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  Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Region IV-A CALABARZON Division of Cavite NOVELETA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL San Rafael II, Noveleta, Cavite ACTION PLAN of YES-O Club (YOUTH for ENVIRONMENT in SCHOOLS ORGANIZATION) S.Y. 2019-2020   OBJECTIVES PROJECTS/ ACTIVITIES STRATEGIES PERSONS INVOLVED TARGET DATE NEEDED MATERIALS EXPECTED OUTPUT To help maintain cleanliness of the school pathway Pathway Clean-up Clean the pathway thoroughlyfrom the gate of NNHS to the bus stop area YES-O Club officers and members Once a week Cleaning materials Litter-free  pathway -To promote and implement litter-free school; and, -Promote segregation of wastes inside the classrooms Litter-Free School 1.Awaken the sense of responsibility and accountability on environmental issues and campaign against littering by showing a short video film produced by YES-O Club. 2.Encourage each student to make a note of pledge and commitment to help in the  preservation and protection of our environment. Each class is expected to make a collage of their notes and display in their respective rooms. The collage will remind them of their pledges and help them continue on their good deeds for the environment. 3.Encourage students to use their own drinking glass or jug to buy water in the canteen instead of buying bottled water. Canteen should serve/sell drinking water to students using their own drinking glass or jug. 4.Monitor classrooms and corridors every day. 5.Shoot or capture pictures of school areas  before, during, and after the campaign. YES-O Club officers and members October Video camera, downloaded video clips TV, stick note paper, cartolina Litter-free stairways and corridors; collage of notes  per section To promote litter free zone (school) Cleanest Zone Competition 1.Announce the start of contest. 2.Give a copy of the mechanics. 3.Awarding of the Cleanest Room and the Cleanest Zone (Grade level) All sections Monthly (October   –   March) Cash prizes/tokens for the winners Litter-free classrooms    Prepared by: Checked by: Approved by: Noted by: CLARENCE V. BAUTISTA GERALDINE D. ROSALES ROSEMARI E A. ABUTIN ARNEL P. ZAPANTA, Ed.D YES-O President YES-O Adviser Head Teacher III PSDS/Principal-OIC To help maintain cleanliness inside and outside of the school  premises YES-O Club Identification Pins 1.Collect membership fee. 2.Members should wear the YES-O pins everyday as they join in the “litter  -free campaign” to serve as a good example by initiating in picking up any litter wherever there is litter inside and outside of the school premises. 2. Monitor cleanliness along the corridors and stairs. YES-O officers and members All school year round Personalized  pins/Identification pins for YES-O members Monetary fund   To fund and sustain YES-O  projects Collection of Recyclable materials Sell the collected recyclable materials to  junk shop. All advisers All school year round Waste baskets/boxes for segregation, labels (bottles, paper, iodegradable, plastics) Monetary fund   - To convert school  biodegradable wastes into compost; and, - To fund and sustain YES-O  projects Vegetable/ Fruit Garden Grow vegetables/fruits for commercial YES-O Officers and members October Planting area, vegetable seedlings, compost (Collected iodegradable wastes) Crops and  produce to be sold for raising funds   To help T.I.P. community clean coastal area Coastal Clean-up 1.Prior to the schedule, make a letter of request and approval from the Barangay Captain. 2. Divide the area to be cleaned by marking each with flags. 2.Clean the coastal area by groups. YES-O Club officers and members, teachers, and classroom officers October & January (weekend/ holiday) Cleaning materials (trash bags, gloves, rake, broom stick, dust  pan) Litter-free coastal area   To help reduce greenhouse gasses and fight climate change; improve the quality of the natural environment; and, attract more wildlife Tree Planting 1.Prior to the schedule, make a letter of request and approval from the Barangay Captain. 2. Teach the students some tips on how to  plant a tree properly. 3. Plant the trees within the designated area. 3. Visit the area once a month. YES-O Club officers and members  November (weekend/ holiday) Seedlings, shovel, compost, tree guard, ater Grown up trees
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