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|Tinago National High School|
Pambansang Mataas na Paaralan ng Tinago
Naga City, Camarines Sur
|Type||Public National High School|
|Principal||Ms. Sonia D. Teran, Ph. D|
|Grades||7 to 12|
|Enrollment||611 (School Year 2010-2011)|
|Color(s)||Blue and white|
Tinago National High School is a public national high school in Naga City, Bicol Region, Philippines. It is the seventh established public secondary high school in the Division of Naga City. It was founded in 2002, and its current principal is Ms. Sonia D. Teran, Ph.D.
Tinago National High Schools’ beginning is traced back on October 25, 2001 when Mayor Jesse M. Robredo instructed Mr. Pablo Marpuri and Mr. Pedro I. Pelonio Jr., the previous principals of Tinago Central School, and Mr. Herman E. Bobis, Education Supervisor I, to conduct a study on the possibility of opening a high school site in the area. The area was positively met by the then Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Amy O. Oyardo, Tinago Barangay Council, and Tinago Central School PTA. After continuous, vigorous and rigorous follow-up, the dream came into fruition when Hon. Edilberto C. De Jesus, the then DepED Secretary approved the application for establishment on September 23, 2002.
The city government of Naga supported the school with legislations ensuring that the institution push through with its educational mission. Enrolment for first year reached 129 on June 2002. The pioneering group was temporarily administered by Camarines Sur National High School. Teachers from the said school were deployed at Tinago National High School. By School Year 2003-2004, the school became independent and was headed by Mr. Sulpicio C. Alferez III . Mr. Hommer B. Celeste led the school in 2004 up to 2005, with Eleven (11) Teachers, one office staff and 420 students from first year to third year. In School Year 2007-2008, it has registered a total number of 742 students from first year to fourth year, with 25 teachers, one office staff, one security officer, and Teacher-in-Charge, Mr. Mariano B. De Guzman. At present, its enrolment totals to 611, with 24 Teachers (17 Regular Permanent, 7 Locally Funded), 4 Non-teaching Staff (1 Administrative Aide, 2 Security Guards, 1 Utility Worker) with Dr. Sonia D. Teran as the School Principal.
|Subject Area||Grade 7||Grade 8||Grade 9||Grade 10|
|English||Grammar, Communication Skills, and Filipino Literature||Grammar, Communication Skills, and Afro-Asian Literature||Grammar, Communication Skills, and Anglo-American Literature||Grammar, Communication Skills, and World Literature|
|Filipino||Filipino 7; Ibong Adarna||Filipino 8; Florante at Laura||Filipino 9; Noli Me Tangere||Filipino 10; El Filibusterismo|
|Social Studies||Araling Panlipunan 7 (Philippine History)||Araling Panlipunan 8 (Asian History)||Araling Panlipunan 9 (World History)||Araling Panlipunan 10 (Economics)|
|Science||Integrated Science; Earth and Environmental Science||Biology||Chemistry||Physics|
|Mathematics||Elementary Algebra||Intermediate Algebra||Geometry||Statistics, Advance Algebra and Trigonometry|
|Technology and Livelihood Education||Drafting I-IV||Foods and Food Services I-IV||Cosmetology I-IV||Informations and Communications Technology ( ICT ) I-IV|
|MAPEH||Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health 7||Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health 8||Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health 9||Music, Arts, Physical Education, and Health 10|
|Values Education||Values Education 7||Values Education 8||Values Education 9||Values Education 10|
|Subject Area||Grade 7||Grade 8||Grade 9||Grade 10|
|English||Carolina D. Parro||Maricris I. Navarro||Joyce T. de Guzman||Joyce T. de Guzman|
|Filipino||Vanessa Jean V. Aguilar||Marites A. Ofemia||Vanessa Jean V. Aguilar||Marites A. Ofemia, Arlene G. Padrique|
|Araling Panlipunan||Paglaom A. Sta. Maria||Sheryl A. Martinez||Chona D. Peralta||Chona D. Peralta|
|Science||Ma. Theresa P. Salvan, Manuel V. Palaya Jr.||Jennifer G. Nachor, Rodora DC. Nebres||Rodora DC. Nebres||Manuel V. Palaya Jr.|
|Mathematics||Aileen A. Belo||Zillah G. Apuada||Michel P. Basister||Michel P. Basister|
|Technology and Livelihood Education||Drafting: Evelyn A. Cañutal||FFS: Ma. Pia C. Atutubo||Cosmetology: Jovinet N. Pacardo||ICT: Rose M. de Matta|
|MAPEH||Ma. Josie D. Audian||Ma. Josie D. Audian, Jovert R. Frondoso, Sheryl A. Martinez||Christine N. Roco||Christine N. Roco|
|Values Education||Arlene G. Padrique||Evelyn A. Cañutal, Rose M. de Matta||Jovinet N. Pacardo, Ma. Pia C. Atutubo||Jovert R. Frondoso|
The school is presently having seventeen (17) permanent teachers and six (6) locally funded teachers. Under the permanent positions, there were three teachers who are in the T-III position and the rest with a T-II or T-I position. Since year 2001, teachers were still continuing to upgrade their educational achievement. Most of them are continuing their post graduate study and one (1) of them is pursuing a law study. There were two (2) security guards in the school, one (1) is funded by the city government and the other is supported by the PTA. One (1) utility worker is assigned and one (1) staff who served as the office secretary.
|1||ATUTUBO, Maria Pia C.||T-II||TLE||TLE, Val.Ed|
|2||AUDIAN, Ma.Josie D.||T-I||TLE||MAPEH|
|3||BASISTER, Michel P.||T-II||Math||Math|
|4||BELO, Aileen A.||T-III||Math||Math|
|5||CAÑUTAL, Evelyn A.||T-I||TLE||TLE, Val.Ed|
|6||DE GUZMAN, Joyce T.||T-I||English||English|
|7||DE MATTA, Rose M.||T-III||Computer Science||TLE-ICT, Val.Ed|
|8||MARTINEZ, Sheryl A.||T-I||History||Asian History, MAPEH|
|9||NACHOR, Jennifer G.||T-I||Biology||Biology|
|10||NEBRES, Rodora DC.||T-I||Biology-Chemistry||Biology, Chemistry|
|11||OFEMIA, Marites M.||T-III||Filipino||Filipino|
|12||PALAYA, Manuel Jr. V.||T-I||Physics||Physics, GenSci|
|13||PARRO, Carolina D.||T-I||English||English|
|14||PERALTA, Chona D.||T-II||History||World & Economics|
|15||ROCO, Christine N.||T-I||MAPEH||MAPEH|
|16||SALVAN, Ma. Theresa T.||T-II||Gen. Science||Gen. Sci, Biology|
|17||STA. MARIA, Paglaom A.||T-I||History||Philippine History|
|1||AGUILAR, Vanessa Jean V.||T-I||Filipino||Filipino|
|2||APUADA, Zillah G.||T-I||Math||Math|
|3||FRONDOSO, Jovert R.||T-I||TLE||MAPEH, Val.Ed|
|4||NAVARRO, Maricris I.||T-I||English||English|
|5||PACARDO, Jovinet N.||T-I||TLE||TLE, Val.Ed|
|6||PADRIQUE, Arlene G.||T-I||Filipino||Filipino, Val.Ed|
The following services are evident in the school:
|a. School Publication||1||1||1|
|b. Guidance services available||1||1||1|
|c. Counseling services available||1||1||1|
|d. Coaching services||1||1||1|
|e. Remediation program conducted||1||1||1|
|f. Review classes organized||14||13||16|
|g. Student government organization/clubs||5||9||7|
There are only two (2) recognized DepEd organizations that are actively working in the school, namely, the SSG and the Tinago Chronicle( School Publication). The rest of the clubs/orgs were organized to assist school activities. As mandated by the DepEd, activities monthly are being held which some of the activities in the school are redundant and not synchronized before. The following needs are given emphasis to satisfy the studentry:
1. Synchronized student activities conducted by different organizations. 2. Active involvement/participation of the students in the approved school organization.
|No.||Name of Organization||Year Organized||Org. President/ Chairman||Year/ Section||Org. Adviser|
|1||Supreme Student Government (SSG)*||2002||Angelo S. Melgar||IV - A Rizal||Rose M. de Matta|
|1a||SSG - Student Police Patrol**||2011||John Michael Cervantes***||IV - A Rizal||Rose M. de Matta|
|2||Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O)*||2008||Jasper B. Brutas||IV - B Mabini||Jennifer G. Nachor|
|3||Student Technologists and Entrepreneurs of the Philippines (STEP)*||2007||Domenick R. Alvarez||IV - A Rizal||Rose M. de Matta|
|4||Tinago Chronicle ( School Paper)*||2006||N/A||N/A||Maricris I. Navarro|
|5||Language Club||2011||Argie L. Segui||IV - C Bonifacio||Joyce T. de Guzman|
|6||Mathematics Club||2007||Rolly B. de la Paz||IV - A Rizal||Michel P. Basister|
|7||Athletics/ Sports Club**||2011||Mark Angelo DJ. Obal||IV - A Rizal||Christine N. Roco|
note: ** - Organizations created by the SSG in 2011, *** - OIC
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