SDO Tayabas ManCom highlights CID feats, Chief Raymundo calls for SHs support
As the Division of Tayabas City prepares for year 2017, Imelda Raymundo, CID-CEPS, highlighted the Curriculum Implementation Division accomplishments during the Division Management Committee (ManCom) Meeting on Jan. 27 held at Kamayan sa Palaisdaan.
“Tayabas as one division is already etching its name in the region. Let us continue to support our talent and embrace the challenges raised to us by our SDS, Dr. Catherine Talavera,” Chief Raymundo said. She urged the school heads to give full support to the supervisors in different learning areas for better implementation of the curriculum.
She added, “Let us be united in our quest for quality education. Together, let us soar high for Tayabas!”
Before enumerating the countless awards of both students and teachers in the regional and national levels, Chief Raymundo presented some milestones of the CID Team focusing on research, Classroom-Based Assessment (CBA) through Balance Assessment Program for ALL Learners (BASAL) and technical assistance using Appreciative Inquiry. Then, she discussed significant matters regarding all learning areas and stressed alarming issues on reading and numeracy.
At the latter part of her talk, she commended the teachers who made exemplary contribution in the promotion of the best practices in the Division of Tayabas City through the publication of news and feature articles in the regional website. Chief Raymundo acknowledged the teachers who made advanced submission of documents to the division such as Formative Assessments Compilation and Year-End Reports.
She also congratulated Luis Palad National High School through its Principal, Dr. Gener Delos Reyes, for the commendable Lesson Exemplars produced by his English teachers from Grades 10-11 which is now distributed throughout the region.
The ManCom transpired not only to give updates but most importantly to harmonize the division and prepare it for the best programs possible. Dr. Catherine Talavera, Schools Division Superintendent, posed a greater challenge that day which was instilled in the minds of the supervisors and the whole CID family. “With a caring heart, leadership has to be you,” she remarked and that answered all the uncertainties and questions pertaining to governance, curriculum, finance and other concern on education. (Richelle F. Quintero, Education Program Supervisor –English, SDO Tayabas City)