Category Archives: SBM

Crucio bags first place in Action Research

crucioRulyn Z. Crucio, a teacher of Bendulan Elementary School won First Place in Action Research Poster Presentation under SBM Principle 2 during the Regional SBM General Assembly and Research Congress at Pearlmont Hotel, Cagayan de Oro City, December 4-5.

Her paper entitled “Magtuon Kita Og Basa: Supplementary Reading Material for Mother Tongue- Based-Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE) “ was exhibited using Continuous Improvement Methodology with all-inclusive stages and steps. Mrs. Crucio shared her intervention to the district level and continues to monitor the progress.

Malaybalay City Division delegation to the assembly was headed by the Division Research Coordinator, Rosie Salupado and Division SBM Coordinator, Ralph T. Quirog. Other researchers from the Division of Malaybalay City were Roger Meñoza (SBM Principle 1 Oral Presenter) of Silae National High School, Merlita Meliston (SBM Principle 2 Oral Presenter) of Magsaysay Elementary School, Mars Sumalinog (SBM Principle 3 Oral Presenter) of Calawag Elementary School, Salley Moreno (SBM Principle 4 Oral Presenter) of Bangcud National High School, Everardo Calopez (SBM Principle 3 Poster Presenter) of Bukidnon National High School, and Marites Escamillan (SBM Principle 4 Poster Presenter) of Mabuhay Elementary School. Winners of previous year’s action research presentation, Purisima J. Yap and John P. Rarogal were with the delegation.

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SBM Accreditation Brings Esteem

School Based Management (SBM) as provided in RA 9155 legitimized the empowerment opportunity of the school heads in improving the schools on the different areas such as Performance Indicator (PI) which is 60 %. Under this are indicators on Efficiency which focus on Enrolment & Reducing Drop-Out Rate, Completion and Cohort Survival Rate.  The 40 % is on School Based Management Assessment Score (Data analysis and observations).

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LCS soars up to Level 2 of SBM Practices

sbm2The numerical rating scale of 2.3 gave rise to Linabo Central School (LCS) faculty and staff to exuberate after the Regional Validation Team headed by Regional EPS in Social Studies and Regional SBM Coordinator, Mr. Rogelio C. Evangelista, carefully, meticulously and punctiliously scrutinized the documents of the school’s School Based Management practices, November 6, 2013.

The team validated the school’s Performance Improvement which showed increase in enrolment, less than 2% dropout rate, average increase of completion rate, and at least 2% increase of NAT MPS. Principles in Leadership and Governance, Curriculum and Learning, Accountability and Continuous Improvement and Management of Resources were presented and defended by (Mrs.) Imelda S. Bentillo, (Mrs.) Prescilla C. Dauz, (Mrs.) Mary Ann D. Benigay and (Mrs.) Mercita N. Balite, respectively.

The campus is very impressive, perfectly very beautiful, very wide and very clean,” Sir Evangelista said. “But should also focus on critical areas such as the Cohort Survival Rate and NAT. Interventions should have a story-line and that the impact of the practice that contributed to the improvement should be developed and balanced,” he added.

Self-Learning Module was highly suggested by some of the evaluators for pupils considered as child-laborers to cope up with the lessons, for them not to drop.

Composition of the Validation Team were Mr. Rogelio C. Evangelista, Ms. Angelina B. Buaron, Regional EPS in English and Ms. Mala Epra B. Magnaong. Regional EPS in English and Journalism Coordinator.

The School’s SGC President – Pastor Edil T. Murriera, GPTA President – Mr.Eduardo D. Baconguis,  Brgy. Council Education Committee Chair – Mr. Edgardo Hernando, Division EPS in Social Studies and Division SBM Coordinator-Mr. Ralph T. Quirog,  Division EPS In Science and  Malaybalay City East District Steward – Ms. Analy L. Ocier and Malaybalay City East District Supervisor – Mr. Aurelio A. Tilanduca, were also present during the validation.

by: Glissy Callanta