Synergia holds SGC Workshops Level 3

Synergia with USAID, Effective Governance at the Cutting Edge of Education (EDGE) held a School Governing Council (SGC) Workshop Level 3 at the Deped, Social Hall, Bacolod City Saturday, January 27, 2018.

Former Governor Rafael ‘Lito’ Coscolluela, Board of Trustee, Synergia Foundation Inc. gave seminar and workshops to the School Governing Councils of the 46 Public Elementary and 22 Public High Schools of Bacolod City on SGC Workshop Level 3 at the Deped Social Hall, Bacolod City Saturday.*(Jun de los Reyes/NDB photo)

Former Governor Rafael ‘Lito’ Coscolluela, Board of Trustee of Synergia Foundation Inc., Dr. Ernesto Malvas, Program Officer of Synergia Foundation Inc. spearheaded the workshop participated by principals, head teachers, SGC chairmen and officials, Punong Barangays of the 46 public elementary schools and 22 public high schools of Bacolod City. Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Cynthia Demavivas welcomed the participants.

Among the topics discussed were; Levelling Off-Expectations and Outcomes, Balik Tanaw sa SGC (with former Governor Rafael L. Coscolluela), Appreciative Inquiry, LSB, SGC and Reading Performance, What good stories do we want to share? SGC Satisfaction Meter (Former Vice-Mayor Jay Jalandoni as represented), Inputs, Outputs and Outcomes (RLC), Translating Goals into Task (JJ) and Managing our SGCs, What are our 3 greatest difficulties? Idea Generation and Idea Selection; RACI Matrix and Action Planinng (JJ), Developing a Brand F. Process Flow; Summary and Adjournment (RLC,JJ, EM)

SGC is composed of community members who care about and are able to help their school. What matters most are concern, commitment, capacity to help and willingness to actively engage in the SGC. It formulates school policies for the good of the school, teachers and the learners. It assists, monitors and evaluates SIP Implementation and report the same in the schools, community of stakeholders. Its mission is to help local schools become a well-managed and well run “Center of Learning.”

It can be viewed as a system which operates under the principle that education is a shared responsibility and accountability among school community stakeholders.

The members include City and Barangay officials, officers and members of PTA, local business community, media practitioneers, NGOs, or civil society organization, the Church, urban poor organization, local cooperatives or livelihood association and national line agencies personnel.*


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