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Department of Education

Region X-Northern Mindanao


DIVISION OF MISAMIS ORIENTAL
Talusan Elementary School
S.Y 2019-2020

SCHOOL CONTINGENCY PLAN


ON DISASTER PREVENTION
AND MANAGEMENT

Prepared by:

RICHELLE ANN S. ABOY


SDRRM Coordinator

Approved by:

CHARITO C. LLACUNA
Principal 1
SCHOOL DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

I. INTRODUCTION

A. Purpose of the Plan

1. To prepare the students and faculty members from the hazard of disaster such as fire, earthquake
and typhoon.

2. To minimize or avoid injuries and casualties during disaster.

3. To respond after the occurrence of disaster and or emergencies.

B. DepEd’s Internal Policies on Disaster Preparedness and Response TYPHOON:

1. The Deped’s policy of the suspension of classes during typhoon ( DepEd Order No. 43 s. 2012 ;
E.O. No. 66 s. 2012 ) :

a) Typhoon Signal No. 1 – Public and Private Pre-school and Kindergarten classes in the affected
areas shall be automatically cancelled or suspended. b) Typhoon Signal No. 2 - Public and Private Pre-
school and Kindergarten, Elementary and Secondary classes in the affected areas shall be
automatically cancelled or suspended. c) Typhoon Signal No. 3 – All levels are no classes including
all government offices.

EARTHQUAKE :

If an earthquake occur or has strike, the following actions should be implemented by the affected
school :

1. 5 % to 10 % of school properties have been damaged - relocate or transfer specific class or classes
affected by the earthquake to classroom or places in the school that are safe to students and teachers.

1. 11 % to 20 % of school properties have been damaged - he school head should declared temporary
suspension or cancellation of classes for one day.

1. 21 % or more of the school buildings or properties have been damaged - cancellation of classes for
two or more days must be effected. EARTHQUAKE :

If an earthquake occur or has strike, the following actions should be implemented by the affected
school :

1. 5 % to 10 % of school properties have been damaged - relocate or transfer specific class or classes
affected by the earthquake to classroom or places in the school that are safe to students and teachers.

1. 11 % to 20 % of school properties have been damaged - he school head should declared temporary
suspension or cancellation of classes for one day.

1. 21 % or more of the school buildings or properties have been damaged - cancellation of classes for
two or more days must be effected.
C. Composition of Disaster Preparedness and Response Point Persons

Organizational Structure of Talusan Elementary School Balingasag South District – School Disaster
Risk Reduction Management Group ( SDRRMG ).

BDRRMC MDRRMC

CHARITO C. LLACUNA
Principal I

RICHELLE ANN S. ABOY


SDRRM Coordinator

MANUELITO M. RABONGUE JUDITH R. COCAMAS


Disaster Operations Officer Response & Resource Mobilization

EDEN S. PAJARON LORINA S. NULO LENI G. HOROS ANGELA D. ACUT


Education, Advocacy & Info
Transportation team Medical team Evacuation team Officer

MARYLOUR N. NERI MANUELA ESTRELLITA V. KRISTINE D. MABALOS CHERRY MAE S. ARIBAL


Early Warning team
MORILLA
Fire Brigade team Search & Rescue team
Medical team
D. Distribution Copies

Below are the list of names of individuals or organizations who will receive copies of Talusan
Elementary School - School Disaster Management Plan.

Randolph B. Tortola– Schools Division Superintendent

Beatriz E. Acdal – Public Schools District Supervisor of Balingasag

Mayor Alexis S. Quina– Balingasag Municipal Mayor

Member of SDRRMG

Representatives of GPTA

Barangay

Parents

Non –government Agencies

II. CONTEXT ANALYSIS

A. Disaster Risk Situation RISK RANKING:

Type of Hazards Risk Underlying Factors


Low Medium High
Flooding  Poor Drainage System
 Siltation in the river system to overflowing of
river during rainy season.
 There are makeshifts or school building
encroaching water ways especially during rainy
season.
 Incomplete fence
Earthquake  Presence of fault line ( Cabanglasan fault )
Fire  Lack of fire hydrants
 Most of the school community lack of awareness
of fire safety
Typhoon  Poor drainage system
 Fishing and farming are the major sources of
livelihood of community which are affected
during the occurrences of typhoons.
 Most of the school community lack of awareness
of guidelines of storm/typhoon signal .
Vulnerability

Hazard Aspect Vulnerability Capacity


Physical / Material
Infrastructure Services  lack of training of  Use schools as evacuation
teachers in disaster center
preparedness  Presence of Rhu’s to cater
 Drainage system is the needs of school
lacking; floods community.
 Water is not potable in
the river
Environmental Factors  Prone to earthquake;  Identified hazard/ risk
presence of fault line areas
 typhoon  Very detailed mapping
Social / Organizational
Family Structure /Decision  Conservative gender  Coordination
Making Leadership biased in decision
making
 Imposition of decisions
(lacking

Motivational /Attitudinal  Positivity ( in the  Organized MDRRM ,


communities ) BDRRM , SDRRMC
 Lack of knowledge
/awareness
B. Mission, Vision of School and DepEd

The DepEd Vision

We dream of Filipinos who passionately love their country


and whose values and competencies enable them to realize
their full potential and contribute meaningfully to building
the nation. As a learner-centered public institution, the
Department of Education continuously improves itself to
better serve its stakeholders.

The DepEd Mission

To protect and promote the right of every Filipino to quality,


equitable, culture-based, and complete basic education where:

Students learn in a child-friendly, gender-sensitive, safe, and


motivating environment. Teachers facilitate learning and
constantly nurture every learner. Administrators and staff, as
stewards of the institution, ensure an enabling and supportive
environment for effective learning to happen. Family, community,
and other stakeholders are actively engaged and share
responsibility for developing life-long learners.

Our Core Values


Maka-Diyos
Maka-tao
Makakalikasan
Makabansa
C. DepEd’s Mandate and Role in Disaster Management ( highlights of DepEd Order
55, s . 2007) PRIORITIZING THE MAINSTREAMING OF DISASTER RISK
REDUCTION MANAGEMENT IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM AND
IMPLEMENTATION OF PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS RELATIVE THEREFORE

1. Building schools, nations and communities resilient to disaster is one of the objectives of the
Hyogo Framework for Action 2005-2015 which is now considered as a priority policy for
implementation by the Department. The Hyogo Framework for Action is a global blue print for
disaster risk reduction efforts which aims to reduce disaster losses in lives, properties, social,
economic and environmental assets of communities and countries by year 2015.

2. Under the Non-Structural component of the Safe Schools Program, one of the activities undertaken
by the Department is the preparation of the Disaster Risk Reduction Resource Manual (DRRRM)
which will serve as source of information to be used by school administrators, School
heads/principals, supervisors, and teachers relative to the implementation of disaster risk reduction
management projects.

1. In view hereof, all concerned are enjoined to prioritize the following:

a) Utilization of the Disaster Risk Reduction Resource Manual (DRRRM) which was prepared by
the Technical Working Group created through DepED Memorandum No. 175, s. 2007. Guidelines
for its utilization are enclosed as Enclosure No. 1 of this Memorandum which also contain suggested
activities and duties and responsibilities of each stakeholder. An orientation on the utilization of the
DRRRM will be conducted by the Technical Working Group to all regions starting August 14 to
September 5, 2007 as contained in DepED Memorandum No. 291, s. 2007 which was disseminated
earlier to the field.

Implementation of Safe Schools Programs relative to disaster risk reduction efforts such as:

1. Non-Structural Components

i. Mainstreaming Disaster Risk Reduction Concepts in the Elementary and Secondary School
Curricula;

ii. School Mapping Exercise;

iii. Schools Water and Electrical Facilities Assessment Project;

iv.Preparation of Disaster Preparedness Modules Through Multi-Media;

v. Quarterly Conduct of Earthquake and Fire Drills; and

vi .Road Safety Education for Children.

2. Structural Components

i. Construction of Hazards Resilient School buildings

Learning and Public Use Schoolbuilding(Lapus Building)

Be Better, Build Better International Design Competition

Assessment of Schoolbuildings’ Structural Integrity and Stability (ASSIST)


Learning and Public Use School building(Lapus Building)

Be Better, Build Better International Design Competition

Assessment of School Buildings’ Structural Integrity and Stability (ASSIST)

b. Information Dissemination Campaign for Energy and Water Conservation Flyers (Enclosure Nos.

2 and 3) on water and energy conservation will be distributed to the schools and all concerned are

enjoined to use these flyers as advocacy and information dissemination campaign materials. A

Communication Plan was also developed by the National Disaster Coordinating Council (NDCC)

with the DepED as one of its Member Agencies, with the “Sampung Hakbang” on water and energy

conservation using an acronym TUBIG POWER (Enclosure No. 4) as tips and ways to conserve

these important resources. Objectives of this are to create heightened awareness among the

schoolchildren, teachers and the general public on the impending dry spell and in preparation for the

coming of the rainy season.

c. Monitoring of the implementation of the disaster risk reduction projects and other activities under

this Order shall be done by the Central Office particularly the Calamity/Disaster and Fire Control

Group (CDFCG) care of the Office of the Director for Administrative Service.

D. Schools Staff Complement

Teachers Name Designation Grade Level


1. Charito C. Llacuna Principal 1
2. Angela D. Acut TI Grade VI – ICT (Data )
3. Marylour N. Neri TI Kinder
4. Judith R. Cocamas TIII Grade I
5. Kristine D. Mabalos TI Grade I
6. Richelle Ann S. Aboy TI Grade II ( Programs and Projects)
7. Leni G. Horos TI Grade III
8. Manuelito M. Rabongue MTI Grade IV
9. Cherry Mae S. Aribal TI Grade V
10. Lorina S. Nulo TI Grade V
11. Eden S. Pajaron TI Grade VI
12. Manuela Estrellita V. Morilla TIII SUBJECT TEACHER
E. Stakeholder’s Capacity Assessment

STAKEHOLDERS CONTRIBUTION RESOURCES / SERVICES THEY


NAME TOWARDS DRRM PROVIDE
ACTIVITIES IN
SCHOOL
Suspend classes as needed, Allow integration of
DRRMC in any subject areas,
conduct monitoring and evaluation of the
disaster reduction program, prepare
Division Level Supports the summary reports and submit to the office of the
implementation Regional Director
District Supervisor Supports the Monitor the mainstreaming of DRRMC concepts
implementation
in the school evaluate the
effectiveness of the mainstreaming activities and
consolidate and submit report.
Head Teacher / Supports the Appoint alternate among other school personnel
implementation
Principal to assist the implementation of
DRRM.
GPTA Officials Supports the Call a meeting as part of Info – Dissemination
implementation
campaign
School Governing Supports the
implementation
Council

III. School Development Plan Framework

A. Development Plan Framework

Parent – Teacher
Community Association

School Proposed Disaster


PTA Plan for Training
Disaster Resistant
Officials the / Drills to
Risk Safety all School School
Reduction of the SAFETY OF ALL Populace Building
Manage Populace PUPILS AND on DRR
Teachers Improve
ment to any TEACHERS integrated
in ment of
Group Disaster
curriculum Water
and
B.E.R.T Electrical
Facilities

SGC (SCHOOL
GOVERNING COUNCIL)
B. Disaster Management Action Plan

PROGRAM/ACTIVITY PERFORMANCE EXPECTED OUTPUT FUNDING TIME REMARKS


PROJECT INDICATOR FRAME
Project SDMC School SDMC have been The School Disaster
Disaster Management organized or Management Committee
Committee formed (SDMC ) is set to undertake
various significant activities MOOE JUNE - JULY
that highlight the
importance of Risk Reduction
and Management
Designated period for people
to focus their attention on the
need to prepare for natural
disasters. The SDMC will act
as leading officials in time of
disaster
PROJECT LIGTAS L- earn I- Orientation on the The school staff and other
important G-guide T-he nature and effects stakeholders are well
P-roper A-action of earthquake for informed and equipped with School /clinic August to
implementing S-school school staff knowledge specially on the fund if September
Disaster Risk Reduction helpers and effects of destructions made available
Management stakeholders have by an earthquake.
been
Orientation for school implemented.
helpers and stakeholders
about earthquake, its
nature , effects of
destruction , etc.
The observance is First aid, Fire and Teachers and pupils know
undertaken all over the Earthquake drill for what to do before m during, Monthly
nation to heighten the school staff and and after disaster.
awareness on disaster pupils have been
affecting communities to conducted The organized SDMC inform
prepare and prevent the the school about the possible
adverse effects of venues for evacuation in time
disaster Earthquake of fire and earthquakes June
disaster
It also aims to instill to evacuation have
Filipino pro – active been planned and
approach to disaster cited at the start of
the school year.
The given activities for
risk reduction and
management are; 1. Train June
teachers and pupils on
proper action and
responses during
earthquakes, fire and fire
drills. 2. Conduct an
earthquake and fire drills July
3. Make a school
earthquake evacuation
plan 4. Plan a school
evacuation plan
EARLY WARNING PLAN

FLOOD CRITERIA INTERPRET WARNING REQUIRED ACTION


LEVEL ATION SIGNAL
0 No flood Classes NONE Conduct Classroom
Ongoing Instruction as usual
1 Flood Waters Alert 5 rapid Move all school records,
clogging and whistle lesson plan and materials to
overflowing school blows an elevated shelf.
drainage ditches
2 Flood waters Prepare to 10 rapid Shut down all power sources.
beginning to enter evacuate whistle Move the pupils to an
classrooms blows elevated place.
3 Flood waters Campus 15 rapid Evacuate to a safe location
reaching one foot already whistle outside the campus. Bring
high from the floor evacuated blows priority items along.
COMMUNICATION PLAN

Designated Receiver Public Schools District Supervisor


Beatriz E. Acdal 09173593072

Principal 1 CHARITO C. LLACUNA

MARYLOUR N. NERI MANUELITO M. RABONGUE


Kinder Class Adviser Grade IV Class Adviser

JUDITH R. COCAMAS LORINA S. NULO


Grade I Class Adviser Grade V Class Adviser

RICHELLE ANN S. ABOY CHERRY MAE S. ARIBAL


Grade II Class Adviser Grade V Class Adviser

LENI G. HOROS EDEN S. PAJARON


Grade III Class Adviser Grade VI Class Adviser

KRISTINE D. MABALOS ANGELA D. ACUT


Grade I Class Adviser Grade VI Class Adviser

MANUELA ESTRELLITA V. MORILLA


Subject Teacher
EVACUATION PLAN
GRADE LEVEL NO. OF POU-PULATION TO SAFE HOLDING AREAS POPULATION ALTERNATIVE REMARKS
EVACAUTE NOT AREAS
ACCOMODATED
PUPILS STAFF LOCATION CAPACITY

KINDER 26 1 ON THE OTHER If the whole school is


SIDE OF THE affected
ROAD
GRADE I 54 2  Pupils who
lives nearby
will be sent
to their
respected
houses.

GRADE II 48 1 MORE  Evacuate


THAN the others to
400 the
alternative
area.
GRADE III 46 1

GRADE IV 41 1

GRADE V 48 2

GRADE VI 55 3

EVACUATION MAP FOR FLOOD

Brgy. road

Barangay Road
EVACUATION MAP FOR EARTHQUAKE
CHARITO C. LLACUNA
Prepared and Submitted by:

RICHELLE ANN S. ABOY


School Disaster Coordinator

Certified True and Correct:

CHARITO C. LLACUNA
Principal I

Noted by:

BEATRIZ E. ACDAL
Balingasag South
Public Schools District Supervisor