School Improvement Plan

7953 Words Aug 31st, 2012 32 Pages
Division of City Schools
City of Muntinlupa
District of Muntinlupa

SY 2010-2013


Muntinlupa I

Division of Muntinlupa National Capital Region Division Region


Soldier’s Hills Elementary School provides basic education to children in the pre-school, primary, and intermediate grade levels. It also caters to the instructional need of the hearing and visually impaired through SPED classes handled by well-trained Special Education teacher. It also currently gives basic training in computer operation through its non-formal education program.

Strategically located near churches, residential house, SHV
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Consequently, some of the pupils help their parents earn more money by selling junks, working in nearby factories, bakeries, and cleaning backyards for a fee. In parent-teacher conferences, most parents admitted that they cannot provide instructional support for their children because they lack the necessary skill, knowledge and even the time for it. On the other hand, the remaining 10% of the pupils come from families who live in nearby village. Their parents have an average level of income. Some work as local employees while others are overseas Filipino workers. Though these parents are capable of teaching their children, only a few of them have time to spare for helping their children in studying.

In the same community where the school is located , civic organizations abound. Some of which are the Kiwanis Gold of Muntinlupa, Walkers Club of Muntinlupa, PAFVRA Ladies’ Club, 4k, rotary Club of Muntinlupa, Guardians, Mutual Homes Senior Citizens Club, Soldiers’ Hills Senior Citizens Club, and Soldier’s Hills homeowner’ Association.

The school also has established general Parents, teachers and Community Association (GPTCA) and SHES Club.

School-Community Partnership

Knowledge Channel
Rotary Internationl-Alabang
Kiwanis Club of Muntinlupa Gold
PAFVRA Ladies Club
Walkers Club International

School-community Partnership

GPTA Alumni Civic Organizations Politicians and Local Officials Suppliers Nearby
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