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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IV-A CALABARZON
City Schools Division of Dasmariñas - Cluster VI
School I.D. 342298
Tel. No. 046-973-7552 Email at pal3shs@gmail.com

Name of Employee: FRANCIS KENNETH D. HERNANDEZ, CAR-Ph.D. Rater: EMMANUEL L. RESURRECCION, Ed.D.
Position: Principal II Position: OIC, Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
Rating Period: June 2016 – March 2017 Date of Review: April 8, 2017
Bureau/Division: Department of Education - City of Dasmariñas

OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

WT PER ACTUAL RESULTS


MFO KRA OBJECTIVES RATING
KRA Q E T A

1. Twenty six (26) teachers were observed and given 3


Basic I. Instructional Leadership (30%) technical assistance each to improve their 10
Education pedagogical/teaching competence by the end of December
Services 2. Implemented the K 11 K to 12 Program with significant
increase in the General Scholastic Average (GSA) point 10
(mean gain) of Grades 11 students from first to second
quarter and from third to fourth quarter
3. Initiated the production of localized and contextualized
materials and ADM materials including those for the 10
Continuous Improvement Program of the school for the
different SHS tracks
1. Provided safe, child-friendly, and bully-free environment for
II. Learning Environment (25%) students by crafting the School Rules and Policies on 10
Discipline and by minimizing complaints and resolving 100%
of the disciplinary concerns on time
2. Maintained disaster-free environment through the
implementation of fire and earthquake drills, emergency 10
preparedness and risk reduction management every quarter
3. Ensured that buildings, academic and non-academic rooms 10
(ICT laboratories, Science laboratoriy, TVL laboratories, e-
library, faculty room), toilets, and canteen are 100% usable
every month
1. Institutionalized the annual Search for Gawad Galing Guro
III. Human Resource Management and for outstanding SHS teachers. 1
Development (10%) 2. Identified the RPMS core competencies of twenty six (26)
teachers, their Twenty First Century Skills, NCBTS-TSNA 4
skills, and Individual Development Program for each teacher
was accomplished every month
3. Encouraged all twenty six (26) teachers to attend in any of
the seminars/workshops and trainings (school, district, 5
division, regional, national level) for K11 (minimum of hours
176 hours) within the rating period
1. Nineteen (19) or 100% of the Homeroom PTA projects of the
IV. Parents’ Involvement and class advisers were accomplished and utilized. 5
Community Partnership (10%) 2. Acquired donations and resources from stakeholders for
teachers’ and students’ use. 5
3. Established stakeholders’ links to commit support the school
programs such as: 5
a. DCPs
b. On-line Learning - Quipper School
c. Safety Device (flash lights, smoke detectors, Fire
extinguisher and refill, first-aid kit), Dengue Awareness and
Control (pamphlets, tarpaulin, fogging) – City Government
d. Company Immersion Programs with MOAs
e. Other donations in kind or amount for school activities
1. Utilized, liquidated, and provided transparent monthly MOOE
V. School Leadership Management and other financial reports such as Canteen report 4
Operations (10%) 2. Initiated the construction of faculty room, canteen and student
nook, flag pole, and DCP tables. 2
3. Initiated the accomplishment of twelve (12) programs of the
SCOUTERS ROCK by the end of the rating period to ensure the 2
implementation of TEA Governance.
VI. Research Management (10%) 1. Identify specific problems within the school
1
2. Conduct Action Research to address a problems in the school 3

3. Implement interventions based on the results of Action


Researches conducted by the teachers in the school 1
1. Acted as one of the writers of the NQESH review materials for 2
the use of principal aspirants in CALABARZON
VII. Special Tasks (5%) 2. Acted as one of the lecturers of the Division’s Educational 2
Learning Academy.
3. Acted as facilitator to the CALABARZON’s SHDP Trainings 1

TOTAL

Description

Adjectival Rating Scale


4.500 - 5.000 - Outstanding
3.500 - 4.499 - Very Satisfactory
2.500 - 3.499 - Satisfactory
1.500 - 2.499 - Unsatisfactory FRANCIS KENNETH D. HERNANDEZ, CAR-Ph.D.
1.000 - 1.499 - Poor (Ratee) Principal II

Rater: Approving Authority:

EMMANUEL L. RESURRECCION, Ed.D. MANUELA S. TOLENTINO, Ed.D.


OIC, Asst. Schools Division Superintendent OIC, Schools Division Superintendent
PART III: SUMMARY OF RATINGS FOR DISCUSSION

Final performance Result Rating Adjectival Rating

Accomplishment of KRA’s and Objectives

RATER- RATE E AGREEMENT


The signatures below confirm that the employee and his/her superior have agreed to the content of this appraisal form and the performance rating.
Name of Employee Name of Superior

FRANCIS KENNETH D. HERNANDEZ EMMANUEL S. RESURRECCION, Ed.D.


Signature Signature

Date Date
PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Strengths Developmental Action Plan Timeline Resources Needed


Needs

Feedback:

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________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

FRANCIS KENNETH D. HERNANDEZ, CAR-PhD EMMANUEL S. RESURRECCION, Ed.D. MANUELA S. TOLENTINO, Ed.D.
Principal II OIC, Asst. Schools Division Superintendent OIC, Schools Division Superintendent
INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

Name of Employee: FRANCIS KENNETH D. HERNANDEZ, CAR-PhD Rater: EMMANUEL L. RESURRECCION, Ed.D.
Position: Principal II Position: OIC, Asst. Schools Division Superintendent
Rating Period: June 2016 – March 2017 Date of Review: March 2017
Division: City Schools Division of Dasmariñas

KRA Category 5 4 3 2 1 Output


Improve 100% of 26 teachers’ pedagogical or teaching skills
I. Instructional Quality
Leadership
Efficiency 26 teachers were 26 teachers were 26 teachers were Less than 26 teachers Less than 26
1. Twenty six (26) teachers observed and given observed and given 4 observed and given 3 were observed and teachers were  Supervisory Report on
were observed and 5 or more Technical Technical Assistance Technical Assistance given 2 Technical observed and different subjects
given 3 technical Assistance each. each. each. Assistance each. given 1 or no  STAR Observations
assistances each to Technical  Lesson Logs
improve their Assistance at all.  Report on Technical
pedagogical/teaching Assistance and
skills by the end of Interventions
December Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March

2. Implemented the K 11 K Quality Improve students’s’ General Scholastic Averages with a significant gain of 1 point above
to 12 Program with  Comparative Analyses
significant increase in of First and Second
the General Scholastic Efficiency Implementation Implementation Implementation Implementation led to Implementation Quarter and Third and
Average (GSA) point increased GSA by 5 increased GSA by 3 to increased GSA by 1 to 2 no point increase in decreased GSA by Fourth Quarter Grades
(mean gain) of Grades points and above 4 points. points. GSA 1 point and below per subject
11 students from first to
second quarter and
from third to fourth Timeliness By November By November By November By November By November
quarter
4. Initiated the production Produce more localized and contextualized materials for regular and ADM use and those which would be used for the
of localized and Quality successful implementation of the CIP
contextualized materials
and ADM materials
including those for the
Continuous Efficiency All 7 tracks have 5 to 6 tracks have 3 to 4 tracks have 1 to 2 tracks have No track has
Improvement Program of compilation of compilation of compilation of compilation of compilation of  Memorandum
the school for the localized and ADM localized and ADM localized and ADM localized and ADM localized and ADM  List of localized
different SHS tracks materials materials materials materials materials instructional materials
and ADM modules
Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March

II. Learning Implement fully the Child Friendly School, Child Protection Policy, and Anti-bullying, Children in Conflict with the Law
Environment Quality policies of the Department of Education

1. Provided safe, child- With policy With policy guidelines With policy guidelines With policy guidelines No policy guidelines
friendly, and bully-free Efficiency guidelines and and mechanisms but and mechanisms but and mechanisms but and mechanisms and
environment for students mechanisms with without supporting without supporting without supporting all complaints were  Guidelines on Rules
by crafting the School supporting evidences and 75% of evidences and 50 % of evidences and no unsettled and Regulations
Rules and Policies on evidences and all complaints were complaints were complaints were  Documentations
Discipline and by complaints were settled settled. settled.  Report on Summary of
minimizing complaints and settled. Acted Complaints
resolving 100% of the
disciplinary concerns on Timeliness By December By December By December By December By December
time

Implement the emergency disaster-preparedness program of the DepEd and the City local government of Dasmariñas
2. Maintained disaster- free Quality
environment through the
implementation of fire
and earthquake drills, With clear instituted With a clear instituted With a clear instituted With a clear instituted With clear instituted  DRRM Reports
emergency Efficiency DRRM team and DRRM team and WP DRRM team and WP DRRM team and WP DRRM team but no  NSED Reports
preparedness and risk WP was was accomplished was partially was not WP and submitted  Pictures
reduction management accomplished with with minimal accomplished with accomplished with no reports
every quarter by complete incomplete incomplete documentations and
December. documentation and documentations and documentations and no submitted reports
submitted reports to submitted reports to submitted reports to to the DO
the DO. the DO. the DO.
Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March
Ensure that all school buildings, academic and non-academic facilities, laboratories, electricity and water services, and
3. Ensured that buildings, Quality ICT use are safe and available for teachers and pupils
academic and non-
academic rooms, ICT
and other laboratories Efficiency All or 100% of the 95% to 99% of the 90% to 94% of the 50% to 89% of the Less than 50% of the
for all tracks, faculty school facilities are school facilities are school facilities are school facilities are school facilities are  Building Report
room, toilets, washing available and available and usable, available and usable, all available and usable, available and usable,  Individual Room
area, and canteen, are usable, all rooms all rooms have rooms have electricity, all rooms have 50% of the rooms Inventory
usable, electrical have electricity, electricity, faucets are faucets are functional, electricity, faucets are have electricity,  Internet Use
installations and water faucets are functional, and and Internet functional, and faucets are functional, Satisfaction Feedback
are good, and Internet functional, and Internet connectivity connectivity for 90% to Internet connectivity and Internet  Property Custodian
connectivity for teachers Internet connectivity for 95% to 99% 95% teachers and for 50% to 94% connectivity for 50%  Repair and
and students are for all teachers and teachers and students students are available teachers and students teachers and students Accomplishment
available all students are are available are available below are available Report
available.

Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March

Motivate teachers to excel in their teaching and non-teaching performance by giving them awards and cash prize based
III. Human Resource on meritorious and outstanding services rendered for the school and the community
Management and Quality
Development
Guidelines were Guidelines were made Guidelines were made Guidelines were Guidelines were not
1. Institutionalized the Efficiency made available and available and search available and search made available but no made available.  Guidelines of the
annual Search for search was was still on-going. was on its early stage. search was made. search
Gawad Galing Guro for conducted and  Documentation
outstanding SHS winners were  Letters of Solicitation
teachers. scheduled for for the Cash Prizes
awarding on
Recognition Day

By March By December By July By June June to March


Timeliness
Develop the weak 21st Century skills, core competence, and NCBTS TSNA skills of all teachers for them to be K to 12-
2. Identified the RPMS Quality prepared, -ready, and –able
core competencies of
teachers, their Twenty
First Century Skills, and Efficiency 26 teachers attained teachers attained their teachers attained their teachers attained teachers and below
NCBTS – TSNA skills, their targets’ targets’ improvement targets’ improvement their targets attained their targets’  Assessment Tools and
and Individual improvement on on specified dates on specified dates improvement on improvement on summary results
Development Program specified dates. specified dates specified dates  Documentation on
for each teacher was Development Plans
accomplished.
Timeliness By December By November By October By September By August
Total no. of Teachers is 26.

Give priority for teachers to experience having School Learning Action Cells for approved by the Division Office especially
3. Encouraged all teachers Quality that not all of the teachers have chances of being sent to different seminars or trainings outside the school  Approved INSETs by
to attend in any of the the Division Office
seminars/workshops and  Materials and Session
trainings (school, district, Learning Episodes
division, regional, Efficiency All 26 teachers 25 teachers attended 24 teachers attended 14 to 23 teachers 0 to 13 teachers and  Memoranda
national level). attended and and completed 176 and completed 176 attended and below attended and  Teacher Outputs
completed 176 hours in any hours in any completed less than completed less  Certificates of
Minimum of 176 hours hours and above in seminars/workshops seminars/workshops 176 hours in any than176 hours in any Completions
any seminars or and trainings (school, and trainings (school, seminars/workshops seminars/workshops  Accomplishment
workshops and district, division, district, division, and trainings (school, and trainings (school, Reports
trainings (school, regional, national) with regional, national) with district, division, district, division,  Submitted
district, division, accompanying proof or accompanying proof or regional, national) regional, national) Accomplishment
regional, national) documents. documents. with accompanying with accompanying Report on K to 3
with accompanying proof or documents. proof or documents  Action Researches
proof or documents.

Timeliness By October / By October / By October / December By October / By October /


December December December December

Encourage 100% HRPTA to support the homeroom projects and community stakeholders for donation
Quality
IV. Parents’ Involvement All 19 HPTA All 19 HPTA projects All 19 HPTA projects Only (14) 75 % of the Only (9) 50% of the
and Community Efficiency projects were were completed and were completed and HPTA projects were HPTA projects were  List of Officers per
Partnerships completed and utilized but with utilized but with completed and completed and Adviser
utilized with minimal incomplete incomplete utilized but with no utilized.  Minutes of the Meeting
1. Nineteen (19) or 100% complete documentation documentation reports. documentation  Narrative Reports
of the Homeroom PTA documentation reports. reports.  Financial Reports
projects were reports such as  Deed of Donations per
accomplished and minutes, project Section
utilized. proposals, and
financial reports.

Timeliness By December By November By October By September By August

Strengthen the Adopt-A-School mechanism of the school for stakeholder’s donations for the pupils and teachers
2. Acquired donations and Quality
resources from
stakeholders for
teachers’ and pupils’ Efficiency 4 or more 3 donations were 2 donations were 1 donation was No donation was  Deed of Donations,
use. donations were accepted for the accepted for the accepted for the accepted for the Deed of Acceptance
accepted for the school school school. school.  Documentations
school.  Adopt-A-School
Reports
Timeliness By December By November By January By February By March
Develop more linkages to support the school programs that will improve the delivery of educational services for the
3. Established Quality school’s clientele
stakeholders’ links to
commit support the
school programs
Efficiency 5 or more 3 to 4 stakeholders’ 1 to 2 stakeholders’ Plan for stakeholders No identified  MOA
stakeholders’ sustained and new sustained and new projects were stakeholder’s link  Deed of Donations or
sustained and new projects were solicited projects were solicited identified but did not Acceptance
projects were with MOA, resources, with MOA, resources, push thru  Pictures
solicited with MOA, and donations. and donations.  Immersion Contracts
resources, ‘and
donations.
Or certification from the
Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March AAS Coordinator

Practice timely, complete, and error-free liquidation and disbursement of MOOE, Canteen Reports, and other documents
IV. School Leadership Quality which help the DO to have efficient compliance and submission to higher offices
Management
Operations
Efficiency Advanced monthly On time monthly With once (1) to twice With thrice (3) to four With more than four
1. Utilized, liquidated and submission to the submission to the DO (2) late on monthly (4) times late on (4) times late on  MOOE Reports
provided transparent DO the complete the complete submission to the DO monthly submission monthly submission  Canteen Reports
monthly MOOE and Disbursement Disbursement the complete to the DO the to the DO the  Other reports deemed
other financial reports /Financial Reports /Financial Reports on Disbursement Disbursement Disbursement necessary/
on time. on MOOE, Canteen, MOOE, Canteen, and /Financial Reports on /Financial Reports on /Financial Reports on transparency board
and others others supported by MOOE, Canteen, and MOOE, Canteen, and MOOE, Canteen, and  Or Certification from
supported by complete supporting others with complete others with complete others whether the Accounting
complete documents and never supporting documents or minimal incomplete complete or Department on
documents and missed the postings and never missed the supporting and incomplete in Liquidation and
never missed the on the Transparency postings on the sometimes missed supporting documents Disbursement
postings on the Board. Transparency Board. once or twice the and missed the
Transparency postings on the postings more than
Board. Transparency Board twice or totally not
posting at all on the
Transparency Board

June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March
Timeliness
Improve some school facilities for student and teacher’s use
2.Initiated the construction Quality
of the faculty rooms
canteen, student nook, Efficiency Projects were Projects were partially Projects were partially Projects were at their No project was
and flag pole and completed and completed but made completed but not initial stage of initiated, nor
made usable. usable. made usable. construction and constructed.
construction of DCP were far from being  MOOE and Canteen
tables usable Report for funding
By July By July By July By June By June  Pictures
Timeliness  Deed of Donation

3. Initiated the Quality Adhere and implement to the Regional Office’s mandate to serve and practice Transparent, Ethical, and Accountable
accomplishment of the Governance in the school through the SCOUTER’s ROCK
programs of the
SCOUTERS ROCK by
the end of rating period Efficiency Had been Had been Had been Had been Had been  Action Plan or Work
to ensure the implementing 11 to implementing 8 to 10 implementing 6 to 7 implementing 3 to 5 implementing 1 to 2 Plan
implementation of TEA 12 programs of the programs of the programs of the programs of the programs of the  Monitoring Tool
Governance. SCOUTERS ROCK SCOUTERS ROCK SCOUTERS ROCK SCOUTERS ROCK SCOUTERS ROCK  Accomplishment
with documentations with documentations with documentations with documentations with documentations Reports

Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March

VI. Special Tasks Quality Write NQESH-type materials to familiarize themselves on the national test for them to pass the NQESH  Manuscript
 Certificate of
1. Acted as one of the Efficiency Test materials were Test materials were Draft was written and Draft was written but No draft was Recognition
writers of the NQESH reproduced. edited and approved. approved. not approved. prepared.  Certificate of
review materials for the Appearance
use of principal Timeliness October October October October October  Available Materials for
aspirants in Review
CALABARZON

2. Acted as one of the Quality Help and review the 4 registrants to NQESH to increase their chance of passing
lecturers of the
Division’s Educational
Efficiency Lecture/review was Lecture was Lecture was conducted Assigned lecture was Assigned lecture was
Learning Academy.  Certificate of
conducted with accomplished with without any multimedia conducted poorly with not conducted.
Recognition
complete needed multimedia presentation with 1 or 2 none of the
 Pictures
multimedia presentation with 3 to of the registrants registrants passed the
materials and 4 of the registrants passed the NQESH. NQESH.
distributed hand- passed the NQESH.
outs with more than
5 of the registrants
passed the NQESH.

Timeliness By December By September By September By September By September

 Documents on the
3. Acted as facilitator to Quality Helped improved SH’s competence in the different domains and required skills in order for them to function well conduct such as
SHDP trainings of memorandum and
CALABARZON travel order
Efficiency Completed 3 Completed 2 Completed 1 facilitation Completed an Did not do assigned  Certificate of
facilitation sessions facilitation sessions sessions incomplete facilitation facilitation sessions Appearance
sessions  Certificate of
Recognition
 SLAC Facilitator

October to October to December October to December October to December October to December


Timeliness December

Quality Identifying researchable problems can help in improving the academic and skill performance of students.
VI. Research
Management
Efficiency 4 or more problems 3 problems identified 2 problems identified 1 problem identified No problem identified
identified and given and given solutions and given solutions and given solution  Minutes of Meeting
1. Identify specific
solutions with the with the help of the with the help of the with the help of the  Observation Tools and
problems within the
help of the academic heads and academic heads and academic heads and Results
school
academic heads teachers teachers teachers
and teachers
Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March
2. Conduct Action
Research to address a
Quality Conducting action research can provide empirical data for immediate actions to improve school operations and
problems in the school  Plan of Action
management and curriculum implementation  Data
Efficiency Completed but Completed but Completed but Draft and proposal No action research
intervention was intervention was intervention was not were prepared conducted
fully implemented partially implemented implemented
Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March

Quality Implementing interventions from researches of teachers match the needs of the students they are handling
 Copy of the
3. Implement interventions intervention
based on the results of Efficiency 3 or more 2 interventions 1 intervention Intervention partially No intervention  Letter and memoranda
Action Researches interventions implemented implemented implemented implemented
to implement
conducted by the implemented
teachers in the school Timeliness June to March June to March June to March June to March June to March  M&E result
 Narrative report.