Joy Marie D. Blasco
School and community are the mainsprings of effective
and powerful forces that can create a wholesome climate
for mutual gains and betterment.
THE TEACHERS, PARENTS AND THE
* Parents are the first teachers in the
home. They are responsible for the
development of values, attitudes and
* Teachers in the school continue to enrich
the students’ experiences.
Children experience difficulties and
Ability to accomplish assignments
Study habits in School
Problem with self-discipline
A calm and friendly face to face exchange of
Positive attitudes of kindheartedness and patience
are developed through modeling
Strong motivation and encouragement from both
Letters and praises to parents for outstanding
Extremes of behavior need detailed consideration in
the experiences in school and in the home
Some of the most desirable values
Respect for elders and for the rights of
Willingness to share
Deep sense of responsibility
Special interest and innate talents noticed at a young age must
be attended to by sensitive mentors and guardians.
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY
The school is usually located at the center of town or city.
1. COLLABORATIVE RELATIONSHIPS
a.) The school officials actively participate in community
b.) The municipal/city officials are likewise ready to
c.) During historic celebrations in both places, participation
by each is easily elicited with such positive and civic-
2. ORGANIZED ASSOCIATIONS
* Schools have organized Parent-Teachers Associations with the officers
coming from both their members.
* The Brigada Eskwela is conducted at the beginning of the school year
and is now institutionalized in the DepEd.
* With the implementation of the School-Based Management (SBM), the
School Governing Council (SGC) per school has been organized.
3. PUBLIC SAFETY, BEAUTIFICATION AND
Peace and order, safety in public conveyances and compliance with
ordinances afford ample protection and disciplinary measures deserved by
4. VALUES EXHIBITED
Outstanding school personnel as well as barangay officials are honored. This
serves as a motivation for both parties and their followers to continue with
their commendable practice.
5. INSTRUCTIONAL CENTERS AND MATERIALS
The community can serve as rich sources of instructional materials.
Professionals and practitioners from the community can be invited
as resource speakers during observance of significant school rites