Posted by: makiwalo | July 15, 2009

School Start Brigada Eskwela 2009 – 2010

Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education

Regional Office No. VIII

Division of Northern Samar

District of Mondragon

MAKIWALO INTEGRATED SCHOOL

S. Y. 2009 – 2010

BRIGADA ESKWELA ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT

Introduction:

The school is an institution which is responsible in molding the learners into a responsible individual in the society. This is where one is crafted into a better person, who will be an emblem of the kind of learning center where be was raised.

The multifarious concern of school demands working with others to accomplish designed tasks and objectives. These would need dedicated school personnel, cooperative parents, accountable community and innovative learners.

DepEd Memorandum No. 12, s. 2006 otherwise known as National Schools Maintenance Week or commonly called Brigada Eskwela, aims to prepare the school one week before its formal opening of classes.

The said activity was disseminated on fourth week of March through the school head. Thus the group came up with the decision to have schedules to help for the duration of the week – long implementation of the program. It turned out as part of the Barangay Linis Program in which barangay aide personnel was assigned during the BE period.

Believing that the community cannot stand without the school, and likewise the school without the community, we greatly believed that the school is the face of the barangay. Thus all the people in the community even those whose children were not studying in the school, gave a hard and volunteered to support the program.

Therefore, the teachers are very much indebted to the barangay folks for without them, the following would not have been made possible.

  • Cleaning of the school grounds
  • Pruning/trimming of trees around the school
  • Fixing of Garbage disposal
  • Repairing of classroom
  • Construction of Balusters in Grade 1 – 3 classes
  • Repair of H. E. ceiling/roofing
  • Repair of dilapidated chairs
  • Repairing and Fixing of Bulletin boards
  • Cleaning of classrooms and office.
  • Repair of Makeshift building.
  • Construction of four (A) Comfort Rooms.
  • Construction of One (1) Comfort Room inside Grade VI classroom.

Funds were procured through solicitation from Provincial Government, Local Government Unit (LGU) and PTCA fund for school year 2007 – 2008

With their unselfish cooperation and invaluable support of the barangay people, the Brigada Eskwela in Makiwalo Integrated School turned out to be a successful one.

SCHOOL CORE VALUES:

  1. Accountability – As a part of the organization one should be responsible in any role will be assigned to him. The sum of the parts is more than the strength of the whole.
  2. Innovation – A growing community should be susceptible to change, more so with the new methods, ideas, technology being introduced in connection to effectiveness.
  3. Cooperation – It is when the organization work together and act jointly that it will profit much. In any endeavor, the effort of maximum participation would surely be to the realization of aimed progress.

SCHOOL VISION:

Makiwalo Integrated School is a high performing institution with accountable, innovative school personnel and cooperative community, producing responsible and enlightened graduates in a child-friendly environment.

MISSION:

To provide equal opportunity and access to quality basic education through accountable and innovations personnel, developing high-performing learners who possess moral, spiritual, personal discipline and leadership with strong support from the community.

SCHOOL COMMUNITY PROFILE

Makiwalo Integrated School, as it name implies cater Elementary and Secondary Education with first year to fourth year and Pre-school all in one campus.

It is situated in the northernmost part of Samar Island extending seven kilometers to the East which is the Municipality of Mondragon and eight kilometers west of the municipality of Catarman.

The school site is accessible by any means of Land transportation.  It is only thirty-minute drive from the capital town, this site measures 10,230 square meters which was donated by the late Victoriano De Guia under tax declaration number 4338.

Presently, it has 326 students in high school and1,000 pupils in elementary and 80 pre-schoolers for S.Y. 2008-2009.  The majority of the enrollees came from Makiwalo and the rest from nearby places like Dona Lucia, Sitio Alisyao and San Agustin.

Makiwalo Integrated School in brief glimpse, started as primary school in 1940 and completed as Elementary School in 1947.

The demographic Location of the school prompted few of its graduates to enroll their secondary course at Northern Samar Academy, St. Michael Academy and Catarman National High School.  All are situated in the municipality of Catarman.  Most of its graduates were enrolled in Mondragon Agro Industrial High School, found a kilometer away from Mondragon Poblacion.

Financial Problem beset the parents aside from the fact that they could not intensively monitor their children, which bring them to a doubt whether their students are really attending classes or out with friends.  This brought forth the idea of opening a high school and this pave the way to the conversion of Makiwalo Elementary School to Makiwalo Integrated School Last October 18, 2004.  A Memorandum of Agreement made and entered into by and between the Department of Education represented by Mr. Allan C. acedera Principal, Barangay Government of Makiwalo represented by Ex-Brgy. Captain Bennie V. Cabalitan, the Municipal Government of Mondragon represented by Ex-Mayor Elito E. Dapulag to answer the need of having a secondary school pursuant to RA 6655 and provision of DECS Order No. 5 series of 1989 and DECS Order No. 91 series of 1999 for the Integration of Schools.

Makiwalo Integrated School is headed by a principal. It has twenty –four permanent teachers.  Some Teachers acquired units in Masteral Degree.

The school is enjoying the full support of the Provincial and Municipal Government Through their SEF for the salaries and benefits of one Secondary teacher, two (2) pre-school teachers, four (4) security aide and two (2) non-teaching personnel.

CURRICULUM

The Makiwalo Integrated School adopts the Restructured Basic Eduction Curriculum Which focused on the five (5) core subjects; English, Mathematics, Science and Health, Filipino and Makabayan. However, Makabayan has its components which are Music, Arts, Physical Education, Civics and Culture/Geography and History, Values Education and Livelihood Education.

Synchronized Reading Program is Implemented last hour in the morning, Remediation, Reinforcement, and Enrichment (RRE) is done every Friday by Subject Area.  Reading Clinic and Mathematics Clinic is so designed to meet the needs of special and exceptional children and students.

PHYSICAL FACILITIES

The school site measures 10,230 square meters. There are nine school buildings occupied by elementary classes five of which are sub – standard. The Marcos type building and FVR building where the Grade VI and Grade III are holding classes there classes are already dilapidated and the danger for it to collapse brought worries for the occupants. The school is not yet titled. A deed of Donation is its proof for ownership.

The Principals Lead building is now considered as Computer Laboratory room.

The fourth year and third year hold their classes in a classroom conducive for learning of student provided by the KALAHI – CIDDS (DSWD).

The first year and second year classes hold their classes in a makeshift building provided by the Local Government of Mondragon.

The water system provided by the Provencial Gov’t those the aide of UNICEF with the Php 50,000.00 counterpart of the school for the labor was realized. It serves as great help for the school in supplying water to the Comport Rooms in the school campus. But, due to unavailable circumctances, during the EVRAA period the water pump had shortage in power that causes unsupplied of water to the present.

Sports equipment are not available. During Physical Education classes, pupils perform their activities using borrowed equipments. The teachers are also taxed in buying the equipments from their own pockets for their desire to bring the best to their students/pupils.

One classroom is considered as Computer Laboratory Room which is composed of twenty one (21) computer units wherein, teachers who want to use the units for students/pupils teaching learning process will be done.

Secondary classes bring their own chair. Blackboards and teachers tables which will facilitate an environment conducive to learning are also inadequate.

The library needs to be repaired to accommodate the school population who are using the place for their research works.

Science laboratory room and equipments are not available. The students and pupils cannot manipulate appropriate apparatuses to concretize the theories and scientifically reason out from their experiments.

SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE SCHOOL

The school is a rectangular plane, fifteen meters away from the seashore in the North and thirty maters away from the National Highway in the South. It has sandy soil but allows flowering plants to grow in concrete flower boxes which run on sides and in between the two spacious grounds grow with fine grass inviting to pupils and the students to sit on and play during their leisure time.

The school has mini – forest which give a convenient area for students and pupils who are holding their Physical Education classes.

The functional canteen provides the school population with their snacks and the school supplies.

A number of coconut trees growing at the back and middle portion of the school yield good harvest that enable the school to raise amount from its copra quarterly.

The school is fully energized. Each room has electrical connections that allow every teachers to make use of it for improved learning environment.

Socio-Cultural

Makiwalo is enrich by its neighboring barangays for the way of life and made of undertake the reason.

Most households are well-furnished with TV stes, DVD, VCD and other appliances. Some own generator sets. Five identified families owned fishing boats that supply the needs of fish of its constituents  through its public market. It has a cellular site that gives convenience to the users of mobile phones. It has satellite cable connection among the residents who can afford for monthly payment.

The people of Makiwalo all dominantly Roman Catholics. They spend their day of worship is in the church. Mass are also held in Monastery found in Setio Alisyao. The presence of the Monastery and the Seminary enhanced a generally peaceful environment.

A group of religious denomination such as Baptist, Born Again Christians, Mormons and Jehovah Witnesses composed of the constituents. Aside from Born Again Christians, the rest have their fellowship on their schedule days outside the barangay. Since Catholics is the dominant religion, they celebrate their annual fiesta in honor of Saints Roche.

POLITICAL PROFILE

Makiwalo is headed by Punong Barangay Rogelio P. Diaz Sr. The members of the councilors are: Editha Cerenado, Orsonel de Guia, Rey Aguilando, Cesar Rivas, Monina Cerenado, Amra Balleta, Elizabeth Unay. The Sanguniang Kabataan Chairman is Jeffrey Dolo.

DEMOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL PROFILE:

Barangay Makiwalo is a community along the sprawling shore of Mondragon, located between Barangay Doňa Lucia and San Agustin facing the Island of Hirapsan and San Bernardino Street. It has a total land area of 745 hectares. Agricultural lands composed the 715 hectares, while 10 hectares made up of the commercial are and 20 hectares for residential.

It has a total population of 2,064 with 836 households. Most of the people are engaged in farming and copra processing. A few are into fishing being employed by owner of fishing boats. Its rate of employment is 42.55%.

There are major crops grown in this place such as cassava, camote and palay. Marine products such as fish, lobster and crabs and also rich in this place. A manageable supply of livestock adds income to the barangay.

A Rural Health Unit rendered the needed services fot the constituents of Makiwalo. It is manage by a midwives and assisted by barangay health workers.

There is an Integrated School with Elementary, Secondary and Pre – school all in one campus. Three Day Care Centers with total enrolment of 80 is operating.

GEO – POLITICAL

Makiwalo is six kilometers away from Mondragon and more or less nine kilometers away from Catarman. It is bounded in the North by Island Hirapsan, East by Brangay San Agustin , South by  MH. Huyaw and West by Doňa Lucia.

The abundance of marine aquatic resources and the harvest from vast farmlands make it a haven for those who love to work and earn a living.

The ten hectares for its commercial area has fish and vegetable market. Three mini – groceries are operating to serve the basic needs of the inhabitants and the neighboring barangay. Several sari – sari stores are also found in place.

II – Situational Analysis

  1. A. School Performance
    1. The table below show the school performance in both academic achievement in NAT and the reading levels of Grade VI pupils.

Table 1.1 NAT Results

Over all achievement

2005 – 2006

2006 – 2007

2007 – 2008

English
Science
Mathematics
Filipino
MAKABAYAN

Table – 1.2 Reading Level of Grade VI

Reading Level

No. of Pupils

Percentage

Frustration Level
Instructional Level
Independent Level

The factors affecting the underachievement in Subjects stated above could be attributed to: lack of textbooks, lack of laboratory equipments for experimentation, lack of teachers training teaching the subject.

on the Reading Level the achievement can be attributed to the following factors; supplementary reading materials are insufficient, lack of reference materials, remediation on reading , visual ids to conceptualize ideas presented are not available.

  1. The table below show the performances in NAT of second year students.

Table 2.1 NAT Results

Over all achievement

MPS

2005-2006

2006-2007

2007-2008

English
Science
Math
Filipino
MAKABAYAN
  • Factors continuing to the underachievement of NAT in most of the subject areas could be attributed to ; teacher teaching in Science is a non-major, no available textbooks in major subjects, teachers are overloaded to conduct remedial classes.
  1. Performance Indicator

The school performance indicators for Elementary and Secondary are shown in the table below:

Table 3.1 Performance Indicators.

Indicators

Percentage

2005-2006

2006-2007

2007-2008

Graduation Rate
Promotional Rate
Failure Rate

Simple Drop-out Rate

Repetition Rate
Completion Rate

Table 3.2 Performance Indicators S.Y. 2005-2006, 2006-2007, 2007-2008 (Secondary)

Indicators

Percentage

School Year

2005-2006 2006-2007 2007-2008
Promotional Rate
Failure Rate
Simple Drop-out Rate

Table 3.3 Nutritional Level ( Elementary)

Nutritional Level No. of Pupils Percentage
Above Normal
Normal
Below Normal

Table 3.4 Nutritional Level (Secondary)

Nutritional Level No. of Students Percentage
Above Normal
Normal
Below Normal
  • The factors affecting the under achievement of the school’s performance can be attributed to; lack of textbooks and instructional materials, poor reading levels of students, socio-economic status of the people, presence of gambling shops near the school.
  • On the nutritional Status, pupils and students who belong to below normal are coming from family with below 3,000 monthly incomes, literacy rate of parents is 15% where the identified malnourished children belong, hence they are not aware of the night nutrition of their siblings.
  1. B. Instructional Materials
    1. Based in analysis of the School Report Card the following were the findings:
  • The Computer Laboratory room is now ready for teaching – learning situation with the presence of 21 computer units.
  • Sports equipments are not available for utilization in Physical Education classes and sports activities.
  1. Textbooks.

Textbooks in the following subject areas and their ratio for pupils consumption are :

Textbooks Grade Year Level Ration

Science

1 & 2
III & IV
V – IV
1st & 2nd Year
3rd & 4th

English

1 & II
III & IV
V & VI
1st & 2nd year
3rd & 4th year

Mathematics

1 & II
III & IV
V & VI
1st & 2nd year
3rd & 4th year

Filipino

1 & II
III & IV
V & VI
1st & 2nd year
3rd & 4th year
  • There are no textbooks in computer, for Secondary
  • The school lacks reference materials like Encyclopedia and Comprehensive Dictionary.

4. PERSONAL PROFILE:

The school has a population of one thousand three hundred sixty five, three hundred of which are high school students and one thousand are elementary school children. Nineteen (19) teachers are in the elementary department and five (5) are in secondary department. The teaching staff is headed by a principal who graduated her Masteral Degree at Samar College and presently earned twenty one (21) units in Ph.. D. at University of Eastern Philippines.

All twenty four teachers and the school principal are nationally paid. However, the one teacher in the secondary does not belong to the school’s plantilla.

TEACHER’S PROFILE

Name of Teacher/employee

Position

Educational Qualification

Employment status

Employment Number

Years in Serves

1. Nimfa G. Magpayo

Principal – I

BSZOO w/professional units in Education on MAED, Ph. D. Units

Regular Permanent

4813724

11 years

2. Lecita A. Poche

MT – I

BSEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

0059810

25 years

3. Gloria A. Patilan

MT – I

BSEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4028655

25 years

4. Ana C. Bocboc

T – I

BEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4812415

10 years

5. Ma. Teresa A. Cordova

T – I

BEED w/ 9 MA units

Regular Permanent

4812833

10 years

6. Gudelia A. Francisco

T – II

BEED

Regular Permanent

4809609

11 yrs

7. Liza G. Diaz

T – II

BEED w/ 42 MA Units

Regular Permanent

4816722

6 years

8. Elma C. Ramirez

T – I

BEED w/ 39 MA Units

Regular Per Regular Permanent

4810217

11 years

9. Carmelita E. de

Francisca

T – I

BEED

Regular Permanent

4813105

11 years

10. Lucy T. Sultan

T – I

BSEED

Regular Permanent

4801829

20 years

11. Pelita A. Cadabuna

T – III

BSEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4809589

12 years

12. Vernie V. Devina

T – III

BSEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4803179

9 years

13. Nenita C. De Guia

T – I

Regular Permanen

14. Ailyn L. Reyes

T – I

Regular Permanen

13. Elisa B. Coprada

T – II

BSBA MAED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4806726

17 years

14. Elvira D.

Cabalitan

T – III

BSEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4801239

20 years

15. Maricel L. Yubac

T – II

BEED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4809289

12 years

16. Leonida S.

Udtujan

T – I

BSAED (CAR)

Regular Permanent

4811900

11 years

17. Eduardo M. Udtujan

T – II

BSIA

Regular Permanent

4027013

30 years

18. Ezmirchil B.

Aguilando

T – I

BEED w/ 9 MA Units

Regular Permanent

4813466

10 years

19. Precila S. Gacusan

T – II

BSEE w/ 9 units

Regular Permanent

4809602

21 years

20. Amelita P. Basarte

T – I

BSED

Regular Permanent

0010552

3 years

21. Rufino P. Galing

T – I

BSED

Regular Permanent

3 years

22. Evelyn D. Lasalita

T – I

BSED

Regular Permanent

1 year

23. Ramon E, Lobos

T – I

BSED

Regular Permanent

4 years

24. Louie G. Rominez

T – I

BSIE w/15 MA Units

Regular Permanent

0010556

12 years

25. Jessebel O.

Dolorso

T – I

BSED

Regular. Permanent

26. John Rey Formaran

Regular Permanen

27. Jennifer Masalig

Regular Permanen

28. Marivic Sioson

Regular Permanen

29. Julie U. Galozo

Regular Permanen

30

  1. Teaching Aids

Computer Aided Instruction will be used by teachers on teaching learning situation. Materials such as Cartolina, manila papers, pictures, flashcards, and charts are also used by teachers as teaching aids.

Recycled materials such as new papers, boxes, cans and Styrofoam are also used for instructional materials.

  1. C. Physical and Auxiliary Services

Table 3.1 School Building

Type of Building

Floor Area

Function

No. of Rooms

Gaps and Trends

Administration

9×6

Principal’s Office

1

Met the PS

Marcus Type

18×8

Classroom

3

Each Classroom is 6×8 which is below PS

Home Economics

12×9

Classroom

1

Met the PS

Fil – Chino

14×7

Classroom

2

Each classroom is 7×7 which is below PS

Bagong Lipunana

25×7

Classroom

3

Each classroom is 7×7 which is below  PS

FVR

16×7

Classroom

2

Each classroom is 8×7 which is below PS

Cory Type

18×7

Classroom

2

Met the PS

FVR

16×7

Classroom

2

Met the PS

FVR

18×7

Classroom

2

Met the PS

JICA

24×10

Classroom

3

Met the PS

DEPED

Computer Room

1

DPWH

Classroom

1

KALAHI – CIDDS

Classroom

2

Others (Multimedia and Office Equipment)

  • Additional gadget/instruments for sound system should be provided.
  • Whiteboards should be used by teachers.
  • Cabinets and teacher’s table should be available.
  • Internet connections should be provided.
  1. D. School Management and Administration

Planning and Development Process.

The school counts on the leadership of auxiliary organization for the effective implementation of different programs and projects of the Department of Education. The following more organized in support of related duties where they are fitted: Homeroom PTA, Federated Homeroom PTA, Teachers and Employees Organization, Supreme Students Government, Supreme Pupil Government Organization, and subject related clubs.

There organizations consume to address, plans, issues, concerns, relevant to the improvement of the school be it on the physical and academic aspect.

Organizational Structure

Makiwalo Integrated School is headed by a principal. Helping her in managing the teaching – learning process are twenty four teachers. A janitor is also under her management. Five other provincial and municipal teaching and non- teaching personnel are also under her supervision.

III – Programs and Action Plan

After having analyzed the current condition of the school, the School Planning Team has identified the following areas for improvement:

    1. Provision of Access
  1. Personnel

The SPT decided that the school should hire competent teaching and non – teaching personnel. To facilitate the teaching learning process, Science and English major will be hired due to the fact that Science and English major teachers are unavailable. Security guard will be hired to maintain the peace and order of the school campus considering the growing population. Office Clerk, Bookkeeper, Disbursing officer and administrative officer will also be hired for the administrative and fiscal management autonomy of the school.

That school shall prepare resolution/request to the municipal/provincial and other offices where the purpose is intended.

  1. Learning Materials
  • Textbooks

The school will ensure that 1:1 textbook student/pupil ratio for all subject areas in all year and grade levels will be provided to students and pupils by this school year.

Request for the needed textbooks will be submitted to the Division Supply Officer.

  1. Physical and Auxiliary Services

The school acquired/put up and construct facilities and equipment for an improved learning environment by S.Y. 2007-2008

  • 4 classroom was constructed
  • Water system from the Provincial Government UNICEF with    Ph 50,000 counterpart labor.
  • Water facilities in selected classrooms are available.
  • Two jetmatic pump are available in the school campus.
  • Acquired two (2) whiteboards from DEPED
  • Acquired fifty (50) armchairs from DEPED
  • Acquired 21 computer units from CICT and one unit was donated by Mrs. FLORIANA O. DE GUIA
  • Acquired 20 computer tables
  • Acquired 24 plastic chairs
  • Acquired two (2) air conditioned
  • Acquired 50 pcs. G.I. sheets, 30 pcs. Marine plywood, 20 pcs. 2×2 good lumber 5 gal. Paints (fence) and 5 gal. Roof paint from Provincial Government
  • Acquired 10 light bulbs from Board member Layon
  • Acquired PH 1,200, being purchased for three (3) gals. of paint from SB member Jojo Madera, Efren Morillo, Tita Conge, Evelyn Turla.
  • Constructed three comport rooms
  • Constructed one CR in Grade VI

Pup –up balusters for three classrooms in grade one’s

Funds for the aforementioned projects came from school Fund raising, solicitations, pupils and students contributions (Graduating Class). Request was also submitted to the Provincial gov’t office.

    1. Quality and Relevance
  1. Lerner’s Performance

Pupil Achievement

-          Increase NAT MPS from _____ to 80%

Student Achievement

-     Increase NAT MPS from _____ to _____

Reading Level

-          Increase gradually Independent Reading Level

from_______to__________

To achieved increase students and pupils achievement in NAT and in increased independent reading level, the school conduct the following activities:

-          Diagnostic Test

-          Analyze Diagnostic Test Result

-          Synchronized Reading Home

-          RRE program every Friday

-          Saturday classes / review

-          Oral Reading Test (pre and Post Test)

-          School Achievement Test

Performance Indicators

  1. Elementary
  • Increase Completion Rate from ______ to _______.
  • Reduce repetition Rate from 2.47 to 0.18
  • Reduce Simple Drop Out Rate from 4.72 to _____.
  1. Secondary

-          Reduce Repetition Rate from _____ to ______.

To improve the curriculum implementation and instructional delivery, the school provided equipments and instructional  materials.

-     Table of Specifications per subject area for all test items.

-      Rubrics from assessing / evaluating pupils and students performance.

-      Volleyball and softball equipment acquired

4. Staff Development

To improve teacher’s learning competencies, the following activities was undertaken”

  • SLAC every third Saturday of the Month]
  • Peer strategy teaching managed by grade chairman
  • Demonstration teaching
  • Teacher’s training on computer last April 17 – 21
  • Pre and post conference with the teacher being observed
  • Teachers Monthly conference
  • Send teachers to training on computer, Math Subjects

5. Management and Administration

To improve stakeholders participation, the following activities has been undertaken.

  • Attend brgy. Council meeting
  • Invite brgy. Council members to attend PTCA meetings.
  • Public announcement of the conduct of Bridaga Eskwela
  • Recognize benefactors

The school welcome financial and material support from the stakeholders. In like manners, the school activity supporting the community inits different programs and projects.

A committee was organized to entertain suggestions from the community. They are in charge in coordinating with the stakeholders in developing school plans, in raising funds for the schools priority projects and in networking with the LGU and NGO”s.

SYSTEM AND PROCEDURES

  • EMIS

Makiwalo Integrated School has functional EMIS, Yearly, The school head, together with the Grade Chairman has to update its data. It is likewise reflected in a five – year back data in tabular from.

  • FISCAL

Makiwalo Integrated School derives its funds from the rational Government, Fund raised by the school through authorized school contributions and fund raising campaigns are under the custody of General PTCA Treasurer and Teachers Organization Treasurer as agreed by the body.

MANAGEMENT OF STAKEHOLDERS

  • The school head works with the different schools organization in developing plans, priority projects and funds raising. He also  taps the potential managers from LGU and NGO’s in any assistance they are needed.

ANCILLARY

Delivery/Quality/Scope and Types

The school has mini – library which is furnished with books to cater school children desire for reading. It is also need as a guidance center for of the designated librarian and guidance in one of the personnel deployed by the LGU. A canteen which provides the school population with their snacks and schools supplies is also run by teacher – adviser. The schools has the principal’s office which is spacious enough to accommodate the needs of whoever needs its services.

5. Instructional Supervision]

To improve the performance of the school in NAT the School head intensify the classroom supervision of 10 teachers a week.

Subject coordinators are required to submit outputs of cited strategies developed to address the needs of different groups of pupils and students.

IV. MONITORING AND EVALUATION

To monitor and evaluate the accomplishment of the different programs and projects the school conduct a quarterly meeting for this purpose.

The school also welcomes  external monitoring and implementation of the programs and projects.

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