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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

  1. 1. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 0 of 101 SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL KIMAGANGO, MIDSAYAP, COTABATO
  2. 2. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 1 of 101 INTRODUCTION The basis for the formulation of the School Improvement Plan is Republic Act 8155 also known as the” Governance of Basic Education Act of 2001”. This law is based on the principle that the school is the second home of the child, the place to get formal education thus the seat of learning. The School Head has to exercise instructional leadership and sound administrative management. It is the prime responsibility of the school to cope with the, vision, mission, goals and objectives to develop a school education program and School Improvement Plan. The School Improvement Plan was develop through the efforts of the School Head, a teacher Representative, PTCA President, President of the Student Body Organization and a member of the Kimagango Barangay Council. The School head has the great role in making this development plan into a success being a pioneer resident of this barangay. Other data needed in the formulation of the plan was researched from the School’s Education Management Information System. The formal training of the school Improvement plan was called and the group did the situational analysis of the school problem in the training venue and was able to formulate a more meaningful vision and mission of the school. The Plan consist analysis of the situation of the school. After formulating the vision and mission, the group stated its goal and objectives. The five-year and one year plan for the school was formulated and it will be ready for implementation. The School Improvement Plan aims to provide guidance to the school head on the priority task to be done in order to achieve its objectives, to increase participation rate.
  3. 3. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 2 of 101 SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY PROFILE
  4. 4. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 3 of 101 A. Community Profile HISTORY OF BARANGAY KIMAGANGO KIMAGANGO became a regular barangay of Midsayap in 1948 with Mr. Apolonio Suganob as the first TENIENTE DEL BARRIO. It used to be a Sitio of Barangay Katingawan. KIMAGANGO came from a Manobo word “MAGANGO” meaning dry. According to the manobos who frequently visited the areas of Kimagango for hunting and other primitive agriculture activities the place Magango was known to be dry due to the absence of a river or big creek. The prefix “Ki” of the name Kimagango came from the first syllable of Sitio Kiwanan indicating that the said sitio was geographically and politically part of barrio Magango which later became a regular barangay in 1948. Its early settlers were farmers who became beneficiaries of the Homestead Law of the government in which a maximum of eight (8) hectares were given to qualified individuals. Ninety- five (95%) of these settlers were Cebuano coming mostly from Cebu. Among its first and second batches of early settlers were the following families; ABELLA, BIGWAS, INAMAC, CANADA, DIVINAGRACIA, DEQUITO, VERANO, OMISOL, OLANA, DANDO, MANOS, ENGALGADO, VERGARA, DIANO, NIALA, GORRERO, GUERERO, ANUEGO, TRUMATA, PILAPIL, MAYORMITA, SINGCO, ANIÑON, VILAR, SANCHEZ, BALBUENA, BATE, TAN, OBINA, VISCAYNO, BELOTINDOS, SINAMPAGA, NGITNGIT, INTES, PENOSA, AGULO, CAYACAP, DUGA, OBARCO, UTLANG, ITAO, MEGUISO, SILVANO, SELAGPO, ONTAL, CAGANG, DACILLO, CATULONG, ORTIZ, SEROT, RAMOS, SINAHAN, SONSONA, ANITO. The first primary school was established due to the poineering efforts of Mr. Fabio Divinagracia, Eustaquio Bigwas, Sacho Canada, Ananias Dequito and Pedro Verano in 1952. The first teacher was Miss Anema who later on was augmented by Miss petra Taclaud and Mr. Julio Cadava. In due time the new site ( the present site) was made possible by the unified efforts of the Teniente del Barrrio, Pedro Pilapil with the support of the first PTA president Mr. Eustacio Bigwas so that in 1959 the historic first Elementary graduation was held. Below is the list of the barangay heads from 1948 to date:
  5. 5. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 4 of 101 1948-1951 APOLONIO SUGANOB 1952-1955 VICTOR ABELLA 1955-1957 SIMEON NIALA 1957-1963 PEDRO PILAPIL 1964-1971 DIEGO DIVINAGRACIA 1972-1974 ANASTACIO SONSONA 1974-1976 JAIME CATULONG 1976-1980 ZOSIMO BATE-OIC 1981-1993 DIEGO DIVINAGRACIA 1994-2002 JULIA TAN 2002 TO DATE PEDRO C. UTLANG JR. Kimagango is hilly and during its early age. The place was covered with forest which sheltered rich wildlife; however, in the 50's forest and other wildlife resources disappeared due to kaingin and scientific farming. With the government mandate to care for the environment Kimagangians had restored the forest by reforestation. The barangay is approximately 5.5 kilometers from the town of Midsayap the municipality where it belongs.
  6. 6. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 5 of 101 GEOGRAPHY Kimagango is located in northern part of Midsayap. It is 5 ½ kilometers from the Poblacion. It was bounded in the north by Anonang, in the south by Kiwanan, Upper Bulanan in the east and on the west by Ilbocean and Poblacion 8. There are 11 puroks in the entire barangay, two of which are situated in the barangay center and the rest are scattered through its territorial jurisdiction. These puroks are under the supervision of respective barangay kagawad who looks after their needs and welfare. The total land area is 700.66 hectares. TOPOGRAPHY The topography of the barangay is smooth rolling hills with only small portion of a plain land. Approximately 80% of this land area is smooth rolling hill with 20% of a plain. Considerable portion of the land is used for agriculture. Only 15% are residential, commercial and industrial. It has a clay soil.
  7. 7. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 6 of 101 SOCIO-CULTURAL Kimagango is an agricultural area. It has a total land area of 700.66 hectares where 80% of these are used in agricultural while 15% are residential, commercial and industrial while the remaining 5% are idle land. Table # 1. Tribal Groups Cebuano Boholano Ilonggo Manobo Ilocano Tagalog 80% 5% 5% 5% 3% 2% Source: Barangay Data The inhabitants are composed of mixed tribes as shown in the table above. Kimagango was once a forestall land in which the first settlers were the manobos. Migrants from Cebu called Colono settled this place for Manobos and other settlers were in good relations with each other. The Colono came from the town of Gimatilan, Badian, Dumanjog and other towns of Cebu. When the migrants arrived the Manobos an indigenous tribe who are by nature timid and peace loving people inhabited too the place. The term magango came from Manobo word which means dry. Dry in the sense that there are no tributaries and no rivers. The only existing body of water is the creek that bounded Kimagango from Upper Bulanan and that is the Bulanan Creek. This hilly place was covered with thick vegetation and forest and the only way out to Midsayap were small trails or paths. Prior to its being a barangay is a part of Crossing Midsayap with Kiwanan. In one of the election campaigns, one politician greeted the people of KIMAGANGO, meaning the people of Kiwanan and Magango. Since then the name Kimagango was used.Kimagango was created as a barangay through an Executive Order No. 66.
  8. 8. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 7 of 101 Table # 2. Religious Groups Roman Catholic PBMA Seventh Day Adventist Iglesia ni Kristo Full Gospel Jehovah’s Witness UCCP 95% 2% 1.50% 0.05% 0.04% 0.04% 0.02% Table 2 shows that the religious groups at present in Barangay Kimagango. Though the populace has different religion they are very united and give due respect to one another. PRACTICES/ BELIEFS/ TRADITIONS/ CULTURE Since the populace is of mixed tribes their practices/ beliefs/ traditions/ culture are varied. It depends on the religious group where they belong and in their tribal group too. Bayanihan are their best practice of the people in this place and the celebration of patronal fiesta is the traditional activity among Filipinos. They also give values to cultural heritage to prepare the children for a better future maintaining close family ties and relationship observing death anniversaries of deceased family members, celebration of wedding anniversaries and other family festivities. To unite the people of the barangay organizations were created to promote common interest and aspirations. These are farmer organizations and women's organizations. Various religious communities and family groupings are also present to practice their beliefs and traditions.
  9. 9. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 8 of 101 DEMOGRAPHY Table # 3. Total number of household of the community where the school is located Farmers Salary and Wage Workers Businessman Smalltime operators Unemployed/ Self-employed 2,000 1,200 150 200 2,450 The barangay has a total of 6,500 populace in which 4,500 are male and 2,000 are female. There are 600 households with 6 as the average member in the family. There are experienced workers in the barangay distributed as follows:
  10. 10. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 9 of 101 Table # 4. Total Age Population YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5 Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female AGE 10 and below 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12 23 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 23 13 29 32 26 42 0 1 0 0 55 75 14 18 10 23 29 19 21 1 0 61 60 15 9 3 4 17 32 37 15 30 60 87 16 4 6 6 6 19 10 21 26 50 50 17 1 0 5 2 7 3 8 8 21 13 18 4 0 4 0 9 1 9 6 26 7 19 0 0 2 0 3 1 8 3 13 4 20 and Above 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 TOTAL 77 74 71 96 89 74 64 74 301 320 Total Age Source: Barangay Kimagango Data As shown in this table there are more 15 year of age in our population for many youngsters got married at an early age of 15.
  11. 11. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 10 of 101 DISTRIBUTION OF EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT Elementary Secondary Tertiary Bachelor’s / Degree 50% 25% 15% 10% POLITICAL Kimagango is headed by a Barangay Captain duly elected by the residents with an office term of five (5) years. These are the following officials of Kimagango for CY 2010 - 2011. Barangay Captain Hon. Pedro C. Utlang Sangguniang Barangay Members Hon. Kag. Ryan Ostique Hon. Kag. Louie John Utlang Hon. Kag. Eliseo Angcahan Hon. Kag. JuanitoJobiane Hon. Kag. Julia Tan Hon. Kag. Conrado Utlang Hon. Kag. LanieEnerlan SK Chairman Hon Naryl John Sinahan Kimagango has its own ERA and share of the SEF. The special Educational Fund is use to finance one teacher in the elementary. The secondary has no share at all.
  12. 12. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 11 of 101 Day Care Workers 1. Mary Jean Ferrer 2. Elizabeth Castillo 3. Shirley Bolos 4. Estrella Samar Barangay Health Workers 1. Virginia Bantoto 2. Ana Fe Barquilla 3. Angeles Bansuan 4. Apolonia Amores 5. Gertrudes Antipuesto 6. Myrna Pilapil 7. Nenita Ormisol 8. Evelyn Amiler 9. Rosario Caliso 10. Lourdes Meguiso Barangay Tanods 1. Trifon Ferrer 2. Roberto Villasor 3. Rodrigo Omisol 4. Eduardo Cuerpo 5. Cornelio Catulong 6. Tomas Sapalo 7. Alfredo Diano Lupong Tagapamayapa 1. Gladys Vegafria 2. Preciosa Caingcoy 3. Nimfa Robles 4. Charlie Pascual 5. Nicasio Sumigang Barangay Nutrition 1. Delia Viscayno 2. Edelyn Pacheco
  13. 13. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 12 of 101 ECONOMIC FEATURES / SITUATION Major Source of Livelihood Kimagango is an agricultural area. Majority of the populace are farmers, some are businessman, carpenters, drivers, laborers and some are employed in white collar job. OTHER SOURCE OF LIVELIHOOD Some of the populace raise chickens, pigs, cows, goat and carabao to augment their family income. CLASSIFICATION OF THE COMMUNITY BASED ON INCOME In Midsayap there is no classification of community based on income though Kimagango is one of the biggest barangay in the town. As a whole, Midsayap is classified as a first class municipality.
  14. 14. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 13 of 101 KIMAGANGO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL VISION Kimagango National high School envisions to be a center of quality education promoting holistic transformation of every individual with integrity and cooperation of competent teachers, administrators and staff. MISSION To provide quality and relevant education through a curriculum and updated facilities that enhance intellectual, emotional, cultural, spiritual and ecological awareness for effective and excellent service globally.
  15. 15. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 14 of 101 Kimagango National High School Hymn I Isang bulubunduking bahagi ng Kimagango May paaralang itinayo ng mga tao Mataas na paaralan alay karunungan Tanglaw sa kabataang nangarap sa buhay. II Iba't ibang tribo ang nandito may pagkakaisa sa isip at prinsipyo Guro't magulang ay nagkakaisa Pakikisama'y nakikita Chorus Kimagango High School mahal ka namin Moog ka ng angking tagumpay Hinahangaan ka ng kabataan Mithiing matatamo III Sa paaralang ito, mayaman o mahirap Dito'y nabuo payak na mga pangarap Gabay sa pagtuturo ang mabuting ugali Ito'y di na natin maiwawaksi.
  16. 16. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 15 of 101 B. THE SCHOOL A. HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Kimagango National High School is located in northern part of Midsayap. It is 5 kilometers from the Poblacion. It was bounded in the north by Anonang, in the south by Kiwanan, Upper Bulanan in the east and on the west by Ilbocean and Poblacion 8. The school from the junction is 3.2 kilometers. The means of transportation are tricycle, single motor and multicabs. It has a cemented road which is the highway or national road and the school is 30 meters from the highway. In the 60’s, Dr. Pedro Orata of Pangasinan, spearheaded the movement of making secondary education available in the barangay through the establishment of barangay high school which was formerly known as Barrio High School. With this movement the people of Kimagango through their active leaders come up to make Barangay resolution on the establishment of high school. And so Kimagango High School was established in the year 1967 thru the leadership of Barangay Captain Diego Divinagracia with the District Supervisor Mr. Felipe Zurita. The high school was opened in 1967 with Mr. Manuel T. Calungsod as the first teacher who was as elementary teacher. The school was in the campus of the elementary ground. Kimagango before is a part of crossing Midsayap with Kiwanan. In one of the election campaign, one politician greeted the people KIMAGANGO, meaning the people of Kiwanan and magango. Since then the name Kimagango was used. Kimagango was created as barangay through Executive order No. 66 dated November 25, 1966 and the first Barangay Captain was Sofronio Suganob. As to the present Kimagango National High School has two (2) hectares all purchased by the PTA. It is a rolling place and has a clayish soil.
  17. 17. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 16 of 101 School Heads and their Roles and Accomplishment The principal as the head of the school has the power and supervision through informal and formal supervision to the teachers. Since the school has no head teacher, the principal does all the supervision. The school finds importance for strong linkage among teacher, parents, and stockholders. For the teacher an organization in form of cooperative, the Kimagango Multipurpose Cooperative (KIMPCO) whose motive is mutual helps among the members was created. The importance of the presence of stockholders is recognized by the school. It let the stockholders feel that they are part of the school in which they are to take care all the properties and buildings of the school. They composed the school planning team (SPT). As to the accomplishments, the school head updates the knowledge of the staff teachers thru seminars and conferences and students actively participates in different competitions in which some of the teachers became coaches. As evidence here are some awards the school garnered in some competitions. School Head Designation Accomplishments Segundina A. Zurita Principal-I Opened the High School Employed teachers Erected PTA Bldg. Deployed some elementary teachers to teach some subject areas. Hired 15 teachers and 1 disbursing officer Promoted 4 teachers to MT Evangeline I. Pacumba Principal-I Purchased school site-2 hectares Work for presidential proclamation #82 for the school Follow-up school buildings
  18. 18. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 17 of 101 A scholar of SEAMEO Sent Mr. Juanito Jobiane to Japan for an exchange program Had worked hard for the separation of the high school from the elementary school Had been successful in letting the national government to make the barangay high school be nationalized. Organization of PTCA Creation of Alumni Association Linkage to barangay GU and other government officials for support Sent teachers to conferences and seminars Encourage tree planting Construction of stage Construction of classroom bldgs Acquisition of additional regular teacher items Intensified the implementation of competency based curriculum Encouraged teachers to pursue graduate studies Intensified home visitation Accept the KNHS-Malamote Annex Preciosa G. Caingcoy Principal-I Intensified home visitation Encouraged teachers to pursue graduate studies Construction of rooms Construction of 2bldgs which is 4 classrooms Acquisition of additional regular teacher items for annex school Sent teachers to conferences and seminars Promoted T-1 teachers to MT-1 =2 teachers Promoted T-1 teachers to T-II
  19. 19. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 18 of 101 Promoted 1 T-II to T-III Had worked for the school to be an implementing unit Promoted D.O to Bookkeeper III Conducted observations Proposed a covered court for the school Constructed and completed the covered walk Linkages on stakeholders Additional computers from DTI for students used Had exposed students to an educational tour as well lakbay and for teachers Provide good water system for the students and teachers Suppressed gangsterism in the school.
  20. 20. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 19 of 101 Regional Achievement Test Achievers 1. Christian Catubig Division Level Mural Painting 1. Elvee Marie S. Ferrer 2. Liezl D. Singco Tagisan ngTalino 1. Liezl D. Singco Dance Theater–3rd Place 1. Naryl John J. Sinahan 2. Genezanie C. Ontal 3. Neil A. Gorrer Robotics – 3rd Place 1. Jury A. Olana 1. John Mark H. Ferolino 2. Shyra Mae C. Sacamay 3. Naryl John J. Sinahan 4. Neil A. Gorrero 5. Mark Kenneth Enerlan 6. Jeanebeth B. Sedavia Team Quiz – 6th Place 1. Jeanebeth B. Sedavia 2. Mylene C. Dinopol 3. Sarah Jane B. Lasapin Super Quiz Bee ( Science) – 3rd Place 1. DC Chenne C. Lu Math Olympics – Individual Quiz – 8th Place 1. Danly Jones Belarmino
  21. 21. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 20 of 101 PROVISION OF EQUITABLE ACCESS Enrollment YEAR CY 2008 - 2009 CY 2009 - 2010 CY 2010 -2011 FIRST 202 171 151 SECOND 167 177 167 THIRD 139 151 163 FOURTH 141 117 140 TOTAL 649 616 621 i. As shown in the table our enrollment decreases due to transfer of residence and the opening of the high school annexes .
  22. 22. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 21 of 101 FEEDER AREA/ BARANGAY Kimangago National High School has eight feeder schools namely: Kimagango Central Elementary School, Upper Bulanan Elementary School, Milaya Elementary School, Kimagango Elementary Annex School, Anonang Elementary School partly Ilbocean Elementary School and Lt. Andres Calungsod Elementary School. National High School is 5 ½ kilometers but we are nearer to the newly opened school the Elpidio Sinco High School located at Kiwanan for it is barely 1 ½ kilometers from us. PHYSICAL AND ANCILIARY FACILITIES a. Development Plan ( see development Plan of KNHS) b. No. of Buildings Kimagango National high School has ten (10) buildings. c. No. of Classrooms It has thirteen ( 13) instructional classroom d. No. of Instructional Rooms utilized for other Purposes It has three rooms ( 3 ) used as library, as office and multipurpose room. e. Existing No. of Auxiliary services Actually we have no rooms for auxiliary services
  23. 23. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 22 of 101 LEARNING MATERIALS AND EQUIPMENT Furniture Kimagango National High School has teacher’s table and chairs provided by the teachers themselves. As to arm chair we have enough for the students. On cabinets we have eight (8) steel cabinets, four (4) wooden one and thirteen (13) alivans. Our library is not so spacious but we have one (1) newsstand rack. TEXTBOOKS & TS MANUALS BY YEAR LEVEL ( see textbook inventory) AVAILABLE INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT Our school has one (1) OHP overhead projector and thirteen (13 ) functional computers. We are internet connected. Some teachers use power point presentation in conducting classes. AVAILABLE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS The school has SRA Kit, magazines, CD’s, Maps, Encyclopedias, World Almanac and other reference books.
  24. 24. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 23 of 101 LABORATORY APPARATUS/ EQUIPMENT Kimagango National High School was a recipient of Science Kit from the national. It has some math instrument to be used by students but not enough and complete. In TLE the school has new few equipment. PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Math I T.M. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 2 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 2 Math 3 T. M. 1402 Pcs. No. Value given 3 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 3 English I T. M. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 2 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 4 English 3 T. M. 1401 Pcs. 24.93 3 3 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 5 English 4 T. T. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 2 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 6 Pilipino 2 T. M. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 2 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 7 Pilipino 3 T.M. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 2 2 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 8 Aral. Panlipunan 2 T. M. Asya 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 3 3 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 9 Aral. Panlipunan 3 T.M. Daigdig 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 3 3 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 10 Economiks 2, T. M. 1401 Pcs. No. Value given 3 3 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 11 Aral Panlipunan 4 1401 Pcs. 133.16 4 4 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern
  25. 25. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 24 of 101 12 English Venture 1401 Pcs. 143.42 4 4 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern 13 Englisg 2 1401 Pcs. 30.16 3 3 0 0 Issue to Teacher concern Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity ) Quantity 1 Arm Chairs 2001 Pcs. 350.00 480 283 13 3,500.00 MOOE-PTA-FUND 2 Arm Chairs 2002 Pcs. Div. Issued 100 40 80 0 Iron Case with Plastic Arm 3 Arm Chairs 2003 Pcs. SEDIP 120 120 0 Use Exclusively by Fourth Year 700 643 57
  26. 26. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 25 of 101 Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity ) Quantity 1 16" Olovetti Typewriter 301 Unit 10,000.00 1 1 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 2 24" Remington Type 302 Unit 15,000.00 1 1 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 3 Olympia Typewrited 303 Unit 15,000.00 1 1 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 4 4 -Door Steel Cabinet 401 Unit 4,500.00 1 1 0 0 Distrbuted to Faculty and P.O. 5 3- Door Steel Cabinet 402 Unit 3,500.00 1 1 0 0 Distrbuted to Faculty and P.O. 6 6- Wooden Cabinet 403 Unit 5,000.00 1 1 0 0 Distrbuted to Faculty and P.O. 7 21" Sharp Colored TV 501 Unit 10,000.00 1 1 0 0 Serviceable 8 21" Electown Colored TV 502 Unit 10.000.00 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable
  27. 27. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 26 of 101 9 Minolta Xerox Copier 601 Unit 59,900.00 1 1 0 0 At the Principal Office 10 Sharp Megaoke 701 Unit 7,500.00 1 1 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 11 Audio Comp System 702 Unit 12,000.00 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 12 Compaq W 95 Comp 801 Unit/ Set 60,000.00 5 5 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 13 Acer Windows 98 802 Unit/ Set 50,000.00 2 2 0 0 Unserviceable/Stockroom 14 Intel 266 Comp 803 Unit/ Set Gem Don 8 8 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 15 IBM- Computer 804 Unit/ Set 393,484.00 10 10 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 16 Acer Lap top 805 Unit/ Set 46,000.00 1 1 0 0 MR to D.O. Good Condition 17 Intel AMD Printer 901 Unit Gem Sponsor 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 18 26.6 MB Printer 902 Unit Part of the 393,484 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 19 Cannon Colored Printer 903 Unit Part of the 393,484 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 20 Epson LX 300 904 Unit 6,000.00 1 1 0 0 Returned 21 HP 10 Printer 905 Unit Part of the 393,484 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 22 Epson LQ 906 Unit Part of the 393,484 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 23 HP-37400 907 Unit Part of the 393,484 1 1 0 0 At the Computer Room/Serviceable 24 Epson FX 2175 908 Unit 19,800.00 1 1 0 0 MR to D.O. Good Condition 25 Cannon Colored Printer 909 Unit 46,000.00 1 1 0 0 MR to D.O. Good Condition 26 HP Lap top 910 Unit 27 V Sat set 911 Unit
  28. 28. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 27 of 101 Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity ) Quantity 1 Sala Set 1001 Set 7,500.00 1 1 0 0 At the Principal Office 2 Ceilling Fan 1101 Unit 1,500.00 8 8 8 8 Distributed to the Room/Off 3 Water Dispenser 1201 Unit 9,500.00 1 1 0 0 At the Principal Office 4 20 rattan Chair 1202 Unit 2,000.00 Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  29. 29. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 28 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Flat Iron 8401 Pcs. 598.25 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 2 Glassware Set 8402 Set 1,468.33 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 3 Mix bowl set 8403 Set 315.89 1 1 0 0 Serviceable 4 Bakeware 8404 Set 72,359.18 1 1 0 0 Serviceable 5 Sewing Machine 8405 Set 1,325.66 10 10 0 0 Serviceable 6 Pressure cooker 8406 Set 17,232.12 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 7 Can Sealer 8407 Unit 44,961.49 1 1 0 0 Serviceable 8 Electric Gas Range 8408 Unit 24,476.34 1 1 0 0 Serviceable 9 Blender/Mixer 8409 Set 506.53 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 10 Casserole 8410 Set 5,384.79 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 11 Dinnerware 8411 Set 1,339.08 2 2 0 0 Serviceable 12 Cutting Device 8412 Pcs. 175.18 10 10 0 0 Serviceable 13 Frying Fan 8413 Set 1,713.54 2 2 0 0 Serviceable
  30. 30. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 29 of 101 Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Compass- Black 6201 Pcs. 381.15 4 4 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 2 Protractor Blackboar 6202 Pcs. 237.53 4 4 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 3 Steel Rule Black 6203 Pcs. 171.24 4 4 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 4 Graphing Board 6204 Pcs. 1,869.88 2 2 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 5 Compass, stud 6205 Pcs. 33.14 40 30 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 6 Geoboard Stud 6206 Pcs. 369.08 20 20 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 7 Trian Set Black 6207 Pcs. 489.54 1 1 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 8 Stop watch 6208 Pcs. 1,144.85 3 1 2 2,289.69 Math Room / Serviceable 9 Solid Geom Mo 6209 Pcs. 792.22 10 10 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable
  31. 31. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 30 of 101 10 Area and Volume Pcs. Math Room / Serviceable Expan Model 6210 Pcs. 1,430.72 10 10 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 11 Dissetable Pcs. Math Room / Serviceable Dec. Cube Set 6211 Pcs. 475.08 10 10 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable 12 Liter Set 6212 Pcs. 129.82 40 40 0 0 Math Room / Serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity ) Quantity 1 Aneroid Barom 5201 Pcs 375.73 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable
  32. 32. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 31 of 101 2 Beaker, Low Fo 5202 Pcs 87.23 9 9 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 3 Grad. Cyl, Plastic 5203 Pcs 29.27 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 4 Hand Lens 5204 Pcs 72.91 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 5 Rain Gauge 5205 Pcs 455.73 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 6 Therm Alc 10 Pcs Labn. Room Serviceable 110w. Iron sta 5206 Pcs 40.33 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 7 Stop Watch 5207 Pcs 1,421.33 5 5 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 8 Platform Balance 5208 Pcs 2,399.63 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 9 Terestial Globe 5209 Pcs 1,457.73 1 1 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 10 Lab App Rep K 5210 Pcs 1,214.73 1 1 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 11 Seismograph M 5211 Pcs 807.64 1 1 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 12 Arem w/vain 5212 Pcs 3,936.40 1 1 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 13 Pully Set 5213 Pcs 72.91 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable 14 Mag Compass 5214 Pcs 18.23 8 8 0 0 Labn. Room Serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  33. 33. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 32 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Therm ( Alc10 ) 4301 Pcs. 43.33 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 2 Test Tube 15ml 4302 Pcs. 13.81 24 24 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 3 Test Tube 25ml 4303 Pcs. 22.09 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 4 Test Tube Rack 4304 Pcs. 16.02 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 5 Test Tube Holder 4305 Pcs. 72.92 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 6 Iron Stand W/B 4306 Pcs. 286.14 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 7 Wire Gauze 4307 Pcs. 16.02 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 8 Stir Rod 4308 Pcs. 46.84 5 5 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 9 Beaker 250 ml 4309 Pcs. 95.01 9 7 2 190.02 Lab Room serviceable 10 Beaker 500 ml 4310 Pcs. 141.97 9 9 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 11 Evap Dish 4311 Pcs. 40.33 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 12 Elec. Apparatus 4312 Pcs. 1,056.74 8 7 1 1,056.74 Lab Room serviceable 13 Cork Borer 4313 Pcs. 95.01 4 4 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 14 Mortar & Pistle 4314 Pcs. 127.6 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 15 Reaq Bot 250 4315 Pcs. 54.69 10 10 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 16 Cork 4316 Pcs. 13.81 10 10 0 0 Lab Room serviceable
  34. 34. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 33 of 101 17 Ernm Flak 4317 Pcs. 105.51 16 16 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 18 Cal ( Dewer Flask ) 4318 Pcs. 328.81 2 2 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 19 PH Meter 4319 Pcs. 2,551.54 1 0 1 2,551.54 Lab Room serviceable 20 Therm 10-250 4320 Pcs. 69.05 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 21 Ut. L Clamp 4321 Pcs. 214.83 4 4 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 22 Rubb Glass Tube 4322 Pcs. 486.11 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 23 Florence Flask 4323 Pcs. 106.38 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 24 Spatula 4324 Pcs. 61.83 8 8 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 25 Univ Clamp 4325 Pcs. 309.9 2 2 0 0 Lab Room serviceable 26 Alc Burner 4326 Pcs. 58.55 8 7 1 58.65 Lab Room serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Nmae of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity Quantity
  35. 35. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 34 of 101 ) 1 Arc Welder 3201 Unit 49,979.34 2 2 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 2 Bar Clamp 3202 Pcs. 468.99 10 10 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 3 Brace Hand 3203 Pcs. 361.27 5 5 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 4 Center Punch 3204 Set 40.88 10 10 0 163.51 Stockroom / Serviceable 5 Cold Chissel 3205 Set 92.8 20 18 2 185.6 Stockroom / Serviceable 6 Wood Chissel 3206 Set 180.63 19 8 11 1,986.99 Stockroom / Serviceable 7 Comb. Square 3207 Set 237.53 10 10 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 8 C Clamp 3208 Pcs. 372.87 10 10 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 9 Drill Hand 3209 Pcs. 154.67 10 10 0 0 Stockroom / Serviceable 10 Grinder, Bench 3210 Pcs. 1,237.09 5 5 0 0 2 were destroyed 11 Hammer, Ball 3211 Pcs. 42.53 20 14 6 255..21 Stockroom / Serviceable 12 Hammer, Claw 3212 Pcs. 47 18 8 10 470.05 destroyed 13 Hammer, Cross 3213 Pcs. 54.13 16 9 7 378.84 Stockroom / Serviceable 14 Marking Guage 3214 Pcs. 84.51 10 9 1 34.51 Stockroom / Serviceable 15 Plane Jack 3215 Pcs. 101.09 10 8 2 202.18 Stockroom / Serviceable 16 Plane , Smooth 3216 Pcs. 182.84 10 9 1 182.84 Stockroom / Serviceable 17 Plier, Diag Cutt 3217 Pcs. 133.68 20 15 5 162.95 Stockroom / Serviceable 18 Plier, Vise Grip 3218 Pcs. 67.76 10 7 3 203.33 Stockroom / Serviceable 19 Rule, Folding 3219 Pcs. 18.05 4 1 3 18.05 Stockroom / Serviceable 20 Rule , Steel 3220 Pcs. 55.78 10 7 3 167.36 Stockroom / Serviceable 21 Tape Rule Set 3221 Pcs. 142.52 10 5 5 712.6 Stockroom / Serviceable 22 Saw, Cross Cut 3223 Pcs. 69.9 3 1 2 139.8 destroyed Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  36. 36. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 35 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 23 Hack Saw 3224 Pcs. 50.82 20 9 11 659.03 10 destroyed 24 Saw Rip 3225 Pcs. 122.73 10 15 5 559.03 Stockroom/ Serviceable 25 Screw Driver PH 3226 Set 87.83 20 13 7 614.82 Stockroom/ Serviceable 26 Screw Driver St 3227 Set 74.57 20 18 2 149.15 Stockroom/ Serviceable 27 Soldering Gun 3228 Pcs. 159.64 10 10 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 28 Stocvk and Die 3229 Pcs. 1,824.02 20 20 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 29 Tin Snip 3230 Pcs. 78.44 10 10 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 30 Try Square 3231 Pcs. 31.48 10 7 3 94.46 destroyed 31 Utility Tester 3232 Pcs. 600.27 20 17 3 1,800.81 Stockroom/ Serviceable 32 Vise, Machine 3233 Pcs. 64.35 10 10 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 33 Vise, Pipe 3234 Pcs. 127.99 20 20 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 34 Wire Striper & Cutter 3235 Pcs. 53.03 10 10 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable 35 Wrench, Pipe 3236 Pcs. 203.28 20 20 0 0 Stockroom/ Serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  37. 37. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 36 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value (Quantity ) Quantity 1 Beaker 250 ml 7301 Pcs. No price on File 9 9 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 2 Beaker 500 ml 7302 Pcs. No price on File 9 9 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 3 Electro Gold L 7303 Pcs. No price on File 2 2 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 4 Free Fall App 7304 Pcs. No price on File 4 4 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 5 Funel Set Filter 7305 Pcs. No price on File 7 7 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 6 Generator Mod 7306 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 7 Grad. Cyl 10 ml 7307 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 8 Grad. Cyl 100 ml 7308 Pcs. No price on File 80 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 9 Iron Filling 7309 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 10 Log Gates Circ 7310 Pcs. No price on File 8 80 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 11 Mag Compass 7311 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 12 Meter Stick 7312 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 13 Prism 7313 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 14 Pulley 7314 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 15 Ripple Tank 7315 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 16 Soft Spring 7316 Pcs. No price on File 16 16 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 17 Spiral Spring 7317 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable
  38. 38. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 37 of 101 18 Stop Watch 7318 Pcs. No price on File 5 5 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 19 Therm 10-25 7319 Pcs. No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 20 Trans. Radio 7320 Pcs. No price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 21 Tri. Beam Balance 7321 Pcs. No price on File 9 9 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 22 Tuning Force S 7322 Set No price on File 2 2 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 23 Dem Lense S 7323 Set No price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 24 Acc Rec T 7324 Set No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 25 Dynamic Cart 7325 Set No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable 26 Multi- Tester Cig 7326 Set No price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab. Room Serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity
  39. 39. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 38 of 101 27 Reasonance App 7328 Pcs. No Price on File 2 2 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 28 Biconvex-Conc 7329 Pcs. No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 29 Platform Balance 7330 Unit No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 30 Magnetic Bar 7331 Pcs. No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 31 Magnet U shape Chrome S 7332 Pcs. No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 32 Concave-Convex Mirror 7333 Pcs. No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable 33 Incan Optical Light Source 7334 Pcs. No Price on File 8 8 0 No Price on File Lab Room Serviceable Certitfied Corect Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Component Microscope 8301 unit Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 2 Dissecting Set 8302 Set Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable
  40. 40. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 39 of 101 3 Cover Glass 8303 Exs Not on File 2 2 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 4 Glass Slide 8304 Exs Not on File 2 2 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 5 Graduated Cyl 50 ml 8305 Exs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 6 Graduated Cyl 100 ml 8306 Pcs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 7 Therm Lab Alc 8307 Pcs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 8 Test Tube 15 ml 8308 Pcs Not on File 24 24 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 9 Evap. Dish 75 ml 8309 Pcs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 10 Mort. And Pistle 8310 Pcs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 11 Petr. Dish 15x 8311 Pcs Not on File 8 8 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 12 Beaker 250 ml 8312 Pcs Not on File 9 9 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 13 Beaker 500 ml 8313 Pcs Not on File 9 9 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 14 Beaker 1000 ml 8314 Pcs Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 15 DNA Model Act 8315 Set Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 16 Plant and An CellAct. Set 8316 Set Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 17 Mitosis Model Act. Set 8317 Set Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 18 Mitosis Model Act. Set 8318 Set Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 19 Human Anatomy Chart 8319 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 20 Skeletal Sys 8320 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 21 Mascular Sys 8321 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 22 Digestive Sys 8322 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 23 Resp. Sys 8323 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 24 Reproductive Sys 8324 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 25 Excretory Sys 8325 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable 26 Circulatory Sys 8326 Pcs. Not on File 1 1 0 0 Lab room/ Serviceable Prepared by: Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  41. 41. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 40 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 27 Nervous System 8320 Set No Price on File 6 7 8 9 Lab Room/ Serviceable 28 Chart Showing the ff. 8321 No Price on File Lab Room/ Serviceable 29 Dev. Of Embryo 8321-A Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 30 Mendels Law 8321-B Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 31 Gene Map of Human Body 8321-C Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 32 Food Pyr Chart 8321-D Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 33 Life Cylce of a Moss Plant 8321-E Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 34 Flowers and Seed 8312-F Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 35 Structure Chart 8321-G Set No Price on File 1 1 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable 36 Hand Lense 8312-H Set No Price on File 8 8 0 0 Lab Room/ Serviceable Prepared by: Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  42. 42. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 41 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 English 1- SEDP 2401 Pcs No Value given 389 347 42 Issued to students 2 English 2-SEDP 2402 Pcs No Value given 324 314 10 Issued to students 3 English 3 4203 Pcs No Value given 313 283 30 Issued to students 4 Better Communication 2404 Pcs No Value given 202 190 12 Issued to students 5 G. Pampanitikan 2405 Pcs No Value given 389 355 34 Issued to students 6 Timbukto 2406 Pcs No Value given 324 314 10 Issued to students 7 Dagitab 2407 Pcs No Value given 313 291 22 Issued to students 8 Wika at Panitikan 2408 Pcs No Value given 202 161 11 Issued to students 9 Aral Pan I 2409 Pcs No Value given 389 354 35 Issued to students 10 Aral Pan 3 2410 Pcs No Value given 313 280 33 Issued to students 11 Aral Pan I ( SEDP ) 2411 Pcs 41.74 327 327 0 0 Issued to students 12 English Venture 1 2412 Pcs 42.42 327 327 0 0 Issued to students 13 English 2- 2413 Pcs 30.02 290 290 0 0 Issued to students 14 English 3 2414 Pcs 48.92 263 263 0 0 Issued to students 15 English 4 2415 Pcs 44.03 245 245 0 0 Issued to students
  43. 43. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 42 of 101 PHYSICAL INVENTORY FOR TEACHERS MANUAL Type of Property, Plant and Equipment For which, PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY, P-I, KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL is Accountable, having such accountability on April 10,2010 ( Name of Accountable Office ) ( Official Designation ) ( Agency/ Office ) ( Date of Assumption ) Unit Unit Balance On Hand SHORTAGE/OVERTAGE Remarks Article Description Stock Number of Measure Value per Card per Count Quantity Value Quantity Quantity 1 Elementary Algebra 43014 31.58 180 2 Advance Trigonometry and Stat 40981 46.73 119 3 Intermediate Algebra 39012 35.91 184 4 Geometry 39012 42.3 153 5 Music and Arts III TX 17980 34.34 72 6 Music and Arts III TM 17980 27.34 3 7 Music and Arts III TX 17979 34.34 142 8 Music and Arts III TM 17979 27.4 4 9 Science and Technology II TX 6080 57.39 175 10 Science and Technology II TG 6080 28.01 5 11 Science and Technology II TX 6080 68.06 144 12 Science and Technology II TG 6080 38.27 4 Prepared by: Approved ENRIQUE P. GORNIZ PRECIOSA G. CAINGCOY Property Custodian Principal
  44. 44. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 43 of 101 PERFORMANCE INDICATOR INDICATOR SY 2008 - 2009 SY 2009 - 2010 SY 2010 - 2011 Drop – out Rate Number of drop – out Number of enrollment 9.24% 2.27% 4.83% Completion Rate Number of graduates Number of enrollment 19.87% 18.34% 20.93% Survival Rate 4th year enrollment Ist year enrolment ( 3 years ago) 67.89% 61.90% 73.68% Graduation Rate Number of Graduates Number of 4th year 91.48% 96.58% 92.85%
  45. 45. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 44 of 101 QUALITY AND RELEVANCE OF SECONDARY EDUCATION Student Profile SY 2010 – 2011 (Current) Year Level Male Female Total Ist year 77 74 151 2nd year 71 96 167 3rd year 89 74 163 4th year 64 76 140 TOTAL 301 320 621
  46. 46. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 45 of 101 SCHOOL AGE POPULATION SECONDARY AGE PROFILE 1st Year 2nd Year 3rd Year 4th Year TOTAL AGE Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female 10 and below 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12 12 23 1 0 0 0 0 0 13 23 13 29 32 26 42 0 1 0 0 55 75 14 18 10 23 29 19 21 1 0 61 60 15 9 3 4 17 32 37 15 30 60 87 16 4 6 6 6 19 10 21 26 50 50 17 1 0 5 2 7 3 8 8 21 13 18 4 0 4 0 9 1 9 6 26 7 19 0 0 2 0 3 1 8 3 13 4 20 and Above 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 TOTAL 77 74 71 96 89 74 64 74 301 320
  47. 47. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 46 of 101 ORGANIZATION OF THE CURRICULUM & TIME ALLOTMENT KIMAGANGO HIGH SCHOOL USED THE RESTRUCTED BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM (RBEC) WITH THE FOLLOWING NUMBER OF HOURS PER WEEK AND UNIT CREDITS. BEC The 2003 Curriculum or (BEC) for formal basic education aims at raising the quality of the Filipino learners and graduates and empowering them for lifelong learning which requires attainment of functional literacy. To decongest the curriculum and makes easier for teachers and learners to contextualize it, the DepEd has reconstructed the curriculum into five (5) learning areas, namely Filipino, English, Math, Science, and Makabayan with stronger integration of competencies within across these learning areas. The Department of Education (DepEd) adopts the Basic Education of this Curriculum (BEC) Reform for Implementation of this curriculum on the Elementary and Secondary Schools. This new curriculum is designed to make curricular reform, the Philosophy any features of BEC, its contextual framework and parameters, the learning areas and scope, the support system monitoring and evaluation components. In the evaluation and monitoring components, the DepEd had issues some guidelines in the assessment and reporting of students’ progress. 1. Grades shall be computed on the basis of any transmutation table that equates zero to a pre-selected base (such as 50 or 70 %) and adjust other school accordingly.
  48. 48. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 47 of 101 2. Grades shall not be based on assessment that covers the range of learning competencies specified the Philippine Elementary Learning Competencies (PELC) and Philippine Secondary Schools learning Competencies (PSSLC). The test shall be designed as follows:  60% ----easy items focused on basic content and skills expected of a student in each grade or year level.  30%----medium level items focused on higher level skills  10%----difficult items on desirable contents or skills that aim to distinguish the task learners. Time Allotment by Subject Area Learning Areas Minutes/ Week Minutes/ Week Units Units I-III Years IV Year English 300 300 1.5 1.5 Filipino 240 240 1.2 1.2 Mathematics 300 300 1.5 1.5 Science 360 360 1.8 1.8 Makabayan Araling Panglipunan 240 240 1.2 1.2 Tech. & L E 240 240 1.2 1.2 Mapeh 240 240 1.2 1.2 Eduk. Pagpapahalaga I -120 III - 180 180 I – 0.6 III – 0.9 0.9
  49. 49. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 48 of 101 SPECIAL PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS The school has followed the enhanced TLE Curriculum the Career Pathway this year. It offers computer starting from first year and culinary too. The guidance counselor keeps on tracking students who have difficulties in their studies. It includes DORP implementation programs geared to reduce drop-out rate. Students records are kept to trace their backgrounds and conducts counseling. INTERVENTIONS Kimagango National High School caters student who live a little bit far from the school. Some of our students will be absent from classes. When they have four (4) absences the advisers usually conduct home visitation to find out the cause of their absences. Every teacher here in the school has sponsored one or more students to help them be in school. Other civic minded persons in the locality have adopted – a – student too.
  50. 50. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 49 of 101 SCHOOL MANAGEMENT School Management is a vital role for the school head for an effective school. The effective administrator works with others to create learning environment that address he needs of learners and teachers. The administrator facilitates the development of a shared mission and vision, demonstrates an understanding of the importance of mission and vision, based on a well developed philosophy and develops a collaborative vision that provides directions for the school. He recognizes that students learning must be the focus of all school programs and activities. The administrator will encourage and use a variety of strategies to assess learners’ performances accurately, apply current principles, practices and research to foster effective teaching. He will assist teachers to develop inquiry based teaching, practices and will inspire them and make significant changes. The school head will encourage and assist staff to be effective in the subject areas they teach and impose discipline. He will use a broad and current knowledge of instructional trends to involve staff in the curriculum planning and program improvement based on the vision, goals and needs of school, district and community.
  51. 51. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 50 of 101 PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS THE DIAGRAM OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PROCESS The school head had organized different committees to look into different improvement in the school be physical or academic. Observations both formal and informal to be done to make school MPS improve. Principal Teacher Different School Committee Teachers Stakeholders Students
  52. 52. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 51 of 101 THE FUNCTIONS OF THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE The school through its principal created a Planning and Development Committee. This committee is in charge of formulating future plans for the improvement of the school by receiving comments and suggestions from the teachers, parents and principal, the students and other agencies. This committee will determine the priority needs of the school whether its physical facilities or the needs of the students and teachers to promote better learning that must take place in the school. After the thorough planning, the committee will give its formulated plans to the administrator which in turn will submit it to the concerned authority such as the School Division Superintendent, the Department of Public Highways, the Mayor and all other agencies concerned. This committee also suggest the lay outs of the future buildings. It is also in-charge of planning for additional programs. Monthly programs such as Nutrition Month, Linggo Ng Wika, United Nations Day, Miscellany highlights and other school activities will be among their concerns.
  53. 53. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 52 of 101 ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE AND STAFFING Organizational Structure School Level Principal Teacher Disbursing Officer Guidance Counselor Bookkeeper Student
  54. 54. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 53 of 101 A. PLANNING COMMITTEE Chairman: Principal Members: Master Teacher/ Teachers B. CLEANLINESS AND BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE This committee takes charge in the maintenance of cleanliness and beautification of the school campus and its surroundings. It will guide on the proper disposal of garbage. C. DISCIPLINE COMMITTEE It takes charge on the problem involving discipline inside and outside of the campus. This committee recommends disciplinary actions to be imposed to the students. It has close coordination with the guidance on matters of student behavior. D. PHYSICAL FACILITIES COMMITTEE This committee conducts continuous check-up on the status of all facilities of the school. E. STUDENTS AFFAIRS COMMITTEE F. CURRICULAR AND CO-CORRICULAR ORGANIZATIONS This committee is in charge primarily on the activities undertaken by the Students Body Organizations and other student organizations. G. SPORTS, CULTURAL AFFAIRS AND SCOUTING COMMITTEE This committee is in charge on sports, cultural affairs and scouting as part of students’ personal development as well as exhibition of their relationship among others in school. The committee also plans for the Boy & Girl scouts activities. H. KILL DROGA EDUCATION PROGRAM This committee takes charge on the activities related to drugs. The Non- Governmental organization (NGO) conducts symposium and conference and the school is one of the venue. I. RANKING COMMITTEE This committee is in charge in the ranking of teachers applicants and promotion of teachers Kimagango National High School had different clubs. It has the mathematics club, Filipino club, Science Club, Araling Panlipunan Club, English Club and SSG.
  55. 55. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 54 of 101 SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES EMIS The school has a system of gathering data from Module 1 to 8 and BEIS. MODULE I – STUDENTS MIS a. Current enrollment by year and by sex b. Previous enrolment by year and by sex c. Enrollment by age and by sex d. Projected enrollment MODULE II – PERSONNEL MIS a. Number of teaching teachers by sex and by specialization b. Number of Non – teaching personnel by sex c. Number of teachers by educational qualification d. Number of teacher by eligibility e. Training needs of teacher f. Qualification standards g. Record of recipient scholarship h. Vacancies MODULE III – CURRICULUM MIS a. Number of textbook by subject b year level. b. Number of teachers guide and manuals c. Philippine secondary school learning competencies d. Schedule of classes
  56. 56. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 55 of 101 e. Supplementary materials f. Testing instrument MODULE IV – LEGISLATION AND CONTROL MIS a. Letters received and send b. Memoranda c. Orders d. Bulletins e. Ordinances f. Republic acts g. Resolutions h. Circulars MODULE 5 – PYSICAL FACILITIES MIS a. Status of Area b. Record of Buildings c. List of Equipment MODULE 6 – FINANCE MIS a. Plantilla Personnel b. BP 207 c. SEF Budget d. Financial Report of income generating Projects MODULE 7 – COMMUNITY EXTENSION MIS a. Purok assignment b. Community programs c. PTCA reports d. Scouting report
  57. 57. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 56 of 101 MODULE 8 – PLANNING RESEARCH AND EVALUATION MIS a. Survey, studies research b. School action plan c. Performance indicator d. Annual & quarterly reports e. Special Reports f. Narrative reports g. Action plan h. Supervisory Reports
  58. 58. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 57 of 101 MONITORING AND EVALUATION The principal makes a regular observation of the teachers to monitor and evaluate their performances. The supervisory Reports of the school head are documents showing the instructional supervision done by the school head. On the other hand, the students had 4 periodic evaluations which include their written examination, their class participation, their projects and other outputs and their quizzes. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND ALLOCATION - School Operating Budget (PS & MOOE) - ( see attachment) REWARDS / INCENTIVES Teachers who were performing well in their job will be rated outstanding on very satisfactory in their Performance Appraisal System as rewards for a job well done. Students who are performing well in class will receive certificate of merit and medals every recognition day. COMMUNICATION
  59. 59. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 58 of 101 LEADERSHIP Administrative The principal is directly the administrator of the school with the help of the teachers and support staff. She oversees the maintenance of the physical facilities of the school. Academic (Instructional) The principal as the head of the school has the administrative power and supervision through informal as well as formal supervision to her teachers. Since the school has no head teacher, the principal does all the supervisions. The school head makes the supervisory plan to be done all year round at least five (5) teachers a month, and does the assessment after formal observations all year round too. The school gives importance to strong linkages among the stakeholders, administration, teachers and the parents. Linkages/ networks the school finds strong linkages among administration, teacher parents, students and stakeholders. The faculty club was organized the PTA and the different committee of the school was formed too. This is to ensure strong relationship be built among the aforesaid people.
  60. 60. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 59 of 101 MANAGEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS Kimagango National High School recognized the importance of the presence of the stakeholders. The LGU, Barangay Council, PTA and NGO commit to support the school The Present PTA Officers President Mr. Elden Magallanes Vice President Mrs. Sherwin Saromines Secretary Mrs. Venancia Lu Treasurer Mrs. Estrella Manulat Auditor Mr, Reynaldo Cabang P.I.O Mr. Allan Amante BOD’s 1. Mr. Tobias Sedavia 2. Mr. Divino dela Torre 3. Mr. Jurcel Wacan 4. Mrs. Elvinia Candidier 5. Mr. Cornelio Catulong 6. Mr. Deogracia Cadungog 7. Mrs. Magdalena Navarro 8. Mr. Enrique Gorniz 9. Mr. Narciso Sinahan Besides the LGU and PTA, Kimagango National High School has been involved in Adolescent Reproductive Health (ARH) which renders symposium to students on reproductive health. The coordinator of ARH called for seminars to campus advisers and to selected students. All activities are stated in the calendar of activities all year round and important announcements during flag ceremony and flag retreat and through letter send to the teachers.
  61. 61. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 60 of 101 ANCILLARY SERVICES DELIVERY a. Guidance and Counseling There is one teacher assigned to cater the needs of the students who have problems. Mr. Danilo Belarmino does the work of being guidance and counselor to the students’ populace of the school. This is a bulk of work to him however the school can’t provide counselor for it was erased in our plantilla that Guidance Counselor III. b. Library The school has a room as our library with a designate librarian, since the school has no item position for librarian. The designate librarian takes charge of the records of the textbook and distribute textbook to students. The student’s identification card served as their borrower’s card. Most of the students used the library during vacant time, noontime and after flag retreat. The new institutional fee is collected to augment the funds for the library. c. Bookkeeper The school has fiscal autonomy on MOOE. Hence, during this year the administrator would designate a teacher as bookkeeper for we have one senior bookkeeper item and a disbursing officer item.
  62. 62. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 61 of 101 d. Supply Officer An institution has many things to u kept. A designate supply officer does the work to keep up the physical plant and receive anything high officer for the school. e. Discipline Kimangago National High School has a designate clean of discipline to assist students who has behavioral problem. This teacher checks out the behavioral problems that is possess by some students. In cases where the offenses too grave a committee will decide sanctions as known and written in the policy of the school. The school policy is the guide for sanctions on different offense. The committee is composed of the first section advisers, SSG president and the Dean of Discipline as the chairperson.
  63. 63. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 62 of 101 SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS A. Analysis of access to Basic Education Enrollment 0 50 100 150 200 250 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 As shown in the table our enrollment is fluctuating due to transfer of residence and the opening of nearby high schools.
  64. 64. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 63 of 101 1. Performance Indicator Drop-out Rate 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
  65. 65. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 64 of 101 Completion Rate 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
  66. 66. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 65 of 101 Survival Rate 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011
  67. 67. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 66 of 101 Graduation Rate 2008-2009 2009-2010 2010-2011 The table shows that there is fluctuating in percentage. This connotes that the populace has no stable residence and always seek greener Pasteur. Economic status of the people plays an important factor too. And some parents are discouraged on the achievement of their children so they are disinterested to let them be in school plus the influence of the advancement in technology.
  68. 68. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 67 of 101 PHYSICAL AND ANCILLARY SERVICES The physical and ancillary services are rendered by the teachers and staff of the school. This is done due to the non-implementation of the correct pattern. Even if this is assign to the teachers and staff, the services rendered are good. As to the learning materials the school has quite enough. Some books in the MAPEH, TLE and values are insufficient. The students of Kimagango National High School belong commonly to the poor families. They come from different barangays and different tribes. Though they are quite far from the school, they want to earn knowledge thus they come to school to attend regular classes. As to their performance they are not log behind from other schools. They show up in different competitions held whether it maybe in school, district or division level. They have books to be read and the library has also reference books for them to research. The school follows the curriculum prescribed by the Department of Education so with the time allotment per subject areas. It follows to the enhanced TLE curriculum the Career Pathway Starting this year. It offers computer and culinary from first year. ANALYSIS OF THE MANAGEMENT OF THE SCHOOL The principal as the school heads manages the school and its activities. Hence different committees were formed and assign as a chairman for every committee so as to run the school and its activities smoothly. As to mobilization of financial resources the school is lucky to be an implementing unit for we have the bookkeeper and disbursing officer. The school head conducts formal and informal observations. She sees to it that all teachers and rendering their services well and good. Students should have increased their MPS. Establishment of rapport be exercised to ha
  69. 69. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 68 of 101 SWOT ANALYSIS STRENGTHS WEAKNESS OPPORTUNITY THREATS Titled School site 20% Fencing completed 100% Water System Enough potable water supply Sufficient Electricity 1:1 Student Textbook Ratio 1:1 Student Armchair Ratio Painted and Structured Classroom 1 out 20 Teachers are ICT literature 30% Teachers are with MA Units School Head with Ma Units on Guidance Counseling Intensive Homeroom Guidance Lack of Sports Facilities Poor Drainage Performance below mastery level (42.9%) Inadequate attendance of students toward review No Digital Camera, LCD Projector High (3%) Drop-out rate Tardiness, absenteeism, cutting classes Complacency/ laziness Needs public address Unfinished Fence 2 Dilapidated PTA building Supportive Community and Barangay Officials Strong Linkages with LGU LGU Scholarship Program Presence of Internet Connection Projects through Linkages with LGU, Congressman and Alumni Participate Religious Activities Performance Award Gambling Smoking Recreation Centers, Billiard Hall, Video Failing Health Early Marriage Illegal Drugs Stray Animals
  70. 70. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 69 of 101 Program Ongoing construction covered pathway Teachers are open minded Implementing unit Recipient of SEDIR building 15 Active SSG Officers Annual Recognize students in academic and sports Teachers are send in various seminar Canteen INSET for Teachers Supportive PTA and Alumni Regular classroom Instructional Supervision Observed COP Teacher with 3-4 presentations No visual room Teacher teaching non-major subject Covered pathways to be completed Improper disposal of garbage No school clinic, Guidance Office, Speech laboratory Uncollected school fee Unstable economic status Inadequate computers Administrative Staff Inadequate toilet bowls No covered court Has no Feeding Program
  71. 71. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 70 of 101 Conducts Pretest and Post Test Catch-up Plan for NAT Examinations With internet connection ACCESS 1.1 Student Armchair Ratio No Digital Camera, LCD Projector 1.1 Student Textbook Ratio No school Clinic, Guidance Office, CAT Office, SSG Office TLE Room, Visual Room, Speech Laboratory & Library Building needs Repair and Painting Painted and structures Classroom Dilapidated PTA Building Sufficient Electricity Enough Portable Water Supplies Presidential Proclamation on school Site Insufficient sports facilities 100% Water System
  72. 72. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 71 of 101 Needs Classroom Toilet and Public Toilet With MOOE Allotment QUALITY AND RELEVANCE ;30% Teachers are with MA Units Insufficient training on Ubd Active SSG Officers Intensive Homeroom Guidance Program Catch- up plan for NAT Examination Performance below mastery level 42.9% Competitive Students in academic and sports Presence of Gangs Gambling Recreation centers like Billiard Hall, Video-K Tardiness, absenteeism, cutting classes Resourceful and open minded teachers High drop-out rate School Head with MA on Guidance and Counseling Indifferent Attitude of students towards review Smoking INSET for Teachers Teachers are ICT literate Some teachers teaching non- major subject
  73. 73. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 72 of 101 Teacher with 3-4 preparations Training and professional growth of teachers LEADERSHIP MANAGEMENT Covered pathways to be completed Sets scholarship Uncollected school fees Recognize students in academic and sports Seek financial assistance from LGU on projects Reduced contact time due to activities Canteen Regular classroom Instructional Supervision Improper disposal of garbage Reports submitted LGU scholarship Program Send teachers in various seminars Needs administrative staff Strong linkage with LGU Observed CUP Supportive community and Barangay Officials Supportive PTA and Alumni
  74. 74. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 73 of 101 MATAAS NA PAARALAN NG KIMAGANGO FIVE-YEAR WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN MATRIX CY 2011 - 2015 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS , PROJECTS, ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TARGET / TIME LINE AMOUNTS & TARGET SOURCE OF FUNDSTOTAL HUMAN EQUIPMENT 2 0 1 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 3 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 MOOE PTA L G U OTHERS Lead Support
  75. 75. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 74 of 101 1. ACCESS To increase enrolment from 580 to 600 plus and a drop- out rate from 4.5 % to 1 % from 2011 – 2015 1.1 Physical Facilities SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Landscape a. Kimagango HS Covered Pathways principal TLE Teachers Cons. Mat. Com plete 90,000.00 2,000.00 92,000.00 b. Main Gate PPC. D.O TLE Teachers Cons. Mat. 1 5,000.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 c. Administrative Office principal TLE Teachers Cons. Mat. 1 5,000.00 1,000.00 6,000.00 d. Flower Boxes Classroom TLE Cons. 1 5,000.00 1,000.00 6,000.00
  76. 76. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 75 of 101 advisers Teachers Mat. e. Science Garden Sci. Coor TLE Teachers Cons. Mat. 1 PRIORITY IMPROVE- MENT AREAS PROGRAMS , PROJECTS, ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TARGET / TIME LINE AMOUNTS & TARGET SOURCE OF FUNDS TOTAL HUMAN EQUIPMENT 2 0 1 1 2 0 1 2 2 0 1 3 2 0 1 4 2 0 1 5 MOOE PTA LGU IGP OTHERS Lead Support 1.1 Physical Facilities CLASSROOM Minor Repair
  77. 77. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 76 of 101 WILL BE REPAIRED AND REPAINTED a. Cl as sr oo m Physical Plant Coordinator (PPC) Supply Officer (SO) Cons. Mat. 1 1 1 1 1 50,000.00 50,000.00 b. 1 Lib rar y Ro o m PPC SO Cons. Mat. 1 10,000.00 1,000.00 11,000.00 c. 1 La bo rat or y Ro o m PPC SO Cons. Mat. 1 10,000.00 10,000.00
  78. 78. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 77 of 101 d. 1 Co m pu ter Ro o m PPC SO Cons. Mat. 1 10,000.00 10,000.00 Painting a. 1 Lib rar y Ro o m PPC SO Painting Mat. 1 1 1 1 1 25,000.00 10,000.0 0 35,000.00 b. 1 La bo rat or y PPC SO Painting Mat. 1 5,0000.00 2,000.00 7,000.00
  79. 79. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 78 of 101 Ro o m c. 1 Co m pu ter Ro o m PPC SO Painting Mat. 1 5,000.00 2,000.00 7,000.00 OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS , PROJECTS, ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TARGET / TIME LINE AMOUNTS AND TARGET SOURCE OF FUND TOTAL HUMAN EQUIPMENT 2 0 1 2 0 1 2 2 0 0 1 1 2 0 1
  80. 80. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 79 of 101 1 2 3 4 5 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS Lead Support 1.1 Physical Facilities SETS OF SCHOOL FURNITURES WILL BE PURCHASED PROCUREMENT 1. 1 Steel Cabinet SO DO Supplies 1 7,000.00 7,000.00 2. 1 Corner Set SO DO Supplies 1 10,000.00 10,000.00 3. 1 Conference Table SO DO Supplies 1 6,000.00 6,000.00 4. Conference Chairs SO DO Supplies 1 3,000.00 3,000.00 5. 1 Plastic SO DO Supplies 1 2,000.00 2,000.00
  81. 81. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 80 of 101 Cabinet CONSTRUCTION 1. Covered Pathways PPC SO Cons. Mat. 90,000.00 2,000.00 92,000.00 2. Covered Court PPC DO/PTA Cons. Mat. 100,000.00 200,000.00 150,000.00 2.1 million 2.5 million INSTITUTIONALIZED DEPED PROGRAMS A. BrigadaEskwel a Principal TeachersSupplies 1 1 1 1 1 10,000.00 1,000.00 11,000.00 B. GulayansaPaar alan TLE Coor. TeachersSupplies 1 1 1 1 1 5,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 C. Tree Planting Teacher SSG, Students Seedlings 1 1 1 1 1 5,000.00 5,000.00 10,000.00 D. Summer Reading Camp Principal TeachersSupplies 1 1 1 1 1 10,000.00 5,000.00 2,000.00 17,000.00
  82. 82. School Improvement Plan - Kimagango High School 2011-2015 All that we are now is the result of what we have thought. Page 81 of 101 CORE VALUES
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