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SDO Bulacan’s actions to address learning gaps is an LRP that SERVES…
BALAGTAS DISTRICT
Division of Bulacan
To the stakeholders
o Strategic o Empowering o Reflective o Vital o Excellence o Solidarity
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
Background
and Context
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
Background and Context
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
Community Quarantine / Alert Level of Central Luzon Provinces
(March 2020-2021)
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BULACAN COVID-19 ACTIVE CASES (March 2020 - April 2022)
Source: Bulacan PHO facebook page
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No. of Learners, Teachers and Non-Teaching Personnel in the Division Reported to have
Contracted the COVID-19 Virus (Confirmed Cases)
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
OVERVIEWOFSCHOOL CLOSURES ANDREOPENINGS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA
Source: UNICEF / UNESCO
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Source: UNICEF / UNESCO
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Amid pandemic, the governance and operation of DepEd office
and its schools did not stop. The Alternative Work Arrangement (AWA)
with its Report to the Office (RTO) and Work from Home (WFH) scheme
was implemented adhered and by all SDO personnel and its field offices.
Meanwhile, to address the needs of the students, the modular
distance learning delivery modality was adopted. Self-learning modules
(SLMs) in all grade levels were developed and utilized. This mode was
augmented by online “kamustahan” of teachers to their respective
learners. Radio-based instruction (RBI) as well as DepEd TV were
utilized as flexible learning option to meet the needs of the learners.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
The use of various social media platforms became the avenue
for all the online meetings, trainings and the like in DepEd. The access
for ICT technology and the technological prowess posed a big
challenge to everyone.
It has been two (2) years since then and we were brought to a
scenario, no one could ever imagine-the learning losses incurred to our
learners.
DepEd Secretary Briones pointed out, “our learners can’t wait”.
Something must be done for them.
This Learning Recovery Plan is a living document and may be
modified to address the specific and unique needs of Bulakeño
students. It is believed that together and as a school-community, we
can mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
Operational Frameworks of the
Learning Recovery Plan(LRP)
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The RAPID Learning Recovery Framework
Source: UNICEF, UNESCO, The World Bank 2022
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KITE Framework
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Operational Framework
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National Learning Recovery Framework
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION III
Learners are in schools
and learning centers,
access programs
responsive to their
needs, and participate
actively in the learning
delivery modalities.
Disadvantaged,
marginalized, and affected
are given the
needed to
their learning
learners
support
address
losses by
appropriate
providing
learning
resources and strategies
Learners meet learning
standards in literacy,
numeracy, and science
skills, and graduates
are prepared for higher
education, employment,
and entrepreneurship.
Learners attain
optimum level of
physical, social, and
mental health and
wellness and resilience
ACCESS EQUITY QUALITY
RESILIENCE AND
WELL-BEING
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES
GOAL
By 2024, the Bulakenyo learners are able to develop and
improve their foundational and lifelong learning skills as
well as their resilience and health for their participation in
their communities and the society
SECTOR OUTCOME
Learners acquired literacy, numeracy and science skills for
them to reach their potential as individuals and citizens
ENABLING ENVIRONMENT
Collaborative, Responsive and Empowering
Governance, Management, and Systems
SDO LRP FRAMEWORK
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION III
Learners are in schools
and learning centers,
access programs
responsive to their
needs, and participate
actively in the learning
delivery modalities.
Disadvantaged,
marginalized, and affected
are given the
needed to
their learning
learners
support
address
losses by
appropriate
providing
learning
resources and strategies
Learners meet learning
standards in literacy,
numeracy, and science
skills, and graduates
are prepared for higher
education, employment,
and entrepreneurship.
Learners attain
optimum level of
physical, social, and
mental health and
wellness and resilience
ACCESS EQUITY QUALITY
RESILIENCE AND
WELL-BEING
INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES
GOAL
By 2024, the Bulakenyo learners are able to develop and
improve their foundational and lifelong learning skills as
well as their resilience and health for their participation in
their communities and the society
SECTOR OUTCOME
Learners acquired literacy, numeracy and science skills for
them to reach their potential as individuals and citizens
ENABLING ENVIRONMENT
Collaborative, Responsive and Empowering
Governance, Management, and Systems
SCHOOL LRP
FRAMEWORK
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NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
1
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Quality of Learning Outcomes and
Learning Delivery Modalities
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
Pillar
1
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Quality of Learning Outcomes and
Learning Delivery Modalities
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
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Learning Delivery
Modalities Implemented
3
Least and Most Learned Competencies
(MELCs) in Four (4) Subjects (Grade 1-3)
Results of Reading Assessments for English and
Filipino, Grades 1-3, Project AN
2
1
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Reading Assessment-English, Grades 1-3
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
GRADE 1
GRADE 2
GRADE 3
Number
of cases
S.Y. 2019-2020**
(Pre-Pandemic)
No
EGRA
administered
in
SY
2020-2021
Number
of cases
S.Y. 2019-2020**
(During Pandemic)
In 2019-2020 (Pre-pandemic), Phil-IRI results for Grades 1-3 shows that 67.66% or 70.87% of learners passed
the assessment. However, during the pandemic, Using EGRA, the percentage of Grades 1-3 learners who
passed the assessment generally dropped to 5.75% in Grade 3.
*EGRA/Phil-IRI-Standard assessment tool in literacy given only to Grades 1-3 Pupils
167
148
103
113
101
73
67.66%
68.24%
70.87%
154
128
172
83
66
112
53.89%
51.56%
65.12%
167
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Consolidated EGRA Report in English for Grades 1-3 SY 2021-2022
Component
57Total Number of Pupils Who are Literate
in the Components of EGRA in English
Grade 1 % Grade 2 % Grade 3 % Average Rank
Book and Print Knowledge 96 62.33% 88 68.75% 134 77.91% 69.66% 1
Phonetic Awareness 83 53.89% 72 56.25% 103 59.88% 56.67% 2
Alphabetic Knowledge 72 46.75% 69 53.91% 98 56.98% 52.55% 3
Decoding Skills 70 45.45% 70 54.69% 88 51.16% 50.43% 4
Spelling and Reading Rate 63 40.90% 71 55.47% 85 49.42% 47.93% 5
Reading Accuracy 60 38.96% 65 50.78% 78 45.35% 45.03% 6
Listening Comprehension Skills 52 33.76% 57 44.53% 72 41.86% 40.05% 8
Diction/Spelling Skills 57 37.01% 55 42.97% 75 43.60% 41.18% 7
Of the eight components in Early Grade Reading Assessment for English in Grades 1 to 3, listening comprehension skills were
identified as having the least level of literacy while book and printed knowledge ranked the highest percentage of literacy among the
learners who took the test.
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Reading Assessment-Filipino, Grades 1-3
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
GRADE 1
GRADE 2
GRADE 3
Number
of cases
S.Y. 2019-2020**
(Pre-Pandemic)
No
EGRA
administered
in
SY
2020-2021
Number
of cases
S.Y. 2019-2020**
(During Pandemic)
Before the pandemic, percentage of Grades 1-3 learners who passed the Phil-IRI assessment ranged from
68.86 % to 71.84%. During the pandemic, percentage of learners who passed the reading assessment dropped
by 11.07% in Grade 1, 15.44% in Grade 2 to as much as 0.33% in Grade 3 (Using EGRA as assessment tool).
*EGRA/Phil-IRI-Standard assessment tool in literacy given only to Grades 1-3 Pupils
167
148
103
115
105
74
68.86%
70.91%
71.84%
154
128
172
89
71
123
57.79%
55.47%
71.51%
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Consolidated EGRA Report in Filipino for Grades 1-3 SY 2021-2022
Component
Total Number of Pupils Who are Literate
in the Components of EGRA in Filipino
Grade 1 % Grade 2 % Grade 3 % Average Rank
Book and Print Knowledge 109 70.78% 91 71.09% 124 72.09% 71.32% 1
Phonetic Awareness 90 58.44% 89 69.53% 111 64.53% 64.17% 2
Alphabetic Knowledge 85 55.19% 87 67.97% 109 63.67% 62.28% 3
Decoding Skills 78 50.65% 83 64.84% 99 57.56% 57.68% 4
Spelling and Reading Rate 71 46.10% 79 61.72% 88 51.16% 52.99% 5
Reading Accuracy 70 45.45% 75 58.59% 89 51.74% 51.93% 6
Listening Comprehension Skills 69 44.81% 70 54.69% 73 42.44% 47.31% 8
Diction/Spelling Skills 67 43.51% 68 53.13% 75 43.60% 46.75% 7
Of the eight components in Early Grade Reading Assessment for Filipino in Grades 1 to 3, dictation/spelling skills and listening
comprehension skills were identified as having the least level of literacy while book and printed knowledge ranked the highest
percentage of literacy among the learners who took the test.
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Project All Numerates (PAN)
Grade 1 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
GRADE 1
NUMERATES
NEARLY
NUMERATES
NON-
NUMERATES
TOTAL
SY 2019-2020
(Pre-Pandemic)
SY 2020-2021
(During Pandemic)
Among Grade 1 learners, the number of non-numerates and nearly numerates recorded diminished in figures
while those numerates greatly increase during the pandemic.
10
82
72
131
5.10%
49.10%
43.11%
0%
17.56%
82.44%
0
23
108
167
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Project All Numerates (PAN)
Grade 2 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
GRADE 2
NUMERATES
NEARLY
NUMERATES
NON-
NUMERATES
TOTAL
SY 2019-2020
(Pre-Pandemic)
SY 2020-2021
(During Pandemic)
Similar trend is seen among Grade 2 pupils. There were increments in both non-numerates and nearly
numerates. A chunk of decrease among the number of numerates was clearly illustrated.
21
60
65
146
14.38%
41.09%
44.52%
0
23
108
131
0%
17.56
82.44%
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Project All Numerates (PAN)
Grade 3 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
GRADE 3
NUMERATES
NEARLY
NUMERATES
NON-
NUMERATES
TOTAL
SY 2019-2020
(Pre-Pandemic)
SY 2020-2021
(During Pandemic)
The facts and figures in Grade 1 and 2 are somewhat repeated in Grade 3 data. In totally, there is a downward
trend in the numeracy level among Grade 1-3 pupils during pandemic.
15
56
56
124
12.09%
45.16%
42.74%
0
1
135
136
0%
0.7%
99.26%
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Most and Least Learned MELCs in Filipino
1. Nagagamit ang pangngalan sa pagsasalaysay tungkol sa mga
tao,lugar,bagay sa paligid
2. Nasasagot ang mga tanong tungkol sa kuwento, usapan,
teksto, balita at tula.
3. Nagagamit ng wasto ang mga pang-abay na naglalarawan ng
isang kilos o gawi.
G3
1. Nagagamit ang naunang kaalaman o karanasan sa pag-unawa
ng napakinggang teksto
2. Nakasusunod sa nakasulat na panutong may 1-2 at 3-4 na
hakbang.
3. Nagagamit ang personal na karanasan sa paghinuha ng
mangyayarisa nabasa/napakinggang tekdto o kuwento
G2
1. Nakasasagot sa mga tanong tungkol sa napakinggang pabula,
tula, tugma at tekstong pang-impormasyon.
2. Nasasagot ang mga tanong tungkol sa napakinggan
pabula,tugma/tula, at tekstong pang-impormasyon
3. Nababaybay nang wasto ang mga salitang natututuhan sa
aralin at salitang may tatlo o apat na pantig.
G1
G3
G2
G1
1. Nakasusunod sa nakasulat na panuto na may 2-4 hakbang.
2. Naiuulat ang mga naobserbahan sa pangyayari sa pamayanan.
3. Nasasabi ang sariling ideya tungkol sa tekstong napakinggan
1. Nakasusulat sa kabit-kabit na paraan na may tamang laki at
layo sa isa’t
2. Nailalarawan ang mga elemento(tauhan, tagpuan,
banghay,at bahagi at ng kuwento) panimula, kasukdulan,
katapusa/karanasan
3. Naibibigay ang mga sumusuportang kaisipan sa
pangunahing kaisipan ng tekstong binasa
1. Makakapagtatanong tungkol sa isang larawan. Nagagamit ang
mga salitang sino, saan, kailan, ilan, paano sa pagtatanong.
2. Nakapagtatanong tungkol sa isang larawan, kuwento, at
napakinggang balita
3. Nabibigay ang susunod na mangyayari sa napakinggang
kuwento.
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Learning Delivery Modalities Implemented
Northville VI Elementary School resorted to using pure modular scheme in their delivery of learning. The
absence of access to internet hindered many to adopt online distance learning (ODL) modality.
Modality Number of Pupils Percentage
Pure modular
Modular with Online
(Synchronous/ Asynchronous
Modular augmented by
DepEd TV and Radio Kapitolyo
Radio-Based Instruction
TOTAL
398
0
0
0
398
100%
0%
0%
0%
100%
KEY CHALLENGES
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PILLAR 1
CHALLENGES BASES
Inventory of Teacher-made
Assessment Tools
Results of Classroom Observation (CO),
Focus Group Discussion, Online
‘Kumustahan’
Assessment
Mechanism on the proper
implementation of Learning Delivery
Modalities
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GOAL
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
STRATEGIES
INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and
science skills recovery in key stage 1.
1. Adopt hybrid
learning delivery
modality
• Introduce and implement the hybrid
learning delivery modality with clear
mechanism and policy guidelines
(class program, teachers’ load,
learning resources, and
technology)
• Implement accelerated learning
and Enrichment of instructional
delivery through:
a. Content Enhancement
b. Remediation Program
c. Reinforcement Program
 Hybrid learning delivery
modality implemented
 Condensed Budget of work
 Class and Teachers’
Programs for hybrid
Learning
 Standard Weekly learning
Plans
 Maximized utilization of
learning resources and
modalities
 Contextualized learning
delivery in all learning areas
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GOAL
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
STRATEGIES
INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and
science skills recovery in key stage 1.
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading program
in English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the implementation of 5Bs Program
(Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bihasang Bumabasa)
through:
a. Review of the program implementation guidelines;
b. Establishment of learners’ reading profile;
c. Departmentalization for English and Filipino in Key Stages 1
d. Profiling of reading teachers (trainings on teaching reading)
e. Recapacitation of reading teachers
f. Reassessment and enhancement of reading materials
g. Monitoring and evaluation of 5Bs reading program
implementation; and
h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of policy
recommendation.
i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory assignment of
Reading teachers (to be assigned to Grade 1 Advisers)
j. Recognition of Reading Teachers
1. Progress Reports on
the following:
-Learners’ Literacy Profile
-Assessment Results
- Implementation of 5Bs
1. Profile of Reading Teachers
2. Trainings for Reading
Teachers
3. Quality-assured
contextualized reading
materials for different types
of learners
4. Localized and contextualized
policies on Reading
Teachers and
implementation of 5Bs
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GOAL
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
STRATEGIES
INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and
science skills recovery in key stage 1.
3. Intensify the
school-based
Project PROTECT
(PROvide Taching
and Learning
Materials to
Enhance
Mathematical
Capability of Grade
Two Pupils)
• Strengthen the implementation of
Project PROTECT through:
a. Review of the program implementation guidelines;
b. Establishment of learners’ numeracy profile;
c. Departmentalization for Mathematics in Key Stages 1
d. Profiling of Mathematics teachers (trainings on
teaching math)
e. Recapacitation of Key Stages I Mathematics teachers;
f. Reassessment of the Mathematics learning materials.
g. Monitoring and evaluation of Project PROTECT and
h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of
policy recommendation
i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory
assignment of Mathematics teachers (to be assigned to
Grade 2 Advisers)
j. Recognition of Mathematics Teachers
1. Progress Reports on the
following:
-Learners’ Numeracy Profile
-Assessment Results
- Implementation of Project
PROTECT
1. Profile of Mathematics Teachers
2. Trainings for Mathematics
Teachers
3. Quality-assured contextualized
Mathematics learning materials
4. Localized and contextualized policies
on Mathematics Teachers and
implementation of Project PROTECT
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GOAL
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
STRATEGIES
INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS
Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and
science skills recovery in key stage 1.
3. Intensify the
school-based
Project PROTECT
(PROvide Taching
and Learning
Materials to
Enhance
Mathematical
Capability of Grade
Two Pupils)
• Strengthen the implementation of
Project PROTECT through:
a. Review of the program implementation guidelines;
b. Establishment of learners’ numeracy profile;
c. Departmentalization for Mathematics in Key Stages 1
d. Profiling of Mathematics teachers (trainings on
teaching math)
e. Recapacitation of Key Stages I Mathematics teachers;
f. Reassessment of the Mathematics learning materials.
g. Monitoring and evaluation of Project PROTECT and
h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of
policy recommendation
i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory
assignment of Mathematics teachers (to be assigned to
Grade 2 Advisers)
j. Recognition of Mathematics Teachers
1. Progress Reports on the
following:
-Learners’ Numeracy Profile
-Assessment Results
- Implementation of Project
PROTECT
1. Profile of Mathematics Teachers
2. Trainings for Mathematics
Teachers
3. Quality-assured contextualized
Mathematics learning materials
4. Localized and contextualized policies
on Mathematics Teachers and
implementation of Project PROTECT
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PILLAR 1
Implementation Plan
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1. Adopt hybrid
learning
delivery
modality in
key Stage 1
a. Face to face
b. Modular
Enrichment of
Instructional
Delivery through:
a. Content
enhancement
b. Remediation
program
c. Reinforcement
Program
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
1. Conduct
inventory of
teachers adopting
hybrid-learning
modality
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
2024
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
1. Adopt hybrid
learning
delivery
modality in
key Stage 1
a. Face to face
b. Modular
Enrichment of
Instructional
Delivery through:
a. Content
enhancement
b. Remediation
program
c. Reinforcement
Program
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2. Assess teachers’
competencies on
the proper and
effective utilization
of hybrid learning
modality applicable
for ELLN.
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2023
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
2024
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2022
5th
week
of July
2022
2023
2 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
1. Adopt hybrid
learning
delivery
modality in
key Stage 1
a. Face to face
b. Modular
Enrichment of
Instructional
Delivery through:
a. Content
enhancement
b. Remediation
program
c. Reinforcement
Program
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
3. Capacitate
teachers on the
proper
implementation of
hybrid learning
modality applicable
for ELLN.
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2024
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2022
6 th week
of July
2022
2023
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
1. Adopt hybrid
learning
delivery
modality in
key Stage 1
a. Face to face
b. Modular
Enrichment of
Instructional
Delivery through:
a. Content
enhancement
b. Remediation
program
c. Reinforcement
Program
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
4. Identify the least
and most mastered
MELCs across
learning areas.
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2024
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2022
7th week
of July
2022
2023
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
1. Adopt hybrid
learning
delivery
modality in
key Stage 1
a. Face to face
b. Modular
Enrichment of
Instructional
Delivery through:
a. Content
enhancement
b. Remediation
program
c. Reinforcement
Program
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
5. Unpack
identified least
mastered skills.
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2024
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2022
8th week
of July
2022
2023
3 months
before
the
opening
of
classes
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading
program in
English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the
implementatio
n of 5Bs
(Bawat Batang
Bulakenyo
Bumabasa)
a. Review the
guidelines of
the program
implementation
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
1. Collaborate
with the School
Head, School
English and
Filipino
coordinators on
the review of
guidelines of
5Bs
implementation
School Head,
school English
and Filipino
coordinators
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
month
of long
vacation
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
1st
month
of long
vacation
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading
program in
English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the
implementatio
n of 5Bs
(Bawat Batang
Bulakenyo
Bumabasa)
a. Review the
guidelines of
the program
implementation
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2. Identify
teaching
strategies to
reinforce the
school-based
reading
program.
School Head,
school English
and Filipino
coordinators
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
month
of long
vacation
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
1st
month
of long
vacation
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading
program in
English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the
implementatio
n of 5Bs
(Bawat Batang
Bulakenyo
Bumabasa)
b. Establish
learners’ reading
profile.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
3. Gather, validate
and analyze the
learners’ reading
skills profile.
School Head,
school English
and Filipino
coordinators
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading
program in
English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the
implementatio
n of 5Bs
(Bawat Batang
Bulakenyo
Bumabasa)
b. Establish
learners’ reading
profile.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
4. Conduct capacity-
building activities on
supervisory and
pedagogical
approaches.
2. Conduct capacity-
building activities on
pedagogical
approaches on the
development of
literacy, numeracy
and scientific skills
School Head,
school English
and Filipino
coordinators
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2. Intensify the
school-based
reading
program in
English and
Filipino
• Strengthen the
implementatio
n of 5Bs
(Bawat Batang
Bulakenyo
Bumabasa)
b. Establish
learners’ reading
profile.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through
literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
5. Conduct the
following activities:
- reevaluation and
classification of
available
instructional
materials.
-preparation of
additional IMs (if
needed)
School Head,
school English
and Filipino
coordinators
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
4th week
of July
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
3. Strengthen the
classroom and
performance-based
assessment
practices.
• Intensify the
practices on
classroom and
performance-
based
assessment.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special
programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
1. Conduct
assessment of:
- teachers’
competencies
on the
preparation of
learners’
assessment
based on the
standard;
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
1st week
Of
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
3. Strengthen the
classroom and
performance-based
assessment
practices.
• Intensify the
practices on
classroom and
performance-
based
assessment.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special
programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2. Conduct
assessment of:
- validity and
reliability of
available
learners’
assessment
tools
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
1st week
of May
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
3. Strengthen the
classroom and
performance-based
assessment
practices.
• Intensify the
practices on
classroom and
performance-
based
assessment.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special
programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
3. Conduct
assessment of:
- evaluate the
learners’
competencies on the
utilization of different
learning assessment
tools such as written
task, performance-
based assessment
and computer-based
assessment (CBA).
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
1st week
of May
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
3. Strengthen the
classroom and
performance-based
assessment
practices.
• Intensify the
practices on
classroom and
performance-
based
assessment.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special
programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
• 4. Provide
activities to
expose the
learners in
different types of
assessment
such as written,
performance-
based and
computer-based
assessment.
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
1st week
of May
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
3. Strengthen the
classroom and
performance-based
assessment
practices.
• Intensify the
practices on
classroom and
performance-
based
assessment.
PILLAR 1
Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special
programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
• 5. Evaluate the
learners’ progress
based on DepEd
standard.
•
School Head,
M&E Team,
Grades 1-3
Teachers,
Parents
Interventions
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Functional School-In-Charge
School M&E Team
Estimated Budget Budget Source
2024
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
2022
1st week
of May
2022
2023
1st
quarter
2nd
quarter
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
2
Improving Learning
Environment
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
2
Improving Learning
Environment
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
2
1
Comparative data on number of
schools: Public, Private
Comparative data on permanently/
temporarily closed private schools
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Comparative Data on Number of Schools: Public, Private per
Key Stage
3
1
0
3
1
0
3
1
0
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs
KINDER-GRADE 6
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
1 1
0
1 1
0
1 1
0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
1
0 0
1
0 0
1
0 0
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
There are more public schools compared to the number of private schools at the elementary level in this area. Meanwhile,
the number of public and private schools in secondary level is the same. However, there is more public school for Senior
High School than private school. This indicates that there is still a need for additional schools to offer Senior High School.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Comparative Data on Permanently and Temporarily
Closed Private School
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
Chart Title
Temporarily Closed Permanently Closed No. of Private Schools
There is only 1 private school that is consistently operating up to present despite the pandemic. However,
some of their learners had to transferred to public school.
S.Y. 2019-
2020
S.Y. 2020-
2021
S.Y. 2021-
2022
TOTAL
STATUS
0 0 0 0
TEMPORARILY
CLOSED
0 0 0 0
PERMANENTLY
CLOSED
1 1 1 1
NO. OF
PRIVATE
SCHOOLS
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Comparative Data on Number of Schools Offering Inclusive
Education
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
ALS IPED MULTI-GRADE SPED MADRASAH
Chart Title
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
2019-2020 0
2020-2021
2021-2022
ALS
IPED
MULTI-
GRADE
SPED
MADRASAH
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
There is no school offering inclusive education around the area of Santol, Balagtas, Bulacan.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Comparative Data on Enrollment: Public, Private per Key Stage
993 979
1040
59 33 32
0
200
400
600
800
1000
1200
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
Chart Title
PUBLIC PRIVATE
The total enrolment in Public school is continuously increasing despite the pandemic. However, Private Schools are
the one’s who was affected because of its decreasing enrolment.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Comparative Data on Enrollment in Inclusive Education
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
0
2
4
6
8
1
ALS IPED MULTI-GRADE SPED MADRASAH LAST-MILE
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
2019-2020 0
2020-2021
2021-2022
ALS
IPED
MULTI-GRADE
SPED
MADRASAH
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
LAST
MILE
0
0
0
Since there is no schools offering
inclusive education, the enrolment
remains zero.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2019-2020 0
2020-2021
2021-2022
TECH-VOC
EDUC
STE
ELEMENTARY
SCHOOL
FOREIGN
LANGUAGE
ARTS
0 993 0 0
0 0 979 0 0
0 0 1040 0 0
SPORTS
0
0
0
Comparative Data on Enrollment in Special Curricular
Programs
0 0
993
0 0 0
0 0
979
0 0 0
0 0
1040
0 0 0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
TECH-VOC
EDUC
STE ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS
FOREIGN
LANGUAGE
ARTS SPORTS
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
Elementary School is continues to lead
attracting learners and shows increasing
number of during the three-year period
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Gender Disparity on Learners
MALE FEMALE
ELEMENTARY
2019-2020
MALE FEMALE
ELEMENTARY
2020-2021
MALE FEMALE
ELEMENTARY
2021-2022
TOTAL
993
511 482
TOTAL
979
507 472
TOTAL
1040
525 515
Learners’ gender parity index reveals male domination in elementary level
from S.Y. 2019-2020 – S.Y. 2021-2022 of basic education .
Gender Parity Index
.94
2019-2020
.98
2021-2022
.93
2020-2021
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
2
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During
Pandemic
4
3
Inventory of Teachers, School Heads
and other Personnel
Inventory of Classrooms, Seats and
Textbooks
6
5 Inventory of Learning Resources
Identified Needs based on Inventory
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Inventory of Teachers,School Heads and other Personnel
Teaching
Personnel
Principal
Head
Teacher
Guidance
Counselor
2019 31 1 0 0
2020 32 1 0 0
2021 32 1 0 0
32
33
33
TOTAL
Teacher I - 28
Teacher II - 0
Teacher III - 2
Master Teacher I - 1
Teacher I - 27
Teacher II - 1
Teacher III - 2
Master Teacher I - 1
Teacher I - 26
Teacher II - 1
Teacher III - 2
Master Teacher I - 3
S.Y. 2019-2020 S.Y. 2021-2022
S.Y. 2020-2021
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Teacher-Student Ratio
31 31
TOTAL
32
2019
1:31
2020
1:30
2021
1:33
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
S.Y. 2019-
2020
S.Y. 2020-
2021
S.Y. 2021-
2022
ELEMENTARY
16
16
15
JUNIOR
HIGH SCHOOL
SENIOR HIGH
SCHOOL
Elementary
Junior High
School
Senior High
School
NEEDS
16
RATIO
1:60
Inventory of Classrooms
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NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
S.Y. 2019-
2020
S.Y. 2020-
2021
S.Y. 2021-
2022
ELEMENTARY
615
615
615
Elementary
NEEDS
421
RATIO
1:2
Inventory of Seats
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NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Inventory of Available SLMs from the Central Office
SY 2021-2022
153 pupils
153 modules
1:1 ratio
KINDER
131 pupils
131 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 1
115 pupils
115 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 4
168 pupils
168 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 2
136 pupils
136 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 3 119 pupils
119 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 5
140 pupils
140 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 6
The ratio of 1:1 SLM to learners was achieved in the school. This accomplishments were achieved due to the collaborative
effort of SDO Officials, School Heads, Teachers, Parents and LGUs. The SDO did not produce learning activity sheets (LAS),
the printing was delegated to the school.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Inventory of Available Locally-Produced SLMs per Quarter (Elementary)
SY 2021-2022
153 pupils
153 modules
1:1 ratio
KINDER
131 pupils
131 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 1
115 pupils
115 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 4
168 pupils
168 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 2
136 pupils
136 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 3 119 pupils
119 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 5
140 pupils
140 modules
1:1 ratio
GRADE 6
The ratio of 1:1 SLM to learners was achieved in the school. This accomplishments were achieved due to the collaborative
effort of SDO Officials, School Heads, Teachers, Parents and LGUs. The SDO did not produce learning activity sheets (LAS),
the printing was delegated to the school.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Inventory of Available Gadgets
SY 2021-2022
Device No. of Units DCP DOST DICT Donations
Division
Procured
Desktop 6 6 0 0 0 0
Desktop Virtual
Terminal 1 1 0 0 0 0
Laptop 3 3 0 0 1 0
Chromebooks 0 0 0 0 0 0
Tablets 0 0 0 0 0 0
TOTAL 10 10 0 0 1 0
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
2
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
8
7 School-Based Feeding Program and Milk
Feeding Program
School-Based Management
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School-Based Feeding Program
SY 2019-2022
165 60 75
12500
25000
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
Total Number of
Beneficiaries
Total no. of feeding
days
Amount per
Beneficiary
Budget Operational
Expenses
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
165 38 75
12500
25000
0
5000
10000
15000
20000
25000
30000
Total Number of
Beneficiaries
Total no. of feeding
days
Amount per
Beneficiary
Budget Operational Expenses
2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2019-2020
0
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2020-2021
0
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2021-2021
25000
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2019-2020
0
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2020-2021
0
TOTAL AMOUNT
SY. 2021-2021
25000
NUTRITIOUS
FOOD
PRODUCT
MILK
FEEDING
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Number of Feeding Days
DAYS
0
DAYS
0
DAYS
38
DAYS
0
DAYS
0
NUTRITIOUS
FOOD PRODUCT 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
MILK
FEEDING 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022
DAYS
60
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
TOTALBENEFICIARIES
2019-2020
0()
2020-2021
(0)
2021-2022
( 165)
NUTRITIOUS
FOOD PRODUCT
MILK
FEEDING
Tables showed that the beneficiaries for 2021 – 2022 were selected based on the learner’s
Nutritional Status. The feeding days for milk feeding is 38 days and nutritious foods is 60
days.
2019-2020
(0)
2020-2021
(0)
2021-2022
(165)
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Medical-Nursing Services
2019-2020
ASSESSED
WITH
AILMENTS
TREATED REFERRED
ASSESSED LEARNERS
( K-12)
984 0 0 0
VISUAL ACUITY TEST
LEARNERS
0 0 0 0
HEARING ACUITY TEST
LEARNERS
0 0 0 0
984 students were given health instructions on health-related issues and
concerns
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Medical-Nursing Services
2020-2021 2021-2022
COVID – 19 AWARENESS CAMPAIGN was not conducted
CONDUCTED
ONLINE
CONSULTATIO
NS,
MANAGEMENT
OF AILMENTS
AND REFERRAL
TEACHERS
NON-
TEACHING
PERSONNEL
LEARNERS
0 0 0
CONDUCTED
ON-LINE
KAMUSTAHAN
SESSION
0 0 0
DAILY REPORTING OF COVID- 19 CASES AND
MONITORING OF AFFECTED PERSONNEL
COVID CASES TEACHERS
NON- TEACHING
PERSONNEL
LEARNERS TOTAL
CONFIRMED 1 0 0 1
PROBABLE 0 0 0 0
SUSPECT 0 0 0 0
CLOSED
CONTACT 0 0 0 0
PUM 0 0 0 0
ONE (1) CONFIRMED CASE IN TEACHERS
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Medical-Nursing Services
2020-2021 2021-2022
Health education sessions conducted for
implementing face to face classes
NO. OF
ACCOMODATED
CONSULTATIONS
TEACHERS
NON-TEACHING
PERSONNEL
LEARNERS
0 0 0
NO. REFERRED 0 0 0
ON-LINE
KAMUSTAHAN 0 0 0
NO. OF BLOOD
SUGAR LEVEL
MONITORED
33 5 0
BLOOD PRESSURE 33 5 0
DENTAL 2019-2020
SERVICES
HEALTH TALK
PER
CLASSROOM
32
TREATED
LEARNERS 0
ORALLY
EXAMINED –
LEARNERS
98
4
EXTRACTED
PERMANENT
LEARNERS
0
WITH
DEFECTS
LEARNERS
0
EXTRACTED
TEMPORARY
LEARNERS
0
CARRIES
FREE
LEARNERS
21
8
DENTAL
CARIES
LEARNERS
0
EXTRACTION –
LEARNERS
0
PERIODONTA
L DISEASE
LEARNERS
0
GIVEN FILLING
LEARNERS
0 FLUOROSIS 0
One of the affected services during
the covid- 19 pandemic is the dental –
nursing services. School year 2019-
2020 all regular activities are
conducted but on the second quarter
of sy 2020-2021, all medical-dental
and nursing services shifted to online
on-line mode of delivery to ensure
health and safety of both health
personnel and clients.
2020- 2021 2021 - 2022
ONLINE
CONSULTATIONS
– TEACHERS /
PERSONNEL
0 0
DENTAL
PRESCRIPTION –
TEACHERS /
PERSONNEL
0 0
TREATED –
PERSONNEL 0 0
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Health and Wellness Program 2019-2022
Workout / exercise schedule for
teachers
And
Non-teaching
Personnels
School clinic services available 5
days a week
With assigned
Health personnel
Ensure the observance
of health protocols
At school
Annual laboratory examination
Of teachers,
Non-teaching personnel
Still for implementation
Online and on-site consultations to teachers, non-teaching, and
learners and provision
Of individualized instructions
On health concerns, management
Of ailments and follow-up
Health promotion and disease prevention activities among teachers, learners and personnel are school wellness
program focused for the succeeding school years. Annual physical and laboratory examination detects health factors
that lead to the occurance disease, monitoring and follow up are provided.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Health and Wellness Program 2021-2022
FreeAnnual examination
among NorthvilleVIPersonnel
FreeFluVaccine
FreePneumonia
Vaccination
Annual Physical and
laboratory examination of
teachers and non-teaching
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Medical-Nursing Services
2019-2020
Assessed
learner
(K-12)
ASSESSED WTH
AILMENTS
TREATED REFERRED
Visual acuity test
learners
Hearing acuity
test learners
2020-2021 - 2021-2022
Conducted
online
consultations,
management of
ailments and
referral
TEACHERS NON-TEACHING
PERSONNEL LEARNERS
Daily reporting of COVID-19 Cases and
monitoring of affected personnel
COVID CASES TEACHERS
NON-TEACHING
LEARNERS TOTAL
confirmed
probable
suspect
Conducted
on-line
kamustahan
session
closed
contact
PUM
*Write interpretation of the above
infographics
*Write interpretation of the above
infographics
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
2020-2021 - 2021-2022
Teachers Non-Teaching
personnel
Learners
No. of accommodated
consultations
No. referred
On-line kamustahan
sessions
No. of Blood sugar level
monitored
Blood pressure
monitoring
Dental
Services
2019-2020 2020-2021- 2021-2022
Online
consultations -
teachers/
personnel
health talk
per
classroom
treated-
learners
orally
examined-
learners
extracted
permanent-
learners
dental
prescription-
teachers/
personnel
with defects
-learners
extracted
temporary
-learners Treated-
personnel
carries free-
learners
dental
caries-
learners
Online
consultations
- teachers and
personnel
extraction-
learners
periodontal
disease-
learners dental
prescription
-teachers and
personnel
given filling
-learners
fluorosis
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
2
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During
Pandemic
10
9 SSAT-Compliance of all
School Sectors
SAT-Compliant Schools with Non-
Participating Grade Levels
12
11 Participating Learners in Limited
Face-to-Face
Vaccination Status of Learners and
Personnel in all School Sectors
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PUBLIC
Number of School – 4
SSAT Compliant – 4
Participating in the F2F classes - 4
PRIVATE
Number of School – 1
SSAT Compliant – 1
Participating in the F2F classes - 1
100%
100%
• All Public and Private schools that are SSAT Compliant are 100% Participating in Face-to-face classes.
Number of SSAT-Compliant Schools and Number of Schools Participating in F2F Classes
(Public and Private Schools)
100%
100%
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Vaccination Status of Teachers and Personnel in Public Schools
37 out of 37 teachers and
personnel are fully vaccinated
Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated
100%
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Vaccination Status of Teachers and Personnel in Private Schools
10 out of 10 teachers and
personnel are fully vaccinated
Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated
100%
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Vaccination Status Among Learners
5 - 11 YRS. OLD
1,036 learners aged 5-11 years old, 117
were vaccinated and 919 were
unvaccinated.
It is a joint effort of the school and local
government to continuously promote the
vaccination campaigns. The conduct of school-
based immunization is a collective effort to
expand the vaccination program among
learners.
117
11.29%
Vaccinated
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SBM Level of Practice of Schools
E
L
E
M
E
N
T
A
R
Y
2019-
2020
2020-
2021
2021-
2022
Elem Elem Elem
LEVEL 3
310 333 387
LEVEL 2
107 104 50
LEVEL 1
8 5 5
* Write information about the above infographics
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Pillar
2
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Access, Equity and
Inclusion in Education
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
13 Other Pertinent Data under
Access, Equity and Inclusion in
Education
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Funding Requirements for Identified Needs, FY 2023
Level Teacher Storage Budget
Requirements
Elementary Level 0 0
Estimated
Budget
Requirements
Needs Cost
Elementary Level 17 50, 541,811.00
Classroom
Requirement
Teacher
Requirement
Total additional fund
requirement
Php 50,541,811.00
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
KEY CHALLENGES
-Data on School Health Records
- School Nutritional Status Report
S.Y 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022
-School Records on Face- to- Face Attendees
-School Inventory on Facilities
PILLAR 2
CHALLENGES BASES
1. Number of Unvaccinated Learners
2. School Based Feeding Program
3.Number of pupils to the Face- to- Face Classes
4. Shortage of classrooms
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GOAL
Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to
4
STRATEGIES
1. Intensify
vaccination
campaign among
parents/ learners.
2. Resume delivery
of school health
services after
pandemic period
and strengthen
the
implementation of
School Based
Feeding Program.
INTERVENTIONS
Conduct intensive information campaign/ drive
for vaccination.
Intensify the delivery of school health services
through active and participation involvement of
school personnel.
MAJOR OUTPUTS
Increased number of vaccinated
pupils.
Basic health services are provided to
learners, teachers, and personnel
towards attainment of optimum health.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GOAL
Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to
4
STRATEGIES
3. Intensify Face- to-
Face class campaign
among parents and
learners.
4. Inform concerned
agency about the
shortage of
classrooms.
INTERVENTIONS
Engage parents and pupils in disseminating
information about Face-to-Face classes
Write letter of request to the concerned agency.
MAJOR OUTPUTS
Increased number of learners in the
conduct of Face-to-Face classes.
Sufficient classroom
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Implementation Plan
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NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Conduct
intensive
information
campaign drive
for vaccination.
Teachers
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
No Budget Required
Budget Source
Interventions
Meeting with
parents, learners
and Barangay
Officials
1. Intensification
of vaccination
campaign
among parents
and learners.
School Head/
Teachers,
School Head
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Intensify the delivery
of school health
services through
active participative
involvement of school
health personnel for
the implementation of
health programs
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
0
Budget Source
Interventions
1. Attend planning
conference among
health personnel.
-Conduct orientation
of teachers through
LAC sessions
2. Conduct re-
orientation of Wash in
Schools (Wins)
Programs.
2. Resumption of
delivery of school
health services after
pandemic period and
strengthen the
implementation of the
School-Based
Feeding Program
Teachers
School Health
Coordinator
and Teachers
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Intensify the delivery
of school health
services through
active participative
involvement of school
health personnel for
the implementation of
health programs
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
0
Budget Source
Interventions
3. Conduct health
activities on:
awareness -
campaign on COVID
19 vaccination.
-nutritional status
identification among
learners (baseline
and endline) for
program
implementation
2. Resumption of
delivery of school
health services after
pandemic period and
strengthen the
implementation of the
School-Based
Feeding Program
Teachers
School Health
Coordinator
and Teachers
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Intensify the delivery
of school health
services through
active participative
involvement of school
health personnel for
the implementation of
health programs
Teachers
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
Php 25,000.00
Budget Source
DepEd National Budget
Interventions
4.Implementation of
School Based
Feeding Program for
Kinder to Grade 6
learners to improve
their health and
nutritional status.
2. Resumption of
delivery of school
health services after
pandemic period and
strengthen the
implementation of the
School-Based
Feeding Program
School Health
Coordinator
School Health
Coordinator
and Teachers
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Intensify the delivery
of school health
services through
active participative
involvement of school
health personnel for
the implementation of
health programs
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
0
Budget Source
Interventions
5. Conduct evaluation
on the implementation
of health services
programs to ensure
optimum results on
the health status of
learners.
2. Resumption of
delivery of school
health services after
pandemic period and
strengthen the
implementation of the
School-Based
Feeding Program
Teachers
School Health
Coordinator
and Teachers
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Conduct meeting and
engage parents and
learners in
disseminating
information about
Face-to-Face
Classes.
Teachers
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
0
Budget Source
Interventions
Meeting with parents,
learners and
Barangay Officials.
3. Intensification of
Face-to-Face Class
campaign among
parents and learners.
School Head /
Teachers and
School Head
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Write letter of request
to the concerned
agency
Functional / School-In-Charge
PILLAR 2
Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of
school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
BoSY
2022
BoSY
2023
BoSY
2024
Estimated Budget
0
Budget Source
Interventions
Conducting meeting
with School Planning
Team
4. Reporting to the
concerned agency
about the shortage of
classrooms
School Head /
Teachers and
School Head
Teachers
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pillar
3
K TO 12 Curriculum
Review And Update
Quality of Teachers, School
Heads and Supervisors
Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
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Career Stages of Teachers
Baseline Data Career Stage 1 Career Stage 2 Career Stage 3
SY 2019-2020
SY 2020-2021
* Majority of the teachers are in Career Stage 2, there is a need for the provision of
professional development trainings for them to acquire the needed competencies
prescribed in the Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers (PPST).
9% 90% 1%
9% 90% 1%
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Capacity-Building Activities Conducted
2020 2021
30
Number of
Capability Building
Conducted
4 -Different Learning Areas
1 -LRMDS
8 -PPST and PPSSH
0 -SMEA
17 -ICT
22
Number of
Capability Building
Conducted
9 -Different Learning Areas
4 -LRMDS
4 -PPST and PPSSH
1 -SMEA
4 -ICT
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NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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Assessment of Professional Development for
Teachers Based on PPST, IPCRF, & e-SAT
Domain 1: Content
Knowledge and Pedagogy
Domain 2: Learning
Environment
Domain 3: Diversity of
Learners
17%
20%
59%
4%
Sales
Applying knowledge of content within and
across curriculum teaching areas
Using a range of teaching strategies that
enhance learner achievement in literacy and
numeracy skills
Applying a range of teaching strategies to
develop critical and creativity
Displaying proficient use of Mother Tongue,
Filipino, and English to falitate learners
41.4%
58.6%
Establishing safe and secure learning
environment to enhance learning through the
consistent implementation of policies,
guidelines and procedures.
Managing learner behavior constructively by
applying positive and non violent discipline to
ensure learning focused enviroment
58%
11.8%
25.5%
5%
Using differentiated, developmentally appropriate
learning experiences to address learners' gender and
development
Designing, adapting and implementing teaching
strategies that are responsive to learners with
disabilities
Planning and delivering teaching strategies that are
responsive to the school
Adapting and using culturally appropriate teaching
strategies to add to the development of the learners
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Assessment of Professional Development for Teachers Based on PPST,
IPCRF, & e-SAT
Domain 4: Curriculum and Planning Domain 5: Assessment and Reporting
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Assessment of Professional Development for Teachers Based on PPST, IPCRF, & e-SAT
Domain 6: Community Linkages
and Professional Engagement
Domain 7: Personal Growth and
Professional Development
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Domain 1: Leading
Strategically
Domain 2: Managing School
Operations and Resources
Domain 3: Focusing on
Teaching and Learning
Assessment of Professional Development for School Heads Based on PPSSH & OPCRF
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of
policies, guidelines and….
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of
policies,guidelines….
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of
laws, policies, guidelines…
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of
laws, policies, guidelines…
35%
20%
15%
30%
15% 15%
20%
15%
5%
Demonstrating knowledge of the DepEd vision,
mission and core values to foster shared
understanding and alignment of school policies,
programs, projects and activities
Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the
phases of development and implementation with the
planning team, school plans aligned with institutional
goals and policies.
Undertaking policy implementation and review in the
school to ensure that operations are consistent with
national and local laws, regulations and issuances.
Utilizing relevant research findings from reliable
sources in facilitating data-driven and evidence-based
innovations to improve school performance.
Developing implementation programs in the school
that support the development of learners.
Demonstrating management in school data and
information using technology including ICT, to ensure
efficient and effective school operations.
Demonstrating management in finances adhering to
policies, guidelines and issuances in allocation,
procurement, disbursement and liquidation aligned
with the school plan.
Managing school facilities and equipment in
adherence to policies, guidelines and issuances on
acquisition, recording, utilization, repair and disposal.
Developing management in staffing such as teaching
load distribution and grade level and subject area
assignment in adherence to laws, policies, guidelines
and issuances based on the needs of the school.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Domain 4: Developing Self and Others Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional
Engagement
Assessment of Professional Development for School Heads Based on PPSSH & OPCRF
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Domain 4: Developing Self and Others Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional
Engagement
Teachers who attended the early language literacy and numeracy
(ELLN)
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KEY CHALLENGES
PILLAR 3
CHALLENGES BASES
 Performance of Teachers
 PPST Domains Targeted Aligned
with Teachers’
 PPSSH Domains Targeted based
on School Heads’ Needs.
 Number and Type of Trainings
Conducted
 IPCRF Rating
 E-SAT
 Database of Trainings
 Conducted
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GOAL
STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS
1. Equip teachers with
necessary
competencies to
address issues and
concerns on teaching
and learning process.
2. Intensify the school
heads competencies
on the
a. Managing School
Operations and
Resource
b. Focusing on teaching
and learning
Conduct NEAP-accredited trainings on
• Pedagogical approaches on the
development of literacy and
numeracy.
Conduct NEAP-Accredited trainings on
managing school operations and
resources and focusing on teaching and
learning.
Develop and enhance the competencies and commitment of teaching related and non-teaching
personnel through competency-based and apposite trainings for quality performance in Career Stages
1-4.
Teachers with improved:
• Pedagogical competencies on
literacy and numeracy.
• Assessment of learning
School heads with improved
competencies on managing school
operations and resources, focusing on
teaching and learning.
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Implementation Plan
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1
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Conduct NEAP-accredited
trainings on
 Pedagogical approaches
on the development of
literacy and numeracy.
 Assessment of learning
Conduct NEAP-Accredited
trainings on managing school
operations and resources and
focusing on teaching and
learning.
f
PILLAR 3
Goal: Enhance the competencies and commitment of teaching and non-teaching personnel through
competency-based and apposite trainings for quality performance in Career Stages 1-4.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
Year Round Year Round Year Round
A month
before the
start of the
calendar year.
A month
before the
start of the
calendar
year.
A month
before the
start of the
calendar
year.
Interventions
1. Equip teachers with
necessary competencies to
address issues and concerns
on teaching and learning
process.
• Capacitate
teachers on the
pedagogical
approaches on the
development of
literacy ad
numeracy.
• Capacitate school
heads on the
managing school
operations and
resources and
focusing on
teaching and
learning.
• CID/SGOD Chief
EPS, PSDS, SEPS
& EPS, SMME and
School Heads.
• CID/SGOD Chief
EPS, PSDS, SEPS
& EPS, SMME
Functional Division in -Charge
CID&SGOD
Estimated Budget Budget Score
2. Intensify the school heads
competencies on the
a. Managing School
Operations and Resource
b. Focusing on teaching and
learning.
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Pillar
3
Engagement of
Stakeholders for Support
and Collaboration
Responsive Engagement
For Education
During Pandemic
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Pillar
3
Engagement of
Stakeholders for Support
and Collaboration
Responsive Engagement
For Education
During Pandemic
2
1
Existing Partnerships
and Collaboration
Summary of Donations/Grants
and Corresponding Beneficiaries
3 Other Pertinent Data under
Responsive Engagement for Education
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
PARTNERSHIP and COLLABORATION
TOTAL
2019 2020 2021
16 18
8
0
1
2
11
➢ Provincial Government
➢ National Gov’t Agencies
➢ Private/External Partners
➢ Local Gov’t Units
Majority of Northville VI Elementary School partners are from private/
external sectors. There is a need to engage more government agencies for
continued commitment to increase support in education.
13
0
1
2
15
0
1
2
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2019
2020
2021
TotalAllocations
5, 050, 000
5, 050, 000
5, 010, 000
Most of our allotted budget from the Provincial Government were allocated in
the construction of 2 storey building to widen the teaching facilities of the school.
Provincial Special Education Fund (SEF)
2021 5, 010, 000
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
KEY CHALLENGES
- Sustainability of Stakeholders’ Engagement in
Learning Support
- Assistance of the stakeholders’ understanding in
the learning process/environment.
- Partnership with NGO’s in the learning process
- Data on Brigada Eskwela
- Donations/Supports of LGU and Adopt A
School Program
- Partnership with Public and Private sectors
CHALLENGES BASES
PILLAR 4
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
GOAL
STRATEGIES
1. Strengthens and sustain
stakeholders’
engagement
2. Engage stakeholders
from private sectors in
learning support
INTERVENTIONS
1. Conduct guidelines and partnership among
stakeholders.
2. Engagement of partnership program
implementation
3. Conduct convergence activities with stakeholders
4. Recognize and appreciate the school stakeholders
and partnership through DepEd Tayo – Northville
VI Elementary School – 158524
Implementation of Parent-Teacher Collaboration
from public and private sectors for Learning Recovery
MAJOR OUTPUTS
Enhanced guidelines on partnership
Data as a result of monitoring and
evaluation of the partnership program
Increased donations whether cash, kind,
or manpower DepEd Tayo – Northville
VI Elementary School – 158524
Stakeholders’ improvised support in
curriculum
* Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and
inclusion in basic education.
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Implementation Plan
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A. Conduct of
guidelines on
partnership
B. Enhancement of
partnership
program
implementation
PILLAR 4
Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and
inclusion in basic education.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2022
Year
Round
2022
Year
Round
2022
Year
Round
Interventions
1. Coordination
meetings;
Convergence with
education partners
and stakeholders
2. MOA/MOU
review and approval
1. Strengthen
stakeholders’
engagement
- School Head
- Teacher-
Parent
- LGU’s
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Implementation
of Parent-
Teacher
Collaboration
from public and
private sectors
for Learning
Recovery
PILLAR 4
Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and
inclusion in basic education.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2022
Year
Round
2023
Year
Round
2024
Year
Round
Interventions
Regular coordination
with concerned
parties to ensure
smooth
implementation of
policies and
guidelines
2. . Engage
stakeholders from
private and public
sectors in
curriculum
support
- School Head
- Teacher-
Parent
- LGU’s
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Proper guidance on
the procedures
relative to the
conduct of turnover
of donations and
recognize best
practices on
partnership building
PILLAR 4
Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and
inclusion in basic education.
Strategies Critical Actions
(Activities)
Responsible /
Accountable Unit
Time Frame
2022
Year
Round
2023
Year
Round
2024
Year
Round
Interventions
1. Conduct School
Local Stakeholders
Convergence
Focusing on the
Resiliency to the
New Normal Setting
and Recognition of
Internal and
External Stakeholders
3. Recognition of
Education Partners
and Highlight
different partnership
initiatives
- School Head
- Teacher-
Parent
- LGU’s
NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
SWOT Analysis
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Performance Targets
ACCESS EFFICIENCY QUALITY RESILIENCE AND WELL-BEING
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Net Enrolment Rate - KINDERGARTEN
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
2022 2023 2024
Target Forecasted
Attach picture of kindergarten pupils
ACCESS
2022 2023 2024
TARGET
FORECASTED
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Net Enrolment Rate - ELEMENTARY
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
2022 2023 2024
Target Forecasted
Attach picture of kindergarten pupils
ACCESS
2022 2023 2024
TARGET
FORECASTED
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Out of School Rate (School Leaver Rate) - ELEMENTARY
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
2022 2023 2024
Target Forecasted
EFFICIENCY
2022 2023 2024
TARGET
FORECASTED
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Completion Rate- ELEMENTARY
0
0.2
0.4
0.6
0.8
1
1.2
2022 2023 2024
Target Forecasted
EFFICIENCY
2022 2023 2024
TARGET
FORECASTED
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QUALITY
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ResilenceandWell-Being
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Analysis and
Management
of and Risk
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Analysis and Management of Risk
Identified Risk Severity
Institutional Risk
Risk
Categories
Probability
High/Medium/Low
Impact
High/Medium/Low
Overall Rate Mitigation Strategies
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Indicative Timelines
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Monitoring and
Evaluation Plan
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PILLAR 1
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PILLAR 2
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PILLAR 3
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PILLAR 4
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Communication Plan
Communication
Problem
Communication
Objective
Target
Audience
Message
Activity /
Channel
Time
Frame
Budget
Responsible
Person
Communication Plan
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Communication
Problem
Communication
Objective
Target
Audience
Message
Activity /
Channel
Time
Frame
Budget
Responsible
Person
Communication Plan
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Research Support
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Northville VI commits to
implement its LRP that SERVES!
Strategic
Empowering
Reflective
Vital
Excellence
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  • 1. SDO Bulacan’s actions to address learning gaps is an LRP that SERVES… BALAGTAS DISTRICT Division of Bulacan To the stakeholders o Strategic o Empowering o Reflective o Vital o Excellence o Solidarity
  • 2. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Background and Context
  • 3. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Background and Context
  • 4. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Community Quarantine / Alert Level of Central Luzon Provinces (March 2020-2021)
  • 5. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL BULACAN COVID-19 ACTIVE CASES (March 2020 - April 2022) Source: Bulacan PHO facebook page
  • 6. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL No. of Learners, Teachers and Non-Teaching Personnel in the Division Reported to have Contracted the COVID-19 Virus (Confirmed Cases)
  • 7. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL OVERVIEWOFSCHOOL CLOSURES ANDREOPENINGS IN SOUTHEAST ASIA Source: UNICEF / UNESCO
  • 8. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Source: UNICEF / UNESCO
  • 9. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Amid pandemic, the governance and operation of DepEd office and its schools did not stop. The Alternative Work Arrangement (AWA) with its Report to the Office (RTO) and Work from Home (WFH) scheme was implemented adhered and by all SDO personnel and its field offices. Meanwhile, to address the needs of the students, the modular distance learning delivery modality was adopted. Self-learning modules (SLMs) in all grade levels were developed and utilized. This mode was augmented by online “kamustahan” of teachers to their respective learners. Radio-based instruction (RBI) as well as DepEd TV were utilized as flexible learning option to meet the needs of the learners.
  • 10. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL The use of various social media platforms became the avenue for all the online meetings, trainings and the like in DepEd. The access for ICT technology and the technological prowess posed a big challenge to everyone. It has been two (2) years since then and we were brought to a scenario, no one could ever imagine-the learning losses incurred to our learners. DepEd Secretary Briones pointed out, “our learners can’t wait”. Something must be done for them. This Learning Recovery Plan is a living document and may be modified to address the specific and unique needs of Bulakeño students. It is believed that together and as a school-community, we can mitigate the impact of the pandemic.
  • 11. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Operational Frameworks of the Learning Recovery Plan(LRP)
  • 12. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL The RAPID Learning Recovery Framework Source: UNICEF, UNESCO, The World Bank 2022
  • 13. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL KITE Framework
  • 14. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Operational Framework
  • 15. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL National Learning Recovery Framework
  • 16. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION III Learners are in schools and learning centers, access programs responsive to their needs, and participate actively in the learning delivery modalities. Disadvantaged, marginalized, and affected are given the needed to their learning learners support address losses by appropriate providing learning resources and strategies Learners meet learning standards in literacy, numeracy, and science skills, and graduates are prepared for higher education, employment, and entrepreneurship. Learners attain optimum level of physical, social, and mental health and wellness and resilience ACCESS EQUITY QUALITY RESILIENCE AND WELL-BEING INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES GOAL By 2024, the Bulakenyo learners are able to develop and improve their foundational and lifelong learning skills as well as their resilience and health for their participation in their communities and the society SECTOR OUTCOME Learners acquired literacy, numeracy and science skills for them to reach their potential as individuals and citizens ENABLING ENVIRONMENT Collaborative, Responsive and Empowering Governance, Management, and Systems SDO LRP FRAMEWORK NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
  • 17. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION REGION III Learners are in schools and learning centers, access programs responsive to their needs, and participate actively in the learning delivery modalities. Disadvantaged, marginalized, and affected are given the needed to their learning learners support address losses by appropriate providing learning resources and strategies Learners meet learning standards in literacy, numeracy, and science skills, and graduates are prepared for higher education, employment, and entrepreneurship. Learners attain optimum level of physical, social, and mental health and wellness and resilience ACCESS EQUITY QUALITY RESILIENCE AND WELL-BEING INTERMEDIATE OUTCOMES GOAL By 2024, the Bulakenyo learners are able to develop and improve their foundational and lifelong learning skills as well as their resilience and health for their participation in their communities and the society SECTOR OUTCOME Learners acquired literacy, numeracy and science skills for them to reach their potential as individuals and citizens ENABLING ENVIRONMENT Collaborative, Responsive and Empowering Governance, Management, and Systems SCHOOL LRP FRAMEWORK NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL
  • 18. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 1 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Quality of Learning Outcomes and Learning Delivery Modalities Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
  • 19. Pillar 1 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Quality of Learning Outcomes and Learning Delivery Modalities Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Learning Delivery Modalities Implemented 3 Least and Most Learned Competencies (MELCs) in Four (4) Subjects (Grade 1-3) Results of Reading Assessments for English and Filipino, Grades 1-3, Project AN 2 1
  • 20. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Reading Assessment-English, Grades 1-3 Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3 Number of cases S.Y. 2019-2020** (Pre-Pandemic) No EGRA administered in SY 2020-2021 Number of cases S.Y. 2019-2020** (During Pandemic) In 2019-2020 (Pre-pandemic), Phil-IRI results for Grades 1-3 shows that 67.66% or 70.87% of learners passed the assessment. However, during the pandemic, Using EGRA, the percentage of Grades 1-3 learners who passed the assessment generally dropped to 5.75% in Grade 3. *EGRA/Phil-IRI-Standard assessment tool in literacy given only to Grades 1-3 Pupils 167 148 103 113 101 73 67.66% 68.24% 70.87% 154 128 172 83 66 112 53.89% 51.56% 65.12% 167
  • 21. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Consolidated EGRA Report in English for Grades 1-3 SY 2021-2022 Component 57Total Number of Pupils Who are Literate in the Components of EGRA in English Grade 1 % Grade 2 % Grade 3 % Average Rank Book and Print Knowledge 96 62.33% 88 68.75% 134 77.91% 69.66% 1 Phonetic Awareness 83 53.89% 72 56.25% 103 59.88% 56.67% 2 Alphabetic Knowledge 72 46.75% 69 53.91% 98 56.98% 52.55% 3 Decoding Skills 70 45.45% 70 54.69% 88 51.16% 50.43% 4 Spelling and Reading Rate 63 40.90% 71 55.47% 85 49.42% 47.93% 5 Reading Accuracy 60 38.96% 65 50.78% 78 45.35% 45.03% 6 Listening Comprehension Skills 52 33.76% 57 44.53% 72 41.86% 40.05% 8 Diction/Spelling Skills 57 37.01% 55 42.97% 75 43.60% 41.18% 7 Of the eight components in Early Grade Reading Assessment for English in Grades 1 to 3, listening comprehension skills were identified as having the least level of literacy while book and printed knowledge ranked the highest percentage of literacy among the learners who took the test.
  • 22. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Reading Assessment-Filipino, Grades 1-3 Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic GRADE 1 GRADE 2 GRADE 3 Number of cases S.Y. 2019-2020** (Pre-Pandemic) No EGRA administered in SY 2020-2021 Number of cases S.Y. 2019-2020** (During Pandemic) Before the pandemic, percentage of Grades 1-3 learners who passed the Phil-IRI assessment ranged from 68.86 % to 71.84%. During the pandemic, percentage of learners who passed the reading assessment dropped by 11.07% in Grade 1, 15.44% in Grade 2 to as much as 0.33% in Grade 3 (Using EGRA as assessment tool). *EGRA/Phil-IRI-Standard assessment tool in literacy given only to Grades 1-3 Pupils 167 148 103 115 105 74 68.86% 70.91% 71.84% 154 128 172 89 71 123 57.79% 55.47% 71.51%
  • 23. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Consolidated EGRA Report in Filipino for Grades 1-3 SY 2021-2022 Component Total Number of Pupils Who are Literate in the Components of EGRA in Filipino Grade 1 % Grade 2 % Grade 3 % Average Rank Book and Print Knowledge 109 70.78% 91 71.09% 124 72.09% 71.32% 1 Phonetic Awareness 90 58.44% 89 69.53% 111 64.53% 64.17% 2 Alphabetic Knowledge 85 55.19% 87 67.97% 109 63.67% 62.28% 3 Decoding Skills 78 50.65% 83 64.84% 99 57.56% 57.68% 4 Spelling and Reading Rate 71 46.10% 79 61.72% 88 51.16% 52.99% 5 Reading Accuracy 70 45.45% 75 58.59% 89 51.74% 51.93% 6 Listening Comprehension Skills 69 44.81% 70 54.69% 73 42.44% 47.31% 8 Diction/Spelling Skills 67 43.51% 68 53.13% 75 43.60% 46.75% 7 Of the eight components in Early Grade Reading Assessment for Filipino in Grades 1 to 3, dictation/spelling skills and listening comprehension skills were identified as having the least level of literacy while book and printed knowledge ranked the highest percentage of literacy among the learners who took the test.
  • 24. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Project All Numerates (PAN) Grade 1 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic GRADE 1 NUMERATES NEARLY NUMERATES NON- NUMERATES TOTAL SY 2019-2020 (Pre-Pandemic) SY 2020-2021 (During Pandemic) Among Grade 1 learners, the number of non-numerates and nearly numerates recorded diminished in figures while those numerates greatly increase during the pandemic. 10 82 72 131 5.10% 49.10% 43.11% 0% 17.56% 82.44% 0 23 108 167
  • 25. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Project All Numerates (PAN) Grade 2 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic GRADE 2 NUMERATES NEARLY NUMERATES NON- NUMERATES TOTAL SY 2019-2020 (Pre-Pandemic) SY 2020-2021 (During Pandemic) Similar trend is seen among Grade 2 pupils. There were increments in both non-numerates and nearly numerates. A chunk of decrease among the number of numerates was clearly illustrated. 21 60 65 146 14.38% 41.09% 44.52% 0 23 108 131 0% 17.56 82.44%
  • 26. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Project All Numerates (PAN) Grade 3 Numeracy Data - Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic GRADE 3 NUMERATES NEARLY NUMERATES NON- NUMERATES TOTAL SY 2019-2020 (Pre-Pandemic) SY 2020-2021 (During Pandemic) The facts and figures in Grade 1 and 2 are somewhat repeated in Grade 3 data. In totally, there is a downward trend in the numeracy level among Grade 1-3 pupils during pandemic. 15 56 56 124 12.09% 45.16% 42.74% 0 1 135 136 0% 0.7% 99.26%
  • 27. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Most and Least Learned MELCs in Filipino 1. Nagagamit ang pangngalan sa pagsasalaysay tungkol sa mga tao,lugar,bagay sa paligid 2. Nasasagot ang mga tanong tungkol sa kuwento, usapan, teksto, balita at tula. 3. Nagagamit ng wasto ang mga pang-abay na naglalarawan ng isang kilos o gawi. G3 1. Nagagamit ang naunang kaalaman o karanasan sa pag-unawa ng napakinggang teksto 2. Nakasusunod sa nakasulat na panutong may 1-2 at 3-4 na hakbang. 3. Nagagamit ang personal na karanasan sa paghinuha ng mangyayarisa nabasa/napakinggang tekdto o kuwento G2 1. Nakasasagot sa mga tanong tungkol sa napakinggang pabula, tula, tugma at tekstong pang-impormasyon. 2. Nasasagot ang mga tanong tungkol sa napakinggan pabula,tugma/tula, at tekstong pang-impormasyon 3. Nababaybay nang wasto ang mga salitang natututuhan sa aralin at salitang may tatlo o apat na pantig. G1 G3 G2 G1 1. Nakasusunod sa nakasulat na panuto na may 2-4 hakbang. 2. Naiuulat ang mga naobserbahan sa pangyayari sa pamayanan. 3. Nasasabi ang sariling ideya tungkol sa tekstong napakinggan 1. Nakasusulat sa kabit-kabit na paraan na may tamang laki at layo sa isa’t 2. Nailalarawan ang mga elemento(tauhan, tagpuan, banghay,at bahagi at ng kuwento) panimula, kasukdulan, katapusa/karanasan 3. Naibibigay ang mga sumusuportang kaisipan sa pangunahing kaisipan ng tekstong binasa 1. Makakapagtatanong tungkol sa isang larawan. Nagagamit ang mga salitang sino, saan, kailan, ilan, paano sa pagtatanong. 2. Nakapagtatanong tungkol sa isang larawan, kuwento, at napakinggang balita 3. Nabibigay ang susunod na mangyayari sa napakinggang kuwento.
  • 28. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Learning Delivery Modalities Implemented Northville VI Elementary School resorted to using pure modular scheme in their delivery of learning. The absence of access to internet hindered many to adopt online distance learning (ODL) modality. Modality Number of Pupils Percentage Pure modular Modular with Online (Synchronous/ Asynchronous Modular augmented by DepEd TV and Radio Kapitolyo Radio-Based Instruction TOTAL 398 0 0 0 398 100% 0% 0% 0% 100%
  • 29. KEY CHALLENGES NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PILLAR 1 CHALLENGES BASES Inventory of Teacher-made Assessment Tools Results of Classroom Observation (CO), Focus Group Discussion, Online ‘Kumustahan’ Assessment Mechanism on the proper implementation of Learning Delivery Modalities
  • 30. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS STRATEGIES INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality • Introduce and implement the hybrid learning delivery modality with clear mechanism and policy guidelines (class program, teachers’ load, learning resources, and technology) • Implement accelerated learning and Enrichment of instructional delivery through: a. Content Enhancement b. Remediation Program c. Reinforcement Program  Hybrid learning delivery modality implemented  Condensed Budget of work  Class and Teachers’ Programs for hybrid Learning  Standard Weekly learning Plans  Maximized utilization of learning resources and modalities  Contextualized learning delivery in all learning areas
  • 31. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS STRATEGIES INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementation of 5Bs Program (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bihasang Bumabasa) through: a. Review of the program implementation guidelines; b. Establishment of learners’ reading profile; c. Departmentalization for English and Filipino in Key Stages 1 d. Profiling of reading teachers (trainings on teaching reading) e. Recapacitation of reading teachers f. Reassessment and enhancement of reading materials g. Monitoring and evaluation of 5Bs reading program implementation; and h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of policy recommendation. i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory assignment of Reading teachers (to be assigned to Grade 1 Advisers) j. Recognition of Reading Teachers 1. Progress Reports on the following: -Learners’ Literacy Profile -Assessment Results - Implementation of 5Bs 1. Profile of Reading Teachers 2. Trainings for Reading Teachers 3. Quality-assured contextualized reading materials for different types of learners 4. Localized and contextualized policies on Reading Teachers and implementation of 5Bs
  • 32. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS STRATEGIES INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. 3. Intensify the school-based Project PROTECT (PROvide Taching and Learning Materials to Enhance Mathematical Capability of Grade Two Pupils) • Strengthen the implementation of Project PROTECT through: a. Review of the program implementation guidelines; b. Establishment of learners’ numeracy profile; c. Departmentalization for Mathematics in Key Stages 1 d. Profiling of Mathematics teachers (trainings on teaching math) e. Recapacitation of Key Stages I Mathematics teachers; f. Reassessment of the Mathematics learning materials. g. Monitoring and evaluation of Project PROTECT and h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of policy recommendation i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory assignment of Mathematics teachers (to be assigned to Grade 2 Advisers) j. Recognition of Mathematics Teachers 1. Progress Reports on the following: -Learners’ Numeracy Profile -Assessment Results - Implementation of Project PROTECT 1. Profile of Mathematics Teachers 2. Trainings for Mathematics Teachers 3. Quality-assured contextualized Mathematics learning materials 4. Localized and contextualized policies on Mathematics Teachers and implementation of Project PROTECT
  • 33. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS STRATEGIES INTERVENTIONS MAJOR OUTPUTS Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. 3. Intensify the school-based Project PROTECT (PROvide Taching and Learning Materials to Enhance Mathematical Capability of Grade Two Pupils) • Strengthen the implementation of Project PROTECT through: a. Review of the program implementation guidelines; b. Establishment of learners’ numeracy profile; c. Departmentalization for Mathematics in Key Stages 1 d. Profiling of Mathematics teachers (trainings on teaching math) e. Recapacitation of Key Stages I Mathematics teachers; f. Reassessment of the Mathematics learning materials. g. Monitoring and evaluation of Project PROTECT and h. Assessment of program outcomes and preparation of policy recommendation i. Localized policy on tenure and grade/advisory assignment of Mathematics teachers (to be assigned to Grade 2 Advisers) j. Recognition of Mathematics Teachers 1. Progress Reports on the following: -Learners’ Numeracy Profile -Assessment Results - Implementation of Project PROTECT 1. Profile of Mathematics Teachers 2. Trainings for Mathematics Teachers 3. Quality-assured contextualized Mathematics learning materials 4. Localized and contextualized policies on Mathematics Teachers and implementation of Project PROTECT
  • 34. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PILLAR 1 Implementation Plan
  • 36. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality in key Stage 1 a. Face to face b. Modular Enrichment of Instructional Delivery through: a. Content enhancement b. Remediation program c. Reinforcement Program PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 1. Conduct inventory of teachers adopting hybrid-learning modality School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 2 months before the opening of classes 2024 2 months before the opening of classes Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 2 months before the opening of classes
  • 37. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality in key Stage 1 a. Face to face b. Modular Enrichment of Instructional Delivery through: a. Content enhancement b. Remediation program c. Reinforcement Program PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2. Assess teachers’ competencies on the proper and effective utilization of hybrid learning modality applicable for ELLN. School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2023 2 months before the opening of classes 2024 2 months before the opening of classes Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2022 5th week of July 2022 2023 2 months before the opening of classes
  • 38. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality in key Stage 1 a. Face to face b. Modular Enrichment of Instructional Delivery through: a. Content enhancement b. Remediation program c. Reinforcement Program PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 3. Capacitate teachers on the proper implementation of hybrid learning modality applicable for ELLN. School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2024 3 months before the opening of classes Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2022 6 th week of July 2022 2023 3 months before the opening of classes
  • 39. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality in key Stage 1 a. Face to face b. Modular Enrichment of Instructional Delivery through: a. Content enhancement b. Remediation program c. Reinforcement Program PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 4. Identify the least and most mastered MELCs across learning areas. School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2024 3 months before the opening of classes Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2022 7th week of July 2022 2023 3 months before the opening of classes
  • 40. 1. Adopt hybrid learning delivery modality in key Stage 1 a. Face to face b. Modular Enrichment of Instructional Delivery through: a. Content enhancement b. Remediation program c. Reinforcement Program PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 5. Unpack identified least mastered skills. School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2024 3 months before the opening of classes Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2022 8th week of July 2022 2023 3 months before the opening of classes
  • 41. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementatio n of 5Bs (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bumabasa) a. Review the guidelines of the program implementation PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 1. Collaborate with the School Head, School English and Filipino coordinators on the review of guidelines of 5Bs implementation School Head, school English and Filipino coordinators Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st month of long vacation 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 1st month of long vacation
  • 42. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementatio n of 5Bs (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bumabasa) a. Review the guidelines of the program implementation PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2. Identify teaching strategies to reinforce the school-based reading program. School Head, school English and Filipino coordinators Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st month of long vacation 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 1st month of long vacation
  • 43. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementatio n of 5Bs (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bumabasa) b. Establish learners’ reading profile. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 3. Gather, validate and analyze the learners’ reading skills profile. School Head, school English and Filipino coordinators Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 44. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementatio n of 5Bs (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bumabasa) b. Establish learners’ reading profile. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 4. Conduct capacity- building activities on supervisory and pedagogical approaches. 2. Conduct capacity- building activities on pedagogical approaches on the development of literacy, numeracy and scientific skills School Head, school English and Filipino coordinators Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 45. 2. Intensify the school-based reading program in English and Filipino • Strengthen the implementatio n of 5Bs (Bawat Batang Bulakenyo Bumabasa) b. Establish learners’ reading profile. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in key stage 1, through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 5. Conduct the following activities: - reevaluation and classification of available instructional materials. -preparation of additional IMs (if needed) School Head, school English and Filipino coordinators Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 4th week of July 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 46. 3. Strengthen the classroom and performance-based assessment practices. • Intensify the practices on classroom and performance- based assessment. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 1. Conduct assessment of: - teachers’ competencies on the preparation of learners’ assessment based on the standard; School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 1st week Of 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 47. 3. Strengthen the classroom and performance-based assessment practices. • Intensify the practices on classroom and performance- based assessment. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2. Conduct assessment of: - validity and reliability of available learners’ assessment tools School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 1st week of May 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 48. 3. Strengthen the classroom and performance-based assessment practices. • Intensify the practices on classroom and performance- based assessment. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 3. Conduct assessment of: - evaluate the learners’ competencies on the utilization of different learning assessment tools such as written task, performance- based assessment and computer-based assessment (CBA). School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 1st week of May 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 49. 3. Strengthen the classroom and performance-based assessment practices. • Intensify the practices on classroom and performance- based assessment. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame • 4. Provide activities to expose the learners in different types of assessment such as written, performance- based and computer-based assessment. School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 1st week of May 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 50. 3. Strengthen the classroom and performance-based assessment practices. • Intensify the practices on classroom and performance- based assessment. PILLAR 1 Goal: Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education for all learners in every key stage, special programs through literacy, numeracy, and science skills recovery in key stage 1 to 4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame • 5. Evaluate the learners’ progress based on DepEd standard. • School Head, M&E Team, Grades 1-3 Teachers, Parents Interventions NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Functional School-In-Charge School M&E Team Estimated Budget Budget Source 2024 1st quarter 2nd quarter 2022 1st week of May 2022 2023 1st quarter 2nd quarter
  • 51. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 Improving Learning Environment Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
  • 52. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 Improving Learning Environment Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic 2 1 Comparative data on number of schools: Public, Private Comparative data on permanently/ temporarily closed private schools
  • 53. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Comparative Data on Number of Schools: Public, Private per Key Stage 3 1 0 3 1 0 3 1 0 0 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs KINDER-GRADE 6 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 1 1 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 PUBLIC PRIVATE SUCs/LUCs SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 There are more public schools compared to the number of private schools at the elementary level in this area. Meanwhile, the number of public and private schools in secondary level is the same. However, there is more public school for Senior High School than private school. This indicates that there is still a need for additional schools to offer Senior High School.
  • 54. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Comparative Data on Permanently and Temporarily Closed Private School 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 Chart Title Temporarily Closed Permanently Closed No. of Private Schools There is only 1 private school that is consistently operating up to present despite the pandemic. However, some of their learners had to transferred to public school. S.Y. 2019- 2020 S.Y. 2020- 2021 S.Y. 2021- 2022 TOTAL STATUS 0 0 0 0 TEMPORARILY CLOSED 0 0 0 0 PERMANENTLY CLOSED 1 1 1 1 NO. OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS
  • 55. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Comparative Data on Number of Schools Offering Inclusive Education 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 ALS IPED MULTI-GRADE SPED MADRASAH Chart Title 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 2019-2020 0 2020-2021 2021-2022 ALS IPED MULTI- GRADE SPED MADRASAH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 There is no school offering inclusive education around the area of Santol, Balagtas, Bulacan.
  • 56. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Comparative Data on Enrollment: Public, Private per Key Stage 993 979 1040 59 33 32 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 Chart Title PUBLIC PRIVATE The total enrolment in Public school is continuously increasing despite the pandemic. However, Private Schools are the one’s who was affected because of its decreasing enrolment.
  • 57. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Comparative Data on Enrollment in Inclusive Education 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 8 1 ALS IPED MULTI-GRADE SPED MADRASAH LAST-MILE 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 2019-2020 0 2020-2021 2021-2022 ALS IPED MULTI-GRADE SPED MADRASAH 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 LAST MILE 0 0 0 Since there is no schools offering inclusive education, the enrolment remains zero.
  • 58. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2019-2020 0 2020-2021 2021-2022 TECH-VOC EDUC STE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTS 0 993 0 0 0 0 979 0 0 0 0 1040 0 0 SPORTS 0 0 0 Comparative Data on Enrollment in Special Curricular Programs 0 0 993 0 0 0 0 0 979 0 0 0 0 0 1040 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 TECH-VOC EDUC STE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS FOREIGN LANGUAGE ARTS SPORTS 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 Elementary School is continues to lead attracting learners and shows increasing number of during the three-year period
  • 59. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Gender Disparity on Learners MALE FEMALE ELEMENTARY 2019-2020 MALE FEMALE ELEMENTARY 2020-2021 MALE FEMALE ELEMENTARY 2021-2022 TOTAL 993 511 482 TOTAL 979 507 472 TOTAL 1040 525 515 Learners’ gender parity index reveals male domination in elementary level from S.Y. 2019-2020 – S.Y. 2021-2022 of basic education . Gender Parity Index .94 2019-2020 .98 2021-2022 .93 2020-2021
  • 60. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic 4 3 Inventory of Teachers, School Heads and other Personnel Inventory of Classrooms, Seats and Textbooks 6 5 Inventory of Learning Resources Identified Needs based on Inventory
  • 61. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Inventory of Teachers,School Heads and other Personnel Teaching Personnel Principal Head Teacher Guidance Counselor 2019 31 1 0 0 2020 32 1 0 0 2021 32 1 0 0 32 33 33 TOTAL
  • 62. Teacher I - 28 Teacher II - 0 Teacher III - 2 Master Teacher I - 1 Teacher I - 27 Teacher II - 1 Teacher III - 2 Master Teacher I - 1 Teacher I - 26 Teacher II - 1 Teacher III - 2 Master Teacher I - 3 S.Y. 2019-2020 S.Y. 2021-2022 S.Y. 2020-2021 NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Teacher-Student Ratio 31 31 TOTAL 32 2019 1:31 2020 1:30 2021 1:33
  • 63. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL S.Y. 2019- 2020 S.Y. 2020- 2021 S.Y. 2021- 2022 ELEMENTARY 16 16 15 JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Elementary Junior High School Senior High School NEEDS 16 RATIO 1:60 Inventory of Classrooms INSERT INFOGRAPHICS INSERT INFOGRAPHICS
  • 64. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL S.Y. 2019- 2020 S.Y. 2020- 2021 S.Y. 2021- 2022 ELEMENTARY 615 615 615 Elementary NEEDS 421 RATIO 1:2 Inventory of Seats INSERT INFOGRAPHICS
  • 65. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Inventory of Available SLMs from the Central Office SY 2021-2022 153 pupils 153 modules 1:1 ratio KINDER 131 pupils 131 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 1 115 pupils 115 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 4 168 pupils 168 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 2 136 pupils 136 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 3 119 pupils 119 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 5 140 pupils 140 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 6 The ratio of 1:1 SLM to learners was achieved in the school. This accomplishments were achieved due to the collaborative effort of SDO Officials, School Heads, Teachers, Parents and LGUs. The SDO did not produce learning activity sheets (LAS), the printing was delegated to the school.
  • 66. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Inventory of Available Locally-Produced SLMs per Quarter (Elementary) SY 2021-2022 153 pupils 153 modules 1:1 ratio KINDER 131 pupils 131 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 1 115 pupils 115 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 4 168 pupils 168 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 2 136 pupils 136 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 3 119 pupils 119 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 5 140 pupils 140 modules 1:1 ratio GRADE 6 The ratio of 1:1 SLM to learners was achieved in the school. This accomplishments were achieved due to the collaborative effort of SDO Officials, School Heads, Teachers, Parents and LGUs. The SDO did not produce learning activity sheets (LAS), the printing was delegated to the school.
  • 67. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Inventory of Available Gadgets SY 2021-2022 Device No. of Units DCP DOST DICT Donations Division Procured Desktop 6 6 0 0 0 0 Desktop Virtual Terminal 1 1 0 0 0 0 Laptop 3 3 0 0 1 0 Chromebooks 0 0 0 0 0 0 Tablets 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTAL 10 10 0 0 1 0
  • 68. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic 8 7 School-Based Feeding Program and Milk Feeding Program School-Based Management
  • 69. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL School-Based Feeding Program SY 2019-2022 165 60 75 12500 25000 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Total Number of Beneficiaries Total no. of feeding days Amount per Beneficiary Budget Operational Expenses 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 165 38 75 12500 25000 0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 Total Number of Beneficiaries Total no. of feeding days Amount per Beneficiary Budget Operational Expenses 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2019-2020 0 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2020-2021 0 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2021-2021 25000 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2019-2020 0 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2020-2021 0 TOTAL AMOUNT SY. 2021-2021 25000 NUTRITIOUS FOOD PRODUCT MILK FEEDING
  • 70. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Number of Feeding Days DAYS 0 DAYS 0 DAYS 38 DAYS 0 DAYS 0 NUTRITIOUS FOOD PRODUCT 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 MILK FEEDING 2019-2020 2020-2021 2021-2022 DAYS 60
  • 71. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL TOTALBENEFICIARIES 2019-2020 0() 2020-2021 (0) 2021-2022 ( 165) NUTRITIOUS FOOD PRODUCT MILK FEEDING Tables showed that the beneficiaries for 2021 – 2022 were selected based on the learner’s Nutritional Status. The feeding days for milk feeding is 38 days and nutritious foods is 60 days. 2019-2020 (0) 2020-2021 (0) 2021-2022 (165)
  • 72. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Medical-Nursing Services 2019-2020 ASSESSED WITH AILMENTS TREATED REFERRED ASSESSED LEARNERS ( K-12) 984 0 0 0 VISUAL ACUITY TEST LEARNERS 0 0 0 0 HEARING ACUITY TEST LEARNERS 0 0 0 0 984 students were given health instructions on health-related issues and concerns
  • 73. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Medical-Nursing Services 2020-2021 2021-2022 COVID – 19 AWARENESS CAMPAIGN was not conducted CONDUCTED ONLINE CONSULTATIO NS, MANAGEMENT OF AILMENTS AND REFERRAL TEACHERS NON- TEACHING PERSONNEL LEARNERS 0 0 0 CONDUCTED ON-LINE KAMUSTAHAN SESSION 0 0 0 DAILY REPORTING OF COVID- 19 CASES AND MONITORING OF AFFECTED PERSONNEL COVID CASES TEACHERS NON- TEACHING PERSONNEL LEARNERS TOTAL CONFIRMED 1 0 0 1 PROBABLE 0 0 0 0 SUSPECT 0 0 0 0 CLOSED CONTACT 0 0 0 0 PUM 0 0 0 0 ONE (1) CONFIRMED CASE IN TEACHERS
  • 74. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Medical-Nursing Services 2020-2021 2021-2022 Health education sessions conducted for implementing face to face classes NO. OF ACCOMODATED CONSULTATIONS TEACHERS NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL LEARNERS 0 0 0 NO. REFERRED 0 0 0 ON-LINE KAMUSTAHAN 0 0 0 NO. OF BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL MONITORED 33 5 0 BLOOD PRESSURE 33 5 0 DENTAL 2019-2020 SERVICES HEALTH TALK PER CLASSROOM 32 TREATED LEARNERS 0 ORALLY EXAMINED – LEARNERS 98 4 EXTRACTED PERMANENT LEARNERS 0 WITH DEFECTS LEARNERS 0 EXTRACTED TEMPORARY LEARNERS 0 CARRIES FREE LEARNERS 21 8 DENTAL CARIES LEARNERS 0 EXTRACTION – LEARNERS 0 PERIODONTA L DISEASE LEARNERS 0 GIVEN FILLING LEARNERS 0 FLUOROSIS 0 One of the affected services during the covid- 19 pandemic is the dental – nursing services. School year 2019- 2020 all regular activities are conducted but on the second quarter of sy 2020-2021, all medical-dental and nursing services shifted to online on-line mode of delivery to ensure health and safety of both health personnel and clients. 2020- 2021 2021 - 2022 ONLINE CONSULTATIONS – TEACHERS / PERSONNEL 0 0 DENTAL PRESCRIPTION – TEACHERS / PERSONNEL 0 0 TREATED – PERSONNEL 0 0
  • 75. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Health and Wellness Program 2019-2022 Workout / exercise schedule for teachers And Non-teaching Personnels School clinic services available 5 days a week With assigned Health personnel Ensure the observance of health protocols At school Annual laboratory examination Of teachers, Non-teaching personnel Still for implementation Online and on-site consultations to teachers, non-teaching, and learners and provision Of individualized instructions On health concerns, management Of ailments and follow-up Health promotion and disease prevention activities among teachers, learners and personnel are school wellness program focused for the succeeding school years. Annual physical and laboratory examination detects health factors that lead to the occurance disease, monitoring and follow up are provided.
  • 76. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Health and Wellness Program 2021-2022 FreeAnnual examination among NorthvilleVIPersonnel FreeFluVaccine FreePneumonia Vaccination Annual Physical and laboratory examination of teachers and non-teaching
  • 77. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Medical-Nursing Services 2019-2020 Assessed learner (K-12) ASSESSED WTH AILMENTS TREATED REFERRED Visual acuity test learners Hearing acuity test learners 2020-2021 - 2021-2022 Conducted online consultations, management of ailments and referral TEACHERS NON-TEACHING PERSONNEL LEARNERS Daily reporting of COVID-19 Cases and monitoring of affected personnel COVID CASES TEACHERS NON-TEACHING LEARNERS TOTAL confirmed probable suspect Conducted on-line kamustahan session closed contact PUM *Write interpretation of the above infographics *Write interpretation of the above infographics
  • 78. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2020-2021 - 2021-2022 Teachers Non-Teaching personnel Learners No. of accommodated consultations No. referred On-line kamustahan sessions No. of Blood sugar level monitored Blood pressure monitoring Dental Services 2019-2020 2020-2021- 2021-2022 Online consultations - teachers/ personnel health talk per classroom treated- learners orally examined- learners extracted permanent- learners dental prescription- teachers/ personnel with defects -learners extracted temporary -learners Treated- personnel carries free- learners dental caries- learners Online consultations - teachers and personnel extraction- learners periodontal disease- learners dental prescription -teachers and personnel given filling -learners fluorosis
  • 79. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic 10 9 SSAT-Compliance of all School Sectors SAT-Compliant Schools with Non- Participating Grade Levels 12 11 Participating Learners in Limited Face-to-Face Vaccination Status of Learners and Personnel in all School Sectors
  • 80. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUBLIC Number of School – 4 SSAT Compliant – 4 Participating in the F2F classes - 4 PRIVATE Number of School – 1 SSAT Compliant – 1 Participating in the F2F classes - 1 100% 100% • All Public and Private schools that are SSAT Compliant are 100% Participating in Face-to-face classes. Number of SSAT-Compliant Schools and Number of Schools Participating in F2F Classes (Public and Private Schools) 100% 100%
  • 81. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Vaccination Status of Teachers and Personnel in Public Schools 37 out of 37 teachers and personnel are fully vaccinated Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated 100%
  • 82. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Vaccination Status of Teachers and Personnel in Private Schools 10 out of 10 teachers and personnel are fully vaccinated Vaccinated vs. Unvaccinated 100%
  • 83. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Vaccination Status Among Learners 5 - 11 YRS. OLD 1,036 learners aged 5-11 years old, 117 were vaccinated and 919 were unvaccinated. It is a joint effort of the school and local government to continuously promote the vaccination campaigns. The conduct of school- based immunization is a collective effort to expand the vaccination program among learners. 117 11.29% Vaccinated
  • 84. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SBM Level of Practice of Schools E L E M E N T A R Y 2019- 2020 2020- 2021 2021- 2022 Elem Elem Elem LEVEL 3 310 333 387 LEVEL 2 107 104 50 LEVEL 1 8 5 5 * Write information about the above infographics
  • 85. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 2 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic 13 Other Pertinent Data under Access, Equity and Inclusion in Education
  • 86. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Funding Requirements for Identified Needs, FY 2023 Level Teacher Storage Budget Requirements Elementary Level 0 0 Estimated Budget Requirements Needs Cost Elementary Level 17 50, 541,811.00 Classroom Requirement Teacher Requirement Total additional fund requirement Php 50,541,811.00
  • 87. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KEY CHALLENGES -Data on School Health Records - School Nutritional Status Report S.Y 2019-2020, 2020-2021, 2021-2022 -School Records on Face- to- Face Attendees -School Inventory on Facilities PILLAR 2 CHALLENGES BASES 1. Number of Unvaccinated Learners 2. School Based Feeding Program 3.Number of pupils to the Face- to- Face Classes 4. Shortage of classrooms
  • 88. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 STRATEGIES 1. Intensify vaccination campaign among parents/ learners. 2. Resume delivery of school health services after pandemic period and strengthen the implementation of School Based Feeding Program. INTERVENTIONS Conduct intensive information campaign/ drive for vaccination. Intensify the delivery of school health services through active and participation involvement of school personnel. MAJOR OUTPUTS Increased number of vaccinated pupils. Basic health services are provided to learners, teachers, and personnel towards attainment of optimum health.
  • 89. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 STRATEGIES 3. Intensify Face- to- Face class campaign among parents and learners. 4. Inform concerned agency about the shortage of classrooms. INTERVENTIONS Engage parents and pupils in disseminating information about Face-to-Face classes Write letter of request to the concerned agency. MAJOR OUTPUTS Increased number of learners in the conduct of Face-to-Face classes. Sufficient classroom
  • 90. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Implementation Plan
  • 92. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Conduct intensive information campaign drive for vaccination. Teachers Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget No Budget Required Budget Source Interventions Meeting with parents, learners and Barangay Officials 1. Intensification of vaccination campaign among parents and learners. School Head/ Teachers, School Head
  • 93. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Intensify the delivery of school health services through active participative involvement of school health personnel for the implementation of health programs Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget 0 Budget Source Interventions 1. Attend planning conference among health personnel. -Conduct orientation of teachers through LAC sessions 2. Conduct re- orientation of Wash in Schools (Wins) Programs. 2. Resumption of delivery of school health services after pandemic period and strengthen the implementation of the School-Based Feeding Program Teachers School Health Coordinator and Teachers
  • 94. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Intensify the delivery of school health services through active participative involvement of school health personnel for the implementation of health programs Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget 0 Budget Source Interventions 3. Conduct health activities on: awareness - campaign on COVID 19 vaccination. -nutritional status identification among learners (baseline and endline) for program implementation 2. Resumption of delivery of school health services after pandemic period and strengthen the implementation of the School-Based Feeding Program Teachers School Health Coordinator and Teachers
  • 95. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Intensify the delivery of school health services through active participative involvement of school health personnel for the implementation of health programs Teachers Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget Php 25,000.00 Budget Source DepEd National Budget Interventions 4.Implementation of School Based Feeding Program for Kinder to Grade 6 learners to improve their health and nutritional status. 2. Resumption of delivery of school health services after pandemic period and strengthen the implementation of the School-Based Feeding Program School Health Coordinator School Health Coordinator and Teachers
  • 96. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Intensify the delivery of school health services through active participative involvement of school health personnel for the implementation of health programs Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget 0 Budget Source Interventions 5. Conduct evaluation on the implementation of health services programs to ensure optimum results on the health status of learners. 2. Resumption of delivery of school health services after pandemic period and strengthen the implementation of the School-Based Feeding Program Teachers School Health Coordinator and Teachers
  • 97. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Conduct meeting and engage parents and learners in disseminating information about Face-to-Face Classes. Teachers Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget 0 Budget Source Interventions Meeting with parents, learners and Barangay Officials. 3. Intensification of Face-to-Face Class campaign among parents and learners. School Head / Teachers and School Head
  • 98. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Write letter of request to the concerned agency Functional / School-In-Charge PILLAR 2 Goal: Ensure access, equity and inclusion in education through support to the learning environment of school-aged population through the implementation of programs, projects and activities in Stages 1 to 4 Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame BoSY 2022 BoSY 2023 BoSY 2024 Estimated Budget 0 Budget Source Interventions Conducting meeting with School Planning Team 4. Reporting to the concerned agency about the shortage of classrooms School Head / Teachers and School Head Teachers
  • 99. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 3 K TO 12 Curriculum Review And Update Quality of Teachers, School Heads and Supervisors Pre-Pandemic and During Pandemic
  • 100. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Career Stages of Teachers Baseline Data Career Stage 1 Career Stage 2 Career Stage 3 SY 2019-2020 SY 2020-2021 * Majority of the teachers are in Career Stage 2, there is a need for the provision of professional development trainings for them to acquire the needed competencies prescribed in the Philippine Professional Standard for Teachers (PPST). 9% 90% 1% 9% 90% 1%
  • 101. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Capacity-Building Activities Conducted 2020 2021 30 Number of Capability Building Conducted 4 -Different Learning Areas 1 -LRMDS 8 -PPST and PPSSH 0 -SMEA 17 -ICT 22 Number of Capability Building Conducted 9 -Different Learning Areas 4 -LRMDS 4 -PPST and PPSSH 1 -SMEA 4 -ICT
  • 104. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Assessment of Professional Development for Teachers Based on PPST, IPCRF, & e-SAT Domain 1: Content Knowledge and Pedagogy Domain 2: Learning Environment Domain 3: Diversity of Learners 17% 20% 59% 4% Sales Applying knowledge of content within and across curriculum teaching areas Using a range of teaching strategies that enhance learner achievement in literacy and numeracy skills Applying a range of teaching strategies to develop critical and creativity Displaying proficient use of Mother Tongue, Filipino, and English to falitate learners 41.4% 58.6% Establishing safe and secure learning environment to enhance learning through the consistent implementation of policies, guidelines and procedures. Managing learner behavior constructively by applying positive and non violent discipline to ensure learning focused enviroment 58% 11.8% 25.5% 5% Using differentiated, developmentally appropriate learning experiences to address learners' gender and development Designing, adapting and implementing teaching strategies that are responsive to learners with disabilities Planning and delivering teaching strategies that are responsive to the school Adapting and using culturally appropriate teaching strategies to add to the development of the learners
  • 105. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Assessment of Professional Development for Teachers Based on PPST, IPCRF, & e-SAT Domain 4: Curriculum and Planning Domain 5: Assessment and Reporting
  • 106. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Assessment of Professional Development for Teachers Based on PPST, IPCRF, & e-SAT Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional Engagement Domain 7: Personal Growth and Professional Development
  • 107. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Domain 1: Leading Strategically Domain 2: Managing School Operations and Resources Domain 3: Focusing on Teaching and Learning Assessment of Professional Development for School Heads Based on PPSSH & OPCRF Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of policies, guidelines and…. Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of policies,guidelines…. Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of laws, policies, guidelines… Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of laws, policies, guidelines… 35% 20% 15% 30% 15% 15% 20% 15% 5% Demonstrating knowledge of the DepEd vision, mission and core values to foster shared understanding and alignment of school policies, programs, projects and activities Demonstrating knowledge and understanding of the phases of development and implementation with the planning team, school plans aligned with institutional goals and policies. Undertaking policy implementation and review in the school to ensure that operations are consistent with national and local laws, regulations and issuances. Utilizing relevant research findings from reliable sources in facilitating data-driven and evidence-based innovations to improve school performance. Developing implementation programs in the school that support the development of learners. Demonstrating management in school data and information using technology including ICT, to ensure efficient and effective school operations. Demonstrating management in finances adhering to policies, guidelines and issuances in allocation, procurement, disbursement and liquidation aligned with the school plan. Managing school facilities and equipment in adherence to policies, guidelines and issuances on acquisition, recording, utilization, repair and disposal. Developing management in staffing such as teaching load distribution and grade level and subject area assignment in adherence to laws, policies, guidelines and issuances based on the needs of the school.
  • 108. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Domain 4: Developing Self and Others Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional Engagement Assessment of Professional Development for School Heads Based on PPSSH & OPCRF
  • 109. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Domain 4: Developing Self and Others Domain 6: Community Linkages and Professional Engagement Teachers who attended the early language literacy and numeracy (ELLN)
  • 110. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KEY CHALLENGES PILLAR 3 CHALLENGES BASES  Performance of Teachers  PPST Domains Targeted Aligned with Teachers’  PPSSH Domains Targeted based on School Heads’ Needs.  Number and Type of Trainings Conducted  IPCRF Rating  E-SAT  Database of Trainings  Conducted
  • 111. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIC DIRECTIONS 1. Equip teachers with necessary competencies to address issues and concerns on teaching and learning process. 2. Intensify the school heads competencies on the a. Managing School Operations and Resource b. Focusing on teaching and learning Conduct NEAP-accredited trainings on • Pedagogical approaches on the development of literacy and numeracy. Conduct NEAP-Accredited trainings on managing school operations and resources and focusing on teaching and learning. Develop and enhance the competencies and commitment of teaching related and non-teaching personnel through competency-based and apposite trainings for quality performance in Career Stages 1-4. Teachers with improved: • Pedagogical competencies on literacy and numeracy. • Assessment of learning School heads with improved competencies on managing school operations and resources, focusing on teaching and learning.
  • 112. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Implementation Plan
  • 114. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Conduct NEAP-accredited trainings on  Pedagogical approaches on the development of literacy and numeracy.  Assessment of learning Conduct NEAP-Accredited trainings on managing school operations and resources and focusing on teaching and learning. f PILLAR 3 Goal: Enhance the competencies and commitment of teaching and non-teaching personnel through competency-based and apposite trainings for quality performance in Career Stages 1-4. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame Year Round Year Round Year Round A month before the start of the calendar year. A month before the start of the calendar year. A month before the start of the calendar year. Interventions 1. Equip teachers with necessary competencies to address issues and concerns on teaching and learning process. • Capacitate teachers on the pedagogical approaches on the development of literacy ad numeracy. • Capacitate school heads on the managing school operations and resources and focusing on teaching and learning. • CID/SGOD Chief EPS, PSDS, SEPS & EPS, SMME and School Heads. • CID/SGOD Chief EPS, PSDS, SEPS & EPS, SMME Functional Division in -Charge CID&SGOD Estimated Budget Budget Score 2. Intensify the school heads competencies on the a. Managing School Operations and Resource b. Focusing on teaching and learning.
  • 115. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 3 Engagement of Stakeholders for Support and Collaboration Responsive Engagement For Education During Pandemic
  • 116. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Pillar 3 Engagement of Stakeholders for Support and Collaboration Responsive Engagement For Education During Pandemic 2 1 Existing Partnerships and Collaboration Summary of Donations/Grants and Corresponding Beneficiaries 3 Other Pertinent Data under Responsive Engagement for Education
  • 117. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP and COLLABORATION TOTAL 2019 2020 2021 16 18 8 0 1 2 11 ➢ Provincial Government ➢ National Gov’t Agencies ➢ Private/External Partners ➢ Local Gov’t Units Majority of Northville VI Elementary School partners are from private/ external sectors. There is a need to engage more government agencies for continued commitment to increase support in education. 13 0 1 2 15 0 1 2
  • 118. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL 2019 2020 2021 TotalAllocations 5, 050, 000 5, 050, 000 5, 010, 000 Most of our allotted budget from the Provincial Government were allocated in the construction of 2 storey building to widen the teaching facilities of the school. Provincial Special Education Fund (SEF) 2021 5, 010, 000
  • 119. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL KEY CHALLENGES - Sustainability of Stakeholders’ Engagement in Learning Support - Assistance of the stakeholders’ understanding in the learning process/environment. - Partnership with NGO’s in the learning process - Data on Brigada Eskwela - Donations/Supports of LGU and Adopt A School Program - Partnership with Public and Private sectors CHALLENGES BASES PILLAR 4
  • 120. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GOAL STRATEGIES 1. Strengthens and sustain stakeholders’ engagement 2. Engage stakeholders from private sectors in learning support INTERVENTIONS 1. Conduct guidelines and partnership among stakeholders. 2. Engagement of partnership program implementation 3. Conduct convergence activities with stakeholders 4. Recognize and appreciate the school stakeholders and partnership through DepEd Tayo – Northville VI Elementary School – 158524 Implementation of Parent-Teacher Collaboration from public and private sectors for Learning Recovery MAJOR OUTPUTS Enhanced guidelines on partnership Data as a result of monitoring and evaluation of the partnership program Increased donations whether cash, kind, or manpower DepEd Tayo – Northville VI Elementary School – 158524 Stakeholders’ improvised support in curriculum * Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and inclusion in basic education.
  • 121. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Implementation Plan
  • 123. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A. Conduct of guidelines on partnership B. Enhancement of partnership program implementation PILLAR 4 Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and inclusion in basic education. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2022 Year Round 2022 Year Round 2022 Year Round Interventions 1. Coordination meetings; Convergence with education partners and stakeholders 2. MOA/MOU review and approval 1. Strengthen stakeholders’ engagement - School Head - Teacher- Parent - LGU’s
  • 124. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Implementation of Parent- Teacher Collaboration from public and private sectors for Learning Recovery PILLAR 4 Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and inclusion in basic education. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2022 Year Round 2023 Year Round 2024 Year Round Interventions Regular coordination with concerned parties to ensure smooth implementation of policies and guidelines 2. . Engage stakeholders from private and public sectors in curriculum support - School Head - Teacher- Parent - LGU’s
  • 125. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Proper guidance on the procedures relative to the conduct of turnover of donations and recognize best practices on partnership building PILLAR 4 Goal: Sustain stakeholders’ engagement for support and collaboration to promote access, equity and inclusion in basic education. Strategies Critical Actions (Activities) Responsible / Accountable Unit Time Frame 2022 Year Round 2023 Year Round 2024 Year Round Interventions 1. Conduct School Local Stakeholders Convergence Focusing on the Resiliency to the New Normal Setting and Recognition of Internal and External Stakeholders 3. Recognition of Education Partners and Highlight different partnership initiatives - School Head - Teacher- Parent - LGU’s
  • 126. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL SWOT Analysis
  • 131. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Performance Targets ACCESS EFFICIENCY QUALITY RESILIENCE AND WELL-BEING
  • 132. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Net Enrolment Rate - KINDERGARTEN 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2022 2023 2024 Target Forecasted Attach picture of kindergarten pupils ACCESS 2022 2023 2024 TARGET FORECASTED
  • 133. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Net Enrolment Rate - ELEMENTARY 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2022 2023 2024 Target Forecasted Attach picture of kindergarten pupils ACCESS 2022 2023 2024 TARGET FORECASTED
  • 134. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Out of School Rate (School Leaver Rate) - ELEMENTARY 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2022 2023 2024 Target Forecasted EFFICIENCY 2022 2023 2024 TARGET FORECASTED
  • 135. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Completion Rate- ELEMENTARY 0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1 1.2 2022 2023 2024 Target Forecasted EFFICIENCY 2022 2023 2024 TARGET FORECASTED
  • 136. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL QUALITY
  • 137. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL ResilenceandWell-Being
  • 138. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Analysis and Management of and Risk
  • 139. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Analysis and Management of Risk Identified Risk Severity Institutional Risk Risk Categories Probability High/Medium/Low Impact High/Medium/Low Overall Rate Mitigation Strategies
  • 140. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Indicative Timelines
  • 141. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Monitoring and Evaluation Plan
  • 142. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL PILLAR 1
  • 143. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL PILLAR 2
  • 144. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL PILLAR 3
  • 145. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL PILLAR 4
  • 146. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Communication Plan
  • 149. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Research Support
  • 150. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Northville VI commits to implement its LRP that SERVES! Strategic Empowering Reflective Vital Excellence Solidarity
  • 151. NORTHVILLE VI ELEMETARY SCHOOL Northville VI commits to implement its LRP that SERVES! Strategic Empowering Reflective Vital Excellence Solidarity

Editor's Notes

  1. Situational. Province, municipality and barangay context and school
  2. Municipal and barangay level data. Acknowledge the source of data.
  3. Municipal and barangay data.
  4. District and school data. Isang template. January 2021-April 2022.
  5. Overview of School closures in municipality. Isang template from district. Include and school na ginamit bilang QF and vaccination site.
  6. Municipal and School level. Timeline
  7. As is. Wala babaguhin. After this slide ay may SLRP framework. State the focus of school goal.
  8. As is. Wala babaguhin. After this slide ay may SLRP framework. State the focus of school goal.
  9. Gamitin ang result ng exit assessment as baseline.
  10. Thru google sheet
  11. Include person involved.
  12. Include person involved.
  13. Include person involved.
  14. Include person involved.