School Safety Assessment Tool – Alapan 1 Elementary School
The Schools Division of Imus City conducted a validation process at Alapan I Elementary School to see firsthand if preparations made passed all indicators listed in the School Safety Assessment Tool for the pilot study on the limited face-to-face classes.
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The SDO validation team, headed by Assistant Division Superintendent Dr. Ivan Brian L. Inductivo visited the school on February 7 and provided technical assistance on the indicators not yet achieved by the school.
“We are here to provide technical assistance. Hindi naman para ipinpoint lahat ng kulang. Konting kembot na lang naman kayo kaya naman kayo ang mapalad na napili para sa Regional Monitoring and Validation,” said Dr. Inductivo.
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Ang pagbibigay buhay sa kwentong ito ay bahagi ng mas pinalawak na pagtuturo ng Alapan 1 Elementary School. Ginagamit ang ganitong pamamaraan bilang kampanya na bahagi ng BaBiBu at Sulong EduKalidad ng Kagawaran ng Edukasyon at Dibisyon ng Lungsod ng Imus.
Perhaps the most pressing challenges the school faces are that of ensuring that all learners become competent readers. Learners who experienced problems in reading quickly fall behind their more skilled classmates in their ability to decode and comprehend text. The initiative is in response to the rapidly changing learning environment of present and future learners and will introduce aggressive reforms to globalize the quality of basic education in the Philippines.