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A teacher’s insight on SBM Making the School-based Management Work

When something great is given, much is also expected in return. This is what sums up my learning about School Based Management (SBM).

SBM adheres to the principle of governing the school through sharing responsibilities and decision-making process by various stakeholders. It is a mechanism that mobilizes all components of the school system, tapping each of their potential and making them act for the holistic development of the school and the students.

Implementing SBM is important. This is why my journey towards SBM crafting in its first evaluation stage was a roller coaster ride.  Being part of the SBM team of San Vicente National High School was tense and stressful. There were times we thought of giving up due to the extra workload and huge expectations. However, all our dilemmas were put to rest through the dynamic and transformational leadership of our school principal, Mrs. Cristeta S. Uy. She guided us all throughout the planning stage until its implementation. She was also there during the stage where community stakeholders acted as leaders.

Then the much-awaited day came. It was on November 7, 2016 when all our programs and institutional operations were evaluated by the team led by Chief of School Governance and Operations Division Anna Lissa Banayo and composed of Ryan Race and Nida De Guzman for Curriculum and Instruction, Aileen Juaneza for Accountability and Continuous Improvement, and Venus Endozo and Claudine Dapatnapo for Management of Resources. They evaluated the school based on the merits of the presented documents following the analytical rubric provided by the SGOD.

It was an unforgettable occasion. Questions were raised and corresponding answers were provided. Tension and hope filled the air as we prayed to get 3 points per strand. Hours passed and thankfully, we received very satisfactory rating. The experience made me realize how privilege I was to be part of the team, working with wonderful people who strived to be exceptional and to contribute what they can offer to the school. It was indeed a fruitful journey with the school’s powerhouse team composed of Rowell Corcega, Bernadette Gesmundo, and Medz Rivera for Leadership and Governance, Joyce Santino, Jayzel Montejo and Rose Banzuela for Curriculum and Instruction, Everly Cusi, Ms. Carmela Felicidario and Violeta Cacao for Accountability and Continuous Improvement (CI), and for Management of Resources, Debie Montecer, Jasmine Tolentino and Resel Gallo.

The whole experience helped me to further realize that SBM is also the documentation, observation, and defense of the totality of the school’s programs, projects and activities. In general, quality education is not just manifested in adequate classrooms, 1:1 book ratio, Information and Technology integration, and even physical inputs.

Good Education for me is tapping all the school stakeholders toward working as one, moving as one, and aiming as one. Who knows perhaps in the future, our school will be awarded as the BEST SBM Implementer in CALABARZON- the Region where excellence is a culture and quality is a commitment.

Rowell P. Corcega
Teacher III, San Vicente NHS, Division of San Pablo City

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