Special Science Elementary School (SSES)
an educational intervention designed to develop children who have keen interest and exceptional abilities in Science and Mathematics

SSES SCHOOLS

DivisionSchoolAllocation
1. CagayanEnrile North C/S
354,923.00
Malabbac E/S
354,923.00
2. IsabelaCabagan Science E/S
354,923.00
3. Santiago CitySantiago West C/S
354,923.00
4. Tuguegarao CityTuguegarao West C/S
354,923.00
TOTAL1,774,615.00

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Conduct of investigatory projects and student researches relative to the program;
  • Participation of pupils in development activities such as leadership training workshops, seminars and conferences related to the program
  • Professional training and development of teachers and school heads including participation in program related seminars, conferences and workshops;
  • Purchase of assessment materials and payment for services of psychologist and psychometricians in the screening and identification of entrants; and
  • Minor repair and maintenance of facilities and devices such as science model apparatuses, scientific tools and equipment.
Special Education (SPED)
a program for learners with special needs and disabilities including those who are gifted and talented in the elementary level

SPED Elementary Schools

DivisionSchool/SPED CenterPhysical TargetAllocation
CagayanAparri East C/S561448,800.00
Sto. Nino C/S568454,400.00
Cauayan CityCauayan South C/S530424,000.00
Ilagan CityIlgan East C/S584467,200.00
Ilagan South C/S521416,800.00
IsabelaSan Mariano C/S597477,600.00
Nueva VizcayaBayombong C/S537429,600.00
Bambang C/S569455,200.00
Solano East C/S554443,200.00
Villaverde C/S569455,200.00
QuirinoCabarroguis C/S570456,500.00
Diffun C/S565452,000.00
Santiago CitySantiago North C/S575460,000.00
Tuguegarao CityTuguegarao East /662529,600.00
Tuguegarao West C/S569455,200.00
Tuguegarao NorthC/S575460,000.00
Cataggaman E/S658526,400.00
BatanesBasco Central School423338,400.00
Total10,1878,149,600.00

SPED Secondary Schools

DivisionSchoolAllocation
QuirinoAglipay NHS86,112.00
Dibibi IS86,112.00
Nagtipunan NHS86,112.00
Burgos NHS86,112.00
Nueva VizcayaBambang NHS86,112.00
Solano HS86,112.00
Aritao NHS86,112.00
Cauayan CityCauayan City NHS86,112.00
Santiago CitySantiago City NHS86,112.00
IsabelaRoxan NHS-Main86,112.00
Total861,120.00

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Participation of pupils/students in development activities such as training, camp activities, sports and other SPED-related activities
  • Implementation of the Transition Program
  • Professional training and development of teachers and school heads including participation in program related seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Purchase of psychological and other assessment tests and payment for services of psychologist and psychometricians in the screening and identification of entrants
Regional Science High School (RSHS)
a program aimed to strengthen Science and Mathematics education by offering an accelerated curriculum on science and mathematics, information and technology, with required courses and a wide selection of electives, and opportunities for independent student research.

RSHS School

DivisionSchoolAllocation
IsabelaRegional Science High School1,944,000.00

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Conduct of investigatory projects and student researches relative to the program including payment of supplies, laboratory test, rentals of equipment, spaces and transportation
  • Participation of students in development activities such as Science and Math, Competition, training, workshops, and other program related seminars and conferences
  • Professional training and development of Science and Mathematics teachers and school heads including participation in related seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Minor repair and maintenance of science laboratories and existing science equipment
Science, Technology, and Engineering Program (STE)
a program designed to strengthen Science and Math Education delivered through special science classes in selected secondary schools nationwide.

STE Schools

DivisionName of SchoolAllocation
BatanesBatanes Science HS268,000.00
CagayanAbulug School of Fisheries268,000.00
CagayanCamalaniugan NHS268,000.00
Ilagan CityIsabela National HS268,000.00
IsabelaSan Isidro National HS268,000.00
IsabelaLuna National HS268,000.00
IsabelaDona Aurora National HS268,000.00
Nueva VizcayaNueva Viz. Gen. Comp. HS268,000.00
Nueva VizcayaDupax del Norte National HS268,000.00
QuirinoQuirino General HS268,000.00
Cauayan CityCauayan City National HS268,000.00
Santiago CitySantiago City National HS268,000.00
Tuguegarao CityCagayan National HS268,000.00
Total3,484,000.00

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Conduct of investigatory projects and student researches relative to the program including payment of supplies, laboratory test, rentals of equipment, spaces and transportation
  • Participation of students in development activities such as Science and Math, Competition, training, workshops, and other program related seminars and conferences
  • Professional training and development of Science and Mathematics teachers and school heads including participation in related seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Minor repair and maintenance of science laboratories and existing science equipment
Special Program for the Arts
a nationwide program for secondary students with potential and talents in the arts namely: Music, Visual Arts, Theater Arts, Media Arts, Creative Writing and Dance.

SPA Schools

DivisionSchoolAllocation
Tuguegarao CityCagayan National High School0
CagayanLallo National HS0
CagayanLyceum of Aparri0
Cauayan CityCauayan City NHS500,000.00
IsabelaDona Aurora NHS0
IsabelaCabatuan NHS0
City of IlaganIsabela NHS0
Nueva VizcayaNueva Vizcaya GCHS0
Nueva VizcayaBambang NHS0
QuirinoMaddela CHS 0

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Students development activities such as participation in DepEd-approved festivals and competitions
  • Professional training and development of teachers and school heads including participation in Arts-related seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Purchase of supplies related to arts including costumes/uniform in the different art areas
Special Program for Sports (SPS)
a program aimed to address the needs of secondary students with potential/talents in sports namely: Archery, Arnis, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Baseball, Chess, Football, Gymnastics, Sepak Takkraw, Softball, Swimming, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Tennis and Volleyball

SPS Schools

DivisionSchoolAllocation
Tuguegarao CityCagayan National High School0
CagayanWestern Cagayan School of Arts & Trade500,000.00
Cauayan CityCauayan City National High School0
IsabelaAlicia NHS0

Eligible Activities and Expenses

  • Students development activities such as participation in DepEd-approved festivals and competitions
  • Professional training and development of teachers and school heads including participation in Sports-related seminars, conferences and workshops
  • Purchase of supplies related to arts and sports including costumes/uniform in the different art areas
Every Child A Reader Program (ECARP)
Early Language, Literacy And Numeracy Program.
The Program will develop in Filipino children literacy and numeracy skills and attitudes that will contribute to lifelong learning. More specifically, it aims to improve reading and numeracy skills of Kinder to Grade 3 pupils, following the K to 12 Basic Education Curriculum, and establish a sustainable and cost-effective professional development system for teachers

Components of early language, literacy and numeracy program

  1. establishment of baseline data (e.g., teacher and pupils’ profile, language used by learners, existing and functional reading and numeracy program, and support mechanisms at the ground level)
  2. materials development
  3. development of classroom-based (formative) assessment protocol for literacy and numeracy skills
  4. professional development of teachers and school heads
Number of ParticipantsTraining Cost (1,100/pax/per day for 10 days)
DivisionDistrictSchool HeadsTeachers/ MentorsTotal2014 Funds2015 FundsTotal
6 x 5 = 30421001002721,100,000.001,892,000.002,992,000.00
Multigrade Program in Philippine Education (MPPE)
plays a significant role in improving the quality of educational services and learning outcomes of learners specifically in remote and underserved rural communities of the country.

MPPE Allocation

DIVISIONNTOTDTOTTotal
TrainerAmountPhysical TargetAmount
Regional Office217000
BATANES185001199,326.48103,595.89
CAGAYAN108500023822,149,063.932,241,438.36
CAUAYAN CITY1850021189,623.29197,773.97
ISABELA171445004003,611,872.643,376,123.29
NUEVA VIZCAYA5425001201,083,561.641,130,136.99
QUIRINO43400086776,552.51809,931.59
TOTAL403400008767,910,000.008,250,000.00
Source: DO 30, s. 2014, p.5
Madrasah Education Program (MEP)
aims to provide the Muslim learners with appropriate and relevant educational opportunities through the integration of the Arabic Language and Islamic Values Education (ALIVE) program for the basic education curriculum.
MEP Allocation
 DivisionPSF
(SDOs 15 Learners)
Asatidz’ AllowanceTotal
RO (1-5 Classes)100,000.000100,000.00
Cauayan City0102,000.00102,000.00
Ilagan City50,000.00162,000.00212,000.00
Isabela50,000.00162,000.00212,000.00
Nueva Vizcaya0282,000.00282,000.00
Santiago City0162,000.00162,000.00
Tuguegarao City0162,000.00162,000.00
Total100,000.001,032,000.001,232,000.00
Source: DO 32, s. 2014, p.11
Alternative Learning System (ALS)

a parallel learning system in the Philippines that provides a practical option to the existing formal instruction. When one does not have or cannot access formal education in schools, ALS is an alternate or substitute. ALS includes both the non-formal and informal sources of knowledge and skills.

Basic Literacy Program (for illiterates)
a community-based educational program for illiterate out-of-school children, youth and adults, to develop basic literacy skills.

Accreditation and Equivalency Program (for literates who have not completed ten years of basic education) – a certification of learning for out-of-school youth and adults aged 15 years old and above, who are unable to avail of the formal school system, or who have dropped out of formal elementary or secondary education.

Indigenous Peoples Education (IPED)
aims to improve the appropriateness and responsiveness of the curriculum; build the capacity of teachers, managers and concerned personnel; support the development of culturally appropriate learning resources and learning environment and strengthen the policy environment supportive of IPED. It is, likewise, intended to address the learning needs of IP learners who lack access to basic education services.

IPEd Allocation

DivisionAllocation
Isabela1,125,500.00
Nueva Vizcaya1,104,000.00
Quirino662,400.00
Cagayan552,800.00
Batanes509,400.00
City of Ilagan498,500.00
Cauayan City448,600.00
Santiago City442,500.00
Tuguegarao City439,800.00
WFP Annex 3 p. 15 Total5,783,500.00
Source: DO 4, s. 2015, p.12

Eligible Activities and Expenses
THREE THEMATIC FOCUS AREAS

  • Curriculum and learning resource development
  • Capacity building
  • Education planning for IPED
Abot-Alam Program
a nationwide convergence program of various national government agencies and non-government organizations and institutions under the leadership of the Department of Education (DepEd) and the National Youth Commission (NYC) with the vision of helping our out-of-school youth (OSY) through opportunities for education, entrepreneurship, and employment

CONSORTIUM composed of:

  1. DA
  2. DAR
  3. DENR
  4. DOH
  5. DILG
  6. DOST
  7. DSWD
  8. AFP
  9. CHED
  10. TESDA
  11. NEDA
  12. AFP
  13. PCUP

Eligible Activities and Expenses

ComponentActivitiesExpensesResponsible office
Advocacy and Social MobilizationConduct of advocacy and social mobilization activitiesSupplies, Transportation expenses, Representation and Meals, Rent (venue, Equipment), Reproduction expenses, training kitsRegional and Division Office
Development and printing of advocacy materialsSupplies, printing and reproduction expenses
Deployment of TeachersProvision of teaching aid and transportation allowancesallowancesDivision Office
Capacity building of teachersTraining of teachers on the Abot-Alam Program and on ALSSupplies, Transportation expenses, Representation and Meals, Rent (venue, Equipment), Reproduction expenses, training kits
Monitoring and EvaluationConduct of M&E and provision of technical assistance to the DOs for ROs and to CLCs and ALS teachers for DOsSupplies, Transportation expenses, Representation and Meals, Rent (venue, Equipment), Reproduction expenses, training kitsRegional and Division Office
Strengthen Technical Vocational Education Program (STVEP)
Designed to equip the tech-voc high school students with relevant competencies which will prepare them for higher education, world of work and entrepreneurial opportunities.

STVEP PSF Allocation

DivisionNo of SchoolsTEV & Per DiemSupplies & MaterialsOther Relevant Operation ExpensesTOTAL
AdvocacyPartnershipProfiling
Batanes26,400.002,400.0012,800.0012,800.002,000.0036,400.00
Cagayan2064,000.0024,000.00128,000.00128,000.0020,000.00364,000.00
Isabela825,600.009,600,0051,200.0051,200.008,000.00145,600.00
Ilagan26,400.002,400.0012,800.0012,800.002,000.0036,400.00
Quirino132001,200.006,400.006,400.001,000.0018,200.00
Nueva Vizcaya13,200.001,200.006,400.006,400.001,000.0018,200.00
TOTAL34108,800.0040,800.00217,600.00217,600.0034,000.00618,800.00
Source: DO 24 s. 2014 pg. 8
Special Program for Foreign Language (SPF)
Provides opportunities for learning and using Spanish as the second language in a variety of contexts and developing understanding and appreciation of other people’s culture.

Division Implementing School
Cagayan Lemu NHS
Santiago City Santiago City NHS
Tuguegarao City Cagayan NHS
Special Program in Journalism (SPJ)
To tap and polish to the fullest God given talent of young writers in the field of journalism maximizing such talent to become most responsible journalists, a potent force affecting change for better and best of the society.

Division Implementing School
Cagayan Don Mariano Marcos NHS