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Don Carlos Village Elementary School

Department of Education National Capital Region Division of City Schools Pasay City

Don Carlos Village Elementary School South District—Cluster 7 Telefax No.: 886-4694

ANNUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT C.Y. 2016

MRS. EMILIA M. OBLIANDA PSDS/OIC Principal 1


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TABLE OF CONTENT PAGE 4 4 4 5 6

Vision Mission Core Values Letter to Schools Division Superintendent I. Introduction II. Socio-Economic Cultural and Demographic Background

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III. History

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IV. Organizational Structure

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V. Flagship Programs and Projects

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VI. Highlights of Accomplishment In Basic Education Services

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A. Access  Key Indicators …………………. 1. Apparent Intake Rate 2. Net Intake Rate 3. Gross Enrolment Rate 4. Net Enrolment Rate 5. Three-Year Enrolment Data in Basic Education …………. a. Kindergarten b. Elementary c. ALS Learners 6. Basic Education Resources …………………. a. Teachers b. Classrooms c. Seats d. Textbooks e. Computers

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B. Quality  National Achievement Test a. Grade 3

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b. Grade 6 C. Efficiency  Key Indicators 1. Cohort Survival Rate 2. Completion Rate 3. Dropout Rate 4. School Leaver Rate 2


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Governance

E. Research and Development

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F. Information and Communication Technology ……………………… 33 G.

Trainings, Workshops and Conferences

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Winnings in Competitions

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Networking and Strengthened Linkages

VII. Challenges and Strategic Directions

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VIII. Forecast and Targets 2016 ( Performance Indicators) IX. Recommendations X. Photos

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VISION We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country and whose competencies and values enable them to realize their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building the nation. As learner-centered public institution the Department of Education continuously improves self to better serve its stakeholders.

MISSION To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable, culture-based and complete basic education where: 

Students learn in a child-friendly, gender sensitive, safe and motivating environment

Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner

Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution ensure an enabling and supportive environment for effective learning to happen

Family, community and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life long learners.

Core Value MakaDiyos Makatao Makakalikasan Makabansa

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Department of Education National Capital Region Division of City Schools Pasay City Don Carlos Village Elementary School

Letter of the Schools Division Superintendent

December 15, 2016

DR. EVANGELINE P. LADINES Schools Division Superintendent Division of City Schools Zamora St. , Pasay City Madam: The undersigned humbly submits the Annual Accomplishment Report CY, 2016 of Don Carlos Village Elementary School. It highlights the accomplishments, programs, projects of the school. This Annual Accomplishment Report is the result of the collaborative effort of this academic institution’s internal and external stakeholders under the stewardship of the school head. Under your leadership we can uphold a quality education for the nation. Very truly yours,

EMILIA M. OBLIANDA PSDS/OIC School Principal

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INTRODUCTION With the new enhanced learning Curriculum, the role of the teacher here is to guide

the learners in the right way and provide them learning opportunities. The pupil discovers his own learning capacity and success depends on the thinking ability of the students. Educators have devised various techniques aimed at meeting diverse needs of pupils. However, the demands for better techniques have become more challenging than ever because of the changes in the individual needs and readiness of the pupils.

K to 12 aims the learners to obtain a skilled job at the age of 18 years old. Selfearned money can be a stepping-stone to pursue tertiary level of education or may lead to a decent simple life. Though K to 12 has longer span of educating the citizen, the preparations for a sustainable living is much appropriate for a poor country like ours.

Continuous

monitoring, evaluation, re-planning, preparations, organizing and implementation is needed in consonance with the Millennium Development Goals (MDG) in achieving Education for All (EFA)

For K-12 will put Filipino students at par with the rest of the world. Truly, investing in education is the key toward reaching national growth and development.

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Socio-Economic Cultural

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Demographic Background

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COMMUNITY PROFILE SOCIO-CULTURAL

Many enterprising people living in Baclaran and the neighboring places have, for quite a long time, been subjecting the Manila International Airport (MIA) to squatting activities. These activities date back to 1956 or even earlier. No amount of vigilance could stop the squatters from making more and more attempts to build houses inside the MIA premises. The Airport police under Major Sabas Fernandez organized anti-squatting squads with specific instructions but failed again and again to prevent squatters from coming in. The number of squatters grew so rapidly into hundreds of them most especially in what is now called Sto. NiĂąo.

Late in 1966, a group of CAA Employees who organized themselves into CAA Airways Operations Association believed that they might as well make a try to petition the government to convert a certain area into a housing project rather than allow the squatters to get all they wanted of the airport areas.

The late Amado S. Mira, Mr. Nestor Carillo, Mr. Sulpicio Amao, Atty. Angel Berdin, Mr. Juan Angat, Mr. Zosimo Derpo, Mr. Saturnino Valero, and the rest of the Officers of the association were instrumental in the petition for a housing project within the present area of Don Carlos Village for low-salaried employees of the CAA. The petition was addressed to then President Carlos P. Garcia for the release of the targeted area . After the naming of the place Don Carlos Village, inauguration of the village was made on July 15, 1967. There was jubilation among the lessee-employees with the officials of the CAA. Don Carlos Village belongs to Congressional District I. There are four barangays in the school’s catchment area (Bgy. 187, 188, 189 and Barangay 190). The village is surrounded by high-rise houses due to the limited space given to the settlers. So, they maximize the space by building their houses upwards. Apartel buildings, improved schools, developed streets and establishments are now in this community. Barangay Councils in the community delegate tanods to ensure peace and order in the place, where street fraternity fighting is rampant. Moreover, police patrol cars roam around busy streets. 8


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Geo-Political:

Don Carlos Village is located at latitude 14° 31' 54” N (DMS) and longitude 121° 0' 1” E (DMS).

The village is a bustling community. It has its own talipapa, stores, shops, beauty parlors, school, church and a number of high-rise houses. On the threshold of the village is the road named BAC III that crosses the Estero De Tripa de Galina.

The MMDA Flood Control Pumping Station is located in the estero. The surrounding areas near the pumping station, have been congested with informal settlers who ply their trade in the nearby Baclaran area.

The village is about 258 m. from LRT Baclaran Station, and 466 m. from EDSA in the North. From the south, about 934 m. from old Manila Domestic Airport . The village is adjacent to Barangay Baclaran, Paranaque in the West and the LRT depot in the South East. of 11.7 hectares. The total area includes what is presently known as Sto. Niño, the LRT area now called Barrio Pilipino starting from Taft Ave. to Sargento Mariano and the area side by side with the cemetery and San Gregorio Subdivision towards the pumping Station near BAC I From the LRT at Taft Ave., the boundary of Don Carlos is the water way that runs towards the Don Carlos Bridge near the pumping station. At this juncture, when the housing project became habitable, it was then divided into lots for occupancy of the beneficiaries, a new association was born. The constituents named it Don Carlos Village Homeowners Association to fit into the intended name of the housing project that would honor the President who signed Proclamation 621.

The new association was an offshoot, perhaps of the protectionism attitude of the employees as the squatters renewed their activities to occupy more areas for themselves and harassments were expected from time to time.

As it was the intention of the lessees to perpetuate the name of their benefactor, the President of the homeowners association petitioned the Pasay City Council to adopt the name “Don Carlos Village” over the entire 11.7 hectares encompassed by Presidential Proclamation No. 621.

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Indeed the City Council acquiesced to the request by promulgating City Ordinance No. 697 enacted on April 25, 1967, signed by Pablo Cuneta as Mayor and by Jovito Claudio as Vice mayor and presiding Officer of the City Council and attested by Lorenzo S. Ramos as Secretary to the Mayor and Julian Florentino as Secretary to the Municipal Board..

Ordinance No. 697 dated April 25, 1967 runs, thrust: “AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE ADOPTION OF THE NAME DON CARLOS VILLAGE TO THE PROPOSED HOUSING PROJECT NO.1 LOCATED WITHIN THE CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION COMPOUND AND NAMING THE UNNAMED STREETS” – SPONSORED BY Councilor Santos.

Geographic Features: Bounded in the north by the city of Manila, in the northeast by the city of Makati and inthe south by the city of Paranaque, and in the west by the Manila Bay. Approximately located at latitude 14º32' and longitude 121º01 E’. Part of Bgy. 187, on Constellation Street Don Carlos Village, Pasay City. The smallest school in the South District in terms of lot size.

Demography: The village has a population of 12,153 based on the recently conducted 2010 Census on Population and Housing. Enterprising migrants continue to flock the village because of its proximity to Baclaran area.

Most of the residents are wage-earners working in domestic and international airports. On the other hand some of the residents are employed in different stalls in Baclaran area or working in different government agencies and private companies

Economy: Since most of the residents in the village are employees of Civil Aviation Authority, or descendants of former employees, they belong to middle to low income family. The proximity of the village to Baclaran area has attracted migrants mostly coming from the South, to engage in business of retailing.

A number of eateries, mini wet market and stores under the LRT rail can be seen on the threshold of Don Carlos Village in the North. The village is adjacent to Barangay Baclaran in the West.

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Don Carlos Village Elementary School, the smallest school in the South District with a land area of 800 sq. m., is located on Bgy. 187, Constellation St., Don Carlos Village, Pasay City. The school was named after President Carlos P. Garcia who approved Proclamation No. 621, the law that provided the housing project for CAA employees.

DCVES HISTORY The school is located in the Friendship plaza which is intended as recreation park of the village. The land where the school is situated, is a reservation area which was acquired on January 11, 1973 and had an estimated value of Php 40,000.00 at that time. At present , the school is at the tip of the village if you are coming from the North beside the Church of Our Lady of Fatima .

During the administration of Jovito Claudio as Mayor of Pasay City, a move was afoot to have a school house in the village. Mrs.Teodora Reyes, who used to teach in Pasay City Public School, made several representations with the School City Board for the project but failed to get the necessary support.

To augment the force of Mrs. Reyes in this direction, Mr. Sulpicio Amao, president of the Homeowners Association, approached Mayor Claudio and immediately the next day two truck loads of materials for a pre-fab, four room school house was delivered to him. But politics got in the way in the construction of the school because Mayor Claudio lost in the election. The materials given for the construction of the school was attracting those people who were engage in buy and sell of iron and metal materials. Mr. Amao was thankful in the emergence of Atty. Pedro Ocampo who was in the good graces of the Mayor Cuneta and assumed the responsibility of building the school. 11


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But when the construction of the LRT depot started in 1980, the surrounding area of the school was reclaimed, giving rise to its present condition Mr. Conrado Santero, Head Teacher, was the first principal of the school. The five pioneering teachers were Amparo Pasang, Alejandra Villaruel, Solita Aguilar, Pacifica Mabutas and Antonio Ferrera. Eventually, the school was upgraded to a complete elementary school and by 1974, the through the help of Mayor Jovito Claudio. first 52 graduates marched and received their certificates In 1987, from its humble beginnings, a two-storey building with 13 instructional rooms was built through the funds of Congresswoman Lorna V. Yap. Pupils are gathered in one of the four rooms of the Pre-fab building constructed

The contribution of Atty. Ocampo in the completion of the first school building in Don Carlos Village has earned for him the presidency of the PTA for several school years even if he doesn’t have a child enrolled in the said school as it should have been the case.

The school used to be surrounded by swamp where fishes, water lilies and swamp cabbage abound. Teachers and pupils used to walk on wooden bridges to reach the school. They even used to catch fishes for their lunch. The school used to be surrounded by swamp where fishes, water lilies and swamp cabbage abound.

Teachers and pupils used to walk on wooden bridges to reach the school. They even used to catch fishes from the swamp for their lunch.

In November, 2010, Phase 1 of a four-storey building The Pioneers...Mr. Antonio Ferrera began through the initiative of then Mayor Wenceslao second line far left, Ms. Aguilar in the middle, Ms. “Peewee” Trinidad. This is funded through the local School Mabutas, with glasses. Educational Fund in the amount of Php 40 million pesos. But the completion of the building was halted because of the local election then.

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When Mayor Antonino G. Calixto, took his office as the new mayor of Pasay City, the construction of Phase 2 and 3 was continued.

Finally, the construction of the four-storey building with 21 classrooms and an open space on the first floor was completed.

The new building is the haven for 1,634 pupils and 29 permanent regular and 12 contractual teachers that implement the Enhanced Basic Education curriculum under the supervision of a school head. The wooden bridges that teachers and pupils used to reach the school.

The school offers complete curriculum in Kindergarten up to Grade 6 level for school-aged children, GAM for over-age learners and Alternative Learning System for Out– ofSchool-Youth and Adults. There are 3 utility workers and 2 security guards that maintain the school’s cleanliness and safety.

The school can be accessed through the Airport Road in the South and LRT Taft Avenue Extension, Baclaran via Sto. Nino Street in the North.

The new four-storey building with 20 9x 7 classrooms .

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CRISSANDRA ALENTAJAN

Organizational Structure

ALCHIEL T. CACACHO

PAMELA M. AYSON

JENNILLE Q. GARRIEL

JONAS B. LUCIANO

CATHERINE P. LUMANTAS

ROMNICK C. CAPILITAN

MICHILLE B. BONGAT

JANE PARCON

LEILANE V. MALIG

JAYSON RODRIGUEZ

RENALYN B. GAMBOA

JONAS B. LUCIANO

ERMETHIAS ZEN HELLENIC M. GANADEN

BALANGI LAWAN

ISHNIHAYA B. MANALAO

LORRAINE MAKALINTAL

JOHN KHEN M. ANGOT

ALIVE

RODEL A. BLASCO

LENY B. CRUZ

MYLENE C. FLORENDO

RIZALYN L. DELA CRUZ

EMILIA M. OBLIANDA PSDS/ OIC PRINCIPAL

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Organizational Structures

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Flagship Programs

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Projects

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CURRICULUM: In compliance with Republic Act No. 10533, Implementing Rules and Regulations ( IRR ) on the Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 and R.A.No. 10157, an act of institutionalizing the Kindergarten Education into the Basic Education System, K to 12 education and other mandated rules was signed by Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC, Secretary of DepEd, Dr. Patricia B. Lucuanan, Chairperson of CHED, Sec. Emmanual Joel J. Villanueva, Director General of TESDA, on September 04, 2013.

Elementary Education has the first stage of compulsory formal education of one year in Kindergarten starting at the age of 5 years old and second stage which starts in Grade One for children at least 6 yeas old up to Grade 6. Grade 7 to 12 is for the secondary level.

The new curriculum follows the spiral approach across subjects by building on the same concepts developed in increasing complexity and sophistication starting in Grade One.

Kindergarten follows the Developmentally Appropriate Practices under various domains having the thematic approach of learning.

While in Grade I and II, the former four subject areas taught is now seven adding Mother Tongue, Music, Art, P.E. & Health (MAPEH) and Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (ESP). Makabayan is renamed as Araling Panlipunan in Grade I & II.

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The development of literacy, numeracy skills and learning of concepts first is through Mother Tongue. This is a separate learning area which aims to develop oral fluency in Mother tongue for Grade One. The daily time allotment is for 50 minutes. Filipino subject has daily time allotment of 30 minutes. English has the same time allotment and will be introduced only in the second semester. Mathematics will use the mother tongue and time allotment is 50 minutes. Araling Panlipunan aims to develop concepts on responsibility towards oneself, family, country and God for the benefit of mankind. It has daily time allotment of 40 minutes. Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH) focuses on the development of knowledge and skills necessary for artistic expression and cultural literacy. P.E. is anchored on the tenet “Move to Learn and Learn to Move with the ultimate goal of achieving life long fitness. Health will enable learners to acquire knowledge, attitudes, skills

Filipino as a learning area, like English, provides for the development of competencies in listening, speaking, reading, and writing, in other words communication oral and written mastering two languages.

Mathematics develops the ability to comprehend numerical concepts and basic skills in various field of specialization as the foundation for broader learning. It intensify word problem solving and enhance love for numbers through attending seminars and trainings. It is taught for 60 minutes in Gr. IV to VI but given a longer time of 70 to 90 minutes in the lower Grades.

Makabayan provides balance in real life situations as it addresses primarily societal needs. It is taught for 90 minutes in Grades Three, for 120 minutes in Grade Four, and HeKaSi for 140 minutes in Grades Five and Six.

Science and Health is introduced as a separate learning area in Grade Three. This area aims to help the child gain a functional understanding of science concepts and principles linked with real-life situations, and acquire science skills, as well as scientific attitudes and values necessary in solving everyday problems pertaining to health and sanitation, nutrition, the environment and conservation. The daily time allotment for this area is 40 minutes for Grade Three and 60 minutes for Grades Four to Six. 17


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Musika, Sining at Edukasyon sa Pagpapalakas ng Katawan (MSEP) are still in Grade IV to Grade VI. The daily time allotment for MSEP is 40 minutes

Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao aims to develop a value-laden learner promoting the common good of all through the five macro skills of understanding, discernment, consultation, decision-making and moving/ acting. The daily time allotment is 30 minutes. Values in Character Education subject complete the individual personality.

Withstanding the need for practicum in daily life activities, EPP Agro/Industrial and H.E. provides experiences to prepare learners for their future. Though the school facilities do not provide space for planting, a seminar on Urban gardening was conduced by city hall personnel to selected pupils of grades IV, V and VI and parents to influence city people to put up gardens even at home. Household chores and simple repairs are taught in this subject. Cooking for feeding program gave pupils more time to master food preparation skills necessary to promote good nutrition, prevent and control of diseases, maintaining a healthy family and community. Segregation of waste is part of Eco-savers program to reduce, reuse and recycle waste matter.

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Flagship Programs and Projects The institution’s most sincere desire to enrich the curriculum in order to make it more fitted to pupilstakeholders, and at the same time respond to the needs, challenges and demands of the present generation of learners, the following department and school-based curricular programs are being implemented to:

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Provide educational access to all children of school-age and out-of–school youths.—Education For All (EFA)

1.1 K-12 Program Advocacy 1.2 Early Enrolment Campaign 1.3 Implementation of “No Collection Policy” 1.4 Brigada Eskwela 1.5 Oplan Balik Eskwela 1.6 Child-Friendly School System 1.7 Adopt-A-Child Program 1.8 Oplan : Sagip Mag-aaral”

1.9 Alternative Learning System - Literacy A and E Test 1.10 Drop-out Intervention Program 1.11 Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)/Scholarship Program from NGO’s and Private Individuals 1.12 Child Abuse Prevention Through Personal Safety Lessons 1.13 Green School Program 1.14 School Feeding Program 1.15 Integrated Health & Nutrition Program 

Physical examination of pupils, teachers and non-teaching personnel

Physical assessment of athletes, boys scouts, and participants for international and local competitions

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Deworming of all Supplementary Feeding Program Beneficiaries with parent’s permit

Deworming of all Kinder to Grade VI pupils of the Division with parent’s permit

Deworming of all qualified candidates for the Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program (4Ps)

Vision Testing and simple Hearing Test of pupils, for suspected pupils only

Lecture on Nutrition and Common Ailments of Children and Adults

Oral Health Education

Oral Check-Up

Dengue Vaccine

2. Provide quality and relevance of Basic Education to all children school-age and out-of–school youths in the community. 2.1 Enhancement of Instructional Competence - INSETs 2.2 MTAP Saturday Classes for Regular and Talented Pupils 2.3E-Classrooms/DepEd Computerization Program 2.4 ICT Integration in Math, Science and English 2.5 Exploratory Journalism 2.6 Administration of Dolch, Phil-IRI in English and Batayang Talasalitaan 2.7 Project LEAPS (Unified Evaluation of Learning Outcomes) 2.8 Leadership Training for Pupils 2.9 Science Fair-YES-O 2.10 Remedial Reading Program 

SWRLT (Start With A Reading/Listening Text)

Reading Center/Corner

Reading Proficiency (DEAR : Drop Everything and Read)

Summer Camp Across Learning Areas

2.11 Journalism Classes

2.12 School-Based Research Development Program 2.13 Personal Safety Lessons 2.14 Read Aloud Program for Grade II 2.15 Sports Development 20


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3. Provide a better curriculum development 3.1 Prepared enhancement exercises for Least Mastered Skills (LMS) in all the subject areas 3.2 Reproduction of Instructional Materials in all learning areas 3.3Preparation and Reproduction of Least Mastered Skills Exercises in Science (Grades III-VI) in all learning areas 3.4Use of Integrated Core Curriculum using the Developmental Appropriate Practices with Thematic Approach for Kindergarten Classes 3.5Preparation of Interactive Lessons across all learning areas 4. Provide efficiency and effectiveness of a School System 4.1 DCVES SYNERGEIA—Staff Development (In-service Training, Scholarship Grants, Quality Circle, Demonstration Lesson) 4.2 Student Development (Monitoring test results, Close supervision) 4.3 Maintenance and repair of facilities and learning venues 4.4 Reproduction and Administration of the Philippine Informal Reading Inventory (PhilIRI) Test 4.5 Conduct School-based Activity Researches 4.6 Linkages with LGU’s and NGO’s for added support (Rotary Club of Pasay, UNICEF, I Care Compassion Ministry and Air Force)

4.7 Gender and Development (GAD) 4.8 Senior Citizens Program 4.9 Result-based Performance Management System 5. Provide the institutionalization of early childhood care and development. 5.1 Assessment of ECCD

5.2 Kinder MasterChef 5.3 Search for Mr. and Ms. VegeKids 5.4 Kid Scout 5.5 Twinkler 21


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5.6 Educational Field Trips 5.7 Kindergarten Festival of Talents 5.8 Kindergarten Summer Camp

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Highlights of Accomplishments A. Access

* Key Indicators Indicator Gross/Apparent Intake Rate (AIR)

Net Intake Rate

Gross Enrolment Rate

Net Enrolment Rate

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

NCR

121.29

117.03

112.78

108.52

104.26

100.00

Pasay

84.55

87.64

90.73

93.82

96.91

100%

DCVES

94.83

116.98

135.22

120

110

100%

NCR

62.04

69.63

77.23

84.82

92.41

100%

Pasay

42.85

53.28

63.73

74.18

84.63

100%

DCVES

94.83

116.98

135.22

50

75

100

NCR

104.25

105.40

106.55

107.70

108.85

100.

Pasay

86.89

98.11

101.11

104.11

107.11

100

DCVES

114.53

104.53

101.48

101

100

100

NCR

90.72

92.57

94.43

96,29

98.14

100.

Pasay

76.09

80.11

85.67

90.46

95.25

100

DCVES

103.36

103.15

98.93

99.9

100

100

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Three-Year Comparative Enrollment S.Y. 2014-2017 2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

M

F

Total

M

F

Total

M

F

Total

K

137

114

251

127

118

245

162

109

271

I

177

134

311

161

137

298

127

138

265

II

124

131

255

161

130

291

150

142

292

III

131

109

240

113

134

247

151

142

293

IV

102

82

184

121

117

238

147

113

260

V

115

101

216

106

77

183

114

130

244

VI

90

87

177

105

102

207

122

123

245

ALS

26

4

30

34

26

60

12

13

25

ALIVE

0

0

0

0

0

0

27

37

64

Total

876

758

1,634

894

815

1709

973

897

1895

2000 1500 1000 500 0 M

F

Total

M

F

2013-2014 2014-2015

Total

M

F

Total

2015-2016

The enrollment during the three consecutive years is apparently increasing.

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Basic Education Resources A. Number of Teachers S.Y. 2014-2017

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Teachers M

F

T

M

F

T

M

F

T

MT2

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

1

1

MT1

0

1

1

0

1

1

0

1

1

T3

1

4

5

1

4

5

0

5

5

T2

0

6

6

0

6

6

0

5

5

T1

3

25

28

3

25

28

6

30

36

ALIVE Teachers

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

2

TOTAL

2

27

29

4

37

41

6

45

51

Teacher –Pupil Ratio

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

1: 56

1:41

1:40

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B. Instructional Rooms S.Y. 2014-2017

2014-2015 2015-2016 2016-2017

No. of Classroom

15

15

15

Science laboratory

1

1

1

1

1

1

H.E Room

1

1

1

Active Room

1

1

1

Industrial Arts Room

B. Service Centers S.Y. 2014-2017

2015-2016

2016-2017

Property

1

1

1

Clinic/Dental

1

1

1

Canteen

1

1

1

Feeding Room

1

1

1

Guidance

1

1

1

Library

1

1

1

Small Quadrangle

1

1

1

Toilets

12

12

12

Washing Area

3

3

3

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C. School Furniture (Desks/Armchairs/Computers) 2014-2017 SCHOOL FURNITURE

2014-2015

2015-2016 2016-2017

No. of Table Armchairs

575

575

575

No. of Desks

100

100

100

No. of Table/Chair Set

0

0

0

No. of Teachers’ Table

25

25

25

No. of Teachers’ Chairs

34

34

34

No. of Blackboards

32

32

32

No. of computers

6

6

6

D. Textbooks S.Y. 2016-2017 Subject Area

English 

Grade Level One

Two

488

350

Three

Four

Five

Six

264

Language

200

200

270

Reading

216

200

270

Science

252

288

200

134

252

252

252

226

200

180

212

324

200

180

212

200

235

264

200

200

EPP

264

0

0

MSEP

252

0

0

Math

372

Filipino

252

120

255

Pagbasa

 

Wika

Sibika/Hekasi/AP

270

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B. Quality NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT RESULTS - GRADE THREE 60

50

40

30

20

10

0 Filipino

Filipino

Math

English 2012-2013

Filipino

Filipino

Reading

Grammar

2012-2013

46.39

48.91

2013-2014

54.48

45.73

Listening

Book Print

Compre & Knowledge

Math

English

Science

Mean

2013-2014

English Reading

English Grammar

Science

Mean

42.34

48.25

57.01

47.01

47.69

35.58

44.24

44.22

31.97

43.19

Vocabulary

Spelling

Grammar

Reading Compre

Study Skills

Mean

English

64.17

47.43

64.63

61.43

45.79

38.91

63.25

55.76

Filipino

76.35

76.38

66.26

60.71

60.63

53.13

58.25

65.97

90 80 70 60 50 40

30 20 10 0

Listening

Book Print

Vocabulary

Spelling

Reading

Study

Mean

English

64.17

47.43

64.63

61.43

45.79

38.91

63.25

55.76

Filipino

76.35

76.38

66.26

60.71

60.63

53.13

58.25

65.97

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70 60 50

40 30 20

10 0 English

Math

Science 2012-2013

Filipino 2013-2014

Hekasi

Mean

2014-2015

YEAR

English

Math

Science

Filipino

Hekasi

Mean

2012-2013

52.5

69.39

54.79

67.65

72.12

63.29

2013-2014

63.83

75.26

68.03

75.23

56.53

67.78

2014-2015

65.71

63.41

59.78

62.63

56.30

61.57

Performance Indicators

Baseline

TARGETS

2015

2016

2017 DCVES

2018 SDO

DCVES

2019

SDO

DCVES

SDO

DCVES

SDO

SDO

DCVES

Achievement Rate (NAT-6)

62.79

61.57

64.83

64.83

66.87 66.87

68.91 68.91

70.95 70.95

Filipino

65.77

62.63

67.31

67.31

68.85 68.85

70.39 70.39

70.93 70.93

Mathematics

60.49

63.41

62.91

62.91

65.33 65.33

67.75 67.75

70.17 70.17

English

65.41

65.71

67.01

67.01

68.61 68.61

70.21 70.21

71.81 71.81

Science

61.51

59.78

63.76

63.76

66.01 66.01

68.26 68.26

70.51 70.51

HEKASI (AP)

60.77

56.30

63.14

63.14

65.51 65.51

67.88 67.88

70.25 70.25

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C. Efficiency

* Key Indicators Performance Indi-

Baseline

TARGETS

2015 SDO

DCVES

2016 SDO

DCVES

2017 SDO

DCVES

2018 SDO

DCVES

2019 SDO

DCVES

CohortSurvival Rate

66.8 72.43 72.4 72.43 77.93 77.43 9 1

83.45 83.45

88.97 88.97

Completion Rate

64.7 81.48 70.6 81.48 76.52 81.48 8 5

82.39 82.39

88.26 88.26

1.29

0.86

School Leaver 2.58 3.61

2.15 2.15

1.72

1.72

1.29

0.86

Achievement Rate (LAPG-3) 

English

56.8 55.76 59.8 59.89 62.91 62.91

65.93 65.93

68.95 68.95

Tagalog

66.1 65.97 67.6 67.60 69.08 69.08

70.56 70.56

72.04 72.04

Achievement Rate (NAT-6)

62.7 61.57 64.8 64.83 66.87 66.87 9 3

68.91 68.91

70.95 70.95

Filipino

65.7 62.63 67.3 67.31 68.85 68.85

70.39 70.39

70.93 70.93

Mathematics

60.4 63.41 62.9 62.91 65.33 65.33 9 1

67.75 67.75

70.17 70.17

English

65.4 65.71 67.0 67.01 68.61 68.61

70.21 70.21

71.81 71.81

Science

61.5 59.78 63.7 63.76 66.01 66.01

68.26 68.26

70.51 70.51

HEKASI (AP)

60.7 56.30 63.1 63.14 65.51 65.51 7 4

67.88 67.88

70.25 70.25

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D. Governance “Public service is a public trust”.

Don Carlos Village Elementary School (DCVES) adheres to this principles of transparency by keeping tracks of all data required to be accredited. An archive of learners, faculty and staff profile and learning outcomes plus the records of the school facilities, building development, furniture and equipment are kept in the Enhanced Basic Education Information System (EBEIS) and School Based Management (SBM) Room. All this information is collated in the Fiscal Budget Report, SIP, Annual Report, SRC and AIP. Internal auditing by the disbursement officers and the Teachers’ Club officers as well, is part of anti-corruption efforts of the school, is being posted on the Transparency Board for everybody’s reference. A Citizen Charter, Guidelines in the Operation of Canteens and Child Protection Program Committee are some protection of the public school children. Services given to school-age children are for the cognitive aspect of learners well-being, also the physical fitness in joining sports competitions and their aesthetic capabilities in arts and culture. Social values are developed within the various activities participated in by the learners through scouting, celebrations and clubs’ organizations like the Yes-O, SPG, Journalism, Agro Eco-Savers, MTAP, Sports /Cultural group and H.E. All of these school activities are documented and placed in the SBM room as artifacts. A Team of teachers was organized to monitor the Philippine Accreditation System for Basic Education (PASBE) 31


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Where in continuous supervision and observation of classes of at least once a month to teachers was pursued by the School Head to improve quality of teaching methods and strategies of teachers. Job embedded learning ( JEL) were done by grade level to enhance personal and professional growth and enrich the K to 12 curriculum implemented in Kinder, Gr. I and Gr. II. PASBE Team of DCVES School-year, 2016-2017 Principle 1: Leadership & governance Mrs. Emilia M. Oblianda Principal Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan Ms. Jennille Q. Garriel Principle 2: Curriculum and Learning Mrs. Gelane T. Dagdag Master Teacher II Mrs. Marites OpeĂąa Kindergarten Mrs. Gina D. Diaz Grade I Mrs. Geraldine Grade II Ms. Rizalyn T. Lanuza Grade III Mrs. Leny Cruz Grade IV Mrs. Sardonica V. Bajado Grade V Mrs. Erna B. Valleja Grade VI Principal 3: Mrs. Sardonica V. Bajado Master Teacher I Accounting & Continuous Improvement School Governing Council Master Teachers Principle 4: Mrs. Emilia M. Oblianda Principal Mrs. Gelane T. Dagdag Master Teacher II Mrs. Sardonica V. Bajado Master Teacher I Ms. Ma. Rosita P. Rivero Mr. Jonas Luciano Mrs. Erna Valleja Mrs. Rizalyn L. Dela Cruz

CHILD PROTECTION COMMITTEE School-year, 2016-2017 Chairperson: Mrs. Emilia M. Oblianda Principal Co– Chairperson: Janeta T. Galvante Guidance Teacher Members: Ma. Rosita P. Rivero Teacher Representative Irene Gayeta PTA representative Allanah Tendenilla SPG President DCVES Brgy. Council for Protection of Children Brgy Capt. Edilberto C. Atienza Brgy. 187 Brgy. Capt. Hermina Flores Brgy. 188 Brgy. Capt. Rolando Ramos Brgy. 189 Brgy. Capt. Alma Pichay Brgy. 190

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E. Research and Development Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan, DCVES Kindergarten Teacher will be conducted a research entitled “THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTERACTIVE INSTRUCTION USING MULTIPLE MICE DESIGNED FOR THE KINDERGARTEN PUPILS IN DCVES�. She used to conduct this study since in the Division of Pasay City, the kindergarten teachers are grateful enough to receive from the local government through Special Education Fund (SEF) a set of LCD projector with pointers and wide screen.

Therefore, with this facility, the researcher wants to extract the use of the resources to the fullest by introducing multiple mice to the kindergarten learners. It is an add-on by Computer software giant Microsoft to its popular PowerPoint product that allows it to convert a computer mouse into a clicker. It does not have the full functionality of commercial clickers but it already accords the teachers enough interactivity. Since most teachers are already adept in using Microsoft products and computer mouse are already available everywhere, this technology now becomes one of the likely candidates for implementation in the classroom. The researcher personally used Mouse Mischief/ Multiple Mice in her class as an interactive instructional material. She used this program during her regional demonstration teaching last October 2015 as one innovation in teaching kindergarten. The researcher wants to use this technology as a tool to see if indeed, a cheap implementable technology will give impact in teaching methodology of the teachers

F. Information and Communication In the implementation of the Deped Computerization Program and ELearning Program of the Division of City Schools, Pasay City, the Don Carlos Village Elem School was one of the schools who have been given DCP Multimedia Equipment to conduct formal teaching of ICT once a week during off session/remedial time in Grade One and Two, in Makabayan subject for Grade Three and during EPP subject for Grade Four to Six. Handling the ICT subject is Miss Michille Bongat who teaches basic Computer knowledge such as History of Computer, Parts of Computer and Proper Handling of Computer; and Computer Application such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

Emilia M. Oblianda

INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR DepED

Batangas

NCR National

Particip ants

Cebu City

Particip ants Particip ants

Dec. 27- 29, 2016

Pre – Planning Activity cum Workshop on Regional Convention for ALIVE and ALS

Dec. 18,2016

14-

Bi-Annual Conference Cum Workshop for Muslim Educ. Program Implementers

October 22,2016

21-

DepED -Pasay

TICC

October 14, 2016

13-

Live-In Planning Workshop on the Preparation of Project Procurement Management Plan and Annual Procurement Plan for FY 2017 Orientation on Division Monitoring & Evaluation System & Basic Training Course in the Utilization of MEA Technology

DepED -Pasay

SDOPasay

Particip ants

October 8,2016

Seminar on ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM for PSDS & Principals

DepED -Pasay

Sept.2830,2016 Sept. 2627,2016 Aug. 31-Sept. 2, 2016

3-Day Workshop Orientation on the National Musabaqah “ SKILLS Exhibition” Seminar on the Revised IRR of R. A. 9184

DepED -Pasay

DepED -Pasay

Particip ants Particip ants Particip ants Particip ants

Aug, 4-5, 2016

Revitalizing Research and Development, Recharging Educational Dynamos in SDOPasay 2-Day Division Training Workshop of GAD Focal Point System, SHs, GAD School’s Focal Person on Gender Responsive Planning and Budgeting

SDOPasay Baguio City SDOPasay SDOPasay

DepED -Pasay

SDOPasay

Particip ants

June 2829,2016

Enhancing Facilitation and Presentation Skills Workshop

DepED -Pasay

SDOPasay

Particip ants

May 1920,2016

2-Day Division Seminar on GAD Concepts, Legal Mandates and Other Policies Towards Responsive Planning and Budgeting Orientation of Division Superintendents and Principals on Dengue Vaccine Implementation

DepED -Pasay

PNSD

Particip ants

DepEd NCR

Polo Hotel,

Particip ants

Feb. 29Mar.3,2016

Regional Annual Convention of ALS ,Abot –Alam ,ALIVE, SPED Stakeholders

DepED -Pasay

Feb. 10,2016

Seminar Workshop on the Process of Preparation of the Enhanced SIP Cum CIP & SRC Division Training –Workshop on Handling Children With Disability in an Inclusive Setting

DepED -Pasay

Eurotel Baguio SDOPasay

Particip ants Particip ants

SDOPasay

Particip ants

April 7,2016

Jan. 2931,2016

DepED -Pasay

DepED -Pasay

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

INCLUSIVE DATES

VENUE

Role

Privato Hotel, Pasig City

Writer

District

VABES KALAYAAN DCvES

Participant

Revision on development of a contextualized primer stories comes & activities handbook for kinder

DEped-NCR (Region)

NCR conference hall

Resource person/ writer

Nov 7-11,2016

Writes shop on the finalization of kindergarten teacher guide(ktg)

Legend villas hotel

writer

Oct 24-26 2016

Division in-service training for kindergarten teacher

DepedCentral (national) Depedmalabon

Resource speaker

Oct 2016

Semestral-break in-service training for teacher

DepedDCVES (School level)

Patero elem. school DCVES

Oct. 1821 ,2016

Seminar workshop on the development of contextualized primer stories comes activities handbook for kindergarten

Deped-NCR

Oct 10-14 2016

Writeshop on the kindergarten assessment resourse book

DepEd central

Sept 23,2016

Writeshop on the revision of the kindergarten teacher’s guide

Deped-central

August 31sept 1,2016

3rd SDO-pasay research festival

August 2016

Division Seminar workshop for private school

TITLE

December 5-9, 2016

Writeshop on the Revision of the Kindergarten Materials

Nov.21-25 Nov.28-29

WHO GAVE THE TRANING /SEMINAR DepEd Central Office (National)

ELLN

Dec.5-9,2016

Nov 15,2016

12-

24-28

Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

19-

19-20

Stradella hotel

–

RESOURCE Speaker/ participant writer

Pass dorm deped central office Stradella hotel

writer

DEped -pasay

TICC TAGAYTAY

Participant

Deped-pasay

D.O conference hall

Trainer

writer

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING /SEMINAR Deped -pasay

VENUE

Role

EDSES Conference room/ D.O conference room DepedPasay

Consultant

July 2,9,16,13&30, 2016

Development of the kindergarten daily lesson log(week1-40)

July 16 2016

Contextualization of kindergarten progress report card

Deped-Pasay

June 10, 2016

1 day training on formation of values for kindergarten pupils at early age 2 day training of newly hired kindergarten teacher

Deped-pasay

final revice &signing of 3rd draft of textbooks& teachers manual for grades 5,6,11&12 Review of revised textbooks& teachers manual for grades 5,6,11&12

Deped-central

NEAP-NCR

Deped-Central

Legal Division conference room

June 7-8,2016

Deped-pasay

D.O Conference room D.O Conference room

Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

May 31 10,2016

June

May 17-21,2016

May 16,2016

April 19-23,2016

April 4-15,2016

Review of the proposed policy guidelines on daily lesson preparation for the k to 12 basic education program Quality assurance of grades 11&12 textbooks & teachers manual.

Deped central

Deped complex NEAP-NCR

Deped-central

DCVES

3rd kindergarten summer camp.

DCVES

DCVES

& writer Consultant/ card designer Facilitator Resource speaker/ facilitator EDITORIAL BOARD National reviewer

PARTICIPA NT NATIONAL EVALUATION Cochairman facilatator

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR

VANESSA S.BAGANIA

MARITES D.OPENA

MAY 23,2016

Division writeshop on the revision of school report card

Deped-pasay

KES

PARTICIPANT

Feb 15-17,2016

Batch2 regional cluster training workshop for potential learning resource evaluation

Deped-central

BSPInternational Hotel ,Laguna

Participant

October,24-28 2016

5 Day School –Based In-Service Training

EMILIA M.OBLIANDA

Don Carlos Village Elem. School

Participant

June 10,2016

1 Day Training of Formation of Values for Kindergarten Pupils at Early Age

SDO-PASAY

Division office Conference Hall

Participant

June 7-8,2016

2 Day Training of newly Hired Kindergarten Teachers

SDO-PASAY

Padre Zamora Elementary School

participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School-Based In-Service Training

EMILIA M.OBLIANDA

DCVES

Participant

April 22,2016

Current Trends in the Teaching of Beginning Reading in Filipino’s English

SDO-PASAY

Padre Zamora Elementary School

Participant

JAN.18,2016

National Certificate II Food and Beverages Service

TESDA

PASAY CITY

Participant

Oct.27,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Demonstration Teacher

Oct 24-28,2016

5-day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

Don Carlos village Elem.School

Participant

June 8,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

MARILOU G.DEL MUNDO

INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING /SEMINAR Emilia M.Oblianda

VENUE

Role

Don Carlos village Elem.School

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5 Day School-Based In-Service Training

April 22,2016

Current Trends in the Teaching of Beginning Reading in Filipino and English

Evangeline P.Ladines,CES OVI

Padre Zamora El-

Participant

Oct 24-28,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

Don Carlos village El-

Participant

June 7-8,2016

2-Day Training of newly Hired Kindergarden Teachers

Evangeline P.Ladines,CES OVI

June 6-10,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

April 22,2016

Current Trends in the Teaching of Beginning Reading in Filipino and English

Evangeline P.Ladines,CES OVI

Participant

Don Carlos village El-

Participant

Participant

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

ALENTAJAN CRISSANDRA

INCLUSIVE DATES Oct.24-28, 2016

5-Day school-Based In-service training

VENUE

Role

DEped-Pasay

DCVES

Participant

(Mrs.E.Oblianda)

Sept.30-Oct.2

GSP Basic training age level specialization course

DEPED-PASAY

Phil.school for the Deaf.

Trainee

Sept.2425, 2016

2016 Mtap Convention and MTAP DEPEDNCR Seminar workshop in Mathematics

DEPED-PASAY

PASIG .ELE M SCHOOL

Participant

District

UABES KALAYAAN DCUES

Participant

Nov.21-25 GINA DIAZ

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

ELLN

Nov.28-29 Dec.5-9,2016

BEVERLY SUMILHIG

Oct.24-25,2016

5 Day school Based in-service Training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5 Day Seminar In-sevice Training

DCUES

DCUES

Participant

District

VABES KALAYAAN DCVES

Participant

DCVES

DCVES

participant

Nov.21-25

ELLN

Nov.28-29 Dec.5-9,2016 ct.24-25,2016

5 Day School Based In-Service Training

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

District

VABES KALAYAAN DCVES

Participant

/SEMINAR June 6-10,2016

LAILA A. BRUSAS

5 Day Seminar In-Service Training

Nov.21-25

ELLN

28-29 Dec.5-9

MA.GLICERIZ A S.MANALILI

ALCHIEL T.CACACHO

Oct.24-25

5 Day School based in-Service training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5 Day School based in-Service training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June 6-10,2016

In-Service Training for Teachers.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

April 18,2016

4th summer reading camp

DCVES

DCVES

facilitator

March 12,2016

Councilwide Star Revel.

Girl scouts of the Phil

ELLN

Deped pasay

Vabes/KES DCVES South District Pasay

Participant

Oct 18-24-2016

5 Day School based in-Service training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Sept24-25,2016

MTAP- Convention & Seminar workshop

Deped NCR

Pasig elem.school.

Participant

Nov.21 Dec,2016

-22

Participant

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

Geraldine O. Samson

IVY H.GAHISAN

JENILLE Q. GARRIEL

INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

June 6-10,2016

In Service Training

/SEMINAR DCVES

DCVES

Participant

April 4-18,2016

4th summer Reading Camp (Grade 5)

DCVES

DCVES

Facilitator

Oct 24-28,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

June 6-10 ,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

April 1-18 ,2016

4th Summer Reading Camp across all learning areas in inclusive setting

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

Oct 24-28,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

July 9, 2016

Grade 2 Teacher Read aloud Training Workshop

Division office conference hall

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5-Day School-Based In-Service Training

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

April 1-18,2016

4th Summer Reading Camp across all learning areas in inclusive setting

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

Nov.15,2016

Teacher and Librarian as strategic Partners for change in teaching Reading.

CLAPI (Children’s literature association of the Phil.

P.Gomez elementary shcoll .sta Cruz,Manil a.

Participant

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Aug 4-5,2016

2 Day division training workshop of GAD Focal point system school heads and GAD school focal person on gender responsive planning and budgeting.

Division office

Division office (conferenc e hall)

Participant

July 9,2016

Grade 2 teachers read aloud training workshop.

Division office (conferenc e hall

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

Division office and rotary club international reading association of the Phil. DCVES

DCVES

Participant

May 19-20,2016

2 Day Division Seminar on gender and development (GAD) Concepts, legal mandates and other policies towards responsive planning and budgeting.

Division office

Division office (conferenc e hall)

Participant

Feb 18-20,2016

Division Writeshop on test construction towards better evaluation of learning outcomes (Fourth Periodical evaluation)

Division office (conferenc e hall)

Participant

Tagaytay international convention center tagaytay

Participant

January 9,2016

JENNY GALVANTE

7-

Division writeshop on test construction.towards better evaluation of learning outcomes(third Periodical evaluation)

Division office

Division office

Oct .24-28,2016

5 day school-Based in-Service training.

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

April 1 -18,2016

5 day school-Based in-Service training.

Emilia M.Oblianda

DCVES

Participant/ Speaker

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

SHERYL SAUDAN

INCLUSIVE DATES

VENUE

Role

DCVES

Participant

CLAPI (Children’s literature association of the Phil.) Emilia M. Oblianda

P.gomez Elem.school (Manila)

Participant

DCVES

Participant

MTAP-DEPED-NCR Seminar workshop in Mathematics with the theme “MAKING

MTAP AND DEPED -NCR

Pasig Elem.school

Participant

July 9,2016

Grade 2 teacher Read Aloud Training Workshop.

SDO PASAY CITY

facilitator

June 11,2016 & june 18,2016

Division training workshop on Invigorating Science Investigatory project

Division Office ,Pasay rotary Club Int’l Reading association of the Phil. Division office

Pasay City East High School.

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5- Day school based in –service training.

Emilia M. Oblianda

DCVES

Participant

April 25 & May 1 ,2016

Division Mass training of Grade five teachers for k-12 curr. Implementation.

Division Office ,Pasay City.

Participant

April 1-18 ,2016

4th summer reading camp (across all learning areas in an inclusive setting).

DCVES

BP hotel Makiling Los Banos Laguna. DCVES

Oct 24-28,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

facilitator

April 1-18,2016

4th summer reading camp (across all learning areas in inclusive setting)

Nov. 16,2016

Teacher and librarian as strategic partners for change in teaching reading.

Oct.24 -25,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training.

Sept .24 25,2016

MARILOU LUCIS

TITLE

-

WHO GAVE THE TRANING /SEMINAR Emilia M.Oblianda

Participant

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G. Trainings Workshops and Conferences TEACHER

PAMELA AYSON

INCLUSIVE DATES

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

TITLE

/SEMINAR Division Office ,Pasay rotary Club Int’l Reading association of the Phil. DCVES

VENUE

Role

Division Office Conference Hall.

Participant

DCVES

Participant

July 9,2016

Grade Two Teachers Read Aloud Training Program.

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

Oct 24-28 2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

July 9,2016

Grade Two Teachers Read Aloud Training Program.

Division Office Conference Hall.

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

Division Office ,Pasay rotary Club Int’l Reading association of the Phil. DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct.24-25,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training

DCVES

DCVES

Resource Speaker/ Participant

July 9,2016

Grade Two Teachers Read Aloud Training Program.

Division Office Conference Hall.

Participant

Nov. 21-25 .2829

K-3Language Literac y and Numeracy training.

Division Office ,Pasay rotary Club Int’l Reading association of the Phil. Division office

VABES/ KES/ DCVES

Participant

Division office

Division office

Participant

NIDA AGBAYANI

CATHERINE LUMANTAS

Dec 5-9,2016 Oct 24-26,2016

MARIA LOURDES ELLORIN

Division Worktext MAPEH grade I-C

Construction

in

Oct.24-25,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training. Teachers &librarians: As strategic Partners for change in teaching reading.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Children’s Literature Association of the Phils,inc.

P.Gomez Elem.School.

Participant

Nov. 15,2016

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR

RIZALYN DELA CRUZ

June 9-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Nov.4,2016

6th NCR kid/Kab palaro.

Boyscout of the Philippines.

Taguig

Participant

Pansangay na Palihan ng mga guro sa pamamaraan ng pagng kahusayan sa pag unawa sa pagbasa sa ikatlong baiting.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

P.Zamora Elem.School.

Participant

1 day Division leadership training for pupil Government Offices.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

SDOconference hall Pasay City.

Participant

KES/ VABES/ DCVES

Participant

April 1,2016

JOANNE

ABUAN

RUTH LAMAYO

JASMINE FERRERA

ROMNICK CAPILITAN

25-May

Nov. 21-25, 2829, Dec. 5-9

Early Language Literacy and Numer- DepEd Pasay acy

Oct.24 -25,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June 6-10,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Nov. 21-25, 2829, Dec. 5-9

Early Language Literacy and Numer- DepEd Pasay acy

Participant

Oct.24 -25,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training

DCVES

KES/ VABES/ DCVES DCVES

June 6-10,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Nov. 21-25, 2829, Dec. 5-9

Early Language Literacy and Numer- DepEd Pasay acy

Participant

Oct.24 -25,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training

DCVES

KES/ VABES/ DCVES DCVES

June 6-10,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct 26,27,28 2016

Write shop daily log making lesson Plan MAPEH grade IV for 3rd grading.

Division of city school Pasay

Division fice

Participant

Participant

Of-

Participant

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TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

Oct.24 -25,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct 27-29,2016

Seminar workshop on campus paper advising for elementary & secondary school paper advisers.

Deped-Pasay

SDO conference hall

Participant

Sept.7-9,2016

3rd research SDO Pasay Research Festival “Revitalizing Research &development.

Deped-Pasay

Tagaytay International Convention Center.

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Nov. 16, 2016

Youth For Enviroment in School Or G.Forum.

DENR

Pasay City North High School.

Participant

June 11 &18,2016

Division Training Workshop on Invigorating Science Investigatory proj.

Division of City school Pasay.

city high

Participant

March 16,2016

Empowering Future researches Through Advanced innovations and high Intellectual standards.

Pasay City Science High school research adviser &students.

Pasay east school. Pasay Science School.

City High

Participant

LORRAINE JAMILAH MAKALINTAL

Oct 27-29,2016

Seminar workshop on campus paper advising for elementary & secondary school paper advisers.

Deped-Pasay

SDO conference hall

Participant

JESSAN DE GUZMAN

Oct.24 -28,2016

5 DAY school-Based In-Service training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Sep. 29, 0ct. 12, 2016

Basic training/Age Level Spcializa- Deped– Pasay tion Course for GSP

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

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LENY CRUZ

SARDONICA BAJADO

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR Oct 3-13,2016

Basic training course on early language./ literacy and numeracy (Batch 4)

DEped-NCR

Euro tel ,QC

Sept 22-24,2016

Division worktext Construction in all subj. Areas (Gr v) and TLE (Gr7-10)

Deped-Pasay

SDO Conference hall.

Resourse person/test writer.

Aug 31 2 ,2016

Revitalizing research & dent,recharging educt.dynamos in SDO Pasay,.

Deped city.

TICC Convention center,.

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Resource Speaker/ Participant

May 2016

Writer of teaching examples &learner materials for the implementation of k to 12 Gr.V Curr.(1st quarter)

SDO

GSp Training center tagaytay city.

Writer

Mass Training of Teachers(MTOT)for k to 12 Grade Five Curriculum Implementation.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

Bp Hotel Makiling Los Banos Laguna.

Participant

Feb 18-20,2016

Division writeshop on test costruction towards better evaluation of learning outcomes (fourth evaluation)

Deped-Pasay

SDO Conference hall.

Writer

Jan 7-9,2016

Division writeshop on test costruction towards better evaluation of learning outcomes (fourth evaluation)

Deped Pasay city

Tagaytay international convention center.

Resourse person/test writer.

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

April 25 1,2016

Mass Training of Teachers(MTOT)for k to 12 Grade Five Curriculum Implementation.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

Bp Hotel Makiling Los Banos Laguna.

Participant

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

April 25 1,2016

MARIA ROSITA P.RIVERO MARIAN BRISTOL

JANETA GALANTE

Sept

May

May

Oct.24-28,2016

pasay

Ho-

Participant

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

Participant

/SEMINAR

Renalyn Gamboa

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Feb. 10, 2016

Workshop on the Process of Preparation of the Enhanced Sch. Improvement Plan (SIP) Cum Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) and Sch. Report card

Division

School Particifor he pant Blind

Jan, 2016

Training Workshop on Handling Children with Disability in an Inclusive School Setting

Division

Baguio City

Participant

Nov.17-19,2016

14th Red Cross 143 Youth Camp and 18th First Aid /BLs (CPR)Team competition.

Philippine Red Cross Pasay City Chapter.

Bluroze Farm ,Lipa City.

Participant

Nov.4-6,2016

Outdoor Leadership course.

Girl Scouts of the Phil.

Helen 2,Benitez national program *training center Tagaytay city.

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Sept.24-25,2016

MTAP –Deped-NCR seminar workship in Mathematics.

The Mathematics Teachers Association of the Phil.Inc.&Depedncr

Pasig elementary School.

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

29-31,

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR April 25 1,2016

JAYSON D. RODRIGUEZ

Mass Training of Teachers(MTOT)for k to 12 Grade Five Curriculum Implementation.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

Bp Hotel Makiling Los Banos Laguna.

Participant

March11-12,2016

Council wide Junior Encampment/twinkler’s Play Day /Star Revel.

Girls Scout of the phil.

Padre Zamora elem.school.

Camp staff.

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct 27-29,2016

Seminar workshop on campus paper advising for elementary & secondary school paper advisers.

Deped-Pasay

SDO conference hall

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

May 2016

Writer of teaching examples &learner materials for the implementation of k to 12 Gr.V Curr.(1st quarter)

SDO

GSp Training center tagaytay city.

Writer

Mass Training of Teachers(MTOT)for k to 12 Grade Five Curriculum Implementation.

Division of City Schools,Pasay City.

Participant

4th summer reading camp

DCVES

Bp Hotel Makiling Los Banos Laguna. DCVES

April 25 1,2016

April 18,2016

May

May

facilitator

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INCLUSIVE DATES

TITLE

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR JANE C. PARCON

Dec. 8-10, 2016

Division Training on kto12 Curriculum

DepEd Pasay

VABES

Participant

Nov. 19 & 26, 2016

Teachers Induction Progam

DepED Pasay

PZES

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Sep. 29, 0ct. 12, 2016

Basic training/Age Level Spcialization Course for GSP

Deped– Pasay

Phil. School Participant o the Deaf

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct 7 2016

Capacity building for gr.six teachers.

DCVES/MES

DCVES

Participant

Sept 30 Oct 1 2016

BERT CAMP

D.O PASAY

D.O PASAY

Participant

July 20,2016

Inner strength in times of disaster and conflict

Brahma kumaris phil.

Sm aura convention center taguig,

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Aug .4 ,

Training/Workshop sa gulayan sa paaralan and urban gardening

Dept.of Agriculture Bureau of plant industry.

BPI Malate manila.

Participant

LEILANI MALIG

EDMUND GURA

ERNA B. VALLEJA

Aug.12 Aug.19 Aug.26

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INCLUSIVE DATES

WHO GAVE THE TRANING

TITLE

VENUE

Role

/SEMINAR

ANNABEL

July 5-10,2016

Training for barista Nc II

Phil.Academy under TESDA.

JRES

Participant

June. 6-10,2016

5 Day School –Based in Service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Feb.18-19 & 20

Test Construction seminar/workshop in 4th Periodic Evaluation

Division of pasay

D.O Conference hall.

Participant/ speaker

Jan 7-8 & 9

Test Construction seminar/workshop in 3rd Periodic Evaluation

Division of pasay

Tagaytay international convention center.

Participant / speaker

Oct.24-28,2016

5-Day school-Based in service Training.

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Nov16-26, 2016

Phil.government electronic system(philgeps)training

Exec Dir Rosa

Amzone café pasig city

Participant

Baguio City

Participant

RIBON JONAS LUCIANO

Nov 4-6,2016

procevement

National seminar workshop on writing for the campus paper.

Maria Clemente Ma.Conception S. BeltronMontenegro *Eduardo M.Puray

ARVIE TUYAN

Sept 26-27,2016

Seminar on the revised implementing rules and regulation republic act 9184.

Division city school of pasay city.

SDO conference hall

Participant

Sept 15-17,2016

‘test-writeshop for second periodic Evaluation of Learning.

Division City Schol of Pasay City

D.O

Participant

July 29-30,2016

Test-writeshop for First Periodic Evaluation of Learning.

D.O

Resource Person

April 1,2016

‘K -12 Program and out came based education. 5-Day school-Based in service Training.

Division city school of pasay city. Rolando roa

CUP

Participant

DCVES

DCVES

Participant

Capacity Building for Grade VI teach- DCVES ers

DCVES

Oct.24-28,2016

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H. Winnings in Competitions District Level Placer

Event

Name of Pupil

Trainer

1st

KFT-Singing

Janina M. Baldo

Ms. Nanilyn T. Bontoyan

2nd

KFT-Story Reading

Juakin Barredo

Ms. Nanilyn T. Bontoyan

1st

Aisha Rafiq

Ms. Rizalyn L. Dela Cruz

3rd

Annual District Level Reading Proficiency Contest Long jump

Ancheta, Mark Andrew

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

1,500 m run

Brillantes, Edison

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

4x1 m relay

Camacho, Anjumel

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

4x1 m relay

Ragos, Sean Andrei

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

4x1 m relay

Sendaydiego, Chammy

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

4x1 m relay

Tibaya, Reezel Emanuel

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

2nd 3rd

2oomd Discuss throw

Sendaydiego, Chammy Sadje, Judy keth

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

1st

Javelin Throw

Sadje, Judy keth

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Sipa

Vincent A. Burao

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Sipa

Jarb A. Cablay

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Sipa

Alexis F. Lapira

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Sipa

Manuguid, Ronnie

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Badminton Singles

Espina, Arjeanne

Mr. John khen Angot

3rd

Badminton doubles

Cuasay, John Aldrin

Mr. John Khen Angot

3rd

Badminton doubles

Pigao, Dhion Jazzereich

Mr. John Khen Angot

2nd

Chess Boys

Zeimon Deigne Caparos

Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

3rd

Chess Boys

Zeimon Deigne Caparos

Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

2nd 2nd

Chess Boys Chess Girls

Michael Florence Labarda Gemmalie Jayectin

Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

3rd

Volleyball Boys

Damngo, Chris Daniel

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Volleyball Boys

Longay, Reynaldo Jr.

Ms. Maria Rosita P. Rivero

3rd

Volleyball Boys

Magat, Chedrick John

Mr. John khen Angot

3rd

Volleyball Boys

Policarpio, Traven

Mr. John Khen Angot

2nd 3rd

Volleyball Boys Volleyball Boys

Rabang, David Carl Navarro, Jim bIlly

Mr. John Khen Angot Mr. John Khen Angot

1st

Volleyball Boys

Lamayo, Nicolai

Mr. John Khen Angot

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H. Winnings in Competitions Division Level Placer

Event

Name of Pupil

Trainer

1st

KFT-Singing

Janina M. Baldo

Ms. Nanelyn T. Bontoyan

4th

Journalism—Cartooning (Eng) Journalism—Cartooning (Fil)

Leilah Paras

Mr.Jonas B. Luciano

Milfa Rose Lascano

Mr. Jonas B. Luciano

4th

6th

Newswriting (Fil)

Princess Pearl Dela Rosa

Mr. Jayson D. Rodriguez

5th

Feature Writing

John Joshua Francisco

Ms. Mylene Florendo

9th

Editorial

Alejandra Pormanes

Ms. Lorraine Jamilah Makalintal

2nd

Reading Proficiency Contest Red Cross Got talent Youth Camp

Aisha Rapiq

Ms. Rizalyn L. Dela Cruz

Allanah Mae Tendnilla

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Alea Mae Benitez

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Alejandra C. Pormanes

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Jessa Mae Tapel

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Princess Pearl Dela Rosa

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Pauline Pearl Dela Rosa

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Arianne Carable

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Kian Castor

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Anthonette Gin Magbanua

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Francyne Louise Vera

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Gemmalie Jayectin

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Armer John Maglangit

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

John Joshua Francisco

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Ryan Christian Opada

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

Raymond Cabansag

Mrs. Erna B. Valleja

1st 3rd

Over-all

1st

Science Ecorampa

Darene Kirshner Gayeta

Ms. Jasmine Ferera

2nd

Science Ecorampa

Ruth Ivann Michelle Agbon

Ms. Jasmine Ferera

3rd

Science Quiz Bee

Chistine Heart Montevilla

Ms. Jasmine Ferra

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H. Winnings in Competitions Regional Level Placer

Event

Name of Pupil

Trainer

3rd

Regional Technolympics EPP Skills Competition

Julzen Phoemela R. Ventura

Mrs. Erna Valleja

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I. Networking and Strengthened Linkages Don Carlos Village Elementary School’s name connotes a name of a private institution that is why support linkages hinders with Non-Government Organizations. It was fortunate for the school that this year, from October 2015 to March 2016, PAGCOR, Hyatt Manila, DCVES was their recipient for its feeding program with 150 beneficiaries. An increase of an average weight of two and half kilos per child was recorded compared to the school feeding program with less than two kilos increase weight for six months program. Another feeding program is the School-Based Program funded by DSWD and DepEd with 78 beneficiaries. The school canteen fund was able to support another 50 learners for the feeding program. By December 20, 2016, DCVES will be one of the beneficiaries of feeding program sponsoreds by the Knights of Columbus CAA– Don Carlos Council 6408, PhilSeven Foundation Inc. and 7 eleven in cooperation with the General Parents & Teachers Association (GPTA). The local government supports the school in its water, electricity and telephone for its monthly maintenance while allowances for the teachers are given regularly too. Prizes, medals and trophies for children’s various competition and outstanding performances are sustained. The monthly honorarium of the ALIVE teachers is funded by the local government unit in the amount of 7000 each uztadz/uztadaza in support to the said program. Though the name seem to be a disadvantage to the school, the relationship among the parents, teachers and community strengthen its networking.

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Challenges and Strategic Directions SWOT ANALYSIS MATRIX Strategic Option S-O

1. Sustain the linkages established by the stakeholders. 2. Intensify alternative delivery modes. 3. Enhance resources for training and development. 4. Expand services in ALS/ A&E, GAM and SPLP/ LD/ ALIVE or/ and remedial classes. 5. Upgrade teachers learning venues/facilities and instructional materials. S-T 1. Strengthen communicative partnership with learners and stakeholders. 2. Expand the coverage area of K-6 services. 3. Intensify involvement of OSYA to ALS. W-O 1. Intensify evaluation of school performance. 2. Collaborate with agencies from LGU and Deped. 3. Implement community school-based initiative. 4. Strengthen SBM implementation and data collection. 5. Intensify total quality management (TQM)/ W-T 1. Revitalize the different teachers’ team, school organizations and committees to assess school performance. 2. Improve data collection for accreditation. 3. Enhance competency based assessment of teachers. Plan to accomplish these challenges are recorded and submitted in SPATRES, a part of the Fiscal Budget 2014. 56


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Performance Indicators Indicator Gross/Apparent Intake Rate

Net Intake Rate

2013

Cohort Survival Rate

Completion Rate

2015

2016

NCR

112.78

108.52

104.26

100.00

Pasay City

90.73

93.82

96.91

100%

DCVES

135.22

120

110

100%

NCR

77.23

84.82

92.41

100%

Pasay

63.73

74.18

84.63

100%

DCVES

135.22

120

110

100

106.55

107.70

108.85

100.

Pasay

101.11

104.11

107.11

100

DCVES

101.48

101

100

100

NCR

94.43

96,29

98.14

100.

Pasay

85.67

90.46

95.25

100

DCVES

98.93

99.0

99.9

100

NCR

90.96

90.00

95.00

98.00

Pasay

90.00

95.00

98.00

99.00

DCVES

72.82

79.12

86.62

100

NCR

87.84

90.22

92.00

95.00

Pasay

87.84

90.22

92

98

DCVES

77.77

82.37

87.97

100

Gross Enrolment NCR Rate

Net Enrolment Rate

2014

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KRA’s

PI’s

Indicator

NAT Result

Grade 3

2011

2012

2014

2015

2016

NCR

43.75

50.00 56.25 62.50

68.75

75.00

Pasay

41.11

47.88 54.65 61.42

68.19

75.00

DCVES

47.81

39.87 66.87 70.35

73.83

77.00

NCR

42.80

49.24 55.68 62.12

68.56

75.00

Pasay

43.07

49.45 55.83 62.12

68.56

75.00

DCVES

51.17

42.92 70.17 72.45

74.73

77.00

NCR

42.07

48.65 55.24 61.83

68.41

75.00

Pasay

42.14

48.71 55.28 61.85

68.42

75.00

DCVES

58.36

44.22 68.55 71.33

74.11

77.00

NCR

42.44

48.95 55.47 61.98

68.49

75.00

Pasay

40.71

47.57 54.43 61.29

68.15

75.00

DCVES

49.01

41.00 67.49 70.66

73.83

77.00

NCR

50.68

55.54 60.41 65.27

70.14

75.00

Pasay

50.80

55.64 60.48 65.32

70.16

75.00

DCVES

65.43

51.72 70.02 72.42

74.82

77.00

NCR

48.25

53.60 58.95 64.30

69.65

75.00

Pasay

46.74

52.39 58.04 63.69

69.34

75.00

DCVES

61.33

46.17 67.68 70.72

73.76

77.00

Mathematics

English (Reading) English (Grammar Science

Filipino (Reading) Filipino (Grammar)

2013

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KRA’s

PI’s

Indicator

NAT Result

Grade 6

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

NCR

51.99

56.59

61.19

65.80

70.40

75.00

Pasay

55.15

59.12

63.09

67.06

71.03

75.00

DCVES

51.57

69.15

69.39

75.45

77.65

78.00

NCR

56.80

60.44

64.08

67.72

71.36

75.00

Pasay

57.88

61.30

64.72

68.14

71.56

75.00

DCVES

53.56

63.14

52.50

71.14

73.83

75.00

NCR

56.63

60.30

63.98

67.65

71.33

75.00

Pasay

59.95

62.96

65.97

68.98

71.99

75.00

DCVES

69.15

49.11

54.79

69.11

73.61

75.00

NCR

64.61

66.69

68.77

70.84

72.92

75.00

Pasay

66.90

68.52

70.14

71.76

73.38

75.00

DCVES

76.95

71.98

67.65

77.87

78.98

80.00

NCR

55.38

59.30

63.23

67.15

71.08

75.00

Pasay

59.33

62.6

65.59

68.72

71.85

75.00

DCVES

63.86

57.24

72.12

67.44

72.24

75.00

Mathematics

English

Science

Filipino

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Recommendations Based on the observations and findings of the school’s performance indicators, this academic institution recommends the following activities:

Inclusion of topics about responsible parenthood during the orientation of parents/guardians.

Provision of more instructional materials to teachers.

Refraining from making absences—both teachers and pupils.

Strengthening instructional supervision.

Creation/implementation of more effective programs, projects and activities.

Sending teachers to training and seminars.

Encouraging teachers to enroll in graduate studies.

Intensifying linkages with stakeholders.

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Don Carlos Village Elementary School

87


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

88


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

89


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

90


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

91


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

92


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

93


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

94


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

95


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

96


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

97


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

98


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

99


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

100


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

101


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

102


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

103


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

104


Don Carlos Village Elementary School

105 NTB 2016

DCVES Annual Accomplishment Report 2016  
DCVES Annual Accomplishment Report 2016  
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