MPNAG carries off learners’ absenteeism, relaunches Project TARDI
by: Kyla Mae A. Rebay, MPNAG Campus Journalist
INSPIRED by the Schools Division of Mandaluyong’s battlecry “Batang MANDunong: Walang Maiiwan. Kabahagi ng Bilang.”, Mataas na Paaralang Neptali A. Gonzales (MPNAG) has relaunched Project TARDI (Time, Articulated Reinforcement in Developing Improvement) to address learners’ absenteeism for School Year 2021-2022.
The five-year-old Project TARDI aims to address the learner’s tardiness by finding out the various reasons why some students are having a hard time attending their classes.
The said project also provides identified students at risk intervention activities to cope with the missed outputs and activities in their respective classes.
Implementers also go to their learners’ houses through a scheduled home visitation activity and hold conversation with the parents or home learning partners to guide them on how to assist their children in accomplishing the class outputs and tasks.
Mr. Henry A. Sabidong, MPNAG principal, commended the proponents and implementers for their untiring efforts to ensure that no learners should be left behind.
Some of the implementers were Mrs. Mary Ann Yusi, Grade 11; Mrs. Mailyn Almeida Patricio, Grade 12; Ms. Maria Terresa Carranza, prefect for reinforcement and Mr. Rhyan O. Medina, assistant principal for senior high school.