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Republic of the Philippines

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
REGION XI
Division of Davao del Sur
Santa Cruz South District
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AGRIPINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (for Teachers )

Name of Employee : VILMA F. GEMENTIZA Name of Rater: MARVI S.. GUDIN


Position : TEACHER II Position: OFFICER IN-CHARGE
Review Period : JUNE 2015 MARCH 2016 Date of Review: _________________________
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Davao del Sur
WEIGH ACTUA
TIME PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
MFO T PER TARGE L RATIN SCOR
KRAS OBJECTIVES FRAM (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY,
S KRA T RESULT G E
E TIMELINESS)
S
Teaching 1. Prepared lesson plan/logs of the learning June to 40 % Lesson Plans/Log plans were prepared
Learning competencies including appropriate, March daily.
Process adequate and updated instructional Each part had a full description of the
LP/DLL of what to do with an example.
materials within the rating period (12%)
Appropriate instructional
materials/teaching aids were prepared.
Competencies of the learning guides
were adopted in the daily logs/lesson 3 5 0.60
plans.
Attained 100% of the desired learning
competencies based on the budget of
work.
(5) when all indicators were met
(4) when 4 all indicators were met
(3) when 3 all indicators were met
(2) when 2 all indicators were met
(1) when 1 all indicators were met
2. Facilitated learning in the school through June to Lesson objectives, teaching methods,
functional lessons plans, daily logs and March learning
innovative teaching strategies. (20%) Varied techniques and strategies suited
to different kinds of learners were being
utilized.
Technology resources in planning,
designing and delivery of the lesson
were utilized.
Situations that encourage learners to
use higher order thinking skills were
created.
Routines and procedures was
established to maximize use of time
and instructional materials.
Appropriate intervention activities for
learners at risk were provided.
Fairness in dealing with the learners at
risk were provided
(5) 100% of the indicators were
rated

WEIGH ACTUA
TIME PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
MFO T PER TARGE L RATIN SCOR
KRAS OBJECTIVES FRAM (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY,
S KRA T RESULT G E
E TIMELINESS)
S
Proficient/Highly Proficient
(4) 85%-99% of the indicators
were rated
Proficient/Highly Proficient
(3) 70%-84% of the indicators
were rated
Proficient/Highly Proficient 3 5 1.00
(2) 69%-51% of the indicators
were rated
Proficient/Highly Proficient
(1) 50% of the indicators were
rated
Proficient/Highly Proficient.
3. Monitored attendance, diversity Attendance of all pupils was
appreciation, safe, positive and systematically monitored.
motivating environment, overall physical Attendance of 75% identified PARDOs
were monitored and followed-up.
atmosphere, cleanliness and orderliness
Behavior problems were handled
of classrooms including proper waste quickly with due respect to childrens
disposal. (8%) rights.
Gender sensitive opportunities for
learning were provided.
Safety, orderliness and cleanliness of
classroom, toilets and proper waste 3 5
disposal were maintained. 0.4
(5) when all indicators were met
(4) when 4 all indicators were met
(3) when 3 all indicators were met
(2) when 2 all indicators were met
(1) when 1 all indicators were met
Pupils/Students 1. Monitored, evaluated and maintained June to 30 % Formative, summative tests congruent
Outcomes pupils/students progress within the rating March to the lesson were being used.
period. (10%) Appropriate reinforcement/feedback to
learners behavior was provided.
Opportunity for learners to
demonstrate their learning was
provided.
Non-traditional authentic assessment 1 5 0.5
techniques was used when needed.
Assignment as reinforcement or
enrichment of the lesson was given.
(5) when all indicators were met
(4) when 4 all indicators were met
(3) when 3 all indicators were met
(2) when 2 all indicators were met
(1) when 1 all indicators were met
2. Conducted remediation/enrichment . (5) Remediation/Enrichment Program is
offered to 130% and above of students who
programs to 75% of the pupils/student
need it.
needing it. (3%) . (4) - Remediation/Enrichment Program is 3 5 0.15
offered to 115-129% of students who need it.
. (3) - Remediation/Enrichment Program is
offered to 100-114% of students who need it.
WEIGH ACTUA
TIME PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
MFO T PER TARGE L RATIN SCOR
KRAS OBJECTIVES FRAM (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY,
S KRA T RESULT G E
E TIMELINESS)
S
. (2) - Remediation/Enrichment Program is
offered to 51-
99% of students who need it.
. (1) - Remediation/Enrichment Program is
offered to
50and below of students who need it.
3. Attained the required General
Scholastic Average (GSA)/Mean
Percentage Score (MPS) and Reading
Proficiency level for every grade/year
level for every learning area. (15%)
. 75% of the pupils attained a GSA of . 5 30% and above over the targeted number 3 2 0.1
85%-89% (Proficient Level) of pupils/students.
. 4 15-29% over the targeted number of pupils
and students
. 3 100% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
2 51-99% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 1 50% and below of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 5 30% and above over the targeted number
of pupils/students.
. 75% of the Grade 3 pupils achieved
. 4 15-29% over the targeted number of pupils
81.76% MPS in NAT 6 and students.
. 3 100% of the targeted number of
pupils/students. 3 2 0.1
. 2 51-99% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 1 50% and below of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 75% of the Grade 3 pupils achieved . 5 30% and above over the targeted number
of pupils/students.
81.76% MPS in NAT 3
. 4 15-29% over the targeted number of pupils
and students.
. 3 100% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 2 51-99% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 1 50% and below of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 75% of the pupils achieved instructional . 5 30% and above over the targeted number
of pupils/students.
level of reading proficiency (MT for
. 4 15-29% over the targeted number of pupils
Grades 1 & 2; English and Filipino for and students.
Grade 3) . 3 100% of the targeted number of
pupils/students. 3 3 0.15
. 2 51-99% of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
. 1 50% and below of the targeted number of
pupils/students.
4. Participated in to curricular/school Participation to Academic and Co-
activities within the rating period (2%) Curricular Competitions
a. National Level 5
b. Regional Level 4
c. Provincial Level 3 3 5 0.1
d. District Level 2
e. School Level - 1

MFO KRAS OBJECTIVES TIME WEIGH PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGE ACTUA RATIN SCOR
S FRAM T PER (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY, T L G E
E KRA TIMELINESS) RESULT
S
Community 1. Supported registration/participated in June to 15 % . (5) 60% and above of the targeted pupils and
teachers supported registration/attended to
Involvement non-government activities like BSP, GSP & March
BSP/GSP/RCYC activities
RCYC (50% of the total number of pupils . (4) 50%-59% of the targeted pupils and
in class) (2%) teachers supported registration/attended to
BSP/GSP/RCYC activities
. (3) 40%-49% of the targeted pupils and 4 5 0.1
teachers supported registration/attended to
BSP/GSP/RCYC activities
. (2) 30%-39% of the targeted pupils and
teachers supported registration/attended to
BSP/GSP/RCYC activities
. (1) below 30% of the targeted pupils and
teachers supported registration/attended to
BSP/GSP/RCYC activities
2. Conducted periodic PTA Homeroom PTA meetings to report
meetings/conferences to report learners learners, progress conducted at least once:
a. a month 5
progress. (5%)
b. in two months 4
c. in three months 3
d. in four months 2
3 5 0.25
e. in five months or more 1
3. Conducted home visits to 75% of the . (5) 30% and above over the targeted number
of pupils that need academic
parents of pupils needing academic
monitoring/identified PARDOs were visited
monitoring/identified PARDOs within the . (4) 15-29% over the targeted number of pupils
rating period. (5%) that need academic monitoring/identified
PARDOs were visited 3 5 0.25
. (3) 100-114% of the targeted number of
pupils that need academic monitoring/identified
PARDOs were visited
. (2) 51-99% of the targeted number of pupils
that need academic monitoring/identified
PARDOs were visited
4. Undertaken/initiated classroom . (5) 100% project accomplishment within the
target date with full documentation report
projects/events/activities with external
. (4) 85% - 99% project accomplishment within
funding or sponsorship within the target the target date with full documentation report
date. (Funding Requirement: Php 3,000 . (3) 70% - 84% project accomplishment within
and up) (3%) the target date with full documentation report
. (2) 69% - 51% project accomplishment within 4 5 0.15
the target date with full documentation report
. (1) 50% and below project accomplishment
within the target date with full documentation
report
Professional 1. Conducted problem/classroom-based June to 15 % Conducted problem/classroom based
Growth and Action Research at least one in a school March action research. Action research was
Development year. (2%) undertaken using the following steps:
a. preparation design
b. conducting the research
c. managing data
d. analyzing data
e. disseminating data
f. utilizing the results
. 5 All indicators were met without any
revision and submitted ahead of schedule
. 4 All indicators were met with minor revision 3 1 0.02
and submitted ahead of schedule
. 3 All indicators were met with minor revision
and

MFO KRAS OBJECTIVES TIME WEIGH PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGE ACTUA RATIN SCOR
S FRAM T PER (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY, T L G E
E KRA TIMELINESS) RESULT
S
submitted on schedule
. 2 All indicators were met with major revision
and submitted behind schedule
. 1 No indicators were met due to the absence
of the action research
2. Submitted oneself for Instructional . 5 30% and above over the targeted number
of instructional supervision conducted
Supervision at least 5 times in a school
. 4 15-29% over the targeted number of
year. (4%) instructional supervision conducted
. 3 100% of the targeted number of
instructional supervision conducted
. 2 51-99% of the targeted number of 3 1 0.04
instructional supervision conducted. 1 50%
and below of the targeted number of
instructional supervision conducted
3. Participated in to 75% . (5) 30% and above participation over the
targeted number of INSET/
INSET/trainings/seminars/workshops called
trainings/seminars/workshop
for. (2%) . (4) 15-29% participation over the targeted
number of INSET/ trainings/seminars/workshop
. (3) 100-114% participation over the targeted
number of INSET/trainings/seminars/workshop
. (2) 51-99% participation of the targeted
number of INSET /trainings/seminars/workshop 3 5 0.1
. (1) 50% and below participation over the
targeted number of
INSET/trainings/seminars/workshop
4. Received academic and co-curricular Academic and Co-Curricular Awards
awards. (2%) Received
a. National Level 5 3 4 0.08
b. Regional Level 4
c. Division Level 3
e. District Level 2
f. School Level 1
5. Produced and published creative . 5 Produced publication/creative work
published in
work/publication for LRMDS/school
National Circulation/DepEd Post/CSC
paper/division publication within the school Newsletters/LRMDS and similar
year. (1%) publications
. 4 Produced publication/creative work
published in 2 1 0.01
regional publications
. 3 Produced publication/creative work
published in
division publications
. 2 Produced publication/creative work
published in
school publications
. 1 Unpublished work produced
6. Punctuality/Attendance/Wearing of 5 incurred less than 4 days absent of the total
number of
Uniform (4%)
official days
. 4 incurred 5-8 days absent of the total number of
* Conformed with the official time of official days
attendance from Monday Friday . 3 incurred 9-12 days absent of the total 5 5 0.05
number of
* Normal Working Hours: (per class official days
program) . 2 incurred 13-16 days absent of the total
number of
official days
. 1 incurred more than 16 days absent of the total
number of
official days

MFO KRAS OBJECTIVES TIME WEIGH PERFORMANCE INDICATORS TARGE ACTUA RATIN SCOR
S FRAM T PER (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY, T L G E
E KRA TIMELINESS) RESULT
S
* Any officer or employee who is absent in . 5 incurred less than 4 times tardiness/
undertime of the total number of official days
the morning is considered to be tardy
. 4 incurred 4-6 times tardiness/undertime of
and the total number of official days
is subject to provision on Habitual . 3 incurred 7-10 times tardiness/ undertime of
Tardiness the total number of official days 5 5 0.05
. 2 incurred 11-15 times tardiness/ undertime
* Any officer or employee who is absent in
of the total number of official days
the afternoon is considered to have . 1 incurred more than 15 times
incurred undertime, subject to the tardiness/undertime of the total number of
official days
provisions on Undertime
* Participation in the Flag Raising/Lowering . 5 incurred not more than 4 days absences of
the total number of flag raising/lowering
Ceremony
ceremonies in a year
. 4 incurred 5-8 days absences of the total
number of flag raising/lowering ceremonies in a
year
. 3 incurred 9-12 days absences of the total 5 5 0.05
number of flag raising/lowering ceremonies in a
year
. 2 incurred 13-16 days absences of the total
number of flag raising/lowering ceremonies in a
year
. 1 incurred more than 16 days absences of
the total number of flag raising/lowering
ceremonies in a year
*Complied with the prescribed uniform . 5 incurred less than 4 times non-compliance
to the wearing of the prescribed uniform
from Monday Thursday (refer to DepEd
. 4 incurred 4-6 times non-compliance to the
Order) wearing of the prescribed uniform
. 3 incurred 7-10 times non-compliance to the
wearing of the prescribed uniform
. 2 incurred11-15 times non-compliance to the 5 5 0.05
wearing of the prescribed uniform
. 1 incurred more than 15 times non-
compliance to the wearing of the prescribed
uniform
Over-All Rating for Accomplishment
4.30
Descriptive Rating
VERY SATISFACTORY
Ratee : Rater :

VILMA F. GEMENTIZA
MARVI S. GUDIN
Teacher II OFFICER IN-
CHARGE

Approved:

ABDULPATTA U. KAMDON
Public Schools District Supervisor