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School Improvement Plan 
S.Y. 2014-2016 
CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
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Republic of the Philippines 
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 
Caraga Administrative Region 
Division of Surigao del Sur 
Tandag 
CERTIFICATION 
To Whom It May Concern: 
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the District Review and Appraisal Committee has reviewed and 
appraised the School Improvement Plan (SIP) of Cacawan Elementary School and is found 
complete, and has the essentials of the following: 
I. Endorsement Letter: __________________ 
II. Introduction: ____________________ 
III . Profile: __________________ 
IV. Situational Analysis: ___________________ 
V. Guiding Principles __________________ 
VI. School goals and Objectives: __________________ 
VII. 3-Year Work and Financial: 
VIII Annual Implementation Plan: __________________ 
IX Monitoring and Evaluation Structure: 
And Plan _________________ 
Reviewed and Appraised by: 
JURISSA N. ORQUITA 
Chairperson 
SIXTO H. UYPALA MERLE L. LINAO JOSEFINA M. CAMBA 
Member Member Member 
Recommending Approval: 
LORENZO O. MACASOCOL 
Asst. Schools Division Superintendent 
Approved and Accepted: 
TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. 
Schools Division Superintendent
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TABLE OF CONTENTS 
Endorsement 
Introduction 
I. School Guiding Principles 
II. School and Community Profile 
a. School Profile 
b. Community Profile 
III. Situational Analysis 
a. School Performance 
b. Instructional Materials 
c. Personnel Profile 
d. Physical Facilities 
e. School Management 
IV. School Goals and Objectives 
a. Streams Analysis 
b. School Goal Chart 
V. Priority Improvement Areas 
a. 3-Year Work and Financial Plan 
b. Annual Implementation Plan 
VI. Organizing for Implementation 
a. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan 
ANNEXES 
School Operating Budget 
Monthly Cash Programming 
Annual Procurement Plan
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January 31 , 2014 
TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. 
Schools Division Superintendent 
Division of Surigao del Sur 
Madam: 
Greetings! 
We are happy to inform you that Cacawan Elementary School has completed the School Improvement Plan for 2014-2016 which we 
are hereby endorsing for your review/acceptance. 
We wish to inform your office that this SIP is a product of the collaborative efforts of parents, community leaders, teachers, alumni, 
pupils under the leadership of Miss Marivic D. Sumagaysay 
Thank you and regards, 
Sincerely yours, 
MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY MARITES F. BONJOC ALFREDO R. FEROLINO 
School Head SGC Chairman Head, School Planning Team
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School Development Plan 
Land Titles/Tax Declaration 
INTRODUCTION 
This is the School Improvement Plan (SIP) of Cacawan Elementary 
School in conformity to the mandate of Republic Act No. 9155 otherwise 
known as Basic Education Act. 
This plan was set up through the collaborative endeavor of the 
various stakeholders of Cacawan Elementary School which encompasses the 
school head, the teachers, Barangay officials headed by the Barangay Captain 
and the Chairman on the Committee of Education, Sitio Officials headed by the 
Sitio President, and the PTA officials headed by the PTA President collectively 
with the parents and the GKK members and officials convened and discussed 
the school’s dilemmas and elucidations for the advancement of the school. A 
comprehensive dialogue and planning of the stakeholders entailed a definite 
analysis of the needs and primary concern of the school, the learners. 
Accordingly, this School Improvement Plan is blueprint that 
aimed at and created to improve the quality of achievement of the pupils and 
enhance the professional growth of the teachers.
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ACCEPTANCE OF STAKEHOLDERS 
This is the School Improvement Plan of Cacawan Elementary School 
in compliance of the mandate provided from Republic Act No. 9155 as Basic 
Education Act. 
This plan develops through the collaborative effort of Cacawan 
Elementary School personnel, which comprises the School In-Charge and two 
teachers teaching combination classes, Barangay Officials headed by the 
Barangay Captain and committee of Education Chairman, Sitio Officials headed by 
the Sitio President, and the PTA Officials headed by the general PTA President 
together with the parents and the GKK members and officials. Making of the plan 
is done through assembly meeting. 
It is being develop for the specific purpose which is to improve the 
quality of achievement of the pupils, teachers as well as the school. 
Endorsement: 
GALO P. RENDON MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY 
Barangay Captain School In-charge 
EDDIE L. RENDON ALFREDO R. FEROLINO 
Chairman on Committee on Education PTA President 
ERNESTO V. DONQUE RODRIGO D. LARIOSA 
Sitio President GKK President 
Noted by: 
JURISSA N. ORQUITA 
PRINCIPAL-I / District In-charge
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GUIDING 
PRINCIPLES
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I. VALUES, VISION, MISSION_____________________________________ 
Core Values 
The school adheres to the following values of the 
Department of Education: 
Maka-Dios 
Maka-Tao 
Makakalikasan 
Makabansa 
Vision: 
We dream of Filipinos 
who passionately love their country 
and whose values and competencies 
enable them to realize their potential 
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 complete basic education where: 
Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and 
motivating environment. 
Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner. 
Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and 
supportive environment for effective learning to happen. 
Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share 
responsibility for developing life-long learners.
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PROFILE
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II. SCHOOL & COMMUNITY PROFILE 
I. SCHOOL PROFILE 
Cacawan Elementary School is located at Sitio Cacawan, western part of Barangay 
Cambatong, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur of CARAGA Administrative Region. The school is 
composed of seventy-eight (78) pupils, forty-eight (48) male and thirty-seven (37) female 
in three (3) classrooms building on the hilly site of 10,000 square meters land area. It is 
owned by the Department of Education through Deed of Donation. All classrooms need 
minor repair and repainting on inner walls. The wooden windows of the PTA Building 
must be replaced by jalousie. 
Location 
The school is located at the western part of Barangay Cambatong where the famous 
Enchanted River is situated. It is 27.2 kilometers away from Hinatuan North District 
Office. The Sitio of Cacawan is not as accessible like any other place, the only 
transportation is to ride a motorcycle or “habal-habal” which demands a high fare when 
hired.
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Community Profile 
A. Socio-Cultural Life 
Eighty-five (85) percent of the population in Sitio Cacawan is 
Cebuano and Boholano and the remaining fifteen (15) percent are Kamayos 
who are descendants of Indigeneous group called the Mandayas. 
Eighty percent of the population of the community is active in 
involving themselves in the different activities as they are divided into three 
main religions namely: Roman Catholic, Katolikong Tinago and Iglesiang 
Tinago. The other twenty percent (20%) are not involving in any religious 
activities. 
B. Economic Life 
The topography of Sitio Cacawan is characterized as plain and 
hilly.It is cultivated by the Sitio residents as it is appropriate for cacao, coffee, 
coconut and corn propagation. Some of them are into falcata farming as 
additional source of income. 
The sitio has insufficient water supply, thus the rain collector serves as 
the source of water. They need to travel 10-20 kilometers just to have 
drinkable water and has to laundry their clothes during dry season. 
Aside from this, the poor road condition is another factor which 
affects the life of the residents of Sitio Cacawan. Its inaccessibility lead to 
high cost of transportation for farm products which is another aggregating 
factor for the economic problem of the populace of Sitio Cacawan and the 
reason for the dwindling of its population. 
C. Political Condition 
` The community is very active in political activities which is very 
evident in their very passionate support for the programs of the Local 
Government Unit. The Sitio President brings to the Barangay Council the 
sentiments and angst of the community for the development and progress of 
Sitio Cacawan.
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D. Geo-Political Life 
The estimated land area of Sitio Cacawan is 650,000 square 
meters wherein 500,000 square meters is turn to agricultural area. It is 
exactly located in the western part of Barangay Cambatong, bounded by Sitio 
Dreamland in the East and Sitio Ambacon, Villaverde, Tagbina Surigao del Sur 
on the west. 
E. Demographic Information 
The total population of Sitio Cacawan is 124 and the total 
numbers of household is twenty-four (24). Twenty-seven percent of the 
populations are children ages 6-11 years old. The total number of children 
regularly attending Cacawan Elementary School is
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SITUATIONAL 
ANALYSIS
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The following areas are the primary concern which requires a 
thorough situational analysis: 
1. School Performance 
2. Instructional Materials 
3. Personnel Profile 
4. Physical Facilities 
5. School Management 
1. Pupils Performance 
On School National Achievement Test (NAT) 
Subject 
Areas 
2012- 
2013 
2011- 
2012 
2010- 
2011 
2009- 
2010 
English 77.03 78.57 84.17 79.82 
Math 73.76 81.35 81.17 81.07 
Science 63.90 80.05 78.50 68.57 
Filipino 76.43 76.59 69.83 82.14 
Makabayan 71.25 80.63 88.00 82.50 
TOTAL 72.40 79.54 80.33 78.82
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Performance Indicator in the Past five Years 
Percentage by School Year 
2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009 
Repetition Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 
Transition Rate 117.65% 73% 76.47% 76.47% 62.96%% 
Graduation Rate 100% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 
Completion Rate 92.31% 81% 155.55% 155.55% 125.0% 
Promotion Rate 100.0% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% 
Cohort-Survival Rate 92.31% 81% 155.55% 155.55% 125.0% 
Drop Out Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 
Failure Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 
Retention Rate 103.57% 87.0% 126.92% 126.92% 66.67% 
Participation Rate 118.92% 187.0% 183.87% 183.87% 98.07% 
The aforementioned performance indicators is reflected in a graph to 
clearly visualize the increase and the decrease of the pupils’ achievement. In 
order to come up with appropriate and adequate interventions to improve the 
performance of the learners and the school as a whole the school together 
with the different stakeholders planned appropriate interventions.
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2. Instructional Materials 
Instructional materials are an important tool use by teachers for the 
learning process to be effective and efficient. Minimal use of IMs’ tends to 
limit the discussion and the exploration for any given learning task. 
The school has the following serviceable teaching materials: 
1. Fraction Kit 
2. Terrestrial Globe 
3. Magnets 
4. Window Cards 
6. Abacus 
7. Reproductive System Model 
8. Digestive System Model 
3. Personnel Profile 
The teaching faculty of Cacawan Elementary School comprises of 
two esxperienced teachers headed by a school in-charge who is also handling 
combination classes. The few years of teaching experience would require 
additional seminars to improve their teaching strategies. Considering the fact 
that handling multi-grade classes is not an easy task, the teachers must adhere 
to maximum tolerance and flexibility in teaching. 
Additional report to be accomplished on time is an additional 
burden to the School In-Charge who is handling classes at the same time.
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Personnel Organizational Chart 
4. Physical Facilities 
Our school is made up of the following physical facilities: 
a. School site 
Our school is occupying 10 000 square meters of land area. It is 
donated by Mr. Teodoro Ferolino thorugh the effort of the first PTA president, 
Mr. Inocencio Lariosa. The school holds a copy of the Deed of donation to attest 
to the said donation. 
b. School Building 
Type of Building No. of 
Classrooms 
Uses 
1. PTA Building 2 Grade V & VI Room/SIC Office 
2. Conventional Building 1 Grade III & IV Room 
3. Conventional building 1 Grade V & VI 
The PTA building needs total repair while the other two buildings 
need minor repairs and painting. And with the onslaught of technology, the 
teaching staff of Cacawan Elementary School aims to create an E-Classroom with 
the support of its stakeholders.
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c. Water Facilities 
There is no permanent source of water in Sitio Cacawan. There is 
one malfunctioning rain collectors that need minor repair. It is situated inside the 
school but it is owned by the sitio and the sitio residents also use the said rain 
collector. 
There was a new rain collector constructed in the sitio however, 
during dry season there is scarcity of water. So the rain collector inside the school 
is still being use by the residents. However, the municipality has started 
constructing water pipeline that will provide potable water within the year. 
d. School Management 
Planning, mobilizing, programming, implementing, monitoring and 
evaluating are but the few tasks that the School In-charge must deal with. 
Hindering factors such as scarcity of budget limits the school and the stakeholders 
to implement proposed programs and activities. Though the school was a 
recipient of SBM it was not adequate to meet the demands of the school. 
However, there is another SBM grant which the school is scheduled to receive. 
The School In-charge aims to use the aforementioned budget to implement 
changes and improvement in the school.
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SCHOOL 
GOALS AND 
OBJECTIVES 
CHART
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OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
Goal : Improve Learners Performance 
Purpose: Maintain School MPS of 81.52 % 
CONTRIBUTORY OBJECTIVES 
A. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP 
A.1. Improve Competencies of school Head and Teachers School Head & Teachers Training Prepare Training Design Prepared 
Prepare Training materials Prepared 
Conduct Training Conducted 
Evaluate Results evaluated 
A.1.1 School Head attend enhancement training on SBM Instructional Competency training of School Head Enhancement training needs Updated 
A.1.2 NCBTS/TSNA/IPPD Training of teachers in teaching strategies/ICT Attend Training Attended 
A.1.3 INSET 
A.1.4 Encourage teachers to construct additional materials every grading period Construct additional instructional materials *Construct at-least 2 IMs every grading period Constructed 
A.1.5 Encourage teachers to continuously earn MA Units and Doctoral units Teacher enroll MA and Doctoral classes Enroll MA and Doctoral Classes Enrolled/ Earned 
A.1.6 Allocate budget for Travel allowance of teachers who attend 
trainings/seminars 
Allocate budget Prepare necessary papers for travel allowance Allocated 
A.2 Improve the implementation of BESRA-SBM practices Intensify implementation of Revised SBM Practices  Continuous SBM Advocacy 
 Monitor/Evaluate SBM Implementation 
Improved 
Improve BESRA-SBM practices 
A.2.1 Submission of SIP/AIP/APP/MCP Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP *Call stakeholders in the formulation of AIP/SIP Submitted 
A.2.2 Submission of CB-PAST Submit CB-PAST ahead of time *Prepare the CB-PAST based on the indicators Prepared 
A.2.3 Monitoring of Teachers Improve the performance and teaching strategies of Teachers *Conduct regular monitoring of teachers Conducted 
A.2.4 Implementation of School MOOE Fund Implement the school MOOE fund properly *Proper implementation of school MOOE fund Implemented 
a. Allocate budget for Building Re-wiring b. Stage c. 
A.2.5 Strengthening the Educational Management Information System Update the records of the school EMIS *Update the records in the EMIS Updated 
A.2.5 Strengthening the SBM Practices Update the records of SBM corner 
A.3 Integrate GAD core messages in all learning areas Integrate GAD core messages in all learning areas *Attend training/symposium about GAD Integrated 
*Integrate GAD concept in all learning areas 
A.3.1 Allocate 5% budget from MOOE Fund for the integration of GAD 
A.4 Design Action Research Conduct school based research *Prepare a school-based training design Conducted 
*Prepare a research proposal 
A.5 Procurement of school & Office supply Allocate budget for school and Office supply *Procure school and Office supply Procured 
A.6 Allocate budget for travel allowance of School Head and teachers School Head and teachers attend training *Submit report to the District Office Allocated
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SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART 
OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS 
A.7 Allocate budget for school maintenance services Payment for Water and Electric Bills Receipt of payment Allocated/ Paid 
A.8 Allocate budget for travel Allowance of pupil’s 
participation in higher level competitions 
Develop pupils skills and Talent Prepare Travel Order Allocated 
Participation to different competition Participated 
A.9 Allocate budget for reproduction of test materials Payment for reproduction/Photocopy of Test Papers Receipt of Payment/ OR/Purchase Request Allocated/Paid 
A.10 Allocate budget for office equipment/furniture 
B. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES 
B.1Provision of Elementary Education 
B.1.1 increase Grade I entrants with ECD by 2% Increase Grade I Entrants w/ECD *Conduct a survey of basic school age Children Conducted/Increased 
B.1.2 Increase the readiness of Grade I entrants per SReA Increase the readiness of Grade I entrants per SReA *Conduct EFA advocacy Conducted/Increased 
*Conduct early enrolment of Grade I Entrants 
B.1.3 Increase enrolment by 2 % By grade level Enrolment in all grade levels increase by 2% Conduct a survey of school age children Conducted/Increased 
I House to House Campaign 
II 
III 
IV 
V 
VI 
B.2 Improve Health and Nutrition Program *Decrease the number of malnourished children Identify the Nutritional status of pupils Improved 
*Coordinate with the Health and nutrition Unit Coordinated 
B.2.1 Food For School Program Request food supply to National Authority *Organize school feeding Program Organized 
*Identify the names & number of recipient Identified 
*Call a meting with parents and disseminate 
the guidelines of 
Conducted 
distribution 
B.2.2 Feeding Program Organize functional School Feeding Program *Tap BLGU assistance Conducted 
*Inform parents Informed
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SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART 
OBJECTIVES SUMMARY 
OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION 
INDICATORS 
MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
B.2.3 SAPAGKAT/Gulayan sa Paaralan Intensify the implementation of SAPAGKAT/ Gulayan sa 
Paaralan 
*Prepare area for nursery and Garden Prepared 
*Secure seedling Secured 
*Maintain the proper care of plant in the garden Maintained 
*Secure guidelines for implementation Secured 
B.2.4 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program To request for the sustainable implementation of 4 Ps *Identify the names & number of beneficiaries Identified 
*Conduct proper dissemination of the program Conducted 
*Monitor the attendance /Nutritional status of beneficiaries Monitored 
*Prepare consolidated monthly attendance of beneficiaries prepared 
B. Increase No. of Graduates and Improve EFA performance indicators of Elem. 
level 
Number of Graduates improved *conduct a family survey to find out school age children and Increased 
promote awareness of stakeholders on school age range 
B.3.1 Increase Participation Rate by 2 % Increase participation by 2 % *Intensive progress tracking of school’s Quarterly performance Increased 
B.3.2 Maintain Graduation Rate by 100% Maintain 100% Graduation Rate *Conduct regular meeting with the parents and ask support Maintained 
For good attendance 
B.3.3 Increase Retention Rate by 2% Increase Retention Rate by 2% *Maximize the tracking system to follow up the whereabouts 
of 
Increased 
pupils 
B.3.4 Increase Cohort –Survival Rate by 2 % Increase Cohort –Survival Rate by 2 % *Encourage parents to sustain their support to their children’s Increased 
need & interest in attending class 
B.3,5 Increase Completion Rate by 2% Increase Completion Rate by 2% Conduct Regular Meeting/ Always encourage parent to send 
their 
Increased 
Children in school 
B.3.6 Maintain zero % Drop –Out Maintain zero % Drop –Out Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Maintained 
disseminate policies 
B.3.7 Increase Promotion Rate by 2 % Increase Promotion Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Increased 
disseminate policies 
B.3.8 Decrease Failure Rate by 2 % Decrease Failure Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Decreased 
disseminate policies 
B.3.9 Increase Transition Rate by 2 % Increase Transition Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Increased 
disseminate policies
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OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
B.3.10 Decrease Repetition Rate by 2 % Decrease Repetition Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Decreased 
disseminate policies 
B.4 Conduct Periodical test in all learning areas Conduct Periodical test in all learning areas *Secure test materials Conducted 
*conduct test as scheduled 
*Conduct item analysis /provide least-learned skills 
B.5 Assess learning outcomes and provide interventions to Least learned skills Assess learning outcomes and provide interventions to Least - *Make a list of least –learned skills Assessed 
Least skills *Make an item analysis Conducted 
B.5.1 Maintain result of grade VI NAT by 81.63 % Maintain MPS NAT Grade 6 of 81.63 % *Prepare NAT action plan with review schedule Maintained 
*Conduct meeting with parents and ask assistance 
B.5.2 Increase result of grade III NAT by 2 % Increase the NAT grade III by 2 % *Prepare NAT action plan with review schedule Maintained 
*Conduct meeting with parents and ask assistance 
B.5.3 Maintain /Increase school MPS Maintain /Increase school MPS * Conduct meeting with parents and teachers Increased/Maintai 
ned 
Filipino *Make a review 
English 
Mathematics 
Science & Health 
Filipino 
MAKABAYAN 
Overall result 
B.6 Enhance reading skills of pupils both English and Filipino on Phil-IRI Reading skills of pupils both English & Filipino on Phil-IRI *Conduct pre- test to identify the reading level of pupils Enhanced 
B.6.1 Decrease the number of Frustration level by 2 % Decrease the number of Frustration level by 2 % *Provide tracking system to monitor the pupils reading progress Decreased 
English 
Filipino 
B.6 Increase the number of instructional level by 2 % Increase the number of instructional level by 2 % *Provide Reading materials Increased 
*Encourage pupils to read always 
B.6.3 Project DEAR/FWAW/RTBY Intensify the implementation of Project DEARFWAW/RTBY in 
all Grade levels 
*Plan & develop activities to motivate pupil’s participation Implemented 
Enhance reading skills of pupils *Conduct contest suited for each grade level 
*prepare awards for participants 
B.7 District Block-Out ORPT Enhance reading skills of pupils *Reduce the number of non-Readers Enhanced 
*Master the Dolch Basic Sight Words 
*Intensify remedial reading program
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SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART 
OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
B.8 School Sports Participate in Sports Competition *Train pupils for any event Trained 
Zone Meet *Observe pupils performance Participated 
District Meet *Participate actively in all levels of competition 
Dual Meet *Assign coaches to develop the athletes 
B.9 Enhance pupil’s participation in School Co-Curricular activities Pupils participate school Co-Curricular activities *Participate actively in all levels of competition Enhanced 
B.9.1 Journalism To acquire knowledge and skills on Basic Journalism *Attend training on Basic Journalism, writing & page lay-outing Attended 
*Train coaches/pupils 
B.9.2 MTAP Enhance reading performance of pupils *Plan and develop activities to invite pupils participation Conducted 
Reading Camp *Conduct contest suited for each grade level 
English Festival *Prepare awards/prizes for participants 
Balagtasan 
Math Festival 
Science Festival 
C.EXTERNAL IMPROVEMENT 
C.1 Provision of Instructional Materials 
C.1.1 Acquire Additional textbooks & TM in all learning areas in all grades FROM Request additional textbooks from Division Office *Conduct classroom inventory Received 
Division Office for K to 12 Learner’s Materials and Teaching Guide English 20pc s +1/ Grade level *Submit inventory report to District Property Custodian submitted 
MTBMLE Math 20pcs+1 / Grade level *Receive Textbooks & TM from Division Office 
ENGLISH Science 20pcs+1/ Grade level Request copy of delivery Receipt 
FILIPINO Filipino 20pcs+1/ Grade level 
MATH Sibika 20pcs+1/ Grade 1-3 
ARAL PAN HEKASI 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 
ESP EPP 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 
MSEP 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 
C.2 Acquire different tools for Gardening through MOOE Fund Allocation budget allocation in acquiring different tools for *Request Gardening Tools from the Division Office Received 
gardening from the Division Office as listed below: *prepare list of tools needed 
1 Pc Pick mattock 
1 Pc shovel 
1 Pc rake 
1 pc Pruning shear 
1 pc Sprinkler can 
C. 3 Reproduce workbooks for K to 12 LM’s and TG’s 
C.3 Acquire multi-media and other learning equipment from Division Office Acquire multi-media and other learning equipment from 
Division 
*Request multi media and other learning equipment from Received 
Office as listed below: Division Office 
1 TV Set 
1 Pc Karaoke 
1 Pc Digital Camera
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OBJECTIVES 
SUMMARY 
OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION 
INDICATORS 
MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
C.4 Repair and repaint school Classroom in Elementary Request budget allocation for the repair and repaint of *Request for repair of classroom from the Division Office Repaired/Repainted 
school classroom in Elementary *Prepare Program of work 
*Prepare and Submit liquidation report 
C.5 Construct school Facilities in Elementary Request budget allocation for the construction of school *Request for repair of classroom from the Division Office & LGU Constructed 
facilities *Prepare program of Work 
 Canteen *Prepare and Submit liquidation report 
 Study Shed 
 School MRF 
C.6 Titling of School site Request titling of the school Site *Prepare the pertinent papers needed Titled 
*Request assistance from the Division Office 
C.7 District school/ Classroom evaluation Improve classroom and School environment for District *Improve the condition of school/ Classroom Improved 
Evaluation *Secure checklist for school/Classroom evaluation 
* Prepare the materials/facilities needed in school & Classroom 
*Interpret and analyze the result 
C.8 Adopt-A-School Program Intensify the implementation of Adopt-A-School program Encourage stakeholders to support the Program Implemented 
C.8.1 Brigada Eskwela Join the National Schools Maintenance Week Program *Participate in the National Schools Maintenance Week as scheduled Participated/ 
*Organize committee for the activities Conducted/ 
*Assign chairman for each committee Joined/Prepared/ 
*Generate funds for the activities Assigned/Performed 
*Prepare pertinent papers /document needed 
*Perform the activities indicated in the plan 
C.8.2 Brigada Eskwela Plus Ask stakeholders to continue their support within a year ‘s *Perform the activities that were not Undertaken during the NSMW Performed 
implementation period 
*Prepare and submit narrative report 
C.8.3 Universal Medical Dental Care Eliminate Pupils Dental Problem *Proper health care of pupils Eliminated 
*provide list of pupils who have Dental problems 
*secure parent’s Consent 
*Ask schedule of visit of medical/Dental Personnel 
*Prepare the necessary materials needed 
C.8.4 Ecological Solid Waste Management Program Sustain the implementation of ESWM Program *Intensify greening Program Maintained 
*Maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of the school 
*Maintain the condition of the school’s MRF 
C. 8.5 
C.9 DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
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OBJECTIVES SUMMARY 
OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION 
INDICATORS 
MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS 
IMPORTANT 
ASSUMPTIONS 
*Maintain proper segregation of waste Materials 
(Recyclable , 
Biodegradable, ,Residual and Special) 
C.8.5 Increase percentage of parent’s participation in school program 
and Project 
To encourage parent’s participation in school 
programs 
*Organize organization of internal and Increased 
and projects External stakeholders 
*Pupil Organization 
*Teacher organization 
*Parent Organization 
*Alumni Organization 
*Youth Organization 
*Senior citizen Organization 
*fishermen Organization 
*Provide records of local officials 
 Barangay 
 Purok 
Prepared by District Review and Appraisal Committee Recommending Approval APPROVED: 
MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY JURISSA N. ORQUITA ,ESP-I TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. 
School Head Chairman Schools Division Superintendent 
MERLE L. LINAO ,ESP-I SIXTO H. UYPALA ,ESP-I JOSEFINA M. CAMBA 
Member Member Member
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3-YEAR 
WORK AND 
FINANCIAL 
PLAN
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
REQUIREMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS 
A.SCHOOL LEADERSHIP 
A.1 Improve >To enhance the competencies  Update the training needs of teacher April April April 
Competencies of School Of School Head and teacher  Attend IN-SET, workshops, SLAC session April April April 
Head and Teacher  SBM training on instructional competency P 4670.00 Feb. P 4670.00 
 Update teachers’ skills in ICT 6760.00 Feb. 6760.00 
 Update teachers’ competency skills and 4500.00 Feb. 4500.00 
teaching strategies 
 Teachers’ earn MA units April April April 
>To construct additional IM’s in  Teacher construct effective and April April April 
Every grading period appropriate instructional materials suitable for 
Grade level using SBM Fund 8 865.00 8865.00 
 Teacher maximize the utilization of Jan-March Jan-March Jan-March 
appropriate IM’s varied teaching strategies/techniques 
In all learning area 
 Allocate budget for travel allowance for January January January 
Teacher to attend training/seminar 
A.2. Improve the >To improve the level of  Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP ahead of time 
Implementation Implementation of BESRA-SBM  Call stakeholder in the formation of SIP/AIP 
Of BESRA-SBM practices 
practices 
A.3 Implementation >To properly implement the sch.  Proper implementation of School MOOE and Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. 
Of school MOOE and MOOE and SBRMS fund SBRMS fund 
SBRMS fund  Inform stakeholders any amount received Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. 
 Implement the amount allocation based Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. 
On based on the Project Of Work (POW) 
 Prepare and submit liquidation report Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. 
SUB-TOTAL P 24 795.00 P 24795.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
REQUIREMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS 
A.4 Strengthening of >to update the records of the  Update the records in the EMIs (3-year back) April April April 
Educational Management School EMIs  Provide complete records for each module April April April 
Information system  Refer to the EMIs Handbook for filling of data April April April 
>To allocate budget for school 
And office supplies 
 Prepare list of needed supplies Jan. Jan. Jan. 
A.5 Procurement of  Follow the procedures/guidelines of proper 
procurement 
Jan. Jan. Jan. 
supplies  Procure the following school and other Jan.,June Jan.,June Jan.,June 
Office supplies 
Daily Log P 80.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June P 960.00 
School Register 50.00 January January January 300.00 
Bond paper US (F4) 210.00 January January January 3,370.00 
Bond paper US (A4) 200.00 January January January 4,000.00 
Manila paper 45.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 450.00 
Elmer’s glue (big) 55.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 165.00 
Pentel pen Pilot ( black & blue) 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 600.00 
Pilot ink (black & blue) 110.00 January January January 1,320.00 
Ballpen Faber Castell (black,red & blue) 15.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 255.00 
US folder (long) 500.00 January January January 5 00.00 
Class Record ( Gr.4-6) 60.00 January January January 180.00 
K-12 Class Record (Kinder- Gr. 1-3) 95.00 January January January 285.00 
Cartolina Asstd. Neon 700.00 January January January 1,400.00 
Record book 500 leaves 120.00 January January January 240.00 
Form 2 50.00 January January January 300.00 
Form 48 40.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 200.00 
Plastic Fastener 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 380.00 
Yellow Pad Paper 30.00 January January January 90.00 
Liquid Eraser 50.00 January January January 400.00 
CDRW w/ case 55.00 January January January 825.00 
Data Filer box 110.00 January January January 660.00 
Transparent tape (2”) 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 200.00 
Sign Pen 90.00 January January January 270.00 
Paper clip jumbo 40.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 280.00 
Toner 3,300.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 3,300.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
REQUIREMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS 
Ri so Ink 1,500.00 Jan., June Jan., 
June 
Jan., June 1,500.00 
Extended Folder 14.00 January January January 14.00 
Thumb Tacks 9.00 January January January 9.00 
Velum 430.00 430.00 
SUB-TOTAL P 23,000.00 
 Utility Services 
 Light Bills P 3 600.00 Jan.-Dec P 1200.00 P 3600.00 
 Pupils/Staff Travel P 12 831.00 Jan.-Dec P 4277.00 P 12831.00 
SUB-TOTAL 16 431.00 
OTHER OFFICE SUPPLIES 
Tarpaulin Printing P 100.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec P 2,200.00 
Printer 3,300.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 6,600.00 
Grass Shears 750.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,500.00 
Fan Rake with Wood Handle 1,000.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,000.00 
Lawn Tools(Trowel, shovel, spade, fork) 2,500.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 2,500.00 
SUB-TOTAL 7,650.00 14,000.00 
REPAINTING AND REPAIR OF CEILINGS 
Latex Paint Gloss (Boysen) P 700.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,400.00 
Tinting Color 100.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 300.00 
Paint Brush 50.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 250.00 
Marine Plywood 375.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 4,500.00 
Enamel Paint Gloss (Boysen) 750.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 2,250.00 
Nail 75.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 300.00 
SUB-TOTAL P 2,050.00 9,000.00 
SUB-TOTAL P 49,131.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
REQUIREMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE P 
T 
A 
L 
GU 
OTHERS 
B. INTERNAL >To decrease the number of  Request district nurse to conduct June June June 
IMPROVEMENT Malnourished children Physical examination to pupils 
OBJECTIVES  Classify pupils based on health needs June June June 
 De-worm pupils w/ low normal Nut. July July July 
B.1 Improve Health Status 
And Nutritional  Administer Feeding Activities P 22 500.00 June-March June-March June-March P 
22500.00 
Program  Identifies specific dental & medical June-July June-July June-July 
services needed 
 Coordinates/Dist. Nurse.MHO. DOH June-March June-March June-March 
 Solicits support from stakeholders to July July July 
augment financials support to 
purchase medicines & supplementary 
 Organize School Feeding Program P 6 000.00 June June June 6 000.00 
 Prepares schedule of Feeding June June June 
 Tap parents in the preparation June June June 
 Solicit resources to sustain the program June June June 
B.2 Improve EFA >To increase the readiness  Conduct EFA advocacy Jan-March Jan-March Jan-March 
Performance Of Grade 1 entrants per  Conduct early enrolment of Grade 1 January January January 
Indicators SREa Entrants 
>Increase enrolment  Conduct a survey of Sch. Age children January January January 
And promote awareness age range 
>To increase participation  Conduct regular meeting w/ parents and June-March June-March June-March 
Rate ask assistance support for attendance of pupils 
>To increase retention rate  Maximize the tracking system to follow June-March June-March June-March 
>T maintain zero drop-out up the whereabouts of pupils 
Rate  Encourage parents to sustain their June-March June-March June-March 
>To increase promotion Rate support to their children needs and interest 
>To decrease Failure Rate in attending classes 
>To decrease repetition Rate  Conduct regular PTA meeting to report June-March June-March June-March 
pupils progress and disseminate policies 
SUB-TOTAL 
P 28 500.00 
P 
28500.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
REQUIREMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOO 
E 
PTA LGU OTHERS 
>To Maintain/Increase school  Intensive monitoring of pupils performance June-March June-March June-March 
MPS from 74.65 % to 80.0%  Collaborative meeting June-March June-March June-March 
 Ask assistance from parents/guardians to June-March June-March June-March 
Follow up their children 
>To conduct regular Periodical  Secure Test materials June-March June-March June-March 
Test in all learning areas  Conduct the test as scheduled June-March June-March June-March 
 Conduct item analysis/provide least skills June-March June-March June-March 
>To decrease the number of  Determine the reading level of pupils June June June 
Frustration level  Organize remedial classes July July July 
>To increase the number of  Organize functional reading materials April-May April-May April-May 
Instructional and Independent 
Level 
>To increase the number of  Conduct Math pretest June June June 
Numerates  Analyze and interpret the result June June June 
>To decrease the number of  Establish basic numeracy skill July July July 
Non-Numerates by 50 % 
> Intensify the implementation  Analyze diagnostic test result June June June 
Of Project DEAR in all grade level  Plan and develop activities to motivate June June June 
Pupils’ participation 
>To enhance reading skills of  Reduce the number of non-readers June-March June-March June-March 
pupils  Master the DOLCH’S Basic Sight Words June--October June- 
October 
June-October 
 Intensify remedial reading program July-March July-march 
>To enhance pupils participation  Prepare schedule of activities June June June 
In school co-curricular activities  Science Quiz Bee P 2 700.00 September September September P 2 
700.00 
>Allocate budget for travel  English Month Celebration P 1 800.00 November November November P 1 
800.00 
Allowance of pupils participation  MTAP Math Challenge P 2 700.00 January January January P 2 
700.00 
In district /division competition  Math Festival P 1 800.00 September September September P 1 
800.00 
 Read-A-Thon P 2 700.00 July July July P 2 
700.00 
 STEP Competition P 2 700.00 August August August P 2 
700.00 
SUB-TOTAL P 14 400.00 P14 400.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
RESOURCEMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF 
FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOO 
E 
PTCA LGU OTHERS 
C. EXTERNAL >To avail Textbooks in all  Conduct classroom inventory of Textbooks 
IMPROVEMENT Learning areas  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI March March March Submit to 
OBJECTIVES  MATHEMATICS I-VI March March March the 
 Science and health I-VI March March March District 
C.1. Provision  Filipino I-VI March March March Property 
Of Instructional  Sibika at kultura I-VI March March March Custodian 
Materials the 
inventory 
>To avail additional Teachers’  Conduct classroom inventory of Textbooks 
Manual in all learning area  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI March March March Submit to 
In all grade  MATHEMATICS I-VI March March March the 
 Science and health I-VI March March March District 
 Filipino I-VI March March March Property 
 Sibika at kultura I-VI March March March Custodian 
the 
inventory 
>Acquire Workbooks in all  Request budget allocation acquiring 
Learning area Workbooks in all learning area 
 ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI April April April Division 
 MATHEMATICS I-VI April April April Allocated 
 Science and health I-VI April April April Budget 
 Filipino I-VI April April April For work- 
 Sibika at kultura I-VI April April April books 
 Submit the inventory of Textbooks, Teacher April April April 
Manual, Workbooks to District Property Custodian 
>Acquire additional classroom 
Furniture from the Division  Request budget allocation acquiring 
office Workbooks in all learning area 
 ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI April April April Division 
>Acquire Multi-Media and  MATHEMATICS I-VI April April April Allocated 
Other learning equipment  Science and health I-VI April April April Budget 
>To avail Textbooks in all  Filipino I-VI April April April For work- 
Learning areas  Sibika at kultura I-VI April April April books 
 Submit the inventory of Textbooks, Teacher April April April 
Manual, Workbooks to District Property Custodian 
SUB-TOTAL
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
RESOURCEMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTCA LGU OTHERS 
C.2 Improve Physical >To request budget allocation  Prepare Project Of Work (POW) 
Facilities for Learning For repair and repaint school  Prepare and submit liquidation report 
classroom  Repainting of wall P 15 000.00 July July July P 15 000.00 
 Repainting of pupils desks P 9 000.00 July July July P 9 000.00 
>To request budget allocation  Construct/Develop other school facilities 
For the construction of school 1.Construction of Study Shed P 4 500.00 July P 4 500.00 
facilities 2.Replacement of wooden windows to 
jalousie 
P 60 000.00 
February 
P 60 000.00 
3.Repainting of desks P 6 000.00 August August August P 6 000.00 
4.Construction of Vegetable Garden P 4 500.00 July July July P 4 500.00 
5.Construction of school (MRF) P 6 000.00 April P 6 000.00 
Materials Recovery Facilities 
6.Sustain the beautification of the school P 7 500.00 June-March P 7 500.00 
Campus 
7. Replacement roofs P 60 000.00 February P 60 000.00 
*present the proposed projects/program 
*initiates fund raising activities 
*prepare solicitation letters 
*prepare completion reports 
Titling of School Site >To request tilling of the  Prepare the pertinent papers needed 
School Site  Request assistance from Division Office 
C.3 Increase Percentage >To encourage parents parti-  Organize organization of internal & External Jan.-March Jan.-March Jan.-March 
Of parents participation cipation in school Project/ Stakeholder, Pupils Organization, Parents Organization 
In school Project/Prog. Program/Activities  Participate in the National Sch. Maintenance May-June May-June May-June 
Activities  BRIGADA ESKWELA Week as scheduled 
 BRIGADA PLUS  Call PTA Meeting and identify school needs May May May 
 Identify stakeholders May May May 
 Organize committee for activities May May May 
 Generates fund for the activities May May May 
 Prepare pertinent papers/documents needed May May May 
SUB-TOTAL P 186 900.00 P 172 500.00
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE 
RESOURCEMENT 
TIME LINE 
AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND 
YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTCA LGU OTHERS 
>To sustain the implementation  Intensify greening project June-March June-March June-March 
Of ESWM  Maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of 
the school 
 Maintain the condition of the school June-March June-March June-March 
Materials Recovery Facility 
 Maintain proper segregation of Waste Matl’s June-March June-March June-March 
(Recyclable, Biodegradable. residual, Special) 
>To encourage parent’s  Organize Organization of Internal June-March June-March June-March 
Participation in school Programs And external stakeholders, pupils Org. 
Project/Activities  Parents Organization June-March June-March June-March 
 Provide records of local officials June-March June-March June-March 
 Brgy. Officials 
 Purok Officials 
SUB-TOTAL 
GRAND TOTAL 
P 303,726.00 P 303,726.00 
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MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY JURISSA N. ORQUITA LORENZO O. MACASOCOL TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D 
T-I/ SIC Chairman Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent 
MERLE L. LINAO SIXTO H.UYPALA JOSEFINA M. CAMBA 
Member Member Member
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ANNUAL 
IMPLEMENTATION 
PLAN
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PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
A.SCHOOL LEADERSHIP 
A.1 Improve >To enhance the competencies  Update the training needs of 
teacher 
Competencies of School Of School Head and teacher  Attend IN-SET, workshops, 
SLAC session 
Head and Teacher  SBM training on instructional 
competency 
P 
4670.00 
 Update teachers’ skills in ICT 
6760.00 
 Update teachers’ competency 
skills and 
4500.00 
teaching strategies 
 Teachers’ earn MA units 
>To construct additional IM’s in  Teacher construct effective 
and 
Every grading period appropriate instructional materials 
suitable for 
Grade level using SBM Fund 8 
865.00 
 Teacher maximize the 
utilization of 
appropriate IM’s varied teaching 
strategies/techniques 
In all learning area 
 Allocate budget for travel 
allowance for 
Teacher to attend training/seminar 
A.2. Improve the >To improve the level of  Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP 
ahead of time 
Implementation Implementation of BESRA-SBM  Call stakeholder in the 
formation of SIP/AIP 
Of BESRA-SBM practices
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PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
A.3 Implementation >To properly implement the sch.  Proper implementation of 
School MOOE and 
Of school MOOE and MOOE and SBRMS fund SBRMS fund 
SBRMS fund  Inform stakeholders any 
amount received 
 Implement the amount 
allocation based 
On based on the Project Of Work (POW) 
 Prepare and submit 
liquidation report 
SUB-TOTAL P 24 
795.00
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PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
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AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
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OBJECTIVES 
AREAS 
ACTIVITIES 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
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PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
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PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
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AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
Increase in all Grade level 
enrolment per grade level >conduct survey of s chool going SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
age 
chi ldren 
Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
-to decrease EFA 
performance indicator on B.2.2 SAPAGKAT/ Gulayan -to 
intensif 
y the 
implem 
ent- 
>prepare 
s chedule 
for 
nursery 
 Failure Rate Sa Paaralan ta tion 
of 
SAPAGK 
AT/ 
and 
garden 
 Repetition Rate Gulaya 
nsaPaar 
alan 
>secure 
seedling/ 
proper 
care 
B.4 Periodical Test -to conduct periodical test as >secure 
guideline 
s for 
scheduled impleme 
nta tion
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B.2.3 PantawidPamilyang Update 
records 
of 
benefici 
aries 
>monitor 
pupi l ’s 
attendan 
ce/ 
Pi l ipino Program/MCCT perform 
ance 
>prepare 
consolid 
ated 
monthly 
attendan 
ce 
B.5 Asses learning -assess learning outcomes B.2.4 Indigenous People Update 
records 
of IPs 
>monitor 
IPs 
attendan 
ce in s ch. 
outcomes and provide and provide interventions In the community >keep 
track of 
IPs 
record 
interventions to least to least learned skills >secure reviewers/intensive 
learned skills  Increase NAT 3 MPS review 
 Increase NAT 6 MPS >Saturday class 
B.6 Maintain School MPS -to maintain school MPS >intensive monitoring of pupils’ 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
performance 
>HRPTA/PTA meeting every after 
periodical test 
B.7 Reading Skills of pupils -to decrease the number of >conduct Phil-Iri pretest
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frustration level both in >regular utilization of Project 
Eng. &Fil. Dear 
-to increase the number of >remedial teaching to slow 
instructional level both in learners 
Eng. &Fil. >reinforcement to fast readers 
B.7.1 Project DEAR/FWAW/ -to intensify the >provide reading materials 
RTBAY implementation of Project >plan/develop activities to 
DEAR/FWAW/ RTBAY motivate pupils participation 
in all grade level >monitor/conduct reading 
program 
B.8 District Block-out ORPT -to enhance reading skills of >reduce the number of non-pupils 
readers 
B.9 School Sports -to participate in sports >train pupils for every event 
competition observable during the 
Zone Meet competitions 
District Meet >participate actively in all levels 
Dual Meet of competitions 
Unit Meet >assign coaches to develop the 
Provincial Meet athletes 
Regional Meet 
PALARO 
B.10 School Co-curricular -to enhance pupils’ >train pupils for every event 
Activities participation in school co- observable during the 
curricular activities competitions 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
 Reading Camp/ >participate actively in all levels 
English Festival Of competitions 
 Math Festival >assign coaches to develop the 
 MTAP ability of pupils 
 Science Month -develop pupils to learn skills in 
 Scouting Month each competency 
 STEP skills -conduct competition in school
School Improvement Plan 
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 Journalism level 
Filipino -join district level competition 
Yes Camp -increase achievement 
TOTALS 
C. EXTERNAL 
IMPROVEMENT 
OBJECTIVES 
C.1.Provision of 
Instructional Materials -to request additional >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office 
C.1.1 Acquire additional Textbooks in textbooks 
textbooks in all learning MTBLE 
areas in all grade Gr.I 
Level from the Div.office Gr.II 
K-12 Learner’s Material & Gr.III 
Teacher’s Guide For K-12 Musika 
MTBLE Gr.I 60 pcs. 
ENGLISH Gr.II 40 pcs. 
FILIPINO Gr.III 40 pcs. 
MATH Gr.IV40pcs. 
ARAL.PAN. Gr.V 40pcs. 
MAPEH Gr.VI 40pcs. 
EsP Sining 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs. 
Gr.V 40pcs. 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
EPP 
Gr.IV40pcs . 
Gr.V 40pcs . 
Gr.VI 40pcs . 
EPK 
Gr.I 60 pcs . 
Gr.II 40 pcs . 
Gr.III 40 pcs . 
Gr.IV40pcs .
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Gr.V 40pcs . 
Gr.VI 40pcs . 
Character Education 
Gr.I 60 pcs . 
Gr.II 40 pcs . 
Gr.III 40 pcs . 
Gr.IV40pcs . 
Gr.V 40pcs . 
Gr.VI 40pcs . 
C .1.2 Acqui re additional -to request additional TM >conduct clas s room inventory of To be delivered by Division Office 
Teachers Manual in all Science Teachers manual 
learning areas in all grade Gr.I 1 pc 
level from the Division Gr.II 1 pc.. 
Office Gr.III 1 pc. 
Musika 
Gr.I1 pc. 
Gr.II 1 pc 
Gr.III 1 pc 
Gr.IV1 pc 
Gr.V 1 pc 
Gr.VI 1 pc 
Sining 
Gr.I1 pc. 
Gr.II 1 pc 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
Gr.III 1 pc 
Gr.IV1 pc 
Gr.V 1 pc 
Gr.VI 1 pc 
EPP 
Gr.IV1 pc 
Gr.V 1 pc
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Gr.VI 1 pc 
EPK 
Gr.I1 pc. 
Gr.II 1 pc 
Gr.III 1 pc 
Gr.IV1 pc 
Gr.V 1 pc 
Gr.VI 1 pc 
Character Education 
Gr.I1 pc. 
Gr.II 1 pc 
Gr.III 1 pc 
Gr.IV1 pc 
Gr.V 1 pc 
Gr.VI 1 pc 
C.1.3 Acquire workbooks -to allocate budget for >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office 
in all learning areas for Reproduction of workbooks in all workbooks needed in all learning 
preschool learning areas for preschool areas 
25 pcs. English > reproduce workbooks for pre 
25 pcs. Math School in all learning areas 
25 pcs. Science 
25 pcs. Filipino 
C.1.3 Acquire workbooks -to request budget allocation >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office 
in all learning areas for in acquiring workbooks workbooks needed in all learning 
elementary in all learning areas areas 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
English 
Gr.I 60 pcs. 
Gr.II 40 pcs. 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs.
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PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT AREAS 
Gr.V 40pcs. 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
Science 
Gr.I 60 pcs. 
Gr.II 40 pcs. 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs. 
Gr.V 40pcs. 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
C.1.4. Acquire prototype -to request prototype lesson >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office 
Lesson plan and integrated plan and integrated Prototype lesson plan needed 
Reference book for reference books for teachers 
teachers  English 
 Math 
Math 
Gr.I 60 pcs. 
Gr.II 40 pcs. 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs. 
Gr.V 40pcs. 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
Filipino 
Gr.I 60 pcs. 
Gr.II 40 pcs. 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs. 
Gr.V 40pcs. 
Gr.VI 40pcs. 
Makabayan 
Gr.I 60 pcs. 
Gr.II 40 pcs. 
Gr.III 40 pcs. 
Gr.IV40pcs. 
Gr.V 40pcs.
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 Science 
 Filipino 
 Hekasi 
 EPK 
 EPP 
 Musika 
 Sining 
 Character Education 
C.2Acquire different -to request budget allocation >request gardening tools from To be delivered by Division Office 
tools in acquiring different tools the Division office 
for gardening from the >prepare list of tools needed 
Division office 
*pick mattock 
*shovel 
*rake 
*pruning shears 
*sprinkler can 
*axe 
*brush cutter 
-to request budget allocation >request H.E. utensils from To be delivered by Division Office 
for H.E. utensils from the the Division office 
Division Office >prepare list of utensils needed 
*big kettles 
*big carajay 
*measuring cup 
*measuring spoon 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
-to request budget allocation >request Industrial kit from To be delivered by Division Office 
for Industrial arts kits from the Division office 
the Division Office >prepare list of kits needed 
*hammer 
*cross cut saw
School Improvement Plan 
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51 
PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT AREAS 
-to request budget allocation >request laboratory apparatus/ To be delivered by Division Office 
for Science laboratory Equipment from div. office 
Apparatus/equipment >prepare list of utensils needed 
from the Division Office 
*test tube 
*test tube rack 
*test tube holder 
*Erlenmeyer flask 
*Florence flask 
*baker 
*wire gauge 
*tripod 
*alcohol lamp 
*barometer 
*weighing scale 
*graduated cylinder 
*steering rod 
-to request budget allocation >request office/classroom To be delivered by Division Office 
for office/classroom furniture from div. office 
Furniture from the Division >prepare list of utensils needed 
* 7 sets of teachers’ table 
chairs 
* one (1) cabinets 
* one (1) office table 
* 77 table and chairs set 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
*chisel 
*plains 
C.4 Acquire of multi - -request Division office to >conduct inventory To be delivered by Division Office 
media and other 
provide learning >request multi -media facility 
learning 
equipment from the Materials/audio visual aid From other sources
School Improvement Plan 
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52 
*complete computer set 
* Overhead projector 
*DVD player/tapes 
*Digital Camera 
*Sound System 
C.5 Repair and repaint -to request budget allocation >request for repair of classroom 
school classroom for the repair and >prepare program of work 
repaint school classroom >prepare and submit liquidation 
Fire Extinguiser 
Latex Gloss Boysen white 
Enamel Gloss Boysen white 
Tinting color latex 
Tinting color enamel 
Paint Brush #2 
Roller brush #6 w/pan 
Marine plywood 
Nails 
PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
C.5.1 Construction -to request budget allocation >request for repair of classroom of school facilities for the construction >prepare program of work 
Of school facilities >prepare and submit liquidation
School Improvement Plan 
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C.6 Titling of School 
Site 
-to request for titling of >prepare the pertinent papers 
school site >request assistance from the Div. 
Office 
C.7 District -to improve classroom and >improve the condition of 
School/classroom school environment school/classroom 
evaluation for District evaluation -secure checklist for school/ 
classroom evaluation 
-prepare the materials/facilities 
needed 
C.8 Adopt-a-school -to intensify the 
program implementation of Adopt-a- 
School program 
C.8.1 BrigadaEskwela -to participate in the >organize committee for the 
National Schools activity 
Maintenance Week >generate funds for the activities 
>prepare pertinent papers 
>perform the activity 
>submit report with 
documentation 
PRIORITY 
IMPROVEMENT AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D 
C.8.2 BrigadaEskwela 
Plus 
-to encourage the >perform activity that were not 
participation of remaining undertaken during the NSMW 
25% stakeholders period
School Improvement Plan 
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54 
C.8.3 Universal 
Medical 
-to participate >prepare and submit narrative 
Dental Care medical/dental program report 
>proper health care of pupils 
*provide list of pupils who have 
dental problems 
*secure parents consent 
*ask schedule of visit of medical/ 
dental personnel 
*prepare the necessary materials 
needed 
C.8.4 Ecological Solid -to sustain the >maintain cleanliness 
Waste Management implementation of ESWM >proper segregation of waste 
Program program material 
>maintain/practice 3 R’s in class 
>intensify greening projects 
C.8.5 Increase 
percentage 
-to encourage parents >organize organization of Internal 
of parents 
participation in 
participation in school & External stakeholders 
school 
programs/project/ 
Programs/projects/activities  Pupils organization 
activities  Teacher organization 
 Parent organization 
 Other stakeholders 
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 
AREAS 
OBJECTIVES 
PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ 
ACTIVITIES 
RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 
TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 
MOOE PTA LGU OTHER 
J F M A M J J A S O N D
School Improvement Plan 
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55 
 Alumni/Youth organization 
 Senior Citizen 
 NGO 
>provide records of local officials 
 Barangay officials 
 Purok officials 
 Other org. in the community 
Prepared by: District Review and Approval Committee: 
MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY, T-II JURISSA N. ORQUITA 
School Head ESP-I, District In-charge 
MERLE L. LINAO,ESP-1 SIXTO H. UYPALA,ESP-1 JOSEFINA M. CAMBA, HT--3 
Member Member Member 
Recommending Approval: APPROVED: 
LORENZO O. MACASOCOL TEOFILA G. CABATUAN ,Ph.D 
Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent 
.
School Improvement Plan 
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CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
56 
MONITORING 
STRUCTURE 
AND PLAN
School Improvement Plan 
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57
School Improvement Plan 
S.Y. 2014-2016 
CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 
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School Improvement Plan 
S.Y. 2014-2016 
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Cacawan sip 2014-2016 final 3

  • 1. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 1 Republic of the Philippines DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION Caraga Administrative Region Division of Surigao del Sur Tandag CERTIFICATION To Whom It May Concern: THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the District Review and Appraisal Committee has reviewed and appraised the School Improvement Plan (SIP) of Cacawan Elementary School and is found complete, and has the essentials of the following: I. Endorsement Letter: __________________ II. Introduction: ____________________ III . Profile: __________________ IV. Situational Analysis: ___________________ V. Guiding Principles __________________ VI. School goals and Objectives: __________________ VII. 3-Year Work and Financial: VIII Annual Implementation Plan: __________________ IX Monitoring and Evaluation Structure: And Plan _________________ Reviewed and Appraised by: JURISSA N. ORQUITA Chairperson SIXTO H. UYPALA MERLE L. LINAO JOSEFINA M. CAMBA Member Member Member Recommending Approval: LORENZO O. MACASOCOL Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Approved and Accepted: TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. Schools Division Superintendent
  • 2. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS Endorsement Introduction I. School Guiding Principles II. School and Community Profile a. School Profile b. Community Profile III. Situational Analysis a. School Performance b. Instructional Materials c. Personnel Profile d. Physical Facilities e. School Management IV. School Goals and Objectives a. Streams Analysis b. School Goal Chart V. Priority Improvement Areas a. 3-Year Work and Financial Plan b. Annual Implementation Plan VI. Organizing for Implementation a. Monitoring and Evaluation Plan ANNEXES School Operating Budget Monthly Cash Programming Annual Procurement Plan
  • 3. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 3 January 31 , 2014 TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. Schools Division Superintendent Division of Surigao del Sur Madam: Greetings! We are happy to inform you that Cacawan Elementary School has completed the School Improvement Plan for 2014-2016 which we are hereby endorsing for your review/acceptance. We wish to inform your office that this SIP is a product of the collaborative efforts of parents, community leaders, teachers, alumni, pupils under the leadership of Miss Marivic D. Sumagaysay Thank you and regards, Sincerely yours, MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY MARITES F. BONJOC ALFREDO R. FEROLINO School Head SGC Chairman Head, School Planning Team
  • 4. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 4 School Development Plan Land Titles/Tax Declaration INTRODUCTION This is the School Improvement Plan (SIP) of Cacawan Elementary School in conformity to the mandate of Republic Act No. 9155 otherwise known as Basic Education Act. This plan was set up through the collaborative endeavor of the various stakeholders of Cacawan Elementary School which encompasses the school head, the teachers, Barangay officials headed by the Barangay Captain and the Chairman on the Committee of Education, Sitio Officials headed by the Sitio President, and the PTA officials headed by the PTA President collectively with the parents and the GKK members and officials convened and discussed the school’s dilemmas and elucidations for the advancement of the school. A comprehensive dialogue and planning of the stakeholders entailed a definite analysis of the needs and primary concern of the school, the learners. Accordingly, this School Improvement Plan is blueprint that aimed at and created to improve the quality of achievement of the pupils and enhance the professional growth of the teachers.
  • 5. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 5 ACCEPTANCE OF STAKEHOLDERS This is the School Improvement Plan of Cacawan Elementary School in compliance of the mandate provided from Republic Act No. 9155 as Basic Education Act. This plan develops through the collaborative effort of Cacawan Elementary School personnel, which comprises the School In-Charge and two teachers teaching combination classes, Barangay Officials headed by the Barangay Captain and committee of Education Chairman, Sitio Officials headed by the Sitio President, and the PTA Officials headed by the general PTA President together with the parents and the GKK members and officials. Making of the plan is done through assembly meeting. It is being develop for the specific purpose which is to improve the quality of achievement of the pupils, teachers as well as the school. Endorsement: GALO P. RENDON MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY Barangay Captain School In-charge EDDIE L. RENDON ALFREDO R. FEROLINO Chairman on Committee on Education PTA President ERNESTO V. DONQUE RODRIGO D. LARIOSA Sitio President GKK President Noted by: JURISSA N. ORQUITA PRINCIPAL-I / District In-charge
  • 6. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 6 GUIDING PRINCIPLES
  • 7. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 7 I. VALUES, VISION, MISSION_____________________________________ Core Values The school adheres to the following values of the Department of Education: Maka-Dios Maka-Tao Makakalikasan Makabansa Vision: We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their potential 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 complete basic education where: Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating environment. Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner. Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen. Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners.
  • 8. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 8 PROFILE
  • 9. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 9 II. SCHOOL & COMMUNITY PROFILE I. SCHOOL PROFILE Cacawan Elementary School is located at Sitio Cacawan, western part of Barangay Cambatong, Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur of CARAGA Administrative Region. The school is composed of seventy-eight (78) pupils, forty-eight (48) male and thirty-seven (37) female in three (3) classrooms building on the hilly site of 10,000 square meters land area. It is owned by the Department of Education through Deed of Donation. All classrooms need minor repair and repainting on inner walls. The wooden windows of the PTA Building must be replaced by jalousie. Location The school is located at the western part of Barangay Cambatong where the famous Enchanted River is situated. It is 27.2 kilometers away from Hinatuan North District Office. The Sitio of Cacawan is not as accessible like any other place, the only transportation is to ride a motorcycle or “habal-habal” which demands a high fare when hired.
  • 10. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 10 Community Profile A. Socio-Cultural Life Eighty-five (85) percent of the population in Sitio Cacawan is Cebuano and Boholano and the remaining fifteen (15) percent are Kamayos who are descendants of Indigeneous group called the Mandayas. Eighty percent of the population of the community is active in involving themselves in the different activities as they are divided into three main religions namely: Roman Catholic, Katolikong Tinago and Iglesiang Tinago. The other twenty percent (20%) are not involving in any religious activities. B. Economic Life The topography of Sitio Cacawan is characterized as plain and hilly.It is cultivated by the Sitio residents as it is appropriate for cacao, coffee, coconut and corn propagation. Some of them are into falcata farming as additional source of income. The sitio has insufficient water supply, thus the rain collector serves as the source of water. They need to travel 10-20 kilometers just to have drinkable water and has to laundry their clothes during dry season. Aside from this, the poor road condition is another factor which affects the life of the residents of Sitio Cacawan. Its inaccessibility lead to high cost of transportation for farm products which is another aggregating factor for the economic problem of the populace of Sitio Cacawan and the reason for the dwindling of its population. C. Political Condition ` The community is very active in political activities which is very evident in their very passionate support for the programs of the Local Government Unit. The Sitio President brings to the Barangay Council the sentiments and angst of the community for the development and progress of Sitio Cacawan.
  • 11. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 11 D. Geo-Political Life The estimated land area of Sitio Cacawan is 650,000 square meters wherein 500,000 square meters is turn to agricultural area. It is exactly located in the western part of Barangay Cambatong, bounded by Sitio Dreamland in the East and Sitio Ambacon, Villaverde, Tagbina Surigao del Sur on the west. E. Demographic Information The total population of Sitio Cacawan is 124 and the total numbers of household is twenty-four (24). Twenty-seven percent of the populations are children ages 6-11 years old. The total number of children regularly attending Cacawan Elementary School is
  • 12. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 12 SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
  • 13. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 13 The following areas are the primary concern which requires a thorough situational analysis: 1. School Performance 2. Instructional Materials 3. Personnel Profile 4. Physical Facilities 5. School Management 1. Pupils Performance On School National Achievement Test (NAT) Subject Areas 2012- 2013 2011- 2012 2010- 2011 2009- 2010 English 77.03 78.57 84.17 79.82 Math 73.76 81.35 81.17 81.07 Science 63.90 80.05 78.50 68.57 Filipino 76.43 76.59 69.83 82.14 Makabayan 71.25 80.63 88.00 82.50 TOTAL 72.40 79.54 80.33 78.82
  • 14. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 14 Performance Indicator in the Past five Years Percentage by School Year 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009 Repetition Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Transition Rate 117.65% 73% 76.47% 76.47% 62.96%% Graduation Rate 100% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Completion Rate 92.31% 81% 155.55% 155.55% 125.0% Promotion Rate 100.0% 100% 100.0% 100.0% 100.0% Cohort-Survival Rate 92.31% 81% 155.55% 155.55% 125.0% Drop Out Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Failure Rate 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% 0.0% Retention Rate 103.57% 87.0% 126.92% 126.92% 66.67% Participation Rate 118.92% 187.0% 183.87% 183.87% 98.07% The aforementioned performance indicators is reflected in a graph to clearly visualize the increase and the decrease of the pupils’ achievement. In order to come up with appropriate and adequate interventions to improve the performance of the learners and the school as a whole the school together with the different stakeholders planned appropriate interventions.
  • 15. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 15 2. Instructional Materials Instructional materials are an important tool use by teachers for the learning process to be effective and efficient. Minimal use of IMs’ tends to limit the discussion and the exploration for any given learning task. The school has the following serviceable teaching materials: 1. Fraction Kit 2. Terrestrial Globe 3. Magnets 4. Window Cards 6. Abacus 7. Reproductive System Model 8. Digestive System Model 3. Personnel Profile The teaching faculty of Cacawan Elementary School comprises of two esxperienced teachers headed by a school in-charge who is also handling combination classes. The few years of teaching experience would require additional seminars to improve their teaching strategies. Considering the fact that handling multi-grade classes is not an easy task, the teachers must adhere to maximum tolerance and flexibility in teaching. Additional report to be accomplished on time is an additional burden to the School In-Charge who is handling classes at the same time.
  • 16. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 16 Personnel Organizational Chart 4. Physical Facilities Our school is made up of the following physical facilities: a. School site Our school is occupying 10 000 square meters of land area. It is donated by Mr. Teodoro Ferolino thorugh the effort of the first PTA president, Mr. Inocencio Lariosa. The school holds a copy of the Deed of donation to attest to the said donation. b. School Building Type of Building No. of Classrooms Uses 1. PTA Building 2 Grade V & VI Room/SIC Office 2. Conventional Building 1 Grade III & IV Room 3. Conventional building 1 Grade V & VI The PTA building needs total repair while the other two buildings need minor repairs and painting. And with the onslaught of technology, the teaching staff of Cacawan Elementary School aims to create an E-Classroom with the support of its stakeholders.
  • 17. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 17 c. Water Facilities There is no permanent source of water in Sitio Cacawan. There is one malfunctioning rain collectors that need minor repair. It is situated inside the school but it is owned by the sitio and the sitio residents also use the said rain collector. There was a new rain collector constructed in the sitio however, during dry season there is scarcity of water. So the rain collector inside the school is still being use by the residents. However, the municipality has started constructing water pipeline that will provide potable water within the year. d. School Management Planning, mobilizing, programming, implementing, monitoring and evaluating are but the few tasks that the School In-charge must deal with. Hindering factors such as scarcity of budget limits the school and the stakeholders to implement proposed programs and activities. Though the school was a recipient of SBM it was not adequate to meet the demands of the school. However, there is another SBM grant which the school is scheduled to receive. The School In-charge aims to use the aforementioned budget to implement changes and improvement in the school.
  • 18. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 18 SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART
  • 19. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 19 OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS Goal : Improve Learners Performance Purpose: Maintain School MPS of 81.52 % CONTRIBUTORY OBJECTIVES A. SCHOOL LEADERSHIP A.1. Improve Competencies of school Head and Teachers School Head & Teachers Training Prepare Training Design Prepared Prepare Training materials Prepared Conduct Training Conducted Evaluate Results evaluated A.1.1 School Head attend enhancement training on SBM Instructional Competency training of School Head Enhancement training needs Updated A.1.2 NCBTS/TSNA/IPPD Training of teachers in teaching strategies/ICT Attend Training Attended A.1.3 INSET A.1.4 Encourage teachers to construct additional materials every grading period Construct additional instructional materials *Construct at-least 2 IMs every grading period Constructed A.1.5 Encourage teachers to continuously earn MA Units and Doctoral units Teacher enroll MA and Doctoral classes Enroll MA and Doctoral Classes Enrolled/ Earned A.1.6 Allocate budget for Travel allowance of teachers who attend trainings/seminars Allocate budget Prepare necessary papers for travel allowance Allocated A.2 Improve the implementation of BESRA-SBM practices Intensify implementation of Revised SBM Practices  Continuous SBM Advocacy  Monitor/Evaluate SBM Implementation Improved Improve BESRA-SBM practices A.2.1 Submission of SIP/AIP/APP/MCP Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP *Call stakeholders in the formulation of AIP/SIP Submitted A.2.2 Submission of CB-PAST Submit CB-PAST ahead of time *Prepare the CB-PAST based on the indicators Prepared A.2.3 Monitoring of Teachers Improve the performance and teaching strategies of Teachers *Conduct regular monitoring of teachers Conducted A.2.4 Implementation of School MOOE Fund Implement the school MOOE fund properly *Proper implementation of school MOOE fund Implemented a. Allocate budget for Building Re-wiring b. Stage c. A.2.5 Strengthening the Educational Management Information System Update the records of the school EMIS *Update the records in the EMIS Updated A.2.5 Strengthening the SBM Practices Update the records of SBM corner A.3 Integrate GAD core messages in all learning areas Integrate GAD core messages in all learning areas *Attend training/symposium about GAD Integrated *Integrate GAD concept in all learning areas A.3.1 Allocate 5% budget from MOOE Fund for the integration of GAD A.4 Design Action Research Conduct school based research *Prepare a school-based training design Conducted *Prepare a research proposal A.5 Procurement of school & Office supply Allocate budget for school and Office supply *Procure school and Office supply Procured A.6 Allocate budget for travel allowance of School Head and teachers School Head and teachers attend training *Submit report to the District Office Allocated
  • 20. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 20 SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS A.7 Allocate budget for school maintenance services Payment for Water and Electric Bills Receipt of payment Allocated/ Paid A.8 Allocate budget for travel Allowance of pupil’s participation in higher level competitions Develop pupils skills and Talent Prepare Travel Order Allocated Participation to different competition Participated A.9 Allocate budget for reproduction of test materials Payment for reproduction/Photocopy of Test Papers Receipt of Payment/ OR/Purchase Request Allocated/Paid A.10 Allocate budget for office equipment/furniture B. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES B.1Provision of Elementary Education B.1.1 increase Grade I entrants with ECD by 2% Increase Grade I Entrants w/ECD *Conduct a survey of basic school age Children Conducted/Increased B.1.2 Increase the readiness of Grade I entrants per SReA Increase the readiness of Grade I entrants per SReA *Conduct EFA advocacy Conducted/Increased *Conduct early enrolment of Grade I Entrants B.1.3 Increase enrolment by 2 % By grade level Enrolment in all grade levels increase by 2% Conduct a survey of school age children Conducted/Increased I House to House Campaign II III IV V VI B.2 Improve Health and Nutrition Program *Decrease the number of malnourished children Identify the Nutritional status of pupils Improved *Coordinate with the Health and nutrition Unit Coordinated B.2.1 Food For School Program Request food supply to National Authority *Organize school feeding Program Organized *Identify the names & number of recipient Identified *Call a meting with parents and disseminate the guidelines of Conducted distribution B.2.2 Feeding Program Organize functional School Feeding Program *Tap BLGU assistance Conducted *Inform parents Informed
  • 21. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 21 SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS B.2.3 SAPAGKAT/Gulayan sa Paaralan Intensify the implementation of SAPAGKAT/ Gulayan sa Paaralan *Prepare area for nursery and Garden Prepared *Secure seedling Secured *Maintain the proper care of plant in the garden Maintained *Secure guidelines for implementation Secured B.2.4 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program To request for the sustainable implementation of 4 Ps *Identify the names & number of beneficiaries Identified *Conduct proper dissemination of the program Conducted *Monitor the attendance /Nutritional status of beneficiaries Monitored *Prepare consolidated monthly attendance of beneficiaries prepared B. Increase No. of Graduates and Improve EFA performance indicators of Elem. level Number of Graduates improved *conduct a family survey to find out school age children and Increased promote awareness of stakeholders on school age range B.3.1 Increase Participation Rate by 2 % Increase participation by 2 % *Intensive progress tracking of school’s Quarterly performance Increased B.3.2 Maintain Graduation Rate by 100% Maintain 100% Graduation Rate *Conduct regular meeting with the parents and ask support Maintained For good attendance B.3.3 Increase Retention Rate by 2% Increase Retention Rate by 2% *Maximize the tracking system to follow up the whereabouts of Increased pupils B.3.4 Increase Cohort –Survival Rate by 2 % Increase Cohort –Survival Rate by 2 % *Encourage parents to sustain their support to their children’s Increased need & interest in attending class B.3,5 Increase Completion Rate by 2% Increase Completion Rate by 2% Conduct Regular Meeting/ Always encourage parent to send their Increased Children in school B.3.6 Maintain zero % Drop –Out Maintain zero % Drop –Out Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Maintained disseminate policies B.3.7 Increase Promotion Rate by 2 % Increase Promotion Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Increased disseminate policies B.3.8 Decrease Failure Rate by 2 % Decrease Failure Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Decreased disseminate policies B.3.9 Increase Transition Rate by 2 % Increase Transition Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Increased disseminate policies
  • 22. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 22 OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS B.3.10 Decrease Repetition Rate by 2 % Decrease Repetition Rate by 2 % Conduct regular PTA meeting to report pupil’s progress and Decreased disseminate policies B.4 Conduct Periodical test in all learning areas Conduct Periodical test in all learning areas *Secure test materials Conducted *conduct test as scheduled *Conduct item analysis /provide least-learned skills B.5 Assess learning outcomes and provide interventions to Least learned skills Assess learning outcomes and provide interventions to Least - *Make a list of least –learned skills Assessed Least skills *Make an item analysis Conducted B.5.1 Maintain result of grade VI NAT by 81.63 % Maintain MPS NAT Grade 6 of 81.63 % *Prepare NAT action plan with review schedule Maintained *Conduct meeting with parents and ask assistance B.5.2 Increase result of grade III NAT by 2 % Increase the NAT grade III by 2 % *Prepare NAT action plan with review schedule Maintained *Conduct meeting with parents and ask assistance B.5.3 Maintain /Increase school MPS Maintain /Increase school MPS * Conduct meeting with parents and teachers Increased/Maintai ned Filipino *Make a review English Mathematics Science & Health Filipino MAKABAYAN Overall result B.6 Enhance reading skills of pupils both English and Filipino on Phil-IRI Reading skills of pupils both English & Filipino on Phil-IRI *Conduct pre- test to identify the reading level of pupils Enhanced B.6.1 Decrease the number of Frustration level by 2 % Decrease the number of Frustration level by 2 % *Provide tracking system to monitor the pupils reading progress Decreased English Filipino B.6 Increase the number of instructional level by 2 % Increase the number of instructional level by 2 % *Provide Reading materials Increased *Encourage pupils to read always B.6.3 Project DEAR/FWAW/RTBY Intensify the implementation of Project DEARFWAW/RTBY in all Grade levels *Plan & develop activities to motivate pupil’s participation Implemented Enhance reading skills of pupils *Conduct contest suited for each grade level *prepare awards for participants B.7 District Block-Out ORPT Enhance reading skills of pupils *Reduce the number of non-Readers Enhanced *Master the Dolch Basic Sight Words *Intensify remedial reading program
  • 23. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 23 SCHOOL GOALS AND OBJECTIVES CHART OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS B.8 School Sports Participate in Sports Competition *Train pupils for any event Trained Zone Meet *Observe pupils performance Participated District Meet *Participate actively in all levels of competition Dual Meet *Assign coaches to develop the athletes B.9 Enhance pupil’s participation in School Co-Curricular activities Pupils participate school Co-Curricular activities *Participate actively in all levels of competition Enhanced B.9.1 Journalism To acquire knowledge and skills on Basic Journalism *Attend training on Basic Journalism, writing & page lay-outing Attended *Train coaches/pupils B.9.2 MTAP Enhance reading performance of pupils *Plan and develop activities to invite pupils participation Conducted Reading Camp *Conduct contest suited for each grade level English Festival *Prepare awards/prizes for participants Balagtasan Math Festival Science Festival C.EXTERNAL IMPROVEMENT C.1 Provision of Instructional Materials C.1.1 Acquire Additional textbooks & TM in all learning areas in all grades FROM Request additional textbooks from Division Office *Conduct classroom inventory Received Division Office for K to 12 Learner’s Materials and Teaching Guide English 20pc s +1/ Grade level *Submit inventory report to District Property Custodian submitted MTBMLE Math 20pcs+1 / Grade level *Receive Textbooks & TM from Division Office ENGLISH Science 20pcs+1/ Grade level Request copy of delivery Receipt FILIPINO Filipino 20pcs+1/ Grade level MATH Sibika 20pcs+1/ Grade 1-3 ARAL PAN HEKASI 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 ESP EPP 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 MSEP 20pcs+1/ Grade 4-6 C.2 Acquire different tools for Gardening through MOOE Fund Allocation budget allocation in acquiring different tools for *Request Gardening Tools from the Division Office Received gardening from the Division Office as listed below: *prepare list of tools needed 1 Pc Pick mattock 1 Pc shovel 1 Pc rake 1 pc Pruning shear 1 pc Sprinkler can C. 3 Reproduce workbooks for K to 12 LM’s and TG’s C.3 Acquire multi-media and other learning equipment from Division Office Acquire multi-media and other learning equipment from Division *Request multi media and other learning equipment from Received Office as listed below: Division Office 1 TV Set 1 Pc Karaoke 1 Pc Digital Camera
  • 24. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 24 OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS C.4 Repair and repaint school Classroom in Elementary Request budget allocation for the repair and repaint of *Request for repair of classroom from the Division Office Repaired/Repainted school classroom in Elementary *Prepare Program of work *Prepare and Submit liquidation report C.5 Construct school Facilities in Elementary Request budget allocation for the construction of school *Request for repair of classroom from the Division Office & LGU Constructed facilities *Prepare program of Work  Canteen *Prepare and Submit liquidation report  Study Shed  School MRF C.6 Titling of School site Request titling of the school Site *Prepare the pertinent papers needed Titled *Request assistance from the Division Office C.7 District school/ Classroom evaluation Improve classroom and School environment for District *Improve the condition of school/ Classroom Improved Evaluation *Secure checklist for school/Classroom evaluation * Prepare the materials/facilities needed in school & Classroom *Interpret and analyze the result C.8 Adopt-A-School Program Intensify the implementation of Adopt-A-School program Encourage stakeholders to support the Program Implemented C.8.1 Brigada Eskwela Join the National Schools Maintenance Week Program *Participate in the National Schools Maintenance Week as scheduled Participated/ *Organize committee for the activities Conducted/ *Assign chairman for each committee Joined/Prepared/ *Generate funds for the activities Assigned/Performed *Prepare pertinent papers /document needed *Perform the activities indicated in the plan C.8.2 Brigada Eskwela Plus Ask stakeholders to continue their support within a year ‘s *Perform the activities that were not Undertaken during the NSMW Performed implementation period *Prepare and submit narrative report C.8.3 Universal Medical Dental Care Eliminate Pupils Dental Problem *Proper health care of pupils Eliminated *provide list of pupils who have Dental problems *secure parent’s Consent *Ask schedule of visit of medical/Dental Personnel *Prepare the necessary materials needed C.8.4 Ecological Solid Waste Management Program Sustain the implementation of ESWM Program *Intensify greening Program Maintained *Maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of the school *Maintain the condition of the school’s MRF C. 8.5 C.9 DISASTER RISK REDUCTION MANAGEMENT COUNCIL
  • 25. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 25 OBJECTIVES SUMMARY OBJECTIVE VERIFICATION INDICATORS MEANS OF VERIFICATIONS IMPORTANT ASSUMPTIONS *Maintain proper segregation of waste Materials (Recyclable , Biodegradable, ,Residual and Special) C.8.5 Increase percentage of parent’s participation in school program and Project To encourage parent’s participation in school programs *Organize organization of internal and Increased and projects External stakeholders *Pupil Organization *Teacher organization *Parent Organization *Alumni Organization *Youth Organization *Senior citizen Organization *fishermen Organization *Provide records of local officials  Barangay  Purok Prepared by District Review and Appraisal Committee Recommending Approval APPROVED: MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY JURISSA N. ORQUITA ,ESP-I TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D. School Head Chairman Schools Division Superintendent MERLE L. LINAO ,ESP-I SIXTO H. UYPALA ,ESP-I JOSEFINA M. CAMBA Member Member Member
  • 26. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 26 3-YEAR WORK AND FINANCIAL PLAN
  • 27. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 27 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS A.SCHOOL LEADERSHIP A.1 Improve >To enhance the competencies  Update the training needs of teacher April April April Competencies of School Of School Head and teacher  Attend IN-SET, workshops, SLAC session April April April Head and Teacher  SBM training on instructional competency P 4670.00 Feb. P 4670.00  Update teachers’ skills in ICT 6760.00 Feb. 6760.00  Update teachers’ competency skills and 4500.00 Feb. 4500.00 teaching strategies  Teachers’ earn MA units April April April >To construct additional IM’s in  Teacher construct effective and April April April Every grading period appropriate instructional materials suitable for Grade level using SBM Fund 8 865.00 8865.00  Teacher maximize the utilization of Jan-March Jan-March Jan-March appropriate IM’s varied teaching strategies/techniques In all learning area  Allocate budget for travel allowance for January January January Teacher to attend training/seminar A.2. Improve the >To improve the level of  Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP ahead of time Implementation Implementation of BESRA-SBM  Call stakeholder in the formation of SIP/AIP Of BESRA-SBM practices practices A.3 Implementation >To properly implement the sch.  Proper implementation of School MOOE and Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Of school MOOE and MOOE and SBRMS fund SBRMS fund SBRMS fund  Inform stakeholders any amount received Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec.  Implement the amount allocation based Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. On based on the Project Of Work (POW)  Prepare and submit liquidation report Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. Jan.-Dec. SUB-TOTAL P 24 795.00 P 24795.00
  • 28. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 28 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS A.4 Strengthening of >to update the records of the  Update the records in the EMIs (3-year back) April April April Educational Management School EMIs  Provide complete records for each module April April April Information system  Refer to the EMIs Handbook for filling of data April April April >To allocate budget for school And office supplies  Prepare list of needed supplies Jan. Jan. Jan. A.5 Procurement of  Follow the procedures/guidelines of proper procurement Jan. Jan. Jan. supplies  Procure the following school and other Jan.,June Jan.,June Jan.,June Office supplies Daily Log P 80.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June P 960.00 School Register 50.00 January January January 300.00 Bond paper US (F4) 210.00 January January January 3,370.00 Bond paper US (A4) 200.00 January January January 4,000.00 Manila paper 45.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 450.00 Elmer’s glue (big) 55.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 165.00 Pentel pen Pilot ( black & blue) 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 600.00 Pilot ink (black & blue) 110.00 January January January 1,320.00 Ballpen Faber Castell (black,red & blue) 15.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 255.00 US folder (long) 500.00 January January January 5 00.00 Class Record ( Gr.4-6) 60.00 January January January 180.00 K-12 Class Record (Kinder- Gr. 1-3) 95.00 January January January 285.00 Cartolina Asstd. Neon 700.00 January January January 1,400.00 Record book 500 leaves 120.00 January January January 240.00 Form 2 50.00 January January January 300.00 Form 48 40.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 200.00 Plastic Fastener 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 380.00 Yellow Pad Paper 30.00 January January January 90.00 Liquid Eraser 50.00 January January January 400.00 CDRW w/ case 55.00 January January January 825.00 Data Filer box 110.00 January January January 660.00 Transparent tape (2”) 50.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 200.00 Sign Pen 90.00 January January January 270.00 Paper clip jumbo 40.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 280.00 Toner 3,300.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 3,300.00
  • 29. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 29 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTA LGU OTHERS Ri so Ink 1,500.00 Jan., June Jan., June Jan., June 1,500.00 Extended Folder 14.00 January January January 14.00 Thumb Tacks 9.00 January January January 9.00 Velum 430.00 430.00 SUB-TOTAL P 23,000.00  Utility Services  Light Bills P 3 600.00 Jan.-Dec P 1200.00 P 3600.00  Pupils/Staff Travel P 12 831.00 Jan.-Dec P 4277.00 P 12831.00 SUB-TOTAL 16 431.00 OTHER OFFICE SUPPLIES Tarpaulin Printing P 100.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec P 2,200.00 Printer 3,300.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 6,600.00 Grass Shears 750.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,500.00 Fan Rake with Wood Handle 1,000.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,000.00 Lawn Tools(Trowel, shovel, spade, fork) 2,500.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 2,500.00 SUB-TOTAL 7,650.00 14,000.00 REPAINTING AND REPAIR OF CEILINGS Latex Paint Gloss (Boysen) P 700.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 1,400.00 Tinting Color 100.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 300.00 Paint Brush 50.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 250.00 Marine Plywood 375.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 4,500.00 Enamel Paint Gloss (Boysen) 750.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 2,250.00 Nail 75.00 Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec Jan.-Dec 300.00 SUB-TOTAL P 2,050.00 9,000.00 SUB-TOTAL P 49,131.00
  • 30. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 30 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE P T A L GU OTHERS B. INTERNAL >To decrease the number of  Request district nurse to conduct June June June IMPROVEMENT Malnourished children Physical examination to pupils OBJECTIVES  Classify pupils based on health needs June June June  De-worm pupils w/ low normal Nut. July July July B.1 Improve Health Status And Nutritional  Administer Feeding Activities P 22 500.00 June-March June-March June-March P 22500.00 Program  Identifies specific dental & medical June-July June-July June-July services needed  Coordinates/Dist. Nurse.MHO. DOH June-March June-March June-March  Solicits support from stakeholders to July July July augment financials support to purchase medicines & supplementary  Organize School Feeding Program P 6 000.00 June June June 6 000.00  Prepares schedule of Feeding June June June  Tap parents in the preparation June June June  Solicit resources to sustain the program June June June B.2 Improve EFA >To increase the readiness  Conduct EFA advocacy Jan-March Jan-March Jan-March Performance Of Grade 1 entrants per  Conduct early enrolment of Grade 1 January January January Indicators SREa Entrants >Increase enrolment  Conduct a survey of Sch. Age children January January January And promote awareness age range >To increase participation  Conduct regular meeting w/ parents and June-March June-March June-March Rate ask assistance support for attendance of pupils >To increase retention rate  Maximize the tracking system to follow June-March June-March June-March >T maintain zero drop-out up the whereabouts of pupils Rate  Encourage parents to sustain their June-March June-March June-March >To increase promotion Rate support to their children needs and interest >To decrease Failure Rate in attending classes >To decrease repetition Rate  Conduct regular PTA meeting to report June-March June-March June-March pupils progress and disseminate policies SUB-TOTAL P 28 500.00 P 28500.00
  • 31. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 31 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOO E PTA LGU OTHERS >To Maintain/Increase school  Intensive monitoring of pupils performance June-March June-March June-March MPS from 74.65 % to 80.0%  Collaborative meeting June-March June-March June-March  Ask assistance from parents/guardians to June-March June-March June-March Follow up their children >To conduct regular Periodical  Secure Test materials June-March June-March June-March Test in all learning areas  Conduct the test as scheduled June-March June-March June-March  Conduct item analysis/provide least skills June-March June-March June-March >To decrease the number of  Determine the reading level of pupils June June June Frustration level  Organize remedial classes July July July >To increase the number of  Organize functional reading materials April-May April-May April-May Instructional and Independent Level >To increase the number of  Conduct Math pretest June June June Numerates  Analyze and interpret the result June June June >To decrease the number of  Establish basic numeracy skill July July July Non-Numerates by 50 % > Intensify the implementation  Analyze diagnostic test result June June June Of Project DEAR in all grade level  Plan and develop activities to motivate June June June Pupils’ participation >To enhance reading skills of  Reduce the number of non-readers June-March June-March June-March pupils  Master the DOLCH’S Basic Sight Words June--October June- October June-October  Intensify remedial reading program July-March July-march >To enhance pupils participation  Prepare schedule of activities June June June In school co-curricular activities  Science Quiz Bee P 2 700.00 September September September P 2 700.00 >Allocate budget for travel  English Month Celebration P 1 800.00 November November November P 1 800.00 Allowance of pupils participation  MTAP Math Challenge P 2 700.00 January January January P 2 700.00 In district /division competition  Math Festival P 1 800.00 September September September P 1 800.00  Read-A-Thon P 2 700.00 July July July P 2 700.00  STEP Competition P 2 700.00 August August August P 2 700.00 SUB-TOTAL P 14 400.00 P14 400.00
  • 32. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 32 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE RESOURCEMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOO E PTCA LGU OTHERS C. EXTERNAL >To avail Textbooks in all  Conduct classroom inventory of Textbooks IMPROVEMENT Learning areas  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI March March March Submit to OBJECTIVES  MATHEMATICS I-VI March March March the  Science and health I-VI March March March District C.1. Provision  Filipino I-VI March March March Property Of Instructional  Sibika at kultura I-VI March March March Custodian Materials the inventory >To avail additional Teachers’  Conduct classroom inventory of Textbooks Manual in all learning area  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI March March March Submit to In all grade  MATHEMATICS I-VI March March March the  Science and health I-VI March March March District  Filipino I-VI March March March Property  Sibika at kultura I-VI March March March Custodian the inventory >Acquire Workbooks in all  Request budget allocation acquiring Learning area Workbooks in all learning area  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI April April April Division  MATHEMATICS I-VI April April April Allocated  Science and health I-VI April April April Budget  Filipino I-VI April April April For work-  Sibika at kultura I-VI April April April books  Submit the inventory of Textbooks, Teacher April April April Manual, Workbooks to District Property Custodian >Acquire additional classroom Furniture from the Division  Request budget allocation acquiring office Workbooks in all learning area  ENGLISH ( L & R ) I-VI April April April Division >Acquire Multi-Media and  MATHEMATICS I-VI April April April Allocated Other learning equipment  Science and health I-VI April April April Budget >To avail Textbooks in all  Filipino I-VI April April April For work- Learning areas  Sibika at kultura I-VI April April April books  Submit the inventory of Textbooks, Teacher April April April Manual, Workbooks to District Property Custodian SUB-TOTAL
  • 33. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 33 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE RESOURCEMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTCA LGU OTHERS C.2 Improve Physical >To request budget allocation  Prepare Project Of Work (POW) Facilities for Learning For repair and repaint school  Prepare and submit liquidation report classroom  Repainting of wall P 15 000.00 July July July P 15 000.00  Repainting of pupils desks P 9 000.00 July July July P 9 000.00 >To request budget allocation  Construct/Develop other school facilities For the construction of school 1.Construction of Study Shed P 4 500.00 July P 4 500.00 facilities 2.Replacement of wooden windows to jalousie P 60 000.00 February P 60 000.00 3.Repainting of desks P 6 000.00 August August August P 6 000.00 4.Construction of Vegetable Garden P 4 500.00 July July July P 4 500.00 5.Construction of school (MRF) P 6 000.00 April P 6 000.00 Materials Recovery Facilities 6.Sustain the beautification of the school P 7 500.00 June-March P 7 500.00 Campus 7. Replacement roofs P 60 000.00 February P 60 000.00 *present the proposed projects/program *initiates fund raising activities *prepare solicitation letters *prepare completion reports Titling of School Site >To request tilling of the  Prepare the pertinent papers needed School Site  Request assistance from Division Office C.3 Increase Percentage >To encourage parents parti-  Organize organization of internal & External Jan.-March Jan.-March Jan.-March Of parents participation cipation in school Project/ Stakeholder, Pupils Organization, Parents Organization In school Project/Prog. Program/Activities  Participate in the National Sch. Maintenance May-June May-June May-June Activities  BRIGADA ESKWELA Week as scheduled  BRIGADA PLUS  Call PTA Meeting and identify school needs May May May  Identify stakeholders May May May  Organize committee for activities May May May  Generates fund for the activities May May May  Prepare pertinent papers/documents needed May May May SUB-TOTAL P 186 900.00 P 172 500.00
  • 34. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 34 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ACTIVITIES RESOURCE RESOURCEMENT TIME LINE AMOUNT & TARGET SOURCES OF FUND YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 MOOE PTCA LGU OTHERS >To sustain the implementation  Intensify greening project June-March June-March June-March Of ESWM  Maintain the cleanliness and sanitation of the school  Maintain the condition of the school June-March June-March June-March Materials Recovery Facility  Maintain proper segregation of Waste Matl’s June-March June-March June-March (Recyclable, Biodegradable. residual, Special) >To encourage parent’s  Organize Organization of Internal June-March June-March June-March Participation in school Programs And external stakeholders, pupils Org. Project/Activities  Parents Organization June-March June-March June-March  Provide records of local officials June-March June-March June-March  Brgy. Officials  Purok Officials SUB-TOTAL GRAND TOTAL P 303,726.00 P 303,726.00 Prepared by : District Review and Appraisal Committee: Recommending Approval : APPROVED: MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY JURISSA N. ORQUITA LORENZO O. MACASOCOL TEOFILA G. CABATUAN, Ph.D T-I/ SIC Chairman Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent MERLE L. LINAO SIXTO H.UYPALA JOSEFINA M. CAMBA Member Member Member
  • 35. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 35 ANNUAL IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
  • 36. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 36 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D A.SCHOOL LEADERSHIP A.1 Improve >To enhance the competencies  Update the training needs of teacher Competencies of School Of School Head and teacher  Attend IN-SET, workshops, SLAC session Head and Teacher  SBM training on instructional competency P 4670.00  Update teachers’ skills in ICT 6760.00  Update teachers’ competency skills and 4500.00 teaching strategies  Teachers’ earn MA units >To construct additional IM’s in  Teacher construct effective and Every grading period appropriate instructional materials suitable for Grade level using SBM Fund 8 865.00  Teacher maximize the utilization of appropriate IM’s varied teaching strategies/techniques In all learning area  Allocate budget for travel allowance for Teacher to attend training/seminar A.2. Improve the >To improve the level of  Submit SIP/AIP/APP/MCP ahead of time Implementation Implementation of BESRA-SBM  Call stakeholder in the formation of SIP/AIP Of BESRA-SBM practices
  • 37. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 37 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D A.3 Implementation >To properly implement the sch.  Proper implementation of School MOOE and Of school MOOE and MOOE and SBRMS fund SBRMS fund SBRMS fund  Inform stakeholders any amount received  Implement the amount allocation based On based on the Project Of Work (POW)  Prepare and submit liquidation report SUB-TOTAL P 24 795.00
  • 38. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 38 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 39. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 39 AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 40. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL RIORITY IMPROVEMENT PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ RESOURCE REQUIREMENT 40 OBJECTIVES AREAS ACTIVITIES TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 41. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 41 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 42. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 42 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 43. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT 43 AREAS OBJECTIVES Increase in all Grade level enrolment per grade level >conduct survey of s chool going SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES age chi ldren Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D        -to decrease EFA performance indicator on B.2.2 SAPAGKAT/ Gulayan -to intensif y the implem ent- >prepare s chedule for nursery  Failure Rate Sa Paaralan ta tion of SAPAGK AT/ and garden  Repetition Rate Gulaya nsaPaar alan >secure seedling/ proper care B.4 Periodical Test -to conduct periodical test as >secure guideline s for scheduled impleme nta tion
  • 44. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 44 B.2.3 PantawidPamilyang Update records of benefici aries >monitor pupi l ’s attendan ce/ Pi l ipino Program/MCCT perform ance >prepare consolid ated monthly attendan ce B.5 Asses learning -assess learning outcomes B.2.4 Indigenous People Update records of IPs >monitor IPs attendan ce in s ch. outcomes and provide and provide interventions In the community >keep track of IPs record interventions to least to least learned skills >secure reviewers/intensive learned skills  Increase NAT 3 MPS review  Increase NAT 6 MPS >Saturday class B.6 Maintain School MPS -to maintain school MPS >intensive monitoring of pupils’ PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D performance >HRPTA/PTA meeting every after periodical test B.7 Reading Skills of pupils -to decrease the number of >conduct Phil-Iri pretest
  • 45. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 45 frustration level both in >regular utilization of Project Eng. &Fil. Dear -to increase the number of >remedial teaching to slow instructional level both in learners Eng. &Fil. >reinforcement to fast readers B.7.1 Project DEAR/FWAW/ -to intensify the >provide reading materials RTBAY implementation of Project >plan/develop activities to DEAR/FWAW/ RTBAY motivate pupils participation in all grade level >monitor/conduct reading program B.8 District Block-out ORPT -to enhance reading skills of >reduce the number of non-pupils readers B.9 School Sports -to participate in sports >train pupils for every event competition observable during the Zone Meet competitions District Meet >participate actively in all levels Dual Meet of competitions Unit Meet >assign coaches to develop the Provincial Meet athletes Regional Meet PALARO B.10 School Co-curricular -to enhance pupils’ >train pupils for every event Activities participation in school co- observable during the curricular activities competitions PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D  Reading Camp/ >participate actively in all levels English Festival Of competitions  Math Festival >assign coaches to develop the  MTAP ability of pupils  Science Month -develop pupils to learn skills in  Scouting Month each competency  STEP skills -conduct competition in school
  • 46. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 46  Journalism level Filipino -join district level competition Yes Camp -increase achievement TOTALS C. EXTERNAL IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVES C.1.Provision of Instructional Materials -to request additional >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office C.1.1 Acquire additional Textbooks in textbooks textbooks in all learning MTBLE areas in all grade Gr.I Level from the Div.office Gr.II K-12 Learner’s Material & Gr.III Teacher’s Guide For K-12 Musika MTBLE Gr.I 60 pcs. ENGLISH Gr.II 40 pcs. FILIPINO Gr.III 40 pcs. MATH Gr.IV40pcs. ARAL.PAN. Gr.V 40pcs. MAPEH Gr.VI 40pcs. EsP Sining Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs. Gr.V 40pcs. Gr.VI 40pcs. PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D EPP Gr.IV40pcs . Gr.V 40pcs . Gr.VI 40pcs . EPK Gr.I 60 pcs . Gr.II 40 pcs . Gr.III 40 pcs . Gr.IV40pcs .
  • 47. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 47 Gr.V 40pcs . Gr.VI 40pcs . Character Education Gr.I 60 pcs . Gr.II 40 pcs . Gr.III 40 pcs . Gr.IV40pcs . Gr.V 40pcs . Gr.VI 40pcs . C .1.2 Acqui re additional -to request additional TM >conduct clas s room inventory of To be delivered by Division Office Teachers Manual in all Science Teachers manual learning areas in all grade Gr.I 1 pc level from the Division Gr.II 1 pc.. Office Gr.III 1 pc. Musika Gr.I1 pc. Gr.II 1 pc Gr.III 1 pc Gr.IV1 pc Gr.V 1 pc Gr.VI 1 pc Sining Gr.I1 pc. Gr.II 1 pc PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D Gr.III 1 pc Gr.IV1 pc Gr.V 1 pc Gr.VI 1 pc EPP Gr.IV1 pc Gr.V 1 pc
  • 48. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 48 Gr.VI 1 pc EPK Gr.I1 pc. Gr.II 1 pc Gr.III 1 pc Gr.IV1 pc Gr.V 1 pc Gr.VI 1 pc Character Education Gr.I1 pc. Gr.II 1 pc Gr.III 1 pc Gr.IV1 pc Gr.V 1 pc Gr.VI 1 pc C.1.3 Acquire workbooks -to allocate budget for >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office in all learning areas for Reproduction of workbooks in all workbooks needed in all learning preschool learning areas for preschool areas 25 pcs. English > reproduce workbooks for pre 25 pcs. Math School in all learning areas 25 pcs. Science 25 pcs. Filipino C.1.3 Acquire workbooks -to request budget allocation >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office in all learning areas for in acquiring workbooks workbooks needed in all learning elementary in all learning areas areas PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D English Gr.I 60 pcs. Gr.II 40 pcs. Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs.
  • 49. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 49 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS Gr.V 40pcs. Gr.VI 40pcs. Science Gr.I 60 pcs. Gr.II 40 pcs. Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs. Gr.V 40pcs. Gr.VI 40pcs. OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D Gr.VI 40pcs. C.1.4. Acquire prototype -to request prototype lesson >conduct classroom inventory of To be delivered by Division Office Lesson plan and integrated plan and integrated Prototype lesson plan needed Reference book for reference books for teachers teachers  English  Math Math Gr.I 60 pcs. Gr.II 40 pcs. Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs. Gr.V 40pcs. Gr.VI 40pcs. Filipino Gr.I 60 pcs. Gr.II 40 pcs. Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs. Gr.V 40pcs. Gr.VI 40pcs. Makabayan Gr.I 60 pcs. Gr.II 40 pcs. Gr.III 40 pcs. Gr.IV40pcs. Gr.V 40pcs.
  • 50. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 50  Science  Filipino  Hekasi  EPK  EPP  Musika  Sining  Character Education C.2Acquire different -to request budget allocation >request gardening tools from To be delivered by Division Office tools in acquiring different tools the Division office for gardening from the >prepare list of tools needed Division office *pick mattock *shovel *rake *pruning shears *sprinkler can *axe *brush cutter -to request budget allocation >request H.E. utensils from To be delivered by Division Office for H.E. utensils from the the Division office Division Office >prepare list of utensils needed *big kettles *big carajay *measuring cup *measuring spoon PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D -to request budget allocation >request Industrial kit from To be delivered by Division Office for Industrial arts kits from the Division office the Division Office >prepare list of kits needed *hammer *cross cut saw
  • 51. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 51 PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS -to request budget allocation >request laboratory apparatus/ To be delivered by Division Office for Science laboratory Equipment from div. office Apparatus/equipment >prepare list of utensils needed from the Division Office *test tube *test tube rack *test tube holder *Erlenmeyer flask *Florence flask *baker *wire gauge *tripod *alcohol lamp *barometer *weighing scale *graduated cylinder *steering rod -to request budget allocation >request office/classroom To be delivered by Division Office for office/classroom furniture from div. office Furniture from the Division >prepare list of utensils needed * 7 sets of teachers’ table chairs * one (1) cabinets * one (1) office table * 77 table and chairs set OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D *chisel *plains C.4 Acquire of multi - -request Division office to >conduct inventory To be delivered by Division Office media and other provide learning >request multi -media facility learning equipment from the Materials/audio visual aid From other sources
  • 52. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 52 *complete computer set * Overhead projector *DVD player/tapes *Digital Camera *Sound System C.5 Repair and repaint -to request budget allocation >request for repair of classroom school classroom for the repair and >prepare program of work repaint school classroom >prepare and submit liquidation Fire Extinguiser Latex Gloss Boysen white Enamel Gloss Boysen white Tinting color latex Tinting color enamel Paint Brush #2 Roller brush #6 w/pan Marine plywood Nails PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D C.5.1 Construction -to request budget allocation >request for repair of classroom of school facilities for the construction >prepare program of work Of school facilities >prepare and submit liquidation
  • 53. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 53 C.6 Titling of School Site -to request for titling of >prepare the pertinent papers school site >request assistance from the Div. Office C.7 District -to improve classroom and >improve the condition of School/classroom school environment school/classroom evaluation for District evaluation -secure checklist for school/ classroom evaluation -prepare the materials/facilities needed C.8 Adopt-a-school -to intensify the program implementation of Adopt-a- School program C.8.1 BrigadaEskwela -to participate in the >organize committee for the National Schools activity Maintenance Week >generate funds for the activities >prepare pertinent papers >perform the activity >submit report with documentation PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D C.8.2 BrigadaEskwela Plus -to encourage the >perform activity that were not participation of remaining undertaken during the NSMW 25% stakeholders period
  • 54. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 54 C.8.3 Universal Medical -to participate >prepare and submit narrative Dental Care medical/dental program report >proper health care of pupils *provide list of pupils who have dental problems *secure parents consent *ask schedule of visit of medical/ dental personnel *prepare the necessary materials needed C.8.4 Ecological Solid -to sustain the >maintain cleanliness Waste Management implementation of ESWM >proper segregation of waste Program program material >maintain/practice 3 R’s in class >intensify greening projects C.8.5 Increase percentage -to encourage parents >organize organization of Internal of parents participation in participation in school & External stakeholders school programs/project/ Programs/projects/activities  Pupils organization activities  Teacher organization  Parent organization  Other stakeholders PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT AREAS OBJECTIVES PROGRAMS/PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES RESOURCE REQUIREMENT TIME FRAME SOURCES & AMOUNT OF SOURCES Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 MOOE PTA LGU OTHER J F M A M J J A S O N D
  • 55. School Improvement Plan S.Y. 2014-2016 CACAWAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 55  Alumni/Youth organization  Senior Citizen  NGO >provide records of local officials  Barangay officials  Purok officials  Other org. in the community Prepared by: District Review and Approval Committee: MARIVIC D. SUMAGAYSAY, T-II JURISSA N. ORQUITA School Head ESP-I, District In-charge MERLE L. LINAO,ESP-1 SIXTO H. UYPALA,ESP-1 JOSEFINA M. CAMBA, HT--3 Member Member Member Recommending Approval: APPROVED: LORENZO O. MACASOCOL TEOFILA G. CABATUAN ,Ph.D Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent .
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