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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IV- B MIMAROPA
Division of Occidental Mindoro
District of Abra de Ilog
ABRA DE ILOG CENTRAL SCHOOL

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

Name of Employee: MELITA C. MARASIGAN Name of Rater: EMELITA C. DELA ROSA
Position: MASTER TEACHER I Position: PRINCIPAL III
Review Period: Date of Review:
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION-OCCIDENTAL MINDORO
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION
MFO’s KRA’s OBJECTIVES TIME LINE WEIGHT PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ACTUAL RATING SCORE
PER KRA (QUALITY, EFFICIENCY, TIMELINESS) RESULTS
O E T Ave.
Basic Professional 1. Participated in seminars, June 2015 – Outstanding (5)
Education Growth and workshops, trainings within a March 2016 20%  Attended 5 seminars, workshops,
Services Development year. trainings within a year
20% 10% Very Satisfactory (4)
 Attended 4 seminars, workshops,
trainings within a year
Satisfactory (3)
 Attended 3 seminars, workshops,
trainings within a year
Unsatisfactory (2)
 Attended 2 seminars, workshops,
trainings within a year
Poor (1)
 Attended 1 seminars, workshops,
trainings within a year

2. Served as demonstration June 2015 Outstanding (5)
teacher March 2016  4 lessons demonstration served
5% Very Satisfactory (4)
 3 lessons demonstration served
Satisfactory (3)

Outstanding (5) competencies for the pupils March 2016  100% of the required competencies in in every quarter every quarter completed 20% Very Satisfactory (4)  80-99% of the required competencies in every quarter completed Satisfactory (3)  60-79% of the required competencies in every quarter completed Unsatisfactory (2)  40-59% of the required competencies in every quarter completed Poor (1)  39% and below of the required competencies in every quarter . Completed the required June 2015. Handled teaching loads June 2015 40% Outstanding (5) Competence every year March 2016  360 required teaching loads handled 40% 10% for year Very Satisfactory (4)  300 required teaching loads handled for year Satisfactory (3)  240 required teaching loads handled for year Unsatisfactory (2)  180 required teaching loads handled for year Poor (1)  120 minutes below of required teaching loads handled for year 2.  2 lessons demonstration served Unsatisfactory (2)  1 lessons demonstration served Poor (1)  No lessons demonstration served 3. Abided by the code of June 2015  Maintained a high regard as teacher ethics for Professional March 2016 Based on the school heads/peers teachers judgment 5% Instructional 1.

Observed teachers every June 2015. Outstanding (5) Supervision quarter March 2016  5 Teachers or more / quarter observed 40% 20% Very Satisfactory (4)  4 Teachers / quarter observed Satisfactory (3)  3 Teachers / quarter observed Unsatisfactory (2)  2 Teachers / quarter observed Poor (1)  1 Teacher / quarter observed 2. Outstanding (5) performance of School March 2016  5 MPS NAT increase 10% Very Satisfactory (4)  4 MPS NAT increase Satisfactory (3)  3 MPS NAT increase Unsatisfactory (2)  2 MPS NAT increase Poor (1)  1 and below MPS NAT Increase Instructional 1. Increased NAT June 2015. Conducted June 2015. completed 3. Updated parents on June 2015. Outstanding (5) children’s progress and March 2016 . Outstanding (5) mentoring/coaching March 2016  5 and above teacher Activities with teachers mentoring/coaching activities were 10% conducted Very Satisfactory (4)  4 teachers mentoring/coaching activities were conducted Satisfactory (3)  3 teachers mentoring/coaching activities were conducted Unsatisfactory (2)  1-2 teachers mentoring/coaching activities were conducted Poor (1) No Teacher mentoring/coaching activities were conducted 3.

the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS EMELITA C. DELA ROSA MELITA C. MARASIGAN ________________ Rater Ratee Approving Authority . Performed work/activities June 2015. problems through dialogues.  Acted as trainer/facilitator *To get the score.  Updated 100% and above parents on conferences and PTA children’s progress and problems meetings Very Satisfactory (4) 10%  Updated 80-99% parents on children’s progress and problems Satisfactory (3)  Updated 60-79% parents on children’s progress and problems Unsatisfactory (2)  Updated 40-59% parents on children’s progress and problems Poor (1)  Updated 39% and below parents on children’s progress and problems PLUSFACTOR 1.  Acted as subject coordinator that contribute to teaching – March 2016  Acted as coach in English learning process.