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OFFICE OF THE YOUTH FOR ENVIRONMENT IN SCHOOL ORGANIZATION (YES-O)

ACTIVITY PROPOSAL ON WASTE MANAGEMENT

I. PROJECT SUMMARY
Title : “BASURA KO, IMAMANAGE KO: Waste Collection Initiative”
Venue : MALAGUIP INTEGRATED SCHOOL
Start Date : July 2017

II. RATIONALE
Environmental education has been a key concern of every school. This is anchored
on call of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs; formerly Millennium Development Goals)
which uphold that long-term and continuous progress may only be ensured if our generation
will be able to fulfill our needs without compromising the resources of the future.

In response to this call to action, various institutions advocated the 3Rs – reduce,
reuse and recycle. These simple but high impact actions have proved their contributions in
altering the effects of human activities on the planet’s surface by significantly decreasing
improperly disposed wastes and increasing the useful period of non-biodegradable products.

Moreover, recycling or even the simple collection of recyclable and salable wastes
has been an avenue for emerging organizations to generate funds for environmental programs
while providing concrete experiences on proper waste management to their members.

Hence, an initiative waste collection mechanism is hereby proposed at Malaguip


Integrated School. This program will encourage student and sections to collect their own
wastes and submit it to the Materials Recovery Facility.

III. OBJECTIVES
This program intends to address the call of the Sustainable Development Goals to educate the
youth about proper waste management. Specifically, this intends to fulfill the following:
a. minimize improperly disposed recyclable/salable wastes in the campus;
b. maximize the participation of every student in proper waste management;
c. provide incentives to students/sections exhibiting upmost cooperation in waste
management in the campus;
d. instill among students the value of recycling and proper waste disposal, thus, making
the school an Eco-Friendly Campus.

IV. IMPLEMENTERS AND PARTICIPANTS


The Science (YES−O) Club with the coordination of the Supreme Student
Government (SSG) shall be the lead implementing team for this program. The Science
Department shall serve as an oversight committee ensuring that the program is executed
properly.
In cooperation with the Supreme Student Government (SSG), this program shall be
enforced in the whole Campus and every student shall have the chance to participate and
comply with the mechanics.

V. PROCEDURES
Activity Description Time Frame
I. PLANNING Year 2017
 Drafting of Project Plan & The implementation plan and guidelines for this July 2017
Guidelines program shall be drafted by the Science (YES−O) (or immediately
Club Officers with the coordination of the after elections)
Supreme Student Government (SSG) officers
including other Interest Club Supreme Student
Government (SSG) with the guidance of their
adviser/s.

 Deliberations on the The plan and guidelines shall be presented to


Project Plan and the Supreme Student Government and other
Guidelines concerned students /key leaders for comments,
suggestions and reactions

 Integration of The plan and guidelines shall be properly


Amendments amended by the Advisers of different
organizations in order to integrate the results of
previous deliberation.

 Approval of Project Plan The project plan and guidelines shall be


and Guidelines presented to the School Principal for approval.

 Dissemination of Program The details of the program shall be properly


details discussed among the students in their classes by
their Science teacher; Implementers shall post
guidelines in classrooms

II. IMPLEMENTATION July 2017


 Establishment of SMC SMC shall prepare a Material Recovery Facility
MRF where collected recyclable/salable wastes shall
be deposited upon collection

 Trial Month The program shall be implemented in the school


for two cycles (constituting a month of
operations). This shall comprise of waste
collection, submission to MRF- in-charge and
SSG Officers and Advisers. At the end of the
month, the implementing guidelines shall be
revised to be affirmed by SMC and SSG.

 Full Implementation The finalized guidelines shall be enforced and


the program shall be in full implementation with
the coordination of the Local Government Unit
for the collection of collected wastes.
III. EVALUATION July 2017
 Preparation of
Accomplishment Report

 Preparation of Financial
Reports

 Reviewing the
Implementation Rules and
Guidelines

DRAFT IMPLEMENTATION GUIDELINES


with the cooperation of the Waste Management Team & Officers of the Supreme Student Government

1. There shall be a waste management initiative to be known as “Basura Ko,


Imamanage Ko” program to be implemented by the Youth for Environment in School
Organization YES-O in coordination with the Supreme Student Government and
Waste Management Team of Malaguip Integrated School.

2. The program shall be implemented a year round.

3. Student will collect wastes which it would consider as a ticket to go home every
5:00 pm.

4. Collected wastes from every student shall be submitted to the assigned officers of
the day (3) wearing a shirt of “Waste Management Team” and to be guided by the
School Guard and a teacher-in-charge and shall report every 4:30-5pm.

5. Assigned officers-of-the day shall monitor every classroom before leaving the
Campus.

6. Finally, the managed wastes shall be collected by the Garbage Truck Collectors of
the Municipality.

Prepared by: Attested by:

JANE MARGARETTE G. CACAYORIN SHENA MAE C. ROBLES


Secretary, Youth for Environment in School Organization President, Youth for Environment in School Organization

Noted:

MYLINE E. PASION
Adviser, Youth for Environment in School Organization

Approved:

DENEY U. RUIZ
Head Teacher I, Officer-in-charge
Activity Code: “BASURA KO, IMAMANAGE KO: Waste Collection Initiative”

SCHEDULEFORTHE MONTHOF JULY


Days of the Week Teacher-in-charge Officers-of-the-day Student Volunteers
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ATTENDANCE SHEET
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Checked by: Noted:

MYLINE E. PASION DENEY U. RUIZ


Adviser, YES-O Head Teacher I, Officer-in-charge
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ATTENDANCE SHEET
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Checked by: Noted:

GRACE C. RUIZ LANIROSE M. DEMANDANTE


MRF - in-charge School Principal I
03 July 2017

Hon. CARLITO ABADILLA


Municipal Mayor
Banna, Ilocos Norte

Sir,

Greetings!