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Enlcosure 1 to Division Memo No. 188, s.

2015 Completion report

Republic of the Philippines


DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XII
General Santos South District
FRANCISCO ORINGO SR. ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Oringo Subd., Barangay City Heights, General Santos City

Completion Report
I.

Background and Rationale

In the midst of changing world comes serious number of disastrous and devastating
phenomenon accidents, bombings, typhoons, flashfloods, fires, and earthquakes.
Hence, it is a necessity that everybody is informed of the precautionary and safety
measures or standards during lifes catastrophic events. Aimed at instilling to pupils
knowledge on the earthquake, its cause and effect and the proper ways of dealing
with it during and after the event, Francisco Oringo Sr. Elementary School
spearheaded by the school administrator, Ma. Angelica E. Figueroa, conducted an
EARTHQUAKE DRILL last July 23, 2015. Among the activities in the said drill were as
follow:
1. Information dissemination about the causes and effect of earthquake conducted by
the advisers in their respective rooms:
2. The activity culminated with an actual earthquake drill where pupils and teachers
as well as parents, applied essential actions/safety measures during and after the
earthquake:
3. After the activity, pupils were given time to further discuss their experiences and
ask questions regarding earthquake-related incidents.
It is expected that students are now aware of immediate responses to take whenever
earthquake occurs.

II.

Objectives

The earthquake drills aim to;


1. Increase awareness of the participants to ensure the safety of occupants during
and after a damaging earthquake
2. Help community/school, disaster group design a specific response for
earthquake
3. Train participants on the proper action and response during an earthquake, and
4. Assess various elements of the response plan designed by the Disaster
Management Committee

III.

Participants

GRADE LEVEL/PARTICIPANTS
Kindergarten
Grade I
Grade II
Grade III
Grade IV
Grade V
Grade VI
Teachers
Parents
School Personnel (Canteen/Caretaker)
Grand Total
IV.

TOTAL
50
135
148
161
148
179
157
29
5
10
1022

Methodology

Prior to the drill, pupils and teachers and even parents in attendance were
instructed what to do. The community as well, were informed so not to let them
panic.
On Thursday, July 23, 2015, at exactly 9:00 oclock in the morning, everything was
smoothly done because the school children and teachers knew already what to do
based on the previous experiences.
The activity was dramatically done through our buzzer and digital camera.
In summary, drills were successful; nobody hurts because the routines were
systematic and the entire school populace was cooperative during the activity.

V.

Highlights

Highlights of the
Activity
Actual Earthquake Drill

VI.

Issues and Concern


Overlapping of
activities. Four
Teachers were on a
seminar

Agreement
Set Plan B for the
Committee-in-charge
of the activities

Recommendations

Earthquake Drill was successful, but it is recommended to formulate


Committee before the big event.

VII. Next Steps


1. Information Dissemination in our nearby community.
2. Giving of flyers
3. Posting of information about earthquake in every classrooms
VIII. Photos

Disaster Management Committee during their planning

Duck, Cover and Hold inside the classroom

Advisers ensuring all pupils are out

Do the duck, cover and hold outside

Head-counting of pupils

Parents in the line

Pupils with the canteen vendors

Grade six pupils slowly walking to the safest place

Found the safest place

FOSES pupils set, all set for post assessment

IX.

References
1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earthquake
2. Division Memorandum No. 188, s. 2015

X.

Appendices

1. Region Memo with indicative Schedule of Activities