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RepublicofthePhilippines
DepartmentofEducation
Region I
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF ILOCOS NORTE
NAGBACALAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
10085
BRGY. 22 NAGBACALAN, PAOAY, ILOCOS NORTE
ENHANCED SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PLAN
2022-2024
2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. Department of Education’s Vision,
Mission, and Core Values Statement
School Planning Team: Roles & Responsibilities
Page 3
CHAPTER 2. School’s Current Situation
External Assessment
Internal Assessment
Priority Improvement Areas
Page 5
CHAPTER 3. Plan
Three-Year Plan
Project Work Plan & Budget Matrix
Annual Implementation Plan
Page 10
CHAPTER 4. Monitoring and Evaluation
Project Monitoring Report Form
Page 20
3
CHAPTER 1
Department of Education Mission, Vision, and Core Values Statement
VISION
We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable
them to realize their full potentials and contribute meaningfully to building the nation. As a learner centered
public institution, the Department of Education continuously improve itself to better serve its stakeholders.
MISSION
To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based and basic
education where:
-students learn in a child-friendly, gender sensitive, safe and motivating environment
-teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner
-administrative and staff as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling environment for effective
learning to happen
- family, community and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for
developing life-long learners.
CORE VALUES
Maka-Diyos
Makatao
4
Makakalikasan
Makabansa
During the Vision Sharing,the School Planning Team came up with these understanding about the DepEd
VMV and Core Values.
‘
Nagbacalan Elementary School is committed to the children and community through our focus on high
expectation, academic achievement and education of the whole child which we believe is the responsibility of the
family, school and community.
SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM AND THEIR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
SPT Member Role Responsibilities
Dennis C. Ramirez School Head/ Team Leader - Convene and orient the SPT members
-Lead in the conduct of preparation of data
gathering
-Conduct meeting with the members
Melanie L. Buenaventura Parent Representative -represents the PTA, coordinate with the PTA
members
Brendalyn D. Gapasin Teacher Representative -represents the teachers, acts as the voice of the
teachers
Ma. Luisa A. Pascua Barangay Representative -represents the Brgy. Council, provide needed
information about the community
Vince Jake V. Friala Student Representative -representsthe pupils, lead the whole studentry in
planning
Jenifer C. Macadangdang School Child Protection
Committee Member
-act as the documenter and keep records of
meetings
5
CHAPTER 2
School’s Current Situation
This chapter presents a brief discussion on the school and community data that were gathered, organized, and
assessed using the templates provided in the ESIP Guidebook. The school ensured that the data are accurate and updated
to be able to capture the school’s current needs.
A. External Assessment
Factors Baseline Data (2021) Opportunities Threats
Social 0-12 years old = 609
13 – 17 years old = 308
18 - 30 years old = 695
31 – 45 years old = 732
46 – 50 years old = 229
50 years old and above = 675
-Possibility of enrollment
increase.
-Underemployment due
to pandemic
-Pandemic Poverty
-Early marriage
Cultural Religious Groups present
-Roman Catholic
- Aglipayan
-Iglesia ni Cristo
-Baptist
-Jehovah’s Witnesses
-Jesus is Lord
-Jesus Reigns
-United Pentecostal Church
-Peaceful community and God-
fearing individuals
-Diversity of beliefs,
values and characters.
Availability/ Number of Media/ and
Non-Government Organization
- Loom weavers Association
- Farmers Association
- FishermenAssociation
- Women In Development
- Riders Association
-Active
involvement/participation in the
different programs and activities
in the school and community.
-Competitions between
the organizations
-Unable to participate to
the different school
activities due to increase
of COVID cases.
6
- Senior Citizen’s Association
Number of Tribes
-none
Technological Availability/presence of power supply
( INEC)
-Makes things easier,faster and
convenient.
-Power interruption
Availability of internet service
providers
-Smart
-Globe
-PLDT
-DITO
-Converge
-Faster communication
- Abundant of information
-Easier accessto quality
education
-Keeping everyone updated with
latest information
-Faster way of doing reports
-Slow internet
connectivity
Economic -Presence of Abel Industry
-Resorts
-Hotels and Restaurants
-Fishing industrynear Paoay Lake
-Farming
-Employment opportunities
- Increase of Tourism Industry
-Pollution
Ecological/
Environmental
-Paoay Lake View Deck -Capability of employment
opportunities
- Environmental awareness of
the barangay folks.
-Poor implementation of
environmental/ecological
laws especially in the
LGU and barangay.
Political -Presence of Non-Government
Organizations
-Most of the municipal officials are
from barangay Nagbacalan.
-Strong support to the school
and community programs
projects and activities.
- Programs and projects
were not fully
implemented because of
political rivalries.
B. Internal Assessment
Factors Baseline Data (2021) Strengths Weaknesses
Enrolment Total No. of Enrolment = 222
Kinder = 27
Grade 1 = 33
Grade 2 = 22
Grade 3 = 36
Grade 4 = 29
-Increasing number of
enrollment.
-Change of residency
-Unable to control the
choice of parents where to
enroll their children.

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Nagbacalan final template-for-esip-2022-2024

  • 1. RepublicofthePhilippines DepartmentofEducation Region I SCHOOLS DIVISION OF ILOCOS NORTE NAGBACALAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 10085 BRGY. 22 NAGBACALAN, PAOAY, ILOCOS NORTE ENHANCED SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2022-2024
  • 2. 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER 1. Department of Education’s Vision, Mission, and Core Values Statement School Planning Team: Roles & Responsibilities Page 3 CHAPTER 2. School’s Current Situation External Assessment Internal Assessment Priority Improvement Areas Page 5 CHAPTER 3. Plan Three-Year Plan Project Work Plan & Budget Matrix Annual Implementation Plan Page 10 CHAPTER 4. Monitoring and Evaluation Project Monitoring Report Form Page 20
  • 3. 3 CHAPTER 1 Department of Education Mission, Vision, and Core Values Statement VISION We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their full potentials and contribute meaningfully to building the nation. As a learner centered public institution, the Department of Education continuously improve itself to better serve its stakeholders. MISSION To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based and basic education where: -students learn in a child-friendly, gender sensitive, safe and motivating environment -teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner -administrative and staff as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling environment for effective learning to happen - family, community and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners. CORE VALUES Maka-Diyos Makatao
  • 4. 4 Makakalikasan Makabansa During the Vision Sharing,the School Planning Team came up with these understanding about the DepEd VMV and Core Values. ‘ Nagbacalan Elementary School is committed to the children and community through our focus on high expectation, academic achievement and education of the whole child which we believe is the responsibility of the family, school and community. SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM AND THEIR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES SPT Member Role Responsibilities Dennis C. Ramirez School Head/ Team Leader - Convene and orient the SPT members -Lead in the conduct of preparation of data gathering -Conduct meeting with the members Melanie L. Buenaventura Parent Representative -represents the PTA, coordinate with the PTA members Brendalyn D. Gapasin Teacher Representative -represents the teachers, acts as the voice of the teachers Ma. Luisa A. Pascua Barangay Representative -represents the Brgy. Council, provide needed information about the community Vince Jake V. Friala Student Representative -representsthe pupils, lead the whole studentry in planning Jenifer C. Macadangdang School Child Protection Committee Member -act as the documenter and keep records of meetings
  • 5. 5 CHAPTER 2 School’s Current Situation This chapter presents a brief discussion on the school and community data that were gathered, organized, and assessed using the templates provided in the ESIP Guidebook. The school ensured that the data are accurate and updated to be able to capture the school’s current needs. A. External Assessment Factors Baseline Data (2021) Opportunities Threats Social 0-12 years old = 609 13 – 17 years old = 308 18 - 30 years old = 695 31 – 45 years old = 732 46 – 50 years old = 229 50 years old and above = 675 -Possibility of enrollment increase. -Underemployment due to pandemic -Pandemic Poverty -Early marriage Cultural Religious Groups present -Roman Catholic - Aglipayan -Iglesia ni Cristo -Baptist -Jehovah’s Witnesses -Jesus is Lord -Jesus Reigns -United Pentecostal Church -Peaceful community and God- fearing individuals -Diversity of beliefs, values and characters. Availability/ Number of Media/ and Non-Government Organization - Loom weavers Association - Farmers Association - FishermenAssociation - Women In Development - Riders Association -Active involvement/participation in the different programs and activities in the school and community. -Competitions between the organizations -Unable to participate to the different school activities due to increase of COVID cases.
  • 6. 6 - Senior Citizen’s Association Number of Tribes -none Technological Availability/presence of power supply ( INEC) -Makes things easier,faster and convenient. -Power interruption Availability of internet service providers -Smart -Globe -PLDT -DITO -Converge -Faster communication - Abundant of information -Easier accessto quality education -Keeping everyone updated with latest information -Faster way of doing reports -Slow internet connectivity Economic -Presence of Abel Industry -Resorts -Hotels and Restaurants -Fishing industrynear Paoay Lake -Farming -Employment opportunities - Increase of Tourism Industry -Pollution Ecological/ Environmental -Paoay Lake View Deck -Capability of employment opportunities - Environmental awareness of the barangay folks. -Poor implementation of environmental/ecological laws especially in the LGU and barangay. Political -Presence of Non-Government Organizations -Most of the municipal officials are from barangay Nagbacalan. -Strong support to the school and community programs projects and activities. - Programs and projects were not fully implemented because of political rivalries. B. Internal Assessment Factors Baseline Data (2021) Strengths Weaknesses Enrolment Total No. of Enrolment = 222 Kinder = 27 Grade 1 = 33 Grade 2 = 22 Grade 3 = 36 Grade 4 = 29 -Increasing number of enrollment. -Change of residency -Unable to control the choice of parents where to enroll their children.
  • 7. 7 Grade 5 = 34 Grade 6 = 41 Teachers Number of Teachers = 12 Supportive, innovative and equally competent teachers. -Use of ICT in the teaching- learning process. -Afraid of taking risk Teacher: Student Ratio = 1:19 Very ideal teacher and student ratio. -Transfer of learners to other school due to transfer of residency. Vaccinated Personnel =13 are fully vaccinated. -Teachers are very much ready for the face to face classes. -Side effects of the vaccination. Classrooms No. of Instructional Room =13 Spacious and enough for the number of enrollment. -Some are old and needs repair. -Lack of funds for the repair. No. of Non-Instructional Room =5 Spacious and enough for the number of enrollment. -Some are old and needs repair. -Lack of funds for the repair. Classroom : Student Ratio= 1:1 Spacious and enough for the number of enrollment. -Some are old and needs repair. -Lack of funds for the repair. Seat Student : Seat Ratio = 1:1 Enough for the number of enrollment. -old and needs replacements. Textbook Student : Textbook Ratio 1:1 Enough for the number of enrollment. -It should be updated and MELC-based. Water Sanitation Number of CRs Shared-16 GAD CR- 1 Still functional/usable -Needs more separate CR ( Male, Female and PWD) Water Facilities Individual faucets Rooms-28 Outside the classroom-3 Handwashing Area-20 -Functional/usable -Need more handwashing facilities. Efficiency Graduation Rate-100 % Promotion Rate-100% Drop-out rate- 0 % -Increase of literacy rate in the barangay. - Unable to continue studies in high school and college due to poverty.
  • 8. 8 ICT Equipment Availability of ICT Equipment -Laptops (15) -Desktop (10) -Printers (13) -LED/Smart TV (15) -Very useful in the delivery of different learning modalities. -Allows for new ways of learning for students and teachers, - Needs replacement -Needs to be upgraded Technological Level of ICT Integration -No integration (0) -Adaption (12) -Infusion (1) -Transformation (0) -Teachers are required to integrate ICT in the delivery of their lessons. -Lack of seminars/trainings in ICT. Financial Sources of funds -MOOE -LGU/SEF -Canteen -School Funds -Alumni -PTA -Funds were properly liquidated and well implemented. -Insufficient funds due to this COVID-19 pandemic. - Unsupportive stakeholders . Contextualization Number of contextualized LMs -12 -Quality assured by the Division office and school quality assurance team. - Not enough funds for the production of materials. Learning Modality -PDML/Online Distance Learning -Participation of parents in teaching-learning process. -Increase of ICT skills for teachers and learners. - Unable to participate during online classes due to slow internet connectivity -Unable to evaluate the quality of learning from the learners in the modular learning. C. Priority Improvement Areas (PIA) PIA Strategic Importance Urgency Magnitude Feasibility Average Interpretation Literacy 5 5 4 4 4.50 Very High Priority
  • 9. 9 ICT Integration 4 4 5 5 4.50 Very High Priority Instructional Material Development/ Contextualization 5 4 4 4 4.25 High Priority Enrolment 4 4 3 4 3.75 High Priority Limited Face to Face 5 5 5 4 4.75 Very High Priority Learning Modality 4 4 4 4 4.0 High Priority Health Crisis 5 5 5 5 5.0 Very High Priority Numeracy 4 4 4 4 4.0 High Priority Physical Facilities 5 5 5 5 5.0 Very High Priority Ranges of Means Descriptive Interpretations 4.50 – 5.00 Very High Priority 3.50 – 4.49 High Priority 2.50 – 3.49 Moderate Priority 1.50 – 2.49 Low Priority 1.00 – 1.49 Very Low Priority
  • 10. 10 CHAPTER 3 Plan A. Three-Year Plan Priority Improvemen t Area General Objectives Root Cause/s Baseline Data 2021 Performance Indicators 2022 2023 2024 1. Physical Facilities Repair at least 100 % of the ceiling and roofing of the Marcos- Fre Fab buildings  Lack of Funds -Roofing and ceiling of Macos-Fre Fab Building. At least 30 % of the roofing and ceiling of Marcos Fre- Fab shall have been repaired. At least 60 % of the roofing and ceiling of Marcos Fre-Fab shall have been repaired. 100 % of the roofing and ceiling of Marcos Fre- Fab shall have been repaired. 2. Health Crisis -At least 100 % procurement of health supplies & construction of handwashing facility.  Lack of support from stakeholders - Health supplies for the opening of classes. - Construction of additional Handwashing facilities -At least 50 % of the health supplies and facilitieswere procured/cons tructed. At least 60 % of the health supplies and facilitieswere procured/constr ucted 100 % of the healthsupplies and facilities were procured/cons tructed 3. Literacy Increase the reading ability of learnersby implementing schools reading  Poor Reading/Stu dy Habits Baseline (Reading ResultsSY 2021-2022) Enrollment :222 English At least 50- 60 % of learners should be able to improve the reading ability of both in English and At least 70- 80 % of learners should be able to improve the reading ability of both in English and Filipino 90 %-100 % of learners should be able to improve the reading ability of both in English and
  • 11. 11 program enable 90- 100 % developing readersand 50 % advanced readersform the identified beginning and developing readersin English and Filipino respectively. BR-35 DR-97 AR-90 Filipino BR-35 DR-97 AR-90 Filipino from beginning to developing and 30 % from developing to advanced. from beginning to developing and 40 % from developing to advanced. Filipino from beginning to developing and 50 % from developing to advanced. 4.ICT Integration Level of Teachers Increase the ICT Integration level of teachers from no integration to transformatio n level in three years  Lack of motivation to use ICT in teaching/ Lack of ICT seminars No Integration-0 Adaption-12 Infusion-1 Transformation- 0 ICT integration level of 6 out 12 teachers will be improved from adaption to infusion level level,1 teacher from infusion to transformation level. ICT integration level of 12 out 12 teachers will be improved from adaption to infusion level, 1 teacher from infusion to transformation level. ICT integration level of at least 4 out of 12 teachers will be improved from infusion to transformation level 5.Learning Modality Increase the total number of learners for the online classes. Slow/Poor Internet Connectivity  Can’t afford to buy gadgets 69 out of 222 learners are having online classes. At least 30- 40% of the learners can join online classes. At least 50-60% of the learners can join online classes. At least 70- 80% of the learners can join online classes. 6.Limited Face to Face -Able to participate the limited -Lack of funds for the health materials and Not selected for the first batch of the At least learnersfrom kindergarten to At least learners from kindergarten to At least learners from kindergarten to
  • 12. 12 face to face classes supplies needed. implementation of the limited face-to-face classes. Grade III will participate for the limited face to face classes. Grade V will participate for the limited face to face classes. Grade VI will participate for the limited face to face classes. 7.Contingenc y Plan -Ensure the safeness of teaching personnel for the transmission COVID . -Unable to practice proper health protocols. No. of Vaccinated personnel-13 100 % of the personnel are fully vaccinated. 90-100 % of the personnel availed booster. 100 % of the personnel availed booster. B. Project Work Plan & Budget Matrix Project Title: Project Great-NES Problem Statement: Repair of the ceiling and roofing of Marcos Fre-Fab Building Project Objective Statement: Achieve 100 % repair of the Marcos Fre-Fab building Root cause/s: Lack of Funds Activities Output Date of Implementation Person Responsible Budget Budget Source Meeting with the teachers and school planning team and conduct of pre- assessment. Assessment of the school needs -Identified priority improvement September 2021 School Head Teachers P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds Conduct Meeting with the stakeholders -Planning of Activities -Sourcing of Funds -Identified possible stakeholders to finance the project January 2022 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds
  • 13. 13 -Implementation of the Project Started the repair of the school buildings. January 2022- December 2024 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders Skilledworkers P 200,000.00 MOOE/School Funds Post Evaluation and Feed backing Evaluated the project for improvement Year Round School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P500.00 MOOE/School Funds Project Title: Project I CARE-NES Problem Statement: Procurement of health supplies and materialsfor COVID and construction of additional handwashing facility. Project Objective Statement: Procure 100 % of health supplies and materials in preparation for the limited face-to-face classes and construct additional hand washing facility. Root cause/s: Lack of Support from Stakeholders Activities Output Date of Implementation Person Responsible Budget Budget Source Meeting with the teachers and school planning team and conduct of pre- assessment Assessment of the school needs -Identifiedpriority improvement September 2021 School Head Teachers P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds
  • 14. 14 Conduct Meeting with the stakeholders -Planning of Activities -Sourcing of Funds -Identifiedpossible stakeholders to finance the project January 2022 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds -Implementation of the Project Started the procurement of health supplies and construction of additional hand washing facility. January 2022- December 2024 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders Skilledworkers P 120,000.00 MOOE/School Funds Post Evaluation and Feed backing Evaluated the project for improvement Year Round School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P500.00 MOOE/School Funds Project Title: Reading Readiness for GreatNES. Problem Statement: Low literacy rate as manifested by result of reading assessment for SY 2021-2022. Project Objective Statement: Increase the reading ability of learners by implementing schools reading program enable 90- 100 % developing readersand 50 % advanced readers form the identified beginning and developing readers in English and Filipino respectively. Root cause/s: Poor reading and study habits of pupils, and the readiness of the school children Activities Output Date of Implementation Person Responsible Budget Budget Source Conduct pre-assessment of the reading ability of learners. Baseline data for the reading assessment. Identificationof September 2021 School head, teachers and parent 1,000.00 MOOE
  • 15. 15 beginning, developing and advance readers. Conduct LAC Session -Development of Contextualized Reading Materials (DECODING Project) Printed and Digitized. Year Round January 2022- December 2024 School head and teachers 1,000.00 MOOE Conduct Reading Session in every Purok Reading centers 100 % of the identified non readersand struggling readers will participate the activity. Year Round School head Teachers Parents SPG 2,000 MOOE/School Funds Procurement/Production of Instructional Materials Procured Materials for reading ( printers, laptops etc. Year Round School head, teachers and parent 30,000.00 MOOE Benchmarking ACTIVITY 100 % of the teachers adopt emerging and best practices in reading in their classes. Year Round School head and teachers 1,000.00 MOOE Project Title: I Teach, I-Tech Problem Statement: Low ICT skills of teachers Project Objective Statement: Increase the ICT Integration level of teachers from no integration to transformation level in three years. Root cause/s: Lack of ICT seminars/ Lack of motivation to use ICT in teaching
  • 16. 16 Activities Output Date of Implementation Person Responsible Budget Budget Source Conduct pre-assessment Identificationof ICT skills of teachers. September 2021 School head, teachers and parent 1,000.00 MOOE Conduct LAC Session -LAC Session on ICT. - Teaching Strategies using ICT Integration. Year Round January 2022- December 2024 School head and teachers 1,000.00 MOOE Procurement of ICT equipment. Procured printers, laptops etc. Year Round School head, teachers and parent 50,000.00 MOOE/School Funds Attendance to ICT Trainings/Seminars conducted by DepEd. 100 % of the teachers will participate the seminars/trainings. Year Round School head and teachers 1,000.00 MOOE Project Title: Ready Set, GreatNES Project Problem Statement: Participation on the conduct of limited face to face classes. Project Objective Statement: Able to participate the conduct of limited face to face classes. Root cause/s: Lack of funds for the health materials and supplies needed. Activities Output Date of Implementation Person Responsible Budget Budget Source
  • 17. 17 Meeting with the teachers and school planning team and conduct of pre- assessment Assessment of the school needs -Identifiedpriority improvement September 2021 School Head Teachers P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds Conduct Meeting with the stakeholders -Planning of Activities -Sourcing of Funds -Identifiedpossible stakeholders to finance the project January 2022 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P 500.00 MOOE/School Funds -Implementation of the Project Started the procurement of health supplies and materials neededfor the face to face classes. Started the improvement and repairs of classrooms. January 2022- December 2024 School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders Skilled workers P 120,000.00 MOOE/School Funds Post Evaluation and Feed backing Evaluated the project for improvement Year Round School Head Teachers Parents Stakeholders P500.00 MOOE/School Funds C. Annual Implementation Plan School Improveme nt Project Title Project Objective Output of the Year Activities Person/s responsible Time Frame Budget Budget Source 1. Project GreatNES Repair of the ceiling At least 30 % of the roofing and -Meeting with the teachers and school planning team School head, Teachers, Septemb er 2021 – P36,664. 00 MOOE
  • 18. 18 & roofing of Marcos Fre-Fab Building) ceiling of the Marcos Fre-Fab building shall have been repaired. and conduct of pre- assessment -Conduct meeting with the stakeholders 1. Planning of Activities 2.Sourcing of Funds 3.Implementation of the project 4.Post Evaluation & Monitoring Feedback PTA, Local and Barangay Officials & Non- Government Organization s Other Stakeholders July 2022 2. Project I- CareNES Procureme nt of health supplies and materials for COVID and constructio n of additional handwashi ng facility. At least 50 % of the health supplies and facilitieswere procured/construc ted. -Meeting with the teachers and school planning team and conduct of pre- assessment -Conduct meeting with the stakeholders 1. Planning of Activities 2.Sourcing of Funds 3.Procurement/Implement ation of the project 4.Post Evaluation & Monitoring Feedback School head, Teachers, PTA, Local and Barangay Officials & Non- Government Organization s Other Stakeholders Septemb er 2021- July 2022 P51,266. 18 MOOE 3. Reading Readiness for Great- NES Increase the reading ability of learners by implementi ng schools reading program enable 90- 100 % At least 50- 60 % of learners should be able to improve the reading ability of both in English and Filipino from beginning to developing and 30 % from developing to advanced. Conduct pre-assessment of the reading ability of pupils Conduct LAC session Procurement/ Production of Instructional Materials Conduct instructional supervision School Head, Teachers, and Resource Speaker Septemb er 2021- July 2022 P39,725 .00 MOOE
  • 19. 19 developing readers and 50 % advanced readers form the identified beginning and developing readers in English and Filipino respectively Benchmarking Activity (Best and emerging practices on Reading) 4. I Teach, I-Tech Increase the ICT Integration level of teachers from no integration to transforma tion level in three years ICT integration level of 6 out 12 teachers will be improved from adaption to infusion level level, 1 teacher from infusion to transformation level. Intensifying ICT Skills through LAC Session Invitation of competent resource speaker on ICT Attendance to ICT Integration Trainings Benchmarking Activity (Best and emerging practices on ICT Integration) School Head, Teachers, and Resource Speaker Septemb er 2021- July 2022 P 23, 197.68 MOOE 5.Ready, Set, GreatNES Able to participate the limited face to face classes At least learners from kindergarten to Grade III will participate for the limited face to face classes. -Meeting with the teachers and school planning team and conduct of pre- assessment -Conduct meeting with the stakeholders School head, Teachers, PTA, Local and Barangay Officials & Non- Septemb er 2021- July 2022 P31,729. 30 MOOE
  • 20. 20 1. Planning of Activities 2.Sourcing of Funds 3.Implementation of the project 4.Post Evaluation & Monitoring Feedback Government Organization s Other Stakeholders CHAPTER 4 Monitoring and Evaluation To ensure the success of the implementation of the Enhanced School Improvement Plan, the School Planning Team (SPT) will conduct a mid-year and year-end assessment using the Project Monitoring Report Form (see attached form). The result of the monitoring will be discussed both by the SPT and Project Team to come up with recommendations and adjustment plan. Prepared by: DENNIS C. RAMIREZ,EdD MELANIE L.BUENAVENTURA BRENDALYN D. GAPASIN School Principal II School FPTA President President, Teachers’ Association MA. LUISA A. PASCUA VINCE JAKE V. FRIALA JENIFER C. MACADANGDANG Punong Barangay SPG President School Child Protection Committee Member Checked and Reviewed by: LLOYD C. ROSQUITA, EdD SANTIAGO L. BAOEC, EdD Chief Education Supervisor – SGOD OIC, Chief Education Supervisor - CID Recommending Approval: APPROVED:
  • 21. 21 JOYE D. MADALIPAY, EdD JOANN A. CORPUZ, EdD CESO V Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent Project Monitoring Report Form FY 2022 Schedule Date of Monitoring Mid-Year:________________________ Year-End:________________________ Name of Project Project Objective and Target Date of Monitoring Accomplishment/ Status to date Issues/ Problems/ Challenges Recommendations/ Action Points Signature of SPT and Project Team Leader 1. Project GreatNES Repair of the ceiling, roofing of school buildings ( Marcos Fre- Fab Building) 2. Project I- CareNES Procurement of health supplies and materials for COVID and construction of additional handwashing facility.
  • 22. 22 3. Reading Readiness for Great-NES Increase the reading ability of learners by implementing schools reading program enable 90- 100 % developing readers and 50 % advanced readers form the identified beginning and developing readers in English and Filipino respectively. 4. I Teach, I- Tech Increase the ICT Integration level of teachers from no integration to transformation level in three years 5.Ready, Set, GreatNES Able to participate the limited face to face classes
  • 23. 23