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  1. 1. SCHOOL BUILDING DANIEL M. STA.MARIA MTE
  2. 2. CREATING A SAFE SCHOOL BUILDING • Safe schools not only have proactive prevention and intervention plans, well-organized crisis teams and clear lines of communication– they also provide physically safe havens for students and staff. To assure a safe learning environment:
  3. 3. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Light all hallways adequately during the day. • Close off unused stairwells or do not leave areas of the school unused . • Install all lockers in areas where they are easily visible, or remove lockers altogether.
  4. 4. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Minimize blind spots; use convex mirrors by portable classrooms or to allow hall monitors to see around corners. • Prohibit posters in classroom windows. • Install an alarm system and/or a closed-circuit television monitoring system.
  5. 5. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Keep buildings clean and maintained. • Locate playground equipment where it is easily observed. • Limit roof access by keeping dumpsters away from building walls. • Cover drainpipes so they cannot be climbed.
  6. 6. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Avoid decorative hedges; plant trees at least ten feet from buildings. • Trim trees and shrubs to limit outside hiding places for people or weapons. • Keep school grounds free of gravel or loose rock surfaces.
  7. 7. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Ensure vehicle access around the building(s) for night surveillance and emergency vehicles. • Design parking lots to discourage through traffic; install speed bumps. • Mix faculty and student parking.
  8. 8. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Create a separate parking lot for students and staff who arrive early or stay late, and monitor these lots carefully. • Use fencing and gates with discretion and choose attractive wrought iron styles instead of chain link fences. Secure them with heavy-duty padlocks.
  9. 9. THINGS TO CONSIDER: • Establish a policy to have the school campus fully lighted or totally dark at night. • Keep a complete list of staff members who have keys to the building(s).
  10. 10. THINGS TO CONSIDER: Do not allow graffiti to linger on walls. Follow the three "Rs" after discovery-- read, record (i.e. photograph or videotape) and remove. Inflammatory bathroom graffiti needs to be removed daily.
  11. 11. THINGS TO CONSIDER: Offer school- or community-based activities for students after school and on the weekends. Institute after-school academic and recreational programs for latchkey students.
  12. 12. THINGS TO CONSIDER: Conduct a thorough background check on anyone applying to work in the school to assure that no one is hired who has been convicted of sexual assault, child molestation, or pornography, or has a history of violent criminal behavior. Do not make a hiring decision before the check is completed.
  13. 13. DEPED ORDER NO. 28, S.2014 • Guidelines on the implementation of the calendar year 2014 regular school building program (CY 2014 RSBP). • The Calendar Year 2014 RSBP of DepEd shall be allocated by legislative district in accordance with the allocation criteria mandated under Republic Act No. 7880
  14. 14. REPUBLIC ACT NO 7880 • An Act Providing for the Fair and Equitable Allocation of the Department of Education, Culture and Sports Budget for Capital Outlay otherwise known as the Fair and Equitable Access to Education Act.
  15. 15. REPUBLIC ACT NO 7880 • Based on the proposed list of recipient schools prepared by the DepEd Schools Division Office (SDO), the DepEd Project Engr./Architect(DPE/DPA) together with the Division Physical Facilities Coordinator(DPFC) and representative/s from the Department of Public Works and Highways(DPWH) District Engr. Office(DEO) shall conduct joint site appraisal and validation activities to determine the actual conditions and requirements of the proposed school recipients.
  16. 16. REPUBLIC ACT NO 7880 • All School buildings constructed shall be provided with corresponding number of school furniture by the DepEd. • In the finalization of the list of recipient schools, the following shall be submitted using the following format:
  17. 17. THE FINAL LIST FROM DEPED SDO SHALL BE PREPARED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO THE FOLLOWING OFFICES: • The First copy to be furnished to DepEd Central Office ; • The Second copy to be furnished to the Regional Office ; and • The Third copy to be retained at the SDO
  18. 18. THE FINAL LIST FROM THE SCHOOL DIVISION OFFICE (SDO) WILL ALSO BE SUBMITTED TO THE FOLLOWING OFFICES : • A Certified photocopy to be submitted to the Office of the Representative of the Legislative District Concerned ; and • A Certified photocopy to be submitted to the Office of the Provincial/City Government Unit Concerned
  19. 19. RELEASING OF FUNDS • The release of funds under the CY 2014 RSBP shall be made to the respective DPWH District Engineering Office (DPWH-DEO), following the allocation per congressional district with the corresponding list of schools, target number of projects and the types of buildings to be constructed, prepared by the DepEd and submitted to the Department of Budget and Management (DBM).
  20. 20. RELEASING OF FUNDS • The DPWH shall only implement projects in the list of schools to be provided by the DepEd. Any deviation or realignment shall be subject to the approval of the DepEd and shall be furnished to the DBM. • The DPWH shall adopt/use the standard DepEd School Building Designs following the Minimum Performance Standards and Specifications (MPSS) and the harmonized costs in the implementation of the projects. Any deviation shall be subject to the approval of the DepEd.
  21. 21. ALLOCATION FOR THE AUTONOMOUS REGION IN MUSLIM MINDANAO. (ARMM) • The allocation for ARMM shall be released directly to the Office of the Regional Governor (ARMM-ORG). DepEd ARMM and DPWH- ARMM shall follow the same process provided for in the these guidelines. Reference: DepEd Order No. 17, s. 2012 Physical Facilities and Schools Engineering Division (PFSED) Office DepEd Central Office.
  22. 22. MANNER OF ALLOCATION • The lump sum appropriation for the CY 2014 RSBP shall be allocated by legislative district in accordance with the allocation criteria mandated under R.A. 7880.
  23. 23. PRIORITIZATION SCHEME • In preparing the final list of school building projects, the following should be considered for prioritization: Fifty Percent (50%) will be based on school-aged population; Forty Percent (40%) will be based on classroom shortage; and Ten Percent (10%) will be under the reserved funds.
  24. 24. PRIORITIZATION SCHEME • The Office of the Planning Service (OPS) shall determine the specific allocation for kindergarten, elementary and secondary levels based on the actual needs, provided, that the total allocation for all levels does not exceed the budgetary ceiling of the legislative districts.
  25. 25. IDENTIFICATION OF RECIPIENT SCHOOLS • NEW CONSTRUCTION The DepEd Division Office shall select the proposed recipient schools for the construction of new school buildings from the long list provided by the Office of Secretary (OSEC). The long list indicates the number of classrooms needed by each school based on the classroom inventory (as of March 2013) and enrolment data (as of July 2013) as reflected in the E-BEIS.
  26. 26. IDENTIFICATION OF RECIPIENT SCHOOLS • REPLACEMENT, RECONSTRUCTION AND REPAIR/REHABILITATION Replacement of school buildings razed by fire, old and dilapidated structures which have been condemned as finally approved by Superintendent. Rehabilitation or reconstruction of school buildings damaged by typhoons covered by mudslides and flash floods. Repair of structures which are already dangerous to the lives of the populace.
  27. 27. IDENTIFICATION OF RECIPIENT SCHOOLS • OTHER PRIORITIES -Construction/Repair of toilets, multi-purpose workshop (to be used for conducting home economics and industrial/practical arts classes) and science laboratories. -Provision of potable water supply system and repair of water facilities. -Installation of electrical wiring or general rewiring. -Provision of classroom/school building for indigenous people (IPs). -Provision of classroom/school buildings for resettlement areas with suitable school sites.
  28. 28. DEPED STANDARD SCHOOL BUILDING DESIGN, MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARD AND SPECIFICATIONS (MPSS) AND DETAILED COSTING
  29. 29. THE DEPED STANDARD DESIGNS • The DepEd standard designs (7m x 9m) shall be adopted for all public elementary and secondary schools, regardless of its location and class size. These include the following: Single Storey Designs Two Storey Designs Three Storey Designs Four Storey Designs 1ST-1CL 2ST-2CL 3ST-6CL (type I) 4ST-8CL 1ST-2CL 2ST-4CL 3ST-6CL (type II) 4ST-12CL 1ST-3CL 2ST-6CL 3ST-6CL (type III) 4ST-16CL 1ST-4CL 2ST-8CL 3ST-9CL 4ST-20CL 1ST-5CL 2ST-10CL 3ST-12CL 1ST-6CL 2ST-12CL 3ST-15CL
  30. 30. THE DEPED STANDARD DESIGNS • The DepEd special design of school buildings shall be used for indigenous peoples/communities. • Medium-rise school building shall adopted for schools in the National Capital Region (NCR) and in urban areas or where the school is with very limited space/site. At least a 2-storey structure shall be planned to be constructed. • To avoid partial/incomplete construction of school building by DPWH, the conduct of soil test/investigation is required for at least a three-storey school building, or as may deem necessary, before the procurement of the project.
  31. 31. THE DEPED STANDARD DESIGNS • In the event that the result of the soil test/investigation conducted by DPWH will indicate revision/change in the design and if an additional amount shall be required to complete the school building project, DPWH shall seek approval from DepEd through PFSED. • The DPWH shall adopt the standard DepEd cost of school buildings based on province costing including additional hauling cost and site preparation (if applicable) for a complete construction. • The DPWH shall ensure the construction of a”complete”school building. NO partial construction of school buildings shall be programmed. A “complete” school building shall have the following features:
  32. 32. THE DEPED STANDARD DESIGNS • Concrete and smooth finish flooring; • Smooth finish (plastered) interior and exterior walls; • Painted walls and ceilings; • Pre-painted corrugated G.I. roofing; • Complete set of windows; • Two(2) entrances with panel-type doors; • Complete electrical wires and fixtures; • Chalkboard; • Ramps pursuant to B.P. No. 344; and • Toilets depending on the school building design (optional)
  33. 33. THE DEPED STANDARD DESIGNS • Ramps pursuant to B.P. No. 344 ; and • Toilets depending on the school building design (optional) BATAS PAMBANSA BLG. 344 AN ACT TO ENHANCE THE MOBILITY OF DISABLED PERSONS BY REQUIRING CERTAIN BUILDINGS, INSTITUTIONS, ESTABLISHMENTS AND PUBLIC UTILITIES TO INSTALL FACILITIES AND OTHER DEVICES. Reference: http://www.ncda.gov.ph/disability-laws/batas- pambansa/batas-pambansa-blg-344/#sthash.RUAZidbo.dpuf
  34. 34. REGIONAL ALLOCATION OF CY 2014 RSBP FUNDS
  35. 35. REFERENCES: • http://depedcalabarzon.ph/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/DepEd- Order-No.-28-s.2014.pdf • https://deped-pfsed.wikispaces.com/Building+designs • http://www.dbm.gov.ph/wp-content/uploads/NEP2014/DECS- SB.pdf • www.nasponline.org/resources/crisis_safety/neat_buildings.aspx • www.deped.gov.ph/index.php/news-updates/updates/306- deped-s-school-building-project-gets-world-attention

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