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Physical Infrastructure

Maljo- Jubasan Elementary School has 8 classrooms and 3 classrooms needs to be grilled and 5 classrooms needs to be
repainted. Pupils chairs are inadequate. The concrete fence height is very short need and additional files of hollow blocks.
Fortunately Maljo- Jubasan ES is a recipient of E-classroom batch 26 that aims to improve teachers instruction and to
be globally competitive.
TYPE OF BUILDING
TEEP REPAIRED
TEEP REPAIRED
DPWH REPAIRED

No. OF CLASSROOMS
1- unit 3 classrooms
1 -unit 3 classrooms
1 -unit 2 classrooms

Teachers
The Maljo- Jubasan Elem. School composes of 8 permanent teachers and one teacher subsidize teacher. It is sufficient
enough to cater the
needs for instructions. Majority of the teachers have more than 6 years of service in the Dep-Ed and they belong to the new
Generation teachers. All teachers were able to attend all trainings and conferences called for to enhance latest innovations and
instructions. Most teachers observe WATCH.
They come to school before the official time and submit reports on or before the due date. They establish harmonious relationship
to the school head
and stakeholders.
NAME OF TEACHER

GRADE

Analyn Polistico
Jessica Bargamento
Justina Radin
Imelda M. Andrade
Ma. Lilibeth c. Pino
Nena N. Mesias
Elisa B. Jomoc
Gerberta A. Sajor
Jovelyn Cubian
Jose M. Labrador

Kinder
I
II
III
IV-A
IV B
V
VI
SST/IT FST
SCH. HEAD

POSITIONS/
TITLE
Dep-Ed subsidize
T-II
T-III
T-III
T-III
T III
T II
T III
T III
ESP - I

EDUCATIONAL
QUALIFICATION
BSEEd
BSEEd
BSHE+42 MA units
BEEd+36 MA units
BSEEd+CAR
BSHE + 42 MA
BSAged
BEEd + 36 MA
BEEd + AR
BSEEd / MA

TEACHING
EXPERIENCE
2 years
6 years
19 years
14 years
13 years
9 years
9 years
15 years
8 years
31 years

Child/Learner Centeredness
The NAT MPS of school year 2012 2013 was 78 79, and the NAT MPS last S.Y. 2013 - 2014 was 93 94 there was increase
of 15.15% school
target was accomplished. Based in school performance indicators has 0% dropout rate, 0% failure and
100% promotion rate. All teachers in the school need to construct additional instructional materials by utilizing some MOOE
Funds.
Parents
Majority of the parents which is about 95% are very much supportive in all the school programs, activities and project
implemented in the school. Only 5% of parents have less support. The school head and teacher encourage all the parents to fully
support the school programs, activities and projects for the good of the children.
Non-teaching and Administrative Personnel
The school has no non-teaching personnel it has only 1 school principal to accomplish the reports with the help of some
teachers.
Textbooks and Other Learning Materials
The textbooks are inadequate with 1:2 ratio and needs an additional textbooks per grade and per subject areas. The grade I,
II, III teachers have already their TMs in K 12 curriculum.

Management Systems and Processes


The School Staff with the GPTA, SPG, SGC and Barangay Officials has harmonious relationship and they work together in
planning to improve both academic and physical facilities of the school.

JOSE LABRADOR
Principal-I
JUSTINA RADIN
Lead Teacher
ROBERTO NOPAL/EMMA DANTE
BRGY. EDUCATION CHAIRMAN

CITA TIMON/AIMEE BULAWAN


SGC / GPTCA PRESIDENR
RASHEIL OMAPAS
PUPIL GOVERNMENT PRESIDENT
PUPILS
The school head teacher, act as the driver, manages effectively the daily activities and conducts monthly observation, monitor
pupil performance by grading period, conducts conferences for work related matters and feed backing, soliciting ideas from
among teachers and direct supervision of the school activities. He/she facilitates the actual planning workshop. Since, the school
head is a Principal I, He needs to observe 9 teachers in a month.
This is a big problem because of time constraints or hectic schedule.

Financial Resources

The school has MOOE accounting to P 11,584.00 every month but this amount is not enough to sustain the programs and
projects of the school. The school principal and the teachers solicited assistance from the external stakeholders through fund
raising and solicitations.
Existing Programs and Projects
The Maljo-Jubasan Elementary school have different projects and programs such as Synchronize Reading Time! (SRT) from 1:00
PM to 1:30 PM wherein all grade level pupils provided with reading materials supervise by the teachers Feeding program to
malnourish pupils imitated by the GPTA utilizing the parents to prepare the menu for the feeding under the supervision of the
Home Economics teacher funds for the feeding program were taken from the MOOE and GPTA funds.
3. S.W.O.T ANALYSIS
Internal

External

OPPORTUNITIES
1. Supportive LGU officials & other
stakeholders
2. Proximity to a state university
which provides prospect resource
speakers

STRENGTH
a. Spacious School Area for school
facilities
b. Good rapport with internal
stakeholders
c. Zero percent Dropout rate
d. Zero percent failure rate
e. 100% promotion rate
f. Most parents are supportive
a.1. Solicit fund for the construction
of other school facilities
b. 1. Prioritize projects that can be
funded by LGU
b.2. Conduct in-service training/skills
enhancement

WEAKNESS
a. Need yearly roofing and ceiling
repair of classrooms
b. lack of playground apparatuses
c. Teachers need training
d. Need to purchase speakers and
microphones
e. Presence of pupils with physical
and learning disabilities
f. Presence of 4 nonreader & 4 no
numerates
a.b.d.1. Request funding from the
LGU/PTA/other stakeholders for the
roofing & ceiling repair of classrooms
& construction of playground
apparatuses
c.2.3. Hold skills enhancement
training/seminars

3. Barangay officials are all


college graduate
b. 3. Give comments or suggestions
for the

e.f.2. Ask assistance from VSU


students

THREATS
1. Presence of internet/ computer
cafes & gaming stations
2. Vicinity of the coastline
3. Presence of child labor

improvement of the schools


programs &
projects

during the conduct of remedial


reading
program

b.1. Request the LGU to


strengthened their implementation
of the ordinance which prohibits
pupils from going to
internet/computer cafes

e.f.1. Intensify the SRT and conduct


remedial classes
f.1. Require pupils to research
reading materials and mathematical
exercises
a.b.d.2. Submit letter request to LGU
or DepEd for the repair of
classrooms, construction of
playground apparatuses & purchase
of speakers and microphones
e.f.3. Giving of awards/incentives to
fast learners like school supplies;
information dissemination on the
importance of education.

f.2. It provides alternative food


sources and income
b.3.Conduct information
dissemination on the family
CODE/VAWC/ Roles & Responsibilities
of Parents

IV. STRATEGIES

1. Access
In order to strengthen childrens access to elementary education the following strategies will be employed:
Establish rapport with the stakeholders
Communication and advocacy
Establish mechanism to sustain childrens 100% attendance
Reaching out and educating parents on the importance of education.
2. Quality
The school aims to strengthen the quality of education in Guadalupe Elementary School through the following strategies:
Organize mechanism to achieve quality test results, maintain high academic performance and increase
INSETS and enhancement activities for teachers development
Provision of effective learning support materials
Re-orientation of the internal and external stakeholder role and functions.
Advocate the four core values
3. Governance
To strengthen governance and to insure adequate supply of school resources these are the strategies that the school will
undertake:

Organize/Hold of activities that would strengthen network w/ parents and Stakeholders.


Conduct activities to improve/ enhance schools physical set-up
Strategize actions for school improvement
Organize action for fund resourcing.
INSETS and enhancement activities for teacher development
Regular Classroom observation