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“The Turn Around Story”

MANAGING RESEARCH IN SCHOOL:


THE NAVOTAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL EXPERIENCE
Dr. Maria Cristina A. Robles
PRINCIPAL IV
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3
I.
Department
Heads/ TWG

Creating Positive Research Culture in Schools


II.
IV.
COMMUNITY
RESEARCH Students/
Teachers

III. Parents
and
Community

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Assess Analyze Act
Step 1: Getting Step 5: Do Root-
Organized Cause Analysis Step 8: Pilot
Step 2: Talk to Step 6: Develop Solution
Customers Solutions
Step 9: Roll
Step 3: Walk the Step 7: Finalize
Process Out Solution
Step 4: Identify Improvement Step 10: Check
Improvement Plans Progress
Areas

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT METHODOLOGY


In lieu of the two days that the students were not going to
school, they were given integrative learning modules to be done
at home and monitored and checked by the teachers.
The use of graphic
organizers is a non-
negotiable literacy
strategy that all
teachers should
provide in their MCART
reading-based lessons.
MCART 4.0
ENHANCED MCART WITH ACTIVE LEARNING
AND DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION
ACTIVE
LEARNING
students solve problems,
answer questions, formulate
questions of their own, discuss,
explain, debate, or brainstorm
during class
DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION
Below Level: Tiered Graphic Organizers
Peter
Fudge
____________
____________ On Level:
____________
Young

Doesn’t eat
___________
turtles

How do the 2 characters compare? Write one sentence about the characters
on the back.
Compare 2 characters from the book you are reading. Write 2 sentences
about the characters on the back of the paper.
Above Level:

Choose 2 characters from the book you are reading and compare them to
yourself. Write a comparison paragraph to describe how the characters
compare to you.
FINALIST: CALTEX FUEL YOUR SCHOOL CONTEST
PROJECT CALTEX (CREATIVE ACTIVE LEARNING TOWARDS
EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE) @ NNHS
TIMELINE of ACTIVITIES

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The summary of activities would show
gradual engagement of school – community
and other stakeholders through
collaborative efforts which paved the way for
continuous improvement process and
research-based activities (SIP,CIP, AR).
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N a v o t a s N a t i o n a l H i g h S c h o o l
T I M E L I N E
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Leadership/Principal
Nov. 24 Jan. 5 Mar. 19 Feb. 15 Jan. 10 Jan. 31
Assumption of Office Launched Projects: Planning meeting for the 1st Open House Regional Consultation on K-12 E.D.E.P. DOST-SEI Monitoring of Project M-CART M-CART updates on donation received
Nov. 25 -Project C.A.R.E.- Committed & ResponsiveMay 4 Mar. 6 and Submission of Status Report Revised Tool for PASBE
Planning/ Prioritization/ Activities Educators (TDP) Preparation of OPPES documents General Faculty Meeting Mar. 16 M-CART Review and ICT Training
5S Project -Monitoring of Cleanliness Campaign May 20-22 May 30-31 Validation of Multimedia Lesson by Feb. 4
Slogan C - reative Jan. 6 Seminar on Strategic Management & SLAC for Project TDP CARE Division Supervisors MT's Work Plan of Activities
R - eflective Preparation of SIP/AIP Leadership Culture for NNHS Teachers Jul. 7 May 28- June 1 Division DEMO Teaching Caravan
Consultations: Intensified Quota Supervision May 24 Meeting with Mayor JRT - Gabay Guro SLAC K. Pernia, M. Angeles, I. Conde, JK. Sayo
Meeting w/ All Stakeholders 3 Heads for Reclassification Preparation for Brigada Eskwela Aug. 3 Jun. 19 Feb. 15
Nov. 26 Reporting to 32
Authorities Aug. 31 Launching of M-CART Meeting with Heads NNHS 2013 Open House
Mass Feb. - Mar. -Special Brigada Eskwela Aug. 15 Jul. 23 Mar. 6
Meeting with Faculty Documentation of Best Teaching Practices (School Clean-up for resumption of Monitoring of DOST-SEI Evaluators NAT Results is Posted EETA Final Screening
Introduced use of: (by Department) classes after being used as evacuation Sept. 11 Aug. 14 Mar. 19
Transaction Form Slip, Instruction Slip, Absent Slip Feb. 10 center) School Rehabilitation after Typhoon Pedring Coop Canteen Improvement Plan Graduation Day
Repair of Broken Chairs ALS-Orientation Meeting Sept. 1 Oct. 26-28 Aug. 31 NNHS Awardee Most Improved School
Launched Flagship Program Feb. 10 APIS Intensified Implementation Program Consolidation of Prepared Multimedia Awardee of DOST-SEI as Finalist Apr. 16
- Ang Batang Navoteño ay Disiplinado Project PASA for test results of RAT Sept. 20 Lesson Oct. 2 EETA Awarding at Edsa Shangri-la
- Keep Right May 26-29 Launching of NAT Enhancement Program Dec. 1 Blessing of BES Bldg. Aug. 1-2
Dec. 4 Continuing Program for Project C.A.R.E. Return of Multi-level Classes to Main School DOST-SEI Monitoring of Project M-CART Oct. 4-5 MOOE Transparency Board
-Setting up of Records Management Team Jul. 6 Dec. 6 World Teachers Day Jul. 5
Dec. 5 Content Enhancement Strategies Seminar Launching of 5S Oct. 30 Commitment Wall
Initial Launch of M-ISOS Jul. 13 NNHS-Submission of entry for EETA 2012Jul. 25
-Change of Schedule from 3 shifts to 2 shifts Formation of School Planning Team Nov. 9 Division Best Brigada Eskwela Implementor
(Starting June 2009 to March 2010) TWG NAT Enhancement Program Aug. 10
Aug. 8 Child Protection Policy Division Best Reading Camp Implementor
Comprehensive Guidance Program Dec. 26 Sept. 18
Aug. 19 Meeting with SDS on opening of NNHS- Demo-Teaching Caravan
SBM Report Science Annex Interview for Bayan Academy w/ Mike Lopez
Sept. 10 Sept. 20
Preparation of ARTA 2007 Lunch Date w/ Group 24 (Student Leaders)
Sept. 15 Oct. 10
Revisiting M-ISOS Adoption of Paperless Test (2nd Grading)
Oct. 12 Kuryentipid Program
Supervisory Plan of Principal
Oct. 27
Monitoring of School Projects
Nov. 9
Teach-in Conference with Teachers
Dec. 14
Programs Implementation Reviews
Department Heads
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Dec. 15 Jan. 5 Jul. 1 Feb. 7 Feb. 22 Feb. 16
Repair of Comfort Rooms Preparation of Calendar of Activities Monitoring of Classes Monitoring of Attendance in Flag Raising DOST-SEI Report of ALS (GAM)
Start of submission of data-driven Plan of Action for Teachers Oct 11 Feb. 8 Apr. 16-27 Feb. 19
accomplishment reports WorkPlan for MT's Meeting with Heads DAT for Second Year Orientation with Parents for M-ISOS -Meeting with Heads for EETA
Use of Supervisory Report, Mid Year Report Mar. 24-25 May 21 Preparation
Year End Report SBM Orientation Grand Parade for Brigada Eskwela Apr. 15-19
Program Implementation Report Jul. 21 June 4 Summer Reading Camp
Jan. 26 Evaluation of PDS reclassification of teachers-1st Year of Implementation of M-ISOS May 27
Introduced 1st RMM Aug 12 Jul. 19 Follow-up on PASBE Documentation
(Regular Monday Meeting) DOST-SEI Project Double Exposure (Math) Jul. 31
Jul. 3 Conduct Pre-Test for Sample Class TQC on modifying TL activities
SBM Priority Programs per Dept. Oct. 10 Updating of Teachers Profile Data Sheets
Jul. 28 -Meeting with Dept. Heads on M-CART Aug. 11
Perpetual Logbook of Activities by Dept. implementation M-CART Users Accountability Form
Oct. 12 33 I Am A Reader Program
BEST Practices Handbook Sept. 4
Teachers
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Nov. 26 Jan. 5 June 8-11 Jan. 24-28 Jun. 20 Jan. 12
Clean-up Hour - Every last period -Submision of PDS by Teachers Seminar on UBD Mass Training of First Year Post Conference with 16 Observed Teachers Utilization of IAWS -Meeting with Literacy Leadership
Nov. 27 -for profiling/ranking/promotion Teachers at QCSHS Feb. 9-10 Sept. 17-18 Team
Established Special Projects -Introduced Documentation Reporting June 15 Training of Trainors on Utilization of DRR -Obsevation of Classes Feb. 14
Task Force for Teachers Jan. 8 First Day of Classes on Utilization of Lesson Exemplars' Oustanding Educator Demo
Dec. 2 Meeting w/ Teachers Jul. 2 Apr. 25-27 Mar. 15
Use of Project Proposals by Teachers/Adv. Re: SIP, AIP, WP, IWP, AP -Meeting with Teachers for Evaluation Consultation with Year Leader Bayan Foundation visits NNHS
Dec. 3 Jan. 13 of 1st Week of Classes Jul. 2 JS Prom
DORP Orientation Seminar -Launched Teachers Speakers Bureau Sep. 2 -Meeting with Teachers for Evaluation Apr. 5
Dec. 9 -Introduced SLE Modules Listing of affected students for distribution of 1st Week of Classes M-CART Research Report
Production of SIM's Jan. 23 of school materials Jul. 15 May 22
-Introduced Action Plan of Teachers SWOT-C / Work Plan Sept. 8 Oath Taking / Turn Over of PTA/ Faculty - Seminar on Research
and Project Proposals "Leadership is something you do with Meeting about NAT Enrichment Program Club Officers at Carlos Jr. Restaurant May 27
Dec. 10 people" by Zigarmi and Blanchard Nov. 15 Aug. 11 Follow-up on PASBE Documentation
The Way of the Shepherd by Leman and Jan. 27 Meeting with Teachers -Meeting with Teachers on M-CART Seminar on Research
Pental (2004) Topics for SLAC Oct. 26-28 Jul. 1-4
(Great Leadership is Hard Work) -Introduced Small Productivity Circles SLAC-Training/Workshop/Demo Teaching Strenghtening A Research Culture Agenda
-Talk with Absentee Teachers using M-CART in all subject area Aug. 11
Feb. 9 M-CART Users Accountability Form
NNHS- Rondalla was born Aug. 30
Jul. 6 Ancillary Services
Teacher's Profile Data Sheet Aug. 31
Jul. 25 2nd SLAC Enhancing the Workplace
S.B.M Orientation Seminar Sept. 18
Sept. 24 M. Meduranda, R. Samson, A. Matoguina
Dec. 17 Commitment Sheet
Meeting with Coop Board of Directors Oct. 8
Community/LGU
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Nov. 30 Jan. 16 May 10 Jan. 10-16 May 22-25 Jan 8
Values Formation Seminar - courtesy of Grand Parade Founding Anniversary of Nav. National Election Navotas 105th Founding Day Celebration Orientation with Parents by Year Level M-CART Donation Aboitiz Power
Mr. John Reynald Tiangco - soon to be Mayor Jan. 24 May 24 Jan. 13 June 8, 14, 16 Feb. 16
Dec. 9 -Launched Project T.O.B.Y. Preparation for Brigada Eskwela Pangisdaan Festival Street Dancing Contest Preparation of Quarterly Report for M-ISOSFuntastik Family Day
Meeting with Barangay Captain Jan. 27 National Schools Maintenance Week May 9-12 Jun. 19 Feb. 27
Dec. 11 Presentations for Project T.O.B.Y. June 15 Orientation of Parents Meeting with Heads YES-O Fire Prevention Seminar
Public Hearing on Peace and Order Jan. 29 First Day of Classes Aug. 4 First Entrepreneurship Summit with LGU Mar. 15
Donation of Books by Vice Mayor P Javier Inaguration and Blessing of New Bldg. 4 P's Program Meeting of Stakeholders Jun. 24 Bayan Foundation visits NNHS
Mar. 18 Aug. 4 Sept. 20 Takbo ni Juan Mar. 20
School Mapping Activities 4 P's Program Meeting of Stakeholders Feeding Program Jul. 20 Meeting with Knowledge Channel Excutives
Mar. 20 Sept. 20 Nov. 11-13 Survey Slip/Skips for Parents Apr. 8-15
Meeting with Parents and Honor Graduates Launching of NAT Enhancement Program Team Building Seminar with Mayor JRT Jul. 23 Orientation with Parents Brigada Eskwela
Jul. 20 Feeding Program at Subic Olongapo City Resourcing of MINERVA Group (Alumni) May 8-11
Monitoring of S.B.M. Implementation Nov. 11-13 Nov. 19 Nov. 23 Orientation with Parents re: Enrollment
Jul. 28 Team Building Seminar with Mayor JRT Seminar- WS Youth Ministries c/o Hon. JRT Program Launching of Cong. Toby's May 18
Client Satisfaction Survey at Subic Olongapo City Dec. 6 Scholarship Program Seminar on SBM Best Practices
Nov. 28 34 Nov. 19 Mata ng Bayan Dec. 7 (Conference Speakers)
Values Reformation Seminar for Teachers Seminar- WS Youth Ministries c/o Hon. JRT Tiangge sa C4 M-CART Donations Aboitiz Power May 31
Sponsored and conducted by Mr. JRT Dec. 6 Dec. 20 M-CART DONATION Cong. Tiangco
Mata ng Bayan EETA Monitoring of M-CART Project Jun. 10
Tiangge sa C4 Shortlist Qualifier for the EETA Awards Meeting with Gr. 7 Science H/S Parents
NTP/ Utility
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Dec. 2 Jan. 12 Dec. 6 Jan. 31
Launched Flagship Program Meeting with Canteen Helpers, Cook etc Launching of 5S Work Plan of Janitors
- Ang Batang Navoteño ay Disiplinado re: respective areas of concern
- Keep Right Jan 21
Dec. 15 -Meeting with Janitors
Repair of Comfort Rooms
Students
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013
Dec. 2 Mar. 20 Dec. 7 Jun. 17 Feb. 22 Aug. 13
Sibol Winners Meeting with Parents and Honor Graduates Meeting with Officers of Boys and Girls Awarding of 35 Makabagong Rizal DOST-SEI E-Classroom (13th Batch)
Dec. 4 Week. Kim Robert de Leon Conduct Post Test for Sample Class Aug. 19
-Oplan Disiplina "Keep- Right" Apr. 16-27 Child Protection Policy/ Zero Bullying
Dec. 15 Orientation with Parents for M-ISOS Jul. 3-4
Meeting with students batches (1st to 4th) May 21 Career Employment Coaching
re: Falling in-line (Keep Right) Grand Parade for Brigada Eskwela Jul. 5
No to plastic cups Program Jun. 27 - July 3 Commitment Wall
use comfort rooms properly program IEYI 2012- Thailand June 27 to July 3, 2012
Students Progress Chart/ Teaching Forms
Dec. 17 Eugenio Letada III –Gold
"Adopt a Student: "Christmas for A Cause" John Matthew Zarate – Gold
Dec 18 Angelika dela Cruz- Silver
Breakfast with Students (SSG) Aug 12
Cleanliness Campaign to be led by SSG DOST-SEI
Conduct Pre-Test for Sample Class
Dec. 10-14
NNHS Boys and Girls Week
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Importance of Research
• Based on DepEd Order 39, series of 2016, research
is an important aspect of evidence-based decision
and policy-making. It ensures continuous
improvement and sustains organizational
effectiveness.

• In the context of Navotas National High School,


research specifically action research is a means to
generate instructional interventions to uplift
students’ achievement levels and a tool to create
solutions that will improve school practices and
processes. 37
Principal’s Roles:
• Must be the DRIVING FORCE and
ROLE MODEL
• Facilitate change
• Conduct Teacher Development
Packages (TDP)
• Encourage conduct of Action
Research
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MATRIX OF ACTIVITIES 1ST NAVOTAS ACTION RESEARCH FESTIVAL
(SHOWCASE OF ACTION RESEARCH OUTPUTS)

D AT E ACTIVITY
January 23, 2017 2nd Kumustahan of Action Research Projects (14 BERF-Approved) – Writing the Abstracts

January 24, 2017 2nd Kumustahan of Action Research Projects (18 BERF-Compliant) – Writing the Abstracts

January 9, 2017  Formation of NNHS Action Research Festival Secretariat to plan for the conference tentatively slated on
Feb 25, 2016
• Program & Invitation Committee
• Sounds and Physical Logistics Committee
• Accommodation and Registration
• Food & Refreshments
• Communications committee
• Research Journal Committee
• Finance Committee
 Meeting on funding and resource mobilization for the expenditures to be incurred.
 Drafting of the Conference Program

January 4, 2017 Letter request for Dr. R. Rocena/Mayor J. Tiangco soliciting support for the project. Call for abstracts for
schools wishing to join the conference.

January 26, 2017 Submission of abstracts/Selection process of abstracts from other schools

February 1, 2017 Finalization of souvenir program invitation


MATRIX OF ACTIVITIES 1ST NAVOTAS ACTION RESEARCH FESTIVAL
(SHOWCASE OF ACTION RESEARCH OUTPUTS)

Date Activity
Feb 06, 2017 Printing of the souvenir

Feb 22, 2017 Souvenir program, conference kits, tokens

Feb 23, 2017 Finalization of logistics, briefing of facilitators,

Feb 24, 2017 Preparation of the venue, Sandoval Building or Pescadores*, sound systems for
break out

Feb 25, 2017 D-DAY! 1st NNHS Action Research Festival


HARMONIZING AND SYNERGIZING ALL
REFORM EFFORTS THROUGH LAC

INSTRUCT
INFORM
Reg’l Dep-Ed Dep-Ed Order No.
Memo No. 252, s. 32, s. 2012
2012

DepEd Order No. 35, s. 2016

Dep-Ed Order No. Dep-Ed Order No. 24, s. 2010;


44, s. 2015 No. 43, s 2015, No. 4, s. 2016

INSPIRE
Access, Raise quality and relevance, Improve efficiency and effectiveness, Strengthen
management of educ. services, Enhance partnership with stakeholders. 45
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THE DEVELOPMENT OF NNHS
ACTION RESEARCH FESTIVAL
• Conceptualization and soft
launching – Dec. 28, 2015
• Participated in by thirty two
teachers

Initial plan
and matrix
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June 6-10, 2016: Intensive Action Research
Training for 136 teachers

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
1. The Training matrix on the Intensive Workshop on
Action Research was designed based on the result of
the needs analysis questionnaire.

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
2. Opening Program was graced by the no other than the School Division
Superintendent, Dr. Romulo Rocena and SGOD Chief, Ms. Gemma Villaluna. Their
presence was considered a gesture of support to our program.

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
3. The school was able to get external partners who are experts on educational
research. Ms. Katy Caragay, research director of Habi Education Lab gave a
lecture-workshop on qualitative data analysis and research methodology.

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
4. 130 teachers received intensive
training on developing an action
research project proposal. Thirty
two teacher quality circle groups
were formed as teachers by area of
specialization per year level worked
collaboratively to formulate
research questions, develop
interventions and create work
plans that pertain to their chosen
research focus.

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ACCOMPLISHMENTS
6. Teachers have been
capacitated to develop
intervention projects that are
aligned to the priority
improvement areas of the
school. Collaboration and
synergy of ideas are evident as
teachers work together to plan,
design and refine their outputs.

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DIVISION OF CITY SCHOOLS, NAVOTAS CITY

NAVOTAS NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

June 27, 2016

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17 groups of teachers per
learning area by grade level or
a total of 70 faculty members
attended the activity.

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Initial Presentation of Research Outputs

Dr. Robles led the processing of


outputs to further refine and focus
the action research project of the
Science group. These teams
explored the use of Strategic
Intervention Materials and
Collaborative Learning Techniques
to improve Science achievement
of learners.
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Dr. Maria Cristina Robles gave a short pep talk
to ease the nervousness of the presenters.
She also underscored the value of Action
Research in the continuous improvement of
NNHS. She thanked as well the participants
for their engagement in the project.

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July 28 – Action Research Proposal Presentation

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Initial Poster Presentation

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July 15, 2016 – Assistance from CS Foundation

A check worth Php. 96,000.00


was handed to Dr. Robles
by Mr. Jaime C. Lopa of
Ninoy and Cory Foundation

Action Research community


engagement with the NGO 60
August 5-7, 2016: Proposal Presentation and
Training on Data Collection Analysis

Action Research community


engagement with the LGU 61
Timeline
ACTIVITY Date
Implementation of the
approved action research
August – November, 2016
project proposal

Presentation of findings
December 8, 2016

Grand Culminating Activity


Action Research Conference
and Publication of the 1st
NNHS Action Research January 20, 2017
Journal

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Conclusion:
1. Action Research can be done, and can be made more fun
and action packed if teachers can be given more chances
for collaboration and professional development processes.
2. Action Research paved the way for our journey to a lifelong
pursuit for continuous improvement process and deliberate
attainment of school vision, mission and goals.

3. Action Research done in NNHS is our simple way of serving


our clientele, our students with passion and with a heart.

4. Engaging community is one important factor to


carry out successful action research program.
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ACTION
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RESEARCH
Theme
Collaboration Makes the
Difference: Faculty Hub as
Source of Teacher’s Pride

Evaluation Day
& Awarding Program
19th of December, 2016
Opening Program

Dr. Robles explained the significance of the Faculty Hubs in


sustaining a culture of research. Mr. Benjamin Perez, SEPS,
Monitoring and Evaluation and Mr. Jojo Dullas, Division
Research Coordinator were also invited as judges that will
evaluate the eight department’s faculty hubs.
Awarding Program

Mr. Meduranda, project proponent of


the Faculty Hub Program, receives his
certificate of recognition to Dr. Robles.
MAPEH Hub
TLE Hub
Science Hub
Filipino Hub
English Hub
Araling Panlipunan Hub
NNHS’ Way of Engaging the Community in Sustaining a
School-based Feeding Program

DR. MARIA CRISTINA A. ROBLES


Principal IV
Navotas National High School
OVERVIEW
• Background
• Isang Nanay, Isang Gulay: A School-based Feeding
Program
 Objectives
 How we do it
 Beneficiaries
 Plans for the Future
• Currently, DepEd’s funded School-Based Feeding
Program caters only to schoolchildren from
Kindergarten to Grade 6 (DepEd Order 51 s. 2016) .
• For the secondary schools, school-based feeding
programs are funded through resource mobilization
with the community.
• Navotas National High School, a secondary school with
student population of 3503 students for SY 2016-2017,
has identified undernourished Grade 7 students with
severely wasted to wasted nutritional status.
• This nutritional problem limits students ability to
succeed in the school.
• To address this and other concerns that
need greater parental and stakeholders
engagement, the school initiated the
PARENT VOLUNTEERS BRIGADE.

Breakfast forum was


held to elicit support
from the PTA and a
general assembly was
conducted to inform
and involve all the
parents.
SCHOOL
FEEDING SCHOOL
GREENING
CANTEEN & PROGRAM “GULAYAN SA
FOOD SAFETY “ISANG NANAY, PAARALAN”
“MAGULANG, ISANG GULAY” CLEANLINESS
KATUWANG SA & SANITATION
KANTINA” “MAGULANG,
KASAMA SA
KALINISAN”

SAFETY &
SECURITY
“MAGULANG,
SANDIGAN SA
SEGURIDAD”

PARENT
“MAGULANG, KABALIKAT SA VOLUNTEERS
MAAYOS AT PRODUKTIBONG BRIGADE
Launched July 25,
PAARALAN” 2016
OBJECTIVES:

 Promote a
spirit of
volunteeris
m/ school-
community
partnership

Parents signing up for the program


Strengthen
parents’
engagement in
nourishing
identified
students under
the school-
based feeding
program.
School feeding activity
 Empower parents.

Parents bringing their


 Connect or
tie-up with
local
government
agencies like
the
agriculture
office and
other
NNHS Feeding Program:
Isang Nanay, Isang Gulay

Student Beneficiaries
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100

80

60 66

40

20

0
2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016
NNHS Feeding Program:
Isang Nanay, Isang Gulay
Parent Participants
350

300

250

200

150 302
100

50 105

0 0
2013-2014 2014-2015 2015-2016
How we do it?
1. Parents plant
the seed at
home.
2. Then, parents
bring the grown
vegetables in
school.
3. Children and teachers raise and take care of
the plants until the vegetables become ripe for
harvest.
4. Upon harvest, the produce will be used for the
school-based feeding program. Some are sold to
the cooperative-managed canteen. The income
generated are kept for the fund of the feeding
program.
5. Just recently, some parents have grown and
raised the vegetables at their own homes.
They brought the produce in school for the
feeding program. After giving their share of
donation, some of their products were also
sold to the canteen and other teachers
enabling them to generate their own money
for their family’s use.
Collaborative Efforts of Eight Learning
Area Departments
• MAPEH – identifies the undernourished Grade 7 students.
• TLE – prepares the food and undertakes the feeding for the
children
• Science and Social Studies – training of students and parents
on vegetable cultivation.
• English/Filipino – documentation and information
dissemination
• Mathematics & Values Dept. – Program implementation
Future plans
1. Further intensify the
efforts to spread the
culture of school-
community
partnerships by
encouraging more
parents to plant
vegetables seed on
their own homes and
selling their produce to
the coop-managed
canteen. Agriculture
training will also be
conducted in school for
parents who want to
learn how to cultivate
plants.
2. Increase the number of beneficiaries. Each
department will be sponsoring 30 students,
increasing the number of number participants
to 240 for this school year.
3. Deepen partnerships with LGU’s
and private donors.
“MAGULANG, KABALIKAT SA
MAAYOS AT PRODUKTIBONG
PAARALAN”

SCHOOL
SCHOOL
FEEDING GREENING
PROGRAM “GULAYAN SA
CANTEEN & PAARALAN”
FOOD SAFETY “ISANG NANAY,
“MAGULANG, ISANG GULAY” CLEANLINESS
KATUWANG & SANITATION
SA KANTINA” “MAGULANG,
KASAMA SA
KALINISAN”
SAFETY &
SECURITY
“MAGULANG,
SANDIGAN SA
SEGURIDAD”

PARENT
VOLUNTEERS
BRIGADE
OCTOBER 14, 2016 Presentation of NNHS “Isang Nanay, Isang Gulay” with
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HON. SEN. BAM AQUINO IV at the Senate of the Philippines
SUCCESS STORY:
What is Project Citizen?
• Education for democratic citizenship
• Teaches students to monitor and influence
public policy
• Interdisciplinary instructional program for
adolescents
• Focuses on state and local government
• Applies learning to real world issues
• Uses cooperative learning and active learning
• Serves as a model performance assessment

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Project Citizen- Step I
Identifying public policy problems in communities

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Identifying Public Policy Problems

Students identify public


policy problems in their
communities by
– discussing them with each
other
– interviewing family members
and other adults
– reading newspapers and
other print sources
– listening to news reports on
radio and TV

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Project Citizen - Step II
Problems in
Selecting a our community
problem for 1. Drugs 3. Pollution
class study 2. Violence 4.

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Selecting a Problem for Class Study

• Students present and discuss the problems they have identified and
then select one problem for their class project

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Project Citizen - Step III
Gathering information
on the problem

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Gathering Information on the Problem
Selected
• Students gather information on the
chosen public policy problem from
a variety of sources

Interviews and surveys t Printed


sources
Radio and television t Libraries t
Internet
Scholars and professors t Lawyers
and judges
Community organizations and interest 117
groups
Project Citizen - Step IV

Developing Action
Plans
a class Our
Alternate
Policies

Problem

portfolio
Class
Policy

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Project Citizen - Step V
Presenting the
portfolio

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Milestones

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Recognized by the
Division of Navotas
City for overcoming
social and economic
constraints through
Project MCART
(Mobile Computer
Aided Reinforcement
for Teaching)
(S.Y. 2011-2012)
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MOST IMPROVED SCHOOL
(City of Navotas)

SY: 2010-2011 S.Y.2012-2013 S.Y.2014-2015


Best
Performing
School
(Navotas
City)

SY: 2015-2016
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God bless
us all!
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