SCHOOL REPORT CARDS


Division of City of BalangaBalanga

District I

PUERTO RIVAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Puerto Rivas Ibaba Balanga City

2ND  Semester REPORT CARD

November-April

S.Y. 2011 – 2012


A.Participated in  Different Cont

ests/ Programs on Different

      Learning Areas

Ø Read-A-Thon / Story Re-Telling (English & Filipino)

Ø Sayawit Quiz bee & Poster Making

Ø  Jazz Chant

Ø Sports Competition City Meet (CLARAA)

Ø Drum & Lyre Competition

Ø Batang Sining

 

  B. PHYSICAL FACILITIES DEVELOPMENT

1.       Construction of 3-seater  CR

2.       Renovation / Repainting of Kinder Room

3.       Construction of Handwashing & Tootbrushing   Area

4.       Procurement of  1 aircon & PC funded by PTA & City Government

5.       Construction of the Partial Enclosure of the Perimeter fence

6.       Renovation of Store room

7.       Construction of the Science Park

 

   C. STAFF DEVELOPMENT  

1.       Conducted SLAC for Teachers on HEALTH Bridging the GAP

2.       Participated in Regional/Division level on MTB/MLE

3.       Participated in Division Mgt. Training Cum Test Construction Workshop

 

   D. COMMUNITY LINKAGES

1.       School Feeding program for 55 pupils sponsored by JVR FOUNDATION (K-Servico)

2.       Pre-Conference of Parents and Teachers per grading period

3.       Stronger ties with PTA and other stakeholders

4.       Conduct Edu-Child Seminar sponsored by City Government

5.       National Dental Health Month Celebration-Sponsored by the City Health Office.

 

   E. RESOURCE GENERATION & FUND MANAGEMENT

1.       MOOE Fund

2.       City Government Subsidy

3.       PTA Generating Donation/Fund

4.       School Canteen Income

5.       Fund Raising Initiated by the PTA


III. PROBLEMS MET

1.       Lack of Funds

2.       Lukewarm attitude of some parents

3.       Too much class disruption due to different contests.

4.       No relieving teacher

 

IV. RECOMMENDATION

1.       Limit activities that tend to lessen contact time with pupils.

2.       Increase attention to time on task.

3.       Linkages with NGO’s and GO’s

 

 

SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL

 

  Chairman         ………………..…………………Hon Manuel Bustamante

   Co-Chairman   …………………………………. Mrs. Violeta M Mena

   NGO Representative …………………………. Mr. Guillermo M. Santos Jr.

   Committee on Education …………………… Mr. Mariano Garcia

 Religious Org. Representative …………..... Rosario Manansala

 Faculty President  ………………………….… Lutter M. Cubales       

 S P G President  ...………………… …….……Andrea Valero

 S B M Coordinator ……………………..…… Teresita Q. Nisay

P S D S  District 1………………………………Merlinda T Tablan, Ed.D

OIC- SDS  ……………………………………… RONALDO A. POZON, CESO IV



 

SCHOOL GOVERNING COUNCIL

 

Chairman         ………………..…………………… Hon Manuel Bustamante

   Co-Chairman   ……………………………………. Mrs. Violeta M Mena

   NGO Representative ………………………….  Mr. Guillermo M. Santos Jr.

   Committee on Education …………………… Mr. Mariano Garcia

Religious Org. Representative ………….... Rosario Manansala

Faculty President  ………………………….…… Lutter M. Cubales       

S P G President  ...………………… …….……..  Andrea Valero

S B M Coordinator ……………………..………. Teresita Q. Nisay

P S D S  District 1…………………………………. Merlinda T Tablan, Ed.D

OIC- SDS  ……………………………………………. RONALDO A. POZON, CESO IV



INTRODUCTION

 

 

Grade

Enrol ment

Pupil Tested

Frust.

Inst.

Ind.

Non Reader

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

42

43

42

1

0

17

0

25

0

0

II

30

30

30

13

6

12

10

5

14

0

0

III

44

44

45

19

8

20

30

5

7

0

0

IV

37

37

36

33

20

1

6

3

10

0

0

V

32

32

29

32

0

0

14

0

15

0

0

VI

31

31

32

30

22

1

6

0

4

0

0

TOTAL

218

216

215

169

57

34

83

13

75

0

0












        It takes a village to educate a child. This is the premise that we believe and guided us in the performance of our duty of being teachers to our pupils. The success of any effort of improving the quality of education depends entirely on our ability to harness each others talents and abilities for the good of the school. With the support of the community people and of the local government, the task of educating our school children became easier. This can be attested by the different accomplishments our school garnered for S.Y. 2010 – 2011
 

 

II.    SCHOOL PROFILE

 

 

GRADE

 

 

MALE

 

FEMALE

 

TOTAL

Kinder

16

18

34

I

21

23

44

II

18

12

30

III

23

21

44

IV

19

18

37

Primary

81

74

155

V

12

20

32

VI

14

17

31

Intermediate

26

37

63

 

TOTAL

 

107

111

218

 

 

PERFORMANCE INDICATOR

 

1.       Participation Rate                -               94.16 %

2.       Repetition Rate                    -               0%

3.       Cohort  Survival Rate           -               106.66%

4.       Retention Rate                     -               64.16%

5.       Transition Rate                     -               100%

6.       Pupil Textbook Ratio           -               3.1

7.       Teacher Pupil Ratio             -               1.35

8.       Drop-out Rate                       -               .93%

9.       Graduation Rate                  -              100%

10.    Completion Rate                 -               106.66%

 

ACCOMPLISHMENTS


 

Grade

Enrol ment

Pupil Tested

Frust.

Inst.

Ind.

Non Reader

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

42

43

42

1

0

17

0

25

0

0

II

30

30

30

13

6

12

10

5

14

0

0

III

44

44

45

19

8

20

30

5

7

0

0

IV

37

37

36

33

20

1

6

3

10

0

0

V

32

32

29

32

0

0

14

0

15

0

0

VI

31

31

32

30

22

1

6

0

4

0

0

TOTAL

218

216

215

169

57

34

83

13

75

0

0













A.1   ENGLISH – Philippine Informal Reading Inventory Oral Pre-Test

Analysis: Out of 218 pupils tested, none or 0% was considered non-readers.

 

A.2   ENGLISH – Philippine Informal Reading Inventory Oral Post-Test

 

Grade

Enrol ment

Pupil Tested

Frust.

Inst.

Ind.

Non Reader

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

42

43

42

0

0

39

0

4

42

0

II

30

30

30

30

8

0

17

0

5

0

0

III

44

44

45

44

11

0

34

0

0

0

0

IV

37

37

36

37

19

0

11

0

6

0

0

V

32

32

29

32

1

0

27

0

1

0

0

VI

31

31

32

28

12

3

16

0

4

0

0

TOTAL

218

216

215

213

51

3

144

0

20

42

0

Analysis: As the speed level, 51 or 23.61% of the pupils were considered slow. As to comprehension and reading level, 20 or 9.25% were under the frustration level.

 

A.3   FILIPINO – Philippine Informal Reading Inventory Oral Pre-Test

 

Grade

Enrol ment

Pupil Tested

Frust.

Inst.

Ind.

Non Reader

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

42

43

42

0

0

0

0

15

0

0

II

30

30

30

27

8

3

5

0

11

0

0

III

44

44

45

42

11

2

1

0

3

0

0

IV

37

37

36

24

10

11

8

2

8

0

0

V

155

32

29

32

0

0

0

0

14

0

0

VI

32

31

32

20

22

11

0

0

5

0

0

TOTAL

218

216

215

187

57

27

14

2

56

0

0

Analysis: Out of 218 pupils tested, 187 or  85.77% were considered non-readers.

  

A.4   FILIPINO – Philippine Informal Reading Inventory Oral Post-Test

 

Grade

Enrol ment

Pupil Tested

Frust.

Inst.

Ind.

Non Reader

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

44

43

42

0

0

28

0

15

0

0

II

30

30

30

30

16

0

5

0

9

0

0

III

44

44

45

44

3

0

41

0

1

0

0

IV

37

37

36

37

11

0

18

0

7

0

0

V

32

32

29

32

0

0

22

0

7

0

0

VI

31

31

32

31

22

0

9

0

1

0

0

TOTAL

218

218

215

216

52

0

123

0

40

0

0

Analysis: Out of 218 pupils tested, none or 0% were considered non-readers.

 

A.5 ZNN Pre-test Result

 

Grade

No. of Cases

Numerates

Nearly Numerates

Non - Numerates

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

44

43

 

36

 

7

 

0

II

30

30

8

24

15

6

7

0

III

44

45

15

38

20

7

9

0

IV

37

36

10

29

18

7

8

0

V

32

29

9

26

14

3

6

0

VI

31

32

7

25

17

7

7

0

Total

174

215

49

178

84

37

40

0

Analysis: Out of 215 pupils tested there were 37 or 17.20% were nearly numerates and non or 0% were non-numerates.

 

A.4F’s Pre Test Result

6

 

No. of Cases

Addition

Subtraction

Multiplication

Division

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

Pre

Post

I

43

43

90.72

87.12

 

 

 

 

 

II

30

77.8

87.26

76.23

88.17

 

85.96

 

78.96

III

44

81.2

92.96

79.5

91.31

72.4

87.33

60.95

82.84

IV

37

80.32

95.86

78.35

92.10

70.16

93.46

65.57

86.25

V

32

80.48

96.66

80.35

94.26

78.78

95.81

77.45

90.95

VI

31

82.33

95.94

80.75

95.89

77.38

97

75.52

92.62

Total

174

80.43

 

79

 

74.68

 

69.87

 

Analysis: Result showed that the pupils do not have the facility on addition.



























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Belinda Dizon,
Nov 26, 2013, 6:17 PM
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