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Attention:

MR. RODEL A. CADIENTE


In- Charge of the Report
Division of Rizal
District of Pililla
NIOGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

NARRATIVE AND PICTORIAL REPORTS ON SUSTAINABLE FOOD


PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
SY: 2014-2015
Elementary Agriculture is the teaching of agriculture, natural resources, and
land management through hands on experience and guidance to prepare students
for entry level jobs of to further education to prepare them for advanced agricultural
jobs. It is taught in public schools and deals with such subjects as how plants and
animals grow and how soil is farmed and conserved. School gardens are cultivation
areas or school laboratories around or near schools, for production of fruits and
vegetables and may include small scale animal husbandry and fishery, greening
flowering and shading. The promotion of school gardens usually aims towards
different objectives, giving pupils knowledge and skills for better agricultural
productivity and sustainable agricultural practices, giving environmental education
a sustainable and practical dimension, change attitudes towards agriculture and
rural life, and increase school attendance school feeding and create income and
improving food diversity to combat micronutrient deficiencies among
school
children and improve overall food security.
Here, pupils learned how to plant different kinds of vegetables and how to
take care of them. They are the one who watered and took care of vegetables
planted in the school- like petchay, mustard, eggplants, tomatoes, sili, patola and
malunggay.
The production of fruits and vegetables in the school garden and the
subsequent preparation of healthy in close cooperation with the parents within the
school premises can address the he health and nutrition problems in the school. But
the greater problem of malnutrition, especially among children is that it ultimately
leads to stunted mental and physical growth, poor comprehension and lower
performance in school. According to the teachers many children come to school with
an empty stomach. Hungry, unhealthy children cannot concentrate on learning.
The vegetables that were being harvested were sold to the community and
others were used in the Free Feeding Program and through this program, our pupils
became healthier, attentive and they are performing better in school.
Pupils not only learned how to reproduce vegetables but they were
encouraged to eat green and leafy vegetables as well. So, vegetable production
through Elementary Agriculture must be given emphasis.
Prepared by:
MR. KIM ALVIN C. DE LARA
Sch
ool EA Coordinator
CERTIFIED TRUE AND CORRECT:
DR. MARY ANN A. RUBIO
Principal
NOTED:

DR. GREGORIO O. MACAWILE


District Supervisor
:

MR. RODEL A. CADIENTE


In- Charge of the Report
Division of Rizal
District of Pililla
NIOGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
NARRATIVE AND PICTORIAL REPORTS ON SUSTAINABLE FOOD
PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
SY: 2014-2015