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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (OPCRF)

Name of Employee: JAMES M. ORIENTE Name of Rater: ALFREDO B. GUMARU JR, Ed.D
Position: Head Teacher I Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
Bureau/Division: San Pablo ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2017
Rating Period: April 2016 - March 2017
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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
1 SBM Plan 1.1 Increased the SBM Level Practices from Level June 2016 to 15% Performance was: Assess SBM 4 3 4 3.67 0.55
(20%) 1 to Level 2 at the end of the School Year 2016 - March 2017 5- implementatio
extraordinary, n throuh SBM
2017. 4-exceeded tool
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.2 Enhanced School Improvement Plan and June 2016 to 5% Performance was: Projects are 4 5 4 4.33 0.22
implemented 1 project as planned in the Annual March 2017 5- implemente
Improvement Plan (AIP) extraordinary,
4-exceeded d based
expectations, from the
3-met AIP
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
2 School 2.1 Monitored & checked the 100% teaching & June 2016 to 15% Performance was: 100% 5 5 5 5.00 0.750
Curriculum learning process based on the Daily Lesson Log March 2017 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, checking of
Monitoring & (DLL) 4-exceeded
Evaluation DLL
expectations,
Plan (30%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

2.2 Monitored 6 teachers daily & observe 3 June 2016 to 10% Performance was: Daily 4 4 4 4.00 0.400
teachers at work monthly March 2017 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, observing
4-exceeded
techers at
expectations,
3-met work
expectations, monthly
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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Performance Rating
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MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
2.3 Planned & conducted School Learning Action June 2016 to 5% Performance was: Conducted 4 4 3 3.67 0.180
Cell (SLAC) every last Friday of the month/as March 2017 5- SLAC as
extraordinary, need arises
need arises 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3 Human 3.1 Encourage/motivated 4 teachers to enroll in the June 2016 to 8% Performance was: Provided TA in 3 4 3 3.33 0.266
5- the K to 12
Resource graduate school for professional March 2017 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Management & development/promotion 4-exceeded through LAC
session
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2016 to 7% Performance was: Provided TA in 4 4 4 4.00 0.280
5- the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2017 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded particularly in
Assessment.
expectations, Thru seminars
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2016 to 5% expectations was:
Performance Recognized 4 3 3 3.33 0.167
the moral of 6 teachers to attain peak March 2017 5- during
extraordinary, Teachers Day
performance 4-exceeded Celeb. And
expectations, Staff Meetings
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 School 4.1 Checked monitored school facilities by chrcking June -March 5% Performance
expectations was: Check & 5 5 5 5.00 0.250
Resource of inventory of school properties and the proper 2016 5- monitored
extraordinary, school
management use of textbooks, supplies materials, facilities & 4-exceeded
(20%) equipment once a month properties &
expectations,
3-met facilities
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet

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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
4.2 Purchase 75% of the instructional materials to June 2016 to 10% Performance was: Purchase 5 5 5 5.00 0.500
be used in teaching and learning process & 25% March 2017 5- IM's &
extraordinary, school
school facilities through; - 4-exceeded
MOOE once every 2 months - facilities
expectations,
Pta funds yearly 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

4.3 Strengthened 100% partnership and coordinated June 2016 to 5% Performance was: Observe 4 4 4 4.00 0.200
with stakeholders on resource generation & March 2017 5- Transparency
extraordinary,
utilization of school funds (i.e. MOOE, 4-exceeded
PTA,HRPTA, Canteen ,etc.) expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

5 Special task 5.1 Prepared, consolidated & submitted 100% June 2016 to 5% Performance was: Submitted 5 5 5 5.00 0.250
assignment required reports called for to higher authorities March 2017 5- report on
extraordinary,
(10%) monthly as the need arises 4-exceeded time
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Enhanced implementation of DepEd programs June 2016 to 5% expectations was:
Performance Dep-Ed 4 5 5 4.67 0.230
& projects (Nutrition Month Celebration, March 2017 5- Programs &
extraordinary, projects
DRRM, NDEP, SCOUTING, SCIENCE FAIR, 4-exceeded
EDUCATION WEEK,SPG Election, etc.) implemented
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
VERY SATISFACTORY (VS) 4.25

JAMES M. ORIENTE ALFREDO B. GUMARU, Ed.D. EDNA P. ABUAN, Ph.D.


Head Teacher I OIC-Asst. Schools Division Superintendent OIC-Schools Division Superintendent
(Ratee) (Rater) (Approving Authority)
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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (OPCRF)
Name of Employee: VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE Name of Rater: EDNA P. ABUAN, Ph.D.
Position: Head Teacher III Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
Bureau/Division: STA. FILOMENA INTEGRATD SCHOOL- San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2019
Rating Period: April 2018 - March 2019
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO FILLED DURING EVALUATION
Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
1 SBM Plan 1.1 Increased the SBM Level Practices from Level June 2018 to 15% Performance was: Assess SBM
(20%) 1 to Level 2 at the end of the School Year 2016 - March 2019 5- implementatio
extraordinary, n throuh SBM
2017. 4-exceeded tool
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.2 Enhanced School Improvement Plan and June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Projects are
implemented 1 project as planned in the Annual March 2019 5- implemente
Improvement Plan (AIP) extraordinary,
4-exceeded d based
expectations, from the
3-met AIP
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
2 School 2.1 Monitored & checked the 100% teaching & June 2018 to 15% Performance was: 100%
Curriculum learning process based on the Daily Lesson Log March 2019 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, checking of
Monitoring & (DLL) 4-exceeded
Evaluation DLL
expectations,
Plan (30%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

2.2 Monitored 10 teachers daily & observe 7 June 2018 to 10% Performance was: Daily
teachers at work monthly March 2019 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, observing
4-exceeded
techers at
expectations,
3-met work
expectations, monthly
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
2.3 Planned & conducted School Learning Action June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Conducted
Cell (SLAC) every last Friday of the month/as March 2019 5- SLAC as
extraordinary, need arises
need arises 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3 Human 3.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes June 2018 to 8% Performance was: Provided TA in
5- the K to 12
Resource (KSA) through coaching, mentoring and School March 2019 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Management & Learning Cell (LAC) sessions 4-exceeded through LAC
session
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2018 to 7% Performance was: Provided TA in
5- the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2019 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded particularly in
Assessment.
expectations, Thru seminars
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2018 to 5% expectations was:
Performance Recognized
the moral of 10 teachers to attain peak March 2019 5- during
extraordinary, Teachers Day
performance 4-exceeded Celeb. And
expectations, Staff Meetings
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 School 4.1 Checked monitored school facilities by chrcking June 2018 to 5% Performance was:
expectations Check &
Resource of inventory of school properties and the proper March 2019 5- monitored
extraordinary, school
management use of textbooks, supplies materials, facilities & 4-exceeded
(20%) equipment once a month properties &
expectations,
3-met facilities
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet

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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline Score
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T Average
Timeliness)
4.2 Purchase 75% of the instructional materials to June 2018 to 10% Performance was: Purchase
be used in teaching and learning process & 25% March 2019 5- IM's &
extraordinary, school
school facilities through; - 4-exceeded
MOOE once every 2 months - facilities
expectations,
Pta funds yearly 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

4.3 Strengthened 100% partnership and coordinated June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Observe
with stakeholders on resource generation & March 2019 5- Transparency
extraordinary,
utilization of school funds (i.e. MOOE, 4-exceeded
PTA,HRPTA, Canteen ,etc.) expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

5 Special task 5.1 Prepared, consolidated & submitted 100% June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Submitted
assignment required reports called for to higher authorities March 2019 5- report on
extraordinary,
(10%) monthly as the need arises 4-exceeded time
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Enhanced implementation of DepEd programs June 2018 to 5% expectations was:
Performance Dep-Ed
& projects (Nutrition Month Celebration, March 2019 5- Programs &
extraordinary, projects
DRRM, NDEP, SCOUTING, SCIENCE FAIR, 4-exceeded
EDUCATION WEEK,SPG Election, etc.) implemented
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE EDNA P. ABUAN, Ph.D REYNANTE Z. CALIGUIRAN, PhD, CESE
Head Teacher III OIC-Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superintendent
(Ratee) (Rater) (Approving Authority)

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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (OPCRF
Name of Employee:VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE Name of Rater: EDNA P. ABUAN, Ph
Position: Head Teacher III Position: OIC-Assistant Schoo
Bureau/Division: STA. FILOMENA INTEGRATD SCHOOL- San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2019
Rating Period: April 2018 - March 2019
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1 SCHOOL 1.1 Aligned SIP/AIP programs, projects and
LEADERSHIP activities with national, regional and
local education goals, policies and
thrusts

1.1.1 Achieved zero drop-out rate

1.1.2 Achieved 75% MPS in NAT/DAT


and 95% in ELLNA

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1.1.3 Increased SBM Level of Practice
by 1 point/1 level

2 Instructional 2.1 Utilized assessment results to improve


Leadership learning

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2.1.1 Organized/Developed and
implemented intervention program/s to
improve learning based on assessment
results

2.2 Managed curriculum initiatives,


innovation and enrichment with the use
of technology in line with DepEd
policies

2.2.1 Conducted
CI/development/innovative projects
and/ or researches in the school

2.2.2. Supervised the conduct of group


or individual researches of teachers

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2.2.3. Supervised the development of
instructional materials (IM's) of teachers

2.2.4. Implemented Remediation/


Enrichment program in the school

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2.3 Prepared and implemented an
instructional supervisory plan using
appropriate strategies

2.3.1 Conducted supervisory sessions


and observation of teachers

2.3.2 Evaluated DLLs/DLPs, classroom


and learning environment

2.4 Provided expert technical assistance and


instructional support to teachers through
past conferences, mentoring and/or
coaching

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3 A Child-Centered 3.1 Created an engaging learning
Learning environment
Environment

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3.1.1 Managed and supervised proper
structuring of classrooms and offices
and maintained beautiful overall make-
up of the school

3.2 Created a safe, orderly, nurturing and


healthy environment

3.2.1 Implemented the following


programs and projects:
NDEP, SBFP, DRRM, WINS,
CPC, CFSS, IPED, NGP-ESWM, GPP,
WOW, SIGA

3.3 Supported learner's desire to pursue


further learning and managed behavior
within the school and in other school-
related activities done outside the school

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3.3.1 Organized, provided and
implemented the following student
program activities with work and
implementation plan SGP,
Campus Journalism, Student Interest
Clubs/Youth Development Orgs,
Scouting, Sports

3.4 3.4.1 Conducted recognition rites for


stakeholders

4 Human Resource 4.1 Created a community of learners among


Management and teachers through the conduct of LAC
Development Sessions

4.2 Mentored/ Coached teachers and staff


and and facilitated induction of new
ones

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4.3 Prepared, implemented and monitored
school-based INSET for all teaching and
non-teaching staff based on Individual
Development Plan and Development
Needs Analysis

4.4 Recognized potential of teacher and/or


staff and provided opportunities for
professional development

4.4.1 Assigned teachers and other


personnel to their areas of competence
and monitored their performance

4.4.2 Sent teachers and staff to


trainings/ seminars/ conferences/
workshops

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4.4.3 Endorsed appointments and
promotions of teachers on the basis of
merit and needs in the interest of service

5 Parents Involvement 5.1 Organized and implemented programs


and Community that involve parents and other
Partnership stakeholders to promote learning

5.1.1 Generated resources by accepting


donations, bequests, grants (100k+)
Brigada Eskwela, Homeroom/
General PTA

5.2 Organized Functional teams


Education Task Force,
School Governing Council, Project
Teams

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5.3 Promoted the image of the school
- Stakeholders Convergence,
State of the School Address, Project
Exhibits and Fairs

6 School Management 6.1


and Operations

6.2 Developed a school budget and utilized


funds for school programs and projects
consistent with and as reflected in the
APP and SIP/AIP/WFP

6.2.1 Procured equipment, supplies, and


materials for school operation

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6.3 Took the lead in the design of a school
physical plant and facilities
improvement plan and its
implementation

6.3.1 Managed and supervised the repair


and maintenance of school facilities.

VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE EDNA P. ABUAN, Ph.D REYNAN


Head Teacher III OIC-Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Sch
(Ratee) (Rater)

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YNANTE Z. CALIGUIRAN, PhD, CESE


Schools Division Superintendent
(Approving Authority)

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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (OPCRF)
Name of Employee: JAMES M. ORIENTE Name of Rater: EDNA P. ABUAN, PhD
Position: Head Teacher I Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superinte
Bureau/Division: BITABIAN ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2019
Rating Period: April 2018 - March 2019
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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
MFOs KRAs Objectives Timeline
per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T
Timeliness)
1 SBM Plan 1.1 Assess the level of SBMimplementation through June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Assess SBM
(20%) the SBM Tool March 2019 5- implementatio
extraordinary, n throuh SBM
4-exceeded tool
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.2 Raised the level of SBMfrom level 1 to level 2 EOSY 2018- 10% Performance was: Raised level
by end of school year 2019 5- of SBM from
extraordinary, level 1 to level
4-exceeded 2
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.3 Prepare the Enhanced School Improvement Plan and June 2018 5% Performance was: Projects are
implemented 1 project as planned in the Annual to March 5- implemente
Improvement Plan (AIP) extraordinary,
2019 4-exceeded d based
expectations, from the
3-met AIP
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T
Timeliness)
2 School 2.1 Monitored & checked the 100% teaching & June 2018 to 15% Performance was: 100%
Curriculum learning process based on the Daily Lesson Log March 2019 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, checking of
Monitoring & (DLL) 4-exceeded
Evaluation DLL
expectations,
Plan (30%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.2 Monitored 6 teachers daily & observe 3 June 2018 to 10% expectations
Performance was: Daily
teachers at work monthly March 2019 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, observing
4-exceeded techers at
expectations,
3-met work
expectations, monthly
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.3 Planned & conducted School Learning Action June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Conducted
Cell (SLAC) every last Friday of the month/as March 2019 5- SLAC as
extraordinary, need arises
need arises 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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Timeliness)
3 Human 3.1 Encourage /motivated 4 teachers to enrol in the June 2018 to 8% Performance was: 4 Teachers enrol
5- in graduate
Resource Graduate school for professional March 2019 school
extraordinary,
Management & development/promotion 4-exceeded
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2018 to 7% expectations was:
Performance Provided TA in
5- the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2019 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded particularly in
Assessment.
expectations, Thru seminars
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2018 to 5% Performance
expectations was: Recognized
the moral of 6 teachers to attain peak March 2019 5- during
extraordinary, Teachers Day
performance 4-exceeded Celeb. And
expectations, Staff Meetings
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 School 4.1 Checked monitored school facilities by chrcking Monthly 5% Performance was: Check &
Resource of inventory of school properties and the proper 5- monitored
extraordinary, school
management use of textbooks, supplies materials, facilities & 4-exceeded
(20%) equipment once a month properties &
expectations,
3-met facilities
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T
Timeliness)
4.2 Purchase 25% of the instructional materials to June 2018 to 10% Performance was: Purchase
be used in teaching and learning process & 75% March 2019 5- IM's &
extraordinary, school
school facilities through; - 4-exceeded
MOOE once every 2 mons - facilities
expectations,
PTA funds yearly 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
4.3 Strengthened 100% partnership and coordinated June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Observe
with stakeholders on resource generation & March 2019 5- transparency
extraordinary,
utilization of school funds (i.e. MOOE, 4-exceeded
PTA,HRPTA, Canteen ,etc.) expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet

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Performance Rating
Weight Indicators (Quality, Actual
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per KRA Efficiency, Results Q E T
Timeliness)
5 Special task 5.1 Prepared, consolidated & submitted 100% June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Submitted
assignment required reports called for to higher authorities March 2019 5- report on
extraordinary,
(10%) monthly as the need arises 4-exceeded time
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Enhanced implementation of DepEd programs June 2018 to 5% Performance was: Deped
& projects (Nutrition Month Celebration, March 2019 5- programs &
extraordinary, projects
DRRM, NDEP, SCOUTING, SCIENCE FAIR, 4-exceeded
EDUCATION WEEK,SPG Election, etc.) implemented
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
6 Plus Factor Institutionalized to conduct of Innovations and June 2018 to 5% Performance was: TA extended to
(5%) Intervention programs to facilitate teaching and March 2019 5- teachers on the
extraordinary, conduct of
learning process. 4-exceeded research/innov
expectations, ation
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

JAMES M. ORIENTE EDNA P. ABUAN, PhD REYNANTE Z. CALIGUIRAN


Head Teacher I OIC-Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Schools Division Superin
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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (OPCRF)
Name of Employee: VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE Name of Rater: EDNA P. ABUAN, PhD
Position: Head Teacher III Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superinte
Bureau/Division: Sta. Filomena I/S - San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2018
Rating Period: April 2017 - March 2018
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1 SBM Plan 1.1 Assess the level of SBM implementation June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Assess SBM
(20%) through the SBM Tool March 2018 5- implementatio
extraordinary, n throuh SBM
4-exceeded tool
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.3 Enhanced School Improvement Plan and June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Projects are
implemented 1 project as planned in the Annual March 2018 5- implemente
Improvement Plan (AIP) extraordinary,
4-exceeded d based
expectations, from the
3-met AIP
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2 School 2.1 Monitored & checked the 100% teaching & June 2017 to 15% Performance was: 100% 5 5 5
Curriculum learning process based on the Daily Lesson Log March 2018 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, checking of
Monitoring & (DLL) 4-exceeded
Evaluation DLL
expectations,
Plan (30%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.2 Monitored 17 teachers daily & observe 10 June 2017 to 10% expectations
Performance was: Daily 5 5 5
teachers at work monthly March 2018 5- monitoring &
extraordinary, observing
4-exceeded techers at
expectations,
3-met work
expectations, monthly
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.3 Planned & conducted School Learning Action June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Conducted 4 4 3
Cell (SLAC) every last Friday of the month/as March 2018 5- SLAC as
extraordinary, need arises
need arises 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
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3 Human 3.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes June 2017 to 8% Performance was: Provided TA in
5- the K to 12
Resource (KSA) through coaching, mentoring and School March 2018 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Management & Learning Cell (LAC) sessions 4-exceeded through LAC
session
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2017 to 7% expectations was:
Performance Provided TA in
5- the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2018 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded particularly in
Assessment.
expectations, Thru seminars
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2017 to 5% Performance
expectations was: Recognized
the moral of 17 teachers to attain peak March 2018 5- during
extraordinary, Teachers Day
performance 4-exceeded Celeb. And
expectations, Staff Meetings
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 School 4.1 Checked monitored school facilities by chrcking June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Check &
Resource of inventory of school properties and the proper March 2018 5- monitored
extraordinary, school
management use of textbooks, supplies materials, facilities & 4-exceeded
(20%) equipment once a month properties &
expectations,
3-met facilities
expectations,
2-met below
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4.2 Purchase 50% of the instructional materials to June 2017 to 10% Performance was: Purchase
be used in teaching and learning process & 50% March 2018 5- IM's &
extraordinary, school
school facilities through; - 4-exceeded
MOOE once every 2 mons - facilities
expectations,
Pta funds yearly 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
4.3 Strengthened 100% partnership and coordinated June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Observe
with stakeholders on resource generation & March 2018 5- Transparency
extraordinary,
utilization of school funds (i.e. MOOE, 4-exceeded
PTA,HRPTA, Canteen ,etc.) expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5 Special task 5.1 Prepared, consolidated & submitted 100% June 2017 to 5% Performance was: Submitted
assignment required reports called for to higher authorities March 2018 5- report on
extraordinary,
(10%) monthly as the need arises 4-exceeded time
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Enhanced implementation of DepEd programs June 2017 to 5% expectations
Performance was: Dep-Ed
& projects (Nutrition Month Celebration, March 2018 5- Programs &
extraordinary, projects
DRRM, NDEP, SCOUTING, SCIENCE FAIR, 4-exceeded
EDUCATION WEEK,SPG Election, etc.) implemented
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee: VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE Name of Rater: ALFREDO B. GUMARU, Ed.D
Position: Head Teacher III Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superinte
Bureau/Division: Ueg ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review:
Rating Period: April 2016 - March 2017
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1 Intructional 1.1 Improved the performance of 11 elementary 10% Performance was:
Leadership school teachers by 75% based on NCBTS rating 5-
extraordinary,
(30%) at the end of March 2017 4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017
3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
1.2 Satisfied 75% rating of CFSS goal no. 5 ; ensure 10% Performance was:
meet expectations
children's high academic achievement & success 5-
extraordinary,
4-
exceeded expectations,
June 2016-
March 2017 3-met expectations,

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1.3 Increased school performance indicators by 75% 10% Performance was:
1.3.1. Maintained 0-drop-out rate 1.3.2. 5-
extraordinary,
Increased promotion rate from ____% to _____ 4-
% 1.3.3. exceeded expectations,
Increased Achievement rate in LAPG/NAT6
from _____% to _____% 1.3.4. Decreased 3-met expectations,
number of non-readers from _____ to _____ 2-met below
1.3.5. Decreased June 2016-
expectations,
numbers of non-numerates from _____ to _____ March 2017 1-failed to
1.3.6. Increased meet expectations
enrolment rate from ____% to _____%

2 Learning 2.1 Promoted 90% Child friendly through achieving 7% Performance was:
Environment 90% CFSS Rating at the end of the school year 5-
extraordinary,
(20%) 4-
January
exceeded expectations,
2016 -March
2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
2.2 Strengthen mentoring & coaching/technical 7% 1-failed
Performance was:to
meet expectations 5-
assistance to Teachers by 75%
extraordinary,
4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

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2.3 Achieved 75% implementation of the work 6% Performance was:
plan/action plan of the different school 5-
extraordinary,
organizations and clubs > 4-
Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) exceeded expectations,
> MATH June 2016-
March 2017 3-met expectations,

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3 Human 3.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes 8% Performance was:
Resource (KSA) through School Learning Cell once a 5-
extraordinary,
Management & month 4-
Development June 2016- exceeded expectations,
(20%) March 2017
3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers 8% Performance
1-failed
was:to
to attend INSET/Meetings/ meet expectations 5-
extraordinary,
Conferences/Congress 4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017
3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost 6% Performance was:to
1-failed
the moral of the teachers monthly meet expectations 5-
extraordinary,
4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
4 Parents 4.1 Ensure 100% readiness of school environment 10% Performance was:
Involvement & through 95% stakeholders participation and 5-
extraordinary,
Community 100,000.00 (human & material resources) 4-
Partnership generated June 2016- exceeded expectations,
(20%) March 2017 3-met expectations,

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4.2 Ensure 100% participation of SGC, SPT and 5% Performance was:
QAT in the Planning and implementation of 5-
extraordinary,
SIP/AIP/PAPs 4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
4.3 Strengthened 75% linkages to stakeholders 5% Performance was:
5-
extraordinary,
4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

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5 School 5.1 Maximized the proper utilization of 3% Performance was:
Leadership MOOE/PTA/Canteen & other School Fund 5-
extraordinary,
Management & 4-
Operation June 2016- exceeded expectations,
(10%) March 2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
5.2 Ensured 75% compliance to existing laws, 4% Performance was:
policies, orders, and memoranda of the 5-
extraordinary,
department 4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
5.3 Improved the leadership style in 3% Performance was:
communicating, developing and implementing 5-
extraordinary,
the Deped Vision, Mission and Goal 4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met expectations,

2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to
Performance was:
5-
extraordinary,
4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
6 Plus Factor 1 Research/SIM
March 2017
3-met expectations,

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expectations,
1-failed to
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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee: JAMES M. ORIENTE Name of Rater: ALFREDO B. GUMARU, Ed.D.
Position: Head Teacher I Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Supe
Bureau/Division: SAN PABLO ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review: March 2017
Rating Period: April 2016 - March 2017
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MFO-2. Basic 1 Instructional 1.1 Improved the performance of 6 Elementary 15% Performance was: Improved
5-extraordinary, Performance
Education Leadership school teachers by 75% based on NCBTS rating of teachers
4-
Services (35%) at the end of March 2017 exceeded expectations, thru the use
June 2016- of Computer
3-met Technology
March 2017 expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
1.2 Applied Instructional Supervision to 6 teachers 10% expectations
Performance was: conducted
5-extraordinary, using the
in all grade levels for at least twice a month per different
4-
teacher. exceeded expectations, monitoring
June 2016- tools (e.g.
3-met CB-PAST,
March 2017 expectations, TLOG,
2-met below STAR)
expectations,
1-failed to meet
1.3 Provided Technial Assistance to teachers on the 10% Performance was: TA extended
5-extraordinary, to teachers on
preparation of Test Question & Table of the prep. Of
4-
Specification (TOS) quarterly June 2016- exceeded expectations, Test Question
& TOS
March 2017 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
2 School 2.1 Maintained smooth daily operations in school 10% Performance was: Observe
5-extraordinary, transparency
Management (Citizens Charter, Transparency board, etc.) school daily
4-
and Operations exceeded expectations, operation
Year round
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2.2 Submitted MOOE Liquidation Report 8% Performance was: monthly
5-extraordinary, liquidated
4-
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations, was:
Performance All PPAs of
2.3 Implemented DepEd Programs in School 7%
5-extraordinary, DepEd
4- implemente
June 2016- exceeded expectations, d
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MFO-2. Basic 3 Learning 3.1 Maintained instructional rooms conducive for 10% Performance was:
Education Environment learning. 5-extraordinary, Maintained
4- Classroom
Services (20%) exceeded expectations,
June 2016- conducice
3-met
March 2017 expectations, to learning
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
3.2 Implemented the Child Protection Policy 5% Performance was: CPC
5-extraordinary, Implement
4- ed
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
Performance was:
3.3 Provided a child-friendly learning enviroment 5% Observed
5-extraordinary, Child
4- Friendly
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 indicators
3-met
expectations, in school
2-met below
expectations,
Performance was: Provided TA
4 Human 4.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes 4%
5-extraordinary, in the K to 12
Resource (KSA) through coaching, mentoring and School Curriculum
4-
Development Learning Cell (LAC) sessions June 2016- exceeded expectations, through LAC
Session
(10%) March 2017 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
4.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers 3% Performance was: Provided TA
5-extraordinary, in the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ Curriculum
4-
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress exceeded expectations, through
June 2016- INSET,
3-met Meetings,
March 2017 expectations, seminars
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4.3 Recognized Teachers' accomplishments. 3% Performance was:
5-extraordinary,
4- Recognized
June 2016- exceeded expectations, during Teachers
Day Celeb. And
March 2017 3-met Staff Meetings
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
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5 Parents, 5.1 Conducted quarterly Homeroom PTA Meetings 4% Performance was: 4
Teachers and in school 5-extraordinary, Homeroom
4- PTA
Community exceeded expectations, Meetings
Partnership June 2016- 3-met and 2 GPTA
(10%) March 2017 expectations, meetings
2-met below conducted
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
5.2 Acquired support from stakeholders on the the 4% Performance was: Donations
implementation of programs and projects 5-extraordinary, and
4- supports of
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
stakeholde
3-met
March 2017 expectations, rs
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.3 Communicated school accomplishments to 2% Performance was: SRC
stakeholders 5-extraordinary, presented
4- to
June 2016- exceeded expectations,
March 2017 stakeholde
3-met
expectations, rs every
2-met below quarter
expectations,
6 Plus Factor 6.1 Institutionalized the conduct of Action 5% Performance was: TA extended
(5%) Researches, Innovations and Intervention 5-extraordinary, to teachers
4- on the
programs to facilitate teaching and learning June 2016- exceeded expectations, conduct of
process. March 2017 3-met research/inn
expectations, ovation
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet

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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee: VICTORIA SUSAN A. ORIENTE Name of Rater: ALFREDO B. GUMARU JR, Ed.D
Position: Head Teacher III Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superinte
Bureau/Division: Ueg ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review: April 01, 2017
Rating Period: April 2016 - March 2017
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1 Intructional 1.1 Improved the performance of 10 elementary June 2016 to 10% Performance was: Improved 3 3 4
Leadership school teachers by 75% based on NCBTS rating March 2017 5- Performance
extraordinary, of teachers
(30%) at the end of March 2017 4-exceeded thru the use of
expectations, Computer
3-met Technology
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.2 Applied Instructional Supervision to 10 teachers June 2016 to 10% Performance was: conducted 5 5 5
in all grade levels for at least twice a month per March 2017 5- using the
extraordinary, different
teacher. 4-exceeded monitoring
expectations, tools (e.g. CB-
3-met PAST, TLOG,
expectations, STAR)
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.3 Increased school performance indicators by 75% June 2016 to 10% Performance was: Improved 3 4 4
1.3.1. Maintained 0-drop-out rate 1.3.2. March 2017 5- Performanc
extraordinary,
Increased promotion rate from 95.63% to 4-exceeded e indicators
96.44% expectations,
1.3.3. Increased School Based Achievement rate 3-met
from 22.77% to 71.36% 1.3.4. expectations,
2-met below
Decreased number of non-readers from 37.39% expectations,
to 17.51% 1-failed to meet
1.3.6. Increased retention expectations
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2 Learning 2.1 Promoted 90% Child friendly environment June 2016 to 7% Performance was: Observed 4 4 4
Environment through achieving 90% CFSS Rating at the end March 2017 5- Child
extraordinary, Friendly
(20%) of the school year 4-exceeded
indicators in
expectations,
3-met school
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.2 Maintained instructional rooms conducive for June 2016 to 7% expectations
Performance was: Maintained 5 5 5
learning. March 2017 5- Classroom
extraordinary, conducice to
4-exceeded learning
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.3 Achieved 75% implementation of the work June 2016 to 6% Performance was: Implemented 4 4 3
plan/action plan of the different school March 2017 5- action plan of
extraordinary, SPG & Math
organizations and clubs > 4-exceeded
Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) Club
expectations,
> MATH 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
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3 Human 3.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes June 2016 to 8% Performance was: Provided TA in 4 4 4
5- the K to 12
Resource (KSA) through coaching, mentoring and School March 2017 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Management & Learning Cell (LAC) sessions 4-exceeded through LAC
session
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2016 to 7% expectations was:
Performance Provided TA in 5 5 5
5- the K to 12
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2017 Curriculum
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded particularly in
Assessment.
expectations, Thru seminars
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2016 to 5% Performance
expectations was: Recognized 4 4 4
the moral of the teachers March 2017 5- during
extraordinary, Teachers Day
4-exceeded Celeb. And
expectations, Staff Meetings
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 Parents 4.1 Ensure 100% stakeholders' participation and June -March 5% Performance was: 100% 5 4 4
Involvement & 100,000.00 (human & material resources) 2016 5- Participation
extraordinary, of
Community generated in implementing school's programs, 4-exceeded
Partnership projects and activities stakeholders
expectations,
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4.2 Communicated School Accomplishment to June 2016 to 3% Performance was: SRC 4 4 5
Stakeholders through GPTA Assembly, & March 2017 5- presented to
extraordinary, stakeholders
HRPTA Meeting 4-exceeded
every quarter
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
4.3 Established linkages to stakeholders (LGU, June 2016 to 2% Performance was: Donations 4 4 4
NGOs, Alumni) March 2017 5- and supports
extraordinary, of
4-exceeded stakeholders
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5 School 5.1 Maximized the proper utilization of school June 2016 to 5% Performance was: monthly 5 5 5
Leadership funds e.g. MOOE, PTA, Canteen proceeds & March 2017 5- liquidated
extraordinary,
Management & other school funds 4-exceeded
Operation expectations,
(10%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Ensured 75% compliance to existing laws, June 2016 to 3% Performance was: All PPAs of 5 5 5
policies, orders, and memoranda of DepEd, March 2017 5- DepEd
extraordinary, implemented
COA and CSC 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.3 Maintained smooth daily operations in school June 2016 to 2% Performance was: Observed 4 4 4
(cititens' charter, transparency board, etc.) March 2017 5- transparency
extraordinary,
4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
6 Plus Factor Institutionalized to conduct Innovations and June 2016 to 10% Performance was: TA extended to 3 4 3
(10%) Intervention programs to facilitate teaching and March 2017 5- teachers on the
extraordinary, conduct of
learning process. 4-exceeded research/innov
expectations, ation
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM
Name of Employee: JAMES M. ORIENTE Name of Rater: ALFREDO B. GUMARU JR, Ed.D
Position: Head Teacher I Position: OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superinte
Bureau/Division: SAN PABLO ES - San Mariano I District Date of Review: October 2016
Rating Period: April 2016 - March 2017
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1 Intructional 1.1 Improved the performance of 6 elementary June 2016- 10% Performance was:
Leadership school teachers by 75% based on NCBTS rating March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
(30%) at the end of March 2017 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.2 Applied Instructional Supervision to 6 teachers 10% Performance was:
in all grade levels for at least once a week per 5-
extraordinary,
teacher. 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
1.3 Increased school performance indicators by 75% June 2016- 10% Performance was:
1.3.1. Maintained 0-drop-out rate 1.3.2. March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
Increased promotion rate from ____% to _____ 4-exceeded
% 1.3.3. expectations,
Increased Achievement rate in LAPG/NAT6 3-met
from _____% to _____% 1.3.4. Decreased expectations,
2-met below
number of non-readers from _____ to _____ expectations,
1.3.5. Decreased 1-failed to meet
numbers of non-numerates from _____ to _____ expectations
1.3.6. Increased
enrolment rate from ____% to _____%

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2 Learning 2.1 Promoted 90% Child friendly environment January 7% Performance was:
Environment through achieving 90% CFSS Rating at the end 2016 -March 5-
extraordinary,
(20%) of the school year 2017 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.2 Maintained instructional rooms conducive for June 2016- 7% expectations
Performance was:
learning. March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
2.3 Achieved 75% implementation of the work June 2016- 6% Performance was:
plan/action plan of the different school March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
organizations and clubs > 4-exceeded
Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) expectations,
> MATH 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations

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3 Human 3.1 Enrich teachers knowledge, skills and attitudes June 2016- 8% Performance was:
Resource (KSA) through coaching, mentoring and School March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
Management & Learning Cell (LAC) sessions 4-exceeded
Development expectations,
(20%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.2 Increased the level of participation of teachers June 2016- 7% expectations was:
Performance
to attend seminars/workshops/INSET/ March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
Meetings/ Conferences/Congress 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
3.3 Strengthened the recognition and award to boost June 2016- 5% Performance
expectations was:
the moral of the teachers monthly March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4 Parents 4.1 Ensured 100% stakeholders' participation and June 2016- 5% Performance was:
Involvement & 100,000.00 (human & material resources) March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
Community generated in implementing school's programs, 4-exceeded
Partnership projects and activities expectations,
(10%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
4.2 Ensure 100% participation of SGC, SPT and June 2016- 3% Performance was:
QAT in Planning and implementation of PPA's March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
based on SIP/AIP/PAPs 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
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4.3 Established linkages to stakeholders (LGU, June 2016- 2% Performance was:
NGOs, Alumni) March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet

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5 School 5.1 Maximized the proper utilization of school June 2016- 5% Performance was:
Leadership funds e.g. MOOE, PTA, Canteen proceeds & March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
Management & other school funds 4-exceeded
Operation expectations,
(10%) 3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.2 Ensured 75% compliance to existing laws, June 2016- 3% Performance was:
policies, orders, and memoranda of DepEd, March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
COA and CSC 4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
5.3 Maintained smooth daily operations in school June 2016- 2% Performance was:
(cititens' charter, transparency board, etc.) March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
4-exceeded
expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
6 Plus Factor 1 Institutionalized the conduct of Action June 2016- 10% Performance was:
(10%) Researches, Innovations and Intervention March 2017 5-
extraordinary,
programs to facilitate teaching and learning 4-exceeded
process. expectations,
3-met
expectations,
2-met below
expectations,
1-failed to meet
expectations
Overall Rating for Accomplishments

JAMES M. ORIENTE ALFREDO B. GUMARU JR., Ed.D. EDNA P. ABUAN, P


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(Ratee) (Rater) (Approving Author
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Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region 02
SCHOOLS DIVISION OF ISABELA
Ilagan

DEVELOPMENT PLAN

ACTION PLAN
STRENGTHS DEVELOPMENTAL NEEDS (Recommended Developmental TIMELINE RESOURCES NEEDED
Intervention)

JESUS D. ANTONIO VILMA C. CABRERA, Ph.D. MADELYN L. MACALLING, Ph.D.


Education Program Supervisor OIC-Chief, SGOD OIC-Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
(Ratee) (Rater) (Approving Authority)