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Department of Education
Region III
City Schools Division of Mabalacat
SAN FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mabalacat City
Indiv...
2. Conduct seminar, training, and workshop for
teachers on learning areas handled.
3. Serve as resource person or member o...
2. Achieve a 100% passing rate for pupils making
them attain a final rating from 75% and above in
subjects handled at the ...
2. Manage performance of Intermediate teachers
following the RPMS cycle.
3. Conduct mentoring/coaching activities with
Gra...
sessionswere conducted;
2- One(1)teacher
mentoring/coaching
sessionswere conducted;
1- One(1)teacher
mentoring/coaching
se...
2. Serve as OIC of the school in the absence of the
principal.
June2015-
March2016
2%
1- No supporting
documents.
5- If AL...
Department of Education
Region III
City Schools Division of Mabalacat
SAN FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mabalacat City
Indiv...
2. Conduct seminar, training, and workshop for
teachers on learning areas handled.
3. Serve as resource person or member o...
2. Achieve a 100% passing rate for pupils making
them attain a final rating from 75% and above in
subjects handled at the ...
2. Manage performance of Intermediate teachers
following the RPMS cycle.
3. Conduct mentoring/coaching activities with
Gra...
2- One(1)teacher
mentoring/coaching
sessionswere conducted;
1- One(1)teacher
mentoring/coaching
sessionswere conducted
wit...
2. Serve as OIC of the school in the absence of the
principal.
June2015-
March2016
2%
documents.
5- If ALL documentsare
pr...
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Sample RPMS for MT II

  1. 1. Department of Education Region III City Schools Division of Mabalacat SAN FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mabalacat City Individual Performance Commitment and Review Name ofEmployee: EVELYN D. MERCADO Name ofRater: RICHARD A. BROÑOLA Position: MASTER TEACHER II Position: PRINCIPAL III 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. Professional Growth and Development 1. Participate in training, seminars or workshops within the school year (school, division, regional or national). June 2015- March 2016 30% 10% 5- Attended at least 5 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 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, seminarorworkshop in any a. Memorandum b. TravelOrder c. Certificateof Appearance d. Certificateof Participation
  2. 2. 2. Conduct seminar, training, and workshop for teachers on learning areas handled. 3. Serve as resource person or member of the Technical Working Group (TWG) at the school or division level. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 10% 10% level. Carried out a seminar/workshop/training for teachers on learning areas handled. 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. Served as resource speaker or TWG member 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. a. Letter of Request signed by the school Head b. TrainingDesign signed by the school head. c. Program d. Registration e. Attendance sheet f. Certificates g. Post Training evaluation h. Project proposal a. Invitation or designation letter/ b. Program. c. Certificateof Appearance d. Certificateof Recognition/Appre ciation d. Trainingdesign e. Program Completion Report Basic Education Services II. Instructional Competence 1. Handle regular teaching loads for the assigned grade/learning area. June2015- March2016 30% 10% 5- 100% required teaching load handled for a year; 4- 85% to 99% required teachingloadhandled for a year; 3- 70% to 84% required teachingload handled for a year; 2- 55% to 69% required Class Program
  3. 3. 2. Achieve a 100% passing rate for pupils making them attain a final rating from 75% and above in subjects handled at the end of the school year. 3. Increase achievement/proficiency level of pupils handledonlearningareaassigned(at least 2 to 5 % in Project IDEALs or NAT for Grade VI). June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 10% 10% teachingloadhandled for a year; and 1- 54% and below required teachingloadhandled for a year. 5- 100% of pupils handled passed; 4- 85% to 99% of pupils handled passed; 3- 70% to 84% of pupils handled passed; 2- 55% to 69% of pupils handled passed; and 1- 54% and below of pupils handled passed. 5- Attained 5% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 4- Attained 4% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 3- Attained 3% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 2- Attained 2% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 1- Attained 1% increase in achievement/proficiency level. Performance Indicator specifically Promotion Rate Copyof Project IDEALs or NAT Results Education Governance III. Instructional Supervision 1. Observe Grade IV to VI teachers with post conference in everyquarter. June2015- March2016 30% 15% 5-100% of the Intermediate teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 4- 85% to 99% of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; a. Observation Sheets b. Report on Post Conferences signedby the observer and conform bythe teacherobserved
  4. 4. 2. Manage performance of Intermediate teachers following the RPMS cycle. 3. Conduct mentoring/coaching activities with Grades IV-VI teachers within the school year. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 10% 3- 70% to 84% of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 2- 55% to 69% of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 1- 54% and below of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year. 5- Evaluated 100% teacher performance following RPMS framework cycle; 4- Evaluated 85% to 99% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 3- Evaluated 70% to 84% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 2- Evaluated 55% to 69% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 1- Evaluated 54% and below teacher performance following RPMS framework cycle. 5- Four(4)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted andproperlydocumented; 4- Three(3)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted; 3- Two(2)teacher mentoring/coaching c. Picturesif an Status Report per RPMS Cycle a. List of activities per mentoring session b. Completion Report c. Pictures
  5. 5. sessionswere conducted; 2- One(1)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted; 1- One(1)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted withoutproper documentation. TechnicalAssistance 1. Lead the school selection committee in the evaluation of credentials when hiring or promoting teachers. 2. Participate actively in school strategic planning process involving internal and external stakeholders. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 3% 2% 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documentsare missing. 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; 1- No supporting documents. a. Designation Letter; b. List of School Selection Committee c. Pictures; d. Copyof Criteria/Indicators for evaluating credentials; e. List of ranking a. SchoolMemo b. Written Report/ Minutesof the Meeting c. Attendance d. other MOVs (Meansof Verification)such as pictures Plus Factor 1. Representthe schoolinconferencesor events as delegated bythe school head. June2015- March2016 5% 3% 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; a. TravelOrder b. Written Report/ Minutesof the Meeting c. Certificate of Appearance d. Memo
  6. 6. 2. Serve as OIC of the school in the absence of the principal. June2015- March2016 2% 1- No supporting documents. 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; 1- No supporting documents. a. Designation letter b. Certification signedby the principal c. Activities undertaken d. other MOVs (Meansof Verification)such as pictures RATER: RATEE: APPROVING AUTHORITY: RICHARD A. BROÑOLA EVELYN D. MERCADO ESTELITA G. PINEDA, CESO V Principal III Master Teacher II Schools Division Superintendent
  7. 7. Department of Education Region III City Schools Division of Mabalacat SAN FRANCISCO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Mabalacat City Individual Performance Commitment and Review Name ofEmployee: EVELYN D. MERCADO Name of Rater: RICHARD A. BROÑOLA Position: MASTER TEACHER II Position: PRINCIPAL III 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. Professional Growth and Development 1. Participate in training, seminars or workshops within the school year (school, division, regional or national). June 2015- March 2016 30% 10% 5- Attended at least 5 trainings, seminars or workshops in any level within the school year; 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, seminarorworkshop in any
  8. 8. 2. Conduct seminar, training, and workshop for teachers on learning areas handled. 3. Serve as resource person or member of the Technical Working Group (TWG) at the school or division level. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 10% 10% level. Carried out a seminar/workshop/training for teachers on learning areas handled. 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. Served as resource speaker or TWG member 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documents are missing. Basic Education Services II. Instructional Competence 1. Handle regular teaching loads for the assigned grade/learning area. June2015- March2016 30% 10% 5- 100% required teaching load handled for a year; 4- 85% to 99% required teachingloadhandled for a year; 3- 70% to 84% required teachingloadhandled for a year; 2- 55% to 69% required teachingloadhandled for a
  9. 9. 2. Achieve a 100% passing rate for pupils making them attain a final rating from 75% and above in subjects handled at the end of the school year. 3. Increase achievement/proficiency level of pupils handledonlearningareaassigned(at least 2 to 5 % in Project IDEALs or NAT for Grade VI). June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 10% 10% year; and 1- 54% and below required teachingloadhandled for a year 5- 100% of pupils handled passed; 4- 85% to 99% of pupils handled passed; 3- 70% to 84% of pupils handled passed; 2- 55% to 69% of pupils handled passed; and 1- 54% and below of pupils handled passed. 5- Attained 5% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 4- Attained 4% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 3- Attained 3% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 2- Attained 2% increase in achievement/proficiency level; 1- Attained 1% increase in achievement/proficiency level; Education Governance III. Instructional Supervision 1. Observe Grade IV to VI teachers with post conference in everyquarter. June2015- March2016 30% 15% 5-100% of the Intermediate teachers were observed two to four times within a year; 4- 85% to 99% of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 3- 70% to 84% of the
  10. 10. 2. Manage performance of Intermediate teachers following the RPMS cycle. 3. Conduct mentoring/coaching activities with Grades IV-VI teachers within the school year. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 10% Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 2- 55% to 69% of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 1- 54% and below of the Intermediateteacherswere observed two to four times within a year; 5- Evaluated 100% teacher performance following RPMS framework cycle; 4- Evaluated 85% to 99% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 3- Evaluated 70% to 84% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 2- Evaluated 55% to 69% teacher performance followingRPMS framework cycle; 1- Evaluated 54% and below teacher performance following RPMS framework cycle; 5- Four(4)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted andproperlydocumented; 4- Three(3)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted; 3- Two(2)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted;
  11. 11. 2- One(1)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted; 1- One(1)teacher mentoring/coaching sessionswere conducted withoutproper documentation TechnicalAssistance 1. Lead the school selection committee in the evaluation of credentials when hiring or promoting teachers. 2. Participate actively in school strategic planning process involving internal and external stakeholders. June2015- March2016 June2015- March2016 5% 3% 2% 5- If ALL documents are present; 4- If 1 documentismissing; 3- If 2 documentsare missing; 2- If 3 documentsare missing;and 1- If 4 documentsare missing. 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; 1- No supporting documents. Plus Factor 1. Representthe schoolinconferencesor events as delegated bythe school head. June2015- March2016 5% 3% 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; 1- No supporting
  12. 12. 2. Serve as OIC of the school in the absence of the principal. June2015- March2016 2% documents. 5- If ALL documentsare present; 4- If 3 documentare present; 3- If 2 documentsare present; and 2- If 1 documentispresent; 1- No supporting documents. RATER: RATEE: APPROVING AUTHORITY: RICHARD A. BROÑOLA EVELYN D. MERCADO ESTELITA G. PINEDA, CESO V Principal III Master Teacher II Schools Division Superintendent

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