“Matuwid na Pamamahala Tungo sa ARMM na Masagana’t Mapayapa”

Friday, November 14, 2014

Feature: The Secret and Success of Pandakan PS

By Alfhadar Pajiji, Executive Assistant III, Office of the Regional Secretary

I discovered many amazing things in Sulu when I had the chance to visit my hometown Jolo last week to attend and observe the SPAAM 2014 (Sulu Provincial Athletics Association Meet). One story that struck me most is about the Pandakan Primary School in the Municipality of Panglima Estino.

Pandakan Primary has around 150 pupils. It has only 5 teachers (3 with permanent status and the other 2 are volunteer teachers) teaching multigrade up to Grade 5.

Despite the odds, during their district meets, Pandakan Primary bested the other "big" schools of Panamao District which have an average of 800 pupils and more than 20 teachers. They excelled greatly both in athletics and academics that even though it had no participant in the Grade 6 category, Pandakan Primary was still able to bag the District Over-All Championship.

I was so intrigued about the story that I told the District Supervisor Ma'am Samha to arrange a meeting with the teachers of Pandakan Primary School. Unfortunately, Ma'am Samha had instructed them to accompany the district delegation back to their district so I was not able to meet them.

According to Ma'am Samha the 3 young male teachers were hired during Mujiv Hataman's administration. Under the stewardship of the young teachers headed by "Tuan Dani", the school's TIC, Pandakan Primary's performance continue to amaze everyone in the district. One of their secrets? Special classes even on Saturdays and Sundays!

At the closing ceremony of the SPAAM 2014, I told everyone about the story of Pandakan Primary- a feat that has not happen in the history of DepEd-ARMM. I said RS Jamar Kulayan together with RG Mujiv Hataman had recently organized trips for supervisors and mayors to places like Saranggani Province, which had remarkably improved their education indicators, to learn about their experience on how best to improve education performance and indicators in the ARMM provinces. I think and said it loud that it is about time to bring them all to Sulu and learn about the Pandakan Primary experience.

Note: At the SPAAM Closing Program, Ma'am Pilar Dumalanta, my former elementary teacher whom I picked as my "Tribute to my Teacher" recipient and now Sulu Division EPS had confirmed to me that Panamao District is now back in the academics. The contestant for the Grade 5 category from Pandakan Primary got the third place at the division level.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Feature: Opportunity to grow and make a difference

By High School teachers Amina Hadjirul Jalad (Master of Arts in Education major in English Language Teaching) and Benhar Saridol Muksan (Master of Arts in Education major in Mathematics Education) who are currently on study leave at Bukidnon State University

Since becoming teachers at Pangutaran National High School in Sulu, we have embraced daily classroom interaction as an opportunity to guide and influence our students. Like their parents, we want them to realize their full potential, to become good men and women in the community and to contribute to the welfare of their family and society at large.

However, we also yearn to grow professionally, to deepen our academic knowledge and keep up with emerging trends in our subject of specialization. We are grateful to our immediate head Dr Amar Taludjog who share our yearning and actively seek opportunities for professional growth for his teachers. It is on this premise that we were endorsed for a one year study leave with pay at Bukidnon State University, Malaybalay City (Note: Amina pursued Master of Arts in Education major in English Language Teaching and Benhar pursued Master of Arts in Education major in Mathematics Education).

We are encouraged by the current ARMM reform. Finally, a group of Moro leaders is taking a strong stance against that which ails our education system and moving forward to build strong foundations for regional education that is accessible, equitable and quality-driven. Within DepEd-ARMM it is heartening to see our records being rectified and updated leading to the resolution of the decades-old non-remittance mess. What we thought were impossible then is happening now. The idealism of the current leadership is motivating us to grow professionally and there is this eagerness within us to go back as soon as possible and join the bandwagon of reform by giving our share, i.e. teaching our students better and with passion. 

We are not hindered by what we do not have. At school we may not have all the facilities and materials that we want, but we believe we can maximize whatever we have. We believe our best resource is our selves. We are doing good then, we now believe we can do better with what we have learned at the University - new knowledge and skills in our respective field of specialization.

The K to 12 curriculum brings the hope of better education. One motivation for pursuing our specialization is for our school to be able to offer senior high school program in our municipality. Master's degree in particular specialization is a teacher requirement under this program. We sacrifice to be away from our families and school for a year but we know the return will be greater especially in positioning our school to be the catalyst of change in our area. Pangutaran is an island municipality floating on Sulu Sea. If we can make senior high school available, many of our youth will be able to complete basic education right in their own community. The availability of this senior high in our community will be a big boast to financially-constrained parents.

We are thankful to all who have made this scholarship possible for us as we are grateful to Allah for opportunity to grow, to become, to be better, not only for ourselves, but also for others and for our community.


Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Tawi-Tawi joins Global Handwashing Day

Pupils waiting for instruction as they assemble to demonstrate their handwashing skills. 
Its the3rd year Tawi-Tawi celebrated Global Handwashing Day (GHD) since its implementation of Essential Health Care Program (EHCP) in the province on August 29, 2012.

This year's celebration was made possible through a partnership of the provincial Government of Tawi-Tawi, Health and Nutrition Section (HNS) and the Office of the Honorable Congresswoman Ruby M. Sahali under her advocacy project R.U.B.Y Gives Back with a slogan " dain kaniyu, para kaniyu" ( "from you, back to you"). The GHD activities, aside from the handwashing drill and demonstrations in Batu-Batu Central School, Magsaggaw Elementary School and Datu Halun Laboratory School on October 14 and 15, there was also distribution of hygiene kits for the school children, trivia questions for students and teachers/nurses with souvenir items and cash prizes given courtesy of Provincial Treasurer Patricia Mar. Along with the GHD event was the launching of the week- long celebration for Children's Month.

The GHD celebration was participated by officials and men and women of the Congressional District Office, from the Provincial Government Unit, Municipal LGU of Panglima Sugala, TaskForce 62, Philippine Marines, WWF, DepEd Nurses of Bongao, Red Cross, civic organization The Alert Network, Bongao School Districts, teachers, parents and pupils.

Other relevant activities that are to unfold include: forum on Health and Environment, Children's Rights, and Anti- bullying; on the spot song and essay writing contest and poster making which are set starting October 17 onwards.

Tawi-Tawi‘s GHD celebration was indeed another success to count on making people especially school children become more aware of the importance of handwashing in particular and EHCP in general. (tinsangkula/depedtawitawi)

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Bacud Mahabah E/S children received shoes

By Al-Khalid S. Tiling, School Principal, Bacud Mahabah ES

Bongao, Tawi-Tawi (October 10, 2014) - It was supposed to be just an ordinary school day, until one hundred and four (104) pupils of Bacud Mahabah Elementary School in Bongao II District were surprised by Rebirth Outdoors Trekkers and Adventurers Philippines, Incorporated (ROTA). As part of the latter's outreach program, all pupils were given a pair of brand new shoes. ROTA's outreach program aims to reach out to underprivileged pupils in the far-flung area who are in school thereby contributing significantly to their increase in attendance and school performance. 
Beaming smiles were evident in the school pupils as they fitted and showed their new pair of shoes before their school community. (Photo Al-Khalid Tiling)
The outreach was made possible with the support and cooperation of the provincial government of Tawi-Tawi and local government of Bongao, together with the Philippine Marines and Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity. 

The simple turn-over ceremony was witnessed by Division OIC Edna A. Alibasa, Bongao II District Supervisor Madam Nurijim H. Alvarez, School Principal Al-Khalid S. Tiling, Madam Elena Calva, members of the Philippine Marines, Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, School Nurse, teachers, parents and community leaders of Bacud Mahabah. 

Monday, September 29, 2014

Monday, September 15, 2014

Tawi-Tawi schools included in the RITM's STH National Prevalence Survey

The Research Institute for Tropical Medicine (RITM) conducted a National Survey on the prevalence of Soil-Transmitted Helminthes, Schistosomiasis and other intestinal Parasitic Infection among public school children nationwide. 

For ARMM the survey went through with school health personnel in the forefront of conducting the PTA meetings/orientations and actual collections which were done on a school-to-school basis among selected public Elementary and National High Schools on September 1-5 and September 8-11, 2014 respectively. Prior to this the concerned health personnel were given orientation on May 19-20, 2014 in Zamboanga City.

The conduct of survey was simultaneously done in all provinces of ARMM that targeted five (5) schools per division which were randomly selected by the RITM that covered one (1) pre-school, three (3) Grade 3 and one (1) Grade 10 (4th Year High School) with at least 60-70 samples in each grade level. 

In Tawi-Tawi, all students who will be positive for parasitic infection will be given proper medication after results have been released by the RITM. For Tawi-Tawi Division schools were: Hji. Yunos ES, Batu-Batu Central School, Hji Akbar Ulama Memorial ES, Pagasinan ES and Sanga-Sanga National High School. RITM and Regional DOH staff came to Tawi-Tawi to personally monitor the conduct of the said activity and received the samples. Datu Halun Sakilan Memorial Hospital Laboratory Department did the microscopic examination of the samples collected. (tinsangkula/DepEd Tawi-Tawi).

Friday, August 22, 2014

DepEd-ARMM issues Weblog-based documentation and reporting system for selected programs


Regional Secretary Atty Jamar M. Kulayan signs DepEd-ARMM Regional Memorandum number 264, s . 2014, for the adoption of Weblog-based documentation and reporting system for selected programs.

"Weblog-Based Program Documentation, Reporting and Cross-Learning System is the use of online technology particularly free weblog service to track program progress, promote cross learning and continuous improvement among implementers, and engage the wider community in the spirits of transparency, democratic participation and accountability. It makes program monitoring and feedback quick, easy and inexpensive."

This innovative system will cover Special Programs in the Arts (SPA), Sports (SPS), Journalism (SPJ) and Foreign Languages (SPFL); Strengthened Technical and Vocational Education Program (STVEP); Science, Technology and Engineering Program (STEP) and Senior High School Program (SHS).

To operate this system, Implementing Schools assign one program teacher, who is internet literate, to collate and upload school data into the weblog on a monthly basis; provided all school data shall have prior scrutiny of and approval from the school head. School heads, teachers and students who have access to the internet shall be encouraged to visit, benchmark their school performance and express their opinions and comments in the weblog’s comment box. In expressing opinions and responding to other comments, propriety shall be observed all the time. When the internet in the locality is slow, implementing schools may burn a CD and submit the same to the Regional Office. All compliance and non-compliance will be acknowledged in the weblog.

The following weblogs have been created specific to the following programs:
Special Program in the Arts (SPA) - armmspa.blogspot.com
Special Program in Sports (SPS) - armmsps.blogspot.com
Special Program in Journalism (SPJ) - armmspj.blogspot.com
Special Program in Foreign Languages (SPFL) - armmspfl.blogspot.com
Strengthened Technical and Vocational Education Program (STVEP) - armmstvep.blogspot.com
Science, Technology and Engineering Program (STEP) - armmstep.blogspot.com
Senior High School Program (SHS) - armmshs.blogspot.com


Wednesday, August 20, 2014

CheckMySchool now in the ARMM!

Photo: Today marks the start of the promise to work together to bring better education services in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) with the MOA signing and turnover of the Checkmyschool strategic plan to DepEd ARMM. 

Thank you so much for the overwhelming support Sec. Jamar Kulayan, Asec. Noor Saada, Gov. Mujiv Hataman, and to the rest of our partners in the region. Together, let's make reform in ARMM happen! #CMS4S #CMSARMM
Today marks the start of the promise to work together to bring better education services
in the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) with the MOA signing
and turnover of the Checkmyschool (CMS) strategic plan to DepEd ARMM. (Photo courtesy of CMS)

To know more about CMS, please follow this link - http://www.checkmyschool.org/

BPI: ARMM to introduce four special programs in 23 public high schools

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Zamboanga City (20 August 2014) – The Department of Education in the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao will pilot four special programs in 23 public secondary schools in the region this school year to help students develop skills in journalism, arts, sports and foreign language.

Noor Saada, DepEd-ARMM assistant secretary for programs, said the special programs are geared for students with different learning styles to express themselves.

He said it will also help reduce the number of drop-outs as students who are otherwise bored with the regular secondary program will have other additional motivations to finish school and pursue their interest.

DepEd-ARMM is working with ARMM’s Bureau of Public Information, Bureau on Cultural Heritage, Regional Sports Coordinating Office and the Bureau of Madaris Education in the implementation of the program.

School heads and teachers who will handle the programs attended a three-day orientation on 12-14 August that included enrichment activities provided by resource persons from DepEd-ARMM’s partner agencies.

“They also planned how this program will take shape or will be implemented in their schools in terms of classroom management, school operation, division technical assistance and regional policy and resource support,” Saada said.

He said the special programs will be introduced to classes of 35 Grade 7 students who will exhibit inclination or interest in the selected skills.

ARMM Education Secretary Jamar Kulayan said they are committed to provide policy and resource support to the schools where the programs will be piloted. (Bureau of Public Information)

Monday, August 18, 2014

BEAM-ARMM hands over dressmaking tools & equipment in South Upi, Maguindanao

On Wednesday, 13 August 2014, the Australian Government through the Basic Education Assistance for Muslim Mindanao (BEAM-ARMM) and implemented through DepED-ARMM, handed over dressmaking tools and equipment to Pilar Integrated Technical Vocational High School (PITVHS) in South Upi, Maguindanao. The tools and equipment included 25 units of household sewing machines, five units of high speed sewing machines, flat irons, among others.

Judy Ann Lozada, 17, a fourth-year high school student at PITVHS, was thrilled when she learned about the assistance to their school. “Malayo ang barangay namin sa kabihasnan pero nakarating dito sa amin ang tulong mula sa BEAM-ARMM (Our barangay is in a far-flung area and I cannot believe BEAM-ARMM reached out to us),” she said. Barangay Pilar is located in the outskirts of Maguindanao province, about 2-3 hours away from Cotabato City. While a provincial road passes through the barangay, commuters must traverse a long stretch of dirt road in and out of the area which worsens travel during rainy season. “We are so grateful,” she said excitedly, eager to hone her skills in dressmaking and tailoring.

DepED-ARMM Regional Technology and Livelihood Education Coordinator Corazon Maguate, who was also at the handover, stressed that the techvoc program’s main objective in South Upi is to provide its high school students the opportunity to acquire a TESDA National Certificate (NC) at the community level. “You don’t need to go to Cotabato City or somewhere else just to earn TESDA certificates since you already have a techvoc school in your municipality,” said Maguate.

PITVHS is one of 23 senior high schools assisted through improved curricula and increased competence of teachers. Barangay Pilar in South Upi, Maguindanao is host to three major tribal groups: the T’duray, the indigenous people of the area; the Maguindanaons or the Moro group; and the Christian-settlers. South Upi Mayor Abdullah Campong said during the handover ceremony that the dressmaking tools and equipment “will make a huge impact on their youth.” “I will ensure that the tri-people of South Upi will benefit from this program,” he said, adding that PITVHS will become the center of the town’s techvoc programs and projects. In his speech, Campong shared that the tri-people of the town live harmoniously, “thanks to the Australian Government, this project will further strengthen the ties of my people” he concluded.

Through June 2015, BEAM-ARMM is providing 15,000 OSYs and senior high school students with market sensitive and inclusive technical vocational education, training and skills throughout ARMM where there are high concentrations of unemployed and underemployed youth.

BEAM-ARMM is a comprehensive education and youth development program that enables children and youth in Muslim Mindanao to develop and reach their potential. The Program delivers accessible and healthy learning facilities, quality teachers, learning materials, and a protective environment for children in need and out of school youth, through effective, transparent and accountable management systems. The Program contributes to the alleviation of poverty in ARMM and, in the longer term, to the emergence of sustainable peace through closely targeted investments in basic education that prepare ARMM to engage productively with economic opportunities.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

DepEd-ARMM orients new schools for the arts, sports, journalism and foreign languages

Zamboanga City – School heads and teachers from twenty-three (3) public schools in the ARMM are in this city for a 3-day orientation, from august 12 to 14, 2014, to implement DepEd’s Special Programs in the Arts (SPA), Sports (SPS), Journalism (SPJ) and Foreign Languages (SPFL). Also invited were partner agencies such as the ARMM Bureau of Cultural Heritage (BCH), Regional Sports Coordinating Office (RSCO), Bureau of Public Information (BPI) and Bureau of Madrasah Education (BME).

These special programs are geared to provide avenues for expression of students with different learning styles and in so doing be able to keep students interested completing their studies and reduce drop-outs of students who are otherwise bored with the regular secondary program, according to BSE Director Dr Fatima Abubakar.

In this the 3-day this event, the target schools were recently oriented about the program “why”, “how” and “what” based from the national guides contextualized to the ARMM setting. They also plan how this program will take shape or will be implemented in their schools in terms of classroom management, school operation, division technical assistance and regional policy and resource support. They have had assessed their capacity and what is needed to implement the program properly, in terms of program equipment and facilities, ICT needs, school head and teacher qualification and training program, and assessment requirement. The breakout sessions were facilitated by Regional Coordinators Bernard Libetario, Kamil Alongan, Helen Piol and Supervisor Saada Tubing.

To insure provincial equity, one school is identified for every province and they are as follows:

SPS Implementing Schools - Concepcion NHS (Basilan), Kili-Kili NHS (Lanao Sur), Datu Paglas NHS (Maguindanao), Sulu NHS (Sulu) and Tubig-Indangan NHS (Tawi-Tawi).

SPJ Implementing Schools - Parang Basak NHS (Basilan), Mananayo NHS (Lanao Sur), Camp Siongco NHS (Maguindanao) Jolo NHS (Sulu) and Batu-Batu NHS (Tawi-Tawi).

SPFL (Spanish) Implementing School - ARMM Regional Science High School (Maguindanao)

SPFL (Arabic) Implementing Schools - Atong-Atong NHS (Basilan), Adiong MNHS (Lanao Sur) and Sapakan NHS (Maguindanao)

SPFL (Bahasa) Implementing Schools - Pangutaran NHS, Luuk NHS and Patikul NHS (Sulu); Sitangkai, South Ubian and Ungus Matata NHS (Tawi-Tawi).

Immediately after this orientation, the school team will start the groundwork leading to the organization of at least a class of 35 students inclined towards the program focus. Their respective division offices will provide technical assistance in terms of quality assurance and liaising with local government and non-government entities for resource support.

Regional Secretary Atty Jamar M. Kulayan said, DepEd-ARMM is committed to provide policy and resource support to insure these schools will serve as models for the ARMM provinces and for future improvement and expansion under the Bangsamoro political entity. 

Saturday, August 2, 2014

UK's Chevening applications for 2015/16 opens today 1 August 2014

The Chevening Secretariat is now accepting applications for the 2015/16 academic cycle, with applications opening today 1 August.

According to the official press release, there will be approximately 1500 Chevening Awards offered in the 2015/16 cycle - triple the number offered for 2014/15. This is a significant investment from the UK Government to develop the next cohort of global leaders and is an opportunity simply cannot afford to miss.

Who can apply?
The scholarship target future leaders, decision makers or influencers. In order to apply for a Chevening Award, applicants must meet the scheme’s eligibility criteria. Applicants are advised to use the Eligibility Checker to see if they can apply. To be considered for a scholarship, all applicants will also need to meet the Chevening English language requirements.

More information
For further information on applications, please visit the official Chevening Scholarships website or take a look at their FAQ section. If you are unable to find the answer in the FAQs section, then please send your question via contact us.

Monday, July 28, 2014

Agosto: Buwan ng Wika - "Filipino: Wika ng Pagkakaisa"

Mula sa Kagawaran ng Wikang Pilipino:

"Ngayong Buwan ng Wika 2014, ibinabandera ng Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino (KWF) ang halaga ng wikang Filipino bilang wikang nagbubuklod sa bansa. Filipino: Wika ng Pagkakaisa ang tema ng pagdiriwang ngayong taon na magtatampok ng mga gawaing pangwika at pangkultura na pangungunahan ng KWF sa buong bansa."

"Alinsunod ang pagdiriwang sa Proklamasyon Blg. 1041 na nilagdaan ni dating Pangulong Fidel Ramos. Ipinahahayag nito ang taunang pambansang pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa tuwing Agosto. Dagdag pa, ang dating Pangulong Manuel L. Quezon, na itinuturing na Ama ng Wikang Pambansa, ay isinilang noong 19 Agosto 1878. Sa bisa ng proklamasyong ito, nangunguna ang KWF sa pagsasagawa ng mga makabuluhan at napapanahong mga programang may kinalaman sa wika at kulturang Filipino."

Source: http://www.kwf.gov.ph/buwan-ng-wikang-pambansa-2014-2/

Friday, July 25, 2014

LearnARMM Orientation for Participating Schools

Please be informed that the research team had identified the learning centers and schools from 10 municipalities in Lanao Sur and 12 municipalities in Maguindanao who will be participating in the study.

A half-day LearnARMM Orientation on Mathematics and Literacy Testing is scheduled as follows:
Division
Maguindanao
Lanao Sur
Date
July 30, 2014
July 31, 2014
Venue
Estosan Hotel, Cotabato City
Crystal Inn, Iligan City
Time
:       9:00 – 11:30 A.M.
9:00 – 11:30 A.M.

Official DepEd participants are the district supervisors and heads of participating schools. Please refer to Table 1. List of Participating Schools in Lanao Sur I and II and Table 2. List of Participating Schools in Maguindanao I and II. BRAC will be in-charge of inviting their participants.

The specific objectives of this event are: (1) to familiarize all the stakeholders and participants with the aims of the Study and their role/s; (2) to discuss the role of assessment as a way to inform instruction; and (3) to understand how the data collected from the research may be used in the schools.

Training cost will be shouldered by the BEAM-ARMM BRAC ADM Component subject to the usual accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

Table 1. PARTICIPATING CENTERS/SCHOOLS IN
 LANAO DEL SUR
MUNICIPALITY
SCHOOLS WITH FIRST GRADE COHORTS
SCHOOLS WITH KINDER CLASSES

ADM CENTER
DEPED SCHOOL
ADM CENTER
DEPED SCHOOL
1.MARANTAO
Daana Ingud BLC
Daana Ingud ES
Daana Ingud BLC
Daana Ingud ES

Batal BLC
Batal ES
Batal BLC
Batal ES

Ragayan BLC
Cawayan ES
Diolangan Cawayan BLC
Cawayan ES
2. BALINDONG
Lalabuan BLC
Malaig ES
Bacayawan Proper BLC
Malaig ES

Dibarosan BLC
Balindong CES
Dibarosan BLC
Balindong CES
3. DITSAAN-RAMAIN
Lilod Rantian BLC
Rantian ES
Lilod Rantian BLC
Rantian ES

Bago Ingud BLC
Bayabao Ramain ES
Bago Ingud BLC
Bayabao Ramain ES

Gadongan BLC
Gadongan ES
Gadongan BLC
Gadongan ES
4. BUBONG
Basingan BLC
Batangan ES
Basingan BLC
Batangan ES

Dimayon BLC
Pantar Dimayon ES
Dimayon BLC
Pantar Dimayon ES

Diolangan BLC
Panalawan Montian CES
Bacolod BLC
Panalawan Montian CES

Rogero BLC
Rogero ES
Montian BLC
Rogero ES
5. MULONDO
Dalama BLC
Mulondo CES
Buadi Abala BLC
Mulondo CES
6. LUMBA BAYABAO
Bacolod BLC
Bacolod ES

Bacolod ES

Lama BLC



7. TUGAYA
Pantara Bato BLC
Tugaya CES

Tugaya CES
8. BACOLOD CALAWI
Madanding BLC
Bacolod CES
Gurain BLC

9. MASIU
Macabangun Lumbaba BLC
Masiu ES



Laila Lumbac BLC
Buadi Maloy ES


10. PIAGAPO
Pindolongan BLC
Bubo ES
Pagalamatam BLC



Pindolongan ES



Table 2. PARTICIPATING CENTERS/SCHOOLS IN MAGUINDANAO
MUNICIPALITY
SCHOOLS WITH FIRST GRADE COHORTS
SCHOOLS WITH KINDER CLASSES

ADM CENTER
DEPED SCHOOL
ADM CENTER
DEPED SCHOOL
1.DOS (MAG II)
Mantawil BLC
Sapalan ES
Tamlang BLC
Camp Ebrahim Sema ES



Sipot BLC
Pingiaman ES



Bunsal BLC
Kurintem ES
2.TALAYAN
Takembul BLC
Katibpunan ES
Sitio Project Site BLC
Tamar ES

Sitio Patulang BLC
Linamon Alikan Kalipa ES
Poblacion Talayan
Datu Midtimbang ES
3.GUINDULUNGAN
Lambayao BLC
Bagan ES
Tambunan II
Tambunan CES



Sitio Pansol
Macasampen ES
4.DATU SAUDI

Sitio Bangkat BLC
Pindilikang ES
Sitio Nebalawag BLC 
Madia ES
Satan ES

Sitio Daldap BLC
Kalimamis ES
Kitapok ES
Madia BLC
Dapiawan





5. SHARIFF AGUAK
Mantikayan BLC
Lapok ES



Mungkas BLC
Lapok ES



Patra Learning Center
Timbangan ES



Kalumpang Learning Center

Datu Unsay


6. MAMASAPANO
Sitio  Proper BLC
Tambunan Midtimbang ES
Sitio Amilil BLC
Hadji Salik Kalaing ES
7. SULTAN SA BARONGIS

Sitio Kawayan I BLC


Darampua ES

Sitio Damabago

Milab ES

Lebal BLC
Kulambo ES
Gadungan ES
Sitio Wato BLC
Darampua ES

Sitio Basak1
Bulod ES


8. AMPATUAN


Amulan BLC
Ampatuan ES
9. MANGUDADATU
Paitan BLC
Paitan Primary School
Tumbao BLC
Tumbao ES
10. PAGLAT
Balisa BLC
Lower Dalag BLC
Upper Balang ES

Banali BLC
Campos ES
Kurungan BLC
Upper Silling BLC
Lower I’dtig ES
Digal Bae Bagongan  ESPaglas ES
11. BULUAN
Uyag BLC
Upper Silling ES
Sikil BLC
Buluan Pilot ES



Sawa BLC
Datu Yuseff Paglas ES
12. DATU PAGLAS
Magapisa BLC
Datu Paglas ES



Quarry BLC
Bunawan ES



In view of the upcoming Eid al Fitr holidays come Monday and Tuesday, please consider this announcement official. Signed memo will follow. For further clarification, please contact Regional Assessment Unit chief Anna Zorilla.  

"Matuwid na pamamahala tungo sa ARMM sa masagana't mapayapa"

English - "Good governance for a progressive and peaceful ARMM."

Sinama - "Hap pamarinta tudju ARMM na sambu maka salamat"

Bahasa Sug - "Dan mabuntul tudju pa ARMM masambu iban mahatul"

Meranaw - "Mathitu a kandatu sa ARMM ko katagompiya go kalilintad"