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Schools Division of Navotas City

District of Navotas I
NORTH BAY BOULEVARD NORTH ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Pescador II St., NBBN Navotas City

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM


School Year 2017-2018
Name of Employee: __ TEOLY M. SARZADILLA Name of Rater: DR. JESUS ISORENA ICAONAPO
Position: Teacher I Position: PSDS-OIC PRINCIPAL
Rating Period: MAY -APRIL Date of Review: 04/20/2018
School: NORTH BAY BOULEVARD NORTH E/S Region:___________ NCR
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave. SCORE

1. Prepared and submitted well-


developed and up-to-date weekly lesson
June - Prepared and Prepared and Prepared and Prepared and submitted Prepared and
plans / DL with: Lesson Plans/DLL
March
a. SMART objectives submitted 37 weekly submitted 30-36 submitted 25-29 weekly less than 20-24 weekly submitted less than
A. Teaching – b. appropriate contents and 5% lesson plans that weekly lesson plans lesson plans that lesson plans that 19 lesson plans that 3 3 3 3 3
Learning instructional materials/teaching aids contain 4 of the that contain 4 the contain 4 of the contain 3 of the contain 2 or less of
Process c. relevant procedures/ strategies indicated parts. indicated parts indicated parts indicated parts the indicated parts
(15%) /activities
d. evaluative procedures/techniques
2. Facilitated teaching-learning 0.15
processes with manifestation of the
following:
a. relating lesson with previous
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knowledge or skills Facilitated


b. conveying ideas clearly Facilitated teaching- Facilitated teaching- teaching-learning
c. utilizing the art of questioning Facilitated teaching- Facilitated teaching-
learning processes with learning processes with processes with
to elicit higher order thinking learning processes with learning processes with
June - manifestation of manifestation of manifestation of
d. greater student participation Observation manifestation of manifestation of 4 4 4 4 4
March 5% consistency in 6 of the consistency in 5 of the consistency in 2 or
e. use of ICT-enhanced teaching Reports consistency in 4 of the consistency in 3 of the
strategies and/or instructional materials
stated indicators with stated indicators with less of the stated
stated indicators with 6- stated indicators with 4-
10 or more observation 8-9 observation indicators with 3-
7 observation reports. 5 observation reports.
reports. reports. below observation
reports.

f. objectives of the lesson 0.20


realized
3. Checked attendance, initiated Students’
effective students’ discipline and Students’ attendance Students’ attendance Students’ attendance Students’ attendance attendance checked
Report of Students’
maintained clean and orderly classroom June- checked daily and checked daily and checked daily and checked daily and daily and regularly
Attendance /
conducive to the teaching-learning March regularly maintained regularly maintained regularly maintained regularly maintained maintained clean 5 5 5 5 5
Observation Reports 5%
process clean and orderly clean and orderly clean and orderly clean and orderly and orderly
classroom with zero classroom with 1-5 classroom with 6-10 classroom with 11-15 classroom with 16
infraction. infraction. infraction. infraction. and above
infraction.
0.25

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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave. SCORE

4. Monitored and assessed teaching-


learning outcomes and students’
progress on regular basis focusing on Incomplete and un-
a. written exam/assessments Incomplete and un-
Complete and up-to- Up to date records of Up to date records of updated records of
b. oral/ skills assessments updated records of
date records of monitoring and monitoring and monitoring and
c. assignment/ home activities monitoring and
A. Teaching- End of monitoring and assessments of all assessments of all assessments of
d. Periodical exam/assessments Class Records/ Records assessments of
Learning Every 5% assessments of all students’ progress and students’ progress and students’ progress 5 5 5 5 5
Process (10%) e. enrichment/enhancement activities of Students’ Outputs
Quarter students’ progress and learning outcomes with learning outcomes with
students’ progress and
and learning
learning outcomes with
learning outcomes for 5 indicators for every 4 indicators for every outcomes with 2 or
3 indicators for every
every quarter. quarter quarter less indicators for
quarter
every quarter
f. assessment outputs
submitted on time 0.25
Attained an average of Attained an average
Attained an average of Attained an average of Attained an average of
1. Attained an average of 75% MPS on 75% & above MPS and of 53% and below
June- 60-74% MPS on 55-59% MPS on 50-54% MPS on 5 5 5 5 5
learners’ achievement of the subject Quarterly Learners' MPS 20% above on learners’ MPS on learners’
March learners’ achievement learners’ achievement learners’ achievement
area for the School Year achievement by the end achievement end of
end of the School Year end of the School Year end of the School Year
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of School Year the School Year 1.00


Achieved 84% and
Achieved 100% and Achieved 95- 99% Achieved 90 -94% Achieved 85 - 89%
below Promotion
2. Achieved 100% Promotion Rate of above Promotion Rate of Promotion Rate of Promotion Rate of Promotion Rate of
Promotion Report / June - Rate of learner's in 5 5 5 5 5
learner's in the subject area by the end 20% learner's in the subject learner's in the subject learner's in the subject learner's in the subject
SF 5 March the subject area by
of School Year area by the end of area by the end of area by the end of area by the end of
the end of School
School Year School Year School Year School Year 1.00
B. Learner's Year
Outcome
(45%)

All students with


All students with All students with
3. Remediated all students with subject All students with All students with deficiencies assisted
deficiencies assisted deficiencies assisted
deficiencies that resulted to 100% Implementation Report of deficiencies assisted and deficiencies assisted and and remediated that
June - and remediated that and remediated that 4 4 4 4 4
completion of subject requirements Remediation or 5% remediated that resulted remediated that resulted resulted to subject
March resulted to subject 95- resulted to subject 90-
and/or promotion. Enrichment Program to subject 100% to subject 85-89% 84% and below
99% completion/ 94% completion/
completion/ promotion completion/ promotion completion/
promotion promotion
promotion

0.20

Attained attendance
Attained attendance of
Attained perfect Attained attendance of Attained attendance of of 182 and below
1. Attained perfect attendance records Summary Report of’ June- 195-200 school days 4 4 4 4 4
10% attendance records and 189-194 school days 183-188 school days school days and
for the entire school year Attendance March and 5 times or less
no record of tardiness and 6-10 times tardy and 11-15 times tardy more than 16 times
tardy
tardy
0.40

C.
Professionalism
, Personal
Growth and
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PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Weight
per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave. SCORE

69% & below


100% relevant school 90-99% relevant school 80-89% relevant school 70-79% relevant school relevant school
reports and required reports and required reports and required reports and required reports and required
2. Submitted 20 relevant school Summary of Submitted
June- documents/ data documents/ data documents/ data documents/ data documents/ data 3 3 3 3 3
reports and required documents/ data Required Reports/ 5%
March submitted accurately on submitted accurately on submitted accurately on submitted with less submitted with many
on time Documents
or before the required or before the required or before the required inaccuracies on or before inaccuracies on or
C. time time time the required time before the required
Professionalism
time
, Personal
Growth and 0.15
Development
(30%)
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C. PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
RATING
Professionalism Weight
, Personal per Outstanding Very Satisfactory Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Poor ACTUAL
MFOs Growth
KRAsand OBJECTIVES OUTPUT TIME LINE KRA (5) (4) (3) (2) (1) RESULTS Q E T Ave. SCORE
Development
(30%) 1 or less seminars
3. Attended 15 seminars /trainings/LAC 15 or more seminars 10-14 seminars /trainings /
6-9seminars /trainings / 4-5 seminars /trainings /
/ workshops/ professional meetings Certificate/ Certification / /trainings / workshops/ /trainings /workshops/ workshops/
June - workshops/ professional workshops/ professional 5 5 5 5 5
within the school year Attendance Report on 5% professional meetings professional meetings professional
March meetings attended meetings attended within
Professional Meetings attended within the attended within the meetings attended
within the school year the school year
school year school year within the school
year
0.25
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1 co-
5 or more co-
4 co-curricular/school 3 co-curricular/school 2 co-curricular/school curricular/school
curricular/school
activities/ program activities/ program activities/ program activities/ program
4. Initiated/participated in 5 co-curricular Accomplishment/ June- activities/ program
5% initiated/participated/ initiated/participated/ initiated/participated/ initiated/participated 5 5 5 5 5
/school activities within the rating period. Documentation Reports March initiated/participated/
attended with proper attended with proper attended with proper / attended with
attended with proper
documentation documentation documentation proper
documentation
documentation 0.25

Produced publication/
creative work published Produced publication/ Produced publication/
1. Produced publications/creative Produced publication/
in National Circulation/ creative work published creative work published
works for school paper / division / creative work published
Published Works / June- DepEd Post/ CSC in regional in division / city Unpublished work 2 2 2 2 2
professional / educational / publication / 3% in school publications
Instructional Materials March Newsletters and similar publications /or publications /or produced
or functional instructional materials / /or functional
SIM publications /or functional instructional functional instructional
instructional materials
functional instructional materials materials
materials
0.06

1 Approved/ Accepted Action Research


Submitted Action Action Research
D. Special Action Research Paper completed, for
Research Paper with Conducted Action proposal, problem
Tasks/ Plus conducted with full evaluation in the school
full documentation Research, research to work on
Factor (10 %) 2. Conducted 1 school-based action Approved Action June- documentation on level, pending 2 2 2 2 2
4% pending approval from paper, documentation identified, no
research within the rating period. Research Paper March completion duly submission to the
authority or Division and results incomplete documentation or
approved by Division Division CBAR
CBAR Committee by by March 31 data gathered by
CBAR Committee by Committee by March
March 31 March 31
March 31 31
0.08
Received 1 or more Received 1 award/ Received 1 award/ Received 1 award/ Received 1 award/
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award/ recognition for recognition for recognition for recognition for recognition for
Certificate/Certification
Services

3. Received 1 award/recognition for exemplary exemplary exemplary exemplary exemplary


of the award for June-
exemplary performance/winning coach/ 3% performance/winning performance/winning performance/winning performance/winning performance/winnin 0 0 0 0 0
exemplary performance/ March
trainer by the end of School Year coach/ trainer in the coach/ trainer in the coach/ trainer in the coach/ trainer in the g coach/ trainer in
as winning coach/ trainer
international/ national regional level by March division level by March district level by March the school level by
level by March 31 31 31 31 March 31 0.00

OVER
ALL #N/A 4.24
RATING

TEOLY M. SARZADILLA DR. JESUS ISORENA ICAONAPO DR. MELITON P. ZURBANO


Ratee Principal Officer-In-Charge
Schools Division Superintendent

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Name of Employee: Name of Rater:
Position: Position:
Rating Period: June 2017-March, 2018 Date of Review:

A. Teaching and Learning Process (20%)


A.1 A.2 A.3 A.4 TOTAL
0.300 0.300 0.150 0.250 1.000

B. Learners' Outcome (40%)


B.1 B.2 B.3 TOTAL
0.750 0.750 0.500 2.000

C. Intructional Assistance and Research (20%)

C.1 C.2 C.3 C.4 TOTAL


0.250 0.200 0.050 0.250 0.750

D. Professionalism, Personal Growth and Development (10%)


D.1 D.2 D.3 D.4 TOTAL
0.120 0.150 0.100 0.100 0.470

E. Special Task/ Plus Factor (10%)


E. 1 E.2 E.3 E.4 E.5 TOTAL
0.100 0.020 0.060 0.020 0.100 0.300

OVERALL RATING: 4.520


DESCRIPTION: #N/A

Ratee Rater

Reviewed by:
PERFORMANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE

DR. JESUS ISORENA ICAONAPO


Dstrict Supervisor
OIC-NBBNES
Grade Chairman Master Teaher
1 1.49 Poor
1.5 2.49 Unsatisfactory
2.5 3.49 Satisfactory

1 1.49 Poor
1.5 2.49 Unsatisfactory

3.5 4.49 Very Satisfactory


4.5 5 Outstanding