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Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source

for Instructional Materials


of Grade VI Class
of Malalinta Elementary School

LOIDA P. AGUSTIN
Teacher III

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region 02
DIVISION OF ISABELA
SAN MANUEL DISTRICT
MALALINTAELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Edna A. Pasamonte, Ph.d.


OIC, Schools Division Superintendent
Ilagan, Isabela
(Thru Channels)
Madam:
I have the honor to submit the completion report of my Income Generating Project entitled
Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source for Instructional Materials of Grade VI
Class of Malalinta Elementary School, Malalinta San Manuel Isabela.
The objectives are successfully attained as follows:
a. Raised funds for the procurement of instructional materials specifically educational
DVDs to enhance pupils learning and printer to be used for the reproduction of activity
sheets and downloaded materials from the internet for the different subjects.
b. Developed appreciation of the pupils the importance of agriculture in their life as a
source of food and income.
c. Provided an opportunity for inculcating among the pupils the value of work, industry
and caring for the environment.
d. Had alternative source of food for the schools feeding program since the said school has
27 severely wasted pupils or 11% of 240 pupils
Anticipating your favorable action anent this request.

Very truly yours,


LOIDA P. AGUSTIN
Teacher III
Approval Recommended:
MODESTA B. ENRIQUEZ, Ph.d.
ESP-II

IRENEO V. MINGMING
District Supervisor

Approved:
EDNA A. PASAMONTE
OIC, Schools Division Superintendent

INCOME GENERATING PROJECT


Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source for Instructional Materials
of Grade VI Class of Malalinta Elementary School
A. Program

:Income Generating Project

B. Project Title

: Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source for Instructional


Materials of Grade VI Class of Malalinta Elementary School

C. Project Director and Implementer :


Loida P. Agustin
Malalinta Elementary School
Malalinta, San Manuel, Isabela
D. Human Resources Involved : Teacher adviser, Grade VI pupils, stakeholders
E. Beneficiary

: Grade VI pupils, Kinder to Grade V

F. Duration

: June, 2014 to March, 2015

G. Introduction :
Vegetable gardening is a very rewarding endeavour. Ideally, this activity is
undertaken in school to support school program needs and use vacant site and available
resources to the fullest.
In 2007, DepEd released Memo # 293 Gulayan sa Paaralan encouraging increase
public awareness in health and nutrition especially among pupils, teachers and parents. The
following year, Dep Ed Memo # 234, s 2008, which encouraged the planting of malunggay
(moringa) trees in school was issued by then Secretary of Education Jeslie Lapuz which
complemented Gulayan sa Paaralan. Malalinta Elementary School sustains these
initiatives as it adopts containerized gardening and developed malunggay park. As a result,
the said school garnered second and third place in the competition on the best implementer
of Gulayan sa Paaralan and classroom gardening respectively. This is a search launched by
the district in partnership with the Department of Agriculture (municipal level).
In this light, the implementer embarked on an income generating project as a means
of maintaining and sustaining the program. Most importantly funds were raised for the
procurement of instructional materials, specifically educational DVDs to enhance pupils
learning and printer which is used for the reproduction of activity sheets and downloaded
materials from the internet for the different subjects.
H. Instructional Implications of Vegetable Gardening
Instructional Implications of vegetable gardening are reflected in the different
objectives taken from subject areas of science, math, english, nutrition, EPP, and hekasi.
Conventional tests like quizzes, performance tests can be used to determine the effect
of instructional implications of vegetable and malunggay gardening in the pupils learning.
1. Vegetable and malunggay garden can be used by the teacher as a laboratory of learning
in teaching science and health lessons.
Sample of Objectives:
a. Identify living things and non-living things in a mini ecosystem
b. Identify plant/plant parts used for food, medicine etc.
c. Describe the characteristics of plants which help them adapt to their environment
2. It can be used to address important issues related to nutrition and environmental
problems
Objectives:
a. Naipakikita ang kusang-loob na pakikipagtulungan upang mapabuti ang kapaligiran

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b. Napapanatiling malinis at maayos ang kapaligiran


Hands-on experienced in the vegetable and malunggay gardening led to increase
ecological knowledge and performance of environmentally responsible behaviors.
Objectives:
a. Naipakikita ang kawilihan sa paghahalaman
b. Naipamamalas ang kasiyahan sa paggawa ng mga lupang taniman
c. Participate in campaigns and activities for improving/managing ones environment
The pupils can correctly identify the seeds of the vegetable before planting.
Objectives:
a. Natutukoy ang uri ng tanim ayon sa buto nito
b. Natutukoy at nakikilala ang mga pananim mula sa tuwiran at di tuwirang pagtatanim
It can be integrated in the value formation in the different subjects such as science,
english, mathematics, filipino, hekasi, etc.
Objectives:
a. Napahahalagahan ang sariling gawi at kilos batay sa mga pamantayang ilalahad
b. Nakalalahok sa mga payak at kapakipakinabang na gawain
It can be used to support department thrust and projects in the mitigation of malnutrition
as in Dep. Ed Memo No. 293 Gulayan sa Paaralan and Dep Ed memo # 234, s 2008,
which encouraged the planting of malunggay (moringa) trees in school
This can be used as one of environment intervention strategies by school organization
such as Youth for Environment in School-Organization (YES-O) in climate change.
Objectives:
a. Natutukoy ang mga gawaing nakapagpapabuti sa kapaligiran
b. Demonstrate commitment and concern in preserving/conserving the balance of life in
the ecosystem
Vegetable and malunggay gardening will influence the pupils in their willingness to taste
vegetables.
Objective:
a. Practice ways of maintaining ones health such as eating go, grow and glow foods
Vegetable and malunggay garden activities which included planting, tending, harvesting,
consuming garden-grown produce can be as avenue for the pupils to love doing work.
Objectives:
a. Nasisiyahan sa karanasan ng pagpupunla at paglilipat ng mga pananim
b. Nagagamit nang wasto ang mga kasangkapan at kagamitan sa paghahanda ng lupang
pagtataniman
c. Nakasusunod sa wastong paraan ng pangangalaga ng halaman
d. Naipakikita ang wastong pagkukuwenta ng halaga ng pinamili, pinagbilhan, tinubo,
o lugi sa pagtitinda
e. Naipakikita ang pagmamahal sa anumang uri ng gawain

I. Purposes and Objectives


1. To raise funds for the procurement of instructional materials preferably educational
DVDs to enhance pupils learning and printer to be used for the reproduction of activity
sheets and downloaded materials from the internet for the different subjects.
2. To serve as laboratory of learning for the different subject areas as indicated in the
instructional implications
3. To build an understanding of and respect for nature and our environment.
4. To motivate pupils to eat vegetables.
5. To provide opportunities for hands-on learning, inquiry, observation and
experimentation.
6. To promote physical activity and quality outdoor experiences.

7. To teach pupils to nurture and care for other living things while developing patience.
8. To develop appreciation of the pupils the importance of agriculture in their life as a
source of food and income.
9. To provide an opportunity for inculcating among the pupils the value of work, industry
and caring for the environment.
10. To have an alternative source of food for the schools feeding program since the said
school has 27 severely wasted pupils or 11% of 240 pupils

GANTT CHART OF ACTIVITIES


Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source
for Instructional Materials of Grade VI Class
of Malalinta Elementary School
SY. 2014-2015
TIME FRAME
ACTIVITIES
June

Oriented the pupils and parents


regarding the IGP
Secued permit from the
division office for its approval
& implementation
Designed the garden. Plan big
but start small
Cultivated the soil (Involved
the parents)
Weeded & removed grasses
Prepared the soil (bringing soil
or amending existing soil)
Planted seeds or planted
seedlings
Watered the plants
Weeded the plants
Mulched the plants
Harvested the vegetables
Sold the Produce
Procurement of the Project
Documented and submitted the
results to the division office
Sustained the IGP

July

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J. Procedure
1. Conducted an orientation meeting with the pupils regarding the income generating
project (see enclosed attendance sheet & pictures)
2. Requested permit for its approval & implementation in the division office.
3. Chose a site with sun, good soil and drainage and probably most important of all close to
water.
4. Involved the pupils choosing the vegetables to plant and where they will be planted.
5. Planted crops that mature quickly.
6. Every pupil or in group have their own plot in the garden.
7. Planted extra vegetables for the unwelcome visitors.
8. Identified the tools needed in the garden preparation, planting and maintenance.
9. Started the digging of the vacant lot. Involve the parents.

10. Garden was divided into plots & planted assorted vegetables.
11. Undertook succeeding activities like weeding & mulching.
12. Harvested & marketed of the produce.
13. Procured DVD, photocopying materials and printer.
14. This IGP was documented & submitted to the division office for approval.
K. Schedule of Activities
COMPLETION OF THE INCOME GENERATING PROJECT
Activities

Timeframe

Expected Outcome

Orientation of the pupils &


parents regarding the IGP

June ,2014
(1:00-3:00 p.m)

Oriented the pupils


& parents regarding
the IGP
Secured permit for
its approval &
implementation in
the division office
Designed the
garden

Secure permit for its


approval &
implementation in the
division office
Design of the garden was
successful
Digging-in the garden was
made thru the help of the
parents
Weeding & grass removal
was done religiously
Soil was tilled efficiently
Planted seeds and
seedlings
Plants watered by pupils in
group
Weeds removed
Plants were mulched
Harvested the Produce
Sold the Vegetables
Bought DVD, Printer &
Reproduction materials
Completion Report
Submitted to the Division
Office for approval
Sustained the Project

June ,2014

June
7:00-7:15 A.M
June
7:00-12:00 A.M

Dug out the garden

3:00-5:00 P.M

Removed the
grasses

3:00-5:00 P.M

Prepared the soil

June
7:00-7:30 A.M
Everyday
7:00-7:30 A.M
4:30-5:00 P.M
Every other day
7:00-7:30 A.M
Once every month
7:00-7:30 A.M
Aug.-Sept. 2014,
Feb.-Mar.2015
7:00-7:30 A.M
Aug.-Sept. 2014,
Feb.-Mar.2015
7:00-7:30 A.M

Planted seeds &


seedlings
Watered the plants

February 2015
March 2014, April
2015
Year Round

L. Project Operational Description

Weeded

Human Resources
Involved
Stakeholder,
Adviser,
Pupils, Parents
Adviser

School head,
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
School head,
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
School head,
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents

Harvested

Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
Adviser, Pupils,
Parents
Adviser, Pupils,

Sold the produce

Adviser, Pupils,

Constructed/
Improved the
project
Documented &
submitted the
results to the
division office
Sustained the IGP

Carpenter, School
Head, Adviser,
Parents

Mulched

Adviser

A. Market
Vegetables provide the nutrients and vitamins the body needs when these vegetables
are digested. Vegetables are also claimed to be a powerhouse of nutritional values. Hence,
this Income Generating Project awaken the consciousness of the pupils in the effect of
having a healthy dietary intake.
In the marketing of the produce, the pupils maintained their grouping in the school
garden. Each group harvested their own fruits/vegetable at 7:00-7:30 in the morning and
sold of the same follows in the same place, school garden. Each group recorded the sales.
The income generated was reflected in Table A.
Table A: Records of Income (October-February 2015)
Group

Vegetable

Quantity

Group I & II

Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Singkamas
Singkamas

10 kilos
6 kilos
9 kilos
8 kilos
6 kilos
4 kilos
2 kilos
1 kilo
1 kilo

Amount
per kilo
25
25
25
25
20
20
20
30
30

Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sigarillas
Sili
Sili

8
7
10
6
7
5
4
3 kilos
1 kilo

25
25
25
25
20
20
20
15
15

Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya

9
10
6
4
5
4
2
2

30
30
30
30
30
30
30
30

Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya
Ampalaya

6
8
5
4
5
4
4

30
30
30
30
30
30
3

Eggplant
Eggplant
Eggplant
Eggplant

6
4
6
4

25
25
25
25

Sub-Total
Group III & IV

Sub-Total
Group V & VI

Sub-Total
Group VII & VIII

Sub-Total
Group IX

Date

Gross
Amount
250.00
150.00
225.00
200.00
120.00
80.00
40.00
30.00
30.00
1,125.00
200.00
175.00
250.00
150.00
140.00
100.00
80.00
45.00
15.00
1,155.00
270.00
300.00
180.00
120.00
150.00
120.00
60.00
60.00
1,260.00
180.00
240.00
150.00
180.00
150.00
120.00
120.00
1,140.00
150.00
100.00
150.00
100.00

Eggpalnt
Group X

Okra

25

10

10

75.00
575.00
100.00

bundles

Okra
Okra
Okra
Sili
Sili

8
6
8
8 kilos
6 kilos

10
10
10
15
15

80.00
60.00
80.00
120.00
90.00
530.00
5,785.00

Sub-Total
TOTAL
Table B: Amount of the Instructional Materials
Quantity
1 unit
2 Reams

Description
Epson Printer
Bond Paper
Educational DVDs
Total

Unit Price
(Present)
4,750.00
300.00
700.00

Total Price
(Present)
4,750.00
300.00
700.00
5,750.00

The implementer embarked on an income generating project to maintain the Gulayan


sa Paaralan program. It has been a productive activity. Funds were raised from the proceeds
of the project, thus the Grade VI class was able to buy educational DVD which enhances
pupils learning, photocopying materials and a printer which is used for the production of
activity sheets and downloaded materials from the internet for the different subjects.
B. Technical Description
The project is located at Malalinta Elementary School, Malalinta San Manuel
Isabela. The seeds will be taken from the harvest of the last planting season and the
rest will be bought outside.
C. Organizational Management
The project is headed by the adviser with the support of the pupils and HRPTA members.
The cost of the project is shown in Table B.
M. Summary
The Income Generating Project entitled Veggie for IMs: Vegetable Production as Fund Source
for Instructional Materials of Grade VI Class of Malalinta Elementary School has been a success.
It has also become a laboratory of learning for the teacher and the pupils, the parents and the
barangay officials are inspired to have their own garden at home and the community park. Funds
were raised in the procurement of the instructional materials, DVD and printer. All the grades and
Teachers are supportive of this project and an evaluation of the Gulayan sa Paaralan in school-based
was conducted twice to sustain the program.
N. Conclusions
The IGP is a showcase of hardwork by the adviser, pupils and parents. This will be a
continuing program for Grade VI pupils in the succeeding years as shown by the result of the
harvest.
O. Recommendations

It is recommended that another grade can also conduct an income generating project using
containerized gardening if space does not warrant vegetable planting.

The adviser while conducting a meeting with the parents informing them about
the income generating project of Grade VI.

The adviser while explaining the objectives of the project to the Grade VI pupils.