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Office Performance Commitment and Review Form

Name of Employee: Daniel Jerome L. Bete Name of Rater: GLORIA B. BUYA-AO


Position: Principal I Position: OIC Schools Division Superintendent
School: LUBON NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Date of Review: November 2015
Rating Period: April 2015 March 2016
TO BE FILLED DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Weigh PERFORMANCE ACTUAL RESULTS RATI SCO
t per INDICATORS NG RE
KRA (Quality,
Efficiency,Timeliness)
I. Learning Observed all the eight April 2015 - 5% 5 12 observations
BASIC EDUCATION SERVICES

Improvem teachers at least once a March 4 - 10 observations


ent month. 2016 3 8 observations
2 6 observations
30% 1 4 observations
Checked Lesson Plans and APRIL 2015 5% 5 12 lesson plans
Forms of 8 teachers monthly. - checked
March 4 - 10 lesson plans
2016 checked
3 8 lesson plans
checked
2 6 lesson plans
checked
1 4 lesson plans
checked
Increased Promotion Rate March 5% 5 - .5 % increase
from 98% to 98.4 % 2016 4 - .4 % increase
3 - .3 % increase
2 - .2 % increase
1 - .1 % increase
Increase Graduation Rate March 5% 5 2.5% increase
from 95% to 96.5% 2016 4 2% increase
3 1.5% increase
2 1% increase
1 - .5% increase
Increase National June 2015 - 5% 5 1% increase
Achievement rate from 75% March 4 - .8% increase
to 76% 2016 3 - .6% increase
2 -.4% increase
1 - .2% increase
Decrease Dropout Rate from June 2015- 5% 5 - .1% decrease
2% to 1.9% March 4 - .08% decrease
2016 3 - .06% decrease
2 - .04% decrease
1 - .02% decrease
II. Provided safe and child June 2015 - 10% 5 Institutionalized child
Learning friendly learning environment March protection mechanisms and
Environme 2016 processes
nt 4 all mechanisms are
present except for some
10% minimal requirements
3 all mechanisms are
present but without
evidences
2 incomplete mechanisms
and absence of evidences
1 absence of mechanisms
and reports
III. Human Provided technical assistance June 2015 - 10% 5 90 100 % of teachers
Resource to teachers pertaining to March provided with technical
Managem classroom management, 2016 assistance with evidences
ent and skills and instructional 4 80 89% of teachers
Developm competence, implementation provided with technical
ent of RPMS and support services assistance
within the RPMS cycle. 3 70 -79% or teachers
20% provided with technical
assistance
2 50 59% of teachers
provided with technical
assistance
1 49% and below of
teachers provided with
technical assistance
Implemented employees June 2015 - 10% 5 Worked for step Step Increment of 4
welfare programs March increment of teachers and teachers and 1
2016 organized employees 201 school nurse was
files approved
4 4 out of 6 activities
done
3 3 out of 6 activities
done
2 2 out of 6 activities
done
1 0 evidence of teachers
welfare done by SH
IV. Parents Established and April 2015 - 10% 5 Organized programs
Involveme strengthened school and March with stakeholders for
nt and community partnership for 2016 academic and other
communit school performance purposes with action plans
y reports and minutes of
partnershi meetings and attendance
p sheets
4 Organized programs but
20% some are not resulting to
improving school
performance
3 Organized programs and
occasionally meets with
stakeholders but not
resulting to improving
school performance
2 poor mobilization skills
and seldom meets with
stakeholders
1 No evidence in this area
Increased parents April 2015 - 10% 5 90 100% participation
participation in school March of parents in school related
related activities 2016 activities
4 80 89% participation
of parents in school related
activities
3 70 79% participation
of parents in school related
activities
2 60 69 participation of
parents in school related
activities
1 59% and below
participation of parents in
school related activities
V. School Managed MOOE funds April 2015 - 10% 5 Prioritized needs and
Leadership according to SIP/AIP. March used MOOE/SBM allocations
, Designated a teacher as a 2016 according to SIP and
Managem Special Disbursing Officer. liquidated them monthly
ent and with no record of late
Operation submissions of reports
4 All indicators done with
20% 1 late submission of
liquidation report
3 All indicatorss done with
2 late submission of reports
2 All indicators done with
3 late submission of reports
1 All indicators done with
more than 3 late
submission of reports
Lead in generating support of June 2015 5% 5 6 or more programs
stakeholders in the March supported by stakeholders
implementation of DepEd 2016 with evidences
programs 4 5 programs supported
by stakeholders
3 4 programs supported
by stakeholders
2 3 programs supported
by stakeholders
1 less than 3 programs
supported by stakeholders
Managed the effective and June 2015- 5% 5 Maintained updated
efficient use of physical March records of procured office
resources 2016 equipment by 100%
4 Maintained updated
records of procured office
equipment by 90 99%
3 Maintained updated
records of procured office
equipment by 80 89%
2 Maintained updated
records of procured office
equipment by 70 -79%
1 Maintained updated
records of procured office
equipment by less than
70%
To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned OVERALL RATING
FOR ACCOMPLISH-
MENTS

DEPED RPMS form - Teachers

DANIEL JEROME L. B ETE BENILDA M. DAYTACA


GLORIA B. BUYA-AO
Principal I Assistant Schools Division Superintendent OIC-
Schools Division Superintendent
Ratee Rater
Approving Authority