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Department of Education

Region III
Division of City Schools
East District

JOSE P. DIZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Pandan, Angeles City

STUDENT –LED WATCHING AND HAZARD MAPPING


Department of Education
Region III
Division of City Schools
East District

JOSE P. DIZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Pandan, Angeles City

I. TITLE OF ACTIVITY: CONDUCT OF STUDENT –LED WATCHING AND


HAZARD MAPPING

II. PARTICIPANTS: SUPREME STUDENT GOVERNMENT


SCHOOL PUPIL’S GOVERNMENT
SDRRMG

III. DATE: FEBRUARY - MARCH 2019

IV. VENUE: AMSIC INTEGRATED SCHOOL

V. NARRATIVE:

A Hazard Map is a map that highlights areas that are affected by or vulnerable to a
particular hazard. They are typically created for natural hazards, such as earthquakes,
flooding and fire related accidents. Hazard maps help prevent serious damage and deaths.
Hazard mapping is a process of creating and making a conjunction with several natural
disasters. Different hazard maps have different uses. For instance, the hazard map created by
the SDRRMG local unit is used by Angeleňos in order to properly adjust insurance for
people living in hazardous areas. It is also created for flooding area in the school. Hazard
maps can also be useful in determining the risks of staying in a certain area. It can help
students become aware of the dangers they might face from natural disasters in a specific
area.

Pursuant to the enclosed DepEd Order No.23,s .2015 entitled Student-led school
Watching and Hazard Mapping, the Department of Education (DepEd), through the
Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Service(SDRRMS),reiterates the implementing
guidelines stipulated in the aforementioned Order in all school at elementary and secondary
levels effective School Year ( 2016-2017). All schools are required to perform the activity
within the first month of the school opening of the current school year.

The Student-led School Watching and Hazard Mapping are initial steps in engaging
learners in disaster preparedness and management. This activity will raise awareness and
equip learners with the information and skills necessary for addressing the impact of hazards.
Through this activity, the DepEd creates an opportunity for learners to understand their role
in disaster risk reduction and management (DRRM)

June 13, 2018 Mr. Ricardo T. Martin , SDRRMG Coordinator organized the School
Watching Team. The said team is composed of 14 members and they are identified leaders
of different organization in our school. The moderator presented the guidelines and
objectives of School Watching and Hazard Mapping. He prepared a timeline on the conduct
of this activity to ensure that this will not disrupt regular school activities and classes of the
members. He also discussed the student-led School Watching Checklist to the members for
guidance in the observation of hazards. He divides the members into four zones for
immediate observation and findings. Before convening the Student Watching Team, the
moderator gave an orientation on the conduct of school watching and hazard mapping.
June 18, 2018 The Student-Led Watching Team were preparing for the activity. They have the
school map according to their zone, the coloring pens, and a letter on the conduct of school
watching and hazard mapping. The SWT discussed the plotted hazard area in the map to enhance
the initially placed markings while doing the hazard mapping. On the same day, the hazard map was
presented to the moderator properly.

August 11, 2016 the moderator and the School Watching Team presented the result of the
hazard map and findings to the School Disaster Risk Reduction Management Group .The
moderator also asked for an action plan to establish a prevention, mitigation and preparedness in
our school.

August 15,2016 The hazard map is reproduced and posted in different areas in our school,
preferably in all side of the buildings

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VI. APPENDICES/ATTENDANCE
VII. PICTURES

ORGANIZATION OF STUDENT –LED WATCHING TEAM


PRESENTATION OF THE GUIDELINES AND OBJECTIVES
OF SCHOOL WATCHING AND HAZARD MAPPING.
MATERIALS USED FOR SCHOOL WATCHING AND HAZARD
MAPPING
THE SCHOOL WATCHING TEAM DISCCUSSED THE PLOTTED
HAZARD AREA IN THE MAP TO ENHANCE THE INITIALLY
PLACED MARKINGS WHILE DOING THE HAZARD MAPPING.
THE HAZARD MAP WAS PRESENTED TO THE
MODERATOR PROPERLY.
PRESENTATION OF FINDINGS AND RESULT OF HAZARD
MAPPING TO SPT
MR. RICARDO T. MARTIN, SDRRMG ASSISTANT DISCUSSED THE
IMPORTANCE OF HAZARD MAPPING IN THE SCHOOOL. HE ALSO
INTRODUCED THE ORGANIZATION OF STUDENT WATCHING TEAM.

PREPARED AND SUBMITTED:

RICARDO T. MARTIN
TEACHER I
SDRRMG COORDINATOR

NOTED:

ZENAIDA D. QUIAMBAO
Principal I
Department of Education
Region III
Division of City Schools
East District

JOSE P. DIZON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL


Pandan, Angeles City

FEBRUARY 13, 2019

MAAM/SIR,

Good Morning!
Please allow the School Watching Team (SWT) to conduct a hazard
mapping in your classroom.
Let them check the classroom and give information needed to accomplish their
work.
This will strengthen the disaster prevention, mitigation and preparedness in our
school
Thank You for your cooperation.

PREPARED:

RICARDO T. MARTIN
Teacher I
SDRRMG COORDINATOR
THE HAZARD MAP IS POSTED IN DIFFERENT AREAS IN OUR
SCHOOL, PREFERABLY IN ALL SIDE OF THE BUILDINGS.