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Senior High School Preparations Report. [NAME OF REGION/DIVISION]. Notes for SHS Preparations. Reports & plans must be evidence-based Use the projection tools and maps SHS Preparations must fit strategic and operational plans of the Region/Division

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Senior High School

Preparations Report

[NAME OF REGION/DIVISION]

notes for shs preparations
Notes for SHS Preparations
  • Reports & plans mustbe evidence-based
  • Use the projection tools and maps
  • SHS Preparations must fit strategic and operational plans of the Region/Division
    • Coverage for operational and strategic planning is 3-5 years
    • Strategies must be filtered and prioritized
    • Yearly requirements must be fulfilled while providing emphasis on SHS preparations
preparations and resources for shs planning
Preparations and Resources for SHS Planning
  • Download all files on http://www.tinyurl.com/SHSPlanningGuideand regularly check for updates.
  • Ensure that the region and every division has a Senior High School Implementation Team/Task Force
  • Complete all data, use the Senior High School Projections Tool, and ensure that ICT coordinators have mapped all schools.
  • Flag policy-level implications you might encounter and inform Central Office
action steps for regions divisions check shs preparations memo for more details
Action Steps for Regions & Divisions*Check SHS Preparations Memo for more details

External Assessment:

  • STEP 1: Discuss plans with LGUs and District Representatives
  • STEP 2: Meet with industries and private sector (companies, associations, committees, etc.)
  • STEP 3: Meet with your local CHED, TESDA, DOLE, and DTI counterparts
  • STEP 4: Meet with Private high schools, HEIs, SUCs, LCUs, and TVIs

Internal Assessment:

  • STEP 5: Check enrollment projections using the SHS Projections Tool
  • STEP 6: Conduct surveys among parents and students
  • STEP 7: Check existing resources and prepare all data (facilities, teachers, staff, competencies, buildable space, and potential school sites)

PlanningProper:

  • STEP 8: Based on all information, data, and directions gathered from Steps 1 to 7, determine where the division/region will offer Senior High School
how do you envision shs being implemented in your area
How do you envision SHS being implemented in your area?

Provide ideas and plans, and connect it to the Internal and External assessment your Region/Division conducted through Steps 1 to 7.

step 1 external assessment local government and district representatives
STEP 1 – External Assessment:Local Government and District Representatives

Methodology:

(How did you conduct the discussion with the stakeholders?)

Summary of Initial Results:

(What are the local officials’ development plans and directions?

How can the local officials support the learners?

What data were you able to gather from your discussions?)

step 2 external assessment industry and private sector
STEP 2 – External Assessment:Industry and Private Sector

Methodology:

(Which Industry/Private Sector players were you able to meet? How did you conduct the discussion?How responsive were they to partnering for SHS?)

Summary of Initial Results:

(What are the current and future trends? You may include charts/graphs.

What are their 5 year plans? What skills would they need?

What can they contribute to SHS implementation?)

step 3 external assessment local counterparts in agencies
STEP 3 – External Assessment:Local Counterparts in Agencies

Methodology:

(Which local counterparts did you meet? How did you conduct the discussion?)

Summary of Initial Results:

(What are their plans for SHS and K to 12 transition?

What data/studies were they able to share with you? How does this help guide your plans?

What areas/modes of collaboration have you established with the other agencies?)

step 4 external assessment education training institutions
STEP 4 – External Assessment:Education/Training Institutions

Methodology:

(Which education/training institutions did you meet? How did you conduct the discussion?)

Summary of Initial Results:

(What are their plans for SHS and K to 12 transition?

What data were you able to gather about the institutions?

What is their absorptive capacity? How do they fit in your division/region’s SHS provision plan?)

step 5 internal assessment shs projections
STEP 5: Internal Assessment:SHS Projections

Insert summary figures on enrollment projections from the SHS Projections Tool

step 6 internal assessment learners and parents
STEP 6 – Internal Assessment: Learners and Parents

Methodology:

(What data on employment/trends were you able to share with the learners and parents? How did you conduct the surveys, FGDs, or other methodologies with the learners and parents?)

Summary of Initial Results:

(Decision making, factors, interests, tracks, etc)

You may add charts, tables or figures.

step 7 internal assessment where are the current junior high schools
STEP 7 – Internal Assessment:Where are the current Junior High Schools?
  • Notes:
  • What are theissues that must be considered?
  • Eg. Geographical, catchment, accessibility, land, etc.
  • Insert map of current JHS sites on your Region/Division
    • You may use Google maps, Geocommons and other tools provided.
step 7 internal assessment what are our available resources
STEP 7 – Internal Assessment:What are our available resources?
  • Notes:
  • What are theissues that must be considered?
  • Eg. Geographical, catchment, accessibility, land, etc.
  • Insert data on facilities, teachers, staff, and buildable space
step 8 planning proper where are the proposed senior high schools
STEP 8 – Planning Proper:Where are the proposed Senior High Schools?
  • Notes:
  • What are theissues that must be considered?
  • Eg. Geographical
  • Insert map of planned SHS sites
    • You may use Google maps, Geocommons and other tools provided.
    • Insert details on tracks & strands for each school pinned on the map
what are the issues and scenarios you foresee
What are the issues and scenarios you foresee?

Identify challenges that will be faced by your Division/Region in SHS implementation