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In line with D.O. No. 44, s. 2010, R.A. 9155, D.O. No. 32, s. 2017, and Division Memorandum No. 461, s. 2020, Tropical Village National High School conducted a Program Implementation Review and Strategic Planning of GAD Programs, Projects, and Activities (PPAs) on July 14, 2023, at the Multi-Purpose Room, which was attended by all teaching and non-teaching personnel of the school.
The objectives of the program were to present the significant data and findings based on the key performance indicators of GAD PPAs, discuss, and evaluate the significant findings on the issues and concerns, and develop a plan for GAD PPAs for FY 2023–2024.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV, opened the PIR Strategic Planning with his opening remarks. During his opening remarks, he expressed gratitude to all of the attendees, particularly the event’s stakeholders. Mr. Alberto Añano, president of TVHOA, Mrs. Cristy Diputado, president of NKGT-KILAY, and Mrs. Mira Codilan, president of Alay Kapwa, all conveyed messages of support and gratitude to the school.
Following the support messages, a presentation and discussion of the status, hindering factors, and ways forward for the school’s four main projects, Project SAGIP-CONNECT, SINuLiD STAR, SINuLiD SIKAP, and SINuLiD Back to Square One, followed.
Ms. Jennibeth V. Ilagan, Project SAGIP-CONNECT proponent, Mrs. Jane B. Dacaymat, Project SINuLiD STAR proponent, Mrs. Emely Castro, Project SINuLiD SIKAP proponent, and Mrs. Jenilyn S. Loyola, Project Back to Square One proponent, presented and discussed in detail the data, issues, and problems they encountered during the implementation of the project, as well as the possible adjustments or the ways forward of the project for the next school year.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, School head, Mrs. Susan C. Sibulo, OIC-Head, Jessica Peñaflor, and Wafa Omar, student representatives, addressed a few suggestions, recommendations, and strategic interventions as the project proponents presented and discussed their projects.
In addition, the participants of the program witnessed the awarding of certificates to the program’s proponents for their invaluable contribution.
The program ended with the closing remarks delivered and shared by Mrs. Mariglo S. Bayot, Head Teacher III.