Appendix H

BRIGADA ESKWELA
SCHOOL ACCOMPLISHMENT REPORT
(to be accomplished by the School Head)

DIVISION: Pampanga
REGION: III
SCHOOL: San Rafael Elementary School
SCHOOL ID: 106002
SCHOOL ADDRESS: Barangay San Rafael, Guagua, Pampanga
(Please check appropriate box)
Level:
  • o Elementary
  • o High School
Type of School:
  • o Central School
  • o Non-Central School (complete)
  • o Multigrade
  • o Primary School / Incomplete
  • o Integrated School
SCHOOL HEAD: Rodolfo S. Sibug, Jr.
CONTACT NUMBER: 09277495883
PTCA PRESIDENT: Alma C. Magtoto
CONTACT NUMBER: 09286694219




A. SCOPE OF REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE WORK COMPLETED (Please check appropriate column)


What was done?


Repaired
Repainted
Replaced
Others
(Brief Description)
1
Roofs

/

New
2
Ceilings

/

new
3
Walls
/



4
Windows and Doors
/
/


5
Chairs/Desks, Tables, and Blackboards
/
/


6
Comfort Rooms



New
7
Leaking Pipes




8
School Grounds/Landscaping



upgraded
9
School Signs

/


10
Others (specify) steel railings



New













B. DONATIONS / MATERIAL RESOURCES GENERATED (Use separate sheets, if needed)

Type of Donations
Source
Estimated Cost

Repair materials
Stakeholders
P 40 671.00

Earth filling (15 dump trucks)
LGU
P 33 000.00

food
Barangay
P 5 200.00

School Materials

P 18 000.00














TOTAL
P 96 871.00


C. VOLUNTEER SERVICES

Type of Volunteer
Name of Individuals/ Organization
(Use separate sheets, if needed)
Number of Volunteers

Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Total

1. PTCA Members
Prepared sheet
4
4
4
4
4
4
24

2. Barangay Officials

3
3
3
3
8
8
28

3. Municipal/City Government Officials

0
3
0
0
0
0
3

4. Provincial Government Officials

0
0
0
0
0
0
0

5. NGOs/Civic Organizations
ABS CBN 46
0
0
0
6
0
10
16

6. Private Citizens
MQC
25
12
10
10
8
8
73

7. Private Companies/Corp
JOLLIBEE FOODS CORPORATION
0
3
0
0
0
0
3

8. Other government offices
SK AND YOUTH GROUP
6
6
6
6
6
6
36

9. Parents

12
12
12
12
12
12
12

10. Teachers

9
9
9
9
9
9
9

11. Pupils/Students

18
18
18
18
22
22
22

12. Others: (specify)
RELIGIOUS GROUPS
0
0
0
0
9
0
9

13. Prominent Volunteers










TOTAL
77
70
62
68
78
79
434

D. ESTIMATED COST OF VOLUNTEER SERVICES RENDERED. Refer to Guide for Computing Labor Cost. (Use separate sheets, if needed)

Type of Service
Total Number of Volunteers
Total Number of Hours Rendered
Total Estimated Costs

Masonry
10
40
40 x 50= 2 000

Carpentry
12
24
24 x 75 = 1 800

Plumbing
0



Electrical/Electronic
0



Landscaping/Gardening
0



Painting
12
8
8 X 50= 400

Ordinary Labor
8



Others: Welder
0








TOTAL
42
72
4 200














D. SIGNIFICANT EVENTS / EXPERIENCES (Use separate sheets, if needed)
What happened?
Who were involved?
When?
What is/are its important contribution to the operation of the school or to the existing needs of the school?
Shortage of funds
Principal, Teachers, PTCA Officers
During the implementation of Brigade Eskwela
Completion of project













E. ISSUES AND CONCERNS (Describe briefly problems encountered and how resolved)

There was a shortage of funds during the implementation of the project. Estimated quantity of materials exceeds the actual needs. Thru the assistance given by the Barangay officials and thru the Adopt-A-School Program from Jollibee Foods Corporation, Mary the Queen Colleges, Pampanga, religious organization, youth & SK leaders, community people, teachers, PTCA and pupils realization of BE at SRES was a great success.
E. LESSONS LEARNED / BEST PRACTICES

Having a harmonious relationship and transparency among school heads, teachers, PTCA officers, LGU’s and other stakeholders is very important, so that cooperation and support will no be possible especially when problem arises. With the brigade eskwela that took place it is not only the physical features of the school was built, upgraded, repaired, renewed but the entire relationship of all stakeholders wherein the spirit of bayanihan and SBM flagship of co- ownership, cooperation and unity was truly realized.


F. SUGGESTIONS TO STRENGTHEN BRIGADA ESKWELA PROJECT (include support needed from Central, Region, and Division Office that can increase the impact of Brigada Eskwela Project in your school.) Involve the media. Media plays a pivotal role on the acceptance and commitment that stake holders can provide. Other schools can get all best practices that Brigada Eskwela can offer. Let the media people do their share for this noble endeavors.



G. EVIDENCES / ATTACHMENTS
a. Photos (before, during and after)
b. Photocopy of all completed BE Forms (check if attached)
/_ Form 01 /_ Form 05
/_ Form 02 /_ Form 06
/_ Form 03
/_ Form 04
Prepared by:

RODOLFO S. SIBUG, JR.
School Head
Date:

May 28, 2012
Submit copy of this completed form to ADOPT-A-SCHOOL PROGRAM DISTRICT COORDINATOR or District Supervisor on or before June 15.





























Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region III
Division of Pampanga
Guagua East District
SAN RAFAEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

REPORT ON BRIGADA ESKWELA 2012

Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA) focuses on specific policy actions within key reform thrusts. Specifically, key reform thrust 3 provides an increase social support to attainment of desired learning outcomes. It includes social support to learning. One can hardly expect parents and students to support good schools when they do not see the rest of society reminding them of the value and desirability of the learning that good schools realize.

One major strategies to engage all stakeholders is the holding of the brigade eskwela wherein it mobilizes all stakeholders internally and externally. Such engagement is so vital for the realization of BEC vision of providing functional literate among its product.

Campaign for the Brigada Eskwela on our modest school, San Rafael Elementary School provided an avenue for all stakeholders internally and externally the opportunity to work hand in hand all in the spirit of camaraderie, fraternity and volunteerism. The Barangay council headed by Brgy. Captain Rafael Magtoto spearheaded the charging force of bayanihan wherein he took the initiative to provide the food and meals. No body can function well without any food to consume.
Observance of the School Maintenance Week kicked off last May 21, 2012 with our able teachers and few volunteers due grace the opening program. Simple fixing of broken chairs and table took place with the assistance of some parent volunteers and incoming intermediate pupils.
With the able assistance of Mary the Queen Colleges of Pampanga, Jollibee Foods Corporation, assistance provided by the MOG PNP. 103rd Infantry Division, different religious organization, youth and the entire community spelled the big difference to make BE a great success.
Together with the hardworking teachers of San Rafael E/S, we held a dialogue to the Barangay council with the possibility of providing snacks for the continuous growing number of volunteer and the kind father of the Barangay heed to our request.
Culminating activity for the Brigada Eskwela became more colorful when media people from ABS CBN Channel 46 headed by Miss Gracie Rutao visited our school. Activities for the BE was aired by the said network.
Brigada Eskwela at San Rafael didn’t fixed only the physical features of our modest school but the relationship the harmonious, collective and connective linkages among stakeholders was reinforced. Along the way construction of physical facilities is only one way on how camaraderie and spirit of bayanihan can be realized. It so happened that that said activity served as the venue. It opened the venue for co ownership and commitment that stakeholders of the present education landscape have a unified vision and mission and that is to provide improved learning outcomes in realizing BEC objective of developing functional literate.