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Writing a School Strategic Plan

OUR VISION We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose values and competencies enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation.

We are a learner-centered public institution, The Department of Education continuously improves itself to better serve its stakeholders.

OUR MISSION To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based and complete basic education where: Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and motivating environment Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners OUR CORE VALUES Maka-Diyos Makatao Makakalikasan Makabansa

Objectives, KRAs, PIs

PIs OBJECTIVES Reach 1. To reach all the children who are of schoolage through formal education. 2. To reach school children who are always out of school through home visitation. 3. To maintain 0 drop- out rate. 4. To attain 98% to 100% retention rate from 20141016. Responsiveness 1. To have quality graduates who will enroll in the next level of education by 100% from 2014-2016. Ratings 1. To attain the standard NAT rating of 76 % in Grade III and VI. Returns 1. To produce functional literate graduates Revenues 1. To receive and utilize funds for school improvement and learners needs KRAs SY 20142015 264 0 98% SY 20152016 277 0 100% SY 20162017 288 0 100%

Gross Enrollment Drop-out Rate Retention Rate

Graduation Rate




Achievement Rating Grade III VI

English36.21 Mathematics- 39.08 Science32.18 Filipino35.78 Hekasi35.21 Overall 35.69 52.80 63.00 54.90 61.30 52.00 56.8



62.73 63.70 61.40 62.60 62.41 62.57

68.26 71.66 68.96 71.10 68 69.90

76% 76% 76% 76% 76% 76%

76% 76% 76% 76% 76% 76%

49.47-60.53 51.39-67.33 46.79-61.93 49.19-66.20 48.81-60 49.13- 63.2

Completion Rate 83.33%




MOOE Resources raised from donors, stakeholders, parents, etc.

100% 100%

100% 100%

100% 100%

Recognition 1. To gain recognition as one of the performing schools in the district. 2. To recognize deserving teachers and pupils.

SBM Assessment PASBE Other competitions Number of awards received by teachers pupils

80 80

85 85

90 90

18 5

36 10

54 15

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT Findings on Internal Assessment (Findings and Conclusion) Level 1: Performance Output and Outcomes -Decreasing NAT result from 67.39,61,20 to 56.80 - Absenteeism of pupils -No performance evaluation in the conduct of prescribed dance and songs. Level 2: Organizational Competence and Capabilities -One master teacher ,five teacher III ,2 teacher I and a hired teacher. -only one masteral graduate. Level 3: Utilization of Resources -Maximum utilization of resources: MOOE GPTA Fees Donations Solicitations Level 4: Management Processes -There is organization of: Disaster Risk Reduction Management Council(DRRM) Child Protection policy Committee( CPPC) School Governing Council -Practices of participatory approach in planning and decision -making. Overlapping of functions and activities. -Rules on procurement are strictly implemented. -Limited funds Strengths for DepED Unit to Exploit Weaknesses for DepED Unit to Counter

-Committed and dedicated teachers. -Concerned mentors -Presence of evaluative materials

-No subject teacher

-Parents not responsive -no activities are enumerated in the school calendar.

-efficient and effective teachers. -master teacher is a big help to the school head.

-teachers procrastinate their schooling -no seminar-workshop is conducted

-Staff meeting is always conducted.

(SGC) General Parents Teachers Association (GPTA) School Teachers Organization(STA) Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) Youth for Environmental School Organization (YESO) Level 5: Marketing, Operations, Human Resource and Finance MOOE is released directly to school. GPTA treasurer holds the funds of the school such as GPTA fees,donations,solicitations,etc. -MOOE expenditures are based on teachers and pupils needs. -Early submission of liquidation report. -Presence of transparency board, school and classroom. Strengths for DepED Unit to Exploit Weaknesses for DepED Unit to Counter -limited funds

Findings on Internal Assessment (Findings and Conclusion) Level 6: Teams and Individuals Evaluation is conducted: Gulayan sa Paaralan Evaluation Most Functional Herbarium Evaluation WATCH School Implementer Physical Evaluation Sustainable eco-friendly school Evaluation of teachers at work Utilization of NCBTS result -Conduct of INSET/LAC Session -Conduct of School-Based Action Research Level 7: Physical Facilities and Set-up, Working Conditions, and Environmental Surroundings -No classroom for Grade V-A pupils -Need computer and projector -Proposed E-library

-Improved performance of teachers -Support of Feeding Program

-Overlapping activities

-Presence of bahay- kubo serves as temporary classroom. -The Grade V teacher is dedicated and resourceful. -Resourceful teachers. -Supportive stakeholders.

-transfer of learning is not feasible. -limited physical facilities. -networking not easy

Level 8: Organizational Affiliations, Alliances and Linkages -Partnership with stakeholders is always enhanced through program attendance Stakeholders are supportive to the school. Low spirit of volunteerism of some parents.

Level 9: Top Management, Board Members and Leaders -School head is a principal,a passer of qualifying exam for school head; a doctoral graduate. Implement DepEd programs and projects in the school Look after the welfare of the teachers and the pupils. -focuses more on administrative function than on instructional supervision.

Level 10: Strategic Fit and VSOP

Findings/Data Social Factor 1. Parents of pupils are OFW 2. Most parents are farmers; few are laborers ;and OFW. - A good number are 4Ps recipients. Opportunity -Pupils can pay school obligations on time. Threat -Pupils are prone to engaged in unwanted activities such as cutting class, watching pornographic videos. -Pupils are neglected by their guardians. -Some parents are not timely in paying obligation; some does not want to pay -Easy implementation of school projects. Officials are insistent of their demands.

Political Factor 1. Barangay Officials are supportive of the school programs.

Economic Factor 1. No source of income during off-season. 2. Low income parents-are laborers.

More time to attend to school activities. More time to attend to school activities.

-Transferring-out of residence affecting pupils schooling. -Child labor; absenteeism of pupils

Ecological Factor 1. Rough road making travel time uncomfortable

-Road is free as drying pavement

-Longer travel time

Technological Factor 1. Presence of video game near the school 2. Absence of internet caf near the school.

-Pupils are exposed to modern games. -Ample time to focus in their lessons.

Pupils cut classes to play video games. No chance to immediately surf the internet

Internal Assessment



External Assessment

1. Committed and dedicated teachers. 2. Efficient and effective teachers. 3. Practices of participatory approach in planning. 4. MOOE expenditures are based on teachers and pupils needs 5. Grade V Teacher is resourceful 6. Stakeholders supportive of the school. 7. School Implementer of DepEd Programs and projects.

1. No subject teacher 2. Overlapping of functions and activities. 3. Absence of ICT gadgets 4. Limited physical facilities 5. Slow transfer of learning. 6. Low spirit of volunteerism among some parents. 7. Less instructional supervision

Opportunities 1. Pupils can pay school obligations on time. 2. Successful implementation of school projects & programs. 3. More time to do volunteer works in school. 4. Ample time to focus on their lessons. Threats 1. Pupils engaged in unwanted activities like pornographyand theft outside the school. 2. Moving-out of residence affecting pupils schooling 3. Child labor 4. No chance to immediately surf the internet. 5. Absenteeism 6. Cutting classes



(S2-O4) Increase PL in the National Achievement Test

(W4-O1) Improve community engagement through Adopt-A-School Program



(S1, T2) Attention shifted to gainful activities

(W3,T5) Procurement of computer and projector


STRATEGY: Increase NAT result 1.1. PROGRAM: Maximum utilization of NAT result 1.1.1. ACTIVITY: Remedial teaching TASK RESOURCES Person Involved Physical School head ,teachers and pupils Bond paper School head ,teachers and pupils Bond paper Bond paper Analysis of least mastered skills Construction of test items School head ,teachers and pupils congruent to the NAT materials. 1.1.2. ACTIVITY: Lessen the number of malnourished children TASK of wasted and severely wasted children Meetings with parents for cooking schedule Feeding Proper

Pesos 100.00 100.00 1000.00

RESOURCES Person Involved Physical School Head, Teachers, Pupils and Form 1,Weighing Health Coordinator Scale and Bond Paper School Head, Health Coordinator, Menu parents Health Coordinator ,Pupils, Parents Foods

Pesos 100.00

100.00 5000.00 Monthly or depending upon the budget.

1.2 PROGRAM: 12:30 Reading time 1.2.1 ACTIVITY 1: To develop reading skills among pupils.

TASK of books per grade Annotating stories Answering evaluation tests Person Involved Teachers and pupils Teachers and pupils Teachers and pupils

RESOURCES Physical books Books and notebooks Books, notebooks and papers

Pesos 100.00 100.00 1000.00

1.2.2: ACTIVITY2: To increase the comprehension level of pupils TASK Borrowing of books from library hub. Reading books Answering comprehension tests Person Involved Teachers and pupils Teacher and pupils Teacher and pupils RESOURCES Physical books books books Pesos 300.00 100.00 1000.00

1.3 PROGRAM: Bata ko, Pananagutanko. 1.3.1 ACTIVITY: Conduct of Home Visitation Task Person Involved Daily Checking of Attendance Teacher and pupils Teacher conduct home visit Teacher and pupils Confer with the concerned Teacher ,pupils and parents parents 2.1.2 ACTIVITY: Conduct of Feeding Once a Week Task from stakeholders in the barangay Meetings with parents Feeding Time Person Involved GPTA,HRPTA Officers Teachers, Parents and Health coordinator Teachers, Parents and pupils

RESOURCES Physical Form 1 Form 1 and request letter Bond Paper

Pesos 100.00 150.00 500.00

RESOURCES Physical Bond Paper Paper Foods

Pesos 300.00 100.00 1000.00

2. STRATEGY 2.1PROGRAM: Adopt-A-School Program 2.1.1. Activity: Organization of GPTA/HRPTA Officers Task: Conduct GPTA/HRPTA meeting
TASK Election of Officers Review of their Duties & Responsibilities Preparation of Resolutions/ Request letter to the stakeholders who responds to the crucial needs of the school Submit request letters/ resolutions Follow-up submitted resolutions RESOURCES Person Involved Physical Parents, Teachers, School Head Bond paper School head ,teachers and pupils Bond paper School head ,teachers and pupils Bond paper Pesos 300.00 500.00 300.00

School head ,teachers and pupils School head ,teachers and pupils

Bond Paper Bond Paper

150.00 150.00

3. Strategy: Attention shifted to gainful activities 3.1 Program: GulayansaPaaralan Task: Sustainability of GulayansaPaaralan
TASK 3.1.1: Meeting with Parents Person Involved School Head, Teachers, Parents RESOURCES Physical Bond Paper Pesos 100.00

3.1.2 Preparation of the Garden 3.1.3 Planting 3.1.4 Harvesting

School Head, Teachers, Parents, Pupils School Head, Teachers, Parents, Pupils School Head, Teachers, Parents, Pupils

Garden Tools Garden Tools, Seeds Harvesting Materials

500.00 300.00 50.00

4. Strategy: Procurement of Computer & Projector 4.1. Program: Fund Raising Activities Task: Conduct of Fundraising such as festivals TASK 4.1.1 Meeting with Parents 4.1.2 Preparation of Materials 4.1.3 Connect with Stakeholders 4.1.4 Distribution of Materials 4.1.5 Procurement of Materials 4.2 RESOURCES Person Involved Physical Teachers, parents, school head Bond Paper Parents, School Head, Pupils Bond Paper Teachers, school head, Bond Paper stakeholders Teachers, school head, Bond Paper stakeholders Teachers, stakeholders ICT Equipment Pesos 100.00 100.00 100.00 100.00 30,000.00

ACTIVITY: Construction of E-Library Program: Highly Technologized Library Task Person Involved School Head, Parents, Teachers, stakeholders School Head, Parents, Teachers, stakeholders School Head, Parents, External stakeholders School Head, Parents, External stakeholders School Head, Parents, External stakeholders RESOURCES Physical Construction Materials Bond Paper Bond Paper Work plan Books, computer, internet Pesos 50,000.00 100.00 100.00 500.00 75,000

4.2.1 Repair of the proposed library 4.2.2 Meetings with parents 4.3.3. Meeting with the stakeholders 4.3.4 Inspection of the completed library 4.3.5 Turn-over & Acceptance of the E-Library