AQUINO
   Principal 1                                 Brgy. Chairman                                Brgy. Representative                   Parent Representative



                                             JASON S. DIMAISIP                               KAREN K. GUEVARRA
                                            Teacher Representative                            Pupil Representative




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II. INTRODUCTION

   A. SCHOOL HISTORY

              Atisan Elementary School was established in 1959 through the collaborative efforts of Mr. Ben Robledo, Mr. Dominador Katigbak, Mr. Teodoro
Dalisay, Mr. Emeterio Aguila and Mr. Quirino Cuello. The lot was donated by Mr. Delfin Flores and Mr. Emeterio Aguila. The school started with an informal multi-
grade system of instruction under the shade of a tree or inside a concerned citizen's house during rainy season. Fifteen pupils including Mr. Potenciano Cuello, a
permanent teacher of this school, were the first batch of graduates on this newly established school.

               After the school has acquired a two-room classroom building, learning started to bloom like flowers in May in the minds of the Atiseños. From being
a multi-grade public school with only two classrooms to accommodate all the school children of Atisan, it now offers a complete basic education curriculum from
grades one to six, with facilities for curricular and co-curricular activities. Its future plan is to put up mini-learning centers such as Math Lab, Science Learning
Center and Mini-Speech Lab.

   B. SCHOOL PROFILE

       1. School Type
          Complete Elementary School
       2. Personnel Profile

                                                                                                                                               NO. OF YEARS IN
    NAME OF TEACHER                   POSITION                    Grade               SUBJECT HANDLED                ASSIGNMENT
                                                                                                                                                   SERVICE
      Segunda K. Obaña                Teacher I                      II                    All Subjects                  Adviser                      23
       Liza D. Katigbak               Teacher III                    III                   All Subjects                  Adviser                      14
                                                                                                                         Adviser
     Minerva K. Guevarra              Teacher I                     IV                    HEKASI IV-VI              Canteen Teacher
                                                                                                                                                        20
                                                                                                                  HEKASI Coordinator
                                                                                                                         Adviser
                                                                                           English IV-VI
    Ma. Jerica K. Ibarrola            Teacher I                      V                                              English & Filipino
                                                                                           Filipino IV-VI                                               3
                                                                                                                      Coordinator
                                                                                                                         Adviser
                                                                                         Science IV-VI
      Jason S. Dimaisip               Teacher I                     VI                                             Property Custodian
                                                                                        Mathematics IV-VI                                               2
                                                                                                                Math & PESS Coordinator
     Potenciano G. Cuello             Teacher II             Subject Teacher                EP IV-VI
                                                                                            EPP IV-VI             EP&EPP Coordinator                    23
                                                                                           MSEP IV-VI
      Melvin A. Almario               Principal I                                                                                                       11
       3. Physical Facilities

                             No. Of Non-Academic
No. Of Academic rooms                                   No. Of CRs        No. canteen                Library               Science Lab          Computer rooms
                                    rooms
           6                          4                     10                  1                      1                        0                       0

       4. Others

       Enrolment as of July 31, 2009
                    GRADE                                                ENROLMENT                                             NO. OF CLASSES
                        1                                                    37                                                       1
                        2                                                    30                                                       1
                        3                                                    23                                                       1
                        4                                                    29                                                       1
                        5                                                    23                                                       1
                        6                                                    19                                                       1
                    TOTAL                                                   161                                                       6


   C. COMMUNITY PROFILE

                Barangay Atisan is a rural community located at 13km southwest of San Pablo City which comprises of 750 hectares of mountainous land with
mostly forest, farmlands and rivers.

              Situated along the boundaries of Tiaong, Quezon to the south, and Lipa Batangas to the west, farming is the source of livelihood of the 244 families
1170 total population of the community.

III. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS

   A. Collecting, Organizing and Analyzing Data

   1. Performance Indictor
                                                                                                                                    REMARKS
       PERFORMANCE INDICATOR                          2007-2008 (%)                 2008-2009 (%)
                                                                                                               (Increase or Decrease, Why? What does it mean?)
                                                                                                               Drop-out rate remained 0. Pupils at risk of dropping
   1. DROP-OUT RATE                                          0                             0                     out were identified. Intervention such as school
                                                                                                                     feeding program need to be sustained.
                                                                         Repetition rate increased by 1.39%. Repeaters were
                                                                            not ready to move to another level due to lack of
2. REPETITION RATE                 .61                   2                  understanding of prerequisite skills (i.e. reading,
                                                                         comprehension, computation abilities, etc.). Teacher-
                                                                                 pupil contact time must be maximized.
                                                                         Promotion rate decreased by 2.17% Retained pupils
                                                                          were not ready to move to another level due to lack
3. PROMOTION RATE                 98.17                 96                of understanding of prerequisite skills (i.e. reading,
                                                                         comprehension, computation abilities, etc.). Teacher-
                                                                                 pupil contact time must be maximized.
                                                                                Maintained 100% graduation rate due to
4. GRADUATION RATE                100                   100                interventions applied. Such interventions must be
                                                                                                 sustained
                                                                         Completion rate was raised by .03% due to teachers'
                                                                         and school head's close monitoring and supervision.
5. COMPLETION RATE                 61                   64                   However, the increase was insignificantly low
                                                                              therefore application of other interventions is
                                                                                                 required.

2. Achievement Rate

   SUBJECT            2007-2008           2008-2009                                  REMARKS
                                                         There is a 19.99% increase in MPS in Filipino due to the "AFTER 3
                                                          REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND GRADE VI"
    FILIPINO            62.77               82.76
                                                      implemented from June to March. Other interventions to achieve 75%MPS
                                                                                or higher is needed.
                                                       There is a 35.05% increase in MPS in Mathematics due to the "AFTER 3
                                                          REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND GRADE VI"
 MATHEMATICS            36.96               72.00
                                                      implemented from June to March. Other interventions to achieve 75%MPS
                                                                                or higher is needed.
                                                         There is a 39.20% increase in MPS in English due to the "AFTER 3
                                                          REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND GRADE VI"
   ENGLISH              35.54               74.74
                                                      implemented from June to March. Other interventions to achieve 75%MPS
                                                                                or higher is needed.
                                                         There is a 33.97% increase in MPS in Science due to the "AFTER 3
   SCIENCE              31.16               65.13
                                                          REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND GRADE VI"
                                                                                    implemented from June to March. Other interventions to achieve 75%MPS
                                                                                                               or higher is needed.
                                                                                       There is a 26.28% increase in MPS in HEKASI due to the "AFTER 3
                                                                                        REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND GRADE VI"
        HEKASI                        46.88                   73.16
                                                                                    implemented from June to March. Other interventions to achieve 75%MPS
                                                                                                               or higher is needed.
                                                                                    There is a 30.89% increase in the average MPS across all subjects due to
                                                                                      the "AFTER 3 REMEDIAL CLASS PROGRAM FOR GRADE III AND
        AVERAGE                       42.66                   73.55
                                                                                       GRADE VI" implemented from June to March. Other interventions to
                                                                                                      achieve 75%MPS or higher is needed.


3. Phil-IRI Results



                                                   PRETEST
                           2007-2008                                      2008-2009
 Gr.                                                                                                                         REMARKS
              ENGLISH                   FILIPINO              ENGLISH                   FILIPINO
         NR    F  INS      IND   NR     F    INS   IND   NR    F  INS     IND   NR      F    INS    IND
                                                                                                          The number of non-readers and frustration readers
                                                                                                            for both years is relatively high. The number of
   I     13     9     13    3    13      9    13    3    14   11      6    0    7       14    4      6    ECE enrollees is much smaller than actual number
                                                                                                           of grade 1 entrants the following year. Pre-Elem
                                                                                                                         must be free tuition fee
                                                                                                           The number of frustration readers were still high
                                                                                                          and some instructional readers became frustration
                                                                                                              after a year. Non-readers were given much
  II      1    18     12    0    1      20    9     1    2    21      4    1    1       7     12     8      emphasis. No enrichments were given to other
                                                                                                             struggling readers. An intervention program in
                                                                                                             reading is needed for all the different types of
                                                                                                                                learners.
                                                                                                           There was a significant increase in reading level
                                                                                                          across all the learners for both years although the
  III     0    17     10    0    1      12    6     8    0    17      7    6    0       13    5     12     number of frustration readers is still high. There
                                                                                                              must be follow-up on the intervention used.
                                                                                                  Oral reading in Filipino show high significant
                                                                                                   increase than English. Learners were much
                                                                                                familiar with the mother tongue than the second
IV    0    3    11    8    0     2    5     15    0    13   7     4    0     1    16     7
                                                                                                 language. Intervention is required to enhance
                                                                                              pupils reading comprehension in using the second
                                                                                                                     language.
                                                                                                 Reading levels on both languages decreased
                                                                                               significantly on this level. An obvious neglect can
V     0    16   2     1    0     3    6     10    0    14   5     1    0     0    12     8        be seen on the results. Close monitoring and
                                                                                                  supervision of the principal is required to the
                                                                                                            teacher of this grade level
                                                                                                 There was a slight increase in reading level on
                                                                                               both languages. Other school activities divert the
VI    0    5    21    3    0     1    23    15    0    15   1     4    0     4    7      9    attention of learners in learning to read. Equal time
                                                                                              distribution on learning prerequisite skills must be
                                                                                                         given emphasis by the teacher.


                                            POSTTEST
                     2007-2008                                   2008-2009
Gr.                                                                                                               REMARKS
           ENGLISH               FILIPINO              ENGLISH               FILIPINO
      NR    F  INS   IND   NR    F    INS   IND   NR    F  INS   IND   NR    F    INS   IND
                                                                                                  There was a slight increase in reading levels
                                                                                                  between the school year tested. The reading
                                                                                              program used by the teacher is not quite effective
 I    2    22   8     6    2     22   8      6    3    17   3     8    3     9    4     15
                                                                                                  relative to the number of frustrations on both
                                                                                              years. The intervention must be closely monitored
                                                                                                                  by the principal
                                                                                                The increase in instructional and independent
                                                                                               levels respectively signified that the intervention
                                                                                               used by the teacher is effective. However, other
                                                                                                 intervention program in reading is required to
II    1    16   7     6    0     4    9     17    0    9    9     8    0     1    10    15
                                                                                                 increase the number of independent readers.
                                                                                                                    There was a significant increase in the number of
                                                                                                                     independent readers in this level. Enrichments
                                                                                                                     have been made by the teacher to make it sure
 III        0   10   15         0   0     9       10   6       0        6   9    15         0   6    12       12
                                                                                                                         that readers will have a follow-up. Other
                                                                                                                       intervention must be made to maximize this
                                                                                                                                           number
                                                                                                                      There was an insignificant increase of reading
                                                                                                                         levels of pupils. There in no evidence of
 IV         0   2    11         9   0     1       5    16      0        9   12    2         0   1     8       14       interventions made. There is need for close
                                                                                                                     monitoring and supervision on the interventions
                                                                                                                                    used by the teacher.
                                                                                                                   There are 0 non-readers and frustration readers in
                                                                                                                       this level. The teacher gave ample attention
 V          0   13    3         3   0     0       2    17      0        0   10   10         0   0     8       12    needed by the learners to comprehend what they
                                                                                                                   are reading. Interventions to sustain the strategies
                                                                                                                                    used must be applied
                                                                                                                     There was a slight increase in reading level on
                                                                                                                    both languages. Other school activities divert the
 VI         0   0    24         4   0     0       10   18      0        4   4    11         0   1     6       11   attention of learners in learning to read. Equal time
                                                                                                                   distribution on learning prerequisite skills must be
                                                                                                                              given emphasis by the teacher.


  4. Nutritional Status

                     2007-2008                                                   2008-2009
                                                                                                                                          Remarks
Below Normal          Normal            Above Normal        Below Normal          Normal            Above Normal
                                                                                                                     The number of below normal nutritional status is
                                                                                                                      relatively high. Half of the population is either
                                                                                                                          malnourished or undernourished. The
       53                 102                 1                    51                 107                 1            intervention applied in the school feeding is
                                                                                                                          quite ineffective. There must be some
                                                                                                                           modification on the feeding program
                                                                                                                                       implemented.
  B. Instructional Materials (Pupil-Textbook Ratio)

GRADE   ENGLISH     MATH      SCIENCE      FILIPINO    HKS/SK      EPP    MSEP       EP                                 REMARKS
  I         1:1       2:1        N/A          4:3         1:1      N/A      N/A     37:1

  II        2:1       1:1        N/A          3:1         1:1      N/A      N/A     30:1
                                                                                             Mostly, there is a 1:1 pupil-textbook ratio across the entire grade
 III        1:1       2:1        1:1          1:1         1:1      N/A      N/A     23:1    levels except for the Math 1and 3, English 2, Filipino 1 and 2 and
                                                                                            all the Grade IV books. While there are no books on EPP, MSEP
 IV         3:2       3:2        3:1          2:1         3:2      29:2      0      29:1     and EP subjects. Supplied books last only for 3-4 years. Books
                                                                                                         must be updated at least every 4-5 years.
  V         1:1       1:1        1:1          1:1         1:1      23:3      0      23:1

 VI         1:1       1:1        1:1          1:1         1:1      19:2    19:1     19:1


  C. School Management
     1. Leadership
        1.1 Administrative Functions
                   1 Leads in Setting the vision, mission and objectives of the school.
                   2 Links school, community and LGU networks.
                   3 Leads the SGC in developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating the SIP.
                   4 Leads in updating School MIS.
                   5 Administer and manage all personnel, physical and fiscal resources of the school.
                   6 Encourage and accepts donations for educational purposes.
                   7 Assess teachers needs, welfare and development
                   8 Make all transparent reports to the appropriate offices

         1.2 Instructional Functions
                     1 Localizes and implements school curriculum.
                     2 Encourages teachers to innovate and use indigent instructional materials focus on improving learning outcomes.
                     3 Observes what transpires in a classroom.
                     4 Gives feedbacks and suggestions on teaching strategies and methods used by the teachers.

         1.3 Linkages with community
                    1 Reconstruction of the stage (PTA Project).
                    2 School Feeding Program (Sponsored by PTA)
                     3   Feeding, Gift Giving and Gutter Construction of Marcos Type Bldg. (Sponsored by KIWANIS Club of San Pableños and PICE)
                     4   Book Giving (Sponsored by Emerald Lions Club)
                     5   Gift Giving (Sponsored by Emerald Lions Club)
                     6   Mobile Learning Project (Sponsored by CongW. IVY Arago)


      2. Planning and Development

          2.1 Projects/Programs

                                                                       CLASSIFICATION
            PROJECTS/PROGRAMS                                 (National/Regional/Division/School-                    OUTCOME (Specify and quantify)
                                                             Instructional/Physical/Health/Sports)
  INTENSIFIED SCHOOL FEEDING PROGRAM                                                                         Improved nutritional status of pupils identified with
                                                                        School/Health
                 (ISFP)                                                                                             below normal status from 53 to 51
            BRIGADA ESKWELA                                            School/Physical                      Improved school facilities and physical appearance

          2.2
               INTERVENTIONS                                                                 EFFECT/OUTCOME
After 3 Remedial Class Program for Grade III and     There is a 30.89% increase in MPS across all the 5 tool subjects in National Achievement Test for Grade 6
Grade VI                                             (NAT 6)


      5. Organizational Structure and Staffing

           Atisan Elementary School is a complete mono-grade elementary school with six classes from Grade I to Grade VI and a PTA funded Pre-Elementary
   School. It is by the school head and supported by six permanent teachers, one locally funded teacher and a PTA funded Pre-Elem. teacher. It is also linked
   with the stakeholders through School Governance Council headed by the school head, supported by the PTA and the Barangay Council.
IV. PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
    1. Provision of Equitable Access
          a. Availability of Learning Materials


    GRADE           ENGLISH            MATH             SCIENCE             FILIPINO       HKS/SK          EPP           MSEP              EP
                                    1 book for 2                          3 books for 4                                               1 book for 37
        I              1:1                                 N/A                               1:1           N/A            N/A
                                       pupils                                 pupils                                                     pupils
                   1 book for 2                                           1 book for 3                                                1 book for 30
       II                               1:1                N/A                               1:1           N/A            N/A
                      pupils                                                  pupils                                                     pupils
                                   1 book for 2                                                                                       1 book for 23
       III             1:1                                 1:1                1:1            1:1           N/A            N/A
                                      pupils                                                                                             pupils
                   2 books for     2 books for 3                          1 book for 2    2 books for   2 books for   0 book for 29   1 book for 29
       IV                                           1 book for 3 pupils
                     3 pupils         pupils                                 pupils         3 pupils     29 pupils       pupils          pupils
                                                                                                        3 books for   0 book for 23   1 book for 23
       V               1:1              1:1                1:1                1:1            1:1
                                                                                                         23 pupils       pupils          pupils
                                                                                                        2 books for   1 book for 19   1 book for 19
       VI              1:1              1:1                1:1                1:1            1:1
                                                                                                         19 pupils       pupils          pupils

        b. Physical and Ancillary Services
              0 Home Economics Kits for Grades IV-VI pupils
              0 Practical Arts Kits for Grades IV-VI pupils
              0 Sports Equipments for Grades IV-VI pupils
              1 set of gardening tools for Grades IV-VI pupils
              1 set of First Aid Kit for 161 pupils
              0 Science Equipments for Grade III-VI pupils
              0 SRA kits for Grade I pupils
        c. Multimedia
              0 computers for 161 pupils
              1 tv set for 161 pupils
              2 dvd for 161 pupils
   2. Quality and Relevance of Basic Education
        a. Learner Performance (SY 2009-2010)
                1 Achievement Rate (NAT result)
                    73.55% Average MPS, NAT 6 2009
              2   Reading Comprehension
                   64 struggling readers out of 161 pupils in English
                   36 struggling readers out of 161 pupils in Filipino
              3   Nutritional Status
                   68 Below Normal Nutritional Status out of 161 pupils

       b.Staff Development
                 1 out of 6 teachers is pursuing masters degree
                 0 out of 6 teachers is computer literate
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with new trends in teaching strategies, methods and techniques in 5 tool subjects
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with the School-Based Management process
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Test Question Making
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Assessment
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Disaster Preparedness
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Remedial Class Implementation
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Mentoring Techniques
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Learning Styles of learners
                 0 out of 6 teachers is updated with Educational Management Information System (EMIS)
     c. Internal efficiency (performance indicators)
                 1.39% increase in repetition rate
                 2.17% decrease in promotion rate
                 3% increase in completion rate
3. Management Of Educational Services
     a. Stakeholder Participation
                 30 stakeholders participated in brigada eskwela
     b. Instructional Supervision
                 6 out of 14 required observation were done by school head in a month
     c. Resource mobilization and management
                 MOOE is used for electric bills
V. GUIDING PRINCIPLES

ATISAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CORE VALUES
     EXCELLENCE
     CONNECTION
     ACCOUNTABILITY

VISION
      A'S FOR EXCELLENCE...
      A-CCOUNTABLE SCHOOL HEAD AND TEACHERS
      A-CTIVE PARNERSHIP OF THE SCHOOL AND THE STAKEHOLDERS
      A-CADEMICALLY PERFORMING AND VALUE-LADEN LEARNERS
      ...GEARED TOWARDS 75% MPS

MISSION
      Atisan Elementary School is committed to TEACH
      T-ie up with the stakeholders (Parents, Community and LGUs)
      E-nhance teacher's competencies
      A-ssess pupil's performance
      C-ommunicate, and
      H-elp the pupils reach 75% MPS

GOALS:
A. The pupils of Atisan Elementary School will show improvements across all tool subjects through increases in achievements in National, Regional and Division
    assessments.
B. The teachers will have the required competencies to teach any lesson across the tool subjects with mastery through INSETs, LAC sessions and professional
   developments (i.e. graduate studies).
C. The school will have a strong and active partnership with the stakeholders (parents, community and LGUs) through the full implementation, monitoring and
   evaluation of the School-Based Management (SBM) program.

OBJECTIVES:
1. Improve pupils performance as measured by National Achievement Test for Grade VI (NAT 6) from 73.55% Average MPS to 75% MPS across all tool subjects
   by SY 2011-2012.
2. Reduce number of struggling readers including non-readers and frustration readers as measured by Philippine Informal Reading Inventory (Phil-IRI) from 64
   pupils to 20 pupils in English and from 36 pupils to 15 pupils by SY 2011-2012.
3. Improve nutritional status as measured by Nutritional Status Report of School Children from 51 pupils to 20 pupils with Below Normal Nutritional Status by
   SY 2011-2012.
4. Minimize repeaters from 1.39% to 0 by SY 2011-2012
5. Improve promotion rate from 96% to 99% by SY 2011-2012
6. Raise completion rate from 64% to 75% by SY 2011-2012
7. Improve teachers’ competencies by SY 2011-2012 through Monthly INSETs and LAC Sessions focusing on the following:
                        Basic Computer Literacy;
                        New trends in teaching strategies, methods and techniques in English, Mathematics, Science and Health, Filipino and HEKASI;
                        School-Based Management;
                        Test Question Making;
                        Assessment;
                        Disaster Preparedness;
                        Remedial Class Implementation;
                        Mentoring Techniques;
                        Learning Styles; and
                        Educational Management Information System (EMIS)
8. Provide 1:1 Pupil-Textbook ratio across all subjects in the entire Grade Levels by SY 2011-2012
9. Make the following learning facilities and tools available to pupils by 2011-2012
                        Science Equipments
                        SRA Kits
                        Computers
                        TV sets
                        DVD
                        Home Economics Kits
                        Practical Arts Kits
                        Sports Equipments
                        Gardening Tools
                        First Aid Kits
10. Increase stakeholders’ participation on Brigada Eskwela from 30 participants to 200 participants by SY 2011-2012
11. Raise school head’s observation from 6 to 24 observations a month by 2011-2012
12. Maximize financial resources on school, teachers and pupils needs.
VI. THREE YEAR WORK PLAN



  PRIORITY                          PROGRAMS,                                                                                                         AMOUNT AND TARGET SOURCES OF
                                                                         RESOURCE REQUIREMENT                                TIMELINE
IMPROVEMENT     OBJECTIVES          PROJECTS,                                                                                                                  FUNDS (PHP)
   AREAS
                                     ACTIVITIES            MATERIAL S               HUMAN           FUNDS        2009-2010   2010-2011   2011-2012   MOOE    PTCA      LGU    OTHERS
                                                                                PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS
LEARNING      1. Provide 1:1     Procurement of         Number of Books        1. DepEd-SPC,
MATERIALS     Pupil-Textbook     additional books       Needed By Subject         Supply Division
              ratio across all   across all subjects    By Grade               2. School Head                                                                                 National
              subjects in all    by grade level         GRADE I                                                                                                                Fund
              Grade Levels by                           English -10 (R)                                8800.00                                                                8800.00
              SY 2011-2012       1. Identification of   Math         -38
                                 grade levels with      EP           -40
                                 less than 1:1 pupil    GRADE II                                      12000.00                                                               12000.00
                                 textbook ratio.        Math         -30
                                                        Filipino -30 (W/P)
                                                        Sibika at Kultura
                                 2. Requisition of                   -30
                                 additional books       EP           -30
                                 from the division      GRADE III                                      9500.00                                                                9500.00
                                 office through         Math         -15
                                 available funds        Science -25
                                 (i.e. MOOE, local      Filipino -25 (W/P)
                                 funds etc.)            EP          -30                                                                                                      19500.00
                                                        GRADE IV                                      19500.00
                                                        English
                                                               -13(R),10(L)
                                                        Math       -15
                                                        Science -20
                                                        Filipino
                                                                -17(P), 7(W)
                                                        HEKASI -30
                                                        EPP        -30
                                                        MSEP -30
                                                        EP          -30
                                                        GRADE V
                                                        English -6(R), 6(L)                            7900.00                                                                7900.00
                                                        Math        -15
                                                        Science -20
                                                        Filipino -6(P), 6(W)
                                                        HEKASI -30
                                                        EPP         -30
                                                        MSEP        -30
                                                        EP           -30
                                                        GRADE VI                                      15500.00                                                               15500.00
                                                        Math        -15
                                                        Science -20
                                                           HEKASI    -30
                                                           EPP       -30
                                                           MSEP      -30
                                                           EP        -30

              2. Make the           Procurement of the     A. Science             1. School Head
MULTIMEDIA/   following learning    following learning     Equipments 5 sets      2. Teachers      50000.00   50000.00
LEARNING
              kits and tools        kits, tools and        B. SRA Kits 2 sets     3. PTA           20000.00   20000.00               Donations
EQUIPMENTS                                                                                                                           50,000.00
              available to pupils   equipments:            C. Computers           4. LGUs          50000.00
              by 2011-2012          A. Science                          10 sets   5. NGOs
              A. Science            Equipments             D. TV sets                              42000.00              42,000.00
              Equipments            B. SRA Kits                          6 sets
              B. SRA Kits           C. Computers           E. DVD        4 sets                     5000.00    5000.00
              C. Computers          D. TV sets             F. Home Econo-                           5000.00              5000.00
              D. TV sets            E. DVD                    mics Kits
              E. DVD                F. Home                              5 sets
              F. Home               Economics Kits         G. Practical Arts                        5000.00              5000.00
              Economics Kits        G. Practical Arts          Kits     5 sets
              G. Practical Arts     Kits                   H. Sports Equip-                         5000.00              5000.00
              Kits                  H. Sports                 ments 1 set
              H. Sports             Equipments             I. Gardening Tools                       3000.00              3000.00
              Equipments            I. Gardening Tools                 2 sets                                            5000.00
              I. Gardening          J. First Aid Kits      J. First Aid Kits                       5000.00
              Tools                                                    5 sets
              J. First Aid Kits



                                    1. Identification of
                                    priority learning
                                    kits and
                                    equipments
                                    needed.

                                    2. Organization of
                                    different fund
                                    raising campaign

                                    3. Procurement of
                                    learning kits and
                                    equipments
                                    through local funds
                                    (MOOE, canteen
                                    funds, donations
                                    etc.)
                                                                         QUALITY AND RELEVANCE OF BASIC EDUCATION
   PUPILS     1. Improve pupils      AFTER 3                1. Reviewers        Subject Teachers     NONE
PERFORMANCE
              performance as         REMEDIAL                        30 sets    of:
              measured by            CLASS                                          a. English
              National               PROGRAM FOR                                    b. Mathematics
              Achievement Test       GRADE VI                                      c. Science
              for Grade VI (NAT      PUPILS                                         d. Filipino
              6) from 73.55%         a. Planning and                                e. HEKASI
              Average MPS to         orientation
              75% MPS across         b. Program
              all tool subjects by   implementation
              SY 2011-2012.          c. Assessment/
                                     Evaluation
              2. Reduce              1. MENTOREAD               Manual on       1. School head         1000.00      1000.00
   PUPILS     number of                 a. INSET:              standards of     2. Teachers
PERFORMANCE   struggling readers     Assessment of           teaching reading
              including non-         Teachers
              readers and            Competencies in
              frustration readers    Teaching Reading.
              as measured by         a. Planning
              Philippine             b. INSET
              Informal Reading       c. Application
              Inventory (Phil-       d. Monitoring and
              IRI) from 64 pupils    Evaluation
              to 20 pupils in
              English and from
              36 pupils to 15        2. D.E.A.R. (Drop
              pupils by SY           Everything and         Reading Materials   Advisers             NONE
              2011-2012.                Read Program)       Available
                                     a. Identification of
                                     slow and non-
                                     readers.
                                     b. allocation of
                                     time for the
                                     program.
                                     c. full
                                     implementation
                                     d. monitoring and
                                     evaluation
                3. Improve              INTENSIFIED          1. Food supplies       1. PTCA officers    20,000.00      5000.00     5000.00   5000.00   Donations
                nutritional status        SCHOOL             /ingredients              and members                                                      5000.00
   PUPILS       as measured by            FEEDING            (vegetables,           2. School Head
PERFORMANCE
                Nutritional Status    PROGRAM (ISFD)            rice, msg, etc)     3. NGOs
                Report of School                                                    4. LGUs
                Children from 68
                pupils to 20 pupils   1. Identification of
                with Below            pupils with below
                Normal Nutritional    normal nutritional
                Status by SY          status
                2011-2012.
                                      2. mobilization of
                                      major stakeholders
                                      for the full
                                      implementation od
                                      the program

                4. Minimize           Close Monitoring                              1. School Head     NONE
                repeaters from        and Supervision of                            2. Teachers
   PUPILS       1.39% to 0 by SY      Teacher-Pupil
PERFORMANCE     2011-2012             contact time

                5. Improve            Close Monitoring                              1. School Head     NONE
                promotion rate        and Supervision of                            2. Teachers
   PUPILS       from 96% to 99%       Teacher-Pupil
PERFORMANCE     by SY 2011-2012       contact time

                6. Raise              Close Monitoring                              1. School Head     NONE
                completion rate       and Supervision of                            2. Teachers
   PUPILS
PERFORMANCE     from 64% to 75%       Teacher-Pupil
                by SY 2011-2012       contact time


                                                                                  MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
INSTRUCTIONAL   1. Improve            In-Service                                    1. School Head      10,000.00      10,000.00
  SUPERVISION
                teachers’             Trainings on the                              2. Teachers
                competencies by       following:                                    3. Stakeholders
                SY 2011-2012
                through Monthly       A. Basic Computer      A. Manual on
                INSETs and LAC        Literacy               Basic Computer
                Sessions focusing        a. Planning              Literacy
                on the following:        b. INSET
                A. Basic                 c. Application
                Computer                 d. Monitoring
                Literacy;             and Evaluation
             B. New trends in      B. New trends in       B. Handouts on
             teaching              teaching               new trends in
             strategies,           strategies,            teaching
             methods and           methods and            strategies,
             techniques in         techniques in          methods and
             English,              English,               techniques
             Mathematics,          Mathematics,
             Science and           Science and
             Health, Filipino      Health, Filipino and
             and HEKASI;           HEKASI
             C. School-Based          a. Planning
             Management;              b. INSET
             D. Test Question         c. Application
             Making;                  d. Monitoring
             E. Assessment;        and Evaluation
             F. Disaster
             Preparedness;         C. School-Based        C. Manual on
             G. Remedial           Management             School-Based
             Class                   a. Planning          Management
             Implementation;         b. INSET             Implementation
             H. Mentoring            c. Application
MANAGEMENT   Techniques;             d. Monitoring
             I. Learning Styles;   and Evaluation
             and                   D. Test Question       D. Handouts on
             J. Educational        Making                 Making Test
             Management              a. Planning          Questions
             Information             b. INSET
             System (EMIS)           c. Application
                                     d. Monitoring
                                   and Evaluation

                                   E. Assessment          E. Handouts on
                                      a. Planning         Assessment
                                      b. INSET
                                      c. Application
                                      d. Monitoring
                                   and Evaluation

                                   F. Disaster            F. Handouts on
                                   Preparedness           Disaster
                                      a. Planning         Preparedness
                                      b. INSET
                                      c. Application
                                      d. Monitoring
                                   and Evaluation
                                      G. Remedial Class
                                      Implementation
                                        a. Planning
                                        b. INSET             G. Handouts on
                                        c. Application       Remedial Class
                                        d. Monitoring        Implementation
                                      and Evaluation

                                      H. Mentoring
                                      Techniques
                                        a. Planning
                                        b. INSET             H. Handouts on
                                        c. Application       Mentoring
                                        d. Monitoring        Techniques
                                      and Evaluation

                                      I. Learning Styles
                                         a. Planning
                                         b. INSET
                                         c. Application      I. Handouts on
                                         d. Monitoring       Learning Styles
                                      and Evaluation

                                      J. Educational
                                      Management
                                      Information
                                      System (EMIS)          J. Manual on How
                                         a. Planning         to organize EMIS
                                         b. INSET
                                         c. Application
                                         d. Monitoring
                                      and Evaluation

  PARENTS       1. Increase           INFODRIVE on           Manual on          1. School Head    NONE
PARTICIPATION
                stakeholders’         BRIGADA                BRIGADA            2. Teachers
                participation on      ESKWELA and            ESKWELA and        3. Stakeholders
                Brigada Eskwela       BRIGADA                BRIGADA
                from 30               ESKWELA PLUS           ESKWELA PLUS
                participants to 200
                participants by SY
                2011-2012
                2. Raise school       Implementation of 26   26 Observation     1. School Head    NONE
INSTRUCTIONAL   head’s                OBSERVATION            Tool               2. Teachers
  SUPERVISION                         TOOL
                observation from
                6 to 24
                observations a
                month by 2011-
                2012
                                 INSET: Simple      Manual on Simple   1. School Head        1000.00
LEADERSHIP
                                 Accounting in a    Accounting         2. Teachers
             3. Maximize         Small School
             financial             a. Planning                                                                 1000.00
             resources on          b. INSET
             school, teachers      c. Application
             and pupils needs.     d. Monitoring
                                 and Evaluation

                                                                                 TOTAL     296200.00
                                                                                         SUB-TOTALS            92,000.00   70,000.00   5000.00   129200
                                                                                                       TOTAL     296200.00
                                                                        ATISAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
                                                                               San Pablo City

                                                                       ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
                                                                          SCHOOL YEAR 2009-2010
PRIORITY                          PROGRAMS,                                                                        TIME FRAME
IMPROVE-                                                   RESOURCES REQUIREMENTS                                                                         SOURCES AND AMOUNT OF FUNDS
  MENT
             OBJECTIVES           PROJECTS,                                                             Q1         Q2      Q3          Q4
  AREAS                           ACTIVITIES          Q1       Q2         Q3              Q4        J   F    M A    M J   J   A   S   O N D   MOOE/CANTEEN       PTA       LGU       OTHERS
                                                                      PROVISION ON EQUITABLE ACCESS
LEARNING                                                                            Number of                                                                                       National Fund
MATERIALS
             1. Provide 1:1    Procurement of
             Pupil-Text        additional books for                                 books needed                                                                                        8800.00
             book ratio        the following                                        by subject by
                                                                                    grade:
             across all        subjects by grade:
             subjects in       GRADE I
                                                                                    GRADE I
             Grade I by        English                                              English-10(R)
             Jan. 2010         Math                                                 Math-38
                               EP                                                   EP-40
   MULTI
             2. Make the       Procurement of the                                   A. Science                                                  5000.00
  MEDIA/     following         following learning                                   Equipments
 LEARNING
EQUIPMENTS   learning          equipments:                                             5 sets
             equipments        A. Science
             available to         Equipments
             pupils by Jan.
             2010
             A. Science
             Equipments
                                                                QUALITY AND RELEVANCE OF BASIC EDUCA-TION
 PUPILS      1. Improve           AFTER 3                                              Subject
PERFOR-                                                                              Teachers of:
 MANCE       pupils            REMEDIAL CLASS
             performance        PROGRAM FOR
                                                                                    a. English
             as measured       GRADE VI PUPILS                                      b. Math
             by National                                                            c. Science
             Achievement       a. Planning and                                      d. Filipino
             Test for          orientation                                          e. HEKASI
             Grade VI          b. Program
             (NAT 6) from      implementation
             73.55%
             Average MPS
             to 75% MPS
             across all tool
             subjects by
             SY 2009-2010

             2. Reduce         1. MENTOREAD                                         A.                                                          1000.00
             number of         a. INSET:                                            1. School
             struggling        Assessment of                                           head
                                                                                    2. Teachers
readers           Teachers                            3. Manual on
including non-    Competencies in                        Standards
readers and       Teaching Reading.                      of
                                                         teaching
frustration       1. Planning                            reading
readers as        2. INSET                            B.
measured by                                           1. Reading
Philippine        2. D.E.A.R. (Drop                      Materials
Informal             Everything and                      Available
Reading              Read Program)                    2. Advisers
Inventory
(Phil-IRI) from
64 pupils to
40 pupils in
English and
from 36 pupils
to 20 pupils
by SY 2009-
2010.
3. Improve          INTENSIFIED        1. Food                       5000.00   1000.00   1000.00   Donations
nutritional           SCHOOL           supplies                                                    5000.00
status as             FEEDING          (vegetables,
measured by       PROGRAM (ISFD)       rice, msg,
Nutritional                            etc)
Status Report                          2. PTCA
of School                              officers and
Children from                          members
68 pupils to                           3. School
40 pupils with                         Head
Below Normal                           4. NGOs
Nutritional                            5. LGUs
Status by SY
2009-2010.
4. Minimize       Close Monitoring     1. School
repeaters         and Supervision of      Head
from 1.39% to     Teacher-Pupil        2. Teachers
0.05% by SY       contact time
2009-2010
5. Improve        Close Monitoring     1. School
promotion         and Supervision of      Head
rate from 96%     Teacher-Pupil        2. Teachers
to 98% by SY      contact time
2009-2010
6. Raise          Close Monitoring     1. School
completion        and Supervision of      Head
rate from 64%     Teacher-Pupil        2. Teachers
to 70% by SY      contact time
2009-2010
                                                          MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
 1. Improve       In-Service Trainings
teachers’         on the following:
competencies
by SY 2009-       A. Basic Computer      A.1. School
2010 through      Literacy                   Head
Monthly           a. Planning            2. Teachers                                           1000.00
INSETs and        b. INSET               3. Stake
                                            holders
LAC Sessions      c. Application         4. Manual on
focusing on       d. Monitoring and         Basic
the following:    Evaluation                Computer
A. Basic                                    Literacy
Computer          B. New trends in       B. 1. School
Literacy;         teaching strategies,      Head
B. New trends     methods and               2. Teachers
                                            3. Handouts
in teaching       techniques in             on new
strategies,       Mathematics,              trends in
methods and       Science and               teaching                                           1000.00
techniques in     Health,                   strategies,
Mathematics,      a. Planning              methods and
Science and       b. INSET                  techniques
Health            c. Application
                  d. Monitoring and
                  Evaluation
Increase          INFODRIVE on           1. School
stakeholders’     BRIGADA                Head
participation     ESKWELA and            2. Teachers
on Brigada        BRIGADA                3.
Eskwela from      ESKWELA PLUS           Stakeholders
30                                       4. Manual on
participants to                          BRIGADA
100                                      ESKWELA
participants                             and
by SY 2009-                              BRIGADA
2010                                     ESKWELA
                                         PLUS
Raise school      Implementation of      1. School
head’s            26 OBSERVATION             Head
observation       TOOL                   2. Teachers
from 6 to 17                             3. 26 Obser-
observations                                vation Tool
a month by
2009-2010
Maximize          INSET: Simple          1. School
financial         Accounting in a           Head
resources on      Small School a.        2. Teachers
school,           Planning               3. Manual on
teachers and      a. Planning               Simple
pupils needs.     b. INSET                 Accounting                                          1000.00
                  c. Application
d. Monitoring and
Evaluation

     SUB-TOTALS     SUB-TOTALS   14000.00   1000.00    1000.00   13800.00
          TOTAL          TOTAL                 PHP29800.00
                                                           DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
                                                            REGION IV-A CALABARZON
                                                           DIVISION OF SAN PABLO CITY
                                                            SAN FRANCISCO DISTRICT




PREPARED BY:                   REVIEWED BY;                              APPROVED BY

           MELVIN A. ALMARIO                        NORY O. ALCANTARA                          MERCELITA L. PORMENTILLA, Ed.D.
             PRINCIPAL I                  DISTRICT SUPERVISOR                           Assistant Division Superintendent,
                                                                                                        Officer In-Charge of the Division

				
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