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Name of Head/Focal Person of SchoolDRRM Team: Jason

BRIAN
C. Jullado
B. OBOS Designation: School DRRM COORDINATOR _______________________
School ID: _123919 Name of School: LOKILOKON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL _______________________________ Municipality/City: PARANAS _________________________________
Name of Division DRRM Coordinator: BART
BART JAYFERZON
JAYFERZON C. PACOMA ________________________________Division: ______SAMAR_________________________
C. PACOMA
Date the Division DRRM Coordinator Oriented the SDRRM Team:_________________________________

COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL

ENABLING ENVIRONMENT
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Priorities

YES NO
Priority for Action Legal Frameworks & Adopted/Adapted/localized existing policies relating to
1
2 Policies DRRM in education/school safety. /
2 Designated School DRRM Focal Person /
Organizational
Priority for Action arrangements, leadership, Formed School DRRM Team, consisting of personnel from
2 and coordination for risk 3 different offices; with defined membership and roles and
reduction and resilience. responsibilities/functions.
/

Has a comprehensive School DRRM Plan, which includes


4 CCA and EiE measures, covering risk assessment, risk
reduction, and rehabilitation and recovery.
/
Priority for Action 5 Students participated in the oplanning process.
1 /
6 Integrated DRRM into the School Improvement Plan (SIP)
/
100% completion of DRR related questions in the
7 EMIS/EBEIS. /
8 Regular DRRM Activities are supported by school budget. /

Funding sources for interventions in the aftermath of a


9
Priority for Action Funding for risk reduction disaster or emergency exist and can easily be tapped.
and resilience of /
3 education secftor.
Funding for risk reduction
Priority for Action and resilience of
3 education secftor.
School has partnerships that could be tapped to support
10 its DRRM programs and activities, including those after a
disaster.
/

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Priorities

11 Conducted student-led school watching and hazard


mapping (DO 23, s. 2015) /

12 Incorporated results of student-led school watching and


hazard mapping in the school DRRM Plan and SIP. /
Linked student-led school watching and hazard mapping
13 with the community hazard maps of LGUIs provided by
Priority for Action Child-centered Risk DOST.
1 Assessment /
School Planning Team have linked the community hazard
14 maps with education data to better understand the
school's risk. /
School submitted Rapid Assessment of Damage Report
15 (RADAR) to the DRRMS CentralOffice, within 72 hours after
the onslaught of a hazard in the area. /
Data collection and consolidation of programs and
Priority for Action Monitoring and Evaluation 16 activities on DRM, covering the 3 pillars, to monitor results
3 and impact exist. /
Conducted student-led school watching and hazard
11 mapping (DO 23, s. 2015)
/

Incorporated results of student-led school watching and


12 hazard mapping in the school DRRM Plan and SIP.
/
Linked student-led school watching and hazard mapping
Priority for Action Child-centered Risk 13 with the community hazard maps of LGUIs provided by
1 Assessment DOST. /
School Planning Team have linked the community hazard
14 maps with education data to better understand the
school's risk. /
1 Assessment

School submitted Rapid Assessment of Damage Report


15 (RADAR) to the DRRMS CentralOffice, within 72 hours after
the onslaught of a hazard in the area. /
Data collection and consolidation of programs and
Priority for Action Monitoring and Evaluation 16 activities on DRRM, covering the 3 pillars, to monitor
3 results and impact exist.
/

COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL


PILLAR 1: SAFE LEARNING FACILITY

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Priorities

Existing schools are being safer, systematically


Assessment and NO
prioritization for 1 # of school buildings that has been inventoried. 2
Priority for retrofitting and
placement of unsafe 2 # of school buildings with risk assessment 1
Action 1
schools. 3 0
YES NO
4 Systems for monitoring and qualify assurance of school
building construction exist. /
Resources and Plan to
Priority for Financial resources are allocated for completion of needed
address unsafe school 5 action to address unsafe school buildings within specified
Action 3 buildings. period. /
# of unsafe school buildings with appropriate action
6 undertaken by the School Head (e.g. upgraded, retrofitted,
non-usage, etc.) /
7 Conducted regular school inspection and maintenace of
facilities conducted (state how often) /
8 Undertaken regular repair of minor classroom (including
facilities) damaged /
Maintenance to
Priority for increase safety and 9 Roles and responsibilities for maintenance are defined
Action 3 protection of documented and assigned. /
investments in schools.
Maintenance to
Priority for increase safety and
Action 3 protection of
investments in schools. 10 School heads have alloted budget for routine maintenance
of school facilities for safety and to protect investments,
with transparent monitoring oversight at the school level.
/
Planning for limited use
of schools as evacuation 11 School heads have identified those schools that are to be used as /
temporary evacuation cednters for distaters.
centers, during the
school year.
Priority for School Heads are clear with the roles and functions of the school
in camp management vis-à-vis the LGU and DSWD asper Joint
Action 4 Memorandum Circular No. 1, s. 2013 "Guidelines on Evacuation
12 Centers Coordination and Management" and RA 10821
"Children's Emergency Relief and Protection Act" and its
coreresponding IRR.
/

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Priorities

Every new school built is safe


13 Guidance and regulations on the following are
allowed:
Guidance and
Priority for regulations for safe safe school site selection /
Action 2 school construction. resilient design; and /
resilient construction /
14 New school construction is monitored for compliance
Monitoring on safe with: /
school site selection, safe school site selection /
Priority Action 2 design and safe school design /
construction.
safe school construction /
COMPREHENSIVE SCHOOL SAFETY MONITORING TOOL
PILLAR 2: DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT

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Priorities

1 School has a Contingency Plan, i.e. Preparedness Plan


turned into response actions when a disater strikes (This
could be a separate section/chapter in the DRRM Plan) /
2 School has available, accessible, and adequate first aid kit
in every instructional classroom. /
School has atleast 2 necessary and functioning equipment,
3 in case of a disaster. (e.g. fire extinguisher, handheld/base
radio, generator, etc.) /
Existence of National
and Sub-National plans 4
for preparedness and School haS pre-identified spaces for putting up Temporary
Priority for Learning Spaces/Shelters in the aftermath of a disaster. /
response, educational
Action 4 continuity, and 5 School has ready resumption strategies and alternative
protection of education delivery modes to ensure education continuity. /
sector investments School has ensured that students completed the Family
6
Earthquake Preparedness Plan /
7 School has established a school personnel tracking
system/protocol in the event of a disaster. /
8 School has trained personnel to administer first aid to
students and personnel. /
9 School has psychosocial ingterventions for personnel and
students. /
10 School has trained teachers and other personnel who
could provide psychosocial support to students.
Annual review of school 11 School DRRM Plan and SIP with DRRM integration are
disaster risk reduction and reviewed annually. /
Priority for management measures
(e.g. as part of school- 12 Conducted Brigada Eskwela to ensure school safety and
Action 4 based management preparedness measures are in place as per DO /
and/or school
improvement) 13 Students, teachers, parents and other stakeholders participated in
Brigada Eskwela. /

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Priorities

School has established functional warning system to inform


14 students and personnel of hazards and emergencies
(protocol, warning signs, devices, IEC, considering national /
and LGU warning systems and protocols.
Conduct of regular
simulation drill, at all School conducted regular hazard-specific drills (at least 3
Priority for levels, to practice 15 hazards) with participation of stakeholders (BFP, Medic, /
response preparedness LGUs, NGOs, community, PTA, alumni, and others)
Action 4 and to review response
plans (i.e. Contingency 16 # of students who participated in the drills 174
Plan)
17 School has an evacuation plan and procedures /
Schools has a student-family reunification plan that is
18 clearly disseminated to students, teachers and /
parents.

19 School Head has received DRRM training from /


division or region or partners

Needs assessment,
strategy, and
Priority for implementation plan to
Action 3 develop staff and student
capacity for participation
Needs assessment,
strategy, and 20 School DRRM Team has received DRRM training from /
Priority for implementation plan to division or region or partners (indicated how many)
Action 3 develop staff and student
capacity for participation
21 School has conducted awareness and capacity
in school based DRRM /
building for families and learners

22 School participated in the different DRRM/CCA/EiE /


activities of the LGU

Name and Signature of School Head: _____ANACITA C. CABAEL

Date Signed and Approved: _____ AUGUST 9,2018


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