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  Good morning everyone!I thank this opportunity to present the SBM best practices of Digos City National HighSchool headed by Datu Roger A. Manapol, Doctor of Education, Secondary SchoolPrincipal IV.I would like to give emphasis on the following best practices: A)Education for All With the leadership and initiative of the School Principal, the school has seen atremendous progress, the opening of extension schools and annexes has becomepossible. It gave birth to 7 (seven) extensions and annexes, three of which were alreadyindependent. These extensions and annexes positively decreased the population of Digos City National High School Main Campus since students from distant and nearbybarangays are already catered. Eventually the Digos City National High School receivedan excellent award in Project implementation for Social Development. This award isgiven to Digos City National High School by the Regional Development Council in theyear 2015. This program has accorded students from different barangays the opportunity to accessquality secondary education. B)Strong Linkages with the following donations from Province and Congress: 1)Technical Vocational Laboratory from the Congress worth 1.5 million2)Two story STEM building from the Congress worth 18 million with fence worth3 million3)Two storey SPA/SPS building from the Congress worth 40 million4)Gymnasium worth5)Transformer from the Province worth 500,0006)School bus from the Province worth 5 million7)Upcoming 4 storey building from the Congress worth 40 millionThese facilities improve the teaching, learning environment and studentachievement. Higher grades have been associated with the design and conditionof school facilities . C)Modified Alternative Delivery Module (ADM) for Children in Conflict with theSchool Policy  It was recorded that students involved in cases like intoxicating substances,bullying and violence, gambling come from broken families, with single parent,and they are even abandoned children. If not properly attended, these studentswill probably become hardened criminals who might cause problems to thesociety. The students who were classified to this program were required to report for noless than four hours of instruction and activity every Saturday. Short programsuch as talent showcase usually starts their day, and is followed by personalityprocessing, confidence building, values clarification, spiritual enrichment,nutrition, and hygiene improvement.It has been noted that students in this scheme have significantly shown positive behavior with increased interest in schooling. Such program is spearheaded by the Guidance Office and Values Department. D)Zero Trash Hour  Zero Trash Hour is a crusade to mitigate the school’s problem on solid wastemanagement, thereby maintaining a conducive learning environment.Every Monday and Friday, a thirty-minute cleaning activity is allocated by eachsection during adviser’s period. A simultaneous trash picking, ground cleaning,classroom beautification and structuring, waste disposal are among the activities duringthe Zero Trash Hour.Each section is assigned to a specific area in the campus where teachers andstudents work hand in hand to maintain the cleanliness of the assigned area.This project has positively developed students’ as well as teachers’ awareness onenvironmental care, as this fosters the values of discipline and perseverance. This program includes SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TRAINING ON FLORAL ARRANGEMENT CUM ENTREPRENEURIAL MINDSET CONDUCTED LAST AUGUST5-6, 2017. Upcoming activity will be the SKILLS DEVELOPMENT SUMMIT 2017WHICH INCLUDES TABLE SKIRTING, TABLE SET UP/ APPOINTMENT (Fine Dining).  TABLE ETIQUETTE, EVENTS ORGANISING, PUBLIC SPEAKING, FLORAL ARRANGEMENT, DISH GARDENING AND HOSTING. Other accomplished activitiesunder this program were the following: 4:30 clean up crusade and regular oplankasilyas. E)MASTER TEACHERS’ GUILD The master teachers guild was composed of 16 Master Teachers and wereorganized to monitor mainly the Mean Percentage Score of the eight subjectsevery quarter and at the same time conduct research related to academics. F)School’s Chapel In chapel students heard a homily from the chaplain, their teachers, or their classmates, they enjoyed a musical or artistic offering, theycelebrated the life of a saint, they engaged in a time of quietcontemplation, or have an opportunity to learn about and experienceanother faith tradition. Students are given the opportunity to serve asreaders, and chapel musicians, served on leadership teams that helpshape the chapel program. Project RAM (Read and Master) The yearly conduct of oral reading survey in all English classes from Grades 7 to10 has led to the birth of Project RAM. English teachers who are assigned as ReadingTeachers conduct remediation to students whose estimated reading levels are fromprimer to Grade 3 on daily basis or depending on the level.Students’ reading level is expected to improve through this project.  School Governing Council The School Governing Council is composed of the Principal, Department Heads, Administrative Officer, Section heads, PTA President, SSG President, Barangay  Captain, and other Stakeholders. Council Meeting is held every Monday as means of updating and planning for future direction. This has empowered school stakeholders to take part in planning and designingprograms for students’ development. G) BRIGADA ESKWELA 2017The Brigada Eskwela 2017 was participated by 10,000 stakeholders witha total of P2,000,000.00 worth of donations both cash and in kind.Highlights of the brigada were the following advocacies: REDCROSSSERVICES AND VOLUNTEER PROGRAM, PUBLIC ATTORNEYSOFFICE FOR FREE LEGAL SERVICES, DISTRIBUTION OF ANTIMOSQUITO INSECTICIDES BY SUNGA HOSPITAL, ENVIROMENTAL AWARENESS-SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BY DENR, CENRO ANDPENRO, PROGRAMS FOR INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, AND FINANCIALLITERACY BY BPI, AUB AND USPD. A summary of these practices will be viewed through audio visual presentation. Thank you!
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