The people who are taking part are in their pre-adolescence , females, Roman Catholics, Ilocano have fathers who are at the elementary levels and mothers who have college degrees with dads that are farmer, mothers who work as housekeepers with a low income. They are part of families with medium size and live in concrete homes with inadequate sanitation facilities, and have not received the vaccinations.
They also enjoy good health practice at home at the school, as well as in the community. A similar group of people have extremely satisfactory sanitation practices at home, at school, and have satisfactory sanitation practices in the local community.
The respondents are proficient in their academic performance.
The sanitation and health practices of respondents vary when they are classified according to certain parameters.
The performance of students differs when they are divided by gender, parents job, income of the family and the number of vaccinations taken, but not in line with age, ethnicity, the number of members of the family, type of house and amount in sanitation services.
A significant connection exists between sanitation and health practices of people who are surveyed.
A significant correlation exists between the health of the students sanitation and hygiene practices as well as the academic results they achieve.
Based on the findings and conclusions, the following suggestions are provided: