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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region IX, Zamboanga Peninsula
DIVISION OF PAGADIAN CITY
Pagadian City

INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM (IPCRF)


Name of Employee : VIVERLY B. UMBANIA Name of Rater : RANDY A. JABILLO
Position : TEACHER I Position : HEAD TEACHER - I
Division : PAGADIAN CITY Date of Review: _______________
Rating Period :SEPTEMBER 2018 TO MARCH 2019

Performance Indicators Rating


Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 1.Teaching 1.1 Followed June 2018 8% 5- All the following conditions 5 -Spent P200 or less than the 5- If all the 5 criteria were 5- All the following 5 5 4
were met: met:
A Learning effectively the to allocated budget for the a) K to 12 LMs, were
conditions were met
S
Process enhanced K to March 2019 a) utilized LMs, TGs and CGs reproduction IMs and other
I in the subject taught distributed to learners at
C (30%) 12 Curriculum (Eng. 7,9 & 12 and MAPEH
teaching materials . the beginning of classes
in the subject 4- Spent P 201- of June 2018. 5- Spent P200 or less
10) submitted for b) D.O. No.8, s.2015 is
E taught (Eng. 7,9 & monitoring to Head P 300 for the reproduction implemented in all K
than the allocated
D 12 and MAPEH 10) Teacher on the IMs and other teaching materials . to 12 (7 to 11) grade budget for the
U during the implementation of D.O. levels from the 1st reproduction IMs and
C
SY 2018-2019. No.8, s. 2015, -Policy 3- Spent P 301- grading period. other teaching materials
A Guidelines on Classroom c.)utilized CAIMS, LRMDS, offline
T P 400 for the reproduction IMs and online materials and other
Assessment for the K to
I 12 Basic Education and other teaching materials . IMs
O Program. from the 1st grading to 4th 4- 3 out of 4 conditions
N 2-Spent P 401- grading were met
b) used Computer Assisted d) integrated development and
Instructional Materials P 500 for the reproduction IMs use
S (CAIMs), LRMDS offline &
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and other teaching materials . contextualized / localized
online materials and /indigenized
R other IMs in teaching the materials in the teaching learning
V 1-Spent 501 or
(Eng. 7,9 & 12 and MAPEH process.
I
10) more e) Given CAIMs at least once per
C quarter
c) used contextualized /
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localized / indigenized
S 4 – 3 out of 4 conditions
materials in teaching
were met
3 – 2 out of 4 conditions
4 – 3 out of 4 conditions were were met
met 2 – 1 out of 4 conditions
3 – 2 out of 4 conditions were were met
met 1 – 1 out of 4 conditions
were met
2 – 1 out of 4 conditions were
met
1 – 0 out of 4 conditions were
met

Performance Indicators Rating


Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 1.Teaching 1.2) Underwent at June 2018 12% 5 –Observed 8 times by the 5- Spent P 100 or 5 –observed 8 or more 3- observed 5 to 6 times 3 5 3
A Learning least 8 times in- to March school head during classes to less than the times by the School Head by the school head during
allocated budget
S Process class observation 2019 attain quality teaching- from June to March 2019 classes to attain quality
I for the
(30%) by the School learning process reproduction of
teaching learning
C Head for the 4 –observed 6 to 7 times
materials to be
school year 2018- 4 –observed 6 to 7 times by used for from June to March 2019.
E
2019. the school head during classes checklist /tools for . 5- Spent P100 or less
D observation.
to attain quality teaching- 3 – observed 5 to 6 times than the allocated budget
U 4- Spent 101 to
C learning from June to March 2019 for the reproduction of
. P150 for the materials to be used for
A reproduction of
T 3 – observed 5 to 6 times by materials to be 2 – observed 4 to 5 times checklist/ tools for
I the school head during classes used for from June to March 2019 observation.
O to attain quality teaching- checklist /tools for
N learning observation. 1 – observed once from 3 – observed 5 to 6 times
3- Spent P 151- June from June to March 2019
S 2 – observed 4 to 5 times by P 200 for the to March 2019
reproduction of
E the school head during classes
materials to be
R to attain quality teaching- used for
V learning checklist /tools for
I observation.
C 1 – observed once by the 2- Spent P 201 to
E school head from June during P 250 for the
S reproduction of
classes to attain quality
materials to be
teaching- learning
used for
checklist /tools for
observation.
1-Spent P 251 or
more for the
reproduction of
materials to be
used for
checklist /tools for
observation.

Performance Indicators Rating


Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 1.Teaching 1.3) submitted June 2018 10% 5 – prepared and submitted 5- Spent nothing 5 – submitted 4 – prepared and 4 5 4
A Learning DLLs regularly to to 150 or more DLLs from June 5 for the reproduction of DLLs once a week submitted 135 to 140
S Process the office of the March to March 2019 materials to be used for 4 – submitted DLLs from June 4 to
I (30%) school head. 2019 the preparation of DLLs DLLs thrice a month. March 2019
C 4 – prepared and submitted 4- Spent P 100 to 150 3 – submitted
135 to 140 DLLs from June 4 to for the reproduction of DLLs 5- Spent nothing
E
March 2019 materials to be used for twice a month. for the reproduction of
D
the preparation of DLLs 2 – submitted materials to be used
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C 3 – prepared and submitted DLLs once a for
A 125 to 130 DLLs from June 4 to 3- Spent P 151 to P200 for the month. the preparation of
T March 2019 reproduction of materials to be 1 – submitted DLLs
I used for the preparation of DLLs DLLs
O 2 - prepared and submitted quarterly. 4 – submitted
N 115 to 120 DLLs from June 4 to 2- Spent P 201 to DLLs thrice a month.
March 2019 P 300 for the reproduction of
S materials to be used for the
E 1 – prepared and submitted preparation of DLLs
R bellow 115 DLLs from June 4 to
V March 2019 1-Spent P 301 or
I more for the reproduction of
C materials to be used for the
E preparation of DLLs
S
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Quality Efficiency Timelines Q E T
Weight Actual result Score
MFO’s Result Objectives Timeline
Per KRA
Areas
B 2. Learning 2.1 Increased June 2018 10% 5- Attained at least 2% 5- Spent P 200 or less for review 5- Attained at least 2% 5- Attained at least 2% 5 5 5
A outcomes MPS of at least to increase of MPS of the subject materials increase of MPS of the increase of MPS of the
S (30%) 2% at the end of March taught (Eng. 7,9 & 12 and MAPEH subject taught (Eng. 7,9 & 12 subject taught (Eng. 7,9 &
I the school year 2019 10) 4- Spent P201- P300 for review and MAPEH 10) 12 and MAPEH 10)
C 4- Attained 1% increase MPS materials at the end of the school
of the subject taught (Eng. 7,9 year.
E & 12 and MAPEH 10) 3- Spent P301-P400 for review 5- Attained at least 2%
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materials 4- Attained 1% increase increase of MPS of the
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3- No increased of MPS result MPS of the subject taught subject taught (Eng. 7,9 &
C
based on the previous year’s 2- Spent P 401- P 500 for review (Eng. 7,9 & 12 and MAPEH 10) 12 and MAPEH 10)
A
result. materials at the end of the school
T
I year.
O 2- Decreased of 1% of the MPS 1- Spent P 501 0r more for review 5- Attained at least 2%
N result based on the previous materials 3- No increased of MPS increase of MPS of the
result. result based on the subject taught (Eng. 7,9 &
S previous year’s result at 12 and MAPEH 10)
E 1- Decreased of 2% of the MPS the end of the school year.
R result based on the previous
V result 2- Decreased of 1% of the
I MPS result based on the
C previous result at the end
E of the school year.
S
1- Decreased of 2% of the
MPS result based on the
previous result at the end
of the school year.
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 2. Learning 2.2 Maintained June 2018 10% 5- Achieved 90 – 100 GSA 5- No expenses at all. 5- Submitted grading 5- Achieved 90 – 100 GSA 5 5 5
A outcomes zero dropout to (Outstanding) of all handled sheets and class records (Outstanding) of all
S (30%) rate in 2018-2019 March students. 4- Spent 100-200 pesos for before the deadline. handled students.
I by conducting 2019 printing documents.
C home visitation 4- Achieved 85-89 GSA (Very 4- Submitted grading
to learners and Satisfactory) of all students 3- Spent 201 - 300 pesos for sheets and class records 5- No expenses at all.
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quarterly HRPTA being handled. printing documents. during the deadline
D
meeting.
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C 3- Achieved 80-84 GSA 2- Spent 301 - 400 pesos for 3- Submitted grading 5- Submitted grading
A (Satisfactory) of all students printing documents. sheets and class records sheets and class records
T being handled. after the deadline before the deadline.
I 1- Spent 401 pesos or more pesos
O 2 – Achieved 75-79 GSA for printing documents. 2- Submitted grading
N (Fairly Satisfactory) of all sheets and class records
students being handled. 2 days after the deadline.
S
E 1- Achieved 70 below GSA (Did 1- Submitted grading
R Not Meet Expectation) of all sheets and class records
V students being handled. more than 2 days after the
I deadline.
C
E
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Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 2. Learning 2.3 Attained June 2018 10% 5- Met the target of 100% 5-Spent nothing for the review
5-Achieved the target of 5- Met the target of 5 5 5
A outcomes 100% passing to passing rate of the subject materials 100% passing rate of the 100% passing rate of the
S (30%) rate of the March taught (Eng. 7,9 & 12 and MAPEH subject taught at the end subject taught (Eng. 7,9 &
I subject taught at 2019 10) 4- Spent P50- P100 for the review of the school year 12 and MAPEH 10)
C the end of the materials
school year 4- Met 95%-99% passing rate 4- Achieved 95%-99%
E of the subject taught 3-Spent P101- 150 for the review passing rate of the subject 5-Spent nothing for the
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materials taught at the end of the review materials
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3- Met 90%-94% passing rate school year
C
A
of the subject taught 2-Spent P150- 200 for the review
T materials 3- Achieved 90%-94%% 5-Achieved the target of
I 2- Met 85%-89% passing rate passing rate of the subject 100% passing rate of the
O of the subject taught 1- Spent 200 or more for the taught at the end of the subject taught at the end
N review materials school year of the school year
1-80% below
S 2- Achieved 85%-89%
E passing rate of the subject
R taught at the end of the
V school year
I
C 1- Achieved 80 % and
E below passing rate of the
S
subject taught at the end
of the school year
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 3. Learning 3.1 Provided safe, June 2018 5 –Attained 70% and above 5- donated P 1000 or 5 – always maintained a 5 –Attained 70% and 5 5 5
A Environment orderly and to average during evaluation less in the purchase and safe, orderly, and above average during
S (20%) motivating March based on the criteria for preparation of needed criteria for motivating environment all evaluation based on the
I learning 2019 5% classroom structuring evaluation throughout the year based criteria for classroom
C environment on the result of evaluation structuring
4 –Attained 60%-69% 4- donated P 1500 to
E
average during evaluation P2000 in the purchase and 4 –sometimes maintained
D
based on the criteria for preparation of needed criteria for a safe, orderly, and 5- donated P 1000 or
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C classroom structuring. evaluation motivating environment all less in the purchase
A throughout the year based and preparation of
T 3 – Attained 50%-59% 3- donated P 2001- on the result of evaluation needed criteria for
I average during evaluation P 2500 in the purchase and evaluation
O based on the criteria for preparation of needed criteria for 3 ––rarely maintained a
N classroom structuring. evaluation safe, orderly, and
motivating environment all 5 – always maintained a
S 2 – Attained 40%-49% 2- donated P 2501 to throughout the year based safe, orderly, and
E average during evaluation P 3000 in the purchase and on the result of evaluation motivating environment
R based on the criteria for preparation of needed criteria for all throughout the year
V classroom structuring. based evaluation 2 –– maintained once a based on the result of
I on the criteria for safe, orderly, and evaluation
C classroom structuring. 1-donated more than 3000 in the motivating environment all
E purchase and preparation of throughout the year based
S
1 – Attained an average of needed criteria for evaluation on the result of evaluation
lower than 40% during
evaluation based on the 1 – never participated in
criteria for classroom an evaluation
structuring.
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 3. Learning 3.2 Implemented June 2018 5 – Distributed 80% or more 5- Spent P 100 or 5 –Conflicts, grievances, 5 – Distributed 80% or 5 5 4
A Environment classroom to anti bullying manual to all less for the reproduction of misunderstandings more anti bullying
S (20%) policies March teachers and students’ report report forms and other cases were manual to all teachers
I on Child 2019 8% and all necessary evidences resolved within the and students’ report and
C classroom level.
Protection that shows mediation in 4- Spent P 101 to all necessary evidences
Policy, which conflicts related to RA. 10672 P 150 for the reproduction of that shows mediation in
E 4- Conflicts, grievances,
adhere to report forms misunderstandings conflicts related to RA.
D
child-friendly 4- Distributed 75% anti and other cases were 10672.
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C
environment bullying manuals to all 3- Spent P-151 brought to the guidance
A to all students teachers and students P 200 for the reproduction of counselor.
T in particular narrative and teachers report report forms 5- Spent P 100 or
I that shows mediation in of 3- Conflicts, grievances, less for the
O students related to RA. 10672 2- Spent P 201 to misunderstandings reproduction of report
N P 250 for the reproduction of and other cases were forms
3- Distributed 70% of anti- report forms brought to the principal.
S bullying manual to all teachers
2- Conflicts, grievances,
E and students a narrative that 1-Spent P 251 or more for the 4- Conflicts, grievances,
misunderstandings
R shows mediation in conflicts reproduction of report forms misunderstandings
and other cases resulted
V related to RA. 10672 and other cases were
to suspension of the bully.
I brought to the guidance
C counselor.
2- distributed 65% teacher’s 1- Conflicts, grievances,
E report only that shows misunderstandings
S
mediation in conflicts related and other cases beyond
to RA. 10672 the school level

1- no distribution
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 3. Learning 3.3 Posted June 2018 5-Hanged clear and readable 5 –Spent P 100 for the printing 5- Posters were seen 5-Hanged clear and 5 5 5
A Environment visible and eye to posters of classroom rules and purchasing. starting from June 2018- readable posters of
S (20%) level posters on March and regulation all throughout March 2019 classroom rules and
I classroom rules 2019 7% the year. 4- Spent P150 to regulation all throughout
C and regulation to P 200 for the printing and 4-Poster were seen for the year.
ensure a child- 4- Hanged readable yet purchasing. few months only
E
friendly and unclear posters of classroom
D
peaceful learning rules and regulation all 3- Spent P 201- 3-Posters were seen 5 –Spent P 100 for the
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C
environment throughout the year. P 250 for the printing and during evaluation only printing and purchasing.
A purchasing.
T 3- Hanged clear yet 2- Posters were seen but
I unreadable posters of 2- Spent P 251 to too small to be noticed 5- Posters were seen
O classroom rules and P 300 for the printing and starting from June 2018-
N regulation all throughout the purchasing. 1- Never had in the March 2019
year. classroom
S 1-Spent P 301 or more for the
E 2- Hanged unclear and printing and purchasing.
R unreadable posters of
V classroom rules and
I regulation all throughout the
C year.
E
S
1- No posters seen in the
classroom
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 4.Community 4.1Strengthened June 2018 5 – Conducted at least 4 5- No expenses during the 5 – Always rendered report 5 – Conducted at least 4 5 5 5
A teacher and to HRPTA meeting to parents during every HRPTA
S Involvement community March 1.5% meetings to inform about meetings in relation to meetings to inform
I Partnership. 2019 students’ behavior and 4- Spent P 101 to students’ achievement, about students’ behavior
C (5%) behavior and performances
standing in the class P150 during the meeting and standing in the class
every meeting
E 4- Often rendered report to
4 – Conducted at least 3 3- Spent P 151- parents during every
D
HRPTA P200 during the meeting meetings in relation to 5- No expenses during
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C meetings to inform about students’ achievement, the meeting
A students’ achievements, 2- Spent P 201 to behavior and performances
T behavior and standing in the P 250 during the meeting every meeting
I class 3- sometimes rendered 5 – Always rendered
O 1-Spent P 251 or more during the report to parents during report to parents during
N 3 - Conducted at least 2 meeting every meetings in relation to every meetings in relation
HRPTA students’ achievement, to students’ achievement,
behavior and performances behavior and
S meetings to inform about
every meeting performances every
E students’ behavior and
2- Rarely rendered report to meeting
R standing in the class parents during every
V
meetings in relation to
I 2- Conducted at least 1 HRPTA students’ achievement,
C meetings to inform about behavior and performances
E students’ behavior and every meeting
S 1- Never rendered report to
standing in the class
parents during every
1- Never conducted a HRPTA meetings in relation to
meeting to inform about students’ achievement,
behavior and performances
students’ behavior and
every meeting
standing in the class
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 4.Parents 4.2 Conducted June 2018 5-Visited at least 4 or more 5-Spent 200 or less than for fare 5-Prepared home 4- Visited at least 3 4 5 4
A Involvement home visitations to students at the end of school and reproduction of the home visitation report every students at the end of
S and to follow- up March 1.5% year visitation forms from personal grading period with the school year
I Community students at risk 2019 funds. complete signatures of
C Partnership of dropping out 4- Visited at least 3 students 4- Spent 200- P 250 for fare and parent/s and student
(5%) at the end of the school year reproduction of the home concern. 5-Spent 200 or less than
E
visitation forms from personal for fare and
D
3- Visited at least 2 students funds. 4- Prepared home reproduction of the
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C at the end of the school year 3- Spent 251-P 300 for fare and visitation report every two home visitation forms
A reproduction of the home grading period from personal funds.
T 2- Visited at least 1- students visitation forms from personal
I at the end of the school year funds. 3- Prepared visitation
O 2- Spent 300 or more than for report every two grading 4- Prepared home
N 1-No home visitation of the fare and reproduction of the home period visitation report every
school year visitation forms from personal two grading period
S funds. 2- Prepared home
E 1- Spent 200 or less than for fare visitation report once a
R and reproduction of the home year.
V visitation forms from school/
I club/ or any funds. 1-No narrative and home
C reading report prepared
E after the end of the school
S
year
Performance Indicators Rating
Key Quality Efficiency Timelines Q E T
Weight Actual result Score
MFO’s Result Objectives Timeline
Per KRA
Areas
B 4.Parents 4.3 Participated June 2018 5- Attended 4 in any of the 5- Spent P100 or less in attending 5- Arrived early at least 5- Attended 4 in any of 5 5 5
A Involvemen in Provincial, city to activities cited to the activities 30 minutes before any the activities cited
S t and barangay March 2% program has started,
I and activities 2019 4- Attended 3 in any of the 4- Spent P 150 for fare in
C Community (parade, alay- activities cited attending to the activities 4- Arrived early at least 10 5- Spent P100 or less in
Partnership linis, brigada minutes before any attending to the activities
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(5%) skwela, Araw ng 3-Attended 2 in any of the 3- Spent P200 for fare program has started
D
Barangay, activities cited in attending to the activities
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C
Barangay Fiesta 3- Arrived on time 5- Arrived early at least
A or any other 2- Attended 1 in any of the 2- Spent P 250 for fare 30 minutes before any
T related activities activities cited in attending to the activities 2- arrived late program has started,
I pertaining
O thereto) which 1- No attendance at all 1- Spent P250 or more in 1- No participation
N enhances attending to the activities
community
S linkages
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Performance Indicators Rating
Key Result Weight Quality Efficiency Timelines Actual result Q E T Score
MFO’s Objectives Timeline
Areas Per KRA
B 5. 5.1Submitted June 2018 5- submitted neat, clean and 5- Spent P100 or less 5- submitted reports 5- submitted neat, clean 5 5 4
A Professiona punctually to 2.5% up to date reports before the time and up to date reports
S l Growth reports and March 4- Spent P 150 for fare
I and other necessary 2019 4- submitted un neat, unclean 4- submitted reports on
C Developmen documents at the yet up-to-date reports 3- Spent P200 for fare time 5- Spent P100 or less
t office of the
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(10%) school head 3- submitted neat and clean a 2- Spent P 250 for fare 3- submitted reports a
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day late day after the time 4- submitted reports on
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C 1- Spent P250 or more time
A 2- submitted reports 5 days 2- submitted reports 3
T late days after the time
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O 1- always late 1- submitted reports more
N than 3days after the time

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Performance Indicators Rating
Key Quality Efficiency Timelines Q E T
Weight Actual result Score
MFO’s Result Objectives Timeline
Per KRA
Areas
B 5. 5.2 Attended to June 2018 5- Have 3 absences for a 5- Spent P100 or less for fare 5- Submitted DTR on time 5- Have 3 absences for a 5 5 5
A Profession school on time to quarter with leave quarter with leave
S al Growth and reported to March 2.5% 4- Spent P 150 for fare 4- Submitted DTR three
I and classes regularly 2019 4- Have 6 absences in a days after the deadline
C Developme quarter with leave 3- Spent P200 for fare 5- Spent P100 or less for
nt 3- Submitted DTR four fare
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(10%) 3- Have 9 absences in a 2- Spent P 250 for fare days after the deadline
D
quarter with leave
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C 1- Spent P250 or more 2- Submitted DTR five 5- Submitted DTR on time
A 2- Have 12 absences in a days after the deadline
T quarter with leave
I 1- Submitted DTR a week
O 1- Have 15 absences above after the deadline
N with leave

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Performance Indicators Rating
Key Quality Efficiency Timelines Q E T
Weight Actual result Score
MFO’s Result Objectives Timeline
Per KRA
Areas
B 5. 5.3 Attended an June 2018 5- Participated 1 division 5- Spent P500 –P 1000 for the 5- Participated 1 division 4- Participated 1 district 4 5 4
A Profession In- service to 5% seminar or attended 10 faculty registration seminar or attended 10 seminar or attended 8
S al Growth training March meetings faculty meeting for the faculty meetings
I and workshop 2019 4-Spent P1001 –P 1500 for the whole year
C Developme (division, school , 4- Participated 1 district registration
nt district, or seminar or attended 8 faculty 4- Participated 1 district 5- Spent P500 –P 1000
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(10%) school) and meetings 3- Spent P1501 –P 2000 for the seminar or attended 8 for the registration
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faculty registration faculty meetings for the
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C
conferences 3- Participated 1 school in- whole year
A service 2- Spent 2001- P 3000 for the 4- Participated 1 district
T training or attended 6 faculty registration 3- Participated 1 school in- seminar or attended 8
I meetings service training or faculty meetings for the
O 1- Spent more than 3000 attended 6 faculty whole year
N 2- attended 5 faculty meetings meetings for the whole
year
S 1- attended less than 5 faculty
E meetings 2- attended 5 faculty
R meetings for the whole
V year
I
C 1- attended less than 5
E faculty meetings for the
S
whole year
Performance Indicators Rating
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MFO’s Result Objectives Timeline
Per KRA
Areas
6. Plus 6.1 Published June 2018 5% 5-Circulated 20 articles 5- Spent P1000 or less in the 5-published first week of
Factor school paper to publication March
(5%) publication in a March 4-circulated 15 articles
school year 2019 4- Spent P800 in the publication 4- published second week
3-circulated 10 articles of
3-Spent P 700 in the publication March
2- circulated 5 articles
2- Spent P600 in the publication 3- published third week of
1- circulated 1 article March
1- Spent P 500 or less in the
publication 2- published at end of
March

1- no publication

OVERALL RATING
FOR
ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Rater: Ratee: Approving Authority:

RANDY A. JABILLO VIVERLY B. UMBANIA RANDY A. JABILLO


Head Teacher - I Teacher - I Head Teacher - I