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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Division of Bukidnon
District of Quezon II
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM

1st Quarter Accomplishment Report

I. Introduction:
The Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a free education program implemented by the
Department of Education (DepEd) under the Bureau of Alternative Learning System which
benefits those who cannot afford formal schooling and follows whatever is their available
schedule. The program provides a viable alternative to the existing formal education instruction,
encompassing both the non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.
The foregoing report covers the 1st Quarter. This includes activities undertaken on
Mindanao Youth Development (MYDev). It is a USAID program in the Philippines that
addresses barriers to stability in areas of Mindanao. The program created Out-of-School Youth
Development Alliances. These groups help youth find jobs by becoming allies with local
employers and authorities. MYDev program implementation is focused on three main
components:
 Strengthening life skills, leadership, and civic engagement for vulnerable out-of
school-youth
 through capacity building of local government units, communities, and
stakeholders to improve
 education and training services for out-of-school youth;
 Increasing out-of-school youth access to education through the Department of
Education’s
The output of this project had been implemented in District of Quezon II through the
coordination of the District Instrictional Managers will all the stakeholders involved in this
program.

II. Accomplishment:
The District ALS Coordinator and IM’s as the implementer of the ALS Program in the
district are flexible in dealing with their work since it is not easy to influence the Barangay
Officials.
 Conduct A & E Class and BLP Class. IM’s just went to Barangay hall to inform
Barangay officials in accordance with their chosen schedule that was reflected in their
enrolment forms.
 Conduct advocacy and social mobilization to other Barangays.
 Conducted house to house session on some learners.

A. ORGANIZATION

INSTRUCTIONAL MANAGER CENTER MALE FEMALE TOTAL


IRISH QUIROL CASTRO
LIPA CLC 31 22 53
MARIEL S. SANTOS
LANNY O. HEBIA
STA. CRUZ CLC 35 4 39
JULIUS P. CUYOS JR.
VANESSA TURTOGA
IRENE PALACIO PUNTIAN CLC 8 5 13
MA'AM AYUP
YANAH MAE CANDOL
KIBURIAO CLC 17 18 35
JOAN CASING
NERISSA BISMANOS
DAKILA CLC 20 5 25
JOY BORJA
FRITZEL JULS REDONDO
MINONGAN P-7 CLC 11 9 20
NOREENBETH PAULA SINAL
MANILYN V. CAMPILAN CRUSHER CLC 5 4 9
ARSHILE G. AMOS
DILAPA P-5 CLC 5 6 11
LARAMIE C. SAJULGA
ELRIANNE LACUBTAN STA. CRUZ CENTRO CLC 16 0 16
IRENE RULIDA
GENECA M. ROILO
BAYANIHAN CLC 16 12 28
NORAVELLE PADAYOGDOG
JESSA AMORA
JENALYN SABA
PALACAPAO CLC 13 9 22
JULIE AN RABAGO
JANETH V. BAJUYO
BERNARD R. OGHAYON SALAWAGAN CLC NIGHT 35 17 52
JELY M. BAINO
MELLIENE G. SEMBLANTE
CHARAPRIL JEN S. LABADAN
SALAWAGAN CLC WEEKEND 18 27 45
DAISY ROSE BERCERO
CRISEN MER SOLATORIO
NELLY A. ESTILLORE
MINONGAN CLC SENTRO 12 9 21
CHARISSE Y. SENO
JANSEEN TINGSON
P. PAG-ASA CLC 20 10 30
ROSELYN ENTERO
AGNES JHANE ESIC
GLEN COLE
PINILAYAN CLC 8 9 17
MARY ELVIE JOY L. SUJETADO

ANN JEANNETH D. NARAG


B. ATTENDANCE
Regular of attendance was observed on the first month of the school year.
Students on this period shows high interest in learning. However, on the second month
there are some of learners started to miss the session since some of them are bread
earners, they need to be absent from their class due to the demand of time from their
respective work. On the third month absences add up quickly and missed school days due
to distant and transporation.

C. PROCUREMENT OF SUPPLIES
Implementers help their colleagues by sharing instructional resources. These are
hanbooks, instructional materials, readings, or other resources to use with students.
Municipal leaders also show their full support in providing supplies needed for the
renovation of the classroom to provide conducive area for learning. The supports given
had led to the success of ALS activities.

III. Problem/Issues Encountered:

Absenteeism is one of the greatest problem. Most of them are adult learners who have
their family on their own. They sometimes affected with their life problems especially when their
child is getting sick. Some are belong to indigent people and are bread earners in the family, they
need to be absent from their class due to the demand of time from their respective work and
attending the class is there no longer their top priority considering their economic status.

Prepared by:

MARITA L. MARCIAL
DALSC, Quezon II