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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region V
Division of Camarines Norte
JOSE PANGANIBAN NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

Office Performance
Commitment and
Review Form
(OPCRF)

SY 2016-2017

CYNTHIA B. BARJA
HT-III Filipino
Teaching-
Learning
Process
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, implemented 180
out of 180 required Daily
Lesson Log/ Plan on subject
areas taught on non-
negotiable teaching hours
with the following
indicators:
Approved LP/DLL
Complete Parts
SMART
Mastery Level Recorded
Remediation indicated
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, monitored
students attendance,
discipline and classroom
management with the
following tools:
Form 2
Monitor Slip
Checklist of
responsible team/ group
Form 138
Grading Sheets
Form
2
Monitor
Slip
Checklist
of
Responsible
team/group
Form
138
GRADING
sHEETS
At the end of the SY

2016-2017,
facilitated learning
through printed
and not printed
adequate
materials.
Pupils/
Students
Outcome
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, attained 75%
NAT MPS through the
following interventions:
Remediation
Home Visitation
Dialogue with
Parents
Counselling of
students
Budget of Work of
Teachers
Remediation
Home
Visitation
Dialogue
with
Parents
Counseling
of Students
Budget of
Work of
Teachers
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, attained zero
dropout rate through the
following programs:
School-based feeding
program
Dropout Reduction
Program
Home Visitation
Dialogue with Parents
Counseling of Students
By the end of Sy 2016-

2017, maintained
records on the
following indicators:
Form 2
MPS-MPL
Form 138
Form 137
Results of Extra
Curricular Activities
Form
2
MPS-
MPL
Form
138
Form
137
Results of
Extra
Curricular
Activities
Community
Involvement
By the end of SY 2016-
2017, conducted 2

General Assembly meetings
and 4 Grade level meetings
for student development
through the following
instruments:
Notice of Meetings to
Parents
Notice of Meetings to
School Head
Minutes of Meeting
Attendance of members
Parents Education
Notice of
Meetings
to
Parents
Notice
of
Meeting
to
School
Head
Minutes
of
Meeting
Attendance
of
Members
General

Assembly
HRPTA
Meeting
Parents
Education
By the end of SY

2016-2017,
acquired/ utilized
Php 2,000.00
worth of donation
through PTA
stakeholders
relevant to physical
development of the
school
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, encouraged
stakeholders participation
in 5 different mandated
programs/projects/
activities:
Brigada Eskwela
Feeding Program
Gulayan Sa Paaralan
Family Day
Children in Conflict with
the rules and regulations
Brigada
Eskwela
Family
Day
Professional
Growth
By the end of SY 2016-
2017, conducted 2

INSETS for teachers
advancement based on
the following tools to
improve teachers
competencies:
IPCRF Competencies
Test Construction
Action Research
Budget of Work
DLL/ Lesson Plan
By the end of SY 2016-

2017, provided
assistance on classroom
observation, structuring,
differentiated
instruction, through the
following interventions:
Mentoring/ Coaching
Teachers conference
Seminar Workshop
Feedbacking
School LAC Session
By the end of SY 2016-
2017, prepared/

submitted the following
reports:
Approved teaching
loads
Monthly
Accomplishment reports
DTR
Form 5
Property Inventory
Financial Report
Annual
Implementation Plan
WHAT IS GERM CELL
TUMOR?


A germ cell tumor (GCT) is
a neoplasm derived from germ
cells. Germ cell tumors can
be cancerous or non-
cancerous tumors. Germ cells
normally occur inside
the gonads (ovary and testis).
Germ cell tumors that originate
outside the gonads may be birth
defects resulting from errors
during development of
the embryo.
SIGNS &
SYMPTOMS

Gonadal Tumors
Gonadal tumors are located in the
reproductive organs the ovaries in girls
and the testicles in boys.
OVARIAN In girls, ovarian germ
cell tumors can be difficult to detect and
may grow to a large size before they
produce symptoms. These tumors usually
aren't detected until age 10 or later
A possible sign is swelling of the
abdomen but often, there are no
symptoms in the early stage.

TESTICULAR Testicular
tumors often are detected at an early
age because they become
noticeable in the scrotum or cause
pain.
Extragonadal Tumors
Extragonadal tumors are located
outside of the reproductive organs.
MEDIASTINUM TUMOR These
tumors are located in the cavity that
contains the heart, large blood vessels,
trachea, thymus and connective tissues.
Malignant mediastinum tumors may cause
chest pain, breathing problems, cough and
fever.
What causes germ cell tumors?
The cause of germ cell tumors isn't
completely understood. A number of inherited
defects have also been associated with an
increased risk for developing germ cell tumors
including the central nervous system and
genitourinary tract malformations and major
malformations of the lower spine.
.
Specifically, males with cryptorchidism
(failure of the testes to descend into the
scrotal sac) have an increased risk to
develop testicular germ cell tumors.
Cryptorchidism can occur alone,
however, and is also present in some
genetic syndromes.
Some genetic syndromes caused by
extra or missing sex chromosomes can
cause incomplete or abnormal
development of the reproductive system.
What are the symptoms of
germ cell tumors?
The following are the most common
symptoms of germ cell tumors. However,
each child may experience symptoms
differently. Symptoms vary depending on
the size and location of the tumor.
Symptoms may include:
A tumor, swelling, or mass that can be
felt or seen
Elevated levels of alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)
Elevated levels of beta-human chorionic
gonadotropin (-HCG)
Constipation, incontinence, and leg
weakness can occur if the tumor is in the
sacrum (a segment of the vertebral
column that forms the top part of the
pelvis) compressing structures
Abdominal pain
Abnormal shape, or irregularity in,
testicular size
Shortness of breath or wheezing if tumors
in the chest are pressing on the lungs
The symptoms of germ cell tumors may
resemble other conditions or medical
problems. Always consult your child's
doctor for a diagnosis.
How are germ cell tumors
diagnosed?


In addition to a complete medical history
and physical examination, diagnostic
procedures for germ cell tumors may
include:
Biopsy. A sample of tissue is removed
from the tumor and examined under a
microscope.
Complete blood count (CBC). This
measures size, number, and maturity of
different blood cells in a specific volume
of blood.
Additional blood tests. These tests may
include blood chemistries, evaluation of
liver and kidney functions, tumor cell
markers, and genetic studies.
Multiple imaging studies, including:
Computed tomography (CT) scan. This is
a diagnostic imaging procedure that uses
a combination of X-rays and computer
technology to produce horizontal, or axial,
images (often called slices) of the body. A
CT scan shows detailed images of any
part of the body, including the bones,
muscles, fat, and organs. CT scans are
more detailed than general X-rays.
Additional blood tests. These tests may
include blood chemistries, evaluation of
liver and kidney functions, tumor cell
markers, and genetic studies.
Multiple imaging studies, including:
Computed tomography (CT) scan. This is
a diagnostic imaging procedure that uses
a combination of X-rays and computer
technology to produce horizontal, or axial,
images (often called slices) of the body. A
CT scan shows detailed images of any
part of the body, including the bones,
muscles, fat, and organs. CT scans are
more detailed than general X-rays.
X-ray. This diagnostic test uses invisible
electromagnetic energy beams to produce
images of internal tissues, bones, and
organs onto film.
Ultrasound (also called sonography). This
is a diagnostic imaging technique that
uses high-frequency sound waves and a
computer to create images of blood
vessels, tissues, and organs. Ultrasounds
are used to view internal organs as they
function, and to assess blood flow through
various vessels.
Bone scans. This involves pictures or X-rays
taken of the bone after a dye has been
injected that's absorbed by bone tissue.
These are used to detect tumors and bone
abnormalities.
What is the long-term outlook
of a child with a germ cell
tumor?
Prognosis greatly depends on:
The extent of the disease
The size and location of the tumor
Presence or absence of metastasis
The tumor's response to therapy
The age and overall health of your child
Your child's tolerance of specific
medications, procedures, or therapies

New developments in treatment
As with any cancer, prognosis and long-term surviv
can vary greatly from individual to individual. Prom
medical attention
and aggressive therapy are important for the best
prognosis. Continuous follow-up care is essential fo
a child diagnosed with a germ
cell tumor. Side effects of radiation and chemother
as well as second malignancies, can occur in surv
of germ cell tumors. New
methods are continually being discovered to impro
treatment and to decrease side effects.
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