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2016-2019

Table of Contents

I Approval Sheet ...................... ...................... .............................. 1


II Indorsement ...................... ...................... ...................... ......... 2
III Table of Contents ...................... ...................... ...................... ......... 3
III.a Executive Summary ...................... ...................... ........................... 4
III.b Introduction ...................... ...................... ...................... ................ 7
III.b.1 DepEd Mission, Vision, Core Values ...................... ................. 12
III.b.2 School’s Current Situation ...................... ...................... ............. 13
III.c School Improvement Planning ...................... ........................... 16
III.c.1 Planning Worksheet for Access and Quality ...................... 16
III.c.2 Planning Worksheet for Governance ...................... ............... 17
III.d Monitoring and Evaluation ...................... ...................... ............ 19

III.e Annexes
School Community Data Template
Child Mapping Tool
Child Friendly School Survey
Child Protection Policy Checklist
Student –led School Watching and Hazard Mapping
Gap Analysis Template
Identifying Priority Improvement Areas
Guidelines in Listening to the Voice of Learners
Walk The Process Guidelines
Root Cause Analysis Overview
Project Work Plan and Budget Matrix
Annual Implementation Plan
SRC Summary of Information
SRC Template (Basic)
SRC Template (Advance)

3
SCHOOL PLANNING TEAM
(School Improvement Plan)

TEAM LEADER:

JOVITA C. GARAN
OIC, Office of the Head Teacher

TEAM MEMBERS

Sharica L. De Vera
SSG President

Altman L. Cabardo
Faculty Club Vice-President

Marvin M. Villanueva
Federated PTA President

Mario C. De Vera
Punong Barangay, Malimpec

Marilyn B. Carpizo
Member, SBDRRMC

Ruby B. Sebastian
Member, SBDRRMC
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The planning team has identified the perennial problem affecting the
academic performance of our students as reflected on the previous NAT
results. In order to increase the mentioned achievement, the team has to
devise measures or tools to address this concern. The positive outcome of this
endeavor is expected not only the sole effort from the student and teachers,
but with the cooperative participation of the parents.
Likewise, there is a needed to improve the quality of instructions among
our teachers to be more effective and efficient in their craft. Therefore, it is
imperative that teacher should enhance their competencies through attending
training and seminars. Furthermore, it is advised that the mentors will
continue to hone their skills by taking up further studies in the Masters and
Doctorate degree.
There is also a need to lessen if not eradicate the absenteeism of
students so that they can achieved the goal of our agency for they have quality
education.
Education of SARDO’s is also one of the top priority of the School
Planning Team (SPT) in order for the school to contribute in one of the thrusts
of DepEd in the K to 12 Program that is the Education For All (EFA).
The physical aspect of improvement of the school is also an urgent need
to maintain its functionality. Identified facilities such as laboratory, canteen,
library, clinic etc.. will be continuously monitored and repaired as need arises.
The stability of these facilities will depend on the proper utilization of the
allocated budget of the different projects and programs needed to be
implemented.
The planning team, stakeholders and all persons involved are committed
to render their time and capabilities to create the ESIP. This is to make it more
comprehensive and attainable in line with the DepEd’s vision and mission in
general.
INTRODUCTION
As the common saying goes, “LET EVERY MAN LEARN HIS DUTY AND TO
ACT IN THE OFFICE IN WHICH HE IS APPOINTED, IN ALL DILIGENCE…”

There is a calling for urgent need for a newly established schools to


come up with a ENHANCED SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN to direct/manage its
growth and development in the next five years.

For us in Catalino D. Cerezo National High School, we cannot afford to


neglect our duty, we must act in the office which we are appointed with
diligence to achieve our goals by having our ENHANCED SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PLAN as an aid to decide in advance the WHAT, the HOW, the
WHEN and the WHO of determining development goals, policies and plans,
conscious setting of alternative courses of actions, procedures, and strategies
needed to achieve the purposes of the government in terms of quality
education using the Enhanced K to 12 ( Basic Education Curriculum ).

Our ESIP is an inclusive overview of major priorities for which our school
pledges its resources for a certain era for continuing improvement in diverse
areas.

This ESIP is an outgrowth of joint interest involving the school’s


stakeholders, with the end in view that what we planned together will be
implemented and bring about vigorous taskforce towards the realization of our
dreams, aims and plans.
RATIONALE

This Enhanced Improvement Plan strengthening the implementations of


RA 9155 that promotes the school performance through different strategies
that is logically studied and would be implemented in school as a unit of
change and development planning that improves involvement of the
stakeholders and monitored internal management of the school.

It recognizes the need of the institutionalizing accountability mechanism


in field level, that focus on critical needs for strengthening the roles and
functions of school level managers.

It is also an Improving Quality as a Core Concern; QUALITY FOCUSED. A


Three-Year Institutional Plan that would be implemented, monitored and
evaluated yearly to meet all the targets of the program that brings three
aspects/outcomes BETTER SCHOOL, BETTER TEACHING AND BETTER
LEARNING.
DEPED’S MISSION, VISSION AND CORE VALUES

Vision
We dream of Filipinos
who passionately love their country
and whose values and competencies
enable them to realize their full potential
and contribute meaningfully to building the nation.

As a learner-centered public institution,


the Department of Education
continuously improves itself
to better serve its stakeholders.

Mission
To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality, equitable,
culturebased,and complete basic education where:
Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sen sitive, safe, and motivating
environment.
Teachers facilitate learning and constantly nurture every learner.
Administrators and staff, as stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and
supportive environment for effective learning to happen.
Family, community, and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share
responsibility for developing life-long learners.

Core Values
Maka-Diyos
Maka-tao
Makakalikasan
Makabansa
SCHOOL’S CURRENT SITUATION
The relative distance of the school is 11 kilometers from the Poblacion
and from the district office. The distance of the school from the division office
is 36 kilometers. The means of transportation are tricycle and passenger
jeepneys.
For the past three years, there was no historical record of incidence of
crimes and other human-induced hazard but the only natural hazard recorded
was tropical cyclone (typhoon).

School Profile
The enrollment of Catalino D. Cerezo National High School for the past 3
years since S.Y. 2013-2014 has significantly increased. During the S.Y. 2013-
2014, there are 209 total numbers of students. 105 are male and 104 are
female. In S.Y. 2014-2015, it has a total of 205 numbers of students. 101 are
male and 104 are female. For S.Y. 2015-2016, the school got a total of 204
number of students.94 are male and 110 are female.

Health and Nutritional Status


Catalino D. Cerezo National High School’s student’s health and
nutritional status poses a problem to the educational status of the school. Last
July 2015, out of 204 total number of students, 24 were identified as
malnourished with respect to their BMI status. This problem was intervened
with a feeding program that was successfully done during the mentioned
school year.

Learners’ Materials
One important factor that helps in the students’ academic
development is the presence of the learning materials. Based on the records of
school, there is a shortage of learning materials in all learning areas.
There is no library in the school. However, the school has a total of 1285
books. There is a need to build a school library since it will become a learning
resource development center for the school.
Teachers’ Professional Development
The school has a total of 9 number of nationally-funded teachers for S.Y.
2016-2017.There are 2 male and 7 female, one of whom is detailed from
Mabulitec Integrated School. Some are undergoing graduate studies to further
enhance their classroom instruction as well as their leadership capabilities.

Funding Sources
The following are the fund sources of the school:
• General Appropriations Act (School MOOE)
 Senior High School – P 4,666.00
 Junior High School – P 25,966.00
• General Appropriations Act (Subsidy for Special Programs)
 None
• Local Government Unit Funds
 P 30,000.00
• Canteen Funds
 None

School Awards and Recognition


Catalino D. Cerezo National High School has not yet received any awards
from district, division and regional level.

Performance Indicator
Access
Dropouts in school were caused by several factors. Sickness got the
highest impact on the dropout rate of the learners, followed by the change of
residence, poor health condition of the child, family problems, lack of interest
and financial problems. Projects and interventions were implemented for
children at risk of dropping out. One of the school mechanisms in addressing
the said issues is home visitation.
Quality
During the S.Y. 2015-2016 a total of 204 number of promoted students
from Grade 7 to Grade 10. 105 are male and 119 are female. The school
recorded a 100 percent of learners who completed for the school year 2015-
2016 from Grade 7 to Grade 10.
In addition, the result of National Achievement Test (NAT) for the school
year 2014-2015 significantly reduced. There is a need to address students
problem and may be given more consideration and motivation by improving
their academic performance.

Literacy
Under the literacy level, the school implemented the PROJECT DARE in
English and Filipino for the S.Y. 2015-2016 shows that less than 10 percent of
the respondents fall under frustration level. However, the English and Filipino
Department intensified their existing program helping students developed
their comprehension skills reducing the number of respondents fall under the
frustration level.

Governance
The School-Based Management Assessment Level falls under
“Developing”. Furthermore, the school got a rating of “28” from the Child
Friendly School survey resulting of being a Child-Friendly School.
Stakeholders support to education has been observed. For Brigada
Eskwela conducted last summer, the school received in cash and in kind
donations.

Status of School Project


The implemented projects of the school and its status:
• Project DARE achieved its target reducing the number of identified
frustration readers 10%, therefore improving the students literacy level.
• The upgrade of perimeter fence was already finished.
• The teachers had already visited the SARDOs.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

IMPLEMENTATION PLAN SCHOOL YEAR 2016 - 2017

PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


SCHOOL PROJECT OUTPUT PERSON SCHEDULE/ BUDGET BUDGET
IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVE FOR THE ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE VENUE PER SOURCE
PROJECT YEAR ACTIVITY
To decrease Anecdotal
PROJECT SPIDO the number of Record Home
(School Prevention drop-out rate Visitation School Head/ School
and Intervention by 2.3% of Checklist CI Team/ School 5,000.00 Fund/MOOE
of Drop-outs) students at parent- member
the end of the Attendance teacher
school year Form conference
To reduce the
PROJECT number of
PASOK(Prevention chronic Anecdotal
of Absenteeism of absenteeism at Record Home
Students to most 156 or7% Checklist Visitation School Head/
Overcome Onwards by the end of SY Attendance Counseling Guidance School
K-12 Challenge) 2016-2017 Form with students Councilor School 4,000.00 Fund/MOOE
Review Parent-
To increase materials teacher
PROJECT “OR” NAT Pre/Post Test conference Subject
(Operation Performance Written teachers School 2,000.00 MOOE
Review) rating agreement Review
Attendance Sessions
sheet
PROJECT DARE Reduce the Anecdotal Reading School head School 10,000.00 School
(Division number of Record remediation CI Team/ Fund/MOOE
Assessment identified Checklist Peer Member
Reading frustration Attendance reading
Enhancement) readers by Form tutorial
10% at the end Conduct pre-
of SY 2016-2017 reading and
post-reading
assessment

Develop
instructional
materials for
slow readers
Reduce the
TLE
PROJECT DWSW number of BMI and Coordinator School
(Decrease Wasted Wasted and Nutritional Feeding Canteen School 4,000.00 Fund/MOOE
and Severely Severly Wasted Status Managers
wasted) Students Report

PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE


SCHOOL PROJECT OUTPUT PERSON SCHEDULE/ BUDGET BUDGET
IMPROVEMENT OBJECTIVE FOR THE ACTIVITIES RESPONSIBLE VENUE PER SOURCE
PROJECT YEAR ACTIVITY
To establish and Established School 3,293.050.00 Donations
PROJECT EUFO upgrade number Upgraded fence, School head/ MOOE/
(Establishment of functional C.R construction/ canteen Physical School
and Upgrade of and handwash establishment Handwash facility Facilities Fund/ SEF
Facilities and facility, canteen of canteen water system Coordinator
Opportunities classroom, water Classroom classroom Class Adviser
system by the water system
end of the SY
2016-2017
Improve the Improved
delivery of pedagogy
basic education and
School
INSET to clientele by INSETs instruction Fund/
strengthening School head 50,000.00 MOOE/
TRAINING/ and enhancing development Accomplished School Donation
SEMINARS teachers' core Plan and achieved Teachers
skills and development
teaching plan in the
competence RPMS
Project AST To meet the Teacher- -Coordination School Head School / 1,000.00 MOOE
{Additional Teacher- Student with CID And School Division
Secondary Student ratio ratio which (Curriculum Selection Office
Teachers) which is 1:40 is 1:40 was Implementation Committee
by the end of met Division) Members
the SY 2016- -Ranking of
2017 teachers
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLANNING

(PLANNING WORKSHEET)

PLANNING WORKSHET for ACCESS and QUALITY


PRIORITY
IMPROVEMENT GENERAL ROOT
AREAS OBJECTIVES CAUSE TIME FRAME

PROJECT SPIDO To decrease the number 2016 2017 2018


(School Prevention and of dropout rate by 1.24% Poverty , Lack of interest,
Intervention of Dropouts of students at the end of sickness and early marriage
the school year.

PROJECT PASOK To reduce the number of 2016 2017 2018


Prevention of
Absenteeism chronic absentees at most Lack of learning interest
of students to Overcome 156 or 7% by the end of due to several factors
SY 2016- 2017

PROJECT “OR” To achieve 75% MPS each ABSENTEEISM – 2016 2017 2018
Operation Review school year Teachers/Students
Learning materials not
sufficient
Teaching process
(inappropriate)
PROJECT DARE Reduce the number of Limited time allotted for 2016 2017 2018
Division Assessment identified non-mastery reading session, lack of
Reading Enhancement of basic skills students by practice in reading, no
10% at the of the SY available learning module
2016-2017
PROJECT DWSW Reduce the number of poverty 2016 2017 2018
Decrease Wasted and Wasted and Severely Lack of health and nutrition
Severely Wasted) Wasted students education
Sanitation and hygiene
problem
No school canteen
No school potable water
PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE
PROJECT EUFO To establish and upgrade Classroom shortage 2016 2017 2018
(Establishment and Upgrade number of functional C.R No school canteen facility
of Facilities and and handwash facility, for 5 years
Opportunities canteen classroom, water No school library
system by the end of the No school water system
SY 2016-2017 No tech.voc. bldg. for SHS
Increase of enrolment
INSET TRAINING / Improve the delivery of Lack of professional 2016 2017 2018
SEMINARS basic education to development
clientele by strengthening
and enhancing teachers’
core skills and teaching
competence
Project AST To meet the Teacher- Lack of teachers 2016 2017 2018
Additional Secondary Student ratio which is 1:40 Increase enrollment
Teachers by the end of the SY 2016-
2017
MONITORING and EVALUATION

Project Monitoring Report Form

PLANNING WORKSHEET for ACCESS and QUALITY


Signature of
Project SPT
Name of Date of Accomplishments/ Issues/Problems/ Recommendations/
Objectives and Project
Project Monitoring Status to date Challenges Action points
and Targets team
Leaders
PROJECT To decrease the Continuous Increasing Home visitations
SPIDO number of drop- June-2016 – monitoring of number of and follow ups
(School out rate by 2.3% March 2017 students SARDOS
Prevention of attendance;
and students at the Advisers have
Intervention end of the done several
of school Home visitations
Dropouts) year to SARDOS

PROJECT June-2016 – Continuous


PASOK To reduce the March 2017 monitoring of Increasing Home Visitations
number of students number of
Prevention of chronic attendance; absences of
Absenteeism absentees at Advisers have students due to
of 156 done several economic factors
or 7% by the Home visitations
students to end
overcome of the SY 2016-
2017
PROJECT “OR” To increase NAT June-2016 – Low NAT Review and
Operation Performance March 2017 performance Remediation
Review Rating rating

PROJECT DARE Reduce the June-2016 – Students under High percentage Reading Progress
(Division number of March 2017 Frustration level of identified Kick-off
Assessment identified are already frustration
Reading frustration identified readers Reading
Enhancement) readers by Remediation
10% at the end
of SY 2016-2017

Project DWSW Reduce the June-2016 – Increased Feeding Program


(Decrease number of March 2017 Number of
Wasted and Wasted and wasted and
Severely Severely severely wasted
Wasted) Wasted
students
PLANNING WORKSHEET for GOVERNANCE
PROJECT EUFO To establish and June 2016 – Upgrading of Lack of Facilities - Upgrading of
(Establishment upgrade March 2017 Perimeter fence is and unsecured unsecured
and Upgrade number of now 100% fence fence
of Facilities functional C.R complete - Establishment
and and of water system
Opportunities handwashing Water system is - Establishment
facility, canteen on-going of Canteen
classroom, - Establishment
water system by of Hand
the end of the washing Facility
SY 2016-2017 - Establishment
of additional
classroom
INSET Improve the June-2016 – Conducted GAD Lack of INSET LAC Session
TRAINING/ delivery of March 2017 Training Seminar Training Seminar
SEMINARS basic education GAD Seminar
to clientele by
strengthening
and enhancing
teachers' core
skills and
teaching
competence

Project AST To meet the June 2016- Three additional Lack of Teachers Ranking of teachers
{Additional Teacher- 2017 teachers in JHS for JHS and SHS
Secondary Student ratio and two additional
Teachers) which is 1:40 teachers in SHS
by the end of
the SY 2016-
2017