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SWOT ANALYSIS
The school is cordially using SWOT Analysis to identify school priorities needed in the unlocking
various capabilities and potentials besetting in a framework established by school community, and
keeping up the needed answer in a various problems available. The process is made by glancing
the school environment in particulars both in the external and internal capacity, and endowed with the
following instruments according to strengths and opportunities vis-à-vis weaknesses and threats of
the school.






STRENGTHS (S)

1. Conducts well in the
implementation of regular
classroom instruction.
2. Conducts well the
implementation of the regular
inspection in the monitoring
aspect for preservation of the
good condition of all materials in
school
3. Utilizes instructional and
laboratory facilities functional
4. Provides reparation to any
unconditional learning facilities
and amenities.
5. Recipients to newly- built 3-
door WATSAN with CR erected
outside the vacant area near the
classrooms of the school campus
6. Provides at least a small area
for library and utilization of
materials for the students
7. Supply only with 12 units of
blackboards through
MOOE/PTA/Other donations
8. Repaints only 2 blackboards
through PTA/MOOE funds
9. Provides new items for
teachers in accordance with
priorities and needs.
10. Makes available in producing
post-graduate teachers and NC I
and II expertise
12. Early releases of K-12
textbooks, Teachers Guide, and
other learning materials needed
to new curriculum program
13. Provide security measures
on textbooks and other learning
materials through mechanism
effort
WEAKNESSES (W)

1. Inadequate number of
classrooms for accommodating
559 students
2. Non-utilization of science lab
materials and equipment to
some teachers.
3. Utilizes only handpick
modules/competencies only in
utilizing science lab materials,
equipment etc by some
teachers
4. No laboratory area and other
materials and equipment for 10
previous computers that are still
usable, and shall be subject for
the utilization of TLE course in
G9 and G10
5. Un-repairs armchairs for
classroom instruction furniture
6. Inadequate number of CRs
with 4 unit bowls
7. No permanent library room
having contained with a limited
area and other minimal
references/material containing
only the old textbooks and no
large users of the library
8. Need 1 functional librarian
with no large sections of
circulations and reference
supplies
9. 12 Classrooms having no
repainted blackboard.
10. Insufficient 3 MAPEH, 2
science and 2 TLE Cluster
Teachers with expository
skills/expertise.
11. Non-supply or incomplete
textbooks of G7, G8, G9 and
G10 textbooks.
14. Afford other procurement
through school MOOE, PTA and
other stakeholders fund
15. Establish School monitoring
and feedback mechanism
16. Provides transparency on
liquidation of MOOE, PTA and
other various donations of
stakeholders
17. MOOE, PTA and other
donations budgets shall be in
accordance with school priorities
18. Continually implements any
educational programs: such as
ADM, ALS, DORP, Phil IRRI,
Numeracy, RRE, & Extreme 4Rs,
Gulayan sa Paaralan, 1 Billion
Tree, MIC – P/ICOT - P, Sports
and Cultural Arts, teachers and
foundation day, and other relative
monthly programs as required.
19. Establishes school
monitoring and feedback
mechanism.
20. Allows skillful personnel to
work in school according to merit
and standard.
21. Provides computer-aid
Literate in making available the
school Learners Profile Record
and Updating Records and
Management System and other
relative area.
22. Scrutinizes in possessing
qualities of personnel that are
consistent with VMC relative to
“child-friendly, gender sensitivity
and safe motivating environment.
23. Requests adequate LSB
allotment grants annually.
24. Received donations from
PTA, Alumni Association,
BRIGADA ESKWELA donors
and other supporting
stakeholders by establishing
monthly liquidations or liquidating
procedures to DO, SP and DH as
need arises
25. Performs thematic reporting
in monthly or quarterly basis
against financial expenses
relative to suitable donation to
12. Provides only modules
through self-resources of
Teachers by way of delaying
procurement of the aforesaid
textbooks.
13. Provides non-specified or
non-particulars and/or priorities
of textbooks.
14. Losses of particular
textbooks and other learning
material
15. Experience financial
funding shortages
16. Insufficient skillful teachers
in managing additional
assignments for different school
programs.
17. Inadequate financial funds
allocated to different Education
Programs and Projects. -
18. Mediocre towards
reporting, monitoring and
feedback
16. Non-availability of
personnel due to meager
wages
19. Mediocrity and Individual
differences
20. Inadequate MOOE
considering the number of
students and teachers in place.
21. Non-Increment in MOOE
allocation.
22. Procurement not in
accordance to priorities
23. Non-rewarding scheme to
specified donors is not well
particularly established in
school
24. Not updated to quarterly
reporting or non-compliance to
important documents
25. Insufficiency of teachers
relative to academic majors.
26. Non-expertise in using
teaching laboratory equipment
and materials
27. Only in NC1 qualified in
Computer Servicing for the
servicing course in G9 to G10
and Non-NC qualifications for
other TLE course.
respective supporting-
stakeholders
26. 11 classrooms are available
after calamity with 2 of it having
repaired classrooms duly funded
in the school PTA and MOOE
27. Non- major teachers
engaged in laboratory and
academic major.
28. 50 computer sets are sets
available with having 10 old
computers in functional capacity
usable to Computer Servicing
Course
29. Two Teachers are expert in
the field of experience and
previous work/job
30. Provides vacant Classrooms
utilized for TLE laboratory course
for the meantime.
31. Water availability in local
Water System supplies at
different units of the school
campus such as hand washing
facility, classroom s and CRs.
32. Provide school library yet
having no spacious area.
33. Imparts waste disposal
management system in school
that shows specific labeling.
34. Provides wide playground for
the students to play having free
from waste materials due to
proper disposal of garbage
management
35. Canteen space structure is
available having endowed with
appropriate management system
on safety and secured foods,
responsible and accountable
canteen services,

36. Call for Medical supplies and
drugs for medical purposes of the
students.
37. Supply medical attention
affordable through school MOOE
fund and /or Local LGU.
38. Space is used for TLE
stockrooms to preserve various
equipment
Sufficient number of teachers

28. Non-availability for learning
lab work and/or competencies
of the course

29. No laboratory room for 2
TLE course.

30. Continues occurrences on
stoppage supply of water
sources.

31. No specific library room
containing deficient number of
books and other references
with a minimal library users due
to minimal space.

32. No available
space/area/room for library
requirement

33. Non-proper disposal of
waste and/or garbage in every
classrooms and playground
34. Insufficient pit and heap
35. Non-implementation to
DepEd Orders/local ordinances
prescribed for all canteen
proprietors in the campus.

36. Provides non- suitable
canteen due to selling
preservative food, crackers,
nuts, candies, and salt-
containing foodstuff, munchies,
etc.

37. Non-provision of clinic
room having no complete
facilities and equipment with a
service rendered as occasional
38. Deficient on medical
supplies, equipment etc. for
students medication
39. Used as academic
classrooms for practicum
40. Teaching non major
subjects in MAPEH; Science;
Filipino, and Araling
Panlipunan.
41. Deficient in classroom
39. Sufficient number of teaching
force
3 Ts are Proficient, and 2 Ts are
Highly Proficient and 1 teacher is
in developing





OPPORTUNINITIES (0)

1. Support assistance and
Capability building of teachers
and students coming from
NDRCC, PDRCC, DOST, OCD
and other agencies

2. Awareness on fire, quake,
typhoon, and disaster drill.

3. Installations of rain gauges,
Disaster and Rescue Trainings.

4. Disasaster Information
Board, Storm Surge Awareness
Information System through
“Bandello” Action on possible
Calamity System,

5. Flash Flood and Inundations
Control and Quality Drainage
System.

6. Formulation of a safe
Evacuation Center in the
conduct of Fire, Earthquake,
Typhoon and disaster Drill

7. Job opportunities for people
- individuals, families and
community of school children

8. Domesticated jobs and in
more lively Business
Competition

9. Send children to school due
to financial access to more job
opportunities

10. Strengthened “Tourist
Destination” attraction.

(S-T Strategies)
1. Conducts well the
regular classroom
instruction – High
absenteeism among
learners
Strategy 1. Implementation of
Regular attendance of the
learners.
4. Provides reparation to any
unconditional learning facilities
and amenities. - 29.Realigning
budget intended for the schools
Strategy 2: Reparation of
school facilities, amenities
according to priorities.

6. Provides at least a
small area for library and
utilization of materials for
the students – 85. No
assistance coming from
government sectors.

Strategy 3: Requisition of
school priority projects and
programs for access of
different school amenities.

9. Provides new items for
teachers in accordance
with priorities and needs. -
34. Non-assurance or
truthful information for the
enough access of
subsidies and other
financial access
Strategy 4: Requisition of new
items for teaching position
allocated in all concern areas.
10. Makes available in producing
post-graduate teachers and NC I
and II expertise
12. Early releases of K-12

11. Source of income of the
families

12. Easy and accessible
transportation for the students

13. Increment of job
opportunities

14. Strengthened “Tourist
Destination” attraction

15 Easy access to barangay
level

16. Sustainable Services
occurs to response the needs
of barangay people

17. Prone to source and
operate Small-Business and/or
Generating Income

18. Strengthened ordinances
on computer/internet provider

19. More manpower services
provider of the municipality

22. Improving category of the
municipality 5
th
class to 4
th

class

23. Increasing population

24. Business engages in the
filing of the remittances and
taxes.

25. Information is given to the
different school heads of the
schools

26. Information is released to
the school using different
programs and activities

27. Increase number of
enrollees/beneficiaries to have
access in basic secondary
education

textbooks, Teachers Guide, and
other learning materials needed
to new curriculum program
13. Provide security
measures on textbooks
and other learning
materials through
mechanism effort. -
Enforcement of
ordinances is considerably
on-off implementation
towards school learners
Strategy 5: Provision of
Security measures on
textbooks and learning
materials and other important
issuance provided by the
learners.
14. Affords other procurement
through school MOOE, PTA and
other stakeholders fund
15. Establish school
monitoring and feedback
mechanism – 15. More
occurrence of vices
Strategy 6: Establishing the
school career guidance among
the graduating fourth
year/junior students in school
to encourage them for career
roles in life

16. Provides
transparency on
liquidation of MOOE, PTA
and other various
donations of stakeholders.
– 41. Non-transparency
of the school donations.
Strategy 7: Procurement of
school transparency board for
monthly-generated income,
maintenance, stakeholders
donations and others financial
subsidies, assistance and
support.
1. 17. MOOE, PTA and other
donations budgets shall
be in accordance with
school priorities – 7. No
financial Support
Strategy 8: Utilization of
28. Growth in number receives
from generous donors in
educational resources-need

29. Increase allocation of SEF
and municipal fund

30. Priority’ needs is
addressed in accordance with
approved APP.

31. Civic Action Program
(CIVAC) in Gulayan sa
Paaralan is conducted
annually.

32. 1 guard
1 janitor
1 skillful School Computer-
Aid Literate to establish
School Learners Profile
Record and Updating
Records
Record Management
System and other relative
are.

32. Increase school MOOE
and SEF funding allocation to
school feeding program

33. Encourage participation of
Division and Municipal nurses
and doctors.

34. Access for medical and
dental assistance.

35. The school has a strong
linkage with the Local
Government Units

36. Good ordinances for the
Municipality

37. Construction, Repair and
maintenance of school
buildings.

38. Establish support and
maintenance of attendance of
stakeholders fund-drive
donations with a counterpart
from the school MOOE for
priority projects and programs

18. Continually
implements any
educational programs:
such as ADM, ALS,
DORP, Phil IRRI,
Numeracy, RRE, &
Extreme 4Rs, Gulayan sa
Paaralan, 1 Billion Tree,
MIC – P/ICOT - P, Sports
and Cultural Arts, teachers
and foundation day, and
other relative monthly
programs as required.-
100. A destitute
individuals duly done by
school children coupled
with unsupportive parents
due to vices
Strategy 9. Sustainability of
the school to decrease the
number of drop-out

19. Establishes school
monitoring and feedback
mechanism.
20. Allows skillful personnel to
work in school according to merit
and standard.
21. Provides computer-aid
Literate in making available the
school Learners Profile Record
and Updating Records and
Management System and other
relative area.
22. Scrutinizes in
possessing qualities of
personnel that are
consistent with VMC
relative to “child-friendly,
gender sensitivity and safe
motivating environment.-
55. Disruption and
obstruction of classes
Strategy 10: Institutionalize
the “No disruptions and
obstruction of classes” in
conducting school
classes due to ordinances

39. Purchase of books,
periodicals and school
equipment’s such as Sports
development

40. Identification of the schools
which needs more
classrooms and other
facilities

41. Improve discipline among
constituents

42. Awareness of the laws

43. Protection of women and
children against abuse

44. Increment to job
opportunities to parents, and
sources of financial support to
school children.

45. Support Education
Programs and Projects on IMs
of teachers.

46. Sustainable Conditional
Cash Transfer of DSWD for
selected recipients.

47. Sustainable school needs
of children by respective
parents resulting to lower drop-
out rate.

48. Participation, repetition,
repeaters rate is exceedingly
high.

49. Sustainability of Adopt-A-
School Child and other grants
Program to deserving students
yet under a status of indigent
child/ren.

50. Income helps family
support

52. Local employment of
programs and activities

23. Requests adequate
LSB allotment grants
annually.- 31. Dishonest
in reporting of revenues

Strategy 11: Support honest
filing of revenues for the
granting of increment to SEF
allocation of the school.

24. Received donations from
PTA, Alumni Association,
BRIGADA ESKWELA donors
and other supporting
stakeholders by establishing
monthly liquidations or liquidating
procedures to DO, SP and DH as
need arises
25. Performs thematic reporting
in monthly program or quarterly
basis against financial expenses
relative to suitable donation to
respective supporting-
stakeholders
26. 11 classrooms are available
after calamity with 2 of it having
repaired classrooms duly funded
in the school PTA and MOOE
27. Non- major teachers
engaged in laboratory and
academic major.
28. 50 computer sets are sets
available with having 10 old
computers in functional capacity
usable to Computer Servicing
Course
29. Two Teachers are expert in
the field of experience and
previous work/job
30. Provides vacant Classrooms
utilized for TLE laboratory course
for the meantime.
31. Water availability in local
Water System supplies at
different units of the school
campus such as hand washing
facility, classroom s and CRs.
32. Provide school library yet
having no spacious area.

students with skill.

53. Ready assistance and
assurance for the promotion of
small enterprises

54. Increment to job
opportunities to parents, and
sources of financial support to
school children.

55. Support Education
Programs and Projects on
teaching and IMs of teachers.

55. Sustainable Conditional
Cash transfer of DSWD for
selected recipients.

56. Sustainability of Adopt-A-
School Child and other grants
Program to deserving students
yet under a status of indigent
child/ren.

57. Helps family support

58. Local employment of
students with skill.

33. Imparts waste disposal
management system in school
that shows specific labeling.

34. Usable area for
particular activity in
school such as sports
and dances – 70.
Increments of SARDOs
students with potential
skills and abilities

Strategy 12 : Tapping
deserving potential students
and SARDOs in exhibiting
skills and abilities in sports,
culture and arts.


34. Provides wide
playground for the
students to play having
free from waste materials
due to proper disposal of
garbage management –
53 Non-enforcement of
laws and ordinances
Strategy 13: Implementation
of the eco-friendly campus of
the school

35. Canteen space structure is
available having endowed with
appropriate management system
on safety and secured foods,
responsible and accountable
canteen services,

36. Call for Medical
supplies and drugs for
medical purposes of the
students –
50. No enough funding for
the medical and dental
supplies.
Strategy 14: Improvement of
the school medical and dental
health services of the
students.

37. Supply medical attention
affordable through school MOOE
fund and /or Local LGU.

38. Space is used for TLE
stockrooms to preserve various
equipment



THREATS (T)

1. Frequency calamities

2. Destruction of low-quality
school buildings and
facilities

3. Disruptions. Obstruction
and shortening of
classes simply affects
academic performance

4. Occurrence of casualty
caused by fire, quake
and disasters.

5. Lack of knowledge due
to failure to attend the
drill and trainings

6. No enough provision of
Fire Extinguisher

7. No financial Support

8. Lack of knowledge due
to failure in attending
trainings, drill, and
disaster and
rehabilitation issue

9. High incidence of
attraction for child labor

10. Absenteeism

11. Stagnant tax ordinances
and/or poor law
enforcement of revenues
due to politics

12. Poor Enforcement of
(S-T Strategies)

1. Conducts well the
regular classroom
instruction – High
absenteeism among
learners

Strategy 1. Implementation of
Regular attendance of the
learners.

4. Provides reparation to any
unconditional learning facilities
and amenities. - 29.Realigning
budget intended for the schools

Strategy 2: Reparation of
school facilities, amenities
according to priorities.

6. Provides at least a
small area for library and
utilization of materials for
the students – 85. No
assistance coming from
government sectors.

Strategy 3: Requisition of
school priority projects and
programs for access of
different school amenities.

9. Provides new items for
teachers in accordance
with priorities and needs. -
34. Non-assurance or
truthful information for the
enough access of
subsidies and other
financial access

(W-T Strategies)

1. Inadequate number of
classrooms for
accommodating 559
students - 55. Disruption
and obstruction of
classes

Strategy : Conduct regular
meetings of the staff
clinching
defects/problem/issues of the
school
programs/activities/implemen
tation

2. Non-utilization of science lab
materials and equipment to
some teachers.

3. Utilizes only handpick
modules/competencies only in
utilizing science lab materials,
equipment etc by some
teachers

4. No laboratory area and other
materials and equipment for 10
previous computers that are still
usable, and shall be subject for
the utilization of TLE course in
G9 and G10

5. Un-repairs armchairs for
classroom instruction furniture
6. Inadequate number of CRs
with 4 unit bowls

7. No permanent library room
having contained with a limited
area and other minimal
ordinances

13. Teenage Pregnancy

14. Pre-marital relationships

15. More occurrence of vices

16. No price control


17. Fraudulent price and
racketing

18. Rampant dishonesty in
filing owner’s permit to
business and revenues
as well


19. Fare transportation turns
expensive

20. Insurgency/rebel
infiltration area

21. Enforcement of
ordinances/policies is
considerably on-off
implementation towards
school learners

22. Pre-marital relationship

23. Teenage pregnancy

24. Possible engagement on
sexual harassment and
prostitution

25. Cyber Crime and betting
games

26. Failure to tackle
defect/services/ service
provider of
communication
27. Effect of the governance
through political trusts of
the constituents or
political patronage

Strategy 4: Requisition of new
items for teaching position
allocated in all concern areas.

11. Early releases of K-12
textbooks, Teachers Guide, and
other learning materials needed
to new curriculum program –

13. Provide security
measures on textbooks
and other learning
materials through
mechanism effort. -
Enforcement of
ordinances is considerably
on-off implementation
towards school learners

Strategy 5: Provision of
Security measures on
textbooks and learning
materials and other important
issuance provided by the
learners.

14. Affords other procurement
through school MOOE, PTA and
other stakeholders fund
15. Establish school
monitoring and feedback
mechanism – 15. More
occurrence of vices

Strategy 6: Establishing the
school career guidance among
the graduating fourth
year/junior students in school
to encourage them for career
roles in life

16. Provides
transparency on
liquidation of MOOE, PTA
and other various
donations of stakeholders.
– 41. Non-transparency
of the school donations.
Strategy 7: Procurement of
school transparency board for
monthly-generated income,
maintenance, stakeholders
references/material containing
only the old textbooks and no
large users of the library

8. Need 1 functional librarian
with no large sections of
circulations and reference
supplies

9. 12 Classrooms having no
repainted blackboard.

10. Insufficient 3 MAPEH, 2
science and 2 TLE Cluster
Teachers with expository
skills/expertise.

11. Non-supply or incomplete
textbooks of G7, G8, G9 and
G10 textbooks.

12. Provides only modules
through self-resources of
Teachers by way of delaying
procurement of the aforesaid
textbooks.

13. Provides non-specified or
non-particulars and/or priorities
of textbooks.
14. Losses of particular
textbooks and other
learning material – 21
Enforcement of
ordinances/policies is
considerably on-off
implementation towards
school learners

Strategy : Provision of
policies to preserve 1:1
textbooks in all K to 12
curriculum subjects

15. Experience financial
funding shortages –

16. Insufficient skillful
teachers in managing
additional assignments
for different school
programs - 48
28. Focus more infra for the
local government

29. Realigning budget
intended for the schools

30. Political patronage is
trusted to party affiliation

31. Dishonest in reporting of
revenues

32. Politics involving
revenues and taxes

33. No information or
provision of the quality
and quantity of the local
government

34. Non-assurance or
truthful information for
the enough access of
subsidies and other
financial access

35. Political patronage

36. Political
patronage/affiliation

37. Only minimal support

38. Continued promotion for
a rotten engagement of
political trust and political
patronage


39. Shortage of teachers
teaching majors,
classroom buildings and
furniture, facilities and
other educational
requirements

40. Politics and partisanship
involves in the donating
financial and any items

41. Non-transparency of the
school on donations
donations and others financial
subsidies, assistance and
support.

17. MOOE, PTA and other
donations budgets shall
be in accordance with
school priorities – 7. No
financial Support

Strategy 8: Utilization of
stakeholders fund-drive
donations with a counterpart
from the school MOOE for
priority projects and programs

18. Continually
implements any
educational programs:
such as ADM, ALS,
DORP, Phil IRRI,
Numeracy, RRE, &
Extreme 4Rs, Gulayan sa
Paaralan, 1 Billion Tree,
MIC – P/ICOT - P, Sports
and Cultural Arts, teachers
and foundation day, and
other relative monthly
programs as required.-
100. A destitute
individuals duly done by
school children coupled
with unsupportive parents
due to vices

Strategy 9. Sustainability of
the school to decrease the
number of drop-out

19. Establishes school
monitoring and feedback
mechanism.
20. Allows skillful personnel to
work in school according to merit
and standard.

21. Provides computer-aid
Literate in making available the
school Learners Profile Record
and Updating Records and
Management System and other
relative area.
Intentional or dislikes of
personnel in the conduct
of service.

Strategy 3. Involvement in the
civic action program of the
school through scouting
activities.

17. Inadequate
financial funds allocated
to different Education
Programs and Projects -
Lack of knowledge due
to failure in attending
trainings, drill, and
disaster and
rehabilitation issue

Strategy 3: Participation of
different approved
competitions in the lower
levels up to division, regional
and nationals.

18. Mediocre towards
reporting, monitoring and
feedback - 26. Failure to
tackle defect/services/
service provider of
communication

Strategy 4. Institutionalize the
numeracy and reading
program plan and scheme
16. Non-availability of
personnel due to meager
wages
19. Mediocrity and
Individual differences –
63. Non-imposing strict
discipline

Strategy 1. Raising
Performance indicators of the
school

20. Inadequate MOOE
considering the number of
students and teachers in place.

21. Non-Increment in

42. Delayed release fund
allocation

43. Minimal increases of the
SEF budget

44. Notification of the school
is delayed.

45. Learners’ health and
nutrition deficiency may
cause decrement in
enrollment. Thus,
increases a number of
absences and drop-outs.

46. School is not affiliated to
political patronage.

47. Non-Available of Health
and Dental Medic,
nurses etc. due to
conflict schedule of
services

48. Intentional or dislikes of
personnel in the conduct
of service

49. Engaged in introducing
political patronage

50. No enough funding for
the medical and dental
supplies

51. No allocation for non-
affiliating or different
political affiliation.

52. Political interventions for
hiring of teachers

53. Non-enforcement of laws
and ordinances

54. Segregation of allocation
causing minimal fund.

55. Disruption and
obstruction of classes
22. Scrutinizes in
possessing qualities of
personnel that are
consistent with VMC
relative to “child-friendly,
gender sensitivity and safe
motivating environment.-
55. Disruption and
obstruction of classes

Strategy 10: Institutionalize
the “No disruptions and
obstruction of classes” in
conducting school
programs and activities

23. Requests adequate
LSB allotment grants
annually.- 31. Dishonest
in reporting of revenues

Strategy 11: Support honest
filing of revenues for the
granting of increment to SEF
allocation of the school.

24. Received donations from
PTA, Alumni Association,
BRIGADA ESKWELA donors
and other supporting
stakeholders by establishing
monthly liquidations or liquidating
procedures to DO, SP and DH as
need arises

25. Performs thematic reporting
in monthly program or quarterly
basis against financial expenses
relative to suitable donation to
respective supporting-
stakeholders

26. 11 classrooms are available
after calamity with 2 of it having
repaired classrooms duly funded
in the school PTA and MOOE

27. Non- major teachers
engaged in laboratory and
academic major.
28. 50 computer sets are sets
available with having 10 old
MOOE allocation.- 8.
Lack of knowledge due
to failure in attending
trainings, drill, and
disaster and
rehabilitation issue

Strategy: Provision of
trainings/seminars/workshop
s/drill of teachers relative to
the improvement and
teaching effectiveness.

22. Procurement not in
accordance to priorities
23. Non-rewarding scheme to
specified donors is not well
particularly established in
school

24. Not updated to quarterly
reporting or non-compliance to
important documents

25. Insufficiency of
teachers relative to
academic majors.- 37.
Only minimal support.

Strategy 2: Continuing
approach of the school
teaching effectiveness to
different scholarship grants

26. Non-expertise in using
teaching laboratory equipment
and materials

27. Only in NC1 qualified in
Computer Servicing for the
servicing course in G9 to G10
and Non-NC qualifications for
other TLE course.

28. Non-availability for learning
lab work and/or competencies
of the course

29. No laboratory room for 2
TLE course.

30. Continues occurrences on

56. No resolution passed


57. On and off enforcement

58. On and off of law
enforcers and school
administration

59. Non-purchasing of books
and Disruption of classes

60. Minimal allocations

61. Incomplete provision of
classroom and furniture
from the Local
Government Unit.

62. Political intervention

63. Non-imposing strict
discipline

64. On and off of the
ordinances’

65. Ignorance of the law

66. Incomplete provision of
classroom and furniture
from the Local
Government Unit.

67. Ignorance of the law/No
information coming from
the education sector.

68. Non-implementation of
schools child-protection
and against bullying

69. Child Labor

70. Increments of SARDOs
students with potential
skills and abilities

71. High absenteeism
among learners

computers in functional capacity
usable to Computer Servicing
Course

29. Two Teachers are expert in
the field of experience and
previous work/job
30. Provides vacant Classrooms
utilized for TLE laboratory course
for the meantime.

31. Water availability in local
Water System supplies at
different units of the school
campus such as hand washing
facility, classroom s and CRs.

32. Provide school library yet
having no spacious area.

33. Imparts waste disposal
management system in school
that shows specific labeling.

34. Usable area for
particular activity in
school such as sports
and dances – 70.
Increments of SARDOs
students with potential
skills and abilities

Strategy 12 : Tapping
deserving potential students
and SARDOs in exhibiting
skills and abilities in sports,
culture and arts.

34. Provides wide
playground for the
students to play having
free from waste materials
due to proper disposal of
garbage management –
53 Non-enforcement of
laws and ordinances

Strategy 13: Implementation
of the eco-friendly campus of
the school

stoppage supply of water
sources.

31. No specific library room
containing deficient number of
books and other references
with a minimal library users due
to minimal space.

32. No available
space/area/room for library
requirement

33. Non-proper disposal of
waste and/or garbage in every
classrooms and playground
34. Insufficient pit and heap

35. Non-implementation to
DepEd Orders/local ordinances
prescribed for all canteen
proprietors in the campus.

36. Provides non- suitable
canteen due to selling
preservative food, crackers,
nuts, candies, and salt-
containing foodstuff, munchies,
etc.

37. Non-provision of clinic
room having no complete
facilities and equipment with a
service rendered as occasional
38. Deficient on medical
supplies, equipment etc. for
students medication

39. Used as academic
classrooms for practicum

40. Teaching non major
subjects in MAPEH;
Science; Filipino, and
Araling Panlipunan.- 39.
Shortage of teachers
teaching majors,
classroom buildings and
furniture, facilities and
other educational
requirements.

72. No price control

73. Poor enforcement of
local governance and
improper processing of
products turns less
revenues/minimal
revenues

74. Unutilized IMs of
teachers

75. Untrained in using the
IMs

76. Improper use of money
for the beneficiary

77. Non-guidance of the
beneficiary.

78. No constant follow up of
the parents on their
children

79. Caused by teacher’s
hatred against
vulnerable grantees

80. Bullying and/or child
protection policy is not
well implemented

81. Causes of stoppage of
schooling due to early
income in supporting
family obligation.

82. Children coupled with
unsupportive parents

83. Vices of parents/children
84. Infusing a big role in
addressing
responsibilities of the
parents towards the
family.
85. No assistance coming
from government
sectors.

86. No assistance and
35. Canteen space structure is
available having endowed with
appropriate management system
on safety and secured foods,
responsible and accountable
canteen services,

36. Call for Medical
supplies and drugs for
medical purposes of the
students –
50. No enough funding for
the medical and dental
supplies.

Strategy 14: Improvement of
the school medical and dental
health services of the
students.

37. Supply medical attention
affordable through school MOOE
fund and /or Local LGU.

38. Space is used for TLE
stockrooms to preserve various
equipment



Strategy: Increment of
teachers teaching major
subjects in K to 12
curriculum

41. Deficient in classroom


assurance for the
promotion of small
enterprises

87. Political
intervention/affiliation/pat
ronage

88. No environmental
compliance.

89. Causes soil erosion in
the area, and other
domino effects of such
problem.

90. No assistance and
assurance of students-
employment for regular
basis

91. No assistance and
assurance for the
promotion of small
enterprises

92. Child Labor

93. Increments of SARDOs
students

94. High absenteeism
among learners

95. Child labor and
absenteeism

96. No price control

97. Poor enforcement of
local governance and
improper processing of
products turns less
revenues/minimal
revenues

98. Causes soil erosion in
the area and other
domino effects of the
problem.

99. Causes of disinterested
in continuing schooling
due to early income
receives to support
family


100. A destitute
individuals duly done by
school children coupled
with unsupportive
parents due to vices
Infusing a big role in addressing
responsibilities of the parents
towards




Formulated Strategies
Strengths - Opportunities Weaknesses - Opportunities

Strategy 1. Sustainability of the school enrolment

Strategy 2. Utilization of the school facilities,
systems and plans.

Strategy 3: Participation of different school
programs aligned to academic, tech-voc, and
non-academic competitions.

Strategy 4: Raise the academic achievement of
the school
Strategy 5: Increasing the number of school
personnel to do certain or offered jobs.
Strategy 6. Building up security measures on
Child-Protection Policy and Anti-Bullying Law

Strategy 7. Carrying out programs of the Early
Registration and Balik Eskwela.

Strategy 8. Resourcing the school through
Stakeholder’s assistance or fund under the
feeding and the Gulayan sa Paaralan programs
of the school.

Strategy 9: collaborate Stakeholders on
Disaster Risk Management Awareness

Strategy 10 : Institutionalize solid waste

Strategy 1. Augment the number of repairs, and
of classroom Buildings, instructional facilities and
amenities.

Strategy 2. Reconditioning the school furniture as
used in the classrooms, offices and the school.

Strategy 3. Utilization of DOH personnel in the
municipality/division for documentation of
severely wasted learners in school

Strategy 4. Implementation of school-based
training re: learning - teaching competencies and
other related concerns.

Strategy 5. Utilization of internet on the learners’
reference and enrolment profile data, school
basic information data, learners additional data
and other school plans data.

Strategy 6. Additional number of laboratory
rooms with complete tools and equipment
package on TLE clustered course and other other
related instructional purposes.

Strategy 7. Sustained the medical - dental health
problems services

disposal management within the school
classrooms, playground and campus

Strategy 11: Institutionalize the conduct of
school programs and activities
Strategy: Sustainability of office supplies,
utilities, and other substantial purchases.

Strategy 12: Increment of teachers teaching
major subjects as shown in by priorities.

Strategy : Provision of policies to preserve 1:1
textbooks in all K to 12 curriculum subjects

Strategy 14. Carrying out the programs of the
Early Registration and Balik-Eskwela Program
due to increment of support and funding during
Brigada Eskwela among stakeholders

Strategy 8: Institutionalize the “No disruption and
obstruction” of classes in conducting school
programs and activities.
Strategy Ensuring adequate, substantial and
quality classrooms and other pertinent facilities

Strategy 9: Intensify effective monitoring and
evaluation of teachers to determine the
competency level

Strategy 10. Maintenance of the school building,
facilities and amenities

Strategy 11: DSWD Compliance of the CCT
learner- recipient or beneficiaries are well
established in school

Strengths - Threats Weaknesses - Threats

Strategy 1. Implementation of Regular
attendance of the learners

Strategy 2: Provision of Repair for school
facilities and amenities in accordance to
priorities.

Strategy : Sustainability of the school Brigada
Eskwela and stakeholders’ support of the
program

Strategy 3: Requisition of school priority projects
and programs to access the different school
amenities.

Strategy 4: Requisition of new items for teaching
position allocated in all concern areas.

Strategy 5: Provision of Security measures on
textbooks, learning materials, tools, equipment
and other important issuances provided to the
learners.

Strategy 6. Sustainability of the school in
decreasing the number of drop-out

Strategy 7 – Improvement of the school medical
and dental health services of the students.

Strategy : Procurement of school transparency
board for monthly-generated income,

Strategy 1. Implementation of Regular
attendance of the learners

Strategy 2: Provision of Repair for school
facilities and amenities in accordance to
priorities.

Strategy 3: Sustainability of the school Brigada
Eskwela and stakeholders’ support in the
program

Strategy 4: Requisition of school priority projects
and programs to access the different school
amenities.

Strategy 5: Requisition of new items for teaching
position allocated in all concern areas.

Strategy 6: Provision of Security measures on
textbooks, learning materials, tools, equipment
and other important issuances provided to the
learners.

Strategy 7. Sustainability of the school in
decreasing the number of drop-out

Strategy 7 – Improvement of the school medical
and dental health services of the students.

Strategy 8: Procurement of school transparency
board for monthly-generated income,
maintenance, stakeholders donations and others
financial subsidies, assistance and support

Strategy : Implementation of the eco-friendly
campus of the school

Strategy : Tapping deserving potential students
and SARDOs in exhibiting skills and abilities in
sports, culture and arts.

Strategy : Establishing the school career
guidance among the graduating fourth year/junior
students in school to encourage them for career
roles in life

Strategy: Utilization of stakeholder’s fund-drive
donations complicated with the school MOOE for
priority projects and programs







maintenance, stakeholders donations and others
financial subsidies, assistance and support

Strategy 9: Implementation of the eco-friendly
campus of the school

Strategy 10: Tapping deserving potential
students and SARDOs in exhibiting skills and
abilities in sports, culture and arts.

Strategy 11: Establishing the school career
guidance among the graduating fourth year/junior
students in school to encourage them for career
roles in life

Strategy 12: Utilization of stakeholder’s fund-
drive donations complicated with the school
MOOE for priority projects and programs




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