In compliance to Regional Memorandum No. 280 s. 2021, the school  was able to administer Learning Assurance for Monitoring and Progress (LAMP) as pilot testing for the year-end assessment to measure learning outcomes on June-16-19, 2021. It  aimed to provide a baseline data on the current situation of the learners in a remote learning environment. Learner volunteers from Grades-7 and 11 took the test and they were  Gabriell Yvan M. Abarquez,  Ellysah Juliet A. Sinco, and Jhiro T. Tamayo in Grade -7 level. Justine B. Buhat, Eunice B. Santos and Jonalyn Mosquito in Grade 11 level.They took the Part A  test which has 50 items and B which has 50 items also, for 3 hours in Grade-7 and 3 hours and 10 minutes in Grade-11, respectively.The subjects  administered were Filipino, English, Math, Science, Araling Panlipunan, and Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao.

          “The exam is for one attempt only and will automatically close as soon as the time has expired. It is advised that the learner make sure that the internet connectivity is safe before they take the test.” Mr. Terrence Reyes, LIS Coor, said during the orientation prior to the test.The learners who did not have gadgets were provided by the school as part of the support to the test takers. Dr. Efren E. Canzana, PSDS/OIC-Principal, instructed the coordinator in charge of the year-end assessment to conduct proper orientation and assessment of needs of learners  for the  test. ROGER B. ESCARILLA