Tropical Village National High School Holds Third Quarter SMEA

If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.” – Henry Ford

Tropical Village National High School held its third quarter School, Monitoring, Evaluation, and Adjustment (SMEA) for the school year 2022–2023.

The program’s primary topics included the school projects under Quality: Project SINULID STAR, SINULID SIKAP, Project Back to Square One, Least-Mastered Competencies, followed by the areas of concern under ACCESS: Enrollment, SARDOs, EQUITY which includes LWDs, Madrasah Program, Resiliency and Well-being: SDRRM,as well as activitIes under Governance: Teacher’s Development Needs, and Learning Resources as well as the donations received by the school.

During the discussion, Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, who is in charge of the school, and Mr. Rogin O. Contemprato, who is in charge of PSDS-Cluster 10, made important recommendations to enhance the projects and activities going on in the school. Also, the School Governance Council (SGC) officers said they fully supported the school’s plans and actions.

SMEA is conducted to assess, monitor, evaluate, and offer strategic interventions to help Tropicalian learners get a basic quality education and bridge the gaps caused by the pandemic.

WATCH: Highlights of Third Quarter – School Monitoring, Evaluation and Adjustment (SMEA) for S.Y. 2022-2023



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