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Santos City September 15, 2009 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAM : Continue standardization of Pre-school curriculum for 5 year-old (EO 685) Generate complete database for pre-school Enforce pre-school curriculum Training of District coordinators & administrators on ECE curriculum & SReA last July, 2009 PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION PROGRAM PROFILE IMPROVING PARTICIPATION & RETENTION RATE : IMPROVING PARTICIPATION & RETENTION RATE JULY 2009 PARTIAL ENROLMENT (Elem) : JULY 2009 PARTIAL ENROLMENT (Elem) JULY ENROLMENT 83,035 PREVIOUS ENROLMENT 82,143 INCREASE 892 (1.09 %) JULY 2009 PARTIAL ENROLMENT (Sec) : JULY 2009 PARTIAL ENROLMENT (Sec) JULY ENROLMENT 24,568 PREVIOUS ENROLMENT 22,785 INCREASE 1,783 (7.83 %) CREATION OF FIVE DISTRICTS : CREATION OF FIVE DISTRICTS Last December 9, 2008, Glan was divided into three districts namely; North Glan, Central Glan and South Glan. Kiamba was split into two – the East Kiamba and West Kiamba last May 19, 2009. The Division of Sarangani is now composed of 13 Districts. OPENING OF INTEGRATED SCHOOLS : OPENING OF INTEGRATED SCHOOLS Batulaki Integrated School Daan Suyan Integrated School Datal Anggas Integrated School Datal Batong Integrated School Datu Molod Integrated School Datu Pangolima Integrated School E. Alegado Integrated School JBT Caing Integrated School Lomuyon Integrated School OPENING OF INTEGRATED SCHOOLS : OPENING OF INTEGRATED SCHOOLS Lumigo Integrated School Lutay Integrated School Mangelen Integrated School New Canaan Integrated School Nomoh Integrated School Pag-asa Integrated School Rogaya Bajunaid Integrated School Roque Adarna Integrated School Upper Lumabat Integrated School TOTAL OF 18 IS with 1,882 students PROGRAMSandPROJECTS : PROGRAMSandPROJECTS Slide 10: KAWAS & KIAMBA ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB : In 2003, the Department of Education launched the Library Hub Project as one of its innovative initiatives. The project aims to develop the love for and habit of reading among public school pupils and students through building a warehouse of supplementary reading materials called the LIBRARY HUB. The Division has established two Library Hubs located at Kawas Elementary School and Kiamba Central Elementary School. ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB : Kawas Elementary School These days, the rehabilitation is still on going. The tiled floor (hallway and inside), fully finished walls, installed ceiling and electrical wirings mark the 85% completion of the hub. By the end of October 2009, as the library hub personnel will be assigned and the equipment the library hub is expected to be functional. Budget of 1 million Other sources come from: LGU-Alabel for repair and basic equipment worth Php 600,000.00 PGU – Php 60,000.00 Private sectors (CAFI and SPPC) – Php 300,000.00 Materials ready for release by CAFI and SPPC Plastic bins and book shelves ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB : Kiamba Central Elementary School MOA was already approved Waiting for the 1 million from Central Office ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB : ESTABLISHMENT OF LIBRARY HUB The construction of Library Hub at Kawas Elementary School, Alabel The newly-painted Library Hub ESTABLISHMENT OF eLEARNING HUB : 7 municipalities are recipients of eLearning Hub. DepEd Sarangani provides 60 units of PCs for the 6 municipalities at 10 PCs each (Maitum, Kiamba, Maasim, Glan, Alabel & Malungon) while Malapatan receives 1 PC, however, Malapatan District is a recipient of 16 units of PCs from EQuALLS2 project which was distributed to Malapatan Central Elementary School (8) ,Datu Pangolima ES (2), PH Millona ES (2), Lun Padidu ES (2), and Libi ES (2). The ICT equipment is in compliance with the specs identified in DO No. 28 s. 2009 “Guidelines in Accepting ICT Equipment and Internet Access Services for Classroom Instruction and Administrative Use” ESTABLISHMENT OF eLEARNING HUB Technical Vocational Schools : Three (3) existing Tech Voc Schools (GSAT, Kling NHS, Malalag NHS) 6 secondary school are applying (Alabel NHS, Malandag NHS, Banate NHS, Colon NHS, Kiamba NHS, Malalag Cogon NHS) Mangelen Integrated School is proposing to become Tech Voc School in Maasim 43 teachers with National Certificate 2 Technical Vocational Schools Madrasah Education : Number of schools with ALIVE classes: 19 Number of pupils: Male - 2,706 Female - 2,385 Total - 4,899 Number of Honorarium paid ALIVE teachers (funded by: CDC LGU): Honorarium: 23 Permanent: 7 Madrasah Education Indigenous People’s Education (IPE) : Schools that implement the program: Malapatan Libi Elementary School - 419 pupils Malungon Malungon Gamay National High School – 97 students San Miguel Elementary School – 169 pupils Ampon Elementary School - 185 pupils Activities: Distributed IP Curriculum for integration in the learning areas Identified sixty (60) IP Schools for expansion for this SY. Indigenous People’s Education (IPE) MOTHER TONGUE-BASEDMULTI LINGUAL EDUCATION : Piloted by 6 schools: 1. HADJI MUSA ELEM. SCHOOL, North Glan District - Grade III – Mother Tongue: Cebuano 2. PANGI ELEM. SCHOOL, Maitum District - Grade I – Mother Tongue: Ilocano 3. MAITUM ELEM. SCHOOL, Maitum District – Grade III – Mother Tongue: Cebuano 4. MALANDAG ELEM. SCHOOL, Southwest Malungon District , Grade II – Mother Tongue: Ilonggo 5. ALABEL CENTRAL ELEM. SCHOOL, East Alabel District – Grade I – Mother Tongue: Cebuano 6. DATAL BACA PRIMARY SCHOOL, Southwest Malungon District Grade I – Mother Tongue: B‘laan MOTHER TONGUE-BASEDMULTI LINGUAL EDUCATION Instructional Materials : books, manuals, teacher-made instructional materials Intervention: Concept difficult to understand in ENSCIMA are translated in the dialect by the teacher for a period of two – four months transition time until the pupils have gained grasp of the language PEACE EDUCATION : Tuyan Elementary School in Malapatan District is the Pilot school of Peace in Sarangani. Conduct of “Culture of Peace Training” for Teachers and school administrators sponsored by Provincial Government of Sarangani. PEACE EDUCATION The training focused on: 1. Self-assessment; 2. Family Assessment; 3. Conflict Resolutions; 4. Mindanao History NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – Per subject area (GRADE VI, s.y 2008-2009) : NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – Per subject area (GRADE VI, s.y 2008-2009) NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – GRADE VI : NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – GRADE VI NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – Per subject area (Year ii, s.y 2008-2009) : NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – Per subject area (Year ii, s.y 2008-2009) NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – YEAR II : NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST RESULTS – YEAR II NATIONAL CAREER ASSESTMENT EXAMINATION (ncae) results sy 2008-09 : NATIONAL CAREER ASSESTMENT EXAMINATION (ncae) results sy 2008-09 NAT Preparations : > School - Based Intensive Review > Close monitoring & supervision > Division Practice Test 1st Exam – November 10 , 11, 12, 2009 for Grades III, VI & 2nd Year respectively 2nd Exam –February 16, 17, & 18, 2010 NAT Preparations DIVISION MILESTONES / ACHIEVEMENT : DIVISION MILESTONES / ACHIEVEMENT : GOAL : GOAL “To bring quality education in Sarangani as foundation for poverty alleviation and economic progress” Slide 30: Provincial – Wide Implementation Provincial project initiated by Hon. Provincial Governor Miguel Rene A. Dominguez which is a development agenda to ensure quality education in the province accessible to everyone. Component of the Project Education Summit / municipality Provision of Workbook to Grades I-II pupils 1:1 Ratio Parents’ Mentoring Provision of Teacher’s Handbook Teacher’s Training Slide 31: Road Show per municipality participated by DepEd officials, Grade I-II pupils/ Teachers, Provincial Gov’t officials, Municipal Officials, Support Groups, NGOs Started in Malungon – July 7, 2009; Maitum – July 20, 2009; Kiamba – July 21, 2009; Maasim – August 3, 2009; Malapatan – August 4, 2009. Municipal Mayors delivered State of the Municipal Education Address Book Launching – QUEST Workbook & Handbook for Grade 1 “As a Filipino” by Union Bank Teacher’s Handbook & Workbook Grade II Book distribution to Central School Pupils & Teachers PARTNERSHIP : PARTNERSHIP Alcantara Foundation Southern Philippines Power Corp Children’s Hour Municipal Government Unit Sarangani PLGU Sagittarius Mines Manny Pacquiao DepEd Sarangani Con Al Holdings, Inc. YACAP Kiambayanihan Community Foundation PROGRAMS UNDER QUEST : PROGRAMS UNDER QUEST ARAL TAYO (Alabel’s Response to Achievement and Literacy Towards Attaining Aspirations of Youth) It was launched last September 10, 2007. Alabel Central Elementary School (ACES) was the pilot school. It aims to assess Grade 1 pupils of their reading abilities through Synergeia activities. This program is now on its 2nd year of implementation. Slide 34: CLASS ROM (Comprehensive Learning Assistance and Support for Schoolers) A Grade I Reading Program involving parents in mentoring their children and is monitored by classroom teachers. The program was launched last July 4, 2008 at Kiamba, Sarangani and was headed by Hon. Romel Tomas M. Falgui, Kiamba Municipal Mayor. Slide 35: AS A FILIPINO The Union Bank Quest has evolved into As A Filipino Learning System: Developmental Reading Integrated with Values Education for Good Citizenship As A Filipino. Its target is to produce independent readers since Reading is a survival skill – If you cannot read, you cannot learn. The beneficiaries of this program are the Grade 2 pupils of the three Districts of Malungon. Its implementation period starts during the third grading period, November 2008 to February 2009. OTHER READING PROGRAMS : BUKLAT AKLAT MOBILE LIBRARY PROJECT In February 1998, National Book Store, Inc. (NSBI), Anvil Publishing, Inc. and the Reading Association of the Philippines (RAP) launched the Buklat Aklat Mobile Library Project. The objective of the project was to encourage reading among children ages 5 to 12 and instill in them the love for reading particularly during the formative period. The program was launched November 3, 2008 at Malapatan District OTHER READING PROGRAMS Slide 37: Summer Reading Program SARANGANI BIG BROTHER: Reading is Fun! Parents Teachers LGUs NGOs DepEd Private Sector Youth SKs Summer Reading Program : Summer Reading Program A province-wide partnership between the Department of Education and the Sangguniang Kabataan Sarangan youths aged 15 and above to mentor identified at-risk schoolchildren entering Grade 3 Participation of 110 schools. Result of the sampling of 375 students in 12 schools: FLAMESFamily Learning Activity in Mathematics, English and Science : Last July 9, 2009, we distributed instructional materials intended for FLAMES activities. There were also simulation in the use of instructional materials. Organized English, Science and Math Officers. Each set of officers is required to submit the proposed project to enhance academic performance. Sample Project: Adopt-a-Classmate (focus on frustration readers) FLAMESFamily Learning Activity in Mathematics, English and Science Science Projects & Programs : Tree Planting / Growing / Caring Program Division Launching – “Kalinga sa Kalikasan para sa Kabataan or 3Ks Program” A Division wide launching up to the Different schools of the 13 districts (224 Elem. Schools 29 regular high schools & 18 integrated schools 21,240 trees were planted during the launching last Sept 4, 2009 For sustainability: @ Planting will be quarterly @ Every pupil / student will propagate, care 4 seedlings for the whole school year (from Grades 1 – 6 and 1st – 4th year) To further enhance the program: # Division – fruit bearing Trees Nursery is to be put-up this end of September Science Projects & Programs Science Intervention & Enrichment : ESLA – Elementary Science Learning Activities All schools have copies with the Grade III ESLA – this is a division intervention, especially with the science activities for Grade III For Grade IV-VI – write shops is on going Science Grade I and II Integration Grades 1 and 2 teachers were given a focus time in teaching science. Not only for integration but on concentration especially in Grade 2 (20-30 min. Concentration) Enriched Science Curriculum in Public Secondary Schools 16 schools have their Revised Class Program depicting the enrichment session To ensure its implementation: there is monitoring and observation of classes & Division coordinators extended assistance in the field Issues & Concern: no competent teachers to handle the subjects Science Intervention & Enrichment Food for School Program 4th Implementation : FSP (Rice Distribution) is one component of “Malusog Na Simula, Yaman ng Bansa” Objectives 1. To mitigate hunger 2. To improve school attendance Beneficiaries Pre-schoolers & Grades I-III Pupils from Maasim District Malapatan District Malungon (Southwest, South, North) Districts Duration 120 days depending on the availability of funds daily ration of 1 kg of rice per family When: to start by October 2009 (SY 2009-2010) Food for School Program 4th Implementation Sports Development : Karatedo Sports Clinic during Saturdays: Pilot School – Alabel National High School Trainer: Christine Juvin B. Alba, 4th yr. student International Medalist in Karatedo Coach: Mr. Burt Labadia, Teacher I Recent Achievement: 4 students participated the Karatedo Mayor’s Cup held at Alabel last September 2009 during the 8th Kasadyaan Festival & 38th Foundation Anniversary of the Municipality and won: 1 Gold, 1 Silver & 1 Bronze Sports Development Drop Out Reduction Program (DORP) : Drop Out Rate SY 2008-2009 Elem. – 1.61% Sec. – 7.89% Drop Out Reduction Program (DORP) Interventions / Activities: Training Orientation to Secondary school heads & Coordinators on July 3, 2009 at Casa Luisa, GSC - Home visitations - Working student - Sponsorship / scholarships - Adopt a student program by: Teacher LGU Private sector / individual Slide 45: ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM Highlights of Accomplishments: The total cost in the implementation of the project was Three Hundred Twenty Five Thousand Pesos Only (P325,000.00). The largest part of it went to the honorarium of the facilitators for Basic Literacy Classes. Then, Literacy Cum Livelihood and Continuing Education Program. Others went to monitoring and Evaluation, In-Service Training (INSET) and learning supplies for the learners. School Based Management Updates : 100% utilization of FY 2007 SBM Grant (P2,84,476.00) 77 elem and 6 secondary schools are recipient on FY 2009 SBM Grant under GAA and SPHERE Organized and oriented SIP review Team (DSSRT – 3 members per district) for SIP enhancement 69% or 149 out of 217 elem schools and 58% or 19 out of 33 secondary schools have SIP 179 SH both elem & sec were oriented on SBM assessment tool Awarded the Best SBM Implementers both elem & sec with cellphone and certificate Awarded 5 laptops to 5 Best District Office (2008-2009) Conducted District – based Mancom for elementary School Based Management Updates Nat’l Competency Based Teachers Standard –Teacher Strength & Needs Assessment (NCBTS-TSNA) : Nat’l Competency Based Teachers Standard –Teacher Strength & Needs Assessment (NCBTS-TSNA) 113 elementary & 21 secondary schools have implemented the NCBTS-TSNA Based on the NCBTS-TSNA Partial Result Teachers’ Strength - Domain 6 (Community Linkages) Teachers’ Needs - Domain 4 (Curriculum) - Domain 3 (Diversity of Learners) Based on the Individual Plan for Professional Development (IPPD) these are the competencies to be developed Strand 3.1. Determines, understand and accepts the learners’ diverse background knowledge and experience Strand 4. 7 (ICT) – Demonstrates skills in the use of ICT in teaching and learning Strand 4.1 – Demonstrates mastery of the subject Administrators & Teachers’ training : 360 Degrees Leader Training Education Supervisors & Coordinators (July-August) School Heads of South Glan, Malungon Southwest & Malungon South Districts – August 28-29, 2009 Master Teachers – August 13-14, 2009 Seminar -Workshop on Teachers’ Benefits, Welfare & Privileges July 7-14 (By District) Human Dimensions Being a Teacher (MSU as service provider & LGU Kiamba as sponsor)) East & West Kiamba Districts, June 5-6, 2009 ICT Capability Training for Teachers sponsored by EQuALLS2 Malapatan District Downloading of Classroom - Based Assessment Maasim , Kiamba, South Glan & East Alabel Districts Administrators & Teachers’ training IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM (TIP) : IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHER INDUCTION PROGRAM (TIP) Conducted the TIP Training last May 12-13 (Batch 1) and May 14-15, 2009 (Batch 2) at Alabel National High School. 398 teachers attended the said training. Trainees were attentively listening to their lecturer and answering the assessment test in every end of the session. Conducted the TIP Recognition Day for the TIP Assessment Test passers last May 28, 2009 at Provincial Gymnasium. The TIP Assessment Test was administered last February 6, 2009 at Alabel National High School. One of the passers happily received her Certificate of Proficiency. SDS Adrales and ASDS Dela Cruz congratulated the passers with glee and pride. 16th DepEd Sarangani Foundation Anniversary : August 6, 2009 – Gawad Parangal, stakeholders were given recognition for the support to education sector. At the same time, school project proposals has been adopted by the stakeholders 16th DepEd Sarangani Foundation Anniversary August 7, 2009 – Anniversary Program Presentation of Accomplishment through a State of the Division Address by the Schools Division Superintendent World Teachers’ Day : Activities: Organized Federated Teachers’ Association in the division both public & private schools in elementary and secondary level. Strengthening PESPA Division Association Participation to Civil Service Commission activities Teachers’ Day Culmination in partnership by the Provincial Government of Sarangani on October 5, 2009 –dance contest, speech choir, with invited speakers: Rev. Boo Sanchez & Sen. Francis Pangilinan World Teachers’ Day NEWSLETTER : Lifting Education Towards Transformation, Excellence & Recognition in Sarangani NEWSLETTER Objectives: 1. To inform the field of the current issues and updates of the Division in a printed matter; 2. To increase awareness ad participation of our people in the field; 3. To win the trust of our stakeholders; and 4. To foster integrity and sustain partnership with our alliances Slide 53: Launched the Division Paper and Flyers on September 8, 2009 Distributed 200 copies of Division Paper and 500 copies of Flyers: 5 copies per District; 2 copies per secondary schools; 15 copies in Regional Office; 25 copies in LGU; 72 copies for Division Personnel; extra copies are distributed for visitors and stakeholders Launching Activities Slide 54: THANK YOU! By: Deborah A. Adrales, CESO VI Schools Division Superintendent Division of Sarangani You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.