Gulayan Sa Paaralan 2010

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School's entry to the annual search of the best implementer of the Gulayan Sa Paaralan sponsored by the DepEd, DA, PGLU and ABONO partylist

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Gulayan Sa Paaralan 2010

  1. 1. Mr. Rodolfo S. Estoesta Teacher II School & Community Self Sufficiency Project
  2. 2. “ The health and nutrition of our students is a crucial factor affecting their academic performance. By making food more accessible to a larger number of families, we can better ensure the success of our students.” Jesli Lapus -former Education Secretary
  3. 3. “ Children of poor parents fail to complete their education because hunger and malnutrition force them to drop out from school to help their parents earn a living.” Jesli A. Lapus - former Education Secretary
  4. 4. Background & Purpose of the Project
  5. 5. A school-community food production project, is a tie- up with the “Programang Agrikultura Para sa Masa” of the Department of Agriculture (DA) and the Abono Party List. This initiative seeks to raise public consciousness on the health and nutritional dimension as well as economic benefits of establishing school, household and community gardens.  The school gardens shall serve as food basket or main source of commodities to sustain supplementary feeding.  This school project is spearheaded by the Technology and Livelihood Education classes under the leadership of Mr. Rodolfo S. Estoesta.
  6. 6. The Legal Basis: DepEd Memo #295 s. 2007
  7. 8. Garden Preparation
  8. 10. Composting Phase
  9. 13. Planting Phase
  10. 15. Care & Maintenance Phase

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