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Vision:

San Agustin
Elementary School
commits to produce
children with virtuous,
skills, knowledge, and
wisdom.

Mission:

We the teaching staff


of San Agustin
Elementary School
with the help of the
utility personnel,
national government,
local government, and
concern parents, do
hereby and dedicate
our potential and
services to develop
morally upright,
economically, self-
sufficient, peace-
loving, and God fearing
children responsive to
the needs of the
community and
country.
PROJECT :
ACTOR
ADOPT A
CHILD
TO
READ
4.2-3
MR. ANTONIO R. ABLETES
SCHOOL HEAD/FACILITATOR

MARIVIE O. SUBONG MA.AMPARITO V. LAZO NORA R. NADURA IRENE S. PADAYO EVANGELINE B.NACIONAL
TEAM LEADER SCRIBE DATA ANALYST PRO/COMMUNICATION FACILITATOR
/STATISTICIAN
SCHOOL PERFORMANCE BACKGROUND
SCHOOL PROFILE
ENROLMENT
SCHOOL YEAR MALE FEMALE TOTAL
2013-2014 2444 2218 4662
2014-2015 2621 2429 5050
2015-2016 2711 2489 5200

6000
5000
4000
3000
2000 MALE
1000
0 FEMALE
TOTAL
GRADE VI NAT RESULTS
SCHOOL YEAR MPS
2012-2013 60.09
2013-2014 49.89
2014-2015 48.60

80
60
40
20
0
2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
NUMBER OF TEACHERS
S.Y. 2015-2016
MALE FEMALE
MASTER 0 2
TEACHER II
MASTER 1 7
TEACHER I
TEACHER III 0 18
TEACHER II 1 26
TEACHER I 12 68
TOTAL 14 121 135
PHIL IRI RESULTS FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS
READING LEVEL 2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016
(POSTTEST) (POSTTEST) ( PRE -TEST)
FRUSTRATION 1240 1184 4876
INSTRUCTIONAL 1609 1397 275
INDEPENDENT 866 275 120

6000
5000
4000 FRUSTRATION
3000
INSTRUCTIONAL
2000
1000 INDEPENDENT

0
2013-20142014-20152015-2016
PHIL- IRI RESULTS BY GRADE LEVEL ( PRE-TEST)
AS OF JUNE 2015
GRADE LEVEL ENROLMENT ENGLISH FILIPINO
INDEPENDENT
GRADE II FRUSTRATION INSTRUCTIONAL INDEPENDENT
FRUSTRATION INSTRUCTIONAL

808 415 102 22 335 192 84


478 207 84
GRADE III 820 531 133 52
603 125 74
GRADEIV 822 631 121 46
530 170 73
GRADE V 776 564 148 40
289 222 208
GRADE VI 718 494 135 84
2235 916 523
TOTAL 3944 2635 640 244

3000
2500
2000
1500 ENGLISH
1000 FILIPINO
500
0
FRUSTRATION INSTRUCTIONAL INDEPENDENT
BRAINSTORMED PROBLEMS
PROBLEMS WITHIN BEYOND NO. OF VOTES
LIMITS LIMITS
1. NAT PERFORMANCE 12

2.ABSENTEEISM 4

3. DICIPLINE IN THE 4
CLASSROOM
4. STUDY HABITS 5

5. PARENTS FOLLOW UP 8

6. FINANCIAL (PUPILS) 5

7. INABILITY TO READ 12

8. POOR COMPREHENSION 12
CONCERNS OF
COSTUMERS
COSTUMERS CONCERNS
PRINCIPAL FUNDS
SCHOOL PERFORMANCE
NAT/PHIL-IRI RESULTS

MASTER TEACHERS MENTORING OF TEACHERS


INSTRUCTIONAL SUPERVISION

ADVISERS NONE READERS ARE CONTAINED IN


THE LAST 3 SECTIONS
REMEDIAL READING SCHEDULE

PUPILS LIMITED ATTENTION SPAN


ABSENTEEISM DUE TO FINANCIAL ,
HEALTH AND CHILD WORKING FOR A
LIVING

PARENTS INABILITY TO READ


NO FOLLOW UP
TOO MANY CHILDREN TO TAKE CARE
BUSY WITH WORK
RESULTS OF THE SURVEY QUESTIONS GIVEN TO PARENTS

MGA KATANUNGAN MGA KASAGUTAN NG


MAGULANG
1. Gaano mo kadalas tinutulungan ang iyong anak sa 1/25 madalas
mga gawain sa paaralan? 2/25 madalang
22/25 hindi na mahaharap
2. Ano ang pangunahing dahilan kung bakit parating 5/25 nag computer games
absent ang iyong anak? 8/25 ayaw mag aral
4/25 tumutulong mag alaga ng kapatid
5/25 walang pera pambaon at pamasahe
2/25 di umaabsent

3. Gaano ka kadalas na lumahok sa mga PTA meeting? 3/25 madalas


3/25 madalang
19/25 di lumalahok
4. Dahilan na di-natutukan ang anak 6/25 maraming anak na inintindi
4/25 di marunong magbasa
8/25 namamasukan, madami obligasyon
4/25 ayaw makinig
3/25 meron namang titser
5. Dahilan kung bakit di natutong magbasa ang anak 5/25 mabilis makalimot
7/25 matigas ang ulo
8/25 mas gusto maglaro sa labas
3/25 ayaw magpaturo
INTERVENTIONS
1. Conduct home visitation to pupils at risks,
absentee and has difficulty in reading.
2. Remedial reading session by the
advisers.
3. Send letters to parents for PTC.
4. Giving of special awards during cards day.
5. Using out of the box interventions such as
worksheets, word games, flashcards, AVP,
and reading materials.
CONCLUSION
The 3 top most identified problems which
are subsequently voted 12/12 are the low NAT
performance ,non-readers and low
comprehension can be rooted with the inability
of the children to read. Thus, if pupils can't be
able to read they cant be able to understand
and of course will result to poor academic
performance in NAT.
Addressing the needs of non-readers by
improving their reading abilities can resolved
the priority problem of the school as stipulated
on the data gathered above.
4.2-14
CURRENT SIPOC
Suppliers Inputs Process Outputs Costumer
Principal Send memo Remedial Overseeing the Pupils
remedial
reading by
Master Teacher Conduct oral the teacher Analysis of data Pupils
reading at the
end of school
adviser.
year
Adviser Administer Phil- Identification of Pupils
iri non-readers

Grade Consolidate Providing data Pupils


Chairmen report

ENHANCEMENT
FOR IMPROVED
PTC (PARENT EVALUATION OF PUPILS
CONDUCTING REMEDIAL
TEACHER PUPILS REMEDIATION
PHIL IRI READING
CONFERENCE) PROGRESS ACTIVITIES FOR
AT RISK
READERS

4.2-15
Family NEOPHYTE
PROCESS DETAILS problem/no
formal schooling
TEACHER

of parents May affect


teachers
performance LACK SKILLS
Lack of
INAPPROPIATE AS READING
parents TEACHER
READING
CURRENT follow up Mass
MATERIALS
promotion LACK OF
STATE in a Grade TIME TEACHER
INABILITY TESTS WAS ADVISER IS
OF NOT NOT
START PUPILS CORRECTLY HANDLING
ENGLISH OR
ADMINISTER
TO FILIPINO
READ SUBJECTS

POOR TEACHER
REMEDIAL
PERFORMANCE ADMINISTER
READING BY
OF GRADE 3 SERIES OF
TEACHER
PUPILS IN READING
CLASS
ADVISER
TESTEA

END
GRADE THREE PHIL-IRI PRE-TEST AS OF JUNE 2015
GRADE LEVEL FRUSTRATION INSTRUCTIONAL INDEPENDENT
ENROLMENT ENGLISH | FILIPINO ENGLISH | FILIPINO ENGLISH | FILIPINO

1. Violet 43
2. Pink 43
3. White 42
4. Orange 42
5. Green 42
6. Red 42
7. Brown 42
8. Blue 42
9. Yellow 42
10. Peach 42
11. Maroon 42
12. Gray 42
13. Tangerine 42
14. Lavender 42
15. Indigo 42
16. Purple 42
17. Crimson 42 28

18. Beige 41 34

19. Burgundy 41 36 4.2-17


GRADE THREE NON-READERS AS OF
Grade III Number of Non- Reader Total Number of Pupils IN Rate
JUNE
SECTION 2015 SECTIONS WITH NON-
READERS
9 42 21.43%
GRAY
7 42 16.67%
PEACH
11 44 25%
MAROON
BEIGE 7 41 17.07%

CRIMSON 1 41 2.49%

BURGANDY 2 42 4.76%

LAVENDER 28 41 68.29%

TANGERINE 18 43 41.86%

INDIGO 30 41 73.17%

PURPLE 11 39 28.21%

TOTAL 124 15.07%

4.2-18
GRADE III NON- READERS JUNE 2015

35
30
LEGEND:
25 NON-READERS IN ENGLISH
20 NON- READERS IN FILIPINO

15
10
5
0

4.2-19
FOCUSED PROBLEM
STATEMENT

4.2-20
ROOT CAUSE ISOLATION AND VALIDATION

Probable Cause Validation Conclusion

Class Method Result

Method

Materials

Environment

4.2-21
IWORKING / TOO
LEVEL OF BELIEFS
EMPOWERING THE 20% OF THE PARENT MANY CHILDREN

IDENTIFIED NON- READERS OF


EDUCATION
PROBL EM
PEOPLE
LACK OF
TEACHER MISMATCH SUDDEN SHIFT IN
INSTRUCTION
ASSIGNMENT GRADE LEVEL AL SKILLS

LEAVING
WORKER
PUPILS ABSENTEISM
NOT INTERESTED FAMILY
WITH
RELATIVE
TO STUDY OBLIGATION S
GRADE THREE

NO FILIPINO UNAVAILABILIT DELAYED


BOOKS AND ENGLISH Y OF K12 DEPLOYMENT
FROM DEP ED
MATERIALS BOOKS ISSUED MATERIALS

TOO HIGH FOR STANDARDIZ


READING CHILDREN TO PHIL IRI ED FROM
MATERIALS GRASP DEP ED

TOOL USED TO LACK OF


EVALUATION EVALUATE IS SKILLS IN
NEW
NOT SUITED TEACHER
EVALUATING

PROCEDURE READING SCHOOL


TIME OVERLOADED CALENDAR
PROCESS CONSTRAINT OF
ACTIVITIES
ACTIVITIESM

PHYSICAL
FINANCIAL
HOME FAMILY CONDITION OF
PROBLEM
PROBLEM HOUSE

NOT PLEASANT TOO


ENVIRONMENT PEER INFLUENCED BY CROWDED
UPBRINGING OF
BARKADAS COMMUNIT
GROUP PARENTS
Y
PRIORITY VALID CAUSE

ROOT CAUSE SOLUTIONS VALIDATION REMARKS


METHOD
1. Pupils absenteeism and Home visitation SF1
lack of interest to study Make use of the yellow cab to
fetch pupils
Provide incentive for pupils with Weekly evaluation and
perfect attendance and for their attendance chart
special achievement in
remedial class
2. Lack of parents One on one conference to Reply slip of letters
involvement to their child parents of pupils at risk. sent to parent.
education Parent tutorial session with
their child
3.Remedial reading Make used of skillful reading
sessions teacher to conduct remedial
reading
4. Materials for Master teachers will come up Weekly evaluation of
assessment, remedial with an assessment materials non-readers
reading and evaluation to determine the reading level
of pupils as well as materials
for the whole remedial reading
session and evaluation
OBJECTIVE STATEMENT

REDUCE BY 20% OR 25
OUT OF 124 IDENTIFIED
NON-READERS IN GRADE
III
FUTURE STATE SIPOC

Suppliers Inputs Process Outputs Costumer


Principal Send memo Overseeing the project Pupils
Remedial
CIP TEAM Come up with a
program and
reading by
implement it the selected
Master Teacher Provides assessment., and skillful Assessment and Pupils
remedial reading and evaluation of non-
evaluation materials reading readers

Adviser Administer Phil-iri teachers Identification of non- Pupils


readers
Grade Chairmen Consolidate report Data needed for the Pupils
project
Baranggay Officials Provides support to Freebies for the pupils Pupils
and GPTA Officers the project

ENHANCEMEN
)MEETING T FOR
WITH THE IMPROVED
REMEDIAL EVALUATION
CIP,SCHOOL PUPILS
PLANNING READING OF PUPILS
STEERING REMEDIATION
PROGRAM PROGRESS
COMMITTEE ACTIVITIES
AND PARENTS FOR AT RISK
READERS
6
5
Non Recognition
4
Letter Reader
3 Sound
2 CVC
Word
1
Phrase
0 Sentence
Paragraph
FUTURE STATE ( IMPLEMENTATION PLAN )
ACTIVITY OUTPUT RESPONSIBILITY DUE DATE RESOURCES/
BUDGET

PLANNING MATRIX/ACTION PLAN MONITORS/ NOV.23,2015 NONE


( CIP TEAM ) OVERSEEING
Identifying support team
LAUNCHING OF AWARENESS OF THE ENSURING THE NOV. 27,2015 NONE
EMPOWERING GRADE PROJECT OBJECTIVE MAXIMUM
3 NON READERS OF ALL PARTICIPATION OF
STAKEHOLDERS ALL THE
STAKEHOLDERS
IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPREHENSIVE , ASSISTS,MONITORS DEC.1,2015 TO FEB. NONE
THE REDEFINED EFFECTIVE AND SUPPORT 25,2015
REMEDIAL READING ANDPRODUCTIVE REMEDIAL TEACHERS
PROGRAM REMEDIAL READING AND PUPILS
PROGRAM

WEEKLY EVALUATION THOROUGH AND CLOSE MONITORING WEEKLY NONE


ACCURATE AND RECORDING OF
COLLECTION OF PROGRESS RESULT
DATA/IMPROVEMENT

RECOGNITION PREPARATION OF February 26,2016 1000,00


INCENTIVES TO THE CULMINATING
STAKEHOLDERS ACTIVITY
ACTIVITY OUTPUT RESPONSIBILITY ACTUAL REMARKS
DATE
1.Classifying Non- Master Teachers Nov
readers
2. Assigning Reading Skillful reading CIP Team Nov
Teachers teachers
3.Preparation of Materials suited to Master Teachers Nov
reading materials children's need
4. Practice reading of Recognition of letters Reading Teachers Dec. 1st and 2nd week
letters and sounds and sounds
5. CVC reading CVC and word reading Reading Teachers January 1st week to 3rd
through games, week
pictures and simple
stories
6. Phrase and Phrase and sentence Reading teachers January 4th week to
sentence reading reading February 2nd week
exercises
7. Simple paragraph Simple paragraph Reading teachers February 3rd and 4th
reading exercises reading year
Division of City Schools
Quezon City, 5th District, Metro Manila
School District XVII
SAN AGUSTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Heavenly Drive, San Agustin Novaliches, Quezon City
Tel. No. (02) 376 - 77- 03 E mail Address: sanaelem@gmailcom

Continuous Improvement Program


Adopt A Child to Read

Date Activity/Lesson Persons Involved Time

November 27, 2015 Launching Principal, Master Teachers,


Reading Teachers, Parents,
Pupils, and CIP Team

December 1, 2015 Letter Sounds


A, E, I, U
Reading Teachers, Parents, and
December 2, 2015 Letter Sounds
Pupils
I, U,

December 3, 2015 Letter Sounds


S,M,R

December 4, 2015 Evaluation Master Teachers


December 7, 2015 Letter Sounds
F,B,W

Reading Teachers, Parents, and


December 8, 2015 Letter Sounds Pupils
G,T,P

December 9, 2015 Letter Sounds


C,D,H

December 10, 2015 Letter Sounds


J,K,L

December 11, 2015 Evaluation Master Teachers

December 14, 2015 Letter Sounds


Q,V,N Reading Teachers, Parents, and
Pupils

December 15, 2015 Letter Sounds


X,Y,Z

December 16, 2015 Evaluation Master Teachers


January 4, 2016 Short A
January 5, 2016 Short A (Phrases &
Sentence) Reading Teachers, Parents, and
Pupils
January 6, 2016 Short E
January 7, 2016 Short E (Phrases &
Sentence)

January 8, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers


January 11, 2016 Short I
January 12, 2016 Short I (Phrases & Reading Teachers, Parents, and
Sentence) Pupils

January 13, 2016 Short O


January 14, 2016 Short O (Phrases &
Sentence)

January 15, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers


January 18, 2016 Short U
January 19, 2016 Short U (Phrases & Reading Teachers, Parents, and
Sentence) Pupils

January 20, 2016 Basic Sight Words


(Prepositions)

January 21, 2016 Basic Sight Words


January 22, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers
January 25, 2016
January 26, 2016 Basic Sight Words Reading Teachers, Parents, and
With sentence, short stories Pupils
January 27, 2016
January 28, 2016
January 29, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers
February 1, 2016
CVC Short Stories with Reading Teachers, Parents, and
February 2, 2016
comprehension (Level 1) Pupils
February 3, 2016

February 4, 2016

February 5, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers

February 8, 2016
CVC Short Stories with Reading Teachers, Parents, and
February 9, 2016
comprehension (Level 2) Pupils
February 10, 2016

February 11, 2016

February 12, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers

February 15, 2016


CVC Short Stories with Reading Teachers, Parents, and
February 16, 2016
comprehension (Level 3) Pupils
February 17, 2016

February 18, 2016

February 19, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers

February 22, 2016


CVC Short Stories with Reading Teachers, Parents, and
February 23, 2016
comprehension (Level 4) Pupils
February 24, 2016

February 25, 2016

February 26, 2016 Evaluation Master Teachers


ANO ANG GUSTO MO MAGING
PAGLAKI ?
ANO ANG MASASABI NINYO SA PROGRAMA? ANO ANG
NAIDULOT NITO SA INYONG ANAK SA NGAYON?
MEETING AND FORMING THE
CIP STEERING COMMITTEE
AND READING MATRIX

4.2-37
SELECTION OF
PUPIL BENIFICIARY
FOR ( ACTOR)
PROJECT

4.2-38
The Launching
Ceremony of
SAES Project
ACTOR
November 27, 2016
With the Brgy. Chairman Atty. Roy Osorio, Kagawad Obet
Peralta, GPTA Officers MTs CIP team parents and pupils

4.2-39
READING TEACHERS

THE STAKEHOLDERS..PARENT, PUPILS,GPTA AND BARANGGAY OFFICIALS


FREE BAGS ,UNIFORMS AND LUNCH FROM EXTERNAL
STAKEHOLDERS
HOME VISITATION AND INTERVIEW WITH THE PARENTS
REMEDIAL READING SESSION
CIP Team Steering Committee
Assessment & Reading Teachers
Antonio R. Abletes Evaluation
School Head
1. Rosa Maria G. Costuna 1. Nora Sabado
2. Maria Evangeline D. Labrador 2. Ma. Susie A. Ruedas
Marivie O. Subong 3. Macrina M. Donceras 3. Ma. Kristine A. Peseco
4. Virginia R. Ybera 4. Debbie Ann V. Penaranda
Team Leader 5. Ofelia P. Datu 5. Susanie V. Compacion
6. Donato D. Sobrevilla 6. Michelle C. Barcinas
7. Benedicta P. Macapagal
Ma. Amparito Victoria V. 8. Juliet J. Sincioco
9. Joan Ritchell M. Villafuerte
Lazo 10. Marie Kris C. Fulgar

Scribe
Program and Invitation
Irene S. Padayo &
Nora R. Nadura Grade VI Teachers
Statistician/ Data Analyst
Stage Decoration
Norma V. Montero &
Evangeline D. Nacional Kinder Teachers
Facilitator
Accommodation
SPG &
Irene S. Padayo YES-O Officers
P.I.O
Technical Committee

Mark Anthony R. Peralta


Glenda E. Galman
ADOPT A CHILD TO READ LAUNCHING

10:00 AM 11:00 AM

I. PRAYER Mrs. Ofelia P. Datu


MT I

II. NATIONAL ANTHEM Mrs. Glenda E. Galman

III. WELCOME ADDRESS Mr. Antonio R. Abletes


School Principal
PROJECT:
IV. Briefing About CIP/ Mrs. Marivie O. Subong
Presentation of the: MT-II
ADOPT
CIP Team
A
V. School Steering Committee Mrs. Rosa Maria G.Costuna
Reading Teachers Mrs. Evangeline Nacional CHILD

VI. Presentation of Pupils Mrs. Nora R. Nadura TO


(Beneficiaries)
VII. MESSAGE Atty. Ramiro Osorio READ
Brgy. Chairman Mr. Mark
Anthony R.
VIII. PLEDGE of Commitment Ma. AmparitoVictoria V. Lazo Peralta
Master Teacher I
IX. Moments of Reading Teachers with new TUTEES
CI Project Template
STAGE 1: ASSESS

PROJECT TITLE FUTURE STATE

STAGE 2: ANALYZE
BACKGROUND

CURRENT STATE

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN

PROBLEM ANALYSIS
STAGE 2: ANALYZE

STAGE 3: ACT TEST RESULTS

LESSONS LEARNED