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STRATEGIC PLAN

INTRODUCTION: SCHOOL AS A FUNCTION OF ECONOMICS


DIRECT CONSUMERS
SCHOOL AS THE MAIN PRODUCTION UNIT OF LEARNING OUTCOMES

INDIRECT CONSUMERS

HOUSEHOLDS/ DECISIONMAKERS

HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

FIRMS/ INDUSTRIES

LABOR FORCE

VISION

DepEd Pampanga will be a Division of HAPPY SCHOOLS of disciplined, value-laden, and motivated learning communities of holistically developed Filipinos with 21st Century skills
Explanation: The vision captures the essence of schools having a positive image, being a happy place where learning will be more relevant and enjoyable, not only for learners but also for the community as a whole, putting premium on the importance of stakeholders participation in improving learning outcomes. It also signify the significance of discipline and character, making the kind of basic education in Pampanga more relevant and ready for the 21st Century education and learners who are MAKATAO, MAKADIYOS, MAKAKALIKASAN, at MAKBANSA.

THE MISSION

To transform schools in Pampanga into CARING AND NURTURING SCHOOLS that are committed and dedicated in providing quality K to 12 basic education and A Child (Learner)-and Community-Centered Education System (ACCESs)
Explanation: The Mission suggests that the efficient and effective implementation of K to 12 basic education is the critical success factor for the realization of 21st Century education. Moreover, the Mission statement emphasizes as a philosophy, that both public and private schools must be caring and nurturing, in their aspiration to continuously improve learning outcomes, measured in terms of DepEds Vision of Change, that every school in every community is A Child-and Community-Centered Education System.

THE CORE VALUES OUR HAPPY SCHOOLS MUST HAVE: Responsive School Leadership Relevant Classroom Instruction Conducive and Healthy Learning Environment Good Governance
Explanation: The Vision of Happy Schools is further defined by the core values that our schools must have in their mission to provide quality K to 12 basic education. Schools must have school leaders who are responsive to institutional changes, classroom instruction that is relevant to the kind of learners they have, an overall school environment that promotes and foster learning and character-building, and a school system that is governed with responsibility and accountability.

K to 12 CURRICULUM REFORM
* Governed by Existing Central & Regional

Policies

RELEVANT CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION

CONDUCIVE & HEALTHY LEARNING ENVIRONMENT PRIVATE SCHOOLS

GOOD GOVERNANCE

RELEVANT CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION FRAMEWORK: LEARNER-CENTERED LEARNING

K TO 12 CURRICULUM
Child Development & Child Welfare

LEARNER
READING

TEACHER

CapabilityBuilding & Teacher Welfare

NUMERACY

LCL

VALUES

School Improvement

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT

LIFE-LONG SKILLS

HOME ENVIRONMENT

Community Development

OBJECTIVES
To make public and private schools in Pampanga more attractive for enrolment and make them more accessible to all children of school age
Explanation: The first attribute that our HAPPY SCHOOLS must have are their attractiveness in terms of enrolment to both the learners and the parents as the decision-makers. Regional data show that San Fernando City and Angeles City Divisions have higher Net Enrolment Rate than that of the Division of Pampanga. It may be implied that a significant number of learners coming from the municipalities of Pampanga are enrolling in schools in Angeles City or San Fernando City. The reasons for this may be distance, convenience, or parents are under the impression that schools in the cities are better than those in the municipalities. Again, Regional data show that SLR in San Fernando City is much lower than that of Pampanga. Moreover, even children in calamity-prone and inaccessible areas deserve to be given access to quality education.

OBJECTIVES
To develop public and private schools that promote healthy and enjoyable community-based learning environment for the learners and the community as a whole
Explanation: The challenge for our public schools is how to reduce school leavers and drop-outs due to some perceived reasons, like poverty, environmental distractions and disruptions, calamities, and individual emotional and physical problems. Again, Regional data show that School Leaver Rate in San Fernando City, the capital city, is much lower than that of Pampanga. It may be implied, that schools in the municipalities in Pampanga may not be able to come up with intervention programs to address these reasons. It is hoped that our caring and nurturing HAPPY SCHOOLS, both in the public and private schools, may be able to open new avenues for diverse and community-based learning

OBJECTIVES
To improve competencies in the core learning areas and promote Kapampangan learners interest in sports and arts as well as develop their life-long skills
Explanation: Improving the competencies in the core learning areas, especially in Grades 1 to 6 in the elementary, and Grades 7 to 9 hopes to prepare our learners for the full implementation of the K to 12 curriculum, including the Senior High School curriculum. Not only will they be ready academically but also exposed to arts and sports, and have developed life-long skills as preparation for their career pathways.

OBJECTIVES
To promote well-defined, transparent and participative school governance in all public and private schools in Pampanga
Explanation: The school being the main production unit of learning outcomes, it is important to promote a school governance that is anchored on responsibility and accountability. It is through genuine community engagement and building strategic partnerships that our schools get to develop community-evolved curriculum and diversified education delivery systems, for continued improvement of learning outcomes. These are guided by the Principles of:

collective leadership and governance

community-based learning
accountability for performance and results convergence to harness resources for education

KEY RESULT AREAS


OBJECTIVES 1. To make public and private schools in Pampanga more attractive for enrolment and make them more accessible to all children of school age 2. To develop public and private schools that promote healthy and enjoyable communitybased learning environment for the learners and the community as a whole 3. To improve competencies in the core learning areas and promote Kapampangan learners interest in sports and arts as well as develop their life-long skills KEY RESULT AREAS
1a. Increase in enrolment in public and private schools 1b. Increase in the number of learners involve in alternative delivery modes 1c. Increase in the number of SPED schools/centers 2a. Decrease in the number of children of school age that are leaving schools 2b. Increase in the number of students completing basic education on time 3a. Increase in the scores in standardized achievement tests 3b. Improved Regional ranking in curricular and cocurricular competitions 3c. Increase in the number of schools implementing special programs in arts and sports 4a. Improved SBM level of practice 4b. Increase in the number of stakeholders that are satisfied with the service delivery of basic education

4. To promote well-defined, transparent and participative school governance in all public schools in Pampanga

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
KEY RESULT AREAS 1a. Increase in enrolment in public and private schools PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Gross Enrollment Rate (GER) Net Enrollment Rate (NER) No. of ALS Accreditation & Equivalency (A & E) Passers No. of Open High Schools No. of MISOSA Schools No. of Organized IP Schools No. of Schools with SPED program

1b. Increase in the number of alternative delivery modes

1c. Increase in the number of SPED schools/centers

2a. Decrease in the number of school children leaving school


2b. Increase in the number of children completing basic education

Drop-Out Rate (DOR) School Leaver Rate (SLR)


Cohort Survival Rate (CSR) Completion Rate (CR) Promotion Rate (PR)

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
KEY RESULT AREAS 3a. Increase in the scores in the standardized achievement tests 3b. Improved Regional ranking in curricular and cocurricular competitions PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Achievement Tests (MPS) Regional Ranking in Festival of Talents Regional Ranking in School Press Conference Regional Ranking in CLRAA No. of Schools with SPA No. of Schools with SPS

3c. Increase in the number of schools implementing special programs in arts and sports

4a. Improved SBM level of practice

No. of Schools with Level I practice No. of Schools with Level II practice No. of Schools with Level III practice

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
KEY RESULT AREAS 4b. Increase in the number of stakeholders that are satisfied with the service delivery of basic education PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Amount generated in the Brigada Eskwela No. of Schools under Adopt-ASchool Program Improved Customer Satisfaction Rating of Parents Number of SIPs/AIPs reviewed in the Division Percentage of School MOOE downloaded and utilized

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PUBLIC SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS Baseline Year (2011-2012)

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Access

Gross Enrolment Rate (GER) Kindergarten Elementary High Schools Net Enrolment Rate (NER) Kindergarten Elementary High Schools No. of A & E passers No. of Open High Schools No. of MISOSA schools No. of Organized IP schools No. of SPED

100.70% 83.12%

62.42% 100% 87.34%

74.95% 100% 91.56%

87.48% 100% 95.78%

100.01% 100% 100%

89.71% 70.66% 1,643


0

59.60% 92.29% 78.00% 1,725 1


(Don Jesus Gonzales HS)

73.07% 94.87% 85.34% 1,811 1

86.54% 97.45% 92.68% 1,902 2


(DJGHS & San Matias HS)

100.01% 100.03% 100% 1,997 3


(DJGHS, SMHS & Tinajero HS Annex)

0 8 14/2

1 8 12/0

1 8 13/1

1 8 15/2

1 8 17/2

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PUBLIC SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS Baseline Year (2011 2012)

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Efficiency

Drop-Out Rate (DOR) Elementary High Schools School Leaver Rate (SLR) Elementary High Schools Cohort Survival Rate (CSR) Elementary High Schools Promotion Rate (PR) Elementary High Schools Graduation Rate (GR) Elementary High Schools

.56 3.92

.42 2.94

.28 1.96

.14 .98

0 0

4.26% 7.29%

3.19% 5.47%

2.12% 3.65%

1.05% 1.83%

0 0

82.05% 81.08%

86.54% 85.81%

91.03% 90.54%

95.52% 95.27%

100% 100%

94.53% 90.77%

95.90% 93.08%

97.27% 95.39%

98.64% 97.70%

100% 100%

98.11% 94.12%

98.58% 95.59%

99.05% 97.06%

99.52% 98.53%

100% 100%

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PUBLIC SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS (Achievement Rate ) Baseline Year (2011 2012)

Year 2 70.51

Year 3 72.01

Year 4 73.51

Year 5 75.01

Achievement

ELEMENTARY (Division Level) Math English Science Filipino HEKASI SECONDARY (Division Level) Math English Science Filipino

69.01
72.89 72.89 70.89 70.07 70.90 71.60

73.42 71.92 71.31 71.93 72.45

73.95 72.95 72.55 72.96 73.30

74.88 73.98 73.79 73.99 74.15

75.01 75.01 75.03 75.02 75.00

48.66 50.94 43.61 51.05

55.24 56.95 51.45 57.04

61.82 62.96 59.29 63.03

68.41 68.93 67.13 69.02

75 75 75 75.01

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PUBLIC SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS Baseline Year (2012-2013) (See Regl Ranking Report)

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Achievement

Ranking in Regional Competitions Festival of Talents Elementary High Schools Regional School Press Conferences Elementary High Schools
CLRAA Elementary High Schools

1st
3rd 2nd

1st
1st

1st
1st 1st

1st
1st 1st

1st
1st 1st

1st

No. of Schools with Specialized Programs Special Program for the Arts Special Program for Sports

0 3

0 (1 Curr. Innovation)
4

1 5

2 6

3 7

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PUBLIC SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS Baseline Year (2012 2013) P 22,807,909.02

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4
P26,403,005.67

Year 5
P27,723,155.95

Good Governance

Amount of Resources Generated during Brigada Eskwela Number of Schools under the Adopt-A-School Program Improved Customer (parents) Satisfaction Rating of Schools Number of SIPs/AIPs reviewed in the Division Percentage of School MOOE downloaded and utilized

P23,948,304.47

P25,145,719.69

404

439

474

509

544

75%

81.25%

87.50%

93.75%

100%

437 (Elem) 105 (Sec)

437 (Elem) 105 (Sec)

437 (Elem) 105 (Sec)

437 (Elem) 105 (Sec)

437 (Elem) 105 (Sec)

45%

100%

100%

100%

100%

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PRIVATE SCHOOLS)


AREAS Access
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Gross Enrolment Rate (GER) Kindergarten Elementary High Schools Net Enrolment Rate (NER) Kindergarten Elementary High Schools TARGETS Baseline Year

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Efficiency

Drop-Out Rate (DOR) Elementary High Schools Promotion Rate (PR) Elementary High Schools Graduation Rate (GR) Elementary High Schools

PERFORMANCE INDICATORS VIZ TARGETS (PRIVATE SCHOOLS)


AREAS
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGETS (Achievement Rate ) Baseline Year (2011 2012)

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Achievement

ELEMENTARY (Division Level)

Math
English Science Filipino HEKASI SECONDARY (Division Level) Math English Science Filipino HEKASI

41.60
54.84 52.52 61.60 49.08

49.95
59.89 58.14 64.95 55.56

58.30
64.93 63.76 68.30 62.04

66.65
69.97 69.38 71.65 68.52

75.00
75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00

36.38 48.51 34.42 47.83 47.84

46.04 55.13 44.57 54.62 54.63

55.70 61.75 54.72 61.41 61.42

65.36 68.37 64.87 68.20 68.21

75.02 75.00 75.02 75.00 75.00

STRATEGY-FORMULATION FRAMEWORK
External Analysis Political Economic Social Technology Environmental

Opportunities & Threats

ANALYZE PAST TRENDS

SCHOOLS

STRATEGIES

VISION/MISSION STATEMENT: HAPPY SCHOOLS

Internal Analysis School Performance Indicators Organizational Capacities Financial Capacities

Strengths & Weaknesses

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
MACRO ENVIRONMENT DATA
average growth rate is 3.5% compared to national growth rate of 2.1% population of ages 5-19 totals 763,890 by 2012 based on the 3.5% growth rate using the population data of 2007 income-wise, Pampanga was deemed first class province according to DTI economic growth in the province can sustain over-all development

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS
increasing growth rate may overwhelm basic input for education affecting access current provision for basic input in education are not enough for school age population and might affect quality and efficiency

Social

average family income (as of 2008) is P160, 827 compared to average national income of P172,000
decreasing trend in crude birth rate from an average of 24.68 per thousand population compared to projected rate of 21.03 until 2015 presence of IP communities in some

many families can afford to spend for education

basic input for education can keep pace with population growth if growth due to in-migration can be reduced preservation of indigenous Kapampangan

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
MACRO ENVIRONMENT DATA
provincial government s high thrust in in improving basic education

OPPORTUNITIES
infrastructure development to improve access to schools (school buildings, home to school roads, transportation)

THREATS

Political

Special Education Fund amounting to P46M


DepEd Regional Office IIIs emphasis on private school regulation and development Republic Act 9155 improved quality of private school education

not enough to sustain future expenditures for public education

more defined functions in the Central, Regional, Division, and School level governance political interventions affecting school governance improved school governance through transparency and accountability

on-going election campaign existence of advocacy groups and civil society organizations for better education

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
MACRO ENVIRONMENT DATA
employment rate of 90.2% , only 5th among provinces in Region III total employed population of 45,688 as of 2011, the second largest in Region III labor force rate of 54.4% as of 2010, the lowest among provinces in Region III livelihood generation for families

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS
mismatch in the labor supply and demand

Economic

mismatch in the labor and supply demand

majority of workers in Region III, are employed as laborers and unskilled workers
largest source of OFW among all provinces with 73,718 deployed in 2009 and generated the largest remittances in the country many OFW work as laborers and unskilled workers higher purchasing power for families

low productivity level

low productivity level and family displacement

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
MACRO ENVIRONMENT DATA
has the most number of meat processing plants in Region III, with 23 as of 2011 Industry clusters in Pampanga: a. Food Processing b. Home furnishings, furniture, ceramics c. Gifts and Holiday decors d. Information and Community Technology establishment and operation of several economic zones and industrial parks existence of major infrastructure development: a. NLEX and SCTEX c. Diosdado Macapagal Airport top exporting province in Region III with 60% share in 2011

OPPORTUNITIES
good source of local employment variety of career and livelihood options for the labor force

THREATS

Economic

sustained over-all economic growth and better opportunity for local employment better opportunity for over-all economic development

better opportunity for local industries

ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT
MACRO ENVIRONMENT DATA
perennial flooding in several low-lying municipalities District I increased level of pollution due to rapid urbanization diverse natural resources: a. rivers and coastal areas b. farm plains c. mountains alternative source of livelihood and eco-tourism

OPPORTUNITIES

THREATS
dislocation of learners in affected areas hazardous to overall health and well-being of the populace

Ecological

Technological

ICT hubs in industrial and freeport zones province-wide electrification existence of internet cafes and shops local media a. newspaper b. television c. radio

high level of awareness on ICT better access to technology distractions among learners better and wider dissemination of educational advocacies

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DATA
LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

1ST Level: Outcomes Quality Measures

Increased MPS in Math both in Elementary and HS Increased MPS in English in Elementary but decreased in HS Increased MPS in Science both in Elementary and HS Decreased MPS in Filipino both in Elementary and HS Decreased MPS in HEKASI in Elementary but increased in HS not in the top five Divisions in Region III in terms of NAT scores in all learning areas performing Division in the Regional School Press Conference and the perennial second place in the CLRAA

increased competency in Math increased competency in Science

decreased competency in English decreased competency in Filipino decreased competency in HEKASI

not too good performance compared to other Divisions in Region III competent campus journalists competent athletes

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DATA
LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

1ST Level:Outputs Quantitative Measures

enrolment gap of 16,999 in the Elementary based of projected enrolment for 2014 enrolment gap of 11,309 in HS based on projected enrolment for 2014 Pampanga belongs to the top 3 in the Region in terms of total number of elementary drop-outs Pampanga belongs to the top 3 in the Region in terms of total number HS dropouts erratic trend in terms of CSR, with completion rate increasing in SY 2010-2011, resulting to Coefficient of Efficiency of 84.95, but still short of that of the Region increasing level of school efficiency due to increase in the provision for basic input for education

still a significant number of children of school age are still not being accessed by schools, either by nonenrolment or outmigration

schools are not able to retain their schoolchildren

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DATA
LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

2nd Level: Evaluating Organizational Competencies and Capabilities

transition period for the implementation of the Rationalization Plan structure 430 non-teaching staff

more focused and defined functions in the Division and District not enough support staff for admin functions, teachers being utilized to perform admin jobs budget for PS covers salaries of teaching and nonteaching personnel no data on fund utilization as per capita income of MOOE utilization

3rd Level: Evaluating Utilization of Resources

Total budget for PS: Elem 2.6 B HS 228M Total MOOE Elem 114 M HS 21.3 M DO/Districts 6.5 M INSET Fund DO 5.7M SEF 48M

compliments fund requirement for Divisioninitiated trainings covers fund requirement for school repairs and rehabilitation for the current year

INTERNAL ASSESSMENT
DATA
LEVEL OF ASSESSMENT

STRENGTHS

WEAKNESSES

6th Level: Evaluating Teams and Individuals

School Heads lacking necessary training on School Leadership and Management RAT plan structures organized into learning teams

weak school leadership in terms of SBM implementation more focused functions for monitoring and evaluating learning outcomes

SWOT MATRIX ANALYSIS


STRENGTHS increased competency in Math and Science competent campus journalists competent athletes more focused and defined functions in the Division and District for monitoring learning outcomes (RAT Plan Structure) budget for PS covers salaries of teaching and non-teaching personnel MOOE compliments fund requirement for Division-initiated trainings SEF covers fund requirement for school repairs and rehabilitation for the current year more

OPPORTUNITIES
economic growth in the province can sustain over-all development many families can afford to spend for education basic input for education can keep pace with population growth if growth due to in-migration can be reduced preservation of indigenous Kapampangan culture infrastructure development to improve access to schools (school buildings, home to school roads, transportation) improved quality of private school education more defined functions in the Central, Regional, Division, and School level governance improved school governance through transparency and accountability

S-O STRATEGIES Institutionalize RAT Plan Structure and organize divisions into Learning Organization Engage local government to invest more on school infrastructure development Social Marketing for Kapampangan Schools that excels in Math, Science, Journalism, and Athletics as catalyst of future economic growth for Pampanga Develop IP communities as heritage community for Pampanga Expand SPA and SPS programs in HS

SWOT MATRIX ANALYSIS


WEAKNESSES decreased competency in English, HEKASI, and Filipino not too good performance in NAT compared to other Divisions in Region III still a significant number of children of school age are still not being accessed by schools, either by non-enrolment or outmigration schools are not able to retain their schoolchildren not enough support staff for admin functions, teachers being utilized to perform admin jobs no data on fund utilization as per capita income of MOOE utilization weak school leadership in terms of SBM implementation

OPPORTUNITIES
economic growth in the province can sustain over-all development many families can afford to spend for education

W-O STRATEGIES Engage stakeholders especially parents for the conduct of remedial and review classes in partnership with private educational institutions Engage local government to invest on needed administrative support for the schools Institute Child-Friendly, Teacher-Friendly, Community-Friendly Schools Implement Accounting Systems that will keep track on MOOE utilization in terms of per capita income and how these are being translated into improved learning outcomes

basic input for education can keep pace with population growth if growth due to in-migration can be reduced
preservation of indigenous Kapampangan culture infrastructure development to improve access to schools (school buildings, home to school roads, transportation) improved quality of private school education more defined functions in the Central, Regional, Division, and School level governance improved school governance through transparency

SWOT MATRIX ANALYSIS


STRENGTHS increased competency in Math and Science competent campus journalists competent athletes more focused and defined functions in the Division and District for monitoring learning outcomes (RAT Plan Structure) budget for PS covers salaries of teaching and non-teaching personnel MOOE compliments fund requirement for Division-initiated trainings SEF covers fund requirement for school repairs and rehabilitation for the current year more

THREATS increasing growth rate may overwhelm basic input for education affecting access current provision for basic input in education are not enough for school age population and might affect quality and efficiency not enough to sustain future expenditures for public education political interventions affecting school governance dislocation of learners in affected areas hazardous to overall health and well-being of the populace distractions among learners

S-O STRATEGIES

Expand Alternative Delivery Modes of Education Engage community for payment of Real Property Taxes

SWOT MATRIX ANALYSIS


WEAKNESSES decreased competency in English, HEKASI, and Filipino not too good performance in NAT compared to other Divisions in Region III still a significant number of children of school age are still not being accessed by schools, either by non-enrolment or outmigration schools are not able to retain their schoolchildren not enough support staff for admin functions, teachers being utilized to perform admin jobs no data on fund utilization as per capita income of MOOE utilization weak school leadership in terms of SBM implementation

THREATS increasing growth rate may overwhelm basic input for education affecting access current provision for basic input in education are not enough for school age population and might affect quality and efficiency not enough to sustain future expenditures for public education political interventions affecting school governance dislocation of learners in affected areas hazardous to overall health and well-being of the populace distractions among learners

W-T STRATEGIES Capacity-Building for School Principals for Leadership and Management Engage stakeholders to invest on permanent evacuation centers with provision of classrooms

PROGRAMS VIZ STRATEGIC OPTIONS


STRATEGIC OPTIONS
Institutionalize RAT Plan Structure and organize divisions into Learning Organization
Engage local government and civic organizations to invest more on school infrastructure development Social Marketing for Kapampangan Schools that excels in Math, Science, Journalism, and Athletics as catalyst of future economic growth for Pampanga Develop IP communities as heritage community for Pampanga Expand SPA and SPS programs in HS

PROGRAMS
Annual Strategic Planning Workshop
Public-Private Partnership for Education Resources Advocacy Campaign on the positive attributes of Kapampangan Schools Building of IP Coalition in Pampanga Special Program for the Arts Special Program for Sports Public-Private Schools Partnership for Remedial, Review, and Enhancement Classes Internship Program

Engage stakeholders especially parents for the conduct of remedial and review classes in partnership with private educational institutions Engage local government to invest on needed administrative support for the schools

PROGRAMS VIZ STRATEGIC OPTIONS


STRATEGIC OPTIONS
Institute Child-Friendly, Teacher-Friendly, CommunityFriendly Schools Implement Accounting Systems that will keep track on MOOE utilization in terms of per capita income and how these are being translated into improved learning outcomes Expand Alternative Delivery Modes of Education and Inclusive Education Engage community for payment of Real Property Taxes Advocacy Campaign on Tax Payment Capacity-Building for School Principals for Leadership and Management Engage stakeholders to invest on permanent evacuation centers with provision of classrooms School Principals as Bridging Leaders Program Coalition Building on Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation

PROGRAMS
HAPPY SCHOOL PROGRAM-LAUNCHING Learner-Centered Classrooms Development of Division Website and On-Line Connection

MISOSA

BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAMS BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS (AS PER NEP 2014) 200,000.00 500,000.00 100,000.00 600,000.00 1,000,000.00 1,000,000.00

Annual Strategic Planning Workshop

Public-Private Partnership for Education Resources Advocacy Campaign on the positive attributes of Kapampangan Schools Building of IP Coalition in Pampanga Special Program for the Arts Special Program for Sports

Public-Private Schools Partnership for Remedial, Review, and Enhancement Classes


HAPPY SCHOOL PROGRAM-LAUNCHING Learner-Centered Classrooms

400,000.00
100,000.00 700,000.00

BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS
PROGRAMS BUDGETARY REQUIREMENTS (AS PER 2014)

Development of Division Website and On-Line


Connection MISOSA Advocacy Campaign on Tax Payment School Principals as Bridging Leaders Program Coalition Building on Disaster Preparedness and Mitigation

300,000.00

150,000.00 50,000.00

700,000.00
100,000.00 5,900,000.00