Wednesday, July 20, 2022

Amid delivers his first SOSA

 By Efren Marcial Jr, Julian Sagenes, and Raniel Capinig

Photos from Ask Lagro High FB Page

Lagro High School principal Dr. Diego Amid delivered his first State of the School Address (SOSA) last December 3, 2021, via Facebook live stream.

The SOSA included various subjects such as the condition and achievements of LHS as well as future plans for the improvement of the school.

One of the main highlights of the SOSA was the preparation to pilot face-to-face classes. It was stated that pilot face-to-face classes for 97 students among SHS TVL strands particularly SMAW, RACS, EIM, EPAS, and Cookery learners would be possible depending on the DOH and DepEd guidelines and updates.

"Lagro High School had conducted subsequent meetings to meet the requirements of the organization ensuring the safety and health measures while complying with the need for face-to-face classes.” Amid said.

The SOSA also covered the school report card of the 16 indicators which include the following: enrollment, drop-out ratio, promotion rate, health and nutrition, learner’s materials (modules), literacy level, NAT results, learners-teacher ratio, learner-classroom ratio, learner-toilet ratio, teacher’s highest educational attainment, school awards, funding sources, the status of AIP, stakeholder’s participation, and SBM level of practice.

Near the end of the speech, Amid addressed the immediate concerns of some priority improvement areas which mainly covered the needs of learners and teachers as well as the school itself amidst this pandemic, and also, particularly on the upcoming face-to-face classes.

Ending the speech, Amid stated, "Finally, we need you, we need more parents and guardians if the parents are not available to meet and heed the learners' needs. We need more understanding and patience among parents and teachers to help address unavoidable circumstances of learners and teachers."

"We all need to address the mental health issues of our learners and our beloved teachers because it takes more than two to make things happen. It takes you to serve you better. We all need you to make their dreams come true." he added.

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