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Personnel

SY 2010-2011

Date of Year PRC Plantilla


Education Employ Teaching
Name Date of Positio Original s Eligibility License Item
al ee Assignmen
Birth n Appointme in Number Number
Number t
nt Servic Attainmen
e t
Shiela A. Indiongco Oct 12, T-I Mar 16, 1 BEEd LET 4261474 Grade I-A
1978 2009
AB English
Merly V. Fabian May 2, T-I Feb 15, 0 LET 426188 Grade I-B
27
1972 2010 6
Educ.Units
BEEd
Jennifer M. Bautista Oct 2, T-I Jul 1, 2008 2 LET 060502 426127 T1-157444- Grade II
27 MA
1973 9 8 1998
Units
BEEd
Adelaida B. Paguinto Mar 17, T-II Jun 16, 2003 7 LET 0339268 4151823 T1-157374- Grade III
36 MA Units
1969 1998
BSEd Maj.
Maricar A. Guevarra Jan 2,1977 T-I Oct 1, 1 LET 069350 426165 Grade IV
H.E.&Tech.
2009 7 2
BEEd
Aristotle N. Carlos Mar 6. T-I Jun 18, 2 LET 087316 426130 Grade V
18 MA
1982 2008 7 0
Units
BEEd
Julie L. Lunod July 1, T-III Sep 10, 3 LET 080646 426096 T1-17004- Grade VI
MAED
1981 2007 2 1 1998
BSC Relieving
Daniel C. Cortez Apr 21, T-I Jan 26, 1 LET 4261475
BSEEd Teacher
1967 2009
BSEEd School
Ma. Lalaine R. De Jan 17, ESHT-III Jan 15, 1989 21 PBET 0376357 4324406 HT3-150330-
MAED Head
Leon 1965 1998
Situational Analysis:
The table shows that there are 8 teachers, 1 Teacher-III who is 3 years in service, 1 Teacher-II
who has rendered 7 years in service, and 5 Teacher-I, 2 of them have served 2 years, 1 year for
the other 2 and the other 1 is new in the service.
Three teachers have acquired MA units. The School Head and Grade VI Teacher are MA
graduates.

NCBTS Teachers’ Strengths and Needs Assessment


(Percentage Score)
Domain 1 Domain 2 Domain 3 Domain 4
Name of Teacher
Ave. Ave. Ave.
S1.1 S1.2 S2.1 S2.2 S2.3 S2.4 S2.5 S3.1 S4.1 S4.2 S4.3 S4.4
D1 D2 D3
Shiela A. Indiongco 75.00 66.67 73.61 72.50 70.00 67.86 71.67 72.50 70.76 65.74 65.74 69.44 58.33 66.67 67.86
Merly V. Fabian 78.33 75.00 77.78 72.50 62.50 75.00 70.00 77.50 71.61 58.33 58.33 62.96 66.67 75.00 66.67
Jennifer M. Bautista 75.00 83.33 76.39 72.50 75.00 73.21 66.67 75.00 72.03 72.22 72.22 73.15 75.00 70.83 69.05
Adelaida B. Paguinto 76.67 83.33 77.78 97.50 70.00 75.00 75.00 55.00 74.58 77.78 77.78 81.48 75.00 75.00 69.05
Maricar A. Guevarra 75.00 66.67 73.61 77.50 70.00 64.29 70.00 70.00 69.92 67.59 67.59 68.52 66.67 70.83 70.24
Aristotle N. Carlos 65.00 75.00 66.67 75.00 55.00 60.71 73.33 65.00 66.10 62.96 62.96 72.22 75.00 66.67 57.14
Julie L. Lunod 83.33 58.33 79.17 70.00 75.00 80.36 85.00 82.50 79/24 78.70 78.70 81.48 79.17 75.00 83.33
Daniel C. Cortez 80.00 75.00 79.17 92.5 92.5 91.07 91.67 95.00 92.37 92.59 92.59 93.52 95.83 95.83 88.10

Domain 4 Domain 5 Domain 6 Domain 7


Name of Teacher
Ave. Ave. Ave. Ave.
S4.5 S4.6 S4.7 S5.1 S5.2 S5.3 S5.4 S6.1 S7.1 S7.2 S7.3
D4 D5 D6 D7
Shiela A. Indiongco 68.75 68.75 60.00 58.97 63.64 72.06 75.00 87.50 72.50 66.67 66.67 72.92 75.00 72.92 73.33
Merly V. Fabian 62.50 75.00 52.50 57.69 75.00 63.24 70.83 62.50 67.50 56.94 56.94 64.58 50.00 72.92 65.00
Jennifer M. Bautista 75.00 75.00 62.50 62.82 63.64 72.06 75.00 75.00 70.63 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 72.92 74.17
Adelaida B. Paguinto 68.75 68.75 32.50 65.38 63.64 72.06 62.50 87.50 70.63 66.67 66.67 72.92 62.50 79.17 73.33
Maricar A. Guevarra 68.75 75.00 60.00 60.58 63.64 64.71 75.00 83.33 68.75 62.50 62.50 68.75 66.67 70.83 69.17
Aristotle N. Carlos 68.75 75.00 55.00 58.65 56.82 72.06 75.00 62.50 66.88 69.44 69.44 64.58 75.00 75.00 70.83
Julie L. Lunod 75.00 81.25 72.50 70.51 79.55 83.82 79.17 100 84.38 73.61 73.61 91.67 79.17 87.50 87.50
Daniel C. Cortez 81.25 93.75 87.50 79.81 84.09 94.12 83.33 95.83 90.00 91.67 91.67 89.58 87.50 91.67 90.00
Situational Analysis:

The table presents the percentage score of 8 teachers in the NCBTS-TSNA. It shows that out of 8 teachers, 6
have a little knowledge in the use of ICT (D4:S4.7), %scores are 32.50%, 52.50%, 55%, 60% and 62.50%. In D5:S5.1
(Developing and utilizing creative and appropriate instructional planning), %score of 4 teachers is 63.64 and I
teacher is 56.82 which are both below the planning standard. Domain 6 (community linkages) ranks #3 among the
least performed competencies, %scores of 6 teachers are also below the planning standard which is at 75%.

Physical and Ancillary Facilities

S C H O O L Y E A R
Description
2007 – 2008 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010
Classrooms 7 7 7
Home Economics 1 1 1
Comfort Rooms 6 6 9
Principal’s Office 1 1 1
Situational Analysis:

The table shows that there were 7 classrooms from SY 2007-2008 to SY 2009-2010 just enough for 7
classes
1 Home Economics Building, 1 Principal’s Office. 6 comfort rooms for SY 2007-2008 to SY 2008-2009
and another 3 were constructed in SY 2009-2010. Data show that there were inadequate facilities.

Usage and Condition of School Buildings

Type Description Usage Condition


DepED Building 1-room, semi-concrete Canteen Destroyed windows and door

Renovated Marcos Type 3-room, semi-concrete Grade I classrooms No ceiling and proper ventilation

PTA Building 1-room, semi-concrete Grade II Classroom Destroyed windows, floor needs elevation
No ceiling & concrete partition wall,
Renovated RPUS Building 3-room, semi-concrete Grades III-V Classrooms
destroyed windows, floors need elevation
Multi-Purpose 1-room, semi-concrete Home Economics Dilapidated ceiling, broken windows

Congressional Building 2-room, semi-concrete Grade VI classroom & Principal’s Office In good condition
Learning Materials and Equipment

S C H O O L Y E A R
Classroom Furniture
2007 – 2008 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010
Desks 5 0 0
Armchairs 159 159 209
Blackboards 12 12 12
Teachers Tables 4 4 6
Sound System 1 1 1
Filing Cabinet 1 1 1
Situational Analysis:
There were 159 armchairs during SY 2007-2008 to SY 2008-2009, acquired 50 in SY 2009-2010 with a total
of 209armchairs for 233 pupils; 12 blackboards for the three school years; 6 teachers’ tables for 8 teachers;
1 sound system and a filing cabinet. The data show that there is inadequate classroom furniture.

S C H O O L Y E A R
Instructional Equipment
2007 – 2008 2008 – 2009 2009 – 2010
Television Set 0 0 1
Garden Tools 0 0 0
Carpentry Tools 0 1 hammer 1 hammer
Situational Analysis:

The only instructional equipment the school has is 1 hammer.