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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW

FORM (IPCRF) for T1-T3

Name of Employee : SHIELA MAE T. REYES Name of Rater : BENJO G. ABELLANA


Position : Teacher 1 Position : Teacher In-Charge
Division / Section : Davao City Date of Review : April 18, 2018
Rating Period : October 2017-April 2018
TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED IN DURING EVALUATION
Weig ACTUAL
RATING SCORE
TIMELIN ht PERFORMANCE INDICATORS RESULTS
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES E per (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness)
KRA Q E T Ave
1.Teaching (10%) 3 3 4 3.33 0.33
Learning Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness
Process 1.1. June e
Prepared180daily 2016 – 5 All daily lesson plans had 130% and above of the 130% of the DLL
lesson plan and March the following parts: required number of days submitted on time or
daily logs of 2017 Objective, DLL/Lesson Plan before the deadline
activities within the Content,Learning Submitted
rating period Resources, Procedures,
Remarks, Reflection
4 Had 5 of the six parts 115-129% of the required Submitted 1 day after
number of days the prescribe dates
DLL/Lesson Plan
Submitted
3 Had 4 of the six parts 100-114% of the required Submitted 2 days
number of days after the prescribe
DLL/Lesson Plan dates
Submitted
2 Had 3 of the six parts 51-99% of the required Submitted 3 days
number of days after the prescribe
DLL/Lesson Plan dates
Submitted
1 Had 2 and below of the 50% and below of the Submitted 4 or more
six parts required number of days days after the
DLL/Lesson Plan prescribe dates
Submitted
3 3 3 3 0.3
Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness
1.2 Facilitated June20 e
learning in 16 - 5 Instructional 130% and above of the One Class
school/classes March Competence shows an required number Observation per
evaluated with 2017 Overall Rating of Five (5) Instructional Supervision grading period
functional Outstanding were observed by the (Except for more
lesson/daily logs School Head than the prescribed)
and innovative 4 Instructional 115-129%% of the Two class
teaching strategies Competence shows an required number of observations was
through an Overall Rating of Four (4) Instructional Supervision made in one grading
observer with the VS were observed by the period
use of Instructional School Head (Except for more
Supervision Tool than the prescribed)
(IST) 1 Observation 3 Instructional 100-114% of the required Three (3) for
per grading period. Competence shows an number of Instructional compliance class
Overall Rating of Three Supervision were observation were
(per Div.Memo. no. (3) S observed by the School made in one or two
744,s2014) Head grading periods.
(Except for more
(10%) than the prescribe)
2 Instructional 51-99% of the required Four or more class
Competence shows an number of of Instructional observations were
Overall Rating of Two (2) Supervision were made at the last
UnSat observed by the School grading period for
Head compliance.
1 Instructional 50% and below of the Four (4) class
Competence shows an required number of observations were
Overall Rating of One (1) Instructional Supervision done at the first or
Poor were observed by the last grading period
School Head for compliance.

1.3 Implemented June Scale Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 3 4 3.33 0.33


positive discipline 2016 - 5 Have made Students were guided in Within the rating
to 100% of the March conferences and the observation of period
students by 2017 resolve the issue of classroom rules and
instituting students with guidelines was 130%
classroom rules, disciplinary concerns. evident in the certification
guidelines, from the Grade Head /
individual and School head (for HS
group tasks within Department /Cur. Head)
the rating period 4 Have made Students were guided in
(10%) conferences and the observation of
resolve the issue with classroom rules and
the Grade Head of guidelines was 115-129%
students with evident in the certification
disciplinary concerns. from the Grade Head /
School head (for HS
Department /Cur. Head)
3 Have made Students were guided in
conferences and the observation of
resolve the issue with classroom rules and
the Grade Head and guidelines was 100-114%
Guidance Counselor of evident in the certification
students with from the Grade Head /
disciplinary concerns. School head (for HS
Department /Cur. Head)
2 Have made Students were guided in
conferences and the observation of
resolve the issue with classroom rules and
the Grade Head, the guidelines was 51-99%
Guidance counselor evident in the certification
and School Head for from the Grade Head /
students with School head (for HS
disciplinary concerns. Department /Cur. Head)
1 Have made no Students were guided in
conferences and did the observation of
not resolve the issue classroom rules and
of students with guidelines was 50% and
disciplinary concerns below evident in the
certification from the
Grade Head / School head
(for HS Department /Cur.
Head)
1.4 Monitored the May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 5 4 4 4.33 0.22
checking of 2016 - e
attendance and it April 5 Conducted interventions Daily attendance of Submitted of form 2
was 100% 2017 such as ADM, DLP, etc… students has been carried on or before the
systematically and other similar out (100%) deadline
carried out through programs
the submission of - has Zero dropout in all
Form 2 and Daily classes handled
attendance of 4 Conducted home Attendance checking was Submitted 1 day after
students. Has Zero visitations to parents of carried out or have deadline
dropout rate. SARDO submitted only 9 out of 10
(5%) - Has 1 dropout of all Form 2
classes handled

3 Conducted school Attendance checking was Submitted 2 days


conferences to parents 100-114% carried or have after deadline
of SARDO submitted only 8 out of 10 3
-Has 2 dropouts of all Form 2
classes handled

2 Identified Students At Attendance checking was Submitted 3 days


Risk of Dropping Out carried but have after deadline
(SARD) but no action submitted only 7 out of 10
taken Form 2
-Has 3 dropouts of all
classes handled
1 Have no intervention at Attendance checking was Submitted 4 days or
all carried out or have more or more after
- Have 4 or more submitted only 6 and deadline
dropouts of all classes below out of 10 Form 2
handled

3 3 3 0.15

1.5 Monitored May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness


safe, positive and 2016 - e
motivating April 5 Overall (1)physical Organized/structured
environment, 2017 atmosphere,(2) classroom setting allows
overall physical cleanliness and for planned teacher-
atmosphere orderliness of classroom, learner and learner
conducive for (3) toilet (4)assigned -learner interaction where
learning, area, (5) proper waste cleanliness and orderliness
cleanliness and disposal were inside and outside the
orderliness of maintained classroom was observed
classroom including as (5) Excellent
proper waste 4 Only 4 of the five areas The Classroom was
disposal daily and were maintained observed as (4) Very
was observed to Good
have at least 3 Only 3 of the five areas The classroom was
Good(3) rating were maintained observed (3) Good
every month within 2 Only 2 of the five areas The classroom was
the rating period were maintained observed (2)Basic
(5%) 1 Only 1 of the five areas The classroom was
were maintained observed (1) Below Basic
2. Student 2.1. A. Monitored, May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 3 2 2.67 0.13
Outcomes evaluated, and 2016 - e
(30%) maintained April 5 Monitoring and Evidences showed that the Updated within the
students’ progress 2017 Evaluation of Students teacher purposely plans rating period
as evident in the progress was assessments through
submission of systematically carried submitted
reports such as out ,without error or (1)Formative/Summative
(1)Formative/Sum revisions Assessment Plans,(2) TQs
mative Assessment (3) TOS, and (4) Class
Plans,(2) TQs (3) Record every per subject /
TOS, and (4) Class grading period
Record every 4 Monitoring and Evidences showed that the with one week lapses
quarter within the Evaluation of Students teacher submitted only 3
rating period. progress was carried out out of 4 indicators per
(5%) but with one error or subject / grading period
revision
3 Monitoring and Evidences showed that the with two weeks
Evaluation of Students teacher submitted only 2 lapses
progress was carried out out of 4 indicators per
but with two errors or subject / grading period
revisions
2 Monitoring and Evidences showed that the with three weeks
Evaluation of Students teacher submitted only 1 lapses
progress was carried out out of 4 indicators per
but with three errors or subject /grading period
revisions
1 Monitoring and No Evidences showed per with four weeks or
Evaluation of Students grading period more lapses
progress was carried out
but with four errors or
revisions
2.2 Conducted May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 2 2 2.33 0.23
remediation 2016 - e
program to April 5 Evidences showed that 130% and above of the Conducted within the
improveat least 2017 the teacher have students who were under time frame of every
75% of students conducted remediation remediation have quarter (fifth week of
needing academic with the following improved their every quarter)
assistance. Or MOV’s (1)Simple analysis performance with a
Enrichment of students needing passing grade in the
activities for academic assistance or Remedial Class Mark / or
students who excel those who excel in Enhancement report
in class. classs,(2) Attendance
(10%) Sheet (3)Lesson Plan (4)
Learning Activity Sheet
(5) Certification of the
Remedial Class Mark or
enhancement progress
report
4 Evidences showed that 115-129% of the students Conducted one week
the teacher submitted who were under after the time frame
only 4 out of 5 indicators remediation have of every quarter
improved their
performance with a
passing grade in the
Remedial Class Mark /
enhancement report
3 Evidences showed that 100-114%of the students Conducted two
the teacher submitted who were under weeks after the time
only 3 out of 5 indicators remediation have frame in every
improved their quarter
performance with a
passing grade in the
Remedial Class Mark /
enhancement report
2 Evidences showed that 51-99% of the students Conducted three
the teacher submitted and below who were weeks after the time
only 2 out of 5 indicators under remediation have frame in every
improved their quarter
performance with a
passing grade in the
Remedial Class Mark /
enhancement report

1 Evidences showed that 50% and below of the conducted three


the teacher submitted students and below who weeks or more after
only 1 out of 5 indicators were under remediation the time frame in
have improved their every quarter
performance with a
passing grade in the
Remedial Class Mark /
enhancement report
2.3Attained the May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 2 2 2 2 0.2
required NAT MPS 2016 - e
of at least 70.95% April 5 5% and above increase 77.97% (ES) / 65.69 (HS)
(Elem) / 54.38% 2017 in MPS
(HS)for SY 2016-
2017 4 4% increase in MPS 74.46%(ES) / 60.03
(10%) 3 3% increase in MPS 70.95% (ES) / 54.38
2 2% increase in MPS 67.43% (ES) / 48.72
1 1% increase in MPS 67.42 and below (ES) /
/maintained previous 48.71 and below (HS)
SY’s NAT result, or -based on the EFA Target
decreased as prescribed in the
Division Target
3 3 4 3.33 0.17
2.4 Attained the May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness
required GSA for 2016 - e
grade level and April 5 Achieved 90-100 GSA 130% of the students Submitted Grading
learning areas, at 2017 (outstanding) of all passed the subject at the Sheets, Class Record
least 75% students handled end of the school year before the deadline
(Efficiency) of the 4 Achieved 85-89 GSA 115-129% of the students Submitted Grading
students achieved (Very Satisfactory) of all passed the subject at the Sheets, Class Record
80% (quality) and students handled end of the school year during the deadline
above proficiency. 3 Achieved 80-84 GSA 100-114% of the students Submitted Grading
(Satisfactory) of all passed the subject at the Sheets, Class Record
(5%) students handled end of the school year a day after the
deadline
2 Achieved 75-79 GSA 51-99% of the students Submitted Grading
(Fairly Satisfactory) of all passed the subject at the Sheets, Class Record
students handled end of the school year two days after the
deadline
1 Achieved 74 GSA (Did 50% and below passed the Submitted Grading
Not Meet Expectations subject at the end of the Sheets, Class Record
of all students handled school year more than two days
after the deadline
3. Community May 10% Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 4 3 3 3.33 0.17
Involvement 2016 - e
April 5 Conducted parent- Conducted 5 or more PTA Conducted
3.1 Conducted at 2017 conference with meetings and parent conferences for four
least 4 parent complete components conferences quarters
conferences to (identification of
students needing needs/problems, causes,
academic and recommendation, and
behavioral help. agreement)
(5%) 4 Conducted parent- Conducted 3-4PTA Conducted
conference with meetings and parent conferences for three
document lacking one conferences quarters
component
3 Conducted parent- Conducted 2-3PTA Conducted
conference with meetings and parent conferences for two
document lacking two conferences quarters only
components
2 Conducted parent- Conducted 1 PTA meetings Conducted
conference with and parent conferences conferences for 1
document lacking three quarter only
components
1 Have not conducted at Have not conducted at all
all

3.2 Conducted at May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 4 4 4 4 0.12


least 4 Home 2016 - e
visitation to April 5 Accomplishments of set Conducted 6 or more Organized and
students needing 2017 visits with complete Home visitation and facilitated on the
academic documentation students were given prescribed dates
monitoring and (5 out of 5 MOVs- intervention and showed a
follow up within Communication passing grade in the
the rating period Letter/Approved Project remedial class mark
(3%) Proposal/ attendance
sheet/Financial
Report/Certificate of
Attendance/Narrative of
Accomplishment /
Report with Pictures )
4 Accomplishments of set Conducted 4-5 Home Organized and
visits with partial visitation and students facilitated one day
documentation were given intervention after prescribed
(4 out of 5 MOVs) and showed a passing dates
grade in the remedial class
mark
3 Accomplishments of set Conducted 2-3Home Organized and
visits with partial visitation and students facilitated two days
documentation were given intervention after prescribed
(3 out of 5 MOVs) and showed a passing dates
grade in the remedial class
mark
2 Accomplishments of set Conducted 1 Home Organized and
visits with partial visitation and students facilitated three days
documentation were given intervention after prescribed
(2 out of 5 MOVs) and showed a passing dates
grade in the remedial class
mark
1 Accomplishments of set Have not conducted at all Organized and
visits with partial facilitated four days
documentation or more after
(1 out of 5 MOVs or No prescribed dates
MOV at all)
3.3 Initiated 1 May Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 2 2 3 2.33 0.47
project/events/acti 2016 - e
vities with external April 5 Accomplishments of 130% and above initiated Organized and
funding or 2017 Initiated projects/ projects/events/activities facilitated on the
sponsorship within events/activities with conducted prescribed dates
the target date. external
(2%) funding/sponsorship
have complete
documentation
(Activity Proposal,
Attendance,
Accomplishment Report,
Cert. of Completion,
Letter, Pictures)

4 Have partial 115-129% initiated Organized and


documentation with (5 projects/events/activities facilitated one week
out of 6 MOVs) conducted after prescribed
dates
3 Have partial 100-114%initiated Organized and
documentation with 4 projects/events/activities facilitated two weeks
out of 6 MOVS conducted after prescribed
dates
2 Have partial 51-99% initiated Organized and
documentation with 3 projects/events/activities facilitated three
out of 6 MOVs conducted weeks after
prescribed dates
1 Have partial 50% and below initiated Organized and
documentation with 2 projects / events/ facilitated four weeks
and below MOVs activities or more after
prescribed dates
4. Professional 4.1 Conducted 1 May (10%) Scale Quality Efficiency Timeliness 1 1 1 1 0.02
Growth and action research 2016 - 5 Action Research Conducted one action Within the rating
Development based on students April conducted with full research period
need analysis using 2017 documentation and
only 1-5 Action recognized by the School
Research Template. Head
(2%) 4 Action Research Submitted Action Research
conducted with full Proposal
documentation
recognized by the
Master
Teacher/Dept.Head
3 Action Research with full Submitted Action research
documentation problem
recognized by the other
teacher

2 Identified classroom / Submitted intention to


learning problems with conduct research within
research proposals the rating period
1 Have not conducted at No intention / plan to
all conduct Action Research
4.2 Attended at May x Scale Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 3 5 3.67 0.18
least 4 2016 - 5 Attended at the Attended at least four (4) Arrived at the venue
seminars/training’ April International or national seminars/training’s/ on or before the
at the school, 2017 level (seminars relevant workshop activity started
cluster and division to the assigned task/
level, region, and subject or expertise)
national level 4 Attended at the 1 Attended at least three (3) Arrived at the venue
within the rating regional level / (2 seminars/training’s/ 5 minutes after the
period workshop activity started
division Level
(5%)
3 Attended at the 1 Attended at least three (2) Arrived at the venue
division level / (2 seminars/training’s/ 10 minutes after the
cluster/ district level) / workshop activity started
(3 school level)

2 Attended at the cluster / Attended at least three (1) Arrived at the venue
district level / (2 school seminars/training’s/ 15 minutes after the
level) workshop activity started

1 Attended at the school Have not attended at all Arrived at the venue
level 20 minutes and
beyond after the
activity started
4.3. Submitted May Scale Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 4 5 4 0.12
100% of the 2016 - 5 Reports submitted are Submitted and Submitted on or
required forms and April 100 % free from errors accomplished 130% and before the deadline
reports, as 2017 above therequired forms
prescribed by the and reports
school 4 required forms and Submitted and Submitted one day
(3%) reports were accomplished115-129% of after the deadline
accomplished with one the required forms and
reports
error

3 required forms and Submitted and Submitted two days


reports were accomplished 100-114% after the deadline
accomplished with two of the required forms and
reports
errors

2 required forms and Submitted and Submitted three days


reports were accomplished 51-99% of after the deadline
accomplished with three the required forms and
reports
errors

1 required forms and Submitted and Submitted three (4)


reports were accomplished 50% and days or more after
accomplished with 4 or below of the required the deadline
forms and reports
more errors

5. Support to 5.1 Submitted 10 May (10%) Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 3 3 3 3 0.12
Personnel DTR/CSC Form 48 2016 - e
Administration In a school year April 5 Without error/ erasures 10 DTRs/F48 were On the 1st day of the
every 3rd day of the 2017 and/or lacking submitted (June-March) succeeding month
succeeding month attachments
without error and 4 With 1 error/ erasure 10 DTRs/F48 were On the 2nd day of the
with complete and/or lacking submitted (June-March) succeeding month
attachments attachment
(4%) 3 With 2 errors/ erasures 10 DTRs/F48 were On the 3rd day of the
and/or lacking submitted (June-March) succeeding month
attachments/ with 1
EFLF
2 With 3 errors/ erasures 9 DTRs/F48 were On the 4th day of the
and/or lacking submitted (June-March) succeeding month
attachments
1 With 4or more errors/ 8 and below DTRs/F48 On the 5th day of the
erasures and/or lacking were submitted (June- succeeding month
attachments March)
5.2 Complied 180 Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness 5 5 4 4.67 0.18
days of attendance e
without tardiness 5 Incurred no Reported 130% and above Arrived 15 minutes
and/or under time tardiness/undertime days to school/ mandated before the official
and reports on time meetings/ special activities time
(4%) 4 Incurred 1 tardy or 1 Reported 115-129% days Arrived 10-14
undertime for personal to school/ mandated minutes before the
reasons meetings/ special activities official time
3 Incurred 2 tardiness/ Reported 100-114% to Arrived 9-5 minutes
undertime (or school/ mandated before the official
combination) for meetings/ special activities time
personal reasons
2 Incurred 3-5 tardiness/ Reported 51-99% to Arrived 4-3 minutes
undertime (or school/ mandated before the official
combination) for meetings/ special activities time
personal reasons
1 Incurred 6 or more Reported 50% and below Arrived on the exact
tardiness/ undertime (or days to school/ mandated time
combination) for meetings/ special activities
personal reasons
5.3 Worn complete 5 5 5 0.1
set of prescribed Scal Quality Efficiency Timeliness
uniform (ID, e
Blouse/Polo, 5 Complete prescribed 100% of the required days
Slacks/Skirt, uniform in a quarter
Footwear) during 4 One element missing 95-99% of the required
required days (e.g. no ID) days in a quarter
3 Two elements missing 90-94% of the required
(2%) days in a quarter
2 3 or more elements 85-89% of the required
missing days in a quarter
1 Not wearing prescribed 84% or less of the required
uniform days in a quarter
6. Special Task 5%
Assignment (If
with Plus Factor
the following
percentage will
be adapted
accordingly
:KRA 3
7.5%,KRA4 7.5%
KRA 5 10% KRA6
5%)

3.54
VS

SHIELA MAE T. REYES BENJO G. ABELLANA BASILIO P. MANA-AY JR, CESE, ASDS
Ratee Rater Approving Authority
Reviewed by:
School Performance Monitoring Team – Malabog District

_________________________________________________________________________________________________________

ISAMAEL L. SEGUNDO ROSITA Q. LARGO JIMMY D. ZAMORA


_________________________________________________________________
Chairman Vice Chairman Elect School Head

HARVEY JAMES Q. PALWA ERLINDA T. ALBANO


President Master Teacher
PART III: SUMMARY OF RATING FOR DISCUSSION

Final Performance Results Rating Adjectival Rating

Accomplishments of KRAs and Objectives 3.54 Very Satisfactory

Employee- Superior

The signature below confirm that the employee and his/her superior or have agreed to the contents of the performance as captured in this form

Name of Employee: SHIELA MAE T. REYES Name of Superior: BENJO G. ABELLANA

Signature: Signature

Date: April 15, 2017 Date: April 15, 2017


PART IV: DEVELOPMENT PLANS

Strengths Development Needs Action Plan Timeline Resources Needed

(Recommended
Developmental Intervention

ICT SKILLS: ORAL COMMUNICATION: Attend more training, May 2017-March 2018
seminars and workshop
Prepare simple presentation Adjust communication style to
using powerpoint others
Personal funds

SHIELA MAE T. REYES BENJO G. ABELLANA


Ratee Rater