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LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay


ALICIA DISTRICT

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT

District SBM Validation


PRINCIPLE 1 –Leadership and Governance

JOSEFA D. GASPAR LHORELLE L. CABALIDA


Principal I – Kawayan NHS Principal I –Lutiman NHS

ANNARIZA V. DAWAL
Teacher I – Lutiman NHS

PRINCIPLE 2 –Curriculum and Instruction

DIONISIA N. LANOJAN GINA P. ESCAMILLAN


Principal III – Alicia NHS Teacher III –Lutiman NHS

JASPER MOLLY BELLE PALERMO


Teacher I – Lutiman NHS

Principle 3 – Accountability and Continuous Improvement

LORETA M. GALVEZ DENNIS A. BARBO


Principal I – Dawa-dawa NHS` Teacher II –Lutiman NHS

RHENHART P. PINEDA
Teacher I – Lutiman NHS

Principle 4 – Management of Resources

LORLYNNE D. SUMAYANG NIECEL S. MARFIL


Head Teacher IV – Milagrosa NHS Teacher I –Lutiman NHS

JESSYLE ADA MAE M. PALERMO


Teacher I – Lutiman NHS

Noted:
ROSEMARIE E. DIOCARES, Ed.D.
EPS/Surrogate Supervisor
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLE 1 –Leadership and Governance

1. In place is a Development Plan (e.g.) developed by the stakeholders of the school and community

a. Stakeholders invited and communication was sent/ Invitation letter received by stakeholders
(letter to parents , letter to alumni, barangay kagawad/chairman, PTA)
b. Attendance, minutes of meeting
(PTA, assembly, homeroom meetings, faculty meetings)
c. SIP/AIP duly signed by stakeholders and approved by the SDS
d. AIP Accomplishment report, APR, MEPA, year-end reports
e. Minutes and proceedings of the development of SIP
Preparation of AIP (meeting with stakeholders), Work plans

2. The Development Plan (e.g SIP) is regularly reviewed by the school community to keep it responsive and relevant
to emerging needs, challenges and opportunities

a. M & E in the implementation of the SIP/AIP


Accomplishment report, APR, quarterly progress tracking
b. Minutes of meetings, SGC,Staff, PTA highlighting discussion on the key areas of the SIP/AIP
c. Consultation sessions with other stakeholders regarding feedback of performance
Report to stakeholders

3. The school is organized by a clear structure and work arrangements that promote shared leadership and
governance and define the roles and responsibility of the stakeholders

a. School Organizational Structure


b. Roles and Functions of each member
c. School Work Flow
d. Minutes of meetings of the SGC highlight discussion on defining organizational structure of the roles and
responsibilities of stakeholders

4. A leadership network facilities communication between and among school community leaders for informed
decision-making and solving of school-community wide learning problems

a. Participation of external stakeholders on SIP implementation


1. support from BLGU – drum corps, electricity
2. support from BLGU – Brgy. Lambuyogan
3. support from BLGU – Brgy. Concepcion

b. Participation of SGC, 4P’s Parents’ Association, Alumni, Youth group, Retirees, Elders, Barangay Health Workers,
Religious Group in solving problems and decision making of the school especially in the four performance
indicators
1. Deworming Program of the LGU-Alicia Health Units
2. Improvement of water system from the ALUMNI
3. Support from BLGU – Sanguniang Kabataan for Drum corps
4. Conduct of Retreat/ Recollection
5. 4P’s Parents participation

c. Participation of barangay Council, Non-government Organization in improving the four performance indicators
1. Barangay Resolutions
d.Minutes, attendance of the meetings
1. Minutes of barangay Sessions being attended
2. Minutes of the ALUMNI meetings
3. Minutes of Meetings of 4P’s Parents Association
5. A long term program is in operations that addresses the training and development needs of school and
community leaders

a. Monthly Performance Indicators –


 School Form 2 – Daily Attendance Report of Learners
 School Form 4 (Form 3) – Monthly Learners Movement and Attendance
 School Form 7 – School Personnel Assignment List and Basic Profile
b. AIP Progress Tracking Report
 Annual Performance Review
 Quarterly Progress Tracking
c. NCBTS-TSNA Consolidated Report
d. Sample Lesson Plan
e. STAR Class Observation Sheets
f. Evaluation for Teacher’s Performance
 PAST
 IPCRF

ALICIA District Validators:

JOSEFA D. GASPAR
Principal I – Kawayan NHS

LHORELLE L. CABALIDA
Principal I –Lutiman NHS

ANNARIZA V. DAWAL
Teacher I – Lutiman NHS
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLE 2 –Curriculum and Instruction

1. The curriculum provides for the development needs of all types of learners in the school community

a. Learning competencies of the 8 subject areas


b. List of OHSP students
c. LIS
 LIS Generated SF 1
 LIS Generated SF 5
d. Reading/Writing Program
 HSIP Sustainability Activities
 Word Wall (Classroom)
 Reading Report
 Reading Inventory Report
e. Computer/ ICT class
 PTA Computer Literacy Program
 ICT Class Program
 Computer Laboratory Utilization
f. General Class Program
g. Class Program
h. Individual Teacher’s Load
i. SF 7 – Personnel Assignment List and basic Profile

2. The implemented curriculum is localized to make it more meaningful to the learners and applicable to life in
community

a. English, Math, Filipino, AP, TLE, MAPEH, ESP activities


 Students’ Projects/ Learners Outputs
b. Tree Planting / Community Service Activities
c. Boy/Girl Scout of the Philippines Report
d. Teachers’ Lesson Plan
e. Experiments, Formal/Informal Theme/ICT outputs
f. SBM Grants Utilization

3. A representative group of school & community stakeholders develop the methods and materials for developing
creative teaching & problem solving

a. Instructional materials used and developed by the teachers


b. Gulayan sa Paaralan
c. SSG Income Generating Project
 Canteen
d. Comparative NAT results
e. Class Record
f. SSG’s participation in REGIONAL/DIVISION Youth Communities Leadership Training and activities
g. Project MO, Sagot KO program

4. The learning system are regularly to ensure h and collaboratively monitored by the community using appropriate
tools to ensure holistic growth and development of the and the community

a. Monitoring tool students’ values


 Anecdotal records
 DORP Activites
b. STAR for classroom observation
c. Feedback of parents/students
 School Report Card
 Minutes of Meetings (Homeroom)
 Minutes of Meetings (PTA)
d. Brigada Eskwela Report
e. School-based forms for Classroom /Park/Immediate surrounding Evaluation

5. Appropriate assessment tools for teaching and learning are continuously reviewed and improved assessment
results and contextualized to the learner and local situation and the attainment of relevant life skills

a. Year-end report on enrollment, Drop-outs, survival, cohort


b. Tracking/tracing of students at risk for dropping out
c. Periodic test, quarterly summative test questions with TOS

6. Learning managers and facilitators (teachers, administrators and community members) nurture values &
environments that are protective of all children and demonstrate behaviors to the organizations vision, mission
an goals.

a. CPP – code of conduct


b. List of teachers attended seminar/training workshop
 National
 Regional records and documentations
 Division
 District

c. List of teachers with masteral grants/scholarship grants


d. Action research of teachers
e. Teachers interventions and innovations
f. Teacher’s Directory
 Teachers Profile
g. Students Handbook

7. Methods and resources are learners and community friendly, enjoyable, safe, inclusive and accessible and
developing self-oriented learners, learning are equipped with essential knowledge, skills and values to assume
responsibility and accountability for their own learning

a. School Calendar of Activities


b. School sponsored activities e.g Tree planting & Feeding Program, Career Guidance Program
c. Students’ Portfolio
d. SSG Team building activities on Service Leadership (Reecho)

ALICIA District Validators:

DIONISIA N. LANOJAN
Principal III – Alicia NHS

GINA P. ESCAMILLAN
Teacher III –Lutiman NHS

JASPER MOLLY BELLE PALERMO


Teacher I – Lutiman NHS
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT

Principle 3 – Accountability and Continuous Improvement

1. Roles and Responsibilities of accountable person/s and collective body/ies are clearly defined and agreed upon
by community and stakeholders

a. SSG Officials
b. PTA officers with Oath of Office
c. Homeroom Officers Roles and Responsibilities of each official
d. Barangay Officials
e. Attendance of School heads/school personnel to Barangay Sessions
f. SIP
g. Barangay Development Plan – School is included

2. Achievement of goals is recognized based on collaboratively developed performance accountability system;


groups are addressed through appropriate action

a. Programs and activities supported by SGC/SCC/PTA


 Drum Corp
 Improvement of Water System
 School Perimeter Fence
 School Gate and Pergola

b. Department Accomplishment reports


c. Certificate of commendation, recognition, appreciation and participation received by teachers, students, school
heads
d. Symposium: Health Related Practices, Disaster Preparedness
 Drug Addiction
 Earthquake Drill
 DRRM

3. The accountability system is owned by the community and is continuously enhanced to ensure the management
structures and mechanisms are responsive to the emerging learning needs and demands of the community.

a. Resolution supporting the programs and projects of the PTA


b. Attendance/Minutes of the meeting of the PTA
c. Teacher-Teaching Performance Record

4. Accountability assessment criteria and tools, feedback mechanisms and information collection and validation
techniques and process are inclusive and collaboratively developed and agreed upon.

a. Minutes of the staff meeting focusing on the accountability assessment criteria and tools
b. Review Committee Report
c. Counseling Report
d. Minutes of the meeting of SSC, Department Meeting, Homeroom Meeting, COP

5. Participatory assessment of performance is done regularly with the community assessment results and lessons
learned serve as basis for feedback, technical assistance, recognition and plan adjustment.

a. MEPA
b. SGC Report
c. PTA assisted project report, Financial Report
d. Awards Garnered
 2013 Best Brigada Skwela Implementer (2nd Place) – Small School category
 2013 Most Effective School (2nd Placer) – Small School Category
 Proper Management of Basic Education Data/ Status of Submission of Report
(2nd Placer) – Small School Category

ALICIA District Validators:

LORETA M. GALVEZ
Principal I – Dawa-dawa NHS

DENNIS A. BARBO
Teacher II –Lutiman NHS

RHENHART P. PINEDA
Teacher I – Lutiman NHS
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
Principle 4 – Management of Resources

1. Regular Resources Inventory is collaboratively undertaken by learning managers, learning facilitators and
community stakeholders as basis for resource allocation and mobilization

a. Resource Inventory Report


b. Inventory of land and Land Improvement, School supplies, Equipment and Facilities
c. Human Resource Inventory
d. Utilization of School supplies and equipment (TLE, MATH, ICT, SBM)

2. A regular dialogue for planning and resource programming that is accessible and inclusive, continuously
engaged stakeholders and support implementation of community education plans

a. Attendance and minutes of meetings of the Homeroom PTA, SSG, SGC, Alumni with constitution and by laws,
memo or letter of invitation
b. Faculty and staff minutes of meetings
c. School-based memoranda
d. School work plan
e. School Working Committee
 Brigada ESkwela
 Incentive and Awards
 Special Working Committee (Food, decoration, sounds and accommodation, invitation, etc)
f. Designation Orders

3. In place is a community-developed resource management system that drives appropriate behaviors of


stakeholders to ensure judicious, appropriate and effective use of resources

a. Classroom projects, donations, solicitations received and reported


b. Brigada Eskwela Records of donations recieved, accomplishment report
c. Adopt-A-School program donations received and reported
d. Project MO, Sagot KO Program

4. Regular monitoring, evaluation and reporting process of resource management are collaboratively developed
and implemented by the learning managers, facilitators and community stakeholders

a. MOOE liquidation
b. Liquidation of Grants
 SBM
 DICP
c. Financial Report
d. SIP enhanced, approved by SDS
e. APP
f. PTA Financial Report
g. SSG financial Report

5. There’s a system that manages the network and linkages which strengthen and sustain partnership for improving
resource management

a. WORK FLOW of school operation


b. Letter of Invitation
c. Brigada Eskwela Implementation and Activities
d. School Working Committees
e. School organizational chart
ALICIA District Validators:

LORLYNNE D. SUMAYANG
Head Teacher IV – Milagrosa NHS

NIECEL S. MARFIL
Teacher I –Lutiman NHS

JESSYLE ADA MAE M. PALERMO


Teacher I – Lutiman NHS
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SBM VALIDATION FORM

Step 1. Determine Performance Improvement (60%)

Thematic Area Performance Indicators Rating and Equivalent Points Computation Result
ACCESS (45%) Enrolment % of A. Enrolment Increase
Increase Increase 1- Marginal: At least 3% Tentative
Baseline Increase
2010- 2- Average: At least 5% 3 x.45 1.35
2011 (?) increase
SY 2013-2014 241 3- High: At least 7%
SY 2014-2015 274 Increase
SY 2015-2016 289 B. Justification: Enrolment
Average % of Rate based on Community
Increase Mapping
1- Marginal: At least 85%
increase
2- Average: At least 90%
increase
3- High: At least 95% increase
Efficiency Drop-Out Rate % of Baseline :
(25%) Increase
Baseline 2 x.25 0.5
2010-
2011
SY 2012-2013 5 1- Marginal: At least 4%
2.33% decrease
SY 2013-2014 8 2- Average: At least 2%
3.31% decrease
SY 2014-2015 3- High: At least 0% or less
Average % of 2.82% than 2%
decrease
Completion % of Baseline : 75%
Rate Increase
SY 2011-2012 1- Marginal: At least 5%
SY 2012-2013 increase
SY 2013-2014 2- Average: At least 7%
Average % of increase
Increase 3- High: At least 10% or 95%

Cohort Survival % of Baseline : 75%


Rate Increase
SY 2011-2012 1- Marginal: At least 5%
SY 2012-2013 increase
SY 2013-2014 2- Average: At least 7%
Average % of increase
Increase 3- High: At least 10% or 95%

SubTotal (DR+
CR+CSR)
Quality (30%) % of Baseline 75% 2 x .30 .6
NAT MPS Increase 1- Marginal: At least 7%
1 SY 2012-2013 increase
63.50 17.56 2- Average: At least 8%
increase
2 SY 2013-2014 3- High: At least 10% or 75%
57.46 6.04
2 SY 2014-2015 Option 2
54.00 -3.46 1- Marginal: 26-50%
55.63 Average % of 7.86 2- Average: 51-75%
Increase 3- High: 76-100%

Sub total = 1.35+0.5+0.6 = 2.45

Interpretation ______ Good ______ Better ______ Best

Legend:

Numerical Rating Scale Description


0.50 - 1.49 Good
1.50 - 2.49 Better
2.50 – 3:00 Best

Note: Only schools having a Performance Improvement of “Better” can apply to the Division for SBM Validation

Step 2 Compute for Validated SBM Assessment Scores (40%)

SBM Principles Weight Cumulative Scores of Results


Validators per Principle
Leadership 30% .54
Curriculum and Learning 30% .34
Accountability 25% .45
Resource Management 15% .27
Subtotal 100% 1.60

Interpretation:
_______ Good
_______ Better
_______ Best

Legend:
Numerical Rating Scale Description
0.50 - 1.49 Good
1.50 - 2.49 Better
2.50 – 3:00 Best

Step 3 Compute for Final Rating

Areas Weight Computation Results


A. Performance Improvement 60% 2.45 X.6 1.47
B. SBM Assessment Score (DOD) 40% 1.60 X 4 0.64
TOTAL 100% 2.11

Interpretation
_______ Developing (Level I)
_______ Maturing (Level II)
_______ Advanced (Level III)

Description of SBM Level of Practice

Numerical Rating Scale Description


0.50 - 1.49 Good Developing
(Level I)
1.50 - 2.49 Better Maturing
(Level II)

2.50 – 3:00 Best Advanced


(Level III)
Recommendation:

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LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SUMMARY FOR THE COMPUTATION OF THE GENERAL AVERAGE ON REVUSED SBM ASSESSMENT TOOLS (DOD) 40%

PRINCIPLE SCORE BY INDICATOR AVERAGE WEIGHTED


RATING AVERAGE RATING
Indicator Score 1.8 x .3
A. Leadership 1. In place is a Development Plan (e.g.) 2
And Governance developed by the stakeholders of the school
30% and community
2. 2. The Development Plan (e.g SIP) is regularly 2
reviewed by the school community to keep it
responsive and relevant to emerging needs,
challenges and opportunities
3. 3. The school is organized by a clear structure 2
and work arrangements that promote shared
leadership and governance and define the
roles and responsibility of the stakeholders 9/5
4. 4. A leadership network facilities 2
communication between and among school
community leaders for informed decision-
making and solving of school-community
wide learning problems
5. 5. A long term program is in operations that 1
addresses the training and development
needs of school and community leaders
TOTAL 8 1.8 0.54

PRINCIPLE SCORE BY INDICATOR AVERAGE WEIGHTED


RATING AVERAGE RATING
Indicator Score 8/7 1.14x.3
B. Curriculum 1.The curriculum provides for the 1
and development needs of all types of learners
Learning in the school community
30% 2. The implemented curriculum is localized 1
to make it more meaningful to the learners
and applicable to life in community
3. A representative group of school & 1
community stakeholders develop the
methods and materials for developing
creative teaching & problem solving
4.The learning system are regularly to 2
ensure h and collaboratively monitored by
the community using appropriate tools to
ensure holistic growth and development of
the and the community
5.Appropriate assessment tools for teaching 1
and learning are continuously reviewed and
improved assessment results and
contextualized to the learner and local
situation and the attainment of relevant life
skills
6.Learning managers and facilitators 1
(teachers, administrators and community
members) nurture values & environments
that are protective of all children and
demonstrate behaviors to the organizations
vision, mission an goals.
7. Methods and resources are learners and 1
community friendly, enjoyable, safe,
inclusive and accessible and developing
self-oriented learners, learning are
equipped with essential knowledge, skills
and values to assume responsibility and
accountability for their own learning.
TOTAL 8 1.14 0.34

PRINCIPLE SCORE BY INDICATOR AVERAGE WEIGHTED


RATING AVERAGE RATING
Indicator Score 8/5 1.6 x .25
C. 1. Roles and Responsibilities of accountable 2
Accountabil person/s and collective body/ies are clearly
ity and defined and agreed upon by community and
Continuous stakeholders
Improveme 2. The accountability system is owned by the 2
nt 25% community and is continuously enhanced to
ensure the management structures and
mechanisms are responsive to the emerging
learning needs and demands of the
community.
3. The accountability system is owned by the 2
community and is continuously enhanced to
ensure the management structures and
mechanisms are responsive to the emerging
learning needs and demands of the
community.
4.Accountability assessment criteria and 1
tools, feedback mechanisms and
information collection and validation
techniques and process are inclusive and
collaboratively developed and agreed upon.
5. Participatory assessment of performance 2
is done regularly with the community
assessment results and lessons learned
serve as basis for feedback, technical
assistance, recognition and plan adjustment.
TOTAL 9 1.8 0.45

PRINCIPLE SCORE BY INDICATOR AVERAGE WEIGHTED


RATING AVERAGE RATING
Indicator Score
D. Management of 1 Regular Resources Inventory is 1 9/5
Resources 15% collaboratively undertaken by learning
managers, learning facilitators and
community stakeholders as basis for
resource allocation and mobilization
2 A regular dialogue for planning and 2 1.8x.15
resource programming that is accessible and
inclusive, continuously engaged
stakeholders and support implementation of
community education plans
3 In place is a community-developed 2 1.8 0.24
resource management system that drives
appropriate behaviors of stakeholders to
ensure judicious, appropriate and effective
use of resources
4 Regular monitoring, evaluation and 2
reporting process of resource management
are collaboratively developed and
implemented by the learning managers,
facilitators and community stakeholders
5 There’s a system that manages the 2
network and linkages which strengthen and
sustain partnership for improving resource
management
TOTAL 9 .27
OVER –ALL TOTAL .54+.34+.45+.27
=1.60
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

VALIDATED SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT SCORE (DOD) 40%

PRINCIPLES PERCENTAGE TOTAL WEIGHTED RATINGS


1.Leadership and Governance 1.8 .54
2. Curriculum and Learning 1.14 .34
3. Accountability and Continuously Improvement 1.8 .45
4. Management of resources 1.8 .27
TOTAL 6.54 1.60
SBM Assessment Score (DOD) 1.60
Resulting Score BETTER

Legend

Numerical Rating Scale Description


0.50 - 1.49 Good
1.50 –2.49 Better
2.50 – 3.00 Best

SBM ASSESSMENT TEAM


Name Position Signature
HON. WENNIFREDO ARANG Barangay Captain/ SGC President
HON. MA. ELENA BABARAN GPTA President
GINA P. ESCAMILLAN Teacher
PRINCESS KATE ENGUITO SSG President
JASPER MOLLY BELLE M. PALERMO Secretary
LHORELLE L. CABALIDA School Principal

SBM DISTRICT VALIDATORS

PRINCIPLE VALIDATOR SIGNATURE

Principle I - Leadership And Governance JOSEFA D. GASPAR


Principal I, Kawayan NHS
Principle 2 - Curriculum and Learning DIONISIA N. LANOJAN
Principal III, Alicia NHS
Principle 3 - Accountability and Continuous Improvement LORETA M. GALVEZ
Principal I, Dawa-dawa NHS
Principle 4 - Management of Resources LORLYNNE D. SUMAYANG
Head Teacher IV, Milagrosa NHS
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
District Validation

March 4, 2016

LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
District Validation

March 4, 2016

LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL


Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
District Validation

March 4, 2016
LUTIMAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Lutiman, Alicia, Zamboanga Sibugay

SCHOOL-BASED MANAGEMENT
District Validation

March 4, 2016