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BRIGADA ESKWELA

1.  Impact of Accomplishments in Making Learning Happen

1.1 Scope

The beneficiaries of this project were the students of Parañaque National High School – Baclaran. The donation drive started from June 2020 – December 2020.

1.2 Replicability of the Program/Project/Activity

This program of the Brigada Eskwela was named “Gadget Mo para sa Kinabukasan Ko”. It is a program where stakeholders will donate gadgets to poor but deserving students of Parañaque National High School – Baclaran.

The objective of the Gadget Drive was to provide the poor but deserving learners of PNHS-Baclaran with a gadget that would aid them in their studies. This project could be replicated for the following year until the objective of the project would be successfully achieved.

1.3 Number of people, office benefitted, and transactions facilitated.

The total of gadgets received from the stakeholder is 72, including 28 smartphones, 42 tablets, and 2 laptops.

GADGETS RECEIVED

SMARTPHONES

28

TABLETS

42

LAPTOPS

2

Total

72

Seventy-two students of Parañaque National High School – Baclaran received the gadgets from our stakeholders.

1.4 Level of attainment per identified performance indicator

This project deserves a rating of 5 because despite the pandemic, still, there were generous people who chose to help our deserving learners.  It is a known fact that everyone is affected by the pandemic and people have their own needs, but PNHS Baclaran is grateful to raise 72 gadgets for the learners

GULAYAN SA PAARALAN

I. INTRODUCTION

             As part of the implementation of DepEd Memorandum No. 293, s. 2007, Paraǹaque

National High School-Baclaran launched its implementation of Gulayan sa Paaralan on January 24, 2020. Our school has been very active in supporting this school greening campaign by giving budget from school MOOE to the creation of a committee to implement this project.

             It encourages and promotes the students to plant green leafy vegetables to fruit-bearing trees. We allow them to bring their seedlings and plants from their homes to replant and cultivate them to the open spaces in the school. Some donated seeds and seedlings, while others brought their recyclable materials from home like empty water containers and old vehicle tires.

             We planted other kinds of vegetables and fruit-bearing trees like bitter gourd (ampalaya), string beans (sitaw), okra, tomatoes, coffee tree, avocado, banana, and mango trees.

II. OBJECTIVES

  • To promote food security in school and communities
  • To encourage students’ consciousness on the importance of vegetables, plants, and trees in the society
  • To serve as a good simulating activity to the students where they can learn leadership and render good service

III. ACCOMPLISHMENT

     PRE-IMPLEMENTATION PHASE

  • Some selected students from Grade 7 and CIC officers led to having a plot where they could plant
  • The school allotted budget from MOOE and school canteen fund
  • Encouraged every student from different grade levels to cooperate and share on the reproduction of seeds and seedlings of vegetables and fruit-bearing trees
  • Revived abandoned fishpond to promote beauty and cleanliness
  • Conducted clean-up drive as a signal on the implementation of school-greening program drive

IV. NARRATIVE

Paranaque National High School -Baclaran (PNHS-Baclaran) successfully launched the Vegetable Growing and Tree Planting Activity 2020 on January 24, 2020.

PNHS-Baclaran teachers, non-teaching personnel, administrators, SPTA officers, and selected students joined hands on January 24, 2020 in launching the Vegetable and Tree Planting Activity. The brainchild of our principal, Dr. Gerry C. Catchillar, who is not only known for being organized and systematic but also for his love of plants, cleanliness, and order. The said activity was in support to the government’s effort to mitigate climate change and promote food security in schools and uphold consciousness among government employees and students. Mr. Jessie B. Laurea, PNHS-BFEA Vice President, served as the in-charge of the event with the help of the Technical Working Group.

Each section (from Grade 7-12) planted one (1) tree seedling and two (2) vegetable seedlings while every department (teaching), including the non-teaching personnel, planted two (2) tree seedlings. In addition, the participants placed bamboo enclosures to protect the plants. Moreover, the Supreme Student Government (SSG) prepared color-coded flag marks and put them beside the plants.

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