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Sustainability of Vegetable Gardening In Schools

Modesta B.Enriquez
Malalinta Elementary School
San Manuel,Isabela

Introduction:
Vegetable gardening is a very rewarding endeavor. 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 GulayansaPaaralan (Vegetables Gardening In
Schools) encouraging increase public awareness in health and nutrition especially among
students , teachers and parents. The following year, DepEd Memo # 243, s. 2008 , which
encouraged the planting of malunggay trees ( moringaoleifera) or horse radish in school was
issued by the then Secretary of Education Jeslie Lapuz which complement Gulayan sa
Paaralan. Malalinta Elementary School sustains these initiatives as it adopts containerized
gardening and develops malunggay park. As a result , the said school garnered second and
third place in the competition on the best implementer of GulayansaPaaralan and classroom
gardening respectively; a search launched by the school district in partnership of the
Department of Agriculture( municipal level).

For the continuity of its successful implementation, the evaluative criteria are hereby
documented.






























EVALUATIVE CRITERIA FOR SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL NURSERY

School: _____________________________________________Date: _________________

ITEMS TO BE EVALUATED EQUIVALENT
POINTS
POINTS
EARNED A. NURSERY LOCATION
1. Accessible to garden areas 3
2. Good drainage e with fertile soil 4
3. Provided with good water supply 4
4. Partially shaded to control excessive sunlight, strong
rain and wind.
4 /
B. NURSERY FACILITIES (20 PTS)
1. NURSERY GARDEN HOUSE
a. Tool room with nursery tools 4
b. Storage and dressing room with shelves and cabinet 4
c. Laboratory area with blackboard and demonstration
table
4
d. Sitting facilities good for 40 pupils 4 /
e. Drinking and washing facilities 4
C. NURSERY AREAS/Components (25 pts.)
1. Pomology at least 3 fruit tree seedlings planted in
receptacles per Agri. Pupil
4 /
2. Floriculture- At least 3 ornamental cuttings planted in
receptacles per Agri. Pupil
4 /
3. Forestation- at least 3 forest tree seedlings planted in
receptacles per Agri. Pupil
4 /
4. Olericulture- at least 5 portable seed boxes and 1 seed
bed at least 1m wide x 2m long.
4 /
5. Medicinal/Herbal- Demonstrated at least 5 kinds of
herbal plants planted in pots.
3 /
6. Special projects at least 20 budded, marcotted,
inarched, grafted plants at least 3 kinds potted rare
ornamental/ flowering plants.
3

3
/

/
D. NURSERY/ GARDEN WASTE DISPOSAL (10 pts)
1. Scientific compost Heap/Pile at least 1m x 2m x l m 4
2. Scientific compost pit at least 1m x 1m deep. 3
3. Garbage pit at least 1 x 1m deep 3 /
E. NURSERY RECORDS (10 pts)
1. Nursery Production Record 3
2. Nursery Dispersal Record 3
3. Individual pupil performance and production record. 4
F. INSTRUCTIONAL DEVICES (12 PTS)
1. References: books, magazines, guides, pamphlets, etc. 2
2. Tool chart 2 /
3. Plant propagation chart 2
4. Plant pest and disease chart 2
5. Farm chemical chart 2
6. Seeds Sample chart 2
G. GENERAL APPEARANCE
1. Cleanliness and Orderliness 3 /
2. Fence and gate 2 /
3. Labels 3 /
TOTAL POINTS. 100

EVALUATORS:

Name: Signature
__________________________________________ _____________________
__________________________________________ _____________________

CRITERIA FOR EVALUATION OF GULAYAN SA PAARALAN/
COMMUNAL GARDEN

__________________________________ __________________________
Name of School District

Date: _________________________ Date: ______________________

_________________________________
_____________________
Baseline Evaluation Final Evaluation


EVALUATORS:
NAME: SIGNATURE:
_______________________________________ _______________________________
_______________________________________ _______________________________
Noted:
_______________________________ _______________________
District Agriculture Consultant Schools District Supervisor


CRITERIA EQUIVALENT
POINTS
POINTS
EARNED
I. PHYSICAL ASPECT 40
1. Site and Location
a. Drainage 10
b. Provided with good water
supply
10
b.1. faucet (10)
b.2. Deepwell (7)
b.3. Other (5)
c. School enclosed with fence 10
c.1. Concrete (10)
c.2. semi-concrete (7)
c.3. partially fence (5)
d. Label of project 10
II. GARDEN PLOTS/
CONTAINERS?PLANTS
40
a. Arrangements of garden plots/
containerized and plots
20
b. Over-all appearance of plants 20 20
III. RECORDS KEEPING
a. Planting 5
b. Dispersal 5
c. Production 5
d. Income and Expenditures 2
e. Documentation 3
Total Points 100 100%

SEARCH FOR GREENIEST AND PRODUCTIVE
CLASSROOM VEGETABLE GARDEN


___________________________________ __________________________
Name of School District

Date: _______________________ Date: ______________________

_____________________________ _____________________
Baseline Evaluation Final Evaluation


EVALUATORS:
NAME: SIGNATURE:
_______________________________________ _______________________________
_______________________________________ _______________________________

Noted:
_______________________________ _______________________
District Agriculture Consultant Schools District Supervisor



CRITERIA EQUIVALENT
POINTS
POINTS
EARNED
I. PHYSICAL ASPECT 30
1. Site and Location
a.Drainage 10
b.Provided with good water supply 10
b.1. faucet (10)
b.2. Deepwell (7)
b.3. Other (5)
c.label of project 10
II. GARDEN PLOTS/ CONTAINERS
PLANTS
45
c. Arrangements of garden plots/
containers and plots
20
d. Over-all appearance of plants 25
III. RECORDS KEEPING 25
e. Planting 5
f. Dispersal 5
g. Production 5
h. Income and Expenditures 5

i.Documentation
5

Total Points 100 100%