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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

SY 2016 to SY 2019

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Table of Contents

I.

Executive Summary ................................................................................................. 1

II.

Introduction
Brief History .................................................................................................... 2
Rationale .................................................................................................................. 3
Vision Mission and Core Values .............................................................................. 4
School Situation ............................................................................................... 5

III.

Planning Worksheet........8
Access and Quality........8
Governance..9

IV.

Monitoring and Evaluation...11

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School Governing Council

School Planning Team

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I.

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The planning team has identified the perenial problem affecting the
academic performance of our students as reflected on the previous NAT
results. In order to increase the mentioned achievement, the team has to
devise measures or tools to address this concern. The positive outcome of
this endeavor is expected not only the sole effort from the student
and teachers, but with the cooperative participation of the parents.
Likewise, there is a needed to improve the quality of instructions among
our teachers to be more effective and efficient in their craft. Therefore, it is
imperative that teacher should enhance their competencies through
attending training and seminars. Furthermore, it is advised that the mentors
will continue to hone their skills by taking up further studies in the Masters
and Doctorate degree.
The physical aspect of improvement of the school is also an urgent need
to maintain its functionality. Identified facilities such as laboratory, canteen,
library, clinic etc.. will be coninously monitored and repaired as need arises.
The stability of these facilities will depend on the proper utilization of the
allocated budget of the different projects and programs needed to be
implemented.
The planning team, stakeholders and all persons involved are committed
to render their time and capabilities to create the ESIP. This is to make it
more comprehensive and attainable in line with the DepEds vision and
mission in general.

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II.

INTRODUCTION
Brief history of the school

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Rationale
This Enhanced Improvement Plan strenthening the implementations of RA 9155 that promotes
the school performance through different learning strategies that is logically studied and would
be implemented in school as a unit of change and development planning that improves
involvement of the stakeholders and monitored internal management of the school.

It recognize the need of the institutionalizing accountability mechanism in field level,


that focus on critical needs for strengthening the roles and functions of school level managers.

It is also an Improving Quality as a Core Concern; QUALITY FOCUSED. A Three-Year


Institutional Plan that would be implemented, monitored and evaluated yearly to met all the
targets of the program that brings three aspects/outcomes BETTER SCHOOL, BETTER
TEACHING AND BETTER LEARNING.

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Vision
We dream of Filipinos
who passionately love their country
and whose values and competencies
enable them to realize their full potential
and contribute meaningfully to building the nation.
As a learner-centered public institution,
the Department of Education
continuously improves itself
to better serve its stakeholders.

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.
Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.
Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and
supportive environment for effective learning to happen.
Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share
responsibility for developing life-long learners.

Core Values
Maka-Diyos
Maka-tao
Makakalikasan
Makabansa

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School Situation
The relative distance of the school is 8 kilometers from the poblacion and from
the district office. The distance of the school from the division office is 21.6 kilometers.
The means of transportation are tricycle and passenger jeepneys.
No historical record of incidence of crimes and other human-induced and natural
hazards in the last 3 years.
School Profile
The enrollment of Silangan National High School for the past 3 years since SY
2012-2013 has significantly increase. During the SY 2012-2013, there are 2,067 total
number of students. 1,035 are male and 1,032 are female. In SY 2013-2014, it has a
total of 2,086 number of students. 1,067 are male and 1,019 are female. For the current
SY 2015-2016, the school got a total of 2,241 number of students. 1,140 are male and
1,101 are female.
Health and Nutritional Status
Silangan National High Schools students health and nutritional status poses a
problem to the educational status of the school. During the initial impelementation of
the feeding program for the current SY 2015-2016, the school found out that there are
88 total number of malnourished children for the current SY 2015-2016, 33 out of 2,128
were considered wasted and 55 out of 2,128 were labeled as severely wasted. This
problem was intervened with a feeding program that was successfully done during the
mentioned school year.
Learners Materials
One important factor that helps in the students academic development is the
presence of the learning materials. Based on the records of the school, there is a
shortage of learning materials in English, Science, Music and ESP.
The library has a total of 3,471 books, 1 table and 10 chairs. There is a need for
improvement on this area since it will become a learning resource development center
for the school.

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Teachers Professional Development


The school has a total of 78 number of nationally-funded teachers for SY 2016.
There are 25 male and 53 female. Some are undergoing graduate studies to further
enhance their classroom instruction as well as their leadership capabilities.
Funding sources
The following are the fund sources of the school:

General Appropriations Act (School MOOE)

General Approriations Act (Subsidy for Special Programs)

Local Government Unit funds

Canteen funds

School Awards and Recognitions


Silangan National High School received varied awards from district, division and
regional level.
Performance Indicator
Access
Drop outs in school were caused by several factors. Sickness got the hightest
impact on the drop out rate of the learners, followed by the change of residence, poor
health condition of the child, family problems, lack of interest and financial problems.
Projects and interventions were implemented for children at risk of dropping out. Some
of the school mechanism in addressing the said issues are home visitation and modular
approaches.
Quality
During the SY 2014-2015 a total of 2,039 number of promoted students from
Grade 7 to Grade 10. 993 are male and 1049 are female. The school recorded a 91
percent of learners who completed for the school year 2014-2015 from Grade 7 to
Grade 10. 88.38 percent number of learner in Grade 7, 90.29 percent in Grade 8, 90.50
percent number of learner in Grade 9 were promoted and 96.25 percent of Grade 10
learners were also promoted.
In addition, The result of National Achievement Test (NAT) for the current SY
2014-2015 significantly reduced. There is a need to address students problem and may
be given more consideration and motivation by improving their academic performance.
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Literacy
Under the literacy level, the result of the the Pre-test in the Phil-Iri on English
and Filipino for the SY 2015-2016 shows that more than 50% of the respondents fall
under frustration level. However, the English and Filipino Department intensified their
existing program helping students developed their comprehension skills reducing the
number of respondents to fall under the frustration level.
Governance
The School-Based Management Assessment Level falls under Developing.
Furthermore, the school got a rating of 26 from the Child Friendly School survey
resulting of being a Child-Friendly School.
Stakeholders support to education has been observed. For Brigada Eskwela
conductedlast summer, the school received incash and inkind donations.
Status of School Project
The implemented projects of the school and its status:
CI Project DEAR achieved its target reducing the number of identified frustration
readers by 10%, therefore improving the students literacy level.
CI Project CURE reduced the number of non-mastery of basic skills in Mathermatics
with 18%.

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III.

PLANNING WORKSHEET

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SCHOOL YEAR 2016-2017


SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT
PROJECT

PROJECT
OBJECTIVE

OUTPUT
FOR THE
YEAR

ACTIVITIES

PERSON
RESPONSIBLE

SCHEDULE/
VENUE

BUDGET
PER
ACTIVITY

BUDGET
SOURCE

PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


PROJECT
SPIDO
(School
Prevention and
Intervention of
Drop-outs)

PROJECT PASOK
Prevention of
Absenteeism of
Students to
Overcome
Onwards K-12
Challenge

PROJECT CURE
(Compute with
Understanding
Resulting to
Excellence)

To decrease
the number of
drop-out rate
by 2.3% of
students
at
the end of the
school year.

To reduce the
number
of
chronic
absentees at
most 156 or
7% by the
end of SY
2016-2017
Reduce the
number of
identified non
- mastery of
basic skills
students by
10% at the
end of the
school year

Anecdotal
record

Home
visitation

Checklist
Attendance
Form

Anecdotal
record
Checklist
Attendance
Form

Anecdotal
record
Checklist
Attendance
Form

Parentteacher
conference

School Head/
CI Team/
Member

School
Fund/MOOE
School

5, 000.00

Home
visitation
School head
Counseling
with students

school

4, 000.00

School
Fund/MOOE

Conduct
remedial
classes
Develop
programs for
students with
difficulty on
numbers

School head
CI Team /
Member

School
Fund/MOOE
school

10,000.00

school

10,000.00

School
Fund/MOOE

school

10,000.00

School
Fund/MOOE

Reading
remediation

PROJECT DEAR
Develop Excellence
Accelerate Reading

Reduce the
number of
identified
frustration
readers by
10% at the
end of SY
2016 - 2017

Anecdotal
record
Checklist
Attendance
Form
Phil-IRI

PROJECT E=mc
(Excellence Equals
to Mastery and
Comprehension
Check)

Reduce the
number of
identified
students who
were found to
be in the nonmastery level
by at least
10%

Anti-Drugs
Awareness
Program (ADAP)

Reduce the
number of
drug incident.

Anecdotal
record

Peer reading
tutorial
Conduct prereading and
post-reading
assesment
Develop
instructional
materials for
slow readers
Remediation
Review

Checklist
Attendance
Form

Anecdotal
Record

School head
CI Team /
Member

Peer
Teaching
Review

Symposium
on drug
awareness

School head
CI Team /
Member

School head
CI Team /

school

8,000.00

School
Fund/MOOE
Donation

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Member

Checklist

PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE


PROJECT AIDE
SP Aiming
Improvement and
Development by
Empowering
Stakeholders
Participation

INSET
TRAINING /
SEMINARS

PROJECT UFO
(Upgrade
Facilities and
Opportunities)

Increase
stakeholders
engagement
in Brigada
Eskwela and
ASP in terms
of attendance
and
donations
Improve the
delivery of
basic
education to
clientele by
strengthening
and
enhancing
teachers
core skills
and teaching
competence
To maintain
and upgrade
number of
functional CR
and hand
wash by the
end of the
school year
2016-2017

HIGH-TECH
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROJECT

To enhance
the
instructional
instruction by
using
computers/TV
by
classrooms.

PROJECT LRDC
(Learning
Resource
Development
Center)

To improve
the facilities
of LRDC

School Head
Increase
stakeholders
engagement

INSETs
Development
Plan

Repair of
Wash
Facility

Classroom
TV
Projector
Classroom
Multimedia
Different
facilities
needed in
the LRDC

Stakeholders
Invitation
Stakeholders
Meeting

Improved
pedagogy
and
instruction
Accomplished
and achieved
development
plan in the
RPMS

Improved
WASH facility

Adopt-A-School
Coordinator

School
community

Teachers
Stakeholders

10,000.00

50,000.00

School Head
school

Teachers

school

10,000

200,000.00
School Head
Teachers

Procurement
of LRDC
facilities

School Head
Physical
Facilities
Coordinator

School Fund
MOOE
Donation

Donations
MOOE
School Fund
SEF

School Head
Physical
Facilities
Coordinator
Class Adviser

Procurement
of IT
equipment.

School
Fund/
Donation/
MOOE

School
(Classrooms)

school

200,000.00

Donations
MOOE
School Fund
SEF

Donations
MOOE
School Fund
SEF

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLANNING


(PLANNING WORKSHEET)
PRIORITY IMPROVEMENT
AREAS

GENERAL OBJECTVES

ROOT CAUSE

TIME FRAME

PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


PROJECT SPIDO
(School Prevention and
Intervention of Drop-outs)

To decrease the number of


Drop-out rate by 1.24% of
students at the end of the
school year.

PROJECT PASOK
Prevention of Absenteeism of
Students to Overcome

To reduce the number of


chronic absentees at most
156 or 7% by the end of SY
2016-2017

2016

2017

2018

2016

2017

2018

Poverty, Lack of interest,


sickness and early marriage

Lack of learning interest due to


several factors

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Onwards K-12 Challenge


PROJECT CURE (Compute
with Understanding Resulting
to Excellence)
PROJECT DEAR Develop
Excellence Accelerate
Reading

PROJECT E=mc
(Excellence Equals to
Mastery and Comprehension
Check)
Anti-Drugs Awareness
Program (ADAP)

Reduce the number of


identified non - mastery of
basic skills students by 10%
at the end of the school year
Reduce the number of
identified frustration readers
by 10% at the end of SY
2016 - 2017
Reduce the number of
identified students who were
found to be in the nonmastery level by at least 10%

Reduce the number of drug


incident.

Limited time alloted for


solving, laziness, have difficulty
in transfering knowledge

2016

2017

2018

Limited time alloted for


reading session, lack of
practice in reading, no
available learning module.

2016

2017

2018

2016

2017

2018

2016

2017

2018

2016

2017

2018

Limited time for study session

Students lack of awareness

PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE


PROJECT AIDE SP Aiming
Improvement and
Development by Empowering
Stakeholders Participation

PROJECT UFO (Upgrade


Facilities and Opportunities)

Increase stakeholders
engagement in Brigada
Eskwela and ASP in terms of
attendance and donations

Limited number of participants


from public and private sectors
during the Brigada Eskwela and
ASP

To maintain and upgrade


number of functional CR and
hand wash by the end of the
school year 2016-2017

students misuse of comfort


rooms

2016

2017

2018

Lack of ICT materials in


teaching and learning

2016

2017

2018

HIGH-TECH
INSTRUCTIONAL PROJECT

To enhance the instructional


instruction by using
computers/TV by
classrooms.

INSET
TRAINING / SEMINARS

Improve the delivery of basic


education to clientele by
strengthening and enhancing
teachers core skills and
teaching competence

Project LRDC (Learning


Resource Development
Center)

To improve the facilities of


the LRDC

Lack of professional
development

Lack of facilities in LRDC

2016

2017

2018

2016

2017

2018

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IV.

MONITORING AND EVALUATION


The SPT will monitor the the progress at the middle and end of the

implementation period. Using the Project Monitoring Report Form, the SPT will be able
to monitor the status of the project.
Project Monitoring Report Form
Signature
of SPT
Name of Project

Project Objectives

Date of

Accomplishments/Status

and Targets

Monitoring

to date

Issues/Problems/Challenges

Recomendations/Action

and

Points

Project
team
Leaders

PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


PROJECT SPIDO
(School
Prevention and
Intervention of
Drop-outs)

To decrease
the number of
drop-out rate
by 2.3% of

June 2016

students at the
end of the
school year
To reduce the
PROJECT PASOK
Prevention of
Absenteeism of
Students to
Overcome

number of
chronic
absentees at
most 156 or

June 2016

7% by the end
of SY 20162017
Reduce the
number of

PROJECT CURE

identified non

(Compute with

- mastery of

Understanding

basic skills

Resulting to

students by

Excellence)

10% at the end

June 2016

of the school
year
PROJECT DEAR
Develop
Excellence
Accelerate
Reading

PROJECT E=mc
(Excellence
Equals to
Mastery and
Comprehension
Check)

Reduce the
number of
identified
frustration
readers by
10% at the end
of SY 2016 2017
Reduce the
number of
identified
students who
were found to
be in the nonmastery level

June 2016

June 2016

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by at least
10%
Anti-Drugs
Awareness
Program (ADAP)

Reduce the
number of
drug incident.

June 2016

PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE


PROJECT AIDE
SP Aiming
Improvement
and
Development by
Empowering
Stakeholders
Participation

PROJECT UFO
(Upgrade
Facilities and
Opportunities)

Increase
stakeholders
engagement in
Brigada
Eskwela and
ASP in terms of
attendance
and donations

To maintain
and upgrade
number of
functional CR
and hand wash
by the end of
the school year
2016-2017

HIGH-TECH
INSTRUCTIONAL
PROJECT

To enhance the
instructional
instruction by
using
computers/TV
by classrooms.

INSET

Improve the
delivery of
basic
education to
clientele by
strengthening
and enhancing
teachers core
skills and
teaching
competence

TRAINING /
SEMINARS

Project LRDC
(Learning
Resource
Development
Center)

To improve
the facilities of
the LRDC

June 2016

June 2016

June 2016

June 2016

June 2016

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