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A.

Introduction:

In this school year end report from June to December 2015, you
will find information regarding our school accomplishments and other
data intended to give a clear account of our school.
Through the unified efforts of our stakeholders, parents, pupils and
teachers, positive changes have taken place. Values and best practices of
the past years were upheld and new strategies were added making the
past month successful.
Likewise , this also covers the highlights and accomplishments of
the different grade level which is in line with the DepEd 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
B. Executive Summary:
Malalinta Elementary School has its own story to tell. Located in
the western part of San Manuel in the boundary of Ifugao, it has eight
teaching staff and a lady principal. The school principal performs her
functions as mandated by Republic Act 9155 otherwise known as the
The Governance of Basic Act of 2001. Her leadership and governance

provides the vision and direction to the educational system making it


relevant and responsive to the context of diverse communities. Internal
and external stakeholders played a major role in the accomplishment of
programs and projects. There is a constant dialogue and consensus among
stakeholders. As a consequence of such meeting, a good decision always
comes up for the welfare of the pupils.
Similarly, the school formulated goals for the improvement of
the learnings of the pupils. The strategic goal of the school for this year
aims to increase the proficiency level of the pupils in National
Achievement Test and to increase comprehension by improving reading
strategy skills as measured by teacher made test assessment. Further,
barriers, bottleneck and opportunities to access efficiency and quality
education encountered to the increase or decrease in the three major Key
Performance Indicators are also identified. In access, the focus will be on
enrollment in the school is expected to provide a situationer on the
enrollment. In efficiency the data on the drop-out rate is considered to
ensure learners who are in school should stay in school. In quality, the
school provides a simple comparative analysis of the results of the
National Achievement Test for three years. Reports on generation of
resources of the school included major initiatives launched from period

covered. The school continuously conducts its affair through the use of its
resources which depends mostly on GPTA funds, solicitations, farm
rentals and MOOE. This year, income generating activities like fund
raising during the Nutrition Month Celebration, GSP/BSP Camp-Oral and
farm rentals were conducted to procure additional facilities in the
school.
School is under the exercise of the school head as mandated by
Republic Act 9155. The day to day activities is managed by the same. As
part of her governance she has evaluated teachers from June-December
2015 in the different aspects of development. The school updated its
School Child Protection Policy and Anti-Bullying Act policy created
under the legal framework of DepEd Order # 40, s. 2012 for the
safeguard of Childrens Welfare in the school. . The School Code of
conduct is likewise updated continuously to instill high standards of
behavior among pupils in all areas of school life. The school is a recipient
of the school-based feeding program conducted by the division office
which runs for ten months for severely wasted pupils and in participation
of non-government agency. It is also a recipient of the BUB Gulayan sa
Paaralan Program and BUB SBM Grant.
The school won 2nd place in the Brigada Eskwela launched by

the district in May, 2015. It also landed 1st place in the district search for
the BEST IMPLEMENTER of Gulayan sa Paaralan; 2nd place in the Area
Search; and 1st runner-up in the Division Search. The harvest from the
garden serves as supplementary feeding for the severely wasted while a
portion is used by every grade in buying the classroom needs like
drinking water.
In allocation of budget, priority needs of school head the list
viz: electricity, water, teaching materials, and school repair among others.
In the end, the teachers enumerated their accomplishments in
terms of new programs, strategies, or initiatives they have been using.
They also outlined their priorities for the school year 2016
considering the five aspects of the development namely curriculum,
pupil, staff, physical, and socio-cultural and economic development.

C. Strategic Goal :

: To increase the proficiency level of the pupils in


The National Achievement Test by 10% from
58.12 to 63.93.
: To increase comprehension of the pupils by
improving reading strategy skills as measured by
teacher made test assessment.

D. KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATOR


School Year 2011-2015
Figure 1: The Enrolment for 5 Years from SY 2011-2015

Enrolment for Five Years


300
250
200
Enrolment

150
100
50
0

The table shows the enrolment from 2011-2015 in which the


highest enrolment is in the SY 2011-2012 followed by school year 2013
and2014 and the least is SY 2015. The reasons are the migration of
pupils during and after enrolment, transfer of residence and change of
work place of the parents.
Figure 2: Drop-out rate for 3 Years from SY 2012-2015

Drop out Rate


100%
80%
60%
Drop out Rate

40%
20%
0%

0%

0%

0%

0%

Figure 2 reveals a 0 drop-out rate from school years 2012-2015.


The contributing ractors are: the school has an internet connection which
makes learning for them enjoyable, the presence of feeding program and
gulayan sa paaralan as a project-based learning.
Table 1: Proficiency Level in the Five Learning Areas of the National
Achievement Test
SUBJECTS
2011-2012
2012-2013
2013-2014
2014-2015
Filipino
65.43
61.30
68.00
52.63
Mathematics
58.60
63.00
74.50
64.73
English
57.23
52.80
52.00
64.48
Science &
64.73
54.90
54.60
Health
50.98
Hekasi
60.00
52.00
66.30
57.78
MPS
61.20
56.80
63.08
52.63
As gleaned from the table, the proficiency level in Filipino is,
65.43, 61.30 & 68.00; Mathematics, 58.60, 63.00 and 74.50; English,
57.23, 52.80 and 52.00; Science, 64.73, 54.90 and 54.60; Hekasi, 60.00,

52.00 and 66.30 for school years 2011-2012, 2012-2013 and 2013-2014
respectively. Math proficiency level has an increasing result from 20112014. Factors that contributed to the increasing result are presence of
ICT in presenting the lesson, presence of internet connection inside the
classroom which is used in teaching, using downloaded
worksheets and positive attitude of the teacher. Inversely, the fluctuating
results in English, Filipino, Science and Hekasi are affected of the
negative attitude of pupils and parents, poor comprehension skills,
negligence of teachers in pupils review, poor study habits, lack of
reading materials to be used by the pupils individually.
Figure 3. The Mean Percentage Scores for 3 years in the NAT Grade VI
from SY 2012-2014

MPS
63.08

MPS
56.8

2012-2013

2013-2014

58.12

2014-2015

Figure 3 reveals the mean spercentage scores in the National


Figure 3 reveals the mean percentage scores in the National
Achievement Test (NAT) of Grade VI from SY 2012-2014. SY 20132014 has the highest MPS of 63.08 followed by SY 2014-2015 with an
MPS of 58.12 and SY 2012-2013 with an MPS of 56.8.
E. Report on:
A. Resources
Regular resource inventory is quarterly reported to stakeholders
through General Parent-Teacher Association meeting. The parents as one
of the internal stakeholders are free to suggest on the procurement of
what they observe are immediate needs of the school. Stakeholders
shared support in the resource management system.
For this school year 2015, different fund raising activities during
Nutrition Month Celebration, GSP/BSP Camp-Oral and Farm Raffle
Ticket Bonanza were launched to procure additional facilities in the
school. Projects acquired by the different grades were hereby enumerated:

DATE

PROJECTS/PROG
RAMS AND
ACCOMPLISHM
ENTS

08-24-15
08-10-15
07-06-15
11-16-15
11-16-15
12-02-15

Wifi
Blackboard Paint
Stand Fan
Clock
Mirror
Printer

Fund Raising
HRPTA
HRPTA
HRPTA
HRPTA
Fund Raising

1,499.00
150.00
1200.00
150.00
200.00
1700.00

ACTUA
L
BUDGE
T
1,499.00
150.00
1200.00
150.00
200.00
1700.00

6-15-15
7-20-15
6-25-15
6-25-15
8-12-15
6-14-15
5-22-15
11-28-15
11-10-15
10-5-15
10-5-15

Hog wire
Blackboard curtain
Doormat
Soft broom
Instructional
materials
Water jug
Paint
Trashcan holder
Printer
Politilien
Tarpaulin

Fund raising
HRPTA
Self-Help
Self-Help
Self-Help
HRPTA
Fund raising
Fund raising
Fund raising
Self-Help
Self-Help

1380.00
200.00
100.00
200.00
1200.00
200.00
1250.00
500.00
1700.00
300.00
250.00

1380.00
200.00
100.00
200.00
1200.00
200.00
1250.00
500.00
1700.00
300.00
250.00

Procured

Self-help
Fund raising/SelfHelp
Fund Raising
Self-Help

500.00
3,600.00

500.00
3,600.00

Procured

1500.00
3500.00

1500.00
3500.00

Fund raising
Fund raising
Fund raising

2000.00
300.00
500.00
1500.00
600.00
2500.00

Procured

Fund raising
Fund raising

2000.00
300.00
500.00
1500.00
600.00
2500.00

HRPTA

11,000.00

11,000.00

Procured

Fund Raising

5500.00

5500.00

Self-Help
Self-Help

2500.00
1000.00

2500.00
1000.00

Fund raising
Fund raising
Fund raising
Self-Help

3500.00
2500.00
500.00
2000.00

3500.00
2500.00
500.00
2000.00

HRPTA
HRPTA
Gulayan
Self-Help
IGP

1300.00
500.00
1200.00
300.00
4700.00

1300.00
500.00
1200.00
300.00
4700.00

12-05-15 Trash can stand


11-16-15 Canon Printer
08-05-15 Wifi
09-24-15 Tool box
12-01-15
12-18-15
12-05-15
08-05-15
09-24-15
09-24-15

2 wall fan
3 trash cans
Trash can holder
Wifi
Tool Box with tools
Concrete compost
pit

08-12-15 Extension of the


Classroom
08-02-15 Epson Printer
08-15-15 Computer chair
09-20-15 Tarpaulin
( instructional
materials)
08-22-15 Printer
09-24-15 Compost Pit
12-05-15 Trash can holder
06-10-15 Classroom paint
6-5-15
6-5-15
8-7-15
6-2-15
6-26-15

Paint
Labor for printer
Labor for the
Gulayan
Trash cans

SOURCES OF
FUNDS

PLANNE
D
BUDGET

REMARK
S

Procured

Procured

Procured

B. Governance and Policy


The school has a shared vision, mission and goals which reflects
the aspiration and thrust of the school and community.
The school head is considered the prime mover of the school. As
such, through her initiative dialogues through meeting are often times
conducted to achieve favorable result. In the conduct of programs and
projects, the members assumed particular roles and responsibilities to
carry out the programs. Stakeholders perform their assign task to
contribute to the attainment of school vision, mission and goals without
encroaching on the roles of the school.
With regards to teachers roles, they are given respective
responsibility to enhance their leadership competencies. As mandated
they are evaluated in the different aspects of development from June to
December 2015.This is a part of the day to day operations of the school
undertaken by the school head.
The accomplishment of teachers are here enumerated in terms of
five aspects of development.
ACCOMPLISHMENTS FROM JUNE-DECEMBER, 2015

A.

Pupil Development :

1. Enhanced the speaking ability to express themselves.

2. Employed remedial measures to overcome pupils weaknesses.


3. Motivated pupils to read their books during noon time.
4. Improved the hand writing of pupils by giving activity sheets.
B. Curriculum Development:
1. Used multi-media in presenting the lesson .
2. Analyzed the results of the different test using the new format
of Item Analysis
3. Improved their mathematical and reading abilities through the
use of DVD.
4. Administered oral reading test both Iloko and Filipino.
5. Integrated the DRRMM in all subject areas
6. Conducted midyear and oral reading test
C. Staff Development:
1. Attended Division, Regional, National and International
seminar.
2. Served as resource speaker during the District INSET
3. Annotated readings from different magazines.
4. Attended Division training and orientation of school-based
feeding program, BUB Gulayan sa Paaralan Program and BUB

SBM Grant.
D. Physical Development:
1. Acquired 4 pocket wifi.
2. Procured 3 printer.
3. Procured 2 wall fan.
4. Acquired 1 stand fan.
5. Acquired 2 tool box with garden tools.
6. Procured 6 trash can holders.
7. Constructed 2 compost pit/heap.
8. Procured 1 computer chair.
9. Constructed an extension of grade IV room.
E. Socio-Cultural Development:
1. Participated in the school district level Buwan ng Wika.
2. Taught one prescribe dance for the grade Kunday-Kunday
3. Taught prescribe songs and poems for the grade.
4. Re-organized School-Based YES-O.
5. Garnered 3rd Runner-up in the District Buwan ng Wika
Competition.
6. Garnered 2nd place in the District Competition of Brigada
Eskwela

7. Garnered 1st runner-up in the Division Competition of Gulayan


sa Paaralan Best School Implementer.
8. Garnered 3 gold and 1 silver medal in Area II Athletic Meet.
9. Garnered 2 gold, 2 silver and 2 bronze medal in Provincial
Athletic Meet
10.Conducted HRPTA meeting and distributed progress report.

F. BUDGET PERFORMANCE
DATE

06-04-15
06-20-15
06-25-15
07-13-15
07-28-15
08-26-15
09-28-15
10-05-15
TOTAL

School Year 2015-2016


PROJECTS/PROGR
AMS AND
SOURCES OF
ACCOMPLISHMEN
FUNDS
TS
Construct of school
Solicited
fence
Paint of School fence
Solicited
Paint of school mini
PTA Fund
fence
1 set of computer
Solicited
2 pcs Stand fan
Fund raising
Beautification of
PTA Fund
garden (labor)
Kitchen Paraphernalia
PTA Fund
Garden Tools
PTA Fund

PLANNED
BUDGET

ACTUAL
BUDGET

REMARKS

24,000.00

24,000.00

Constructed

5,000.00
3,000.00

5,000.00
3,000.00

Procured
Procured

35,000.00
3000.00
11676.00

35,000.00
3000.00
11676.00

Procured
Procured
Procured

5600.00
1300.00
84,076

5600.00
1300.00
84,076

Procured
Procured

G. Priorities for School Year 2016


Listed hereunder are the priorities for School Year 2016 arranged by areas of
development
A. Curriculum Development
1. Conduct Phil IRI pre and post test and institute proper
intervention.

2. Conduct hand writing and numeracy test , multiplication table


mastery test.
3. Collect poems, riddle, games and folktales prevalent in the
locality.
4. Production of printed reading materials (tarpaulin)
B. Pupil Development
1. Increase the achievement level of Grades III and VI class in
NAT.
2. Conduct remedial reading with work plan.
3. Pupils use their free noon time in productive activities.
4. Conduct home visitation to inform parents regarding the
situation of their children in the school.
5. Observance of CHILD PROTECTION POLICY as per DO #
40 s.2012
6. Observance of anti-bullying policy of 2013 and school code of
conduct.
C. Staff Development
1. Attend seminar- workshop for self improvement
2. Finish masteral/ doctoral degree.
3. Enhancement of teaching competencies through observation.
4. Religious observation of DepEd Order # 5 s. 2009 Engaged

Time-On-Task
5. Serve as lecturer during SLAC sessions.
D. Physical Development
1. Construction of damage/canal in the eastern part of the school.
2. Improvement of the school nursery.
3. Improvement of school fence.
4. Construction of Crop-museum.
5. Construction of vermiculture box.
E. Socio Cultural and Economic Development
1. Sustainability of the Gulayan sa Paaralan
2. Revival of the herbal garden.
3. Planting of bananas to support feeding of wasted pupils.
4. Improvement of Malunggay Park.
5. Conduct monthly convocations and celebrations.
6. Organizations of dance troupe.
7. Complete the eating paraphernalia of every grade.
8. Sustainability of Brigada Eskwela.
9. Sustainability of Feeding program.
10. Revival of Purok System.

11.Strict observance in the conduct of monthly celebration.


12. Complete support to the BSP-GSP movement and palaro.