LCRP champions convene at Tagaytay City
The delegates of Schools Division Office-San Juan City (SDO-SJC) came in full support to the Learning Continuity and Recovery Plan (LCRP) of the region as they gathered on July 12-14, 2022 at Tagaytay Country Hotel, Silang Junction North, Tagaytay. Together with the representatives from the other 15 schools division offices of the National Capital Region, the participants listened to the critical inputs of the resource speakers for the DepEd-NCR’s Logged IN+ Blended Version 3: Phase II and presented their respective assessment data, preparations undertaken, and the proposed operational plan as a result of the activities conducted during the Phase I implementation.
The SDO-SJC comprised of the Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Cecille G. Carandang, Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Buenafe E. Sabado, the Chiefs of the Curriculum Implementation Division and the School Governance and Operations Division Dr. Helen G. Padilla and Dr. Dominique T. Rivera, the supervisors for English, Filipino, and Mathematics Ms. Marnelli B. Tolentino, Ms. Eulafel C. Pascual, and Ms. Helen S. Acedo, as well as the designated Division Statistician and data scientist, Project Development Officer Mr. Anthony James Vizmanos H. Vizmanos.
Each of the schools division brought with them a poster presentation featuring the shared vision and goals alongside the operational plan they would do to achieve their set targets. The consultants, Dr. Carlo P. Magno and Dr. Joyce F. Orillosa, along with the Regional Executives headed by the Regional Director Dr. Wilfredo E. Cabral, went around the hall for the gallery walk and gave their insights as to how else the data presentation could be improved in terms of content, articulation, and its impact to the operationalization of the LCRP.
During the plenary sessions, there were observations noted as to what the data represented and how these related to the LCRP being crafted to address the learning loss and gaps incurred at the height of the pandemic. Trends in the literacy and numeracy could be gleaned and challenged the audience to see how they could reconfigure their proposed programs to ensure that all resources would address the identified gaps and related concerns. The three priority areas on effective learning delivery, the learning and development program of the teachers as well as the budget requirements to accelerate instruction were given emphasis in the conversations that ensued following the presentations of the divisions. There was also a workshop that required the core team members to reflect on their proposed interventions and correlate it with the amount of budget allocated for the activities since the projected time frame of the recovery period covered a span of three years.
The three-day assembly ended on a positive note as the participants brought with them a sense of mission to communicate the plans to the various stakeholders and generate support for the successful implementation in the field. They will convene for the Phase III which will touch on the Monitoring and Evaluation Framework necessary to measure the gains and progress of the LCRP journey.
The following are some snapshots from the said event:
Article Written by:
Marnelli B. Tolentino
Education Program Supervisor - English