Campaign/ Orientation program which aimed to familiarize and implement effectively the GAD programs and projects for the S.Y. 2012-2013.
Symposium on GenderSensitivity participated bypupils
In response with the DivisionMemorandum No. 112 series of 2012,Bagong Barrio Elementary Schoolrevised its School Improvement Plan(SIP) and Annual Improvement Plan (AIP)for the S.Y. 2012-2013. The revisited SIPand AIP included the GAD Programs andProjects wherein the five percent (5%) oftheir total budget was allocated in theplan.
After the said revision, implementation ofGAD’s Plan follows. The school created a focalpoint headed by the principal MRS. ESTER B.MAYONTE. The principal also appointed GADschool coordinator with 4 members as core groupfor the mainstreaming of GAD’s plan and activities.Gender and Development (GAD) aims to eliminatediscrimination against women. It seeks to achievegender equality and contends that women areactive agents of development and not just passiverecipients of development assistance.
National Capital Region Division of City Schools Tanque District Sta. Quiteria Elementary School Caloocan City GENDER &DEVELOPMENT
TALIPAPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DPWH Building School Ground/Flagpole
MRS. OFELIA O. CANIEDO PrincipalMS. GRACE M. NUQUI GAD Coordinator
MRS. OFELIA O. CANIEDO PRINCIPAL Ms. Grace Nuqui Mrs. Jean Corea Mrs. Fermina Taguiam GAD & HEKASI EPP COORDINATOR GUIDANCE TEACHER COORDINATORMrs. Almabella Tamayo Ms. Omega Orteza Mrs. Mary Grace Basco Mrs. Rezamae Mendez MOOE MUSIC COORDINATOR SPORTS COORDINATOR ART COORDINATOR
GRADE LEVEL CHAIRMENMRS. MARIBEL P. AGUSTIN MS. MARIBEL M. ROSAROS MS. GRACE M. NUQUI GRADE I GRADE II GRADE IIIMRS. AVELINA M. DE GUZMAN MRS. JESUSA P. MIEDES MS. REBECCA T. TAMBA GRADE Iv GRADE V GRADE VI
SPG OFFICERSCharles Lister Suderio Stephanie Jane Tiquil Angel Leigh Gadin PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT TREASUREREunice Kaye Magalang Geraldine Hapatinga Rommel Caliwanagan Patricia Diolata P.I.O. SECRETARY AUDITOR P. R. O.
National Capital Region Division of City Schools Tanque District TALIPAPA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Caloocan ANNUAL GENDER DEVELOPMENT PLAN (GAD) AND BUDGET SY. 2012-2013 Prepared by: GRACE M. NUQUI School GAD CoordinatorNOTED: OFELIA O. CANIEDO Principal ROBERTA R. STA INES District Supervisor
ANNUAL PROCUREMENT PLAN• SY 2012 – 2013 Proposed Budget for the year: Php 356,000.00 •HISTORY OF THE SCHOOL Program/Project/ Activity 1st Quarter 2nd Quarter 3rd Quarter 4th Quarter Total Remarks I. Mandatory Expenses• Talipapa Elementary School started as an annex of Sta Quiteria A. Electricity Php 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 120,000.00 Elementary School. In 1968 classes were housed in a rented room with a 30,000.00 Grade I class for the morning session and Grade II for the afternoon B. Water Supply 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 30,000.00 120,000.00 session. Mrs. Amelia R. Gabol administered it in 1968 through the cooperation and conserted efforts of the parents, teachers, and barrio C. Telephone 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 4,000.00 16,000.00 officials and with the authorities. A three-room Pre-Fab school building II. SUPPLIES was constructed on its present 5,000 square meters school site A. Forms, purchased by the city Government in 1965. There after the school was Instructional from the mother school Sta Quiteria Elementary School. materials, office supplies, ID There was a yearly expansion progress in school population, Lamination andteaching personnel, buildings, factories, repairs and maintenance. Lace, Janitorial Supplies In 1989 two-story, six room building was constructed during the 35.000.00administration of Mrs. Angelita O. Alano with the efforts of CongressmanVirgilio Robles, Dr. Norma A. Abracia and Mrs. Amelia R. Gabol. III. Seminars, Trainings In 2001 there was an ocular inspection of each building leading to the A. TeachersGeneral repair during the administration of Mrs. Ester B. Mayonte with B. Principal 15,000.00great support of Congressman Recom Echiverri, Dr. Elizabeth T. Manalo IV. GAD Training 15,000.00and Mrs. Norma A. Cabatuando. V. REPAIRS A. Electrical An amazing date came, May 8,2003. Well TES was still on its sight Connections,but of different ambiance due to the on going construction of the covered B. Water supplycourt. The said covered court was through the courtesy of Dept. of Public MaintenanceWorks and Highway with the energetic, insistence of Mrs. Gloria A. C. Repainting, andEspiritu. Repair/Rehabilitati on of school On May 5, 2004 covered court was fully built. Indeed, thus pride and fence, building,honor made each of everyone in the community especially the pupils, rooms, etc. 30,000.00teachers and parents. These showed the multiple intelligences of the TOTAL Php 64,000. 64,000.00 64,000.00 64,000.00 356,000.00pupils expertise in the own individual pedagogical learning.
Ms. Perlita Datu Speaker Distribution of Certificates
VISION – MISSION VISION MISSION This school is projected to be a Toward this end, we shallwell-equipped educational center develop empowered, competent that provides and implement and committed teachers, nurturerelevant programs that produce a child-friendly school responsible and functionally environment with the help of a literate citizens. supportive community. We shall be guided in our endeavors by our core values of discipline, teamwork and excellence.
Daisy G. Surait Angelo L. Eduardo GAD Coordinator Principal
WORKSHOP AND TRAINING OF TEACHERS RELATIVE TO GAD
TIMEWITH THE PRINCIPAL REGARDING GAD DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT1.Provide adequate knowledge of GAD Programs and activities through research and downloading2.Revision of the SIP , AIP, APP and Makabayan Action3.Designation of School GAD Coordinators A .Focal Group and School GAD Coordinator B. GAD officers /pupils C. GAD officers/parents4.Mainstreaming of Teachers of Gender and Development through IN-SET Training.
National Capital Region Division of City Schools Tanque District LIBIS BAESA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL ( ANNEX ) ANNUAL GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT ( GAD ) AND BUDGET S.Y. 2012-2013 GENDER ISSUE/ CONCERN GAD OBJECTIVE IDENTIFIED GAD ACTIVITY TARGET GAD PERFORMANCE INDICATOR GAD BUDGETLack of Knowledge about the Provide adequate knowledge Research, downloading of School Head/ Principal , School Heads/ Principals / Printing of downloaded materialspolicies and implementing and information to all those who policies from the internet and Teachers, Coordinator Coordinator must be Php. 100.00guidelines of the GAD Programs will be involve in the reading circulars . knowledgeable about the policiesand activities . implementation of the school and guidelines of the GAD GAD Programs and activities. implementation.GAD School Programs and Re-align all School Plans and Revisions on the SID, AIP, APP School Heads/Principal Submission of the Revised SID, Documentation/ Printing Phpactivities were not included in the corresponding budget to include and Makabayan Action Plan Disbursing Officer, GAD School AIP, APP and Makabayan (Subject) 100.00prevision School Plans. the GAD Programs, activities coordinator, Bookkeeper, Action Plan and budget. Property Custodian / Supply Officer, All Makabayan Teachers, EKAWP Teachers.Lack of School personnel to carry Organize the school GAD core Designating the school GAD 1 School GAD Coordinator Designation of the coordinator and Snacks Php. 1000.00out Gad programs and activities groups to be led by a qualified Coordinator and members of GAD 5 Makabayan Teachers member of the School GAD (R.A. 9710) coordinator Core Groups. Advocates (R.A. 7192) R.A. 8505Inadequate knowledge of the Provide knowledge and Active Participation to Orientation School Heads/ Principal Certificates of Attendance/ Registrations, food andSchool GAD Core groups about opportunities to be school GAD Seminar Workshops and School GAD Coordinator Participation transportation allowancetheir duties and responsibilities. Implementation. Trainings relative to GAD 5 Makabayan Teachers for every Php. 1000.00 implementation in the school grade level to be the core level. groups.Inadequate knowledge about Implement effectively the GAD ADVOCACY CAMPAIGN School Head / Principal 100% Attendance / participation in Php 75.00 snack per headimplementing guidelines and laws program,s and projects for the PROGRAMS School Based Teacher, HRPTA,SSG / SPG , the forum ( 30 persons x 75.00)regarding GAD implementation. S.Y. 2012-1013 Advocacy Training (One-Day Coordinator Group, GAD Php. 2250.00 Consultation Forum) Kinder to Coordinator Grade OneLack of knowledge on gender Awareness on Knowledge and Training and Capability Building All PTA Presidents, Teachers, 100% Attendance / participation in Registration, food , Certificatesmainstreaming of Gender and technically capable on gender 1. Focus Group discussion Advisers, Guidance Teacher. the seminar workshops. ( 50 persons x 70.00 )Development streaming in their respective a.) Symposium Php. 2500.00 work organizations. b.) Lecture forum Reproduction and use of GAD Gender Sensibility Training Teaching ModulesNeed to provide training for Enhance Makabayan Disciplines Creation of Woman / Children Pupils of SSG/ SPG, officers, Gender Sensitivity Training Php. 1250 for snack,literacy skills to exploited/ to promote instructional gender Protection Center – School- advisers, guidance coordinator, Php. 500 materialsunprivileged children free approach Based Makabayan Coordinator Php. 2000 speaker’s honorarium Adopt of GAD modules as Gender Advocates Manuals. total : Php 3750.00
AMMENDED ANNUAL PROCUREMENT PLAN CALENDAR YEAR / January to December 2011 BUDGET FOR THE YEAR Program/Activity Januar Februa March April May June July August Septem Octob Novem Decemb Rema Project y ry ber er ber er rksA.MandatoryExpenses1.Electricity 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,200 3,2002.Water 3,000.003.Telephone 699 699 699 699 699 699 699 699 699 699 699 6994.Bond 1,500.005. internet 1,200.00 200 200 200B. Supplies1. Office Supplies 2,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.0 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000.00 2,000. 2,000.0 2,000.00 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 02. instructionalMaterials3. Cleaning 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,000.0 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500.00 1,500. 1,500.0 733.46materials 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0 MaterialsC.Seminars/Trainin 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.19 621.1 621.19 621.19gs/GAD 9D. Repairs1.Screening of 5,000.0 5,000.0 5,000.0 5,000.0 5,000.0 5,000.0 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000.00 5,000. 5,000.0 5,000.00windows, labor 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 02. Materials for 2,000.0 5,000.0 2,000.0 5,000.0 2,000.0 5,000.0 2,000.00 5,000.00 2,000.00 5,000. 2,000.0 2,000.00,repaintings, 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 0replacements
OTHERS:Mrs. Ellen S. Tresmanioour MAKABAYANSchool Coordinatorwho avail SpecialLeave Benefits whenshe had ovarianoperation because ofcyst.
Mrs. ERMA N. QUEJA REICA JANE C. DIZON Principal School GAD Coordinator
Mrs. ERMA N. QUEJA Principal REICA JANE C. DIZON Mrs. JEMMA A. FRANCISCO School GAD Coordinator Asst. School GAD Coordinator/ MAKABAYAN Coordinator Mrs. Zenica R. Guererro School Finance Coordinator Mrs. Eva F. Falcutila Mrs. Daisy G. De LeonGuidance and EKAWP Coordinator School Property Coordinator / MSEP Coordinator
Faculty core group Mrs. Eva F. Falcutila Chairman Mrs. JEMMA A. FRANCISCO Mrs. ELIZABETH B. FLONASCA Vice Chairman Secretary Mrs. ARACELI A. TERENCIO Auditor Mrs. SHIRLEY T. NENEMrs. HELEN V. RAYOS Treasurer Business Manager
Pupil Core Group President: Ruth Michaelle C. Dizon Vice President: John Venth Cubay Secretary: Happy Glenn Z. Jacinto Treasurer: Lairyl Faith Abayon Auditor: Chloe F. Dy P.I.O.: Kathleen Joy Lucas Kathreen Cabiton
Annual Procurement Plan • As ordered, the GAD Plan should be included in the Annual Procurement plan and should be given 5% allotment in the MOOE. For our school, an amount of P 12, 835.2, is allocated.
GAD PlanFor the first implementation of GAD in the school, severalseminars are held to inform the teachers, pupils, and parentsfor awareness and mobility of the program.
Gad Problems/issues Pupils who are lesbian, are permitted to go to school in jogging pants just to avoid them from dropping-out.Mrs. Reica Jane C. Dizon, secured aSolo-Parent I.D. from the DSWD tohelp her in a scholarship benefitfor her child and hopes to enjoyother special leave benefits forsingle parents.