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ROBERT B.

ESTRELLA STADIUM
ROSALES, PANGASINAN
MARCH 15, 2017
For the THIRD time in three years,
PANGASINAN DIVISION II
captured the
OVER-ALL R1AA MEET CHAMPIONSHIP
by posting
58 GOLD
52 SILVER
47 BRONZE
medals.
May we, as a family congratulate and
commend the efforts, heroism, and sacrifices
of our Athletes, Coaches, Trainers, Chaperons,
Officials, Stakeholders, and benefactors for this
historic victory of Pangasinan Division II.

This THREE-PEAT fate undoubtedly


cemented our Sports Supremacy in Region I.

Mabuhay Pangasinan Division II.


Pangasinan II, Love ko to!
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School Year 2016-2017


End of School Year Rites
Theme:
Sabay-Sabay na Hakbang Tungo
sa Maunlad na Kinabukasan
REMINDING:
DEPED ORDER NO 8, S 2015
POLICY ON CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT
AND DEPED ORDER NO 36, S 2016
POLICY ON AWARDS AND RECOGNITION FOR K-12 BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAM
• Simple, Meaningful, Solemn
• Donation: resolution to authorize
* deposit it to the PTA account
* let them withdraw and donate
• Conferment of Right
* in the souvenir program

By the authority of the Schools Division Superintendent


Mr. Redentor B. Aquino, EPS
By the authority of the Schools Division
Superintendent, and acting upon the
recommendation of your principal that you have
successfully completed all the requirements as
prescribed by the Department of Education for
Elementary Schools/for the Junior High Schools, I,
Mr. Redentor B. Aquino, Education Program
Supervisor I hereby confirm your
graduation/completion rites and declare you
graduates (of the elementary) /completers (of the
Junior HS) effective today, April 7, 2017. I therefore
confer upon you all the rights and privileges
thereto appertaining.
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• make an accounting of your teachers


• report to the Administrative Officer V
*cc Accountant
• for newly hired teachers w/o the BP
number, personal/government share
cannot be remitted
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• organize them, let them have their own


activities with respect to our activities,
by zone
• winners of their zones can join our
Division Contests/Activities
*they can join the district
competitions/eliminations
*school press conference per tradition
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• creating new positions/items for the


purpose of upgrading and in the
process, dissolving the old position/item
* T2, T3, HTs, Ps, MT1, MT2, MT3
• lump-sum amount lodged at Regional
DBM
• possible reclassification to MT3: our
division is pioneering in it
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Collection of Data,
Submission of
Required Reports
Head of Task Force - ASDS Sheila Marie A. Primicias
Assistant Head of TF - Chief Rosalino T. Agpalo, Jr.
Head of Secretariat - SEPS Ma. Cristina Daligcon
Members of Secretariat - ES Maybelene Bautista
PO Marivic Laoagan
PDO Hilario Olivo, Jr.
Engr. Charles Bangdo
BO Josephine Laud
SO Eddie Cancino
HR Yogie S. Castañeto
ITO Brent S. Coronado
Staff - Francis Henry Palaruan
Camille Layos
John Eric Taradel
• updating consolidating, correcting, and
upgrading our database for purposes of
submitting timely and accurate reports

• email addresses:
- cristina_daligcon@yahoo.com
- attydon@icloud.com
- pang2_asds@yahoo.com.ph
- smaprimicias@gmail.com
- rtagpalo@gmail.com
- pangasinan2@deped.gov.ph
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• NOSA
• NOSI
• LOEGSI
• Due for Loyalty Pay
• Due for Step Increment
• PAL
• Plantilla
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• Buildings
• Land title, deed of donation, tax
declaration
• Equipment
• etc.
- responsibility of the Property custodian
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• there is a special order to its effect -


…when conflict of schedule arises
- it is the obligation of the teacher
to prioritize his/her work in the
school
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• Subject to the recommending


approval of the supervisor
• Head of agency – reserves the right
to approve/disapprove
• Implication when ATT is approved
- school level
- unit level
*be mindful of extraordinary care/diligence
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• evidence-based
Phases:
I – Performance Planning and Commitment
II – Performance Monitoring and Coaching
III – Performance Review and Evaluation
IV – Performance Rewards and Development
• to be crafted by head of office and
school heads

• to be crafted by all members of the


organization, individually including the
principal/school head
1. Basic Performance Indicators
• dropout rate
• retention rate
• completion rate
• NAT
• failure rate
• graduation rate
1. Basic Performance Indicators
• reduce the number of dropouts from 20
to 5 or by __ %
• increase the number of graduates from
___ to ___
• increase the NAT mean by ___ %
• 100% participation to all
district/school/division initiated
competitions
2. Teaching and Instruction
• classroom supervision and observation
• time on task
2. Teaching and Instruction
• 100% of teachers being observed
• to reduce physical absence/tardiness of
teachers and employees by 50%
3. Fiscal Resource Management
• MOOE and other funds
• building/plant equipment upkeep
inventory
3. Fiscal Resource Management
• 100% liquidation of MOOE
• 100% inventory of school properties
• presence of material recovery facility
4. Human Resource Management
• all activities that are directed to improving
the human resources/capital
4. Human Resource Management
• to conduct 1 inset per semester/grading
period
• 100% processing of ERF, loyalty, SI to
those that are due
5. Innovation
• to initiate 2 innovations for the school
year
KRAs
(centered on management and supervision)

1. School Leadership (30%)


• performance indicators
• delegation
• coaching
• mentoring
• leading/inspiring
• communicating
• networking
1. School Leadership (30%)
• to identify 3 teachers for coaching and
mentoring per month
• to conduct mentoring/coaching session to
1 teacher per week
• to provide technical assistance to 1
teacher per week
2. Instructional Leadership (20%)
• no. of classroom observation conducted
– to observe
• no. of class record checked
• post conference
2. Instructional Leadership (20%)
• to observe and conduct post conference
to ___ teacher per week
• to check/inspect class record of ___
teacher per month
• to monitor ___ teachers’ lessons
progress (budgeted lesson)
3. Fiscal/material Resource Management
(20%)
• making the classrooms conducive to
learning
• wise use of the MOOE; Feeding
- liquidation
• transparency board
• inventory of materials
• upkeep of plant and physical structures
3. Fiscal/material Resource Management
(20%)
• 100% liquidation of MOOE/feeding fund
• use 20% of MOOE for classroom
improvement
• use 20% of MOOE for human resource
development
• use 20% of MOOE for student
development
• to provide 1 instance of direct assistance
to the property custodian per month
4. Human Resource Management and
Development (20%)
• attendance to insets
• LAC sessions
• attendance to seminars
• Reclassification
• Step increment
• Loyalty pay
• Hazard pay
4. Human Resource Management and
Development (20%)
• to conduct/initiate 1 inset per semester
• to conduct 1 LAC session per grading
period
• to identify and process papers for
reclassification/step
increment/loyalty/hazard/PBB due for the
year
• to reclass 1 teacher for 1 year
• to send 50% of teachers to
seminars/training for the school year
5. Plus Factor (10%)
• to initiate and properly document 1
innovation for the school year
*concentrated on the actual job of the teacher
1. Classroom Instruction/Teaching (60%)
• quizzes administered
• periodical exams
• remedial instructions
• budgeted lessons
• passers/failures
• dropout/school leavers
• retainers
• time on task
1. Classroom Instruction/Teaching (60%)
• to administer 9 quizzes per subject per
grading period
• to increase Periodical Exam mean from 25
to 28
• to conduct 5 hour remedial instruction per
grading period
• to reduce failure from 15 to 5
• to reduce dropout from 2 to 0
• to reduce physical absence from 20 to 5
days; tardiness from 30 to 5
• to meet 95% accomplishment of the lessons
for the year from 80% (per subject taught)
2. Classroom Management (20%)
• conduciveness of classrooms
• classroom structuring
• classroom amenities
• class discipline
• orderliness and upkeep of classrooms
• homeroom period
2. Classroom Management (20%)
• to procure/produce 1 LCD projector with
screen
• to construct 1 classroom CR
• to conduct 3 homeroom sessions per
grading period from 2 per grading period
3. Plus Factor/innovations and other
assignments (10%)
• innovations
• special assignments
• coach, coordinatorship, etc.
3. Plus Factor/innovations and other
assignments (10%)
• to keep/produce functional drum and lyre
corps
• to produce and train _____ contestants
for (specific competitions)
• to initiate 1 inset for the school year
• to conduct 1 action research for the year
4. Community Activity/Outreach including
PTA activities (5%)
• homeroom PTA
• community project participation
• brigada eskwela/adopt a school
• PTA meetings
4. Community Activity/Outreach including
PTA activities (5%)
• to join 2 community projects for the year
• to conduct 1 PTA homeroom meeting per
grading period
5. Professional Growth (5%)
• seminars
• insets
• units/degree earned
• upgrade/reclassification
• promotion
5. Professional Growth (5%)
• to attend 1 seminar per semester
• to earn 9 units
MA/Doctorate/Specialization
• to be reclassed from Teacher 1 to
Teacher 2
• Crafting of OPCRF
• Crafting of IPCRF
• Approval of OPCRF/IPCRF
1. Total no. of quizzes administered by the
teacher per grading period SY 2016-2017
2. Mean score of all subjects per teacher
per grading period then the average of
the mean scores
3. Number of hours did the teacher
conduct remedial instruction during the
SY 2016-2017
4. Approximate percentage of
accomplishment of the budgeted lessons
per subject that the teacher taught and
the average of these percentages
5. Total no. of failures in all the
subjects/classes that the teacher held
(typical of departmentalized elementary
intermediate and junior high school/senior
high schools
6. Number of dropouts and school leavers
(appropriate for class advisers)
7. Number of retainers (appropriate for
class advisers for kinder to grade 4 and
non-departmentalized sections or year
levels)
8. Top 3 (physical) things that the
teacher/adviser would like to see improved
in his/her classroom
9. Approximate number of days that the
teacher was physically absent regardless
whether official or personal
10. Approximate number of times that the
teacher was late in going to school
11. Number of times the adviser conducted
homeroom period
12. Number of times that the
teacher/adviser went for home visitation of
problem students
13. Number of times that the teacher has
joined community undertaking during the
year
The answer to the assignment will look like this:
1. Average of 6 quizzes per grading period
2. Average mean equals 25
3. 4 hour per grading period/16 hours per year
4. 80% accomplishment budgeted lesson
5. 15 failures in all of my subjects
6. 3 dropouts
7. 3 retained
8. a. LCD projector
b. 1 CR
c. 2 ceiling fans
d. repainting of all blackboards
e. landscaping of the frontage of the room
f. 50 pieces learning mat/tiles
9. 20 instances of physical absences
10. 30 instances of tardiness
11. 2 instances of homeroom periods per grading
period/8 times during the year
12. 2 instances of home visitations during the year
13. 1 instance to act as emcee during the fiesta;
acted as board of judges of community initiated
activity