File - DIVISION OF MALABON CITY

Report
Senior High School
Preparations Report
DIVISION OF MALABON CITY
SHS Preparations – [Insert name of Division/Region]
How do you envision SHS
being implemented in your area?
The city was subdivided into four community
clusters based on geographic and strategic locations to ensure
that Junior High School (JHS) graduates can be accommodated
in any public or private schools and higher education institutions
(HEIs), technical-vocational institutions (TVIs), and local
university that will offer Senior High School (SHS) Program.
One school annex – the Tinajeros National High
School Acacia Annex – is to be established exclusively for SHS
Program so as to accommodate JHS graduates from schools
without the capacity to offer SHS.
The Division also advocates the establishment of a
School for Arts and Design and a School for Sports, with the
help of the Local Government, since there are no
schools/institutions in the city that can offer the said tracks.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 1 – External Assessment:
Local Government and District Representatives
Methodology:
Presentation of the Division Road Map (Strategic and Operational Senior High
School Plan for CY 2015) to the members of the Local School Board of Malabon City, chaired
by Hon. Antolin A. Oreta III, Malabon City Mayor, on September 20. 2013.
Summary of Initial Results:
What are the local officials’ development plans and directions?
Part of the initial development plan is the establishment of School for
Arts and Design.
How can the local officials support the learners?
Through the provision of funds for addressing input shortages,
especially in instructional rooms and a school for the tracks that will not
be offered by schools and education institutions in the City, empowering
the teaching force through training programs, and enhancing student
competencies through the procurement of supplementary materials.
What data were you able to gather from your discussions?
(Follow-up meeting to be conducted)
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 2 – External Assessment:
Industry and Private Sector
Methodology: The Division has already exerted initial efforts to meet representatives of industry
and private sectors, without response. They were invited again for a meeting on October 8, 2013
for the Presentation of the Division Road Map (Strategic and Operational Senior High School Plan
for CY 2015) and the discussion of their development plans relative to the SHS Program. Still, no
one responded to the invitation.
A meeting with the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club is set on October 25, 2013,
Friday, to be spearheaded by DTI.
Summary of Initial Results:
(What are the current and future trends? You may include charts/graphs.
What are their 5 year plans? What skills would they need?
What can they contribute to SHS implementation?)
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 3 – External Assessment:
Local Counterparts in Agencies
Methodology:
Meeting with heads of local counterparts in agencies including Technical Education Skills
Development Authority (TESDA), Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), and Department of
Labor and Employment (DOLE) for the discussion of the Division Road Map: Strategic and
Operational Senior High School Plan for CY 2015 on October 9, 2013.
Summary of Initial Results:
What are their plans for SHS and K to 12 transition?
TESDA – Assessment, Certification, and Training Regulation Availability
(Availability of assessment and certification services for graduating Senior High School
students from Tech-Voc-Livelihood track; availability of training regulations and
curriculum exemplar for tech-voc-livelihood track)
DTI – Empowerment of Consumers and Enabling Businesses
(Empowerment of consumers via advocacy, seminars, and organization of volunteer
organizations; enabling businesses through entrepreneur trainings, technology
trainings, business matching, SSF, EPP, product development, product promotion,
business plan/marketing plan productivity
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 3 – External Assessment:
Local Counterparts in Agencies
What data/studies were they able to share with you? How does this help guide your
plans?
TESDA has made preparations for SHS transition through
availability, assessment, and certification for teachers to avail of the NC and
through meeting with Technical-Vocational Institutions (TVIs) to discuss the
impact of the K to 12 program.
The head of DTI suggested the setting of planning standard. The
head of DOLE mentioned the issue on labor law in connection with on-the-job
training as part of the SHS Program, while the head of TESDA stated the free
assessment and certification for teachers.
What areas/modes of collaboration have you established with the other agencies?
A meeting with the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club is set on
October 25, 2013, Friday, to be spearheaded by DTI.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
Methodology:
Meeting with heads/administrators/directors of private secondary schools, Higher Education Institutions
(City of Malabon University, Arellano University, and De La Salle Araneta University) and Technical-Vocational
Institutions (City of Malabon Polytechnic Institute, i-Learn, St. Amatiel, and St. Catherine Institute of Technology)
for the discussion of the Division Road Map: Strategic and Operational Senior High School Plan for CY 2015 (First
round on August 27, 2013, with a follow-up meeting held on October 7, 2013)
Summary of Initial Results:
Absorptive Capacity
What are their plans for SHS and K to 12 transition?
The heads/administrators/directors expressed their intentions to lend a
hand for the successful implementation of the SHS program, given the
necessary resources.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
What data were you able to gather about the institutions?
Data on number of teachers (initial data)
Private Schools
Number of Teachers
Number of teachers with
Advanced Training on SHS
Strands with Three (3) Tracks
350
CMU -29
AU - 27
DLSAU-43
Data on number of SHS facilities (initial data)
Private Schools (11)
Number of Instructional
Rooms
33
Number of Non-Instructional
Rooms
40
Toilets (bowls)
25
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
HEI
Tracks to Offer for
Senior High School
No. of Teachers
w/ NC II or
Specialized
Training
No. of
Available
Facility
Absorptive
Capacity
City of Malabon
University (CMU)
Academic
29
38
1,500
Arellano University
Academic
Tech-Voc
37
13
500
De La Salle Araneta
University
Academic
Tech-Voc
Sports/Arts & Design
43
18
700
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
What data were you able to gather about the institutions?
Courses Offered (TVIs)
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
•
What is their absorptive capacity? How do they fit in your division/region’s SHS provision plan?
Initial data (survey forms still being thoroughly accomplished)
Private HEIs
Absorptive Capacity
De La Salle Araneta University
700
Arellano University
500
Public HEI
Absorptive Capacity
City of Malabon University
1. 500
Private TVIs
Absorptive Capacity
St. Catherine Institute
of Technology
200
College of St. Amatiel
300
i-Learn
Public TVI
City of Malabon
Polytechnic Institute
200
Absorptive Capacity
400
(still awaiting the accomplished survey forms from other Private Schools, HEIs and TVIs)
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 4 – External Assessment:
Education/Training Institutions
Private High Schools with Capacity to Offer SHS
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 5: Internal Assessment:
SHS Projections
Projected Enrolment for SHS (SY2016 & SY 2017)
Reference: SHS Projection Tool
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 5: Internal Assessment:
SHS Projections
Projected Enrolment for SHS (SY 2016 & SY 2017)
based on 60%- 40% Public-Private Scenario
Reference: SHS Projection Tool
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 6 – Internal Assessment:
Learners and Parents
Methodology:
Meeting with General Parent-Teacher Association (GPTA) Officers of all public
secondary schools of the Division for the discussion of the Division Road Map:
Strategic and Operational Senior High School Plan for CY 2015 on August 15, 2013
Summary of Initial Results:
Students’ preference for SHS tracks
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 7 – Internal Assessment:
Where are the current Junior High Schools?
Notes:
Eight out of 12
public junior
high schools
cannot offer
SHS due to
lack of buildable
space and
inadequate
classrooms.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 7 – Internal Assessment:
What are our available resources?
•
Notes:
Facilities for SHS
Public
(4)
Number of Instructional Rooms
Number of Non-Instructional
Rooms
Toilets (bowls)
Private
(11)
Total
41
33
74
8
40
48
78
25
103
Even though
teachers and
staff have
qualifications
(NC II, etc.),
there should
be proper
training
relevant to the
requirements
of the new
curriculum
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 7 – Internal Assessment:
What are our available resources?
Notes:
•
Number of teachers
Even though
teachers and
staff have
•
Schools with buildable space
qualifications
(NC II, etc.),
there should
be proper
training
relevant to the
requirements
of the new
curriculum
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Proposed Schools & Sites for SHS
School/
New Site
# of SHS
students
Readiness of
School
(Why this
school/site?)
Tracks
Related
Industry
Linkages
(education/training
institution,
company, etc.)
Malabon
National HS
Grade 7: 1126
Grade 8: 1150
-buildable space
-node school of
DOST
Academic
(STEM)
Please refer to
community
cluster
Please refer to
community cluster
MNHS
Concepcion
Tech-Voc Annex
Grade 7: 258
Grade 8: 285
-has an existing
tech-voc
curriculum
Tech-VocLivelihood
Please refer to
community
cluster
Please refer to
community cluster
Panghulo
National HS
Grade 7: 482
Grade 8: 437
-buildable space
Tech-VocLivelihood
Please refer to
community
cluster
Please refer to
community cluster
Tinajeros NHSAcacia Annex
Grade 7: 344
Grade 8: 326
-buildable space
(exclusive for
SHS to cater
clusters 3 & 4)
Academic
(HES and
BAM)
Please refer to
community
cluster
Please refer to
community cluster
Santiago Syjuco
Memorial School
SHS
-buildable space
Arts and
Please refer to
Please refer to
-accessibility
Design
community
community cluster
(community
cluster
Preparations
–
[Insert
name
of
Division/Region]
Division of Malabon City
clusters 1 & 2)
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Proposed Schools & Sites for SHS
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Proposed Schools & Sites for SHS
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Proposed Schools & Sites for SHS
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Proposed Schools & Sites for SHS
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
What are the resource requirements?
School/
New Site
# of needed
classrooms
1
(SSMS)
57
Other
needed
facilities
Equipment
Needs
Teacher
Needs
Initial
Costing
167
(On-going data gathering)
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:
Where are the proposed Senior High Schools?
Notes:
The community
clusters help ensure
the accessibility of
nearby public and
private schools and
higher education
institutions (HEIs),
technical-vocational
institutions (TVIs),
and local university
that will offer Senior
High School (SHS)
to Junior High
School students who
graduated from
schools without the
capacity to offer
SHS.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City
What are the issues and scenarios you
foresee?
1. Lack of support from industries and private sectors, thereby
threatening the possibility of on-the-job trainings for SHS
enrollees. The idea of collaborating with the Department of Education
is new to them, hence the hesitation on their part.
2. Insufficient budget from the Local School Board (LSB).
Eighty-five percent (85 %) of the budget is being allocated for
personnel services.
3. Support of the Department of Education for the construction of
new school buildings.
The Division hopes that the allocation and construction of 57
instructional & 8 non-instructional rooms be done before the end of CY
2015.
SHS Preparations – [Insert
name
of Division/Region]
Division
of Malabon
City

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