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SDS Talavera strengthens partnership with stakeholders SDO-Tayabas bares plans to educational success

“We should strengthen our partnership in the community. Rest assured that DepEd Tayabas will support the different projects of the community and we also hope that parents, barangay captain, stakeholders, and other members of the community will also help in attaining the goals of the division,” said Dr. Catherine P. Talavera, Schools Division Superintendent, during the Division Education Summit last March 30.

Held at Tayabas East Central School – III covered court, the event themed, “Pagsibol ng Binhi ng Pagkakaisa,” laid out the overall goals and strategies of the City Schools Division of Tayabas and its schools to the stakeholders of the community.

Present on the occasion were the school heads from primary and secondary schools, and stakeholders consisting of officials from the Local Government Unit (LGU), student officers, barangay captains, and private citizens who expressed sustenance to the causes of the division and projects of their schools.

To affirm the general support of LGU-Tayabas, Hon. Ernida A. Reynoso, City Mayor, stated the goals and projects of the city government in improving the quality of education to various educational institutions around the city.

Moreover, Reynoso brought out the recent development about the creation of Southern Luzon State University (SLSU) of the 21st Century which was planned to be erected in Tayabas.

On the other hand, Edwin Paul Navarro, OIC-ASDS, presented the general profile and statistics of the division in terms of number of public and private schools, enrolment per school year, completion rate, and allocation of division funds (MOOE), among others.

After the presentation of the aforementioned data, Dr. Talavera then laid out the division strategic directions in which goals and their specific strategies were discussed to the participants of the said event.

The goals included building healthy schools to support academic success and school attendance and improving learning outcomes of students.

Based on these goals, the SDS also pointed out strategies as key for attainment which comprised of various actions such as establishment of Health Action Team (HAT), healthy learning environment, and access to health services.

Moreover, she also indicated the development of teachers’ competencies, and curriculum implementation as key solutions in improving learning process and providing inclusive education.

Dr. Talavera also stressed the Association of Southeast Asian National (ASEAN) Integration and the necessity to prepare the Tayabense youths in competing with other nations and landing jobs in other countries, specifically in the neighboring countries

“Kailangan ang ating mga kabataan [ay] maging handa dito para makakuha sila ng trabaho kahit saan nila gusto,” she reiterated.

With this, Dr. Talavera specified the creation of more jobs with emphasis on employment generated from Technology-Vocational courses.

“We are also trying to prepare our parents in these transformations, for them to be enlightened on what will come to our education and its effects to their children who are our students,” exclaimed Dr. Talavera, pointing out the vital participation of parents in the learning process and educational changes faced by their children.

After presenting the division goals and strategies, participants of the summit were encouraged to take part in the open forum and voice out their opinions, queries, and needs.

Some of the concerns highlighted during the forum were enrolment of out of school youths, constraints in birth certificate, child mapping, education for all, and the creation of Dapdap Integrated School.

On the other hand, a pledge of oath was signed by participants in the said event, sealing their allegiance to the goals of DepEd Tayabas and solidarity in meeting these visions.

According to Dr. Talavera, the said projects are expected to kick off by June which is the start of the School Year 2017-2018.

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