Guidelines on the Utilization of Additional Maintenance and Other Operating Expenses (MOOE) for the Secondary Expansion Schools Offering SPS
In addition to their regular Maintenance and Other Operating
Expenses (MOOE), the seventeen (17) secondary expansion schools
implementing the Special Program in Sports (SPS) shall be granted a
maximum of Five Hundred Thousand Pesos (PhP500,000.00) subsidy for the
effective delivery of service to the potentially talented high school
students in sports, for the School Year (SY) 2011-2012. Please see
enclosed list of new recipients of the subsidy.
(The subsidy shall be released directly to the recipient schools with fiscal autonomy or through the schools division offices for those schools without fiscal autonomy pursuant to the provisions of the Department of Education-Department of Budget and Management (DepEd-DBM) Joint Circular No. 2004-1 entitled, The Guidelines on the Direct Release of Funds to Regional Offices and Implementing Units.
The additional MOOE shall be specifically used for the following subsidies:
Percentage of the Subsidy
Allowable Activity under MOOE
Training of teachers and administrators on relevant topics on sports
Procurement of sports supplies (i.e. athletic uniforms, etc.)
Procurement of instructional materials in SPS
Student development activities such as trainings, workshops, participation in DepEd-approved competitions in sports including travel allowance of students during trainings/competitions.
Participation in the DepEd-sponsored scholarships; professional upgrading of teachers including enrolment in master's degree programs in sports
To ensure that the financial subsidy is rationally utilized and be recommended for its continued release to recipient schools, the concerned school heads shall comply with the following effective SY 2011-2012:
All recipient schools shall receive a fixed allocation of Two Hundred Ninety Thousand Pesos (PhP290,000.00) and a variable allocation computed at Five Hundred Pesos (PhP500.00) per student, which can be downloaded to the school upon submission of enrolment report for SY 2011-2012;
The recipient school shall conduct a yearly mentoring training program to other schools within the division/region specifically in the forty (40) priority divisions which intend to implement the same programs as well as to provide access to other schools to the equipment and facilities in order to improve their learning outcomes;
The beneficiaries of the program must continue to participate in national or international competitions/events; and
The student-beneficiaries must attain a mean percentage score (MPS) above the national average in the National Achievement Test (NAT).
The recipient schools must provide the Bureau of Secondary Education (BSE) their Liquidation Report on the Utilization of the Financial Subsidy as well as report on Item No. 4. Non-compliance shall result in the suspension of subsidy.
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