PNS Hinirang na “Best Implementing School” para sa Brigada Eskwela 2021

PNS Hinirang na “Best Implementing School” para sa Brigada Eskwela 2021

Sa ginanap na MIMAROPArangal: Sinag Kahusayan Awarding Ceremonies ay iginawad sa Pambansang Paaralan ng Palawan ang kampeonato sa titulong “Best Implementing School para sa Brigada Eskwela 2021.” Nanguna sa katergoryang Mega School ang PNS sa lahat ng mga paaralang nominado sa buong rehiyon ng MIMAROPA.

Nakuha din ng PNS ang ilang espesyal na parangal tulad ng “Most Prepared School” at “Best Partnership Engagement Activity.”

Tinanggap ang mga tropeyo at sertipiko ni Dr. Eduardo G. Santos, Punong-guro IV ng PNS sa Lungsod ng Tagaytay, Marso 23, 2022.

Ang nasabing parangal ay kaugnay ng School-Based Management at Brigada Eskwela na isang community partnership activity ng mga paaralan sa ilalim ng DepEd.

Masaya ang buong komunidad ng PNS sa isa na namang pagkilala sa mahusay na ugnayan ng paaralan at iba’t ibang stakeholders.

Congratulations, Ang Bagong PNS! Tunay kang Number 1!

Larawan kuha ni: Ronnie Caralipio

PNS welcomes 1st batch of limited F2F students

PNS welcomes 1st batch of limited F2F students

PUERTO PRINCESA CITY — Palawan National School (PNS) gave a festive welcome to the first batch of students, particularly 54 Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) – Information and Communications Technology (ICT) students, as the school reopened for the pilot implementation of the limited face-to-face classes, March 21. 

PNS was poised to conduct in-person classes after complying with the Department of Education’s (DepEd) standards and garnering a “Very Much Ready” rating during the previous week’s validation. 

The school is also expected to welcome Special Education (SPED), Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM), Special Program in the Arts (SPA), Special Program in Sports (SPS), Science, Technology, and Engineering (STE), and Special Program in Foreign Language (SPFL) for in-person attendance starting March 28. 

PNS is one of the public and private schools set to reopen under the country-wide implementation of the expanded limited in-person classes after a two-year layoff amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photo courtesy: Alexis Diosaban
‘VERY MUCH READY’ DepEd OKs PNS bid for limited F2F classes

‘VERY MUCH READY’ DepEd OKs PNS bid for limited F2F classes

The Department of Education (DepEd) MIMAROPA gave Palawan National School (PNS) a score of 4.67, which is equivalent to “very much ready,” in its bid to start offering limited face-to-face classes. 

Personnel from the DepEd Regional Office announced the results of the assessment of 16 Puerto Princesa public and private schools during the Regional Monitoring of School Readiness for the Expanded Implementation of Limited Face-to-Face Classes Exit Conference at PNS Gymnasium, March 16. 

PNS garnered a “Very Much Ready” descriptive rating in respective domains based on the School Safety Assessment Tool (SSAT) used by a composite team of validators: Managing School Operations (4.83); Focusing on Teaching and Learning (4.39); Well-being and Protection (4.69); and Home-School Coordination (4.67). 

With such rating, the school has earned the eligibility to implement limited in-person learning delivery modality to its programs such as Technical-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) – Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Strand, Special Education (SPED), Special Program in the Arts (SPA), Special Program in Sports (SPS), Science, Technology, and Engineering (STE), and Special Program in Foreign Language (SPFL). 

In an interview, Dr. Eduardo G. Santos, principal of Palawan National School, mentioned the school’s plan of action such as lodging the concerns to the stakeholders with respect to careful preparations that PNS has been doing. 

“We consulted our stakeholders. We did all the necessary preparations for the face-to-face modality based on guidelines set by the DepEd. Ang teachers at students natin got their vaccines na rin. Based on those indicators and my initial assessment, we are ready to reopen.” said Dr. Eduardo G. Santos, PNS principal. 

The school administration has also mulled on ways to deal with foreseen challenges and adjustments that may come as the school opens for in-person attendance. 

“It’s really a big adjustment on the part of teachers who will handle limited F2F classes and of course on the part of the school admin because [that is] additional burden. To implement effectively, particularly the protocols means additional cost or expenses. But that’s part of the game.” Principal Santos expressed. 

The DepEd Regional Office’s assessment on schools’ readiness for in-person classes is part of the government’s move to conduct progressive expansion of face-to-face classes for both public and private schools in the country amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photo courtesy: JC Descargar

 

PNS Nakakuha ng Pinakamataas na Rating para sa Paghahanda sa Limited Face-To-Face

PNS Nakakuha ng Pinakamataas na Rating para sa Paghahanda sa Limited Face-To-Face

Tumanggap ang Palawan National School ng adjectival rating na “Very Much Ready” o may katumbas na na summary rating na 4.67, ito ang pinakamataas na marka mula sa 16 na paaralan sa lungsod ng Puerto Princesa na sumailalim sa inspeksyon ng Regional Validation Team kaugnay ng pagsasagawa ng limited face-to-face. 

Sinuri ang kahandaan at preparasyon ng PNS ayon sa tatlong areas kung saan ay nagtala ng 4.83 (VMR) para sa Area 1: Managing Schools Operations; 4.39 (VMR) para sa Area 2: Teaching and Learning; at 4.69 (VMR) para sa Area 3: Wellbeing protection and homeschooling coordination.

Sa ginanap na exit conference na dinaluhan ng composite team sa pangunguna ni Dr. Nicholas T. Capulong, Director VI, CESO III, ay binati niya at pinasalamatan ang mga lumahok na paaralan at prinsipal. Hinihimok rin niyang maaari nang magpatuloy sa aktwal na limited face-to-face ang mga nasabing paaralan simula sa susunod na linggo (Marso 21, 2022).

Masaya ang buong pamunuan ng PNS sa magandang resulta ng isinagawang balidasyon. Congratulations, PNS! 

 

 

Photo courtesy: Archie Barone

 

Photo courtesy: Jen Acuna

 

Photo courtesy: Jen Acuna

 

Photo courtesy: Toddy Aquino

 

Photo courtesy: Archie Barone

 

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Photo courtesy: Jen Acuna

 

Photo courtesy: Toddy Aquino

 

Photo courtesy: Toddy Aquino

 

Photo courtesy: Toddy Aquino

 

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Photo courtesy: Archie Barone

 

Photo courtesy: Archie Barone

 

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Project PNS: Planning, Networking, and Services

Project PNS: Planning, Networking, and Services

The Palawan National School celebrated another Gender and Development (GAD) virtual activity on October 28, 2021, hosted by the two SHS teachers Mr. Archie Barone and Miss Carmencita Daculap with the theme: “Project PNS: Planning, Networking, and Services”. The speakers of the said webinar are both working at Palawan State University. Chef Melissa Grace C. Olit discussed the “Gender Equality in Community Volunteerism” that made the audience learn the significance of volunteerism, and Professor Frances Muriel L. Tuquero shared the “The Essence of Community Service”.

Community service is unpaid work performed by a person or a group of people for the benefit and betterment of the community without any form of compensation. The speakers shared their knowledge and skills to an audience of approximately 300 including the faculty and staff of the said school. Furthermore, the two virtual speakers shared their expertise about the essence of volunteerism and services to the viewers. They expressed themselves how they truly put effort, love, and passion in order to help the students and the people most especially those who are really in need. By working together, better results follow. According to the quote of Mother Theresa, “Not all of us can do great things, but we can do small things with great love.” When we do small things with love and passion it would surely touch and change other people’s lives.

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