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    LUBANG VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Lubang, Occidental Mindoro

    Revised 2012

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    FOREWORD

    This handbook is design to assist and guide every student of

    Lubang Vocational High School during his/ her studies in this school.

    The handbook contains information on the following:

    I. Brief History of Lubang Vocational High School

    II. LVHS Philosophy, Vision, Mission, Goal, and Objectives.

    III. Curriculum and Instruction

    IV. Courses offering

    V. Admission Requirements

    VI. Transfer of Students

    VII. Academic Requirements

    a. Promotion and Retention

    b. Examinations

    c. Special Examinations

    d. Grading System

    e. Selection of Honors

    VIII. Competency Assessment

    IX. Students Right, Duties and Responsibilities

    a. Right

    b. Duties and Responsibilities

    X. Student and Ancilliary Services

    a. Guidance Services

    b. Medical Services

    c. School Canteen

    d. Library Services

    e. Student Safety and Security

    XI. Approved Organization

    a. Class Organization

    b. Club Organization

    c. Supreme Student Government Organization

    XII. Norms of Conduct

    a. Uniform / ID Card

    b. Haircut Policy

    c. Attendance

    d. Students Behavior and Conduct

    XIII. Rules of Conduct and Student Discipline

    XIV. Disciplinary Sanctions

    XV. Forms

    e. Excuse Letter

    f. Admission Slip

    g. Medical Certificate

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    BRIEF HISTORY OF LUBANG VOCATIONAL HIGH

    SCHOOL

    The Lubang Vocational High School traces its roots from

    1967 by virtue of Housebill 110, Rep. Act 5038, sponsored by

    Honorable Congressman Pedro D. Medalla. It was formally started

    in July 15, 1971 at Tilik, Lubang, Occidental Mindoro, with 8 male

    enrollees and 3 teachers as pioneers of the school which was placed

    under the supervision of Mr. Cefres the Principal of Bongabon

    School of Fisheries and by Superintendent Antonio Ganir of MINAS,

    Alcate, Victoria, Oriental Mindoro.

    In December 1971, four students left while the other four

    also dropped in January 1972, So, the school was temporarily

    closed.

    On July 5, 1972, the school was reopened and was housed

    at Mr. Rolando Abeledas residence. On the day itself, Mrs. Melania

    Pacheco, the District Supervisor of Lubang, offered one room in

    LubangCentral School. When Mr. Porfirio Banzuelo, the new

    Principal, arrived a makeshift room was made in the same school

    site while the office was housed at Mr. Cenon Torrelizas house.

    In the school year 1973 1974 it was transferred to Mr.

    Liberato Tiatsons residence.

    In the school year 1974 1975, the first batch of female

    students enrolled showing an abrupt increase of enrolment. Due to

    this increase, additional residences of Mr. Luis Masangkay and Mrs.

    Juana Torreliza were rented from June 4, 1974 to July 28, 1974.

    July 29, 1974 marked the beginning of Lubang Vocational

    High School in its own site which is located one kilometer from the

    town proper. The six hectare school site was bought from Mrs.

    Maria Malabanan Abeleda. In that same year, a shop building

    housing the related and vocational classes was constructed as well

    as the Marcos type building used for offices and supply room.

    In June 1975, Mr. Hermenigildo F. Tayco replaced Mr.

    Porfirio Banzuelo. Six building were constructed to house the

    immensely increasing enrolment. A water tank, concrete fence and

    power house were added to the school facilities. The track and field

    oval was laid out for sporting purposes.

    On March 20, 1990 as provided by Act No. 2706, as

    amended and Batas Pambansa Blg. 232 ( Education Act of 1982)

    with Government Permit ( R IV ) No. TV P 014 TV P 015,

    s.1990, the school was officially granted the status of a Post-

    Secondary bearing its present name. Three additional buildings were

    constructed to house the Technical classes.

    In 1991, Mrs. Marita Tamayosa an alumna of LVHS was

    designated Officer-in-Charge upon Mr. Taycos retirement. On

    September 9, 1992, Mr. Carlos M. Prades Jr, a former faculty

    member succeeded the principalship. Mr. Prades made additional

    improvement in the school plant and facilities. Three classroom

    buildings for the Technical Education classes, and a guest house

    were constructed. Rearrangement of classrooms was made to

    facilitate administration of school functions and services. A service

    truck and jeep were purchased for the Automotive classes. In 2001,

    the Trade Technical Courses were closed due to failure of

    accrediting courses. In 2003, a power cab was donated by Mayor

    Juan M. Sanchez. In hosting the 2003 Provincial Meet, a grandstand

    improvement of the oval and road leading to various parts of the

    school plant were made. In spite of the changes of supervision by

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    the educational hierarchy the school maintained its Technical-

    Vocational Education Program up to its present status, the

    Strenghtened Technical-Vocational Education Program.

    Mr. Carlos M. Prades Jr. retired on December 31, 2009 and Mrs.

    Marita A. Tamayosa was again designated as OIC. In May Mrs.

    Tamayosa applied for a leave of absence due to health problem and

    Mrs. Teresita I. Sales was designated OIC in her absence.

    Mrs. Marita A. Tamayosa was then officially appointed as

    Principal II on February 1, 2012.

    The problems that LVHS meet are the lack of feeder schools

    and entrance of few above average enrollees. But in spite of the

    problems met, it stands firm at the time of crisis because it has a

    strong work force composed of dedicated innovative, loyal,

    responsible, involved, committed and cooperative teachers and

    office staff supported by town officials and its people.

    The challenge that LVHS meets today in its continuing

    existence is the strengthening of technical-vocational education

    curriculum supportive to the national/ regional development goals

    such that its major concern is matching the quality and quantity of

    manpower to the demands and requirements of national and

    regional development as well as to increase capabilities for

    entrepreneurial endeavor.

    After 40 years of fruitful community services, LVHS

    produced graduates who are excelling in their field of specialization

    working here and abroad serving as schools pride and propaganda.

    LVHS PHILOSOPHY, VISION, MISSION, GOAL AND

    OBJECTIVES

    PHILOSOPHY

    A Technical Vocational Secondary Education Program that

    provides utmost development of the individual as a total person

    equipped with technical vocational and academic competencies,

    proper work ethnics and desirable values that will make the person

    economically- stable, responsible, law abiding citizen, productive,

    and competitive in the world of work.

    VISION

    LUBANG Vocational High School is a demand driven institution

    committed to produce graduates with competencies, training and

    values for higher learning, entrepreneurship and life long gainful

    employment fit for the global workplace.

    MISSION

    LUBANG Vocational High School with the stakeholders will

    cooperatively work to equip students with technical- vocational

    training and skills and academic know how to prepare them for

    the demands of the community and workplace.

    GOAL

    LUBANG Vocational High School which produces graduates who are

    effectively responding to the demands of the competitive world of

    work through highly trained competent personnel.

    OBJECTIVES

    a. Provide career option to students through the

    Strengthened Technical and Vocational Educational

    Program.

    b. Equip students with certifiable technical-vocational,

    industrial and other relevant skills to be productive citizens

    of the country.

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    c. Improve students performance in skills and academic

    competence, achievement tests, accreditation and

    equivalency for certification purposes and in the actual

    world of work.

    Upgrade the competency of technical-vocational teachers in

    the delivery of basic and certifiable skills in the different

    technical-vocational courses through skills trainings,

    seminars and formal studies.

    CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

    COMPETENCY BASED CURRICULUM

    The LUBANG VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL adopt the Strengthened

    Technical Vocational Education Program (STVEP) using the

    Competency- Based Curriculum (CBC). It is a framework or guide for

    the subsequent detailed development of curriculum and associated

    methodologies and training and assessment resources. The CBC

    specifies outcomes which are consistent with the requirements of

    the workplace as a agreed through the industry or community

    consultations.

    CURRICULUM DESIGN

    Following the competency- based curriculum under the

    Strengthened Technical Vocational Education Program

    (STVEP), the first year level offering is exploratory focusing