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RPMS Form 2( IPCRF)

Republic of the Philippines


Division of Cabanatuan City
District III
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF)-Regular Teacher


S.Y. 2015-2016
Name of Employee: ______________ Name of Rater: Ma. Teresa T. Padua
Position: Teacher I Position: Principal III
Review Period: Date of Review:
Division: Cabanatuan City
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION
MAJOR FINAL OUTPUT KEY RESULT AREAS OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Weight per PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ACTUAL RESULTS SCORE
KRA (Quality,Efficiency, Timeliness)
Rating
Q E T (AVE)
1.Pupils/Students 1.Iincreased nearly 10% 5-Nearly numerates pupils had increased
Outcomes(40%) numerates pupils Feb .2016 by 13 by Feb.2016
MFO 1 4-Nearly numerates pupils had increased
Basic Education Services by 12 by Feb. 2016
3-Nearly numerates pupils had
increased by 10 within the target
date.
2-Nearly numerates pupils had increased
by 9 by Feb.2016
1-Nearly numerates pupils had increased
by 5 or below by Feb. 2016
2. Conducted Daily 10%
remediation/enrichment 5-Remedial class wasconducted on daily
basis.
programs to improve
4-Remedial class was conducted four
performance indicators
times a week
3-Remedial class was conducted
Thrice a week.
2-Remedial class was conducted twice a

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week.
1-Remedial class was conducted once a
3 . Developed reading skills Feb.2016 10% week.
of 7 non readers 5-Reading skills of 7 pupils was
developed within the target date.
4-Reading skills of 6 non -readers was
developed by Feb 2016
3- Reading skills of 5 non- readers was
developed by Feb 2016
2- Reading skills of 4 non- readers was
developed by Feb 2016
1- Reading skills of 2 non- readers was
developed by Feb 2016

4. Attained 75% NAT mps March 2016 10% 5-75% NAT mps was attained
4-60% NAT mps was attained
3-50% NAT mps was attained
2-40% NAT mps was attained
1-30% NAT mps was attained
II. Professional Growth
andDevelopment(20%) 1.Showed punctuality in June 2015- 5% 5-Punctuality in attendance was
attendance March 2016 always shown.
4- Punctuality in attendance was often
shown
3- Punctuality in attendance was
sometimes shown.
2-Punctuaity in attendance was
seldom shown.
1- Punctuality in attendance was not
Shown
2.Submitted reports on June2015- 10%
time. 5-Reports were submitted ahead of
March 2016 time
4- Reports were submitted on time
3-Reports were sometimes submitted
behind the schedule
2-Reports were often submitted
behind the schedule
1-Reports were always submitted
behind the schedule

3.Settled financial June 2015- 5% 5-Financial obligation was settled


obligation regularly March 2016 regularly ahead of time
4-Financial obligation was settled
on time.
3-Financial obligation was sometime
settled behind deadlines
2- Financial obligation was often
settled behind the deadlines
1-Financial obligation was always
settled behind the deadlines

III. Teaching-learning 1.Prepared lesson plans Daily 10% 5-All daily lesson plans had the following
Process(30%) and daily logs of activities objective, subject matter, procedures,
including appropriate, evaluation and assignment
adequate and updated Each part had a full description of what to
instructional materials do with an example
4-Daily Lesson plan had four of the five
parts.
Each part had a partial description of
what to do with an example
3-Daily Lesson plan had 3 of the five parts
Each part had a partial description
without example
2-Daily lesson plan had 2 of the five parts
Each part had no description of what to
do with example
1-Daily lesson plan had 1 of the five parts
Each part had no description of what to
do and example

5-Classroom management was always


2.Initiated discipline of initiated including discipline of
Daily 10%
students including pupils on every classes.
classroom rules, guidelines
4-Classroom management was often
and individual and group
initiated including discipline of
tasks
pupils on every classes.
3-Classroom management was
sometimes initiated including
discipline of pupils on every classes.
2-Classroom management was seldom
initiated including discipline of
pupils on every classes.
1-Classroom management was never
initiated including discipline of
pupils on every classes.

5-Attendance was always monitored


3.Monitored attendance,
Daily 10% daily.
diversity appreciation,.
4-Attendance was often monitored
daily.
3-Attendance was sometimes
monitored daily.
2-Attendance was seldom monitored
daily.
1-Attendance was never monitored
daily.

5- Harmonious relationship with


IV. Plus Factor(10%) 1.Had harmonious Daily 5% School Head and co-workers had
relationship (School Head always been shown.
and co-workers) 4-Harmonious relationship with School
Head and co-workers had often
been shown.
3-Harmonious relationship with School
Head and co-workers had
sometimes been shown.
2-Harmonious relationship with School
Head and co-workers had seldom
been shown.
1-Harmonious relationship with School
Head and co-workers had never
been shown.

5-Enhancing skills of co-workers was


2. Had shared best Every 2.5% always done thru sharing of best
practices to co-workers . Quarter practices.
4-Enhancing skills of co-workers was
often always done thru sharing of
best practices.
3-Enhancing skills of co-workers was
sometimes done thru sharing of best
practices.
2-Enhancing skills of co-workers was
seldom done thru sharing of best
practices.
1-Enhancing skills of co-workers was
never done.

3. Participated in June12,201 2.5% 5-Government activities were actively


government activities 5 ,Dec.30, participated on the given date with
and other meetings 2015, maximum endurance.
required of teachers Feb.2, 2016 4-Government activities were
participated on the given date with
maximum endurance.
3-Government activities were
participated on the given date .
2-Government activities were
participated on the given date with
little amount of endurance.
1-Government activities were
participated on the given date without
endurance.
OVERALLRATING FOR
ACCOMPLISH-MENTS/
Adjectival Rating

*To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned

RPMS RATING COMMITTEE Prepared by:

FILIPINA F. MIZONA RACHELLE V. VILLAMAR _________________


Chairman/Rater Co-Chairman/Rater Ratee

ESTUTITO S. MATIAS JOCELYN V. GONZALES DOLOR L. ESPINEDA DINAH S. GALANDE JESSICA V. ANCAYA

Master Teacher I/Rater Master Teacher II/Rater Master Teacher I/Rater Master Teacher I /Rater Master Teacher I /Rate
Approved:

MA. TERESA T. PADUA


Principal III
RPMS FORM3 (COMPETENCIES)

Republic of the Philippines


Division of Cabanatuan City
District III
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOOL
Cabanatuan City

COMPETENCIES
Name of Teacher:_____________________________________

CORE BEHAVIORAL COMPETENCIES Teamwork


1. Willing does his/her share of responsibility.
Self Management 2. Promotes collaborations and removes barriers to teamwork and goal
1. Sets personal goals and direction, needs and development. accomplishment across the organization.
2. Undertakes personal actions and behaviors that are clear and purposive and takes 3. Applies negotiation principles in arriving at win-win agreements.
into account personal goals and values congruent to that of the organization. 4. Drives consensus and team ownership of decisions.
3. Displays emotional maturity and enthusiasm for and is challenged by higher goals. 5. Works constructively and collaboratively with others and across organizations
4. Prioritize work tasks and schedules (through gantt charts, checklists, etc) to achieve to accomplish organizational goals and objectives.
goals.
5. Sets high quality, challenging, realistic goals for self and others.
Professionalism and Ethics Service Orientation
1. Demonstrates the values and behavior enshrined in the Norms of Conduct and 1. Can explain and articulate organizational directions, issues and problems.
Ethical Standards for public officials and employees (RA 6713). 2. Takes personal responsibility for dealing with and/or correcting customer
2. Practices ethical and professional behavior and conduct taking into account the service and concerns.
impact of his/her actions and decisions. 3. Initiates activities that promotes advocacy for men and women empowerment.
3. Maintains a professional image: being trustworthy, regularity of attendance and 4. Participates in updating of office vision, mission, mandates and strategies
punctuality, good grooming and communication. based on DepEd strategies and directions.
4. Makes personal sacrifices to meet the organization’s needs. 5. Develops and adopts service improvement programs through simplified
5. Acts with a sense of urgency and responsibility to meet the organization’s needs, procedures that will further enhance service delivery.
improve systems and help others improve their effectiveness.
Results Focus Innovation
1. Achieve results with optimal use of time and resources most of the time. 1. Examines the root cause of problems and suggests effective solutions. Fosters
2. Avoids rework, mistakes and wastage through effective work methods by placing new ideas, processes, and suggests better ways to do things (cost and/or
organizational needs before personal needs. operational efficiency).
3. Delivers error-free outputs most of the time by conforming to standards operating 2. Demonstrates an ability to think “beyond the box”. Continuously focuses on
procedures correctly and consistently. Able to produce very satisfactory quality of improving personal productivity to create higher value and results.
work in terms of usefulness/acceptability and completeness with no supervision 3. Promotes a creative and inspires co-workers to develop original ideas or
CORE SKILS
Achievement
1. Enjoys working hard.
2. Is action- oriented and full of energy for the things he/ she sees as
challenging.
3. Not fearful of acting with a minimum of planning.
4. Seizes more opportunities than others.
5. Strategic thinker.

required. solutions.
4. Expresses a desire to do better and may express frustration at waste or inefficiency. 4. Translates creative thinking into tangible changes and solutions that improve
May focus on new or more precise ways of meeting goals set. the work unit and organizations.
5. Makes specific changes in the system or in own methods to improve performance. 5. Uses ingenious methods to accomplish responsibilities. Demonstrates
Examples may include doing something better, faster, at a lower cost, more efficiently; resourcefulness and the ability to succeed with minimal resources.
or improving quality, customer satisfaction, morale, without setting any specific goal.
Managing Diversity
1. Respects all kinds and classes of people.
2. Deals effectively with all races, nationalities, cultures, disabilities, ages and
both sexes.
3. Support equal and fair treatment and opportunity for all.
4. Applies equal standards and criteria to all classes.
5. Manifests cultural and gender sensitivity when dealing with people.
Accountability
1. Can be counted on to exceed goals successfully,
2. Steadfastly pushes self and others towards results.
3. Gets things done on time and optimum use of resources.
4. Builds team spirit.
5. Transacts with transparency.

5- Role model; 4- Consistently demonstrates; 3-Most of the time demonstrates; 2- Sometimes demonstrates; 1-Rarely demonstrates

Note: These ratings can be used for the developmental plans of the employee.
RPMS Form 4(Summary of Ratings)

Republic of the Philippines


Division of Cabanatuan City
District III
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City
SUMMARY OF RATINGS
S.Y. 2015-2016

Final Performance Results Rating

Accomplishments of KRAs and


Objectives
Adjectival Rating

Employee-Superior Agreement
The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed to the contents of the performance as captured in this form.

Name of Employee Name of Superior

MA. TERESA T. PADUA


Principal III

Signature Signature

Date Date
RPMS Form 5 (Development Plans)

Republic of the Philippines


Division of Cabanatuan City
District III
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City

DEVELOPMENT PLANS
SY 2015-2016
Action Plan
Strengths Development Needs (Recommended Developmental Timeline Resources Needed
Intervention)
Samples:
Selfimanaged learning
Assignment to task
forces/committees/special projects
Job enrichments/Redesign
Functional cross-posting
Seminar-workshops
Formal education
Developmental/lateral carreer moves
Coaching/Counseling

RPMS RATING COMMITTEE Prepared by:

FILIPINA F. MIZONA RACHELLE V. VILLAMAR _________________


Chairman/Rater Co-Chairman/Rater Ratee

ESTUTITO S. MATIAS JOCCELYN V. GONZALES DOLOR L. ESPINEDA DINAH S. GALANDE JESSICA V. ANCAYA
Master Teacher I/Rater Master Teacher II/Rater Master Teacher I/Rater Master Teacher II /Rater Master Teacher II/Rater
Approved:

MA. TERESA T. PADUA


Principal III
RPMS Form 6 (PMCF) – For School Head (Journal)

Republic of the Philippines


Division of Cabanatuan City
District I
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City

PERFORMANCE MONITORING AND COACHING FORM


S.Y. 2015-2016
NAME OF TEACHER:________________________________________________

DATE CRITICAL INCIDENCE DESCRIPTION OUTPUT IMPACT ON JOB/ACTION PLAN SIGNATURE


(RATER/RATEE)
RPMS Form 7 (Employee Feedback Form)
Republic of the Philippines
Division of Cabanatuan City
District III
LAZARO FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cabanatuan City

EMPLOYEE FEEDBACK FORM


S.Y. 2015-2016
Rating Period:_______________________________

STRENGTHS DEVELOPMENT NEEDS ACTION PLAN


(Recommended Developmental Timeline Resources
Intervention) Needed

Employee Feedback:
SAMPLE COMPUTATION: The score per KRA shall be computed using the following formula:
 Rating per KRA Objective = (Q +E+T)/3 or (Q +T)/2 or (Q+E)/2
Example a: (4+3+5)/3 = 4
 Score per KRA Objective = Weight x Rating
Example: 4 x 0.10 = 0.400
 Total / Final Rating = KRA 1 + KRA 2+KRA 3+KRA 4(plus factor)
Example:

KRAs Weight per Objectives Weight per Rating Score


KRA objectives
KRA1 40 Objective 1 10% 4 0.400
Objective 2 20% 5 1.000
Objective 3 10% 3 0.300

KKRA 2 20 Objective 1 10% 3 0.300


Objective 2 5% 3 0.150
Objective 3 5% 4 0.200

KRA 3 30 Objective 1 10% 4 0.400


Objective 2 15% 3 0.450
Objective 3 5% 3 0.150

KRA 4 10 Objective 1 5% 3 0.150


Plus Factor Objective 2 2.50% 3 0.075
Objective 3 2.50% 4 0.100
Final Rating 3.675
ADJECTIVAL RATINGS

RANGE ADJECTIVAL RATING


4.500-5.000 Outstanding
3.500-4.499 Very Satisfactory
2.500-3.499 Satisfactory
1.500-2.499 Unsatisfactory
Below 1.499 Poor