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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XI
TAGUM CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Mangga, Visayan Village, Tagum City
Tel: (084)4004004 / 216 22 74

Telefax: (084)2173514

Vision:
Guidance Center of Tagum City National High School envisions a community of integrated persons
adhering to the value of: MAKATAO, MAKA-DIYOS, MAKAKALIKASAN at MAKABANSA.
Mission:
To go nearer our vision, the Guidance Center shall assist every individual
attain self realization, determination and self actualization
in partnership with the internal and external stakeholders.
Goals:
Guidance Center is committed to:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

provide data-based program of individual student;


disseminate accurate information;
make available tests materials suited to individuals needs;
render academic advise either individual or group; and
conduct research for an effective intervention to help improve school performance.
Prepared and Submitted by:

MARY GRACE L. BATOON


Guidance Counselor I

VICENTITO A. JARA
3rd Year Level Guidance Counselor

NANCY B. GONZALES
4th Year Level Guidance Counselor
Approved:

TEODORICO S. CABALLERO, Ed. D


Secondary School Principal IV

TAGUM CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

GUIDANCE CENTER
ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
School Year 2011 2012
SERVICES

OBJECTIVES

1.1 Gathered data of


all freshmen and
transferees

ACTIVITIES / PROGRAMS

1.1 Filling up of Cumulative


Record (SPDI)

1. Individual
Inventory

1. 2 Updated the
SPDI of Old Student

2.1 Oriented students


on the different
school policies and
services
2. Information

2.2 Oriented SSG


Officers on their
roles

1.2 OLD SPDI Updating

2.1 Students Orientation


2.1.1 First year and Transferees
2.1..2 Second, Third and Fourth
Year Level (By Section)
2.1.3 SPED Students
(Individual)

2..2. SSG Leveling of


Expectations

STRATEGIES
* Finalize list of transferees
and freshmen
* Convene for the transferees
and meet freshmen by
section
*Conduct interview for
transferees, SPED Students,
and freshmen
* Filling up of SPDI
* Update computerized list of
students in SPA, SPS and
CP-TLE
* Arrange SPDI alphabetically in
2nd , 3rd & 4th Year Level
* Arrange SPDI alphabetically
and by section in the 1st Year
Level

Meet for the Planning


Submit a Program
Seek
the
Principals
Approval
Conduct the Orientation
Evaluate the Program

* Coordinate with the


Adviser and SSG Officers

TIME FRAME

PERSON
INVOLVED

BUDGET

SOURCE OF
FUND

June to August 2011

Guidance Counselors,
Teachers, Principal,
SPED Coordinator

12,000.00

MOOE

July to August 2011

Guidance Counselors

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

June 6, 2011

SSG
July 4, 2011

Guidance Counselors,
Teachers, Year Level
Heads, Parents and
Principal

Guidance Counselor,
SSG Officers,
SSG Adviser, Principal
and Division
Personnel

SERVICES

Continuation of
Information

OBJECTIVES

ACTIVITIES / PROGRAMS

2.3 Updated /
refreshed faculty
members on the
different guidance
services

2.3 Information dissemination

2.4 100 % of the


fourth year students
were informed on the
different scholarship
programs of different
colleges and
universities

2.4 Bulletin Board Updating


2.5 Advocacy / Information
Dissemination

3.1 Diagnosed
students concern
such as:
3.1.1 Personality
3.1.2 Academic
Ability
3.1.3 Interest
3.1.4 problem/s
3.1.5 Intelligences
3. Testing

3.2 National
Achievement Test
(NAT)

3.1 Conducted the following


modified standardized tests:
a) Personality Test
b) Mental Ability Test
c) Sentence Completion
d) Multiple Intelligences
e) Learning Preference Inventory
f) Student Problem Inventory
3.2 Administered the following
Interest Checklist:
a) SPA, SPS, Survey
b) CP- TLE Questionnaire

NAT for Year II

STRATEGIES
* Finalize presentation of services
* Confer with the principal
* Division of Labor
* Presentation of Guidance
Services
* Evaluation of the Activity
* Gather relevant career
information
* Post these information on the
bulletin board

* Identify the test takers


* Interpret the result
* Utilize the result
* Apply intervention if needed*

TIME FRAME

PERSON
INVOLVED

BUDGET

SOURCE OF
FUND

August to
September 2011

Guidance Counselors,
Teachers and Principal

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

August 2011 to
March 2012

Fourth Year Students,


Guidance Counselors,
Personnel of different
Colleges and
Universities, Principal

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

June 2011 to
March 2012

Guidance Counselors,
Parents, Advisers,
Supply Officer,
Students and Principal

Not
Applicable
(Internet
based)

Not Applicable

January 2012 to
March 2012

Second Year Students,


Guidance Counselor,
Year Level Head,
Parents, Teachers,
Principal, Division
Monitoring Team

8,000.00

MOOE

Formulate the test questionnaire

* Conduct remedial classes


* Finalize list of examinees
* Join Division Orientation
* Conduct Orientation to students,
examiners and room supervisors
* Consolidate the Rating by
Section
* Interpret and release the result

SERVICES

OBJECTIVES

3.3 National Career


Assessment
Examination (NCAE)

Continuation of
Testing

3.4 100% of
interested and
qualified fourth year
students have taken
the admission and
scholarship exam of
the different colleges
and universities

3.5 Identified specific


competencies that
need emphasis/focus

ACTIVITIES / PROGRAMS

National Career Assessment


Examination for third (3rd) Year
and Graduating Students

Admission and Scholarship


Examination of different colleges
and universities

Institutional Diagnostic Test /


School Achievement Test

STRATEGIES
* Finalize list of examinees
* Join Division Orientation
* Conduct Orientation to
students, Room Examiners,
Room Supervisors
* Conduct the Test
* Release and interpret the result
* Receive notice from the
different colleges and
universities
* Disseminate information to
all interested and qualified
students
* Send the required application
forms to the universities
and/or colleges
* Assist in the conduct of the
test
* Follow-up
* Hand in the received results
to the students
* Coordinated the Master
Teachers, Department
Heads, Year Level Head in
the formulation and conduct
of Diagnostic and
Achievement Test
* Seek the approval of the
Principal.
* Conduct the Test
* Check and interpret the
result by section
* Provide intervention if needed

TIME FRAME
July 2011
August 2011
January 2012

June 2011 to
February 2012

June 7 10, 2011


Diagnostic Test

March 2012
Achievement Test
(School Level)

PERSON
INVOLVED

BUDGET

SOURCE OF
FUND

Third and Fourth Year


Guidance Counselors,
Students, Advisers,
Year Level Heads,
Parents, Principal and
Division Personnel

8,000.00

MOOE

Personnel from
different Colleges and
Universities, Guidance
Counselors, Fourth
Year Students,
Advisers and Principal

700.00

GPTA Guidance
Fund

11,958.00

MOOE

6, 450.00

PTA

Year Level Guidance


Counselors, Sample
Students, Principal,
Master Teachers,
Department Heads,
Year Level Heads,
GPTA President and
Teachers

SERVICES

OBJECTIVES
4.1 Assisted
identified
students with
problems and
difficulties

ACTIVITIES /
PROGRAMS
Conferences with students
and parents

4. Counseling
4.2 Organized
selected
students as
Teen Buddies

Organization of Teen
Buddies

Follow up the following:


5.1 Record
Progress of
identified
students with
problems and
difficulties

5.1.1 Students with lack


subject
5.1.2 Transferees
5.1.3 Students
Performance
5.1.4 Graduates

5. Follow-up
5.2 Place / Recommend
students according to
their area of
specialization / section

5.2 Placement / Sections

STRATEGIES
* Identify students with
problems and difficulties
* Refer with teacher-adviser
* Call for a conference with
students/parents/adviser
* Meet for the planning
* Formulate Program Design
* Seek the principals approval
* Organized Teen Buddies
* Conduct Series of Trainings
for Teen Buddies
* Monitor and supervise the
program
* Evaluate the program
* Coordinate with the Records
for the form 137 Request
* Gather information about the
graduates
* Communicates with the
graduates through internet
* Call for an alumni
homecoming
* Plan for projects and
activities
* Administer modified tests for
SPA, SPS and CP - TLE
Students
* Conference with SPED
students and parents
* Provide the necessary
individual education
program

TIME FRAME

PERSON
INVOLVED

BUDGET

SOURCE OF
FUND

July 2011 to March


2012

Students, Parents,
Teacher-Adviser,
Guidance Counselors
and Principal

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

Selected Third Year


Students and Fourth
Year Students,
Guidance Counselors,
GPTA President,
Resource Speaker and
Principal

7,000.00

Registration/GPT
A Guidance
Fund

Principal, ICT
Coordinator, Alumni
Officers, Records incharge, Guidance
Counselors

50,000.00

Registration /
Donations

Guidance Counselors,
1st Year Level Heads,
MAPEH Teachers,
CP-TLE Teachers, TLE
Coordinator, CPTLE
Master Teacher and
Principal

120.00

August 2011
September 2011
Year Round
March 2012

August 2011
to
October 2012

May 2 2011
to
May 30, 2011

MOOE

SERVICES

OBJECTIVES

5.3 To implement DORP

ACTIVITIES /
PROGRAMS
5.3 EASE Project

Continuation
of Follow-up
5.4 To increase graduation
rate and decrease
failure and drop-out
rate.

6.1 Oriented all


SPA, SPS and
CP TLE
students on
the career
opportunities
of their choice.

6. Career
Guidance

6.2 100% of the fourth


Year students are
given proper guidance
on mans vocation
and the different career
opportunities

6.3 Acquainted BPOSA


Students on how to
pass oral and written
examinations for
job opportunities

5.4 One Overload Subject


for graduating Students

6.1 SPA / SPS and


CP TLE Seminar

6.2 Vocation and Career


Guidance

6.3 Pre-employment
Seminar-Workshop

STRATEGIES

TIME FRAME

PERSON
INVOLVED

5.3 Secure copies of modules by


subject /year level

July
to
September

Guidance Counselor,
supply officer, principal,
advisers,
subject teachers

5.4.1 Request for the approval


of Principal to the Regional
Director
5.4.2 Implement after the
approval

* Formulates Program Design


* Seek approval from the
principal
* Conduct Seminar
* Study and allocate budget
* Formulate Program Design
* Seek approval from the
principal
* Invite speakers from the
different walks of life
* Conduct Vocation and career
guidance
* Evaluate the program
* Formulate Program Design
* Coordinate the BPOSA
Coordinator
* Seek approval of the principal
* Invite Speakers
* Conduct the seminar
* Evaluate the seminar

BUDGET

SOURCE OF
FUND

10,000.00

MOOE

August
to
March

4th Year Guidance


Counselor, Principal
Regional Director,
Advisers and Subject
Teachers

October 2011

Guidance Counselor,
SPA Teachers, SPS
Teachers, CPTLE
Teachers, MAPEH
Coordinator, TLE
Coordinator, GPTA
President and Principal

15,000.00

GPTA Guidance
Fund

Fourth Year students,


Advisers, Year Level
Heads, Guidance
Counselors, Resource
Persons and Principal

3,000.00

GPTA Guidance
Fund

8,000.00

Registration,
Donation and
GPTA Guidance
Fund

August 2011
to
March 2012

April 2012

Guidance Counselor,
BPOSA Coordinator,
ALS Instructional
Managers, Principal,
Tagum City PESO
Speaker and BPOSA
Passers and Students

SERVICES

OBJECTIVES

7.1 Evaluate the different


school activities and
guidance services

ACTIVITIES /
PROGRAMS

7.1 Evaluation of the


different activities

7. Research
and Evaluation
7.2 Conducted at least 1
research from the
result of the evaluation
7.3. Submitted a project
proposal for further
improvement of the
Guidance Program

7.2 Conduct the study

7.3 Revision of the


Guidance Program

STRATEGIES
* Prepare the agenda for the
different areas to be
evaluated
* Disseminate information for
the evaluation meeting
* Refer different activities with
calendar of activities and
action plan / SIP
* Conduct the evaluation
meeting
7.2.1 Seek permission/approval
from the principal
7.2.2 Conduct the study
7.3.1 Identify activities /
projects to be
revised
7.3.2 Revised the
program if needed
7.3.3 Seek the approval

TIME FRAME

PERSON
INVOLVED

March 2012

Guidance Counselors,
School Community and
Principal

April 2012
To
December 2012

VICENTITO A. JARA
3rd Year Guidance Counselor

SOURCE OF
FUND

Not
Applicable

Not Applicable

Guidance
Counselors, Principal
and Respondents

Prepared by:

MARY GRACE L. BATOON


Guidance Counselor I

BUDGET

Approved by:

NANCY B. GONZALES
4th Year Guidance Counselor

TEODORICO S. CABALLERO, Ed. D


Secondary School Principal IV