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INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

for Teacher I,II, and III Only


School: Malapatan Central Elementary School
District: Malapatan 1 District

Name of Employee: JUAN R. DELA CRUZ, JR. Name of Rater: JOSPECIO D. LAGURA
Position: Teacher I Position: Principal I
Review Period JUNE-MARCH 2016 Date of Review: March 31, 2016
Bureau/Center/Service/Division: Sarangani

TO BE FILLED DURING EVALUATION


TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING
MID-YEAR PERFORMANCE FINAL PERFORMANCE

Weight MID-
PERFORMANCE INDICATORS MID-YEAR FINAL-
MFOs KRAs/Weight per KRA OBJECTIVES TIMELINE Per RATING YEAR FINAL Result RATING
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) Results Score
Objectives Score

Teaching-Learning *Teaches 2 or more grade levels using Teaches 3 sections in grade 5 using Actual Target Actual Target
Process (25%) June to March
appropriate & innovative teaching 5% appropriate and innovative teaching 2 3 3.333 0.167 3 3 5.000 0.250
2016 strategies.
strategies 67 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*facilitates learning in the
elem/secondary schools through
functional lesson plans(for new teachers Facilitated learning in the elementary 90 100 100 100
June to March
up to 3 yrs/ DLL for teachers teaching 4 5% through functional 90 lesson plans with 4.500 0.225 5.000 0.250
2016 appropriate instructional materials.
yrs & above) of activities & appropriate,
adequate & updated instructional 90 100
materials

Actual Target Actual Target


*Supervises curricular & co-curricular June to March Supervised at least 3 curricular and
5%
co-curricular activities 90 90 5.000 0.250 90 90 5.000 0.250
projects and activities 2016
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*maintains daily routine(classroom 75% maintained daily routine
June to March 74 75 75 75
cleanliness, classroom mgt, over-all 5% (classroom, classroom mgt, over- all 4.933 0.247 5.000 0.250
2016 physical classroom atmosphere)
physical classroom atmosphere)
99 100

Actual Target Actual Target


75 75 5.000 0.250 75 75 5.000 0.250
June to March 75% counselled and guided pupils
* counsels & guides pupils/students 5%
throughout the semester 100 100
2016
Total KRA 1 22.767 1.138 Total KRA 1 25.000 1.250

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Pupils/Students Actual Target Actual Target
Outcome (25%) *monitors & evaluates pupils/students June to March 75% monitored and evaluated pupils
5% 3 3 5.000 0.250 3 3 5.000 0.250
progress 2016 progress.
100 100

* undertakes remediation/enrichment Undertakes trice a week Actual Target Actual Target


June to March
programs to improve performance 5% remediation/enrichment programs to 100 100 5.000 0.250 100 100 5.000 0.250
2016 improve performance indicators .
indicators 100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*attained the required GSA for grade June to March 75% attained the required GSA for
5% 90 90 5.000 0.250 90 90 5.000 0.250
level and learning areas 2016 grade level and learning.
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*maintains updated pupils/students June to March 75% maintained up dated pupil
5% 75 75 5.000 0.250 75 75 5.000 0.250
progress regularly 2016 progress regularly.
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
75 75 5.000 0.250 75 75 5.000 0.250
*maintains updated pupil/students June to March 75% maintained updated pupils school
5%
school record 2016 records. 100 100

Total KRA 2 25.000 1.250 Total KRA 2 25.000 1.250


Community Actual Target Actual Target
Involvement (25%) June to March 75% supported activities of gov’tal
*supports activities of gov’tal & NGOs 5% 3 3 5.000 0.250 3 3 5.000 0.250
2016 and NGOs
100 100
*maintains harmonious relationship with 75% maintained harmonious Actual Target Actual Target
fellow teachers & other school personnel June to March relationship with fellow teachers and
5%
other school personnel as well as with
100 100 5.000 0.250 100 100 5.000 0.250
as well as with parents & other 2016
stakeholders parents and other stakeholders. 100 100

Actual Target Actual Target


Conducted regular/periodic
*conducts regular/periodic June to March
5% PTA/homeroom meetings/conferences 90 90 5.000 0.250 90 90 5.000 0.250
PTA/homeroom meetings/conferences 2016 once per grading .
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*visited parents of students needing June to March Visited once parents of pupils needing
5% 0 75 0.000 0.000 0 75 0.000 0.000
academic monitoring/follow-up 2016 academic follow up
0 0
Actual Target Actual Target
* undertake /initiate projects, events, 0 75 0.000 0.000 75 75 5.000 0.250
June to March
activities with external 5% Initiated one project external funding.
0 100
2016
funding/sponsorship
Total KRA 3 15.000 0.750 Total KRA 3 20.000 1.000

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Professional Growth & Actual Target Actual Target
Development (25%) *conducts action research June to March
5% Conducted one action research 3 3 5.000 0.250 3 3 5.000 0.250
2016
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*participate in activities such as June to March Participated 2 professional
5%
organization among teachers 100 100 5.000 0.250 100 100 5.000 0.250
teachers’ association 2016
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*produce publication /creative work for June to March 75% produced publication / creative
5% 90 90 5.000 0.250 90 90 5.000 0.250
school paper 2016 work for school paper
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
*receive special awards/citation or June to March Received special awards/recognition
5% 75 75 5.000 0.250 75 75 5.000 0.250
recognition for exemplary performance 2016 for exemplary performance.
100 100
Actual Target Actual Target
* have attended at least 3 seminars for Attended at least 3 seminars and
50 75 3.333 0.167 75 75 5.000 0.250
personal and professional advancement June to March professional advancement or any plus
5%
or any plus factor related to professional 2016 factor related to professional 67 100
development development.
Total KRA 4 23.333 1.167 Total KRA 4 25.000 1.250
OVERALL RATING FOR
MID-YEAR FINAL
ACCOMPLISHMENTS PERFORMANCE 86.100 4.305 PERFORMANCE 95.000 4.750
*To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the weight assigned (KRA1+KRA2+KRA3+KRA4)
DESCRIPTIVE RATING VERY SATISFACTORY OUTSTANDING

Rater Ratee Approving Authority

Designed by: PABLO E. OFTANA, JR.

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