SES Brigada Eskwela 2017; An Emblem of Strong Partnership with Stakeholders
“Together, everyone achieves more.” With this in mind, the school head together with the teaching and the non – teaching personnel encourages all stake holders to contribute for the success of all the undertakings of Salapan Elementary School. Luckily, they respond positively to this call.
This year’s Brigada Eskwela is said to be an emblem of a strong partnership with the stakeholders. From day 1, May 15, 2017until May 20, 2017, the stakeholders showed support and concern to the school. They offered their time, skills, effort, and resources to ensure the readiness of the school for the opening of classes. During the kick – off ceremony, the supportive parents and the other stakeholders attended the 6 a.m. Eucharistic celebration with Monsignor Nestor Cervo as the presider. They joined the motorcade and watched the simple opening program held at the school lobby. Mrs. Vilma Padilla, the division librarian, and Barangay Kagawad Rose belle Milaor graced the occasion. The internal and the external stakeholders involved themselves actively not only during the launching of Brigada Eskwela but throughout the National Maintenance Week. They did their share of work in the different committees where they were part of. The Advocacy and Campaign Committee conducted a campaign drive in Barangay Salapan. The Resource Mobilization Committee used the social media for information dissemination. They distributed solicitation letters and contacted the alumni to generate funds which can be used for school improvement. The outcome of the “Tagumpay Mo, Ibahagi Mo” project was tracked as reflected in the Transparency Records Updates. The school received a total of P47,980.00 worth of donations in cash and P110, 775.64 in kind. One thousand, three hundred thirty- four stakeholders rendered service to the school. They helped in the cleaning, repair and maintenance work. They worked together to make the school safe and child-friendly. The Bureau of Fire Prevention (BFP) had the school inspected. The positive response of the stakeholders was really overwhelming. It is something in which the school can take pride. Thank you, stakeholders. Keep up the good work!
Article written by:
Mr. Lloyd T. Tulaylay (Salapan Elementary School, Principal I)