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SDO Lucena conducts DMEA

Schools Division of Lucena City conducted Division Monitoring and Evaluation Adjustment, 2nd Quarter (DMEA) held at Lucena City Teachers and Employees Conference Center (LCTECC) on September 19.

Speaking to the 109 participants composed of School Heads, Public Schools District Supervisors, Education Program Supervisors, Specialists, and Division Unit Head, Schools Division Superintendent Aniano M. Ogayon emphasized the primary purpose of conducting monitoring and evaluation in all Programs, Projects and Activities (PPAs) in achieving desired results in the provision of equitable access; quality and relevance; management of educational services; and transparent, ethical and accountable governance.

Division Chiefs spearheaded by Chief-SGOD Epifania F. Carandang presented the status of accomplishment of the division PPAs in terms of planning and research, education physical facilities, school management monitoring and evaluation, social mobilization and networking, human resource development, disaster risk reduction management, and medical and dental section.

Meanwhile, CID Chief Josephine T. Natividad reported the status of accomplishment of the division in terms of instructional management and curriculum implementation in all Learning Areas, Alternative Learning System, and Learning Resource Management. While, each district (North, East, West, South and Secondary) presented the District Monitoring and Evaluation Adjustment (DisMEA) report as provision for schools Technical Assistance specifically in Reading, Numeracy, Enrollment, PARDOs/SARDOs and be able to identify the schools with Low Mean Percentage School during First Quarterly Test.

Moreover, Rufo S. La Rosa, Administrative Officer V, discussed the status of accomplishment relative to human resource management, supply and records section and other issues and concerns in OSDS. Likewise, Rhea G. Mojica, Accountant III, presented the status of accomplishment of the finance section’s Key Result Areas (KRAs).

In addition, Angelo S. Villanueva, Education Program Specialist II (Monitoring & Evaluation), reiterated the objective  of the said activity on the evaluation of accomplishment relative to the implementation of basic education curriculum; make plan adjustment and effective intervention to address gaps; set directions and targets based on collective appreciation of the situation, experiences and issues aligned in the Division Education Development Plan (DEDP); and share-data driven status of the basic education in each school/district to drum up the continuous support of the stakeholders. (Angelo S. Villanueva, EPS II – M&E, SDO-Lucena City)

 

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