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  • 1. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region VI – Western Visayas Division of Iloilo PALACA-DAMILISAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Miagao, Iloilo RAYMUNDO A. LAPATING, Ph.D. Schools Division Superintendent Division of Iloilo La Paz, Iloilo City Sir: We, the members of the School Planning Team of Palaca-Damilisan National High School, Tabunacan, Miagao, Iloilo hereby endorse the approval of our School Improvement Plan for 2011 – 2014. NOEME M. NILLOS ELNA MARIEL NANTA School Planning Officer Students Group Chairman ALFREDO N. MONTAÑO JENNEL MORANO Teachers’ Group Representative PTA Representative JOSE MARIE NAPALINGA HONORATA G. MOLETA LGU Representative Student Discipline, Chair EVELIO ANTONIO P. TORRECAMPO JUN B. BARTE Adviser, SSG IT Coordinator
  • 2. RANDY REGINO M FAILANGA ARIEL ANTHONY G. CALA- OR Admin. Asst. III Admin Asst. II WILSON F. TOSINO Principal II Accepted by: REYNALDO G. GICO Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Approved by: RAYMUNDO A. LAPATING, Ph.D, CESO V Schools Division Superintendent
  • 3. Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region VI – Western Visayas Division of Iloilo PALACA-DAMILISAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Miagao, Iloilo SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2011 – 2014 I. INTRODUCTION:
  • 4. The success of education is a cooperative endeavor. The success of one is the success of all. The school administrator, teachers, parents, community and all stakeholders must cooperate to the fullest for the attainment of the high achievement of all students. This School Improvement Plan of Palaca-Damilisan National High School is a comprehensive presentation that lays out plans and targets of the school for the next three (3) years. It emphasis on priority projects as educational investment that will equip the school administrator basic knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for micro and macro management of DepEd programs in the school and division levels. Furthermore it desire to provide administrator, teachers, students, stakeholders instructional leadership skills vis-à-vis RA 9155 and the 2002 Basic Educational Curriculum and let them value the importance of strategic positioning of the school for greater impact, services, excellence and sustainability for the next three (3) years. The School Improvement Plan of Tigbauan Central Elementary School is a comprehensive presentation which will serve as the basis of priority through which the school will focus and utilize all possible resources to achieve its vision and mission which are Achievement, Accountability and Cooperation for the next three years. The Committee that Prepared the School Improvement Plan The School Improvement Plan was realized through the cooperative efforts of the following people: the Principal II as Chairman, representatives from the LGU, teachers and students, chairman of the Education Committee, the President of Parents Teachers Association, adviser of the SSG, Administrative officers, IT officers, the School Planning Officer and MSIE students of SIPC-WVCST Miagao Campus.
  • 5. II. SCHOOL GUIDING PRINCIPLES Core Values: Excellence, competence, effectiveness, result oriented and interrelated learning.  Vision: To provide quality education through competent instruction and to establish linkages both public and private sectors to widen the scope of learning opportunities.  Mission: The school must strive to implement programs, supportive to educational goals, foster learning opportunities, to inculcate equity and just education in order to generate Globally Competitive graduates. Values: 1. Transformation of Students into self-reliant managing individuals. 2. Teachers’ realization of their training needs. III. SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PROFILE A. School Profile  Name : Palaca-Damilisan National High School
  • 6. Tabunacan, Miagao, Iloilo The Palaca-Damilisan National High School began its historic past in August 1967, through the erection of barangay charter. The lay leaders in the barangay canvassed the enrollees for the first year and second year students and constructed a temporary building to house the students as requirements for putting-up a barrio high school. The barangay high school began to operate with no full-time teachers under the assistance of the Principal, who was concurrently the Principal of the elementary school, until later this portion was turned over to the high school. From the on, Palaca-Damilisan Barangay High School grew as years went on. This improvement could be seen through a number of buildings constructed, an increase of enrolment as well as school personnel. The growth of Palaca-Damilisan Barangay High School (PDBHS) was marked by its conversion into a National High School in 1988 by virtue of Executive Order No. 189, series of 1987 and Republic Act No. 6655, but it started to operate as such when funds were released to the school on April 1993. In line with the program, thrust and objectives of the Secondary Education Division of the Department of Education, Region VI, the schools’ mission is to produce a graduates who posses work ethics, values, cognitive and manipulative skills for global competitiveness in pursuant with its vision of raising committed secondary school graduates who can actively participate in developing a just and humane society. Special features of the school and how it differs from other school in the municipality of Miagao.
  • 7. * Active supervision of Instruction for better school 1. Provision of State of Art Instructional materials 2. Capability building of teachers, students and school head 3. IT integration in subject areas 4. Computer-aided instructional materials * Improved School Management 1. More defined School Action Plan for school year and also Subject Action Plans are provided 2. Action research 3. Improvement of school efficiency 4. Protection of Instructional time Curriculum The school is operating under the secondary education Curriculum with the following general guidelines: a. 2002 and 2010 SEC subject with allotted time. b. In the educational ladder, the secondary level offers a four-year formal education above the elementary but below the college level. c. Public Secondary schools are financed, operated and maintained by the government. The Secondary Education Aims to:
  • 8. a. Continue to promote the objectives of elementary education. b. Discover and enhance the different aptitudes and interests of the students so as to equip him with skills for productive endeavor and/or prepare him for tertiary schooling. c. Special Programs: • The school initiated the tying up with West Visayas State University under the Non- Formal Education (NFE) now Alternative Learning Systen (ALS). Since 1997 to the present offering skill oriented courses such as welding and computer literacy to enhance manipulative and cognitive skills. • The following courses are being offered every semester of the school year including summer classes. This courses are offered during non-school days as follows: - Shielded Metal Arc Welding - General Electricity - Computer Literacy • ALS are also offered during Fridays to enhance learning skills in Technology and Livelihood Education. These courses are also tied-up with Technical Education Skills Development Authority
  • 9. (TESDA) making the implementation effective and integrative mode of delivery sustained. B. Personnel: There are 34 filled teacher items and 2 personnel items in our school plantilla,1 casual personnel (utility/admin. Aid), MOOE funded computer teachers/clerk, PTA funded personnel such as librarian, and security guard 1 detailed teacher and 1 PSB teacher.
  • 10. a. Personnel Profile PUBLIC ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOLS TEACHING AND NON TEACHING PERSONNEL PROFILE SY 2011-2012 NAME OF SCHOOL : Palaca-Damilisan National High School (Palaca-Damilisan Brgy High School) TEL. NO. : (033) 315-87-02 (Please indicate the old name of school inside the parenthesis) DIVISION : Iloilo ADDRESS : Tabunacan, Miagao, Iloilo DISTRICT: 1st Congressional (street, barangay, municipality, province/city) NAME OF SCHOOL HEAD : Mr. Wilson F. Tosino OFFICIAL DESIGNATION : Principal II Item Number (Per PSIPOP) NAME OF INCUMBENT Year Level & of Section Assignme nt S e x Date of Birth Bachelor’s Degree Highest Educa- tional Attain- ment Subject /s Taught Non- Teaching Assignme nt Date of Original Appoint ment LATEST APPONTMENT Degre e Major Minor Date of Appoint- ment Positio n Title Statu s Sour -ce of Fund / Salar y OSEC-DECSB-THC3- 420129-2000 Miss Chona N. Nacionales I – Alexandrite F 02/09/6 4 BSE English Soc. Science 4 (CAR MaEd) English I 3 (Eng. Coor) 7 (Sch. Paper Consultant & Grievance Com. Member) 12/28/87 02/09/06 Teacher II Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449288-1998 Mrs. Doris N. Soriano I – Jade F 12/17/6 6 BS Math Math Food Tech. 1 Math I 7 (Academic Affair Chair) 07/20/87 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 463992-1998 Mrs. Ma. Nancy N. Cartago I – Peridot F 04/21/6 7 BS Ag. Ed. P.E. 1 MAPEH I & Aral Pan I 3 (Sports Coor) 06/07/94 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC2- 429408-1998 Mrs. Ma. Weena M. Mueda I – Emerald F 12/24/6 6 BSIE H.E 1 T.L.E I & Values I 3 (TLE Coor) 08/08/88 12/01/98 Teacher II Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC2- 420061-2005 Mrs. Marilyn N. Enverga II – Amber F 02/24/5 4 BSE Biology English 1 Science & Tech. II 09/16/77 06/01/06 Teacher II Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC2- 420172-2004 Miss Ma. Luisa P. Montealto II – Chrysoberil F 06/21/5 6 BSE Math Aral. Pan. 1 Mathematics II 07/11/80 07/09/04 Teacher II Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 463996-1998 Mrs. Nenita N. Sollesta II – Citrine F 05/22/6 4 BSE Filipino Biology 1 Filipino II & Value II 11/10/97 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449263-1998 Miss Donnah Grace C. Jimenea II – Topaz F 05/02/7 9 BSE English 1 English II 3 (Girl Scout Coor) 11/06/03 08/10/06 Teacher I Perm. 1 Highest Educ. Attainment Composition of Grade/Year Level Assignment Non-teaching Assignment Source of Fund for Payment of Salary 1. BSEED, BSE, BSIE 3. Ed.D., Ph.D. 1. Monograde 3. Mobile 1. Guidance Counselor 4. Canteen Teacher 1. National Government 3. PTA 2. MA, Maed 4. Others (Please specify) 2. Multigrade 4. Double Shift 2. School Librarian 5. Clinic Teacher 2. Local Government/Special Educ. Fund (Sch. Board) 4. Others (Please specify) 3. Coordinator 6. Clerk (NFE, Scout, etc.) 7. Others (Please specify)
  • 11. Item Number (Per PSIPOP) NAME OF INCUMBENT Year Level & of Section Assignme nt S e x Date of Birth Bachelor’s Degree Highest Educa- tional Attain- ment Subject /s Taught Non- Teaching Assignme nt Date of Original Appoint- ment LATEST APPONTMENT Degre e Major Minor Date of Appoint- ment Positio n Title Statu s Sour -ce of Fund / Salar y OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449272-1998 Mrs. Honorata G. Moleta III – Aquamarine F 12/22/5 7 BSE Catechetic s & Soc. Stud. 1 Aral. Pan III & Aral Pan. I-A 7 (Non- Academic Affairs Chair & Grievance Com. Member 08/18/88 01/02/89 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-TCH1- 420721-2001 Mrs. Emely N. Nervida III – Sapphire F 06/20/7 9 BSE Filipino 1 Filipino III 05/27/02 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-TCH1- 420720-2001 Mr. Jan G. Arguez III – Azurite M 07/17/8 0 BSE Biology 1 Science & Tech. III 3 (Boy Scout Coor.) 7 (Bids & Awards Com. Mem) 05/27/02 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449265-1998 Mrs. Brenda F. Alejo III – Chalcedony F 09/14/7 8 BSE T.H.E. 1 MAPEH III & Values III 08/01/02 03/01/02 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 420134-1999 Mrs. Elvira F. Fandagani III – Tourmaline F 12/17/7 0 BSE English Values Ed. 1 English III 7 (School Paper Adviser) 11/12/04 07/18/06 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 420171-2004 Miss Teresita N. Mabanes IV – Ruby F 05/19/5 0 BSE Filipino 1 Filipino IV 3 (Filipino Coor) 7 (Grievance Com. Member) 06/26/80 07/09/04 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 462978-1998 Miss Irene M. Montioso IV- Coral F 01/05/7 3 BSE Math 1 Math IV & Math III- D 3 (Math Coor) 07/19/93 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 420164-2002 Mrs. Gertrudes N. Ardenio IV- Garnet F 04/23/6 6 BSE English 1 English IV & English III-A 7 (School Paper Adviser) 09/06/99 Teacher I Perm. 1 Highest Educ. Attainment Composition of Grade/Year Level Assignment Non-teaching Assignment Source of Fund for Payment of Salary 1. BSEED, BSE, BSIE 3. Ed.D., Ph.D. 1. Monograde 3. Mobile 1. Guidance Counselor 4. Canteen Teacher 1. National Government 3. PTA 2. MA, Maed 4. Others (Please specify) 2. Multigrade 4. Double Shift 2. School Librarian 5. Clinic Teacher 2. Local Government/Special Educ. Fund (Sch. Board) 4. Others (Please specify) 3. Coordinator 6. Clerk (NFE, Scout, etc.) 7. Others (Please specify)
  • 12. Item Number (Per PSIPOP) NAME OF INCUMBENT Year Level & of Section Assignme nt S e x Date of Birth Bachelor’s Degree Highest Educa- tional Attain- ment Subject /s Taught Non- Teaching Assignme nt Date of Original Appoint- ment LATEST APPONTMENT Degre e Major Minor Date of Appoint- ment Positio n Title Statu s Sour ce of Fund / Salar y OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449269-1998 Mrs. Stella C. Napatal F 04/21/6 3 BSE Math/Filipino 1 Filipino I & Values I 3 (Values Coor) 09/23/87 09/19/88 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC3- 420130-2000 Mrs. Melania C. Aguirre F 04/28/5 8 BS Biology Biology 1 Science I 3 (Science Coor) 02/01/84 02/09/04 Teacher III Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449258-1998 Mr. Wilmer F. Tosino M 10/20/6 5 BSIE Indus. Arts 1 T.L.E. II & Aral. Pan I 11/04/02 04/01/05 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449271-1998 Mrs. Bella Rosa A. Gayo F 06/26/6 2 BSIE H.E. 1 T.L.E. III & Values II 3 (Medical/Den tal Coor) 02/15/88 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449274-1998 Mrs. Lunila F. Noveros F 05/20/6 8 BSE Filipino/MAP EH Soc. Stud. 1 MAPEH II & III 3 (MAPEH Coor) 10/15/90 06/20/94 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449273-1998 Miss Noeme M. Nillos F 11/13/7 5 BSE Catechetics & Soc. Stud. 1 Aral. Pan. II & Aral. Pan I-B 13 (Sch. Testing Coor.) 6 7 (Liaison Officer) 08/10/06 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-TCH1- 420719-2001 Mrs. Sherly F. Nuñeza F 02/17/7 2 BSE Mathematics 1 Math III & Values III 05/27/02 Teacher I Perm. 1 Miss Jorita F. Nalinga F 01/03/8 3 BSE T.L.E. 1 Computer 06/05/06 Teacher I Casu al 3 Highest Educ. Attainment Composition of Grade/Year Level Assignment Non-teaching Assignment Source of Fund for Payment of Salary 1. BSEED, BSE, BSIE 3. Ed.D., Ph.D. 1. Monograde 3. Mobile 1. Guidance Counselor 4. Canteen Teacher 1. National Government 3. PTA 2. MA, Maed 4. Others (Please specify) 2. Multigrade 4. Double Shift 2. School Librarian 5. Clinic Teacher 2. Local Government/Special Educ. Fund (Sch. Board) 4. Others (Please specify) 3. Coordinator 6. Clerk (NFE, Scout, etc.) 7. Others (Please specify)
  • 13. Item Number (Per PSIPOP) NAME OF INCUMBENT Year Level & of Section Assignm ent S e x Date of Birth Bachelor’s Degree Highest Educa- tional Attainme nt Subject /s Taught Non- Teaching Assignment Date of Original Appoint ment LATEST APPONTMENT Degree Major Minor Date of Appoin t-ment Position Title Statu s Sour ce of Fund / Salar y OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 463991-1998 Mr. Jun B. Barte M 05/20/78 BSIE Arch. Drafting 1 Values III & T.L.E. IV 3 (NFE/ Community Coor) 7 (Bids & Awards Com Mem) 02/09/04 Teacher I Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC2- 4201764-2000 Mr. Alfredo N. Montaño M 01/05/68 BSIE Arch. Drafting 1 MAPEH IV & TLE IV 7 (Sch. Paper Adviser & MAKABAYAN Dept Head) 08/20/90 07/12/91 Teacher II Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-THC1- 449270-1998 Mr. Evelio Antonio P. Torrecampo M 11/27/61 AB Science Science 1 Aral. Pan IV & Values IV 3 (Aral. Pan. Coor) 7 (Grievance Com. Mem.) 07/01/92 Teacher I Perm. 1 Mrs. Rogelyn N. Nabua F 02/21/77 BS Fisheries Physics Biology 1 Sci. & Tech III-D & IV 06/05/06 Teacher I Casu al 3 Mrs. Erlinda E. Mucho F 12/30/50 2 06/05/06 Librarian Casu al 3 Mr. Mateo F. Mondragon Sr. M 05/13/53 7 (Utility) 07/01/00 07/01/07 Utility Worker Casu al 1 Mr. Abelardo Millama M 08/23/72 7 (Sch. Guard) 06/06/05 06/04/07 Sch. Guard Casu al 3 OSEC-DECSB-ADAS3- 420057-2007 Mr. Randy Regino F. Failanga M 09/07/74 BS Commerce Managem ent Accounting 7 (Bookkeeper) 08/13/07 Admin. Assistan t III Perm. 1 OSEC-DECSB-ADAS2- 420063-2007 Mr. Ariel Anthony G. Cala-or M 06/14/73 BS Commerce Marketing 7 (Disbursing Officer) 09/03/07 Admin. Assistan t II Perm. 1 Highest Educ. Attainment Composition of Grade/Year Level Assignment Non-teaching Assignment Source of Fund for Payment of Salary 1. BSEED, BSE, BSIE 3. Ed.D., Ph.D. 1. Monograde 3. Mobile 1. Guidance Counselor 4. Canteen Teacher 1. National Government 3. PTA 2. MA, Maed 4. Others (Please specify) 2. Multigrade 4. Double Shift 2. School Librarian 5. Clinic Teacher 2. Local Government/Special Educ. Fund (Sch. Board) 4. Others (Please specify) 3. Coordinator 6. Clerk (NFE, Scout, etc.) 7. Others (Please specify) B. Physical Profile and Facilities
  • 14. No. of Classrooms - 18 No. of Workshops - 2 Toilet and Bath - 5 Buildings: I. SITES AND STRUCTURES A. Site Distance from the Municipal Hall: 5 kms. Area (in. sq.m): 6,000.0 Mode of Acquisition: 1 Topography: 1 Ownership Status: 1 Proof of Ownership: 1/2 Ownership status Topography Mode of Acquisition Proof of Ownership 1. Owned 1. Flat 3. Rolling 1. Donation 3. Presidential 1. Title 3. Others (Pls. Specify) 2. Not Owned 2. Hilly 4. Swampy 2. Purchase Proclamation 2. Donation Paper 4. CARP Delianated/surveyed Type of Bldg. Floor Area Owner- ship Status Constructed Materials No. of Storey Usage of Room No. of Room Year Cost (P) Fund-ing Floor-ing Roof-ing Wall Condition (Pls. Provide each of the number of rooms according to their usage) 1. SEDP 482 m2 1 1993 P4,500,00 1 2 3 2 2 2 Classroom/ Office 7 2. Cariño 112 m2 1 1991 245,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 Classroom 2 3. Bagong Lipunan 112 m2 1 1990 240,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 Classroom 2 4. Bagong Lipunan 114 m2 1 1990 240,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 Classroom 2 5. Bagong Lipunan 56 m2 1 2002 200,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 Classroom 1 6. Bagong Lipunan 216 m2 1 1991 425,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 Classroom 3 7. Science Lab 84 m2 1 1990 160,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 2 1 8. Bagong Lipunan 112 m2 1 1990 150,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 2 9. Cariño 112 m2 1 1991 245,000 2 2 3 2 1 1 1 2
  • 15. Type of Bldg. Materials Usage Condition Funding 1. Gabaldon 1. Steel 3. Wood 1. Academic Clsm. 8. Storeroom 1. Good 1. DECS 2. Army 2. Concrete 4. Nipa 2. Science Lab. 9. CAT Room 2. Needs Repair 2. LGU 3. Magsaysay 3. Practical Arts 10. Toilet 3. Incomplete 3. NGO 4. Marcos 4. Home Economics 11. Resources 4. Condemnable 4. PTCA 5. Imelda Ownership 5. Workshop Center 5. Under 5. JICA 6. JICA 1. Owned 6. Library 12. Canteen Construction 6. US-AID 7. SEDP 2. Rented 7. Office 13. Clinic 6. Temporary 7. Private Org. 8. Others (Pls. Specify) 3. Presidential 14. Other (Pls. Specify) 8. Others Proclamation (Pls. Specify) Library, Science Laboratory, Workshops: Holding (Indicate contents) Assessment of Facilities (Pls. Indicate if Excellent, Fair or Poor) Library 80% of the library resources could be found. Fair Science Laboratory 75 % of Sci. Lab. Equipment is there. Good Workshop/Industrial Arts 50% of the condition is met. Fair School Furnitures: Number of existing serviceable desks and chairs: (For Pupils/Students) 1/I 2/II 3/III 4/IV 5/V 6 TOTAL I. Desks ( 2 – seater) a. Old Model b. Set of 1 Table & 2 Chairs II. Tablet Armchairs 55 55 55 55 220 Multi-Media: ITEM NUMBER OF UNITS TOTAL NO. OF UNITS In Good Condition Needs Repair SOURCE Computers of Instructions 25 15 10 DTI TV Set 1 1 Purchased
  • 16. Video Player 1 1 Purchased Casette Player 3 1 2 Purchased Others (Please specify) Over head Projector 1 1 Purchased Office Automation: ITEM NUMBER OF UNITS TOTAL NO. OF UNITS In Good Condition Needs Repair SOURCE Computers (without internet) 10 8 2 DTI Computer (w/ internet) 11 8 3 DTI & GILAS Printers 5 4 1 DTI/GILAS/Purchased Typewriter 3 2 1 Purchased Photocopier 1 1 Prov. Govt. Mimeographing machine 1 1 Purchased Sound System 1 1 Purchased Telephone/Fax Machine 2 2 PLDT/GLOBE Overhead Projector 1 1 Purchased Others (Please specify) (Broadband) 1 1 GILAS Sports Equipment: ITEM NUMBER OF UNITS TOTAL NO. OF UNITS In Good Condition Needs Repair SOURCE Basketball None Volleyball 1 1 Purchased Baseball None Soccer None Others (Please specify) (Badminton) 1 1 Purchased
  • 17. Medical and Dental Services ITEM NUMBER OF UNITS TOTAL NO. OF UNITS In Good Condition Needs Repair SOURCE First Aid Kit 1 1 Purchased Clinical Bed 1 1 Purchased Others (Please specify) Canteen - 1 private 1 school
  • 18. D. Community Profile  Socio-Cultural 1. The collective student profile of the school is consistently updated. 2. The collective academic achievement of students is improved consistently. 3. There are sufficient opportunities for student enrichment through relevant social gatherings like symposia, trainings, field exposures and contests.  Political There are opportunities for students to demonstrate leadership skills and to explore their own interest.  Economy Miagao is a third class Municipality. Its annual income for FY 2006 is Php. 64, 749, 047.35. Miagao is located in the southwestern part of the Province of Iloilo in the Island of Panay. One of the 7 towns comprising the First Congressional District of Iloilo. Located 40 kilometers south of Iloilo. It can be reached by one hour’s ride from Iloilo City through public (e.g jeepney, air-con vans, Antique-bound buses) and private transportation. It comprises 119 barangays with 8 barangay located in the publacion.
  • 19. The Municipality has a total land area of 15, 696.00 hectares. Poblacion having a land area of 299.54 hectares. Land Use: = Built- up 933.00 hectares = Agriculture 3, 887.00 hectares = Forest 2, 768.00 hectares = Special Land Use 8, 108.00 hectares 1. Mining/Quarrying 2. Grassland/Pasture 3. Agro-Industrial 4. Tourism Miagao is partly coastal and partly mountainous town. It has a total population of 57, 092 (CY 2000) people based on the 2000 report of the National Census and Statistics Office. The poblacion considered as the urban area composed of barangays has a total population of 8,385 while the rural barangays has 48, 707. IV. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS A. School Performance  Student Achievement
  • 20. 2005 – 2006 42.45 2006-2007 42.64 2007-2008 43.21. NAT Results increases in the past 2 years. However the MPS fall short of 31.79 from the Planning Standard. NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST (NAT) 2ND YEAR Subject Areas School Year Increase/ Decrease2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008 Math 49.63 31.18 34.56 +3.38 English 37.28 47.81 48.01 +0.2 Science 32.42 40.28 40.32 +0.04 Filipino 43.70 46.06 40.36 -5.7 Aral Pan 49.19 47.86 52.77 4.91 School MPS 42.45 42.64 43.21 RANK Cong. 19 28 34 Div. 108 113 Based on the above MPS result, Aral Pan dominated the rest of the subjects in terms of MPS. There is a significant decrease in Filipino, Therefore the school is in alarming state being in the low performing school category. Interventions should be employed to increase the MPS in the coming years. NCAE COMPARATIVE RESULT (MPS) SCHOOL YEAR No. of Examinees General Scholastic Aptitude Tech. Vocational Aptitude Non- Verbal Ability Entrepreneurial Skills 2006- 2007 193 43.20 75.36 75.72 2007-2008 131 43.62 64.92 52.11 74.71
  • 21. On the NCAE data for two (2) years time, examinees in the 4 th year are more inclined on Technical. Vocation and Entrepreneurial endeavors. Advisers are given authority to assess and counsel their advisory students so that they will be guided according to the career they are most inclined to.  School Performance Indicator SCHOOL YEAR 2005 - 2006 2006 -2007 2007 2008 PARTICIPATION RATE ---------- 98.77 % 98.77 % 92.52 % RETENTION RATE --------------- 94.67 % 98.97 % 99.46 % COMPLETION RATE ------------- 85.25 % 83.33 % 92.31 % REPETITION RATE -------------- 24.45 % 24.45 % 1.62 % PROMOTION RATE -------------- 94.59 % 97.31 % 97.17 % GRADUATION RATE ------------- 96.73 % 95.65 % 96.30 % SURVIVAL RATE ----------------- 98.39 % 98.39 % 98.46 % DROP-OUT RATE ---------------- 10.65 % 9.60 % 1.45 % TRANSITION RATE -------------- 59.05 % 59.05 % 74.02 % TEACHERS STUDENT RATIO -------- 1:32 1:34 1:34 TEXTBOOK RATIO ------------------- 1:2 1:2 1:2
  • 22. B. Instructional Materials YEAR SUBJECT TETBOOK TITLE SEMP Founded SEDIP Founded Funded by Other Sources Teacher’s Manual TOTAL 1ST YEAR English 1 English Arts 1 192 6 198 New Horizon in learning English I 648 4 652 Science 1 Science & Technology for the Modern World I 495 7 502 Math 1 Moving Ahead with Mathematics I 330 2 332 Integrated Math I Elementary Algebra I Filipino I Gintong Pamana I Gansa I 784 20 804 Aralin I Daloy ng Kasaysayan ng Pamahalaang Pilipino I 815 2 817 Pilipinas: Kasaysayan at Pamahalaan 295 8 303 OTHERS: (Please Specify. You may use additional sheets if necessary) Mathematics I (Imcs) 281 281 2nd YEAR English II Communications for Progress II New Horizons in Learning English II 515 3 518 English Arts II Science II Science and Technology for the Modern World II 537 13 550 Math II Moving Ahead with Mathematics II 300 2 302 Intermediate Algebra Ii Filipino II Timbulan II Gintong Pamana: Wika at Panitikan II 537 13 550 Aralin II Asya: Noon, Ngayon at sa Hinaharap II 150 150 Asya: Noon, Ngayon at sa Hinaharap II 95 95 OTHERS: (Please Specify. You may use additional sheets if necessary) Mathematics II (Imcs) 371 371 3rd YEAR English III English Arts III Science III Science and Technology - Chemistry 285 11 296 Math III Integrated Mathematics III Geometry III Filipino III Diwang Filipino III 25 3 28 Dagitab III Wika at Panitikan III 285 11 296 Aralin III Kasaysayan ng Daigdig III 315 9 324
  • 23. OTHERS: (Please Specify. You may use additional sheets if necessary Functional English for Today III 228 11 239 Mathematics III (Imcs) 310 310 4th YEAR English IV Moving Ahead in English IV 25 1 26 Bridges to Better Communications IV Filipino IV Diwang Filipino IV 25 1 26 Wika at Panitikan IV 267 9 276 Aralin IV Ekonomiks IV 280 8 288 OTHERS: (Please Specify. You may use additional sheets if necessary Functional English for Today IV 117 9 126 Math IV – Advance Algebra, Trigonometry and Statistics 255 255 Science and Technology - Physics 271 8 279
  • 24. V. SCHOOL MANAGEMENT A. Planning and Development Process School Planning is scheduled yearly during the Pre In-Service Training for Teachers (INSET). Planning conference is called together with the stakeholders and later a consultative meeting with the municipal mayor in consistent with what is agreed in the first phase of meeting with the stakeholders and school authorities. General PTA assembly meeting is called on the first week of regular classes for the new school year. A yearly matrix of activities is prepared. The school matrix is based on DepEd and Division Thrusts and activities. Based on the Calendar of Activities, monthly activities and assignments are formulated. Tactical plans for instructional administration and supervision is prepared, discussed and clarified with teachers. The schedule for both formal and informal observation of classes are also planned and discussed. The internal control system on students’ enrolment, quarterly and periodical examinations are being assessed based on systems adopted. Future plans are developed to enhance/improved the methods/strategy to be used for succeeding year. B. Organizational Structure and Staffing
  • 25. At present there are 26 teachers, 2 administrative support staff, 2 clerks, 1 PTA funded librarian, 2 PTA funded volunteer teachers and 1 Principal II. Teachers are handling their area of specialization and others specialized and undergone DepEd training for non-majors. Lessons are based on the Prescribed Secondary School Learning Competencies and updated per grading period. Some teachers used proto-type lesson plan. In case when a teacher is absent or on leave, activity sheets are left to students with the guidance of another teacher. C. System and Procedure EMIS School files are retained in the EMIS. Other records are encoded in the computer and stored in the diskettes and USB’s of record officer. Monitoring and Evaluation Teachers’ observation of classes is done by the School Principal using the TLOC and teachers evaluation and appraisal is done at the end of each school year using the PAST. Students’ performance appraisal is done on quarterly basis. Monitoring and evaluation of project implementation is done on a weekly basis and reported to the Principal.
  • 26. Mid-year assessment of Teachers target and performance is done during the INSET school level. FISCAL The school receives funding from the DBM through the National Treasury. It receives an NCA (Notice of Cash Allocation) from the DBM for PS and MOOE. Modified Disbursing Scheme is observed in the disbursement of funds. Monthly report of Statement and Obligations and Balance (SAOB) is reported to DBM for monitoring and control of funds. Disbursement of funds such as salaries and other expenses are in a cash advance basis. Miscellaneous fees are collected through Barangay Scholarship Program of the catchment barangay. The PTA treasurer collects deposits and withdraws the miscellaneous fees in the PTA account. Rewards and Incentives Certificates of Recognition, prizes and other forms of incentives are given to teachers, students, parents and stakeholders as manifestation of commendable actions and outstanding performance extended to the school. Communication
  • 27. Communication is through landline and cellular phones and letters. National, Regional, Division and local memoranda are read during meetings. Others are posted for perusal. Monthly meeting is scheduled at the end of the month with committees to ensure effective delivery of the program. Feed backing, dialogue are used whenever possible during the open forum. DepEd thrust are disseminated usually after the MANCOM. VI. SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES A. Goal: Students’ achievement in the National Achievement Test increase by 10% per year for the next three years. B. Objectives: To increase academic performance in NAT in all discipline from 43.21 MPS to 75 MPS at the end of the 3 years period. C. Contributory Objectives: Provision of Equitable access: Improve Physical Environment for Learning
  • 28. Improve Instructional Materials Improve Physical Ancillary Service Quality and Relevance Improve Nutritional Status of below normal students Improve competencies especially the numeracy and scientific skills of all students by 75% School Management of Educational Service Hasten parents/stockholders participation in school activities, projects and mobilization. Intensify attitudes towards mobilization of services and resources. Implement effective school supervisory services. Performance Indicators Increase Graduation Rate by 2% to have it 100%. Increase Promotion Rate by 3% to have it 100% Maintain Repetition Rate Reduce Drop-out Rate to 0% Increase Textbook ration in tool subjects into 1:1 ratio
  • 29. VII. PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS A. Provision of Equitable Access Personnel Hire regular librarian Hire regular physics teacher Hire regular teacher to teach computer classes Improve use of Instructional Materials - Acquired and solicited instructional materials - CD tapes are provided per subject area to enhance learning - Acquired additional ancillary services and corresponding facilities - Instructional materials like books are acquired from Civic minded stakeholders and organizations - Sustained the construction of School covered court for outdoor classes B. Quality and Relevance Basic Education Improved Nutritional Status Below Normal Students Implement feeding program Teacher-parent dialogue Conferences Home gardening/gulayan sa barangay
  • 30. Nutritious foods sold in the canteen Improved Reading Competencies of the 75% of the First Year Students - Implement remedial reading program in English - Use of workbooks and activities - Acquisition of additional references - Implement peer group teaching - Seek parents’ involvement Improved Numeracy Skill of the 75% First Year Students - Use of activity sheets in Math - Allow teachers to attend seminars - Implement remedial program in Math Improved Scientific Skills of the of the 75% of the First Year Students - Implement effective supervision of Science classes - Allow teachers to attend seminars - Send students to Science related activities and contests - Expose students by manipulating Science equipment/apparatus during laboratory C. School Management of Educational Services Implemented effective school supervisory services - Prepared/implemented schedule of Instructional Supervision - Conduct formal observation of classes once a month per teacher - Check lesson plans & other records
  • 31. - Facilitated demonstration classes per year level - Monitoring and evaluation - Strengthen parents/stakeholders participation - Organize school risk disaster team - Establish income-generating project D. Performance Indicator Increased Graduation Rate to 100% Intervention - Strict monitoring of activities and attendance - Teacher-parent/student dialogue - Principal – parent/student dialogue - Home visitation Increased Promotion Rate by 3% from 97 % to 100% - Strict monitoring attendance - Teacher-parent dialogue during card day - Cooperative learning approach - Home visitation and follow-up Reduce Repetition Rate to 0% - Implement effective guidance program - Inculcate values that every adviser is a guidance provider - Implement remedial classes in 2 difficult disciplines (Math & Science)
  • 32. Reduced Failure Rate to 0% by 2011 - Implement remedial program in all subject areas - Teacher-parent dialogue - Intensive guidance program - Home visitation E. Proposed Additional Facilities  The following facilities are considered vital for the school’s operations in preparation for the K-12 education. The expenses for such will be sourced from the school’s PTA funds, donations from alumni and, if possible, income generating projects with the assistance from the community stakeholders. Teen Center - A vertical extension of the T.H.E. building (second floor) - Educational venue and activity center - Function hall for specialized K-12 instruction Covered walk - To be placed along school buildings - For the convenience of students and teachers during rainy days F. K-12 preparation
  • 33.  In preparation for the K-12 education, PDNHS plans to provide instructions in General Education and Technical-Vocational courses. Tech-Voc Education will include General Electricity and Fisheries Education to initially cater to Grade 11 and Grade 12 students in school year 2016-2017. The school currently has competent instructors with undergraduate degrees in Aquaculture/Fisheries Science and background in General Electricity. Technical-Vocational Education Strand - Provision of classes in Electricity and Fisheries for Grade 11 and Grade 12 - Training assistance from UPV College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences General Education Strand - Post-graduate studies and continuing education of teachers - Training assistance from DepEd
  • 34. IE 506 Educational Planning Submitted to: RAUL F. MUYONG Ph.D.
  • 35. Submitted by: CHERRY IVY R. NALDOZA RAEMMIL F. NULADA A School Improvement Plan Palaca-Damilisan National High School IE 506 Educational Planning Master of Science in Industrial Education Southern Iloilo Polytechnic College Western Visayas College of Science and Technology- Miagao Campus Miagao, Iloilo
  • 36. Submitted to: Raul F. Muyong Ph.D. Submitted by: Cherry Ivy R. Naldoza Raemmil F. Nulada March 2014