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1 ROLANDO B. RICARDO, JR. School Principal II

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3 In the year 2016, the Division of Capiz is a cohesive community of stakeholders adhering to a culture of excellence and accountability in the pursuit of relevant basic education for a productive and responsible citizenry. Mambusao National High School provides access to a dynamic and flexible curriculum that develops and prepares students to become academically and technically competitive to the global community through the services of highly committed mentors and supportive stakeholders who aim to include desirable values and habits, functional skills who work for the attainment of a progressive community. Excellence Professionalism Accountability

4 A.Physical Facilities Land Area: 30,000 sq.m/3 ha Number of Classrooms: 22 Computer Laboratory: 1 Number of Toilets: 5 Population SY : 1,007 Projected Enrolment SY : 1,150 B. Personnel as of Principal I-1Guidance Counselor-1 Head Teacher II-1Bookkeeper-1 Teacher III-1Disbursing Officer-1 Teacher II-5 Teacher I-17

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7 Gross Enrolment Rate The enrolment for the past three consecutive SY progressively increased. This could be attributed to the following: 1. Establishment of the Special Science Curriculum, because of this special program in school, many parents were encouraged to send their children to school with perception that schools offering this kind of curriculum offer the quality education. 2. Geographical/Strategic Location of the School. MNHS is located at the center of the western part of the municipality surrounded by 11 elementary schools. 3. Rapid Physical Development of the School, specifically; a. Classroom. For the past three consecutive SY, there was a 100% increase in the number of classrooms from 11 (SY ) to 22 ( ) which could cater the increasing student population. b. Faculty and Staff. Increased by 23.81% (22-26} in the number of the teaching staff of the school who could facilitate teaching and learning among the student. 7

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9 Net Enrolment Rate (in terms of percentage) There is an increased in the net enrolment rate for the past three consecutive years which is attributed to the following factors: 1. The K-12 Basic Education Curriculum. Upon the dissemination of information about this program: a. Many parents were encouraged to send their children (dropouts/quitters) back to school because they do not want them to be in high school for 6 six years. b. Out-of-school youths were also encouraged to go back to school because of the longer duration of studying under the new curriculum. 2. Enrolment Campaign a. Series of enrolment campaign were done before the closing which focused mainly on the Special Science Curriculum. Information disseminated during the period encouraged the parents to send their children to MNHS. b. Dropouts of previous and current years were reached out by sending letter of invitation that they could still enroll/go back to school. 9

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12 Cohort-Survival Rate An average decrease of 4.47% in the cohort- survival rate for the past three consecutive years is attributed to: Dropouts. The number of dropouts affects the number of students who are supposed to reach the fourth level of secondary education. The higher the dropout rate, the lower the cohort- survival rate. (Indirect relationship bet DR and C- S Rate) 12

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14 Retention Rate The lower percentage of retention is attributed by the full support of the administration, faculty and teaching staff in delivering effective and efficient instruction among students in school. Likewise, parents gained trust and confidence in sending back their children to school. 14

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16 Repetition Rate The decreasing trend in the repetition Rate could be attributed to the following: 1. Full support of the administration in coordination and cooperation of other stakeholders in encouraging students to continue schooling and do their job as students in school, 2. Intervention of the Guidance Center through counseling of students with failing grades every grading period and calling up the attention of parents for the poor performance of their children. 3. Effectiveness of the teachers in delivering learning among students. 16

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18 Dropout Rate There is still high percentage of dropouts (though its decreasing) with an average decreasing rate of 2.81% for the past three consecutive years. This is attributed to the following factors: 1. Students help support the needs of the family by a. Farming. This is the mostly the main source of living among people in the municipality. Students, especially male, opt to commit absences in school to work in the farm especially during planting and harvesting season. b. Construction. This is an alternative job for students who are willing to help their parents earn a living. 2. Lack of parental support/motivation. 3. Peer influence Interventions: Student labor and Sagip-Eskwela Program Home visitations/conference with parents in school Establishment of Teen Center in school 18

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20 Completion Rate There is a decreasing completion rate for the past three consecutive years at the rate of 3.36 % attributed by the following: 1. Dropouts. As the number of dropouts increases, the completion rate decreases. 2. Failures. Students failed due to the following: a. Absenteeism b. Transferees. Students enrolled in the school and then transfer to another school, of course, could not finish his/her cycle of education in the previous school. 20

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22 Graduation Rate The average decreased percentage of 4.68% in the graduation rate for the past three consecutive years is attributed by: 1. Dropouts in the fourth year level 2. Transfer of fourth year students to other schools 22

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26 National Achievement Test The decreasing percentage in the National Achievement Test is attributed by the following factors: 1. Gap in the Teachers Need. Based on DepEd Planning Standards: Forward Estimations of Crucial Resources, the average number of students is 45 for every 9 teachers in 5 classes and it had been noted that MNHS has the gap of 14 teachers for the past three consecutive years. This simply implies that there is a need of more teachers to cater the needs of the students. 26

27 National Achievement Test 2. Group of Students. The group of students who took the NAT, S.Y were better in terms of intellectual capability and attitude towards their studies compared to those who took the NAT S.Y and as revealed in their periodic achievements. Proposed Interventions 1. Inventory of the least mastered competencies – designing lesson, enrichment activities and the assessment strategy. 2.Intensive classroom supervision and monitoring by the subject coordinators, head teacher and school head. 27

28 SY SY SY Total Enrolment Over-Aged Learners% Total Enrolment Over-Aged Learners% Total Enrolment Over-Aged Learners% % % %

29 A&E ALS Program4 Year Test TakersTest Passers % of Passers DepEd Procured ALS Program DepEd Delivered ALS Program Walk-inTotal %

30 30 1. Teacher Needs Level Current Enrolment SY Projected Enrolment SY Actual Number of Teachers SY Required Number of Teachers Teacher Needs SY No. Of Classes Secondary1,0071, Total1,0071,

31 31 2. Classroom Needs Level Current Enrolment SY Projected Enrolment SY Actual Number of classrooms No. of Repairable Classroom s Required Number of Classroom s Classroom Needs SY Secondary1,0071, Total1,0071,

32 32 3.Furniture Needs Level Current Enrolment SY Projected Enrolment SY Actual Number of Furniture Required Number of Furnitures Furniture Needs SY Secondary 1,0071, Total1,007,

33 4. Water & Sanitation (WATSAN) Needs Level Current Enrolment SY Projected Enrolment SY Actual Number of Toilets Required Number of Toilet Toilet Needs SY Secondary1,0071, Total 1,0071,

34 YEARTEXTBOOK TITLE Existing Textbooks SY Textbook Needs, SY ST YEAR English IVentures in Communication I 396 K-12 module Araling Panlipunan IPilipinas: Isang Sulyap at Pagyakap I 476 HSST IScience and Technology I: Integrated Science I 202 HSMA I Music and Arts I: Enjoy Life with Music and Art I 202 HSM IElementary Algebra I 254 2ND YEAR English IIEnglish Expressways II 286 Araling Panlipunan IIAsya: Pag-usbong ng Kabihasnan II 309 HSST IIScience and Technology II: Biology II 285 HSM IIIntermediate Algebra II 328

35 YEARTEXTBOOK TITLE Existing Textbooks SY Textbook Needs, SY RD YEAR English IIIEnglish Expressways III Araling Panlipunan IIIKasaysayan ng Daigdig III HSST III Science and Technology III: Chemistry III 304 HSMA III Music and Arts III: Enjoy Life with Music and Arts III HSM IIIGeometry III 4TH YEAR English IVEnglish Expressways IV 237 Araling Panlipunan IVEkonomiks IV HSST IVScience and Technology IV : Physics IV 238 HSMA IV Music and Arts IV : Enjoy Life with PE and Health IV HSM IV Advance Algebra, Trigonometry and Statistics T O T A L 4,787320

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