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2 0 1 2 Collaborating with our Leaders, Caring for our Learners

Annual Accomplishment Report


M E S S A G E

It has been a pleasant feeling working with DepEd Bataan people. Their competence and emotional fortitude has driven the Division of Bataan to accomplish the best for CY 2012. Despite the difficult tasks and demanding decisions that the Office has come across with, teamwork and quality performances of everyone have prevailed. The slogan of the regional office, “Collaborating with Leaders; caring for our learners�, has worked well for this province. Bataan has negative problems with regards to school buildings, classroom furniture, blackboards and other school needs. Staff development has been an added feature of the provincial government in its advocacy for quality education. Every teacher, every school head who is in need of upgrading his/ her craft in teaching/management is granted scholarship through the Gurong Iskolar Program of the Provincial School Board Fund. The good Governor of Bataan has a firm conviction that if the mentor or leader excels, the mentees would be greatly influenced and be harnessed to the maximum. Response to the Gurong Iskolar Program has been overwhelming that a good number of school heads and teachers are now enjoying their graduate and post graduate studies for free. Indeed, linkages with the different stakeholders catapulted this small division to a huge place in the heart of Philippine education. Culture of excellence shall continue to manifest in the Division of Bataan in touching and shaping young lives. We are committed to facilitate the achievement of the content and performance standards set by DepEd or even go beyond them, to transform the mediocre to excellent lifelong learning. Our endeavor in this Division is compared with a simple pulley with a load on the other end of the rope. If we make an input of a good quality of force on one end, the opposite end with a load will rise. But if we pull the rope with little or poor level of force, the load will not be lifted a bit. In much the same way, the Division of Bataan will continue to exert the best teamwork, the best quality assurance, and the best management ever to keep Bataan shining in the field of education.


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INTRODUCTION :

For years, the Division of Bataan has been building and reaping success in almost all aspects of DepEd in providing quality basic education and in laying the foundation of lifelong learning and service for the common good. In pursuit of success, the Schools Division Superintendent, together with his tandem, the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent and his team of Education Program Supervisors, chose to swim upstream, to hurdle over all odds and achieved more than what has been desired.. It needed intense planning and work; re-prioritizing and reallocating of energies with extra drive and determination, and exhibiting awesome responsibility and accountability in turning the blueprint to reality. Time and again, teachers and other internal and external stakeholders are being encouraged to move together towards one goal – that is molding the functionally literate Filipinos. They have to make significant difference in the learners’ lives. Unpacking series of systematic activities was made fascinating before teachers and as well as the students in all learning areas. Monitoring and evaluation always complement planning and implementation. Hence, there has been Project LIFE (Learning Instruction Founded on Excellence) which was conceptualized (by the ASDS), to measure progress all along the way. Similarly, Project ROMEO (Reinforcing Opportunities for Maximum and Effective Outcomes) was also created to determine how resources are maximized in the achievement of quality education. God’s view for the Division of Bataan has been far greater; hence, He has lined up specific tasks for it to accomplish which He has prepared in advance, thus, harvesting triumphs in its entire endeavor. As the Bible says in Ephesians 2:10, “For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus, to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.”


OBJECTIVES :

GOAL: Raise focus and sustain attention and effort in attaining improved educational outcomes.

1. Enhance learning in three environments: early childhood, in school, outside schools; 2. Focus resources and community efforts on effective instruction; 3. Cooperate with Local Government Unit (LGU) executives to provide leadership and support to meeting educational standard; and 4. Involve parents and local government (in the local)

CORE VALUES: A Culture of Excellence, Integrity and Accountability


SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM OF THE INTERACTION BETWEEN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM & THE ENVIRONMENT

INPUT Existing knowledge, skills, belief/values, vision, mission, goals, core values Students, teachers and stakeholders’ emphasis of SAT, RAT, and NAT results SIP, AIP, and other work plans TNA Results Expectations of students, teachers, and stakeholders Physical Plant and Facilities K to12 Curriculum Kindergarten, SPED, ALS Instructional Materials

THRUPUT (Educational Process) Human Resource Development Values Enhancement Networking Activities Academic Contests Performing Arts Competitions EFA , BESRA

OUTPUT Graduates who are: •Maka-Diyos •Makabayan •Makatao •Makakalikasan

Lifelong Learning

KTR1-SBM KTR2-Teacher Education Development Program

KRT3-Quality Assurance & Accountability KRT4 – Complementary Support of Kinder, and ALS KRT 5Organizational Cultural Change

Improved Educational Indicators Sustained Community Support Mobilization Technologybased Instructional Materials

ICT Integration in the Secondary Curriculum

Best Practices Documented

Physical Plant and Facilities Development

Judicious Allocation of Funds


OVERVIEW OF STAFF FUNCTIONS

As part of the continuing efforts of DepEd Bataan in improving its performance and achievements, the Schools Division Superintendent and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent are always at the helm spearheading the implementation of various projects, programs , thrusts and other activities through the assistance of the thirteen (13) Education Supervisors , the twelve (12) Public Schools District Supervisors, passed through the 147 Elementary schools administrators and thirty (30) Secondary School Principals; thus making calendar year 2012 another year of exemplary achievements of this agency. DepEd Bataan personnel are aware that their dedication in every endeavor are never wasted but yield triumphs not only for themselves but for the ultimate clientele, the learner. The Schools Division Superintendent and Asst. Schools Division Superintendent are always on the lead of their flock in terms of goals and thrust assigned, coupled with appropriate discipline, love, sympathy, healthy relationships and wisdom. The Education Program Supervisors , plan and direct the development and operation of its educational programs in the Division. Based on the curriculum and the standards set by DepEd they saw to it go that quality is assured in the achievements in the elementary and secondary levels . Reading levels of pupils and students are always monitored, giving significant tips especially to the teachers of beginning readers. The Administrative Staff and the Human Resource Management Section, continually direct and supervise the administrative and human resource functions and protects significantly the welfare of the employees of the whole Division. The Medical and Dental Staff are religiously monitoring, implementing their duties and responsibilities. They are equally deployed in every district and secondary schools to continuously monitor the medical and dental needs of pupils, students, teachers and administrators toward a healthy division resulting to quality performances and achievements.


ORGANIZATIONAL CHART ROMEO M. ALIP,Ph.D.,CESO Schools Division Superintendent

CAROLINA L. SUGPATAN Asst. Schools Division Superintendent

MEDINA M. DE JESUS Administrative Officer V

Pilar C. Ignacio

Leila C. Estioco

HRMO II

Account ant II

Laarni S. Bautis ta

Josefina T. Naguit

Erlinda D. Oliveria

Alejan dra T. Duran

P.O. II

Cashier II

R.O. II

S.O. II

District Supervisor

Elementary School Principal

Diomedes G. Agrado - EPS TLE/Phys. Faclities Mila D. Calma - EPS Fipino/Priv.Schl. Jacqueline C. Tuazon - EPS Values/PreElem Ramon C. Perez - EPS MSEP Estrella S. Dela Rosa - EPS Science (Sec..) Leticia A. Orpiano - EPS Science (Elem..) Adoracion C. Fernando - EPS Math Edgar E. Garcia - EPS ICT Milagros M. Pe単aflor - EPS ALS Jose D. Reyes - EPS Social Studies Evelyn V. Mendoza - EPS HE & Nutrition Beata O. Samaniego - EPS English/SPED

Secondary School Principal

Elementary School Head Teacher

Elementary School Teachers

Elementary School Teachers

Pupils

Pupils

Department Heads

Secondary School Teachers

Students

Medical and Dental Staff

Noel C. Reyes Med. Office r IV

Epifania M. Malonzo Dentist IIIn charge


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

Public and Private Elementary Schools SY 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012

Indicator Gross Enrolment in ECD

2009-2010 2010-2011 Inc./Dec. 2011-2012 Inc./Dec. 97.01%

100.06%

3.05%

91.75%

-8.31%

79.20%

84.55%

5.35%

88.79%

4.24%

107.11%

103.69%

-3.42%

112.34%

8.65%

51.67%

52.51%

0.84%

64.80%

12.29%

100.52%

100.62%

0.10%

99.99%

-0.63%

Net Enrolment Rate (Participation Rate)

85.74%

86.16%

0.42%

87.44%

1.28%

Cohort Survival rate

88.87%

88.57%

-0.30%

89.46%

0.89%

Coeficient of Efficiency

93.88%

93.47%

-0.41%

94.32%

0.85%

6.4

6.42

0.02

6.36

0.06

Graduation Rate

98.60%

98.21%

-0.39%

98.72%

0.51%

Completion Rate

87.71%

86.99%

-0.72%

88.35%

1.36%

Promotion Rate

97.07

97.17

10.00%

97.34

0.17%

Repetition Rate

0.48%

0.32%

-0.16%

0.37%

0.05%

School Leaver

2.45%

2.50%

0.05%

2.30%

-0.20%

Retention Rate

99.60%

97.35%

-2.25%

99.02%

1.67%

Teacher-Pupil Ratio

1:37

1:37

1:37

Pupil:Textbook Ratio

1:1

1:1

1:1

Classroom:Pupil

1:35

1:35

1:35

Desk/Armchair:Pupil

1:1

1:1

1:1

% of Gr. I pupils w ECD Apparent Intake Rate in Gr I (6 yrs old) NIR (Gr. 1) Gross Enrolment Rate (GER)

Years Input Per Graduate


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS Public and Private Secondary Schools SY 2009-2010, 2010-2011, 2011-2012

Indicator

2009-2010 2010-2011 Inc./Dec. 2011-2012 Inc./Dec.

Gross Enrolment

87.36%

88.60%

1.24%

86.84%

-1.76%

Participation Rate

67.86%

70.76%

2.90%

71.71%

0.95%

Cohort Survival rate

78.34%

81.27%

2.93%

78.12%

-3.15%

Coeficient of Efficiency

80.49%

81.20%

0.71%

81.58%

0.38%

4.97

4.93

-0.04

4.9

4.94

Promotion Rate

89.56%

89.83%

0.27%

88.94%

-0.89%

Repetition Rate

2.58%

3.42%

0.84%

3.02%

-0.40%

School Leaver

7.85%

6.76%

-1.09%

8.04%

1.28%

Graduation Rate

93.21%

92.01%

-1.20%

94.23%

2.22%

Completion Rate

73.95%

76.31%

2.36%

74.72%

-1.59%

Retention Rate

92.54%

92.51%

-0.03%

91.09%

-1.42%

Teacher-Student Ratio

1:39

1:39

1:38

Pupil:Textbook Ratio

1:1

1:1

1:1

Classroom:Pupil

1:46

1:46

1:46

Desk/Armchair:Pupil

1:1

1:1

1:1

Years Input Per Graduate


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - (Public and Private ES) GROSS ENROLMENT RATE IN ECD The table reveals the fluctuating increase and decrease of the participation of young children for the last three (3) years from 2009-2010 to 2011-2012, which ended into a -8.31% decrease.

PERCENTAGE OF GRADE I PUPILS WITH ECD It is good to note that there has been an increase of 4.24% as shown in the table on the level of participation of Grade I pupils in Early Childhood Development (ECD). This is a good indication that pupils have the needed readiness as they enter Grade I.

APPARENT INTAKE RATE IN GRADE I (6yrs. OLD) Apparent Intake Rate (AIR) reflects the general level of access to primary education with indicates the capacity of the education system to provide access to Grade I for the official school entrance age population. From SY 20092010 to SY 2010-2011 there was a decrease of -3.42%, while in SY 2011-2012 AIR has increased to 8.65%. The Net Intake Rate (NIR) has been consistently increasing from SY 2009-2010 to 2011-2012. Its lost increase has reached 12.29%

GROSS ENROLMENT RATE (GER) In the Gross Enrolment Rate (GER) it shows the general level of participation in primary education. It is used in place of the NET Enrolment Rates. When data in enrolment by single year of age is not available. It can be also used together with the Net Enrolment Ratio to measure the extent of over-aged and under-aged children.. In the elementary level, GER has increased 0.10% from SY 2009-2010 to SY 2010-2011, but decreased to 0.63% in SY 2011-2012. Likewise , in the secondary level, an increase of 1.24% took place from SY 2009-2010 to SY 2010-2011, but decreased to -1.76% in SY 2011-2012.

COEFFICIENT OF EFFICIENCY This indicator measures the internal efficiency of the education system. It evaluate the impact of repetition and drop-out in the efficiency of the educational process. It was noted in the elementary that in SY 2009-2010 COE was 93.88% and in SY 201-2011 it was 93.47%, decreasing with -0.41%, but in SY 2011-2012, it was increased with 0.85%. In the secondary level, for the last 3 yrs., it has increased consistently with 0.38% increase.

PROMOTION RATE For the last three years , in the elementary level, there was been a consistent increase. SY 2009-2010, 97.07%;; SY 2010-2011, 97.17%; SY 20111-2012, 97.34%. While in the secondary level, slight decrease was noted: SY 2009-2010, 89.56%; SY 2010-2011, 89.13%; SY 2011-20112, 88.94%.

REPETITION RATE In this indicator , it shown the level of pupils/students who repeated a grade or year level. In the elementary level, the repetition rate has decreased by -0.16% in SY 2010-2011 but in SY 2011-2012, it has decreased by 0.05%, while in the secondary level it has deceased by -0.40% in SY 2011-2012.

SCHOOL LEAVER RATE In the elementary level, it is glad to note that the rate has decreased by -0.20% in SY 2011-2012, while in the secondary level, the rate of school leavers has increased to 11.28% in SY 20111-2012. The increase may be due to distance and financial constraints.


PERFORMANCE INDICATORS - (Public and Private ES) COMPLETION RATE In this school year 2011-2012 completion rate has increased to 1.36% in the elementary level, while in the secondary level, it has dropped to 74.72% with a decrease of -1.59%.

GRADUATION RATE For this school year more elementary pupils have graduated, thus increasing graduation rate for SY 2011-2012 to 0.51% , while in the secondary level it has also increased to 2.22%

RETENTION RATE In the elementary level, an increase of 1.67% for SY 2011-2012 is already something, while in the secondary level, there was a decrease of -1.42%.


NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT TEST (By Subject Area) Elementary and Secondary Level SY 2009-2010-2011-2012

MATHEMATICS

ENGLISH

SCIENCE

FILIPINO

HEKASI

OVER-ALL

LEVEL 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12

Secondary

52.91 51.62 68.80 53.59 52.12 48.87 53.85 50.25 52.10 64.91 64.6 53.01 46.97 61.16 59.16 54.44 56.13 55.50

Elementary

77.66 78.97 72.13 80.53 73.92 69.45 78.01 69.82 73.11 84.41 83.96 72.71 84.48 79.61 70.92 81.02 77.26 74.5

Secondary

Elementary

90

80

84.48

84.41 83.96 80.53

77.66 78.97

73.92

72.13 68.80

70

73.11

72.71

77.26

74.5

70.92

69.82

69.45

81.02

79.61

78.01

64.91 64.6 61.16

60

53.59

52.91 51.62

53.85

52.12

50.25

48.87

50

59.16 54.44

53.01

52.10

56.13 55.50

46.97

40

30

20

10

0 0910

1011

1112

0910

1011

1112

0910

1011

1112

0910

1011

1112

0910

1011

1112

0910

1011

1112

MATHEMATICS ENGLISH SCIENCE FILIPINO HEKASI OVER-ALL Secondary 52.91 51.62 68.80 53.59 52.12 48.87 53.85 50.25 52.10 64.91 64.6 53.01 46.97 61.16 59.16 54.44 56.13 55.50 Elementary 77.66 78.97 72.13 80.53 73.92 69.45 78.01 69.82 73.11 84.41 83.96 72.71 84.48 79.61 70.92 81.02 77.26 74.5

The results of the national Achievement Tests for the last three (3) years (2009-2012) in all learning areas are clearly exhibited. Almost all subjects are either descending or fluctuating in achievement s for the last three years, except for the Secondary Mathematic which showed accelerating results. For the School Year 2011-2012 Elementary Science is the highest which is 73.11, followed by : Filipino 72.71, Mathematics 72.13; HEKASI 70.92; and English 69.45. While in the Secondary level School Year 2011-2012 , Mathematics is the highest, followed by HEKASi, Filipino,, Science then English.


MFO III – Basic Education Management Services Figure 1 Enrolment by Level of Education SY 2011-2012

1. ENROLMENT

Elementary

TOTAL 132,970

130,701

140000

118,692

116,891

120000 100000

Secondary

86,418

85,053

80529

79433

80000 60000

38163

37458

45,648

46,552

SY 11-12

SY 12-13

40000 20000 0

SY 11-12

SY 12-13

13,810 56208190

14,278 58898389

SY 11-12

SY 12-13

PUBLIC

PRIVATE

Total

Elementary

79433

80529

5620

5889

85,053

Secondary

37458

38163

8190

8389

45,648

46,552

116,891

118,692

13,810

14,278

130,701

132,970

TOTAL

86,418

The data shown in Figure 1 indicate that the enrolment for SY 2011-2012 in the public elementary schools in this division totaled to 79,433, while in SY 2012-2013 enrolment was 80,529. The enrolment among public elementary school has an increase of 1,096 or 1.38%, while in the private elementary school has an increase of 26.9 or 4.79%. Public secondary schools had a total enrolment of 37,458 in SY 2011-2012 and in SY 2012-2013 enrolment was 38,163 with an increase of 705 or 1.88%. Private schools had a comparative enrolment of 8,190 in SY 2011-2012 and 8,389 in SY 2012-2013 with an increase of 199 or 2.43% . Last year, private schools had a decrease of 1.15% based from SY 2010-2011 enrolment.

Figure 2 Number of Schools by Level of Education SY 2011-2012

2. NO. OF SCHOOLS Figure 2 explain the number of schools by level of Education during SY 2011-2012. Public Secondary Schools has one (1) school increase: 31 to 32, while the private schools have one (1) school decrease: 28 to 27. Public elementary schools remained the same (168) in number while the private schools have an increase of one (1) school: from 48 to 49. To date, Bataan has two hundred seventy six (276) public and private schools (elementary and secondary).

Elementary

600

Secondary

TOTAL

500 400 300

275

276

59

59

216

217

200

199

200

31

32

100

168

168

76 28

76 27

48

49

0 SY 11-12

SY 12-13

SY 11-12

PUBLIC

SY 12-13

SY 11-12

PRIVATE

SY 12-13

TOTAL

TOTAL

199

200

76

76

275

276

Secondary

31

32

28

27

59

59

Elementary

168

168

48

49

216

217


SCHOOLS

Figure 2A Number of Pre-Elementary Schools - SY 2011-2012 1st District

2nd District

TOTAL

250 200

166

161

150

134

125 98

93 100

232

221

68

98

96 68

36 30

32 28

50

66

60

0 SY 11-12

SY 12-13

SY 11-12

PUBLIC

SY 12-13

SY 10-11

PRIVATE

SY 12-13

TOTAL

1st District

93

98

32

36

125

134

2nd District

68

68

28

30

96

98

161

166

60

66

221

232

TOTAL

Figure 2A shows the number of Pre-Elementary Schools for SY 2011-2012 and SY 2012-2013. Public Pre-Elem schools have increase from 93 to 98 in the First District, an increase of 5 schools or 5.38%. While in the Second District the number of schools (68) remained the same. Private schools have increased both in the 1st and 2nd District, 32 to 36 and 28 to 30, respectively, with a total increase of 6 schools or 10%. Summing up, there was total of 232 public and private pre-elementary schools with an eleven (11) schools increase of 4.98%. Figure 2B Number of Public Elementary Schools for SY 2011-2012

180 160 140 120 100

163

80

168

60 40 20

0

Series1

2 Incomplete PS 2

2 Complete PS 2

1 Incomplete ES 1

Complete ES

TOTAL

163

168

Figure 2B. Projects the number of Public Elementary Schools for SY 2011-2012. There are one hundred sixty three (163) complete public elementary schools,, one (1) incomplete elementary school, tow (2) complete primary schools and one (1) incomplete primary school with a total of one hundred sixty eight 168 schools for the elementary levels.


3. DepED PERSONNEL & SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS Figure 3 Number of DepEd Personnel SY 2011-2012 3813

Num Personnels ber SDS 1

3000 SDS ASDS Adm. & Support Personnel ES I PSDS Sec. Schl. Adm. Elem. Schl. Adm. Master Teacher Teachers

2500 2000 1500

ASDS 1 Adm. & Support Personnel 199 ES I PSDS Sec. Schl. Adm. Elem. Schl. Adm. Master Teacher

1000 500

199

1

13

1

110 147

12

301

0

13 12 110

147 301

Teachers 3813

Figure 3 shows that there is a total of four thousand five hundred nine-seven (4597) DepEd Personnel for SY 2011-2012, with one (1) Schools Division Superintendent, One (1) Asst. Schools Division Superintendent , One hundred ninety-nine (199) Administrative & Support Personnel, Thirteen (13) Education Program Supervisors, Twelve (12) PSDS, One hundred ten (110) Secondary School Administrators, One hundred forty-seven (147) Elementary School Administrators, Three hundred one (301) Master Teachers, and the greatest bulk is composed of teachers numbering to 3,813. Figure 3.A Number of School Administrators SY 2011-2012 Elem

Secondary

Total

100% 80%

74

39

11

6

10

4

6

2

118

2

3

1

76

3

1

3

1

257

60%

40% 20%

7 63

33 3

0%

2

3

1

110 147

42

PI

P II

P III

P IV

HT I

HT II

HT III

HT V

TOTA L

3

Voc. Schl. Adm. I 1

Total

74

39

10

4

6

2

118

Secondary

11

6

7

2

3

1

76

3

1

Elem

63

33

3

2

3

1

42

110

257 147

Figure 3A reveals the number of School Administrators SY 2011-2012 both in Elementary and Secondary levels with seventy-four (74) Principals I positions, thirty nine (39) Principal II’s, ten (10) Principal III’3, four (4) Principal IV’s, six (6) Head Teacher I’s, two (2) Head Teacher II’s, one hundred eighteen (118) Head Teacher III’s, three (3) Head Teacher IV’s, one,(1) Vocational School Administrator, with a sum of two hundred fifty-seven (257) schools administrators


3. DepED PERSONNEL & SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS AND TEACHERS Figure 3B Number of Teachers SY 2011-2012 Elementary

Secondary

Total 2938

3000 2500 1972 2000

1660

1500

1058

1000 500

602

966

792 441 307 134

14 0 14

5 0 5

20 0 20

ALS

SPED

TI

T II

Elementary

PreElem 14

5

20

1058

Secondary

0

0

0

602

Total

14

5

20

1660

568 224 0 3 3

0 3 3

T III

Inst. II

Inst I

Total

307

568

0

0

1972

134

224

3

3

966

441

792

3

3

2938

0

Figure 3B displays the number of public elementary and secondary schools teachers in the Division of Bataan for SY 2011-2012. Teacher I position has the greatest bulk with a total of 1660, Teacher II-44, Teacher III-792, Instructor II-3, Instructor I-3, which completed the total of 2938 teachers.

Figure 3C. Number of Master Teachers SY 2011-2012 MT I

MT II

TOTAL

350

301

300 250 200

213

211 141

150 100

70

90

72

88

18

50 0

Elementary 141

Secondary 72

MT II

70

18

88

TOTAL

211

90

301

MT I

Total 213

Figure 3C projects the number of Master Teachers I and II for SY 2011-2012 for both elementary and secondary levels with a total of 301. As expected, Master Teachers in the elementary are greater in number then in the secondary. There are 211 MT’s in the elementary while the secondary level has 90 MT’s.


3. TEACHERS Figure 3D. Number of Teachers SY 2011-2012 Public

Private

Total 4294

4500 4000 3547 3500 3000 2488 2500

2202

2000 1438 1500

1096 1000 500 0

747 249

368

286

342

119

Public

Pre-Elem 249

Elementary 2202

Secondary 1096

Total 3547

Private

119

286

342

747

Total

368

2488

1438

4294

Figure 3D - Number of Teachers The number of Pre-elementary teachers in the public schools has grown to 249, while in the private schools there are 119 mentors, totaling to 368. The elementary school teachers numbered to 2,488 with 2202 in the public schools and 286 in the private schools Secondary public school teachers make 1096 while there are 342 in t6he private schools. That comprised the total of 3547 high school teachers To sum it up, public schools have 3547 teachers and the private schools have 747 which completed the sum of 4294 mentors all over Bataan.


MFO III – Basic Education Management Services

SCHOOL BASE MANAGEMENT (SBM) FY 2012

The Department of Education is mandated by the Philippine Government to provide quality basic education that is equitable to all. It formulated the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) in fulfillment of the goals and objective of Education for All (EFA) 2015 and in accordance with Republic Act 9155. One of the five Key Reform Thrust of BESRA is the School Board Management enable and empower all schools, their communities and stakeholders to assume greater involvement in helping schools improve continuously the teaching and learning process.

To ensure the successful implementation of SBM, aside from the School MOOE, SBM grants are provided to selected schools for the purpose of helping the schools accelerate improvements in learning outcomes that will redound to achievement of EFA and MDG targets by 2015. SBM grantees for FY 2011 are the same grantees for FY 2012 and up to FY 2013, as per DepEd Order No. 69, s. 2012. As for FY 2011 and 2012, four (4) secondary schools and twenty one (21) elementary schools were selected as SBM grantees with amounts ranging from P66,000 to P75,000. Decreased drop-out rates, improved pupils attendance and learning outcomes were manifested as the effects of the SBM grants. FY 2012 SBM Grantees 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.. 7. 8 9.. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25.

Bonifacio Camacho National High School Pablo Roman National High School Samal National High School Nagbalayong National High School Sta. Rosa Elementary School Alauli Elementary School Capunitan Elementary School P. Roman Elementary School Sabatan Elementary School Abucay North Elementary School T. Pinpin Memorial Elementary School Quinawan Elementary School F. Angeles Memorial Elementary School Eva Aeta School Bagumbayan Elementary School Samal South Elementary School Capitangan Elementary School Binuangan Elementary School Saysain Elementary School Bangkal Resettlement Primary School Hacienda Elementary School Morong Elementary School Calungusan Elementary School Orion Elementary School Nagwaling Elementary School


Accomplishment Report in Medical and Dental Health CY 2012 It is the utmost desire of DepEd Bataan Health and Nutrition . Section to give the quality and Sustainable service to our learners and personnel. With the constant line-up of our programs, the Medical officer, Dentist and Nurses are in constant collaboration with other Government and Non-Government institutions. Starting from our Flag-ship program, the Universal and Medical Dental Check-up we were able to catch our target based on our performance contract. The constant school visits and continuous health advocacies being performed year round made a significant impression with our service. In particular, our medical officer has been more than able to perform and give his service for all students and personnel, thereby giving them a clear understanding health related issues and concerns. Our dentist on the other hand, have been more than willing and equipped to perform all their tasked duties with utmost care and compression for our learners and personnel. In the month of August and September, aftermath of a tropical depression the Health and Nutrition section were able to mobilize the personnel and the micronutrient supplementation given by the central office. There were other medical proceeds received by the DepEd medical Officer from the Department of Health so as to respond with the immediate needs of our school personnel. In the Month of October, the Lions Club Peninsula hosted a program on Visual Screening. The said organization were able to screen some 300 students, thereby providing them a free optically prepared eyeglasses for better vision. Other significant health programs were the celebration of National Hand-Washing Day held last October. There were two (2) Schools taken to demonstrate the proper and hygienically suggested technique on Handwashing . This activity would somehow increase and develop awareness on proper technique that should be taught to our children. Significant cases were also resolved by the Medical Officer by doing a constant follow-up on delicate cases. There have been follow-ups made for secure the Medical fitness of some students in relation to their performance on academics . Tooth Extraction s were also performed on a regular basis so as to address the oral and toot problems of our personnel and pupils/students. There were also feeding programs held on schools, the micronutrient supplementation were coordinated with the RHU Officer so as to have a unified strategy thereby avoiding conflicts and other problems. Finally, in the year to come, we will be in constant and continuous service with our constituents for the betterment of DepEd Community. Consolidated Report From January-October 2012 POPULATION GROUP-PUPILS AND STUDENTS

Pre-Elem Grade I Grade II-IV First Year II - IV

Total Population Male Female No. % No. % 5724 5599 7493 6552 19519 17728 5397 4575 12406 10054

Total Examined Total No. w/ Findings Male Female Male Female No. % No. % No. % No. % 4706 82.2 4613 82.4 3832 66.9 3622 64.7 6671 89.0 5911 90.2 5461 72.9 5030 76.8 17689 90.6 16527 93.2 14232 72.9 13422 75.7 4513 83.6 4020 87.9 2983 55.3 2736 59.8 8405 67.7 8234 81.9 5560 44.8 5276 52.5

Grand Total

50539

41984

44508

AILMENTS DEFECT FOUND 1. Dental Problem 2. Pediculosis 3. Nasal Discharge 4. Cough 5. Enlarged Cervic Gland 6. Pimples/Acne 7. Pale Conjunctiva 8. Tinea Flavia 9. Impacted Cerumen 10. Minor Injuries

No. 27658 6973 5954 3678 3163 1280 1131 1018 830 627

83.1 39305 88.31 32066

63.4 30086

MALE

FEMALE % 86.3 21.7 18.6 11.5 9.9 4 3.5 3.2 2.6 2

No. 25295 13927 5002 3672 2878 1076 1106 759 648 527

% 69.5 46.3 16.6 12.2 9.6 3.6 3.7 2.5 2.2 1.8

67.6


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STRENGTHEN INSTRUCTION AND SUPERVISION Significant collaborative efforts have been invested in the achievement of quality education in the Province of Bataan. DepEd and the local government units have been joining hands to uplift the teaching and learning levels of all schools. Through the initiative of the Bataan governor , teachers as well as the school officials who are in need of graduate / post graduate studies are being granted scholarships including the expenses for their thesis / dissertations, through the Gurong Iskolar Program of the Provincial Government . At this point, Bataan has sufficient school buildings, furniture, teachers, as well as nonteaching personnel due to the all-out support of the Provincial School Board. The Schools Division Superintendent has been applying total quality management in his stead. From the book “Organization Development Made Simple “ by Dr. Young, Total Quality Management of activities involved in improving the quality of a product or service. It is a quality that involves everyone in the organization. It emphasizes quality and continuous improvement. With the strong leadership of the SDS, some of the regular activities which strengthened instruction and supervision in the field are hereby stated:

a) Continuous monthly monitoring and evaluation of the Education Program Supervisors with SDS and ASDS. b) Improving teacher capabilities based from their TSNA. c) Regular observations of classes by School Principals and District Supervisors. d) Regular assessment of learning situations through the different kinds of testing: diagnostic, periodic, monthly, weekly, and daily quizzes. e) Dictation test as spot test in both English and Filipino has been effective in revealing the fast readers with comprehension as well as a number of learning disabilities among the learners. f) Convergence of minds after every monitoring and evaluation to have a clear picture of the whole division.

g) Planning after monitoring and evaluation. h) Assistance to the K-12 teachers (Grade1 and 7). i) Rolled out the new grading system and provide assistance during monitoring .


II. HGHLIGHTS OF ACCOMPLISHMENT Significant collaborative efforts have been invested in the achievement of quality education in the Province of Bataan, DepEd and the local government units have been joining hands to uplift the teaching and learning levels of all schools. Through the initiative of the Bataan Governor, teachers as well as school officials who are in need of graduate /post graduate studies are being granted scholarships including the expenses for their thesis/dissertations, through the Gurong Iskolar Programs at the Provincial Government .At this point, Bataan has sufficient school buildings, furniture, teachers, as well as non-teaching personnel due to the all-out support of the Provincial School Board. The Schools Division Superintendent has been applying total quality management in his stead. From the book “ Organization Development Made Simple” by Dr. Young , “Total Quality Management (TQM) refers to the management of activities involved in improving the quality of product or service. It is a quality culture that involves everyone in the organization. It emphasize quality and continuous improvement.”

A. Strengthen Instruction and Supervision Accomplishment Report in Filipino CY 2012 Strategies, Thrusts, Programs and Projects to Improve Quality and Relevance of Basic Education I In-service training-workshop attended by the teachers and Administrators a. Philippine Association of Education Supervisors (PAES) February 1-3, 2012-11-23 Mimosa Clarkfield, Angeles City Participants of this training were the Division EPS. b. Cluster Conference on Language, Arts and Multiliteracies February 8-9, 2012 Teachers Camp, Baguio City This seminar-workshop was attended by: Mila D. Calma - EPS, Filipino Beata O. Samaniego - EPS, English Mar Ellen G. Reñosa - HTIII, Hermosa NHS c. Regional Conference for Division Supervisors and PSDS on ADM and Regional Educational Development Plan April 16-19, 2012 RELC Pulungbulo, Angeles City d. Training of Trainers on K to 12 Curriculum for Grade I April 23-27, 2012 Development Academy of the Philippines (DAP), Tagaytay City This training was attended by: Mila D. Calma Beata O. Samaniego Emily Gaza Amelia J. Nohay Elizabeth A. Dimarucut Elma P. Dizon Elvira A. Mina Minerva A. Rillo Teresita R. Ordiales

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EPS, Filipino EPS, English Principal, Dinalupihan East PSDS, Pilar PSDS, Orani PSDS, Morong Principal, Abucay Principal, Pilar Principal, Orion


e. Training of Trainers on K to 12 Curriculum for Grade 7 April 29 – May 3, 2012 Philippine Normal University Participant of this training-workshop was Mila D. Calma, EPS, Filipino f. Pambansang Samahan ng mga Tagamasid at Tagapagtaguyod ng Filipino (PASATAF) May 7-10, 2012 , Iloilo City This training was attended by: Ofelia Reyes - T-III, Limay NHS Lilian Estela - T-II, Limay NHS g. Mass Training for K to 12 Grade 1 Teachers May 7-11, 2012 Limay National High School h. Mass Training for K to 12 Grade 7 Teachers May 14-18, 2012 Bulacan State University Participants of this training were 59 Grade 7 teachers in Filipino I. Seminar on Journalism and ICT October 2012 Teachers Camp, Baguio City This training was attended by: Rosa Ongoco - B. Camacho National High School j. Seminar sa Pagpapaigting ng Kadalubhasaan sa Wika at Panitikan at Teknolohiya October 22-25, 2012 PNU, Manila This training were attended by: Jennifer O. Dominguez - HT- III, Filipino, Orion NHS Romalene Grace Tayag - T- I, Filipino, MNHS-Pob.

k. K to 12 Curriculum and Mother-Tongue-Based Multilinguish Education October 25-28, 2012 Teachers Camp, Baguio City Participants of this training were: Melinda F. Barlis - HT- III, Filipino, MNHS-Cab. Rachel Ann Ancheta - T- I, Filipino, MNHS-Cab. l. Digital at Virtual na Pagtuturo Tungo sa Pagkatuto sa Modernisasyon ng Kurikulum sa November 8-10, 2012 This training was attended by: Jennifer O. Dominguez - HT- III Filoipino, Orion NHS m. Cluster-Based Training-Workshop on Enhancing Pedagogy Skills of Multigrade (MG) Teachers-Trainers November 5-9, 2012 Eurotel, Hotel, North Edsa, Quezon City II. Programs and Projects Implemented a. Pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng WikangPambansa with the theme “Tatag ng Wikang Filipino, Lakas ng Pagka-Pilipino “ + Reproduced and distributed copy of DepEd Memo: Buwan ng Wikang + Pambansa 2012 to 12 districts and 31 secondary schools Districts and secondary schools submitted narrative and pictorial reports of “Buwan ng Wika” celebration


b. Phil-IRI - Philippine Informal Reading Inventory + Copies of Phil-IRI reading materials were reproduced and distributed to 12 districts. + Administration of Phil-IRI was monitored + Post Oral Reading Test was administered to Grade 1-3 pupils c. Contest A. Division Level + Division READ-A-THON held at Pilar Elementary School on September 21, 2012 to determine the best story teller among Grade I pupils in public schools. + Pansangay Tagisan ng Talino held at Division Office, DepEd Bataan on October 4, 2012 to select the best group in 2 minute movie trailer among third year students in public schools + Division Press Conference held at P. Roman NHS on September 27, 2012. B. Regional Level Olongapo City, January 24-26, 2012 a. 2012 RSPC Winners/Individual

Place Name st 1 Joy Ann Vicente 1st Jan Carlo Oracion 3rd Irish Jasmine Dilig

Category Copyreading-Fil Feature Writing-Fil Feature Writing-Fil

School Hermosa NHS Lamao NHS E.C. Bernabe NHS

Adviser Mario Bugay Miguel Bondoc Editha Sulangi

b. Group Contest 1. Radio Broadcasting (Filipino) , First Place, Old Alion ES Ma. Nica Pasahol Cathy Kaye Dungca Mariane Retuta Jhamine Quenjeco Jhane Vergara Jhudel Masilang Theodor Sumugot Coach: Rhainadel Cruz Glysa Clarebell Navata

C.

National Level Palawan, Puerto Princesa , April 9-12, 2012 Winners: Place

Name

Category

2nd

Zachary Manuel

Sportswriting (sec.)

2nd

Collaborative

Desktop publishing (elem.)

5th

Collaborative

Desktop publishing (sec.)

d. In-service training conducted/to be conducted

+ Intensive-Training for Division Schools Press Conference Winners held at Tomas Pinpin Memorial Elementary School on January 11-13, 2012.. Participants on this training were the first three winners for seven categories in English and Filipino, Elem. And Sec. And first place winner in Radio Broadcasting of English and Filipino, Elem. And Secondary. + Pansangay Seminar-Workshop in Filipino held at Division Office Conference Hall, DepEd, Bataan on December 5-7, 2012. Participants on this training were the third year and fourth year teachers in public schools.


Accomplishment Report in English CY 2012 INTRODUCTION: To teach English as a Second Language of the Filipino learners has been a mind-boggling task, yet, very interesting to carry-out. Throughout 2012, teachers with their Department Heads have been encouraged to engage in creative way of coping with the realities and challenges of teaching the second language. It has been the constant vision and aspirations for our learners to achieve the standards of DepEd towards the functional learning of English. The Division of Bataan has been so immersed in bringing out the best among students gradually. ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN 1.

Every school, both elementary and secondary, provides the Division Office with comprehensive report of its Reading Program. It has been emphasized to those concerned that only functional reading program must be submitted and reported, wherein all aspects are taken care of, including intervention for the at-risk students, remediation for those who have log behind / failed and possibly the Reading Recovery Program for the Grade I non-readers.

2.

Dictation test as a spot test has been utilized by the EPS-English to uncover the following difficulties among the elementary and secondary learners: a) Non-readers and slow readers; b) Learning disabilities in reading and writing; c) Basic mechanics of writing: use of punctuation marks and capital letter at the first word of sentence; d) Spelling e) ) Comprehension Dictation test follows the principle that one cannot write correctly what he/she cannot read; one cannot read what he/she could not utter; and he/she could not say what he/she never heard of.

3.

Elementary and secondary teachers who were in need of re-training, attended the training on the Fundamentals of the English Language conducted at the division level, November 6, 2012 at Tomas Pinpin Memorial Elementary School.

4.

Around eight (8) English teachers are grantees of the Provincial Government Gurong Iskolar for the Masteral and Doctoral Degrees.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1.

Implemented ECARP (Every Child a Reader) a) Catching the non-readers and slow readers early in every grade / year level and finding out their difficulties including their disabilities. Teachers were assisted on how to deal with the learners’ problems. b) Followed-up the other classes who were visited earlier and determined the level of achievement based on standards. c) School Readiness Assessment Teat (SReA) – Grade I entrants d) PHIL-IRI (Oral and Silent Reading) Grades II-VI e) Project CTE (Catch Them Early) f) Project DEAR ( Drop Everything and Read) g) Project SHARED Reading h) Synchronized Reading in November i.) Story reading by the Bataan Jail and Management Officers held at Nagwaling Elementary School and Wakas Elementary School in the District of Pilar.


2.

Holding the Schools Press Conference in all levels starting July for school Level, August for the District Level, September for the Division Level, and Regional level on October 24, 2012.

3.

Division Speech Festival for the Secondary Schools was held at Pilar Elementary School on September 21. In the Regional Level,

4.

Bataan won First Place in Jazz Chant and Third Place in Read-a-Thon at the Regional Level.

5.

At the RSPC 2012, the major awards won by Bataan: 1st Place – Elementary English Copy Reading; 3rd Place Elementary English Photo Journalism, 2nd Place Elementary Englsih Broadcasting. There were a lot other minor awards in individual categories.

6.

The “First Voice of Asia Speech Competition “was held on December 11, 2012 at the Division Office Conference Hall.

7.

It’s noteworthy that Bataan garnered the 2nd Place in Secondary English Sports writing at the National Schools Press Conference on April 12, 2012, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. Back to back is the winning of Second Place of the Elementary Online Publishing where four Bataan contestants were included.

8.

Bataan Jazz Chants received special award for its special participation in the NSPC at Puerto Princesa City..


Accomplishment of Science Elementary School For SY 2012-2013 May 2012

- Organized the Special Science Elementary Classes in the following schools: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Cabcaben Elementary School A.G. Llamas Elementary School Orion Elementary School Limay Elementary School Dinalupihan Elementary School

September 7, 2012 - Conducted the Division Integrated Competition in Science Elementary Level to Division contestants in the Regional Integrated Competition on October 23, 2012. October 23, 2012 -

select the

Participated in the 1st Regional Integrated Competition in Science Elementary Level. The f following: Awards were garnered by the Division Contestants 1st Place 1st Place 1st Place 2nd Place 5th Place 4th Place 2nd Place 2nd Place

November 24, 2012 -

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Science Investigatory Project (SIP) Team-Physical Science Category Samal North Elementary School Sci-Art Grade 3 Sci-Art Grade 4 Science Quiz Grade 3 Science Quiz Grade 4 Science Quiz Grade5 Oddysey of the Mind Science Trivia

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Dinalupihan Elementary School San Benito Elementary School Cabcaben Elementary School San Ramon Elementary School San Ramon Elementary School San Simon Elementary School Dinalupihan Elementary School

Conducted the Training in the Revitalization of Science Education for Science Club Advisers focus in K to 12 Basic Education Program.


Accomplishment Report in Science - Secondary CY 2012

Strategies, Thrusts, Programs and Projects to Improve Quality and Relevance of Basic Education

I. Staff Development - Conduct One-Day Seminar-Workshop for First Year teachers from secondary schools Science Curriculum at J. C Payumo HS on July 20, 2012 * Orion NHS * Jose C. Payumo NHS * Pagalanggang NHS * Luakan NHS

newly offering Special

Participants – 48 (teachers, principals, science dept. Heads) - Participation to One-Day Training for Science Club Advisers on Revitalizing Science Education sponsored by Science Club Advisers Association of the Philippines (SCAAP) held at Tomas Pinpin Memorial Elementary School on November 24, 2012.

Participants – 150 Science Club Advisers - Conduct of the Division Seminar-Workshop on Upgrading Grade 7 Science Teaching at Limay National HS on November 26-28, 2012 . Participants – 50 Grade 7 Science teachers 15 Science Department Heads - Attendance to One-Day Orientation and Planning Workshop of YES-O Program at Bulwagang Kapampangan – Pampanga HS on March 22, 2012 Participants: 35 YES-O Advisers, Science Dept. Heads, EPS - Attendance of two Science teachers to National Training of Selected Grade 7 English, Science and Mathematics Teachers by the Philippine Science High School System (PSHSS) * First Phase – May 7-11 and May 14-18, 2012 * Second Phase – October 27-31, 2012 Venue: PSHSS, Cagayan Valley Congress, Nueva Viscaya Participants: Mary Charlotte R. Bonus – Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben Cristina C. Samaniego – Limay NHS

II. Student Development * Monitoring/Supervision of classes * Increase of the number of high schools offering Special Science Curriculum (SSC) from 5 to 9 high schools: Limay NHS Mariveles NHS-Cabcaben Orion NHS Mariveles NHS-Poblacion Bataan Christian School J.C Payumo HS Pagalanggang NHS Luakan NHS Morong NHS

* Contests Conducted/Participated - School Level Science Fair - 2012 Division Integrated Competition in Science-Investigatory Project Category held at Samal South ES on Sept. 8, 2012 . Winners:


Life Science – Individual Category Award

Title

School

1st

Utilization of Biokitchen Waste as Innovative Technique in Vertical Farming Applied for Brassica Chinensis Samples

B. Camacho National High School

2nd

Galunggong Ice Cream

Jose Payumo Jr. Memorial HS

3rd

Feasibility of Tamarind (Tamarindus indica) seeds starch as an Additive for Making Biodegradable Plastic.

Mariveles NHS, Poblacion

4th

Epidermal Placebo of Aloe Vera Gel on Scalds and First Degree Burn

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben

5th

Derivation of Dental Floss from Sanveria trifisciata

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben

Life Science – Team Category Award

Title

School

1st

Coco-Lacto Drink: a feasibility study on the effectivity of mixed coconut water and lactobacilli drink for chickens to reduce the foul smell and uric acid of chicken manure

St. John Academy

2nd

Crema Blanquedora: All Natural Ingredients for Dark Elbows and Knees

B. Camacho National HS

3rd

Coronita mimosa pudica soap as wound healer

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben

4th

Ampalaya as an Additive to Cake

Balsik National HS

5th

The significance of KASAKA Pinoy Organic Chip to Natural Ecosystem: A Research Study

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben

Applied Science – Individual Category Award 1st

Title Portable Electric Charcoal Stove for Plastic Recycler (PECSEP)

School Limay National HS

2nd

Application of Biodiesel from Used Vegetable Oil as Polysterene Foam (Styrofoam) Recycler

Bataan Christian School

3rd

A study on Difference of Result of Experiment Value of Index of Refraction of Selected Substances with Varying impurities and the Standard of Index of Refraction of Selected Pure Substances.

B. Camacho National HS

4th

Chicken Feathers and Antipolo Latex (Artocarpus incise blancoi) asw Components in the production of Biodegradable Food Container

B. Camacho National HS

5th

The Use of Seaweeds as Unleaded Gasoline Enhancer

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben


Applied Science – Team Category Award 1st

Title

School B. Camacho National HS

Bicycle Porta Lift

2nd

Electric Potential of R.B.C (Reused busted Flourescent Bulb) as Household Emergency Light

Bataan Christian School

3rd

Neem Tree Leaves (Azadirachata Indica) as Mat in Improvised Battery-operated Mosquito Reppelant

Limay National HS

4th

Pandanus Amaryllifolios Natural Bathroom Cleaner and Freshener

Mariveles NHS, Cabcaben

5th

Rice Seedlings To Its Growth and Its Flood Submergence Tolerance

St. John Academy

+ Regional Integrated Competition (RIC) Pre-Judging of SIP – September 26, 2012 Qualifiers: * Life Science – Team – Cluster I Adviser/School Christian Joshua Reyes Bartolo Jiselle P. Bauyon Azel R. Dela Cruz

- Emerlie F. Santos - St. John Academy

* Physical Science – Individual – Cluster I Jeremiah Rouel A. Ramos - Charies N. Dela Peña Bataan Christian School

* Life Science- Team – Cluster II Airish Narvante Narciso Margie Lyn C. Aguas Verzady M. Muli

- Gina M. Manrique - Limay NHS

Winners – RIC: First Place - Life Science – Team – Cluster I Christian Joshua Reyes Bartolo Jiselle P. Bauyon Azel R. Dela Cruz School: St. John Academy Third Place - Physical Science – Individual – Cluster I Jeremiah Reoel A. Ramos School: Bataan Christian School


Accomplishment Report in Mathematics CY 2012 Strategies, Thrusts, Programs and Projects to Improve Quality and Relevance to Basic Education: I. In-service training/workshops attended by teachers and administrators: a. Math Summer Institute (MSI) conducted by the University of Asia and the Pacific held at Balanga Elementary School on April 11 – 13, 2012. The theme of this MSI was “Enhancing Algebraic Skills: A Closer Look at Fundamental Concepts”. Ten (10) teachers from 10 secondary schools of this division attended the training. b. Division Training on Content Mastery and Teaching Strategies in Elementary and Secondary Mathematics held at Limay National High School on November 7 – 9, 2012. Participants to this training were four (4) Elementary Principal Math Coordinator of the district, forty three(43) elementary math teachers, thirteen (13) secondary Department Heads and thirty four (34) secondary school math teachers. Teaching strategies were discussed during the plenary session while topics on content mastery were discussed on parallel sessions. II. Programs and Projects Implemented: a. Project Reinforcing Opportunities for Maximum and Efficient Outcomes (ROMEO) –monitoring and evaluation on physical facilities, textbooks, enrolment, teacher’s loads that affect the learners. b. Project Learners’ Instructions Founded on Excellence (LIFE) – monitoring and supervision on time management, budget of work, pupils’ interests, strategies, teachers’ attitude and mastery of the lesson are some concerns in this project. c. Project All Numerates (AN) – Pre test and Post test, written and oral , are being administered to all Grade 1 to 7 students in all public schools in the division to identify those who are considered non-numerates and make necessary interventions to become them all numerates at the end of the school year. d. Project Effective Schools in Elementary Mathematics (ESEM) – the over-all objective of this project is to raise the proficiency level of pupils, teachers, functionality of math garden and math center and the implementation of other projects such as Mastery of 4 F’s, Overcoming Learning Difficulty (OLD) Math and A Problem A Week (APAW). Conducted Search for the Best Implementer of Project ESEM on January 24-31, 2012. Bagac Elementary School was a adjudged as the Best Implementer. e. Project Mastery of 4 F’s – Pre test and post test on the fundamental operations in mathematics were also administered to all public elementary pupils, Gr. 2 to 6 (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division) and Gr. 1 (Addition, Subtraction) to develop speed and accuracy on fundamental facts. f. Contests conducted/ participated: i. Conducted Division Math Challenge Elimination Round (Elem and Sec.) - Jan 19 & 20, 2012 at Samal North Elem. School and Limay National High School, respectively. Division Finals (Elem and Sec.) – February 16 & 17, 2012 at Lamao Elem, School and Limay National High School, respectively. ii. Participated in Regional Math Challenge on March 16, 2012 at RELC, Pulungbulo, Angeles City. Awards received: Individual Category 2nd place – Regina Marie C. Masa Grade 6 – The Peninsula School 3rd place – Lawrence Kaye C. Masa 4th Year – The Peninsula School


iii. Conducted Division Math Quiz, Grade I to Grade VI; Grade 7 to Fourth Year on September 21, 2012 at Orion Elementary School. iv. Participated in the Regional Integrated Competition in Mathematics Quiz on October 26, 2012 at Dep Ed Region III. Award received: 3rd Place: John Matthew R. Bacala Grade 5, San Ramon Elementary School Dinalupihan. Bataan


Accomplishment Report in Sibika\HEKASI CY 2012 Strategies, Thrusts, Programs and Projects to Improve Quality and Relevance to Basic Education: I.

DepEd Bataan is one of the performing division in the Philippines. The division is a multi-awarded for its record on academic achievement in terms of Regional and national Achievement Test.

II.

Highlights of Achievement A. Pupil Development A.1 RAT RESULT

Grade Level

MPS

Inc.

2011

2012

III

87.99

79.31

-8.68

VI

85.1

80.9

-4.2

A.2 NAT RESULT Grade Level

MPS 2011

2012

82.75

71.24

Increment 11.51

A.3 ORGANIZED SUPREME PUPIL GOVERNMENT (SPG) LEVEL

DATE

VENUE

School

March 16, 2012

Old San Jose ES

Division

March 23, 2012

Tomas Pinpin MES

A.4 COORDINATED DIVISION CONTEST 1. Pawikan Festival (Paddle Painting) Date: November 30, 2012 Venue: Morong, Bataan B. Teachers Development B.1 Conducted Project LIFE 1. Observed Classes B.2 Conducted Project ROMEO 1. Head Counting of Pre-Elem enrolment 2. Checked classroom Program and Teachers Teaching Loads C. Curriculum Development C.1 Integration of the following in the SIBIKA/HEKASI lessons 1. Kalsaysayn Lokal 2. Pagpapahalaga 3. The Rights of Every Child 4. Gender and Development D. Community Linkage D.1 Organized and Monitored the organization of PTA’s both in the school and division levels. LEVEL

DATE

VENUE

School

June 15, 2012

By Schiool

Division

July 20, 2012

Tomas Pinpin MES


Accomplishment Report in Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao CY 2012 I. Introduction

This year’s program/activitiesi n Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao focussed on enriching the total personhood of the students. Thus, a series of values enhancement seminars were conducted as well as different spiritual awakening activities in the school levels. Some of them are the following: II. Accomplishments Seminars/Trainings Conducted & Attended No. 1

Seminars/Trainings

Persons Involved

4

Mass Training of Grade I Teachers EPS/Grade I VE Teachers Division Training of Grade 7 Teachers EPS/First Year VE Teachers Values Enhancement Seminar for EPS/Newly Promoted New Administrators Administrators(Elem & Sec) Division Seminar-Workshop for 3rd & 4th Year VE Teachers & Coordinators EPS/3rd & 4th Year VE Teachers

5

Seminar on Laughter Yoga and K-12 EPS/Elem & Sec Principals

2 3

Date May 711,2012 15-Jun-12 Oct. 2931,2012 Nov. 7-9, 2012 6-Oct-12

Venue Limay NHS P.Roman NHS Div. Office Div. Office Letran, Abucay,Bataan

Other Programs/Activities CAREER Orientations Teacher’s Day Celebrations Retreats/Recollection Symposium on Drug Abuse and Prevention Promotion of Service Learning Activities in Every School Values Month Celebration Organization & Planning of GCAB Activities Strengthening of GAD Programs Monitoring of DORP in the different Schools Organization of K-PSEP in some schools III. Future Activities Encourage the organization of K-PSEP in all schools Conduct more seminars for Guidance Counsellors, both in the elementary and secondary Hold Youth Congress in time for the celebration of Values Month Promote more Service Learning Activities in Schools Introduce “Project Citizen” in schools Start Project MIGS (Modular Instruction on Guidance Services)


Accomplishment Report in MAPEH CY 2012 SEMINAR IN MAPEH 1. Training the Trainors Technical and Classification Seminar – November 17-19, 2011 - San Fernando Pampanga. 2. Creativity Enhancement Training Seminar of Faber-Castell Academy of Arts. Limay Multipurpose Hall, Limay, Bataan December 13, 2011 3. Central Luzon Regional Athletic Association (CLRAA) Iba, Zambales February 19-24, 2012 4. Palarong Pambansa 2012 Lingayen Pangasinan May 6-12, 2012 5. Dance Seminar –Workshop 2012 with the Theme: Dance Preservation and Dissemination: A Continuing Challenge to Dance Leadership in Education (Phase II) BPSU Sari-Gamit Covered Court, Balanga City May 12, 19 and 26, 2012 6. Dance Seminar –Workshop 2012 with the Theme: Dance Preservation and Dissemination: A Continuing Challenge to Dance Leadership in Education (Phase III) BPSU Sari-Gamit Covered Court, Balanga City July 27-29, 2012 7. Basic and Advance Training the Trainors Technical and Classification Seminar Lingayen Pangasinan September 26-28, 2012 8. 1st Division Integrated Competition in Students Independent Film (SINDI FILM) Division Office, Balanga City September 27, 2012 9. 1st Division Original Pilipino Music (OPM) Song Writing Competition Division Office, Balanga City October 3, 2012 10. 8-Aside Football Festival ONHS Ground, ONHS Annex, Parang-Parang October 5-6, 2012 11. Division Seminar Workshop on Baseball , Softball Clinic, Coaching and Officiating Morong National High School, Morong, Bataan October 12-14, 2012 12. SPS Training Workshop Seminar: Preparing for Work and Higher Learning Francisco Benitez Hall, Teacher;a Camp, Baguio City October 22-26, 2012

13. Regional Integrated Competition (RIC) in SINDI FILM AWARDS DepEd RO Mini Conference Ocotner 26, 2012 1st Place OPM (Pablo Roman NHS) 14. Division Refresher Course on Sports Officiating BPSU Orani Campus, Orani, Bataan December 6-8, 2012 15. 2012 Palarong Pampaaralan Balanga City Athletic ground, Balanga City December 17-19, 2012 .


PALARONG PAMBANSA 2012 RESULT BATAAN DELEGATION Name 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

Cyrile M. Manalo Judith C. Velasco Joshua Mari Castro Carlo M. Baltazar Raymark Calapit Perril Lynch P. Galang Limuel John M. Lansangan Rodcionelle Brian S. Dulay Carina C. Bautista Ronalene Grace Tapang Rose Jean P. Obejas Diana Rose M. Quinto Elvira Calma Aiza Calma Alice C. Taggaoa Cyrus John Bernillo Raniel Alyson T. Yumang Joshua Ram F. Francisco Marian Joyce Merlin Lalaine Fontanilla Irma S. Flores Allan D. Ramillo Jr. Precy S. Pico

Event

Award

Special Event (VI Boys) Special Event (VI Boys) Coach Basketball Sepak Takraw Sepak Takraw Sepak Takraw Sepak Takraw Sepak Takraw (Coach) Arnis Arnis (Coach) Special Event (100 m) Special Event (Shot Put) Coach (Special Event/Throw) Special Event (MC Girl 16 above) Coach (Special Event) MAG S/B Team Competition Volleyball S/B Volleyball S/B WAGS S/G Team Competition Special Event Special Event (Coach 400m) Special Event Special Event (Coach 100m)

Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Slver Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist Bronze Medalist 4th Placer 5th Placer 5th Placer 5th Placer 5th Placer


Accomplishment Report in Technology And Livelihood Education & Physical Facilities CY 2012 A. Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE) 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. B.

Participated in K to 12 Seminar held at Bulacan State University, May 22, 2012 Coordinated the Seminar on Gulayan sa Paaralan sponsored by Department of Agriculture, May 28, 2012. Assist in the conduct of Headcounting/Monitoring in Pilar, Limay, Bagac and Orion District, June 4-6, 2012. Participated in K to 12 Seminar for Grade 7 Principal and Department Heads at P. Roman NHS, June 15, 2012. Participated in the Launching of Department of Agriculture Gulayan sa Paaralan Project, July 5, 2012. Participated in the Seminar on Disaster at Bulwagan II, Capitol, July 11, 2012. Attended Final Meeting on Road Safety Poster Making at the Central Office, July 19, 2012. Participated in the Staff Development of all EPS at Morong, Bataan, July 23, 2012. Participated in the Coordinator Meeting of Adopt-A-School Program Coordinators at Tagaytag, City, July 24-26, 2012. Attended the Provincial Disaster Coordinator Meeting, July 26, 2012. Attended the Regional Meeting on Disaster brought by Habagat at the Regional Office, San Fernando, Pampanga, August 11, 2012. Conducted Division Judging for Road Safety Poster Making Contest at Division Office Conference Hall, August 28, 2012. Attended meeting for International Coastal Clean-up, Bulwagan II, Capitol, September 5, 2012. Assist in the conduct of Division Unified Seminar at Samal North ES, September 5-7, 2012. Conducted monitoring of NCAE at Morong District, September 12, 2012. Participated in the Regional World Food Day Poster Making Contest at Maimpis San Fernando, Pampanga, October 1, 2012. Conducted meeting of all coaches in Technolympics 2012 Regional Integrated Competition, Division Office, Conference Hall, October 2, 2012. Conducted PASSA review of Principal and Head Teachers of P. Roman NHS, October 3, 2012. Conducted school Validation of School Damaged by Habagat with the Officials from DILG, NEDA, OCD and Regional PFSED at Hermosa and Dinalupihan East Districts, October 10, 2012. Participated in the Regional Technolympics, Maimpis, San Fernando, Pampanga, October 22, 2012. Assisted in the conduct of review classes for Qualifying Examination for Principals, T. Pinpin MES, November 5, 2012. Conducted in the EPP Seminar Workshop in Samal North ES, November 21-23, 2012. Conducted in the TLE Seminar Workshop in Samal NHS, November 27-29, 2012. Physical Facilities

1. Attended in Seminar Workshop on Skills Enhancement on Government Procurement at Holiday Inn Clarkfield, Pampanga, May 2-4, 2012. 2. Appraisal/Validated JC Payumo NHS for repair on one classroom funded under the savings of BEFF 2011, May 7, 2 2 012. 3. Assisted in the pre-bid for School Furniture 2012, May 14, 2012. 4. Conducted Districts I and II SBRMS 2011 Meeting, May 15, 2012. 5. Conducted Preconstruction Meeting at Paraiso ES, Orani South ES, Kaparangan ES, Orani North ES, Eva Aeta ES and Sisiman ES, May 16-17, 2012. 6. Conducted school site validation of Mariveles NHS-Pob., P. Roman NHS, Orani NHS and Hermosa NHS, May 19, 2012. 7. Conducted Preconstruction Meeting with the BLF Construction (Colo Es, Bacong ES, Tipo ES and Tubo-Tubo ES), May 23, 2012. 8. Assisted the Opening of Bids of School Furniture 2012, May 24, 2012. 9. Conducted SBRMS 2011 Inspection at Alikabok ES, Kaparangan ES, May 30, 2012. 10. Conducted Preconstruction Meeting at Mariveles NHS-Cab.-Alion, Morong NHS, Nagbalayong NHS, June 11 and 14, 2012. 11. Conducted Site Appraisal of Parang NHS, E.C. bernabe, Balut ES, Pilar ES and Panilao ES, August 3, 2012. 12. Assisted in Prebidding of BEFF 2012 Water and Sanitation Facilities, August 6, 2012. 13. Conducted inspection and monitoring of BEFF 2012 Project, Mariveles NHS-Cab.-Alion, August 9, 2012. 14. Assisted in the Bid Opening of Watsan BEFF 2012, August 14, 2012. 15. Conducted SBRMS 2012 Meeting at Division Office Conference Hall, August 17, 2012.


16. Conducted Prebidding of Schoolbuilding (Repair) BEFF 2012, August 30, 2012. 17. Conducted final inspection with BLF Construction at Colo ES, Bacong ES, Tipo ES and Tubo-Tubo ES, September 13, 2012. 18. Conducted SBRMS 2012 project Inspection of Bagac ES and Binukawan ES, September 24, 2012. 19. Conducted Preconstruction Meeting at P. Roman NHS, T. Pinpin MES, Orani NHS and Samal NHS, September 27-28, 2012. 20. Conducted school furniture deliveries at Capunitan ES and General Lim ES, October 5, 2012. 21. Conducted Preconstruction Meeting at San Simon ES, New San Jose ES, San Ramon ES and Morong ES for SBRMS, October 8, 2012. 22. Conducted School validation damaged caused by Habagat, Hermosa and Dinalupihan District, October 8-9, 2012. 23. Participated in the Bid Opening conducted by DPWH – Second District and conducted final inspection of BEFF 2012 New Construction at Mariveles NHS-Cabcaben-Annex, Alion, October 18, 2012. 24. Conducted preconstruction meeting at Luakan NHS, October 19, 2012. 25. Conducted Division Meeting of all School Level Physical Facilities Coordinator/School Property Custodian at GSP Building, October 24, 2012. 26. Conducted preconstruction meeting at Balut ES, Sabatan ES, Caliguiman ES, Orion ES, Bataan School of Fisheries, October 25, 2012. 27. Conducted final Inspection of SBRMS 2011 project in Sto. Domingo ES, A. Consunji ES, November 6, 2012. 28. Conducted preconstruction meeting with the DPWH Engineer from 2nd District: Balon ES, Biann Integrated, Bagac NHS (Parang), November 7, 2012. 29. Assisted in the conduct of Monitoring and Inspection for schools in Kataasan, San Ramon, Pagalanggang ES and 3. Pagalanggang HS, November 13-14, 2012. 30. Assisted in pre-bid in Repair for Orion ES and Sabatan ES, November 14, 2012. 31. Conducted final inspection of SBRMS 2012 at Sampaloc ES, November 16, 2012. C. Others 1. Conducted Brigada Eskwela 2012 Kick-Off Ceremony at T. Pinpin MES, May 21, 2012. 2. Monitored Brigada Eskwela 2012 with regional EPS, Mr. Yap and Mrs. Tanciongco, May 28, 2012. 3. Conducted Division Brigada Eskwela Evaluation, June 25-26, 2012. DIVISION WINNER: SECONDARY LEVEL BIG CATEGORY:

PLACE First Second Third

SCHOOL Pagalanggang NHS Mariveles NHS – Poblacion Mariveles NHS – Cabcaben

DISTRICT Dinalupihan Mariveles Mariveles

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Mercelita D. Diwa Mr. Quirino G. Barlis Mrs. Rosario R. Paulo

SCHOOL J.C. Payumo HS Orani NHS – Parang-Parang Bagac NHS – Parang

DISTRICT Dinalupihan Orani Bagac

PRINCIPAL Mr. Omar G. Magcalas Mr. Villamor Magat Dr. Myrna E. Castillo

SMALL CATEGORY: PLACE First Second Third

SCHOOL AT LARGE CATEGORY: First

PLACE

SCHOOL Morong NHS

DISTRICT Morong

Second Third

Luakan NHS Orion NHS

Dinalupihan Orion

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Gemma Teresa Cabreros Dr. Reycor E. Sacdalan Mrs. Zulita I. Villones

SCHOOL Bonifacio Camacho NHS Limay National HS Pablo Roman NHS Lamao NHS

DISTRICT Abucay Limay Pilar Limay

PRINCIPAL Dr. Luisa M. Isidro Mrs. Francisca de Roxas Mrs. Ofelia D. de Vega Mrs. Amelinda D. Fandialan

SUSTAINABILITY: CATEGORY Big School Big School School at Large


ELEMENTARY LEVEL BIG CATEGORY: RANK First Second Third

SCHOOL Orion ES Samal North ES Culis ES

DISTRICT Orion Samal Hermosa

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Teresita R. Ordiales Mr. Francisco B. Bautista Mrs. Erlinda S. Custorio

SCHOOL Liyang ES Mabayo ES Bantan ES

DISTRICT Pilar Morong Orion

PRINCIPAL Ms. Benilda A. Atienza Mrs. Mariel L. Labandilo Ms. Ma. Corazon Alarcon

SCHOOL Limay ES Tomas Pinpin MES Cabcaben ES

DISTRICT Limay Abucay Mariveles

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Marilyn V. Dizon Mrs. Elvira R. Mina Mrs. Basilisa S. Icasiano

SCHOOL Alasasin ES A.G. Llamas ES Batangas 2 ES BEPZ ES

DISTRICT Mariveles Mariveles Mariveles Mariveles

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Jocelyn C. Pasag Mr. Frederick Y. Simbol Ms. Marjorie M. Palomo Ms. Leonila S. Alcid

SMALL CATEGORY: RANK First Second Third

SCHOOL AT LARGE CATEGORY: RANK First Second Third SUSTAINABILITY: SCHOOL Big School Small School School at Large

4. Participated in the coordination meeting, PRRMC, June 28, 2012. 5. Participated in the Coastal Clean-Up, September 22, 2012. 6. Participated in the 2012 Road Safety Poster Making.

DIVISION LEVEL: School ELEMENTARY: Limay Elementary School Hermosa Elementary Sch. Tomas Pinpin MES

SECONDARY: Limay NHS Mariveles NHS-Cabcaben P. Roman NHS

Name of Contestant

Coach

Place

Carl Kaede C. Domingo Alexa Ann L. Gutierrez Lea Andrea S. Tayo Angela Maree D. Limcangco Nikka V. Salandanan

Mrs. Melani R. Cortez Mrs. Isabel Manuel Ms. Annabelle Ambrocio

First Place Second Place Third Place

Bryan Espulgar Lara Dianne B. Libunao Vanessa D. Cruz

Mrs. Lorena Navata

First Place Second Place Third Place

Mrs. Violeta G. Pesa

REGIONAL LEVEL: School ELEMENTARY: Limay Elementary School SECONDARY: Limay NHS

Name of Contestant

Coach

Place

Carl Kaede C. Domingo

Mrs. Melani R. Cortez

3rd Place

Bryan Espulgar

Mrs. Lorena Navata

3rd Place


7. Attend Regional Brigada Eskwela Best Implementors at Pampanga High School, San Fernando, Pampanga – October 24, 2012.

ELEMENTARY LEVEL CATEGORY Small School School at Large Sustainability

RANK 4th Runner-Up Champion Big School School at Large Small School

SCHOOL Liyang ES Limay ES A.G. Llamas ES BEPZ ES Batangas II ES Alasasin ES

DISTRICT Pilar Limay Mariveles Mariveles Mariveles Mariveles

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Benilda Atienza Mrs. Marilyn V. Dizon Mr. Eric Simbol Ms. Leonila S. Alcid Ms. Marjorie M. Palomo Mrs. Jocelyn C. Pasag

DISTRICT Dinalupihan Limay Limay Pilar

PRINCIPAL Mr. Omar Magcalas Mrs. Marilyn Macaibay Mrs. Amelia Fandialan Mrs. Ofelia D. de Vega

SECONDARY LEVEL CATEGORY Small School Sustainability

RANK 4th Runner-Up Big School School at Large School at Large

SCHOOL J.C. Payumo NHS Limay NHS Lamao NHS P. Roman NHS

8. Attend National Brigada Eskwela Best Implementors at DepEd Central Office, Manila, November 15, 2012. ELEMENTARY: CATEGORY School at Large

RANK Champion

SCHOOL Limay ES

DISTRICT Limay

PRINCIPAL Mrs. Marilyn V. Dizon

9. Coordinated the Fire drill and earthquake drill in the division with the Provincial Disaster Coordinating Council and Risk Reduction. Seminar and actual simulation was conducted in the school and districts. All districts have completed the training. Majority of the secondary schools have also conducted the activity. Private schools were also involved. 10. Coordinated the Tree planting program in the division. Schools/districts launched their own program in the school compound and or the community. 11. Implemented with the Provincial DENR, the restoration and clean up of Manila Bay as per order of the Supreme Court. Quarterly meeting was attended and activities coordinated. DepEd’s role is in information and dissemination and integration in the school curricula.


Accomplishment Report in Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP) CY 2012 1.

In service trainings, workshops attended by teachers and administrators by subject area =

2.

Conducted “Division Seminar-Workshop for Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan Teachers” on November 21-23, 2012 at Samal North Elementary School, Samal, Bataan.

Activities to improve Supervision and Management of Learning Activities = Participated in the Team Supervision on Project LIFE and Project ROMEO both in elementary and secondary level. = Monitored the serving of food in the school canteen and utilization of proceeds channeled for the supplementary feeding program of school children = Monitored the supplementary feeding program of school children

3.

Activities undertaken to evaluate teaching learning situation = Monitored the conduct of Nutrition Month Celebration in all schools with the theme “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw iton ihihain”


Accomplishment Report SPED CY 2012 Special education or special needs education is the education of students with special needs n a way that addresses the students' individual differences and needs. Ideally, this process involves the individually planned and systematically monitored arrangement of teaching procedures, adapted equipment and materials, accessible settings, and other interventions designed to help learners with special needs achieve a higher level of personal self-sufficiency and success in school and community than would be available if the student were only given access to a typical classroom education Intellectual giftedness is a difference in learning and can also benefit from specialized teaching techniques or different educational programs, but the term "special education" is generally used to specifically indicate instruction of students whose special needs reduce their ability to learn independently or in an ordinary classroom, and gifted education is handled separately. Twelve (12) Central Schools in twelve districts cater to the needs of their gifted children. Five (5) of the twelve schools with gifted classes are recognized by DepEd as SPED Centers. Three (3) more schools are undergoing the processing of their application papers as SPED Centers. Another district is working out for the establishment of its center for special education. The different disabilities vary from intellectually disabled, autism, hearing impaired, visually impaired, physical handicap, to epilepsy, and other learning disabilities. A number of these students are in inclusive education and a few are in the mainstreaming scheme. Four secondary schools have started their special education classes for the differently abled children: a) Mariveles National High School Poblacion ---- HI, VI, ID b) Limay National High School----------------------- HI, VI, ID c) Orani National High School ----------------------- HI d) Hermosa National High School------------------- HI

Other secondary schools are also encouraged to establish special education to catch the graduates of the elementary schools. It is the vision of the Division of Bataan that all secondary schools would organize special education classes to cater to the needs of the growing number of special children in our midst, Two schools are applying to put up their SPED classes this coming school-year: a) Rene Cayetano Memorial Elementary School in Mariveles District – all disabilities b) Samal North Elementary School ------------------- HI, VI, ID The Division Office has a plan of tying up with TESDA to provide additional skills for the differently abled clientele. This plan, if it would materialize, can uplift the confidence of the children with special needs. ACCOMPLISHMENTS 1. Establishments of more SPED Centers ( elementary and secondary) 2. Organization of SPED gifted classes and identification of learning disabilities. 3. Active participation and declaration of interests in the organization of SPED classes of the Secondary Schools Principals. 4. Regular meetings of the SPED School Principals and teachers. 5. Attendance of School Heads and Department Heads and Teachers in the Basic and Advance Training of Trainers (TOT) and Coaches, and Technical and Classification Seminars for the Differently Abled Persons at the Narciso Ramos Sports and Civic Center, Lingayen, Pangasinan on September 26-28, 2012. Eighteen (18) teachers and two (2) Head Teachers joined the said training. 6. The differently abled children are now being prepared for the forthcoming Provincial Athletic Meet on December 1719, 2012. 7. All elementary SPED teachers participated in the Division Three-Day Training in October 2012. 8. Teachers and pupils /students of SPED had their educational tour in Manila as early as August 2012. PLANS 1. Come December 2012, all school heads with SPED classes shall plan all their SY 2013-2014 activities, seminars, trainings, tours and other related activities for the improvement of the SPED children. 2.

Purchase standardized tests for the selection of Head start, grade I to 10 pupils/students.

3. Request for the training of the Division Testing Coordinator and Guidance Counselors in the administration of standardized tests among prospective SPED pupils / students for next school-year.


Accomplishment Report KINDER CY 2012 I. Introduction Teaching is a noble profession. Being a kindergarten teacher is both noble and fulfilling. For a Kindergarten Teacher, it is not actually what they get that matters, it’s what they can give that makes their teaching more meaningful. Although a lot of Kindergarten teachers we have are volunteers, we in the Division of Bataan is indeed very blessed to have teachers who are really committed and dedicated in spite of the fact that what they are receiving does not compensate the work they are doing. Kudos to our Kindergarten Teachers!

II. Activities Undertaken = = = =

Distributed various resource materials for teachers and students Reproduced and distributed MTB-MLE Materials for kindergarten teachers and students Conducted TOT on MTB-MLE ( Kindergarten Teachers ) Monitored the conduct of echo-seminars on MTB-MLE (12 Districts conducted their echo-seminar) = Supervised Kindergarten classes = Assisted Teachers in accomplishing ECCD Checklist III . Trainings /Seminars Attended = Five-Day Training of Trainers (TOT) on MTB-MLE for Kindergarten Teachers ( Cluster I ) Date: March 5-9, 2012 Venue: GSP, Baguio City = First Joint Congress on Comprehensive early Childhood Education and Development Date: August 28 – 30, 2012-11-25 Venue: Teacher’s Camp. Baguio City IV. Kindergarten Classroom Received = Eva Aeta - Limay,Bataan = Mariveles,Bataan V. Organized Kindergarten classes District

Regular

Volunteer

1

ABUCAY

2

23

Total number of classes 25

2

BAGAC

2

15

19

3

DINALUPIHAN EAST

2

30

32

4

DINALUPIHAN WEST

2

44

46

5

HERMOSA

2

43

45

6

MARIVELES

4

69

73

7

MORONG

2

20

22

8

ORANI

4

40

44

9

ORION

2

34

36

10

PILAR

2

24

26

11

Samal

2

20

22

12

Limay

2

39

41

TOTAL

28

401

431


VI Permanent Kindergarten Teacher Items Received

District

Names

School

Date of Appointment

Mabatang ES

9/3/2012

New San Jose ES

9/3/2012

Abucay

1

Arlene G. Angeles

Dinalupihan East

2

Emily Nuguid

Dinalupihan West

3

Margie P. Diwa

San Ramon ES

9/3/2012

Morong

4

Joechebed Dimalanta

Nagbalayong ES

9/3/2012

Mariveles

5

Christian A. Cruz

Cabcaben Es

9/3/2012

6

Jennifer Ocmer

Alas-asin ES

9/3/2012

7

Martha Abe

Ipag ES

9/3/2012

8

Leiza Gatbonton

Balon ES

9/3/2012

9

Kristine Mae Villanueva

Sisiman ES

9/3/2012

10

Marissa Susi

Casupanan ES

9/3/2012

11

Maricris S. Ponce

Balsik ES

9/3/2012

12

Sheila Rizza O. Razote

Tipo ES

9/3/2012

13

Fe Javier

St. Francis ES

9/3/2012

14

Corazon dela Cruz

Bacong ES

10/1/2012

15

Didith Aguilar

Limay ES

10/1/2012

16

Mary Grace Llanes

Lamao ES

10/1/2012

17

Freliza C. Roman

Orani South ES

9/3/2012

18

Nina Perry Monserrat

Tapulao ES

9/3/2012

Hermosa

Limay

Orani

Future Activities = = = =

Continuous monitoring of classes Strengthen instructional supervision to ensure effective teaching and learning among schools. Reproduce and distribute other Kindergarten materials Assist in the smooth implementation of MTB-MLE in Kindergarten


Accomplishment Report ALS CY 2012 I. Introduction The Alternative Learning System (ALS) is a very important component in Philippine Education to achieve quality and access to education as envisioned in the Education For All (EFA) 2015 and specifically on the reduction of illiteracy rate. It is envisioned to respond to the expanding need of out-of-school children, youth and adults for lifelong learning. In Bataan, there is a significant increase in the achievement of the following ALS Programs: Nine (9) learning groups in the A & E (Secondary) and one (1) Learning group in the BLP were organized by district ALS Coordinators; nine (9) learning groups in A & E by mobile Teachers and one (1) basic literacy class; seventeen (17) learning groups in the A & E Secondary funded by Local School Board. Organization of A & E classes is a continuous project of the division through the initiative of the Education Program Supervisor I of ALS with the support of the Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Romeo M. Alip and the Provincial Governor, Honorable Enrique T. Garcia. This year, 2 A&E classes in Bataan District Jail materialized through the initiative of the jail personnel. Accreditation and Equivalency and Basic Literacy classes will start on January 2013 and will end on October 2013. ALS provides comparable and equivalent option to formal education. In 2011, there were 45 elementary and 599 Secondary A&E Passers, making it to a total of 644 successful passers for the first time. This year, A&E exam was scheduled on December 2, 2012 for Region III. II. Overview of Staff Functions ALS Programs and Projects were facilitated by the 11 Mobile Teachers, 12 District ALS Coordinators and 17 LSB Instructional Managers. Survey mapping undertaken by the District ALS Coordinators and Mobile Teachers last November and December 2012 attributed to the completion of the barangay profile of the different districts for their target learners for the Calendar Year 2013. III. Highlights of Accomplishments A. Status of Basic Education Resources a.1 Enrolment a.2 Schools a.3 DepEd Personnel and Teachers There are 12 Mobile Teachers, 12 District ALS Coordinators, 17 Instructional Managers (LSB) who help in the implementation of ALS Programs and Projects in the Division of Bataan. a..7 Instructional Materials 1. Basic Literacy Program – 24 sets of Modules 2. A&E Elementary – 24 sets of Modules 3. A&E Secondary - 96 sets of Modules B. Performance Indicators (CY 2011 and 2012) b.2 Promotion Rate b.6 Graduation Rate b.7 Completion Rate C. Expanding Access to Basic Education c.6 Alternative Learning System + Agap-Sagip C.6.1 C.6.2 Agap-Sagip “No Drop-Out Strategy Schools in the elementary and secondary with big number of drop-outs are involved in this project. Full implementation of the program is monitored and supervised by the ES-I in the elementary and secondary schools. Dissemination of information is done thru LAC sessions conducted by principals with the guidance counselors as Chairman


C.6.3 Special Programs Implemented 1. IP Literacy Program 1.1 Use of Magbukun Language to Magbikin Tribes. Three (3) Classes were organized using Magbukun language in Kinaragan, Limay, Bataan, Biaian, Mariveles, Bataan and Kanawan, Morng, Bataan. 1.2 Indigenous Peoples classes were organized in Pag-asa, Orani, Bataan; SitioDuhat, Saysain, Bagac, Bataan; SitioKanawan, Brgy. Binaritan, Morong, Bataan; and Biaan, Mariveles, Bataan. 2. Adolescent- Friendly Literacy Enhancement Project for OSY and Adults (AFLEP) –was introduced in Mariveles,Bataan where they Integrated selected Core Messages in the daily sessions of all Instructional Managers, District ALS Coordinators and Mobile Teachers 3. Radio-Based Instruction – was introduced in Morong, Bataan 4. Functional CLRC All districts through the District ALS Coordinator worked for the institutionalization of functional CLRC’s in big barangays. This project is coordinated by District Supervisors and the District ALS Coordinators. 5. InFed - Informal Education was done in 4 districts of Dinalupihan East, Dinalupihan West, Samal and Limay. DISTRICT A.Dinalupihan West B.Dinalupihan East

c.Samal d.Limay

TRAINING

FUND

SPONSOR

1.Electrical 2.Therapeutic Massage 1.Therapeutic Massage 2.Pipe Fitting 3.Industrial Electricity 4.Food & Beverage 5.Bartending 6.Contact Service Center 7.Housekeeping 8.Computer Literacy 1.Therapeutic Massage

P 30,000 P 20,000 P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000 P 50,000 P 25,000 P 25,000 P 25,000 P 25,000 P 25,000

Dimalupig Lions, SK ,MSWDO Dimalupig Lions, SK ,MSWDO Dimalupig Lions, SK ,MSWDO Dimalupig Lions, SK ,MSWDO Dimalupig Lions, SK ,MSWDO TESDA,Eastwoods TESDA,Eastwoods TESDA,Eastwoods TESDA,Eastwoods TESDA,Eastwoods LSB

1.Pastry & Bread Making (Lamao) 2.Pastry & Bread Making-2nd batch (Lamao) 3.Commercial Cooking (Lamao)

P 30,000 P 30,000

Barangay Fund Barangay Fund

P 100,000

Phil.Women’s Univ. (PWU), TESDA

4.Commercial Cooking (Limay) 5.Small Engine Repair 6.Cosmetology 7.Computer Training 8.Therapeutic Massage 9.Hair Culture

P 100,000 P 94,000 P 16,000 P 17,000 P 24,000 P 45,000

Phil.Women’s Univ. (PWU), TESDA Phil.Women’s Univ. (PWU), TESDA LSB LSB Barangay Fund LSB

c.6 Educational Testing Program – ALS C.7.1 Administration of Accreditation and Equivalency Test was postponed from October 21, 2012 to December 2, 2012 to be held at Tomas Pinpin Memorial Elementary School, Abucay, Bataan, A.G.Llamas Elem School, Mariveles, Bataan and Bataan District Jail for the male inmates.


Accomplishment Report DORP Implementation CY 2012

Identified SARDO

Region: 3 Division:

Bataan

No.

Saved SARDO's

% of Success

School

M

F Total M

F

Total

Saved x 100 % Identified 100 %

1 Bagac NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

2 Balsik NHS

4

2

6

4

2

6

100%

3 Bataan School of Fisheries

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

4 Bonifacio Camacho NHS

16

3

19

16

3

19

100%

5 Dr. V. Roman NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

6 Emilio Bernabe NHS

23

5

28

23

5

28

100%

7 Hermosa NHS

49

48

97

49

48

97

100%

8 J.C. Payumo MNHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

9 Lamao NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

10 Limay NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

11 Luakan NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

12 Mabatang NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0%

13 Magsaysay NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

14 Mariveles NHS Cabcaben

11

0

11

11

0

11

100%

15 Mariveles NHS Malaya

16

4

20

16

4

20

100%

16 Mariveles NHS New Alion

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

17 Mariveles NHS Poblacion

12

5

17

12

5

17

100%

18 Morong Mabayo 19 Morong NHS Mabayo

0

0

0

0

0

0

0%

0

0

0

0

0

0

0%

20 Nagbalayong NHS

16

16

32

16

16

32

100%

21 Orani NHS

4

1

5

4

1

5

100%

22 Orani NHS Pag-asa

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

23 Orani NHS Parang-parang

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

24 Orion NHS

52

27

79

52

27

79

100%

25 Pablo Roman NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

26 Pagalanggang NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

27 Samal NHS

17

7

24

17

7

24

100%

28 Samal NHS Annex

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

29 Saysain NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

30 Sta. Lucia NHS

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Note: Most schools solved their problems on potential drop-outs through; a. Agap Sagip - after months with Agap-Sagip, most students returned to the mainstream at the latter part of the school-year. b. SII - Schools utilized all possible and appropriate interventions to save the SARDO's.


2012 OBLIGATIONS and BALANCES For CY 2012, the total allotment amounted to P 1,104,944,896.25. This covered Personal Services (PS) and Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses ( MOOE), and other Special Funds. The total allotment for elementary was P 909,432,518.00, while in the secondary level it was P87,394,963.00, Special Funds amounted to P 97,950,388.00.. Special Funds amounted P 116,578,368.69. The amount for Personal Services in the elementary level was P 875,568,518.00, and for the secondary level, P 92,786,388.00.

Elementary

Secondary

Total

875,568,518.00 968,354,856.00

Personnel Services Elementary - 875,568,518.00 Secondary - 92,786,338.00 TOTAL - 968,354,856.00

92,786,338.00

TOTAL OBLIGATION AND BALANCES FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY Elementary

Secondary

Total

35,971,153.31

40,282,609.87

4,311,456.56

MOOE Elementary 875,568,518.00 Secondary 92,786,338.00 TOTAL 968,354,856.00


2012 ALLOTMENT At the end of the Calendar Year, funds for the Personnel Services obligate P 968,354,906.00. Total obligation incurred for the elementary was P 875,568,518.00 and for the secondary was P 92,786,388.00. The MOOE utilized P 35,971,153.31, wherein the elementary was able to obligate P 31,659,696.75 and the secondary incurred P 4,311,456.56. Special Funds expenses amounted to P 91,913,201.12 . At the close of the calendar year there was un obligated balance in the amount of P 8,727.204.15

TOTAL ALLOTMENT FOR ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY PS

MOOE

SPECIAL FUNDS

TOTAL

1,200,000,000.00 1,096,239,260.51

1,000,000,000.00

968,354,906.00

800,000,000.00

600,000,000.00

400,000,000.00

200,000,000.00 91,913,201.20 35,971,153.31 0.00

PS

Series1 968,354,906.00

MOOE 35,971,153.31

SPECIAL FUNDS 91,913,201.20

TOTAL 1,096,239,260.


GOAL CHART DIVISION IOF BATAAN Narrative Summary

EFA Goals 1. Universal coverage of out of school youths (OSY)

Means of Verification (MOV)

Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVI) 20092010

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014-2015 2014

Increased achievement of the following ALS Programs:

and adults in the provision of basic Basic Literacy Program (BLP) learning areas 200

300

350

400

List of learners 150

150

Accreditation and Equivalency (A & E) 100

150

150

175

200

List of passers 150

Increased Completion Rate from 70% to 90% 70 2. Universal school participation and elimination of drop outs and repetition in first three grades

75

80

85

87

BEIS

90

Increased enrolment in the first three grades from 41,470 to 42,299

BEIS

Grade I 14292 14241 14967 15266 15572

15883

Grade 2

13214 13337 13417 13685 13959

14238

Grade 3 12999 13036 13086 13348 13615

13887

Decreased Dropout Rate in the first three grades from .29% to .21%

BEIS

Grade I 87

65

31

20

7

0

30

28

25

18

0

33

27

22

17

0

Grade 2 35 Grade 3 33

Decreased Repetition Rate in the first three grades from .35% to .30% Grade I 118

147

154

46

31

16

52

67

41

28

14

27

27

23

18

13

Grade 2 74 Grade 3 83

BEIS

Important Assumption/ Risk


Narrative Summary

Means of Verification (MOV)

Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVI)

3. Universal completion of full cycle of 2009basic 2010

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014-2015 2014

education schooling with satisfactory Increased completion Rate from 80.40% to 80.92% achievement level

BEIS

Elementary 92.39% 85.23% 80.40% 80.72% 81.04%

81.36%

Increased completion Rate from 68.22% to 69.98%

BEIS

Secondary 70.01% 67.66% 68.22% 69.98% 72.09%

74.20%

Increased Cohort Survival Rate from 80.55% to 81.58% Elementary 91.83% 85.20% 80.55% 81.58% 82.61%

83.64%

Increased Cohort Survival Rate from 72.83% to 75.37% Secondary 73.27% 71.24% 72.83% 75.37% 77.91%

BEIS

80.45%

Increased Retention Rate from 99.02% to 99.27% Elementary 99.18% 99.60% 99.02% 99.27% 99.52%

99.77% List of schools

Increased Retention Rate from 93.18% to 94.88% Secondary 93.72% 92.54% 93.18% 94.88% 96.58%

4. Total community commitment to attainment of basic education competencies for all

98.28%

Increased Number of schools/CLC with improved stakeholders’ participation

Elementary 169

169

168

169

170

171

30

31

32

33

34

5

6

6

6

6

Secondary 29 ALS 3

Increased Number of schools/CLC with I Increased funding from LGU Elementary 169

169

168

169

170

171

30

31

32

33

34

5

6

6

6

6

Secondary 29

ALS 3

List of schools/CLC

Important Assumption/ Risk


Narrative Summary

Division Goals

1. Improved learner performance in all subject areas

Means of Verification (MOV)

Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVI)

20092010

20102011

20112012

20122013

20132014-2015 2014

Increased MPS from 79.55% to 81.27%

NAT result

Elementary 81.23% 82.75% 79.55% 81.27% 83.13%

85.20%

Increased MPS from 59.41% to 61.30% Secondary 57.74% 57.94% 59.41% 61.30% 63.50%

2. Improved participation rate

65.25%

Increased Participation Rate from 78.78% to 83.61% Elementary 82.21% 79.61% 78.78% 83.61% 88.44%

93.27%

Increased Participation Rate from 55.23% to 63.35% Secondary 52.82% 51.98% 55.23% 63.35% 71.47%

3. Improved graduation rate

79.59%

Increased Graduation Rate from 99.85% to 100% Elementary 99.92% 99.79% 99.85% 100.00% 100.00%

100.00%

Increased Graduation Rate from 93.68% to 95.79% Secondary 93.61% 91.57% 93.68% 95.79% 97.90%

100.00%

Form 18E and Form 18A

Important Assumption/ Risk


Narrative Summary

Means of Verification (MOV)

Objectively Verifiable Indicator (OVI)

2010- 2011- 2012- 20132014-2015 2011 2012 2013 2014

Purpose

2009-2010

1. Improved capacity of SHs/CLC Coordinator in managing the delivery of education services

Increased no. of schools with highest level of SBM practice

Elementary

1.1 Level 1

169

156

142

127

112

95

1.2 Level 2

10

20

31

42

50

1.3 Level 3

1

6

11

16

26

21

13

5

0

0

1.2 Level 2

8

13

17

18

13

1.3 Level 3

1

5

10

15

21

Secondary 1.1 Level 1

30

Increased no. of CLC coordinator implementing DALSIP 5 2. Enhanced Teachers’ / IMs / Facilitators’ Competencies

5

6

8

10

12

Increased no. of teachers demonstrating NCBTS Elementary 500

600

750

850

950

1200

300

400

500

550

600

Secondary 200

Increased no. of IMs and Facilitators demonstrating alternative modes of instruction 6 3. Improved instructional supervision

8

10

12

16

20

169

168

169

170

171

29

30

31

32

33

34

3

5

6

6

6

6

Elementary 169 Secondary

ALS

SBM Monitoring Tools

Important Assumption/ Risk


RESEARCH

The Division Office prepared not to launch a research in 2012 in any area due to myriads of activities. However, the school year 2013-2014, two major researches shall be launched come June 2013.


A. CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION The Division Office plays an important role in directing every school toward the achievement of its educational goal – that of providing quality education. In the Division of Bataan, under the leadership of the Schools Division Superintendent and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, the Education Program Supervisors are working hand in hand to make sure that curriculum and instruction be understood and appreciated by the schools teaching force for them to successfully implement it. As for 2013, the following are the plans of the Division. 1.1 Differentiated / Developmental Supervision This kind of supervision is intended to address the special of different teachers by focusing on areas of interest and engaging in several highly reflective individual activities In our Division we plan to strengthen the system by providing varying levels of supervising and include evaluation to address the professional growth of the mentors 1.2 Curriculum Materials Development The Curriculum is like a master plan that serves as guide to what educational goals are to be achieved and through what teaching method. The process of coming up with a curriculum is long and painstaking. It begins with the of a tentative list of educational objectives based on school stakeholders input. This is important as it sets the direction of the schools teaching learning activities. But it doesn't stop that the most crucial part though is its implementation. To ensure the success of a curriculum., there is a need to develop the materials necessary for its effective implementation. We in the Division of Bataan envisioned to provide all the materials needed in the process of achieving its educational goal of a quality education through curriculum development. As such we are planning to: 1. Reproduce teachers a learners materials for K-12 2. Develop additional learning materials for different learning needs 3. Provide material development skills down the field. 4. Promote a culture of collaboration and continuous improvement of learning suggest materials. 1.3 Staff Development In a school setting, the principal is expected to play important roles, thus, he/she needs to be adequately prepared for the job. As such, the focus of our efforts on staff development this 2013 is with them. There is a need to redefine their roles from management to instructional leadership. Among the activities we plan to help them undertake are the six standards set forth by the US NAESP ( 2011, pp. 6-7) 1. Lead Schools in a way that places student and adult learning at the center. 2 Set high expectations and standards for the academic and social development of all students. 3. Create a culture of continuous learning for adults tied to student learning and other school goal 4. Demand content and instruction that ensure student achievement on academic standard. 5. Use multiple sources of data as diagnostic tools to assess, identify and apply instructional improved. 6. Actively engages the com. To create should responsibility for student a school success.


B. SCHOOL GOVERNANCE

Research in the US indicated that an increase in principal leadership behaviour is associated with a gain in the over-all achievement of the school. It is, therefore, vital that the leader in every school has the skill and know-how regarding management and operation of a school. The Principal should know how to recognize and celebrate school accomplishments and acknowledge failures. He/she has the responsibility to challenge the status quo for improvement. Being a leader, he/she can systematically consider new and better ways of doing things. Aside from those characteristics, the principal will also lead in the school level and support the programs and projects of DepEd, to raise focus and sustain attention and effort in attaining improved educational outcomes. The Division Office shall monitor the establishment of Science Laboratory Rooms, Speech Laboratory, SPED Work Center, Silid Pangarap , School Radio Broadcasting Network, School Libraries and Guidance Centers.

Sustain the monitoring of the purchase and utilization of: a. Project AIM (Acquire Instructional Materials) b. Project TMG ( Teachers” Manual Guides) c. Project AD (Assistive Devices) d. Project ICT-A2 (Information Community Technology) e. Establishment of a New Provincial Athletics Ground The School Teacher together with the stakeholders must lead all endeavors to increase pupil performance in all learning areas: NAT – 80 to 85 ; RAT – 85 to 90. He/She has to support and encourage teacher coaches and contestants in conducting/participating in all DEpEd contests. The School Leader and the Division Office shall monitor/implement K-12 Basic Education Curriculum and other DepEd programs, projects and thrusts.

C. PRIVATE SCHOOL EFFECTIVENESS

Private schools are partners of the public schools in the delivery of quality education. The Education Program Supervisor in-charge of the Private Schools has been saturating the whole Bataan in search of private schools, which are operating without permit to operate.

As of the moment there are zero private schools reported operating without permit. Private schools are also being monitored regularly by the Division Office.


COMMITMENT The Division of Bataan is highly committed to provide quality basic education, to focus, sustain and raise the: a. Achievement Rate b. Transition Rate c. Retention Rate and lessen in great degree the drop-out rate.


PANALANGIN O, Ama, luwalhatiin po kayo dito sa lupa at sa langit. Kayo nga po, O, Diyos, ang lumikha ng lahat. Kayo din po ang Diyos ng kapayapaan, Diyos ng katarungan, Diyos ng kabutihan, Diyos ng kalusugan, Diyos ng kasaganaan, at Diyos ng katagumpayan. Patawarin nyo po kami, Ama, sa anumang masasakit na salita na nakasugat ng puso ng aming kapwa; sa mga maling desisyon at mga maling kaisipan. Tulungan nyo po kami, Ama, na mapatawad namin ang aming mga kapwa sa mga nagawa nilang pananakit sa amin.

Pakituwid nyo po Ama ang aming mga buhay. Kung hindi namin kayo kasama, patuloy po kaming madadapa at mahihirapan sa pagbangon. Tulungan nyo po kami na makontrol namin ang aming mga sarili kapag kami’y nagagalit, kapag kami’y nagdaramdam at naghihinanakit. Bigyan nyo po kami ng katapatan at dedikasyon sa aming trabaho; ng sipag at tiyaga lalo na kapag mahirap at masalimuot ang aming gawain; ng mahabang pasensya at magandang serbisyo sa lahat ng taong aming pinaglilingkuran sa araw-araw. Ama, tulungan nyo po kami na maialay namin sa inyo, ang bawat araw ng aming buhay. Sa Inyo ang bawat paglilingkod namin sa aming kapwa. Ama, pakaingatan nyo po si Dr. Romeo M. Alip at Mrs. Celia D. Nacpil, at ang kani-kanilang mga kaanak. Samahan nyo po sila sa paghabi ng karunungan para sa mga paaralan sa buong Bataan. Hayaan nyo po Ama, na ang Inyong Banal na Espiritu ang maghari sa aming buhay, sa aming mga tahanan, sa buong Division Office, sa lahat ng paaralan sa aming lalawigan. Ang lahat ng ito’y buong kagalakan naming idinadalangin sa ngalan ng inyong Anak na si Hesus, Amen.


PANALANGIN NG MGA GURO SA BATAAN Diyos ng kabanalan, Panginoon ng kabutihan Bukal ng katarungan at malinaw na kaalaman Humirang ka ng guro, pinagpalang kasangkapan Tagahubog ng kabataa’t gabay sa kinabukasan. Kaming mga guro sa peninsula ng Bataan Lahing pinagpalang may kahapon ng kagitingan Lumalapit sa mahal na Diyos at namamanhikan Na kami’y pagpalain at gawai’y basbasan, Lahat nawa ng guro sa lalawigan ng Bataan Ay maging halimbawa ng pag-ibig sa bayan Sa kilos at sa gawa, sa salita at kaisipan Lagi nawang mamayani ay kabayanihan. Lahat sana ng guro sa peninsulang mahal Ay makilalang mabait, matapat at banal Masunurin sa Diyos, nakaugat sa dasal Mapaglingkod sa kapwa, malinis ang asal. San Jose aming patron idalangin kami’t hatdan Ng pagpapala ni Jesus na iyong inalagaan Santa Maria, Ina ng Diyos at ng buong sambayanan Kaming lahat ay akayin mong maging bayani at banal Amen!

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