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Department of Education
Region III
City Schools Division of Mabalacat
DAPDAP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mabalacat City
Individual P...
3. Evaluate teachers’ performance regularly on
matters pertaining to enhancement of classroom
management, skills and instr...
2. Decreasethefollowing:
a. RepetitionRate
b. Drop-out Rate
c. FailureRate
d. RetentionRate
e. Non-numerates
f. Non-reader...
2. Organize andconductsINSETs.
3. Provide opportunities for professional and
personalenhancement.
June2015-
March2016
June...
tional) or designated as
school/cluster leaders for
the schoolyear;
2- 55%-69% of the
teachers served as
participants/reso...
2. Meetparents regularlyto confer/inform about
schoolaccomplishments.
3. Involve internalstakeholdersspecificallyparents
i...
year; and
1- Improved/Maintained
54% and below of the
school/classroom physical
facilities within the school
year.
Educati...
3. Consolidate, analyze and utilize data to organize
class programs, distribute teaching loads, plan
appropriateandneededi...
2. Acquire additional resources to improve school
learning environment through school-initiated
activitiesand projects
Jun...
Department of Education
Region III
City Schools Division of Mabalacat
DAPDAP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mabalacat City
Individual P...
3. Evaluate teachers’ performance quarterly on
matters pertaining to enhancement of classroom
management, skills and instr...
e. CompletionRate-84.28%
f. GraduationRate-100%
g. PromotionRate-97.54%
2. Decreasethefollowing:
a. RepetitionRate-0.68%
b...
Development 1. Assess training needs of all teachers during the
schoolyear.
2. Organize and conduct at least five INSETs w...
c. Certificateof Appearance/Participation
III. Teachersas school/clusterleaders
a. Designationof Teachersasschool/subject/...
Basic Requirements:
a. Program/Invitation
b. Attendance Sheet
c. Written/AccomplishmentReport
d. Letters of donationand Pr...
year;
2- Improved/Maintained
55%-69% of the
school/classroom physical
facilities within the school
year; and
1- Improved/M...
3. Consolidate, analyze and utilize data to organize
class programs, distribute teaching loads, plan
appropriateandneededi...
1. Participate at least 5 trainings, seminars or
workshops within the school year (division, regional
or national).
2. Acq...
RATER: RATEE: APPROVING AUTHORITY:
MA. IRELYN P. TAMAYO, Ph.D. BENILDA R. TUAZON ESTELITA G. PINEDA, CESO V
OIC- Asst. Sch...
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Sample RPMS for Principal I to IV

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Sample RPMS for Principal I to IV

  1. 1. Department of Education Region III City Schools Division of Mabalacat DAPDAP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mabalacat City Individual Performance Commitment and Review Name ofEmployee: BENILDA R. TUAZON Name ofRater: MA. IRELYN P. TAMAYO, Ph.D. Position: PRINCIPAL III Position: OIC- ASST. SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT Review Period: June 2015 Date ofReview: March 2016 Bureau/Center/Service/Division: CITYSCHOOLS DIVISION OF MABALACAT TO BE FILLEDIN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED IN DURING EVALUATION MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT PER KRA PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE Q E T Ave. Basic Education Services I. Instructional Leadership 1. Lead in the preparation, completion and submissionof the followingdocuments: a. SchoolYear InstructionalSupervisoryPlan; b. MonthlySupervisory Plans; c. Annual ImplementationPlan(AIP); d. Year-End AccomplishmentReport;and e. SchoolReportCard. 2. ImplementtheInstructionalandSupervisory Plan. June 2015- March 2016 June 2015- March 2016 20% 10% 5% Prepared, completed and submittedvarious reports: 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documents are missing; 2- If 3 documents are missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. 5- Ten (10) MPMR correctly and completely accomplished; 4- Seven (7)- nine (9) MPMR correctly and completelyaccomplished; a. SchoolYear InstructionalSupervisory Plan; b. MonthlySupervisory Plans; c. Annual ImplementationPlan (AIP); d. Year-End AccomplishmentReport; and e. SchoolReportCard. MonthlyProgress MonitoringReport (MPMR)
  2. 2. 3. Evaluate teachers’ performance regularly on matters pertaining to enhancement of classroom management, skills and instructional competence andto non-teachingpersonnelforsupportservices. June 2015- March 2016 5% 3- Four (4) -Six (6) MPMR correctly and completely accomplished; 2- One (1)- Three (3) MPMR correctly and completely accomplished; and 1- No MPMR correctly and completelyaccomplished. 5-100% of the teachers were observed two to four timeswithina year; 4- 85%-99% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 3- 70%-84% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 2- 55%-69% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; and 1- 54% and below of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year. a. Copiesof used Teaching-Learning ObservationGoalor any supervisory tool. b. Report on Post Conferencessignedby the observer and conform bythe teacher observed c. Copyof Teacher’s PerformanceRating d. Picturesif any Basic Education Services II. Learning Environment 1. Increase/Maintainthefollowing: a. schoolMPS b. NAT Results c. ParticipationRate d. Cohort-Survival Rate e. CompletionRate f. GraduationRate g. PromotionRate June2015- March2016 20% 8% 5- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on ALL indicators; 4- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on seven (7) indicators; 3- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on six (6) indicators; 2- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on a. Consolidated Project IDEALs b. NAT Results c. Performance Indicatorsspecifically: -participationrate -cohort-survival rate -completionrate -graduationrate -promotionrate
  3. 3. 2. Decreasethefollowing: a. RepetitionRate b. Drop-out Rate c. FailureRate d. RetentionRate e. Non-numerates f. Non-readers g. Severely wasted 3. Maintain safe, desirable and child friendly learningandschoolenvironmentforpupils/learners. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 7% 5% five (5) indicators;and 1- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on four (4) indicators. 5- Decreased/Maintained 0% onALL indicators; 4- Decreased/Maintained 0% onsix (6) indicators; 3- Decreased/Maintained 0% onfive(5) indicators; 2- Decreased/Maintained 0% onfour (4) indicators; and 1- Decreased/Maintained 0% onthree (3) indicators. 5- Conducted Five(5) activities with supporting documents; 4- Conducted Five(5) activities if one (1) documentismissing; 3- Conducted Five(5) activities if two (2) documentaremissing; 2- Conducted Five(5) activities without supporting documents; 1- Conducted Four(4) activities with supporting documents. a. Performance Indicatorsspecifically: -repetitionrate -drop-outrate -failurerate -retentionrate b. Results on ZNN, PHIL-IRI and FIL-IRI. c. Nutritional Status Report (Initial and End Line) Activities such as: a. IndependenceDay b. Nutrition Month c. Buwanng Wika d. Escodaday e. Investiture f. EarthquakeDrill g. Sports Day but not limited to the aforementioned undertakings. Basic Requirements: a. Program/Tarpauline b. Narrative Report c. AdvocacyActivities d. Pictures Education Governance III. HumanResource Managementand Development 1. Assess trainingneedsof teachers. June2015- March2016 20% 5% 5-Assessed 100% of the teachers; 4- Assessed 85%-99% of the teachers; 3- Assessed 70%-84% of the teachers; a. Copies of Teacher’s Strength and Needs Assessment b. School Head’s Individual Plan for Professional
  4. 4. 2. Organize andconductsINSETs. 3. Provide opportunities for professional and personalenhancement. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 10% 5% 2- Assessed 55%-69% of the teachers;and 1- Assessed 54%and belowof the teachers. 5- Conductedatleast five (5) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments; 4- ConductedFour(4) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments;; 3- ConductedFour(4)with ALL the supporting documents;; 2- Conducted Four(4) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments;and 1- ConductedThree(3) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments. 5-100% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; 4- 85%-99% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; 3- 70%-84% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na Development(SPPD) a. SchoolPlanfor PreparedSchool-In- ServiceTrainingsbased on SPPD b. SchoolMemorandum c. TrainingDesign d. Program d. Registration e. Attendance Sheet f. Certificates g. Post Training Evaluation e. Pictures COPIES of the followingdocuments: I. Teacher as Resource Speaker/Trainersin SchoolINSETs/Division Training: a. Invitation Letter b. Program c. Certificateof Recognition/Appearance II. Teacher as Trainee/Participantsin SchoolINSETs/Division Training: a. Memorandum b. TravelOrder c. Certificateof Appearance/Participation
  5. 5. tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; 2- 55%-69% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; and 1- 54% and below of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear. III. Teachersas school/clusterleaders a. Designationof Teachersas school/subject/cluster leader b. Accomplishment/Annual Report Education Governance IV. Parents’ Involvementand Community Partnership 1. Establish linkageswithexternalstakeholdersin organizingandimplementingschool activities/projects/programs. June2015- March2016 15% 5% 5- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs with supporting documents; 4- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if one (1) document is missing; 3- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if two (2) documents are missing; 2- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if three (3) documents are missing;and 1- Accomplished at least Activities such as: a. DengueSymposium b. FeedingProgram c. Gift Giving d. OutreachProgram e. CommunityProject f. Adopt-a-School g. BrigadaEskwela h. FamilyDay but not limited to the aforementioned school activities/programs/proje cts Basic Requirements: a. Program/Invitation b. Attendance Sheet c. Written/Accomplishment Report d. Letters of donation
  6. 6. 2. Meetparents regularlyto confer/inform about schoolaccomplishments. 3. Involve internalstakeholdersspecificallyparents in improvingschool’sphysicalfacilities. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 5% three (3) school activities/projects/programs if four (4) documents are missing. 5- Conducted at least five (5) stakeholders’ meeting with supporting documents; 4- Conducted four (4) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments; 3- Conducted three (3) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments; 2- Conducted two (2) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments;and 1- Conductedone(1) stakeholders’meeting with supportingdocuments. 5- Improved/Maintained 100% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; 4- Improved/Maintained 85%-99% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; 3- Improved/Maintained 70%-84% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; 2- Improved/Maintained 55%-69% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school andProof of Donation e. Pictures Activities such as: a. PTA General Assembly b. Parent-Teacher Conference c. Stakeholders’Meeting but not limited to the aforementioned school activities/rpograms/proje cts Basic Requirements: a. Attendance Sheet b. Minutes of the Meeting/Progress Reports c. Pictures a. School/Classroom Projectssuchas: -repairs -donations -labor-services Basic Requirements: a. Attendance Sheet b. Letter or Proof of donation/commitment c. Pictures d. CompletionReport e. FinancialReport
  7. 7. year; and 1- Improved/Maintained 54% and below of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year. Education Governance V. School Leadership Managementand Operations 1. Utilize judiciously the school MOOE to satisfy mandatedobligationsandmeetpriorities. 2. Mediates and ensures resolution of conflicts in school. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 20% 10% 5% 5- Utilized 100% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 4- Utilized 85%-99% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 3- Utilized 70%-84% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 2- Utilized 55%-69% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; and 1- Utilized 54% and below of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supportedby evidences. 5- Facilitated and resolved 100% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 4- Facilitated and resolved 85%-99% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 3- Facilitated and resolved a. UpdatedMOOE TransparencyBoard b. MOOELiquidation Reports c. Pictures e. Certificateof Merit(if awarded/available) a. Approved School GrievanceCommittee b. Procedureinhandling actualgrievanceand signedby the Grievance Committee c. Consolidated GrievanceCommittee Report
  8. 8. 3. Consolidate, analyze and utilize data to organize class programs, distribute teaching loads, plan appropriateandneededinterventions June2015- March2016 5% 70%-84% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 2- Facilitated and resolved 55%-69% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents;and 1- Facilitated and resolved 54% and below of the school conflicts for the current year with supportingdocuments. 5- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 100% of school data efficiently and effectively; 4- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 85%-99% of school data efficiently and effectively; 3- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 70%-84% of school data efficiently and effectively; 2- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 55%-69% of school data efficiently and effectively; and 1- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 54% and below of school data efficiently andeffectively. a. Pictureof correct, completeandupdated andschoolEMIS b. Logbookon EMIS Utilization c. Memorandum/Letter on the Utilizationof the EMIS data (e.g. Remediationprogramin numeracyorreading after analysing dataon pupils’numeracyor readinglevel) d. Class/ GeneralClass Programs Plus Factors 1. Participate in training, seminars or workshops within the school year (division, regional or national). June2015- March2016 5% 2% 5- Attended at least 5 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level withinthe schoolyear; 4- Attended 4 trainings, a. Memorandum b. Certificateof Appearance c. Certificateof Participation
  9. 9. 2. Acquire additional resources to improve school learning environment through school-initiated activitiesand projects June2015- March2016 3% seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 3- Attended 3 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 2- Attended 2 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; and 1- Attended 1 training, seminar or workshop in any level. 5- Prepared 100% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 4- Prepared 85%-99% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 3- Prepared 70%-84% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 2- Prepared 55%-69% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supporting evidences; and 1- Prepared 54% and below financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supporting evidences. a. ReceiptsonEstimated amountof donated facilities/properties b. Picture c. Accomplishment/ CompletionReport d. FinancialReport RATER: RATEE: APPROVING AUTHORITY: MA. IRELYN P. TAMAYO, Ph.D. BENILDA R. TUAZON ESTELITA G. PINEDA, CESO V OIC- Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Principal III Schools Division Superintendent
  10. 10. Department of Education Region III City Schools Division of Mabalacat DAPDAP ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mabalacat City Individual Performance Commitment and Review Name ofEmployee: BENILDA R. TUAZON Name ofRater: MA. IRELYN P. TAMAYO, Ph.D. Position: PRINCIPAL III Position: OIC- ASST. SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT Review Period: June 2015 Date ofReview: March 2016 Bureau/Center/Service/Division: CITYSCHOOLS DIVISION OF MABALACAT TO BE FILLEDINDURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED IN DURING EVALUATION MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT PER KRA PERFORMANCE INDICATORS (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) ACTUAL RESULTS RATING SCORE Q E T Ave. Basic Education Services I. Instructional Leadership 1. Lead in the preparation, completion and submissionof the followingdocuments: a. SchoolYear InstructionalSupervisoryPlan; b. MonthlySupervisory Plans; c. Annual ImplementationPlan(AIP); d. Year-End AccomplishmentReport;and e. SchoolReportCard. 2. ImplementtheInstructional SupervisoryPlan. June 2015- March 2016 June 2015- March 2016 20% 10% 5% Prepared, completed and submittedvarious reports: 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documents are missing; 2- If 3 documents are missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. 5- Nine (9) Monthly Progress Monitoring Report (MPMR) correctly and completelyaccomplished; 4- Seven (7)- eight (8) Monthly Progress Monitoring Report (MPMR)
  11. 11. 3. Evaluate teachers’ performance quarterly on matters pertaining to enhancement of classroom management, skills and instructional competence andto non-teachingpersonnelforsupportservices. June 2015- March 2016 5% correctly and completely accomplished; 3- Four (4) -Six (6) Monthly Progress Monitoring Report (MPMR) correctly and completelyaccomplished; 2- One (1)- Three (3) Monthly Progress Monitoring Report (MPMR) correctly and completely accomplished;and 1- No Monthly Progress Monitoring Report (MPMR) correctly and completely accomplished. 5-100% of the teachers were observed two to four timeswithina year; 4- 85%-99% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 3- 70%-84% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 2- 55%-69% of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year; and 1- 54% and below of the teachers were observed two to four times within a year. Basic Education Services II. Learning Environment 1. Increaseby 2%/ Maintain100%thefollowing: a. schoolMPS b. NAT Results c. ParticipationRate-96.79% d. Cohort-Survival Rate-81.22% June2015- March2016 20% 8% 5- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on ALL indicators; 4- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on
  12. 12. e. CompletionRate-84.28% f. GraduationRate-100% g. PromotionRate-97.54% 2. Decreasethefollowing: a. RepetitionRate-0.68% b. Drop-out Rate-0% c. FailureRate d. RetentionRate e. Non-numerates f. Non-readers g. Severely wasted 3. Maintain safe, desirable and child friendly learningandschoolenvironmentforpupils/learners. Activities such as: a. IndependenceDay b. Nutrition Month c. Buwanng Wika d. Escodaday e. Investiture f. EarthquakeDrill g. Sports Day but not limitedto the aforementionedundertakings. Basic Requirements: a. Program/Tarpauline b. Narrative Report c. AdvocacyActivities d. Pictures June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 7% 5% seven (7) indicators; 3- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on six (6) indicators; 2- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on five (5) indicators;and 1- Improved by at least 2%/Maintained 100% on four (4) indicators. 5- Decreased/Maintained 0% onALL indicators; 4- Decreased/Maintained 0% onsix (6) indicators; 3- Decreased/Maintained 0% onfive(5) indicators; 2- Decreased/Maintained 0% onfour (4) indicators; and 1- Decreased/Maintained 0% onthree (3) indicators. 5- Conducted Five(5) activities with supporting documents; 4- Conducted Five(5) activities if one (1) documentismissing; 3- Conducted Five(5) activities if two (2) documentaremissing; 2- Conducted Five(5) activities without supporting documents; 1- Conducted Four(4) activities with supporting documents; Education Governance III. HumanResource Managementand 20%
  13. 13. Development 1. Assess training needs of all teachers during the schoolyear. 2. Organize and conduct at least five INSETs within the schoolyear. 3. Provide opportunities for professional and personalenhancement. COPIES of thefollowingdocuments: I. Teacher as ResourceSpeaker/TrainersinSchool INSETs/DivisionTraining: a. Invitation Letter b. Program c. Certificateof Recognition/Appearance II. Teacher as Trainee/ParticipantsinSchool INSETs/DivisionTraining: a. Memorandum b. TravelOrder June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 10% 5% 5-Assessed 100% of the teachers; 4- Assessed 85%-99% of the teachers; 3- Assessed 70%-84% of the teachers; 2- Assessed 55%-69% of the teachers;and 1- Assessed 54%and belowof the teachers. 5- Conductedatleast five (5) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments; 4- ConductedFour(4) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments;; 3- ConductedFour(4)with ALL the supporting documents;; 2- ConductedFour(4) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments;and 1- ConductedThree(3) INSETS with ALL the supportingdocuments; 5-100% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; 4- 85%-99% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for
  14. 14. c. Certificateof Appearance/Participation III. Teachersas school/clusterleaders a. Designationof Teachersasschool/subject/cluster leader b. Accomplishment/AnnualReport IV TeachersasMastersDegreeStudents a. Permitto study b. RegistrationForm c. Certification/TOR the schoolyear; 3- 70%-84% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; 2- 55%-69% of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear; and 1- 54% and below of the teachers served as participants/resource speakers in Training (school/division/regional/na tional) or designated as school/cluster leaders for the schoolyear. Education Governance IV. Parents’ Involvementand Community Partnership 1. Establish linkageswithexternalstakeholdersin organizingandimplementingschool activities/projects/programs. Activities such as: a. DengueSymposium b. FeedingProgram c. Gift Giving d. OutreachProgram e. CommunityProject f. Adopt-a-School g. BrigadaEskwela h. FamilyDay but not limited to the aforementioned school activities/programs/projects June2015- March2016 15% 5% 5- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs with supporting documents; 4- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if one (1) document is missing; 3- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if two (2) documents are missing;
  15. 15. Basic Requirements: a. Program/Invitation b. Attendance Sheet c. Written/AccomplishmentReport d. Letters of donationand Proof of Donation e. Pictures 2. Meetparents quarterlyto confer/inform about schoolaccomplishments. 3. Involve internalstakeholdersspecificallyparents in improvingschool’sphysicalfacilities. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 5% 2- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if three (3) documents are missing;and 1- Accomplished at least three (3) school activities/projects/programs if four (4) documents are missing. 5- Conducted at least five (5) stakeholders’ meeting with supporting documents; 4- Conducted four (4) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments; 3- Conducted three (3) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments; 2- Conducted two (2) stakeholders’ meeting with supportingdocuments;and 1- Conductedone(1) stakeholders’meetingwith supportingdocuments; 5- Improved/Maintained 100% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; 4- Improved/Maintained 85%-99% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; 3- Improved/Maintained 70%-84% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school
  16. 16. year; 2- Improved/Maintained 55%-69% of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year; and 1- Improved/Maintained 54% and below of the school/classroom physical facilities within the school year. Education Governance V. School Leadership Managementand Operations 1. Utilize judiciously 100% the school MOOE to satisfy mandatedobligationsandmeetpriorities. 2. Mediate and ensure resolution of all conflicts in school. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 20% 10% 5% 5- Utilized 100% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 4- Utilized 85%-99% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 3- Utilized 70%-84% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; 2- Utilized 55%-69% of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supported by evidences; and 1- Utilized 54% and below of the school MOOE efficiently and effectively supportedby evidences. 5- Facilitated and resolved 100% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 4- Facilitated and resolved
  17. 17. 3. Consolidate, analyze and utilize data to organize class programs, distribute teaching loads, plan appropriateandneededinterventions a. Enrolmentdata b. PHIL-IRI and FIL-IRI results c. ZeroNon-Numerates(ZNN)results d. NutritionalStatus Report(Baseline) June2015- March2016 5% 85%-99% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 3- Facilitated and resolved 70%-84% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents; 2- Facilitated and resolved 55%-69% of the school conflicts for the current year with supporting documents;and 1- Facilitated and resolved 54% and below of the school conflicts for the current year with supportingdocuments. 5- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 100% of school data efficiently and effectively; 4- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 85%-99% of school data efficiently and effectively; 3- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 70%-84% of school data efficiently and effectively; 2- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 55%-69% of school data efficiently and effectively; and 1- Consolidated, analysed and utilized 54% and below of school data efficiently andeffectively. Plus Factors 5%
  18. 18. 1. Participate at least 5 trainings, seminars or workshops within the school year (division, regional or national). 2. Acquire additional resources to improve school learning environment through school-initiated activitiesand projects. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 2% 3% 5- Attended at least 5 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level withinthe schoolyear; 4- Attended 4 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 3- Attended 3 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 2- Attended 2 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; and 1- Attended 1 training, seminar or workshop in any level. 5- Prepared 100% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 4- Prepared 85%-99% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 3- Prepared 70%-84% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supportingevidences; 2- Prepared 55%-69% financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supporting evidences; and 1- Prepared 54% and below financial report on ALL acquired school resources with supporting evidences.
  19. 19. RATER: RATEE: APPROVING AUTHORITY: MA. IRELYN P. TAMAYO, Ph.D. BENILDA R. TUAZON ESTELITA G. PINEDA, CESO V OIC- Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Principal III Schools Division Superintendent

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