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1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL


FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day
Combined TOTAL PER DAY

0
15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

15

13

12

13

12

13

15

15

15

15

15

15

44

43

44

44

44

44

44

44

44

41

39

41

39

41

44

44

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44

44

44

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for
Late Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

0
Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

June

20

Summary
M

TOTAL

29

15

44

Registered Learners as of end of the month

29

15

44

Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

100

100

100

Average Daily Attendance

29

14

43

Percentage of Attendance for the month

99%

100%

98%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

July

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)


7

LEARNER'S NAME

9 10 11

Victoria Plum

21 22 23 24 25

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

1
M

2
W

3
TH

4
F

14 15 16 17 18
M

TH

TH

28 29 30 31
M

TH

TH

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

F ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BANACIA, NICO RILE

5 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

6 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

7 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

8 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

9 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

10 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

11 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

12 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

13 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

14 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

15 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

16 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

17 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

18 MAATA, JOHN REYNIER NARES

19 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

20 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

21 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

22 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

23 ORUA, RHEYSTER

24 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

25 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

26 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

27 SUNGA, JAMES CLEMENTE

28 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

29 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

30 VALENZUELA, RUEL ESPINOSA

Transferred-in

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

28

29

29

29

29

29

29

29

29

28

26

28

27

29

29

29

29

29

29

29

29

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL

FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day


Combined TOTAL PER DAY

14

14

14

14

13

12

14

14

14

13

12

42

43

43

43

42

41

43

43

43

41

38

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

TRANSFERRED OUT- July 2, 2014 to MALINTA PINALAGAD ANNEX

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13

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14

12

13

14

14

14

14

41

40

43

43

41

42

43

43

43

43

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for
Late Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

0
Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

July

22

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)
Registered Learners as of end of the month
Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

Summary
M

TOTAL

30

15

45

30

14

44

100 93.33

98

Average Daily Attendance

27

13

40

Percentage of Attendance for the month

91%

92%

91%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

August

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)

LEARNER'S NAME

18

19

20

21

Victoria Plum

22

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

1
M

TH

11
M

TH

12
T

13
W

14
TH

15
F

25
M

TH

26
T

27
W

28
TH

29
F

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BANACIA, NICO RILE+B41

5 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

6 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

7 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

8 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

9 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

10 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

11 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

12 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

13 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

14 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

15 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

16 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

17 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

18 MAATA, JOHN REYNIER NARES

19 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

20 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

21 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

22 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

23 ORUA, RHEYSTER

24 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

25 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

26 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

27 SUNGA, JAMES CLEMENTE

28 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

29 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

30 VALENZUELA, RUEL ESPINOSA

Transferred-in

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

29

30

30

30

30

28

28

28

30

28

30

27

29

29

30

30

30

28

28

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL

FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day


Combined TOTAL PER DAY

14

14

13

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

13

13

14

14

43

44

43

44

44

42

42

42

44

42

43

40

43

43

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

TRANSFERRED OUT- July 2, 2014 to MALINTA PINALAGAD ANNEX

14
0

44

14

13

11

12

44

43

39

40

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for Late
Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

August

19

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)
Registered Learners as of end of the month
Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

Summary
M

TOTAL

30

15

45

30

14

44

100 93.33

98

Average Daily Attendance

29

14

43

Percentage of Attendance for the month

97%

97%

97%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

September

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)

LEARNER'S NAME

10

11

12

22

23

24

25

Victoria Plum

26

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

1
M

2
T

3
W

4
TH

15
M

TH

16
T

17
W

18
TH

19
F

29
M

TH

30
T

TH

ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BANACIA, NICO RILE

5 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

6 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

7 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

8 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

9 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

11

10 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

11 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

12 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

13 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

14 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

15 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

16 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

17 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

18 MAATA, JOHN REYNIER NARES

19 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

20 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

21 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

22 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

23 ORUA, RHEYSTER

24 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

25 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

26 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

27 SUNGA, JAMES CLEMENTE

28 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

29 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

30 VALENZUELA, RUEL ESPINOSA

Transferred-in

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

17

21

24

21

17

24

22

22

21

19

26

21

22

20

26

18

26

26

26

14

26

23

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL


FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day
Combined TOTAL PER DAY

3
11

14

14

11

12

13

12

11

14

10

11

12

14

14

14

14

14

13

28

29

38

35

25

35

34

35

33

30

40

31

33

32

40

25

40

40

40

22

40

36

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

TRANSFERRED OUT- July 2, 2014 to MALINTA PINALAGAD ANNEX

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for Late
Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

August

19

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)
Registered Learners as of end of the month
Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

Summary
M

TOTAL

30

15

45

30

14

44

100 93.33

98

Average Daily Attendance

25

14

39

Percentage of Attendance for the month

85%

97%

89%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

October

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)

LEARNER'S NAME

10

20

21

22

23

Victoria Plum

24

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

1
M

2
TH

13
M

TH

14
T

15
W

16
TH

17
F

27
M

TH

28
T

29
W

30
TH

31
F

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BANACIA, NICO RILE+B41

5 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

6 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

7 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

8 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

9 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

10 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

11 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

12 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

13 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

14 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

15 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

16 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

17 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

18 MAATA, JOHN REYNIER NARES

19 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

20 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

21 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

22 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

23 ORUA, RHEYSTER

24 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

25 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

26 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

27 SUNGA, JAMES CLEMENTE

28 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

29 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

30 VALENZUELA, RUEL ESPINOSA

Transferred-in

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

30

30

29

30

30

30

30

29

28

27

30

26

27

30

30

30

30

30

29

30

30

29

29

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL

FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day


Combined TOTAL PER DAY

14

14

14

14

13

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

13

13

14

14

14

14

14

14

13

11

12

44

44

43

44

43

44

44

43

42

41

44

40

40

43

44

44

44

44

43

44

43

40

41

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

TRANSFERRED OUT- July 2, 2014 to MALINTA PINALAGAD ANNEX

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for Late
Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

October

23

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)
Registered Learners as of end of the month
Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

Summary
M

TOTAL

30

15

45

30

14

44

100 93.33

98

Average Daily Attendance

29

14

43

Percentage of Attendance for the month

98%

97%

97%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

November

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)

10

LEARNER'S NAME

11

12

13

14

24

25

26

27

Victoria Plum

28

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

3
M

4
T

5
W

6
TH

17
M

TH

18
T

19
W

20
TH

21
F

TH

TH

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BANACIA, NICO RILE+B41

5 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

6 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

7 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

8 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

9 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

10 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

11 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

12 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

13 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

14 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

15 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

16 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

17 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

18 MAATA, JOHN REYNIER NARES

19 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

20 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

21 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

22 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

23 ORUA, RHEYSTER

24 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

25 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

26 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

27 SUNGA, JAMES CLEMENTE

28 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

29 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

30 VALENZUELA, RUEL ESPINOSA

Transferred-in

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

30

30

29

30

30

30

30

29

28

27

30

26

27

30

30

30

30

30

29

30

30

29

29

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BALILA, MARY ROSE -

3 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

4 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

5 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

6 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

7 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

8 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

9 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

10 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

11 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI

12 RODOLFA, MICHAELA ANGELA VALENZUELA

13 SAAVEDRA, ALISA MAE B

14 SABIDO, DENIELLE ANNE DEMONI

15 VILLAMIN, ALLYNNA JENINE MARCIAL

FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day


Combined TOTAL PER DAY

14

14

14

14

13

14

14

14

14

14

14

14

13

13

14

14

14

14

14

14

13

11

12

44

44

43

44

43

44

44

43

42

41

44

40

40

43

44

44

44

44

43

44

43

40

41

GUIDELINES:
1. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance.
2. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name.
3. To compute the following:
Registered Learners as of end of the month
a.
Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year
Total Daily Attendance
b.
Number of School Days in reporting month
Average daily attendance
c.
Registered Learners as of end of the month
4. Every end of the month, the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table into
School Form 4. Once signed by the principal, this form should be returned to the adviser.
5. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5
consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.
6. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.
*

School Form 2 : Page ___ of ________

TRANSFERRED OUT- July 2, 2014 to MALINTA PINALAGAD ANNEX

1. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE


(blank) - Present; (x)- Absent; Tardy (half shaded= Upper for Late
Commer, Lower for Cutting Classes)

x 100

x 100

2. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT


a. Domestic-Related Factors
a.1. Had to take care of siblings
a.2. Early marriage/pregnancy
a.3. Parents' attitude toward schooling
a.4. Family problems
b. Individual-Related Factors
b.1. Illness
b.2. Overage
b.3. Death
b.4. Drug Abuse
b.5. Poor academic performance
b.6. Lack of interest/Distractions
b.7. Hunger/Malnutrition
c. School-Related Factors
c.1. Teacher Factor
c.2. Physical condition of classroom
c.3. Peer influence
d. Geographic/Environmental
d.1. Distance between home and school
d.2. Armed conflict (incl. Tribal wars & clanfeuds)
d.3. Calamities/Disasters
e. Financial-Related
e.1. Child labor, work
f. Others (Specify)

Month:

No. of Days of
Classes:

October

23

* Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June)


Late Enrollment during the month
(beyond cut-off)
Registered Learners as of end of the month
Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month

Summary
M

TOTAL

30

15

45

30

14

44

100 93.33

98

Average Daily Attendance

29

14

43

Percentage of Attendance for the month

98%

97%

97%

Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days:

Drop out

Transferred out

Transferred in

I certify that this is a true and correct report.


RIZALINO I. VALCOBA
(Signature of Teacher over Printed Name)
Attested by:
FLORITA R. MATIC
(Signature of School Head over Printed Name)

School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners


(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile)

136822

School ID

Name of School

School Year

2014-2015

Report for the Month of

Caruhatan West Elementary School

December

Grade Level

II

Section
Total for the
Month

(1st row for date)

LEARNER'S NAME

10

11

12

24

25

26

27

Victoria Plum

28

(Last Name, First Name,


Middle Name)

1
M

2
T

3
W

4
TH

15
M

TH

16
T

17
W

18
TH

19
F

TH

TH

ABSENT TARDY

1 ABALOS, CHARLS ARON MAGNAWA

2 ALINGOD, JOHN MARK ALLER

3 BAIS, JOVEN TORRES

4 BAARES, JAN VINCENT DEMETILLO

5 BORBON, MATTHEW SABIDO

6 CARIDO, ALEXIS MAKABENTA

7 CATINDOY, MANUEL HINAUTAN

8 DEBESME, JOMAR DACALCAL

9 DELA CRUZ, JOEVIC NA

10 DELGADO, DANIEL CRUZ

11 FURING, ERROL LESTER LEYCO

12 JAMON, JUNIEL MARK -

13 JUMAO-AS, CHRISTIAN -

14 LAJOM, CHARLES CEDRICK DIMANGAY

15 LOPEZ, MARK DUSTIN LUCENESIO

16 LUMANTA, JOSHUA LUMPAYAO

17 MACASAQUIT, SEAN KEVIN MANLOZA

18 MATIAS, MARK LHESTER TAPANAN

19 NIM, MARCKEY CLARIDAD

20 PARSONS JR, WILLIAM SUMALINOG

21 ORUA, RHEYSTER

22 PELAYO, JOHN PAUL RULL

23 PORQUILLANO JR, RADITO ORUA

24 REBULDELA, DARWIN BARROZA

25 TARUN, JOHN BRIAN SANZ

26 TARUN, JOHN CARLO SANZ

0
0
0
0
0

REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state


reason, please refer to legend number 2.
If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name
of School.)

MALE | TOTAL Per Day

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

26

1 ARIBACA, JOSEPHINE MONTAEZ

2 BORJA, ZAIRA MAE ADRIANO

3 BUENO, MAREIL SALVADOR

4 CALMA, DANE ANGELLIC SECULA

5 DE GALICIA, CHARMAINE KATE BARBOSA

6 DETABLAN, JAMAICA ESCARIO

7 ESQUILADOR, ROSELA SHEEN MANAOIS

8 LANTAJO, MIA MAY -

9 MACASPAC, LEI MARIE NICOLE -

5.10 MANABO, CRISTINA NABI


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0
0
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