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Republic of the Philippines

INDIVIDUAL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IPDP)

Name: IMELDA B. DOSONO District/School: BANGUED/ BANGUED WEST CENTRAL SCHOOL


Position: PRINCIPAL II Date Plan Developed: JULY 18, 2017

POTENTIAL AREAS PERFORMANCE GOAL or METHOD/ ACTIVITY RESOURCES TIMELINE EXPECTED ACTUAL SUCCESS INDICATORS
TO DEVELOP TARGET COMPETENCY to ACHIEVE GOAL NEEDED RESULTS
/EXPLORE/ ENHANCE (Human/Non-Human)
(KNOWLEDGE)
Curriculum  Development of a  Introduce and  PSDS August 2017 to Increased pupils’ CI Project I-  Reading program
Enhancement doable and effective implement the  District Action March 2018 reading ability level CARE(Intensifying developed and
reading program as an school reading Officer Children’s Awareness of implemented
intervention to raise program  School Head Reading for Excellence
the reading ability level  Resource through SLRC Utilization)
of pupils Speakers was conceptualized and
piloted to grade III poor
readers

 Provision of technical  Conduct school July 2017 – Better teaching  Has conducted 25
assistance to the LAC sessions February 2018 performance level of SLACS on ELLN ,
teachers for better  Conduct school- teachers is achieved Reading program/
teaching-learning based in-service October 23-27, intervention plan, and
outcomes training 2017 IPCRF development  23 SLAC sessions on
 ! School-based INSET ELLN conducted
was conducted on  1 school-based
October 24-28 & 30, training conducted
2018

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 More teachers got


Outstanding IPCRF
ratings
(SKILL) .
Data management  Systematic record  Devise and make  ICT Coordinator May 2017 –  File organizers Purchased file organizers;  Reports,
keeping and filing use of file  BEIS Coordinator December 2017 purchased and Pertinent school communication, and
organizers  School Head utilized for record documents and reports pertinent documents
 Utility Worker neatly arranged and
keeping were arranged and piled
piled
neatly

Submitted all required


report on time
Time management June 2017 to  Required Reports
 Prioritizing and  Keep and follow a  School personnel March 2018  Reminder board promptly submitted
Has attended all required
practical scheduling of planner and  PSDS updated
functions, appointments,
activities reminder notebook  Significant others meetings, etc.
 LAC Session on (family members  All appointments
 Personal Has prepared, submitted
and friends) attended /responded
Time management and implemented one (1) to
planner/
concerns Activity request
organized
provided and
updated
 Activity request
prepared,
submitted and
approved

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(ATTITUDE) Has conducted capability


Stress Tolerance Stress management  Peer Counseling  School Head and August 2017-  Capability building activities and  Rapport with staff and
her fellows March 2018 building and social functions with staff authorities improved
 PSDS socialization
 Teachers among the staff Has attended recollection
 Spiritual conducted once and regularly  Better personal
Recollection  Recollection December 2017 attended holy masses disposition manifested
Master  Spiritual
recollection done

CERTIFICATION AND COMMITMENT

This is to certify that my competency assessment and development plan has been discussed with me by my Employee Name and Signature/Date
immediate superior. I further commit that I will exert time and effort to ensure that my individual Development Plan is
achieved according to agreed time frame. (SGD.) IMELDA B. DOSONO July 18, 2017
Principal II
This is to certify that I have objectively completed the competency assessment of my staff. Furthermore, I commit to Head of Office Name and Signature/Date
support and ensure that this agreed Individual Development Plan of my staff is achieved according to the agreed
times. (SGD.) AMADOR D. GARCIA, SR., Ph.D. ____________
OIC Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
I commit to support and ensure that this agreed Individual Development Plan is achieved to the agreed time frames. Head of Office Name and Signature/Date
(SGD.) IRENE S. ANGWAY _____________
OIC Schools Division Superintendent

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OFFICE PERFORMANCE COMMITMENT AND REVIEW FORM

NAME OF EMPLOYEE: IMELDA B. DOSONO NAME OF RATER: AMADOR D. GARCIA, Ph.D.


POSITION: PRINCIPAL II POSITION: ACTING ASST. SCHOOLS DIVISION SUPERINTENDENT
OFFICE/DIVISION: BANGUED WEST CENTRAL SCHOOL/ABRA DATE OF REVIEW: APRIL 13,2018

MFO KRA OBJECTIVES TIMELINE WEIGHT PERFORMANCE INDICATORS ACTUAL RESULT RATING SCORE

AVE
QUALITY EFFICIENCY TIMELINESS Q E T
Instructional  Improved June 2017- 5- increased NAT  Has improved
Leadership Diagnostic Test March 2018 10% MPS from 55.38 Diagnostic Test
MPS from 55.38% to 58.15 MPS from 40.22%
to 58.15% in the 4 – increased NAT to 68.08% in the 5 5
GENERAL Achievement Test MPS from 55.38 Achievement Test 0.50
EDUCATION by March 2018 to 57.61 by March 2018
SERVICES 3- increased NAT (27.86% increase)
MPS from 55.38
to 57.05
2- increased NAT
MPS from 55.38 to
56.49
1-Increased NAT MPS
from 55.38 to 55.93

 Decreased the June 2017- 10% 5 - 75 out of 105 5-90% and below 5- SBFP was  56 0ut 0f 116 5 5 5 5 0.50
number of wasted March 2018 Undernourished the allotted started on the undernourished
and severely pupils improved in budget was first week of pupils improved in
wasted pupils their nutritional spent September, 2017 their nutritional
from 105 to at status 4- 91-93% of 4 – SBFP was status
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least 30 pupils 4 – 65-74 out of 105 the allotted started after (16 SW trimmed
through the Undernourished budget was September 15, down to 7SW; 100
school-based pupils improved in spent 2017 Wasted down to
feeding program their nutritional 3 – 95-96% of 3 - SBFP was 53 W)
by March 2018 status the allotted started on the  SBFP was
3 – 55-64 out of 105 budget was first week of launched on
Undernourished spent October 2017 August 18, 2017
pupils improved 2 – 97-99% of 2 - SBFP was with a program
in their nutritional the allotted started before  SBFP is
status budget was October 15, sponsored by K-
2 – 40-54 out of 105 spent 2017 Servico (JVR
undernourished pupils 1-- 100% of the 1 - SBFP was Foundation, Inc.)
improved in their allotted budget started after
nutritional status was spent October 15,
1 - 39 or less out of 2017
109 undernourished
pupils improved in
their nutritional status

 Decreased the June 2017- 5% 5 – there is 20% 5- 60% and 5- implementation There was 56% 5 4 4 4.33 0.22
number of pupils March 2018 and above below of the school decrease in the
under the decrease in the the allotted reading program number of pupils
frustration level number of pupils budget for started before under the
by 20% through under the the production September 15, Frustration Level
implementation of Frustration Level of reading 2017 (644 pupils under
school reading 4 - there is 16%- materials was 4- implementation the Frustration level
program and 19% and above spent of the school in the Phil-IRI
development of 80 decrease in the 4 – 70-79% of reading program Pretest decreased
contextualized number of pupils the allotted started before to 361 pupils under
remedial reading under the budget for September 30, Frustration level in
materials by Frustration Level the production 2017 the Posttest)
March 2018 3 - there is 11% - of reading 3– implementation

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15% decrease in materials was of the school  The


the number of spent reading program implementation of
pupils under the 3 – 80-89% of started before the school reading
Frustration Level the allotted October 15, program started
2 - there is 6% - budget for 2017 on the second
10% decrease in the 2– implementation week of
the number of production of of the school September 2017
pupils under the reading reading
Frustration Level materials was program started
1 - there is 5% and spent before October
above decrease 2 –90-99% of 30, 2017
in the number of the allotted 1– implementation
pupils under the budget for of the school
Frustration Level the production reading
of reading program started
materials was in November
spent 30, 2017
1- 100% of the
allotted budget
for the
production of
reading
materials was
spent

 Improved the June 2017- 10% 5 – Has observed 5 5- formal class  Has formally 5 5 5 5 0.50
teaching and March 2018 or more observation observed 5-7
learning process teachers monthly was initially teachers monthly
through 4 – Has observed 4 done in July from June 2017 to
conducting formal teachers monthly 2017 March 2018
classroom 3 – Has observed 3 4 - formal class
teachers monthly Observation

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observation of six 2 -– Has observed 2 was initially


teachers monthly teachers monthly done in before
1 - Has observed 1- August 15,
teacher monthly 2017
3 - formal class
Observation
was initially
done before
August 30, 2017
2 - formal class
Observation
was initially
done in the first
week of
September
2017
1 - formal class
observation
was initially
done after
September 15,
2017

Maintained zero dropout June 2017- 10% 5 –maintained zero Indicators:  6 out of 1256 3 4 3.5 0.35
rate through home March 2018 dropout rate  home pupils dropped out
visitations, pupil 4 - had dropout visitations were due to transfer of
counselling, and Rate of 0.05% or conducted as residence and
conferences with parents lower need arose illness.
by March 2018 3 -had dropout  pupil  Has conducted
rate of 0.06 -0.08% counselling home visitation,
2 – reduced dropout was carried out pupil counselling,
rate of 0.09-1.0% regularly conference with

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1 – had dropout rate of  conference parents as the


more than 1.0% with concerned need arose
parents  All indicators were
conducted at attained
least quarterly
 pupil difficulty
responded
regularly
 pupil
attendance
improved
gradually
Ratings:
5- all indicators
are attained
4 – 4 indicators
are attained
3 - 3 indicators
are
attained
2 -2 indicators are
attained
1-1 indicator is
attained
Learning  Provided safe and June 2017- 5- zero to-2 cases
Environment child-friendly March 2018 5% of bullying  School Child 4 4 0.20
school recorded and Protection Policy
environment for acted upon is in force
pupils/learners 4- 3-5 cases of  Four cases of
through bullying recorded bullying recorded
institutionalizing and acted upon and acted upon
child protection 3 – 1-2 cases of

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mechanisms and bullying recorded in the school


processes per but not acted level
DepEd Order No. upon  Recognized as
40,s. 2012 and 2 – 3-5 cases of Child Protection
R.A. # 10627 or bullying recorded Specialist as per
Anti-Bullying Act but not acted DepEd Memo
of 2013. upon No. 011 s. 2018
1 – cases of
bullying are not
recorded nor
acted upon

 Improved the June 2017- 5% 5- 85%-90% of the 5-84% and below 5 – 20 - 25  28 classes started 5 4 5 4.67 0.23
school ground and March 2018 existing big trees the allotted classes started and maintained
premises through in the campus budget was their project their adopted tree
the was converted to spent implementation park/garden
implementation of a tree garden and 4 –85-89% of in July 2017  86% of the allotted
“Adopt-a-Tree” proper waste the allotted 4 – 15-19 classes budget was spent
and “Be Waste segregation and budget was started their (HR PTA Fund)
Conscious disposal spent project  Was awarded as
Students”(BWCS) practiced 3– 90-94% of the implementation 2017 Brigada
projects 4- 75%-84% of the allotted budget in August Eskwela Best
existing big trees was spent 2017 Implementer in the
in the campus 2 – 95-99% of 3– 10-14 classes Division Level and
was converted the allotted started their as Regional
into a tree garden budget was project Finalist
and proper waste spent implementation
segregation and 1-100% of the in September
disposal practiced allotted budget 2017
3 – 65%-74% of the was spent 2 – 5-9 classes
existing big trees started their
in the campus project

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was converted implementation


into a tree garden, in October
proper waste 2017
disposal observed 1 – 1-4 classes
but waste started their
segregation not project
practiced implementation
2 – 55% -64% of in November
the existing big 2017
trees in the
campus was
converted into a
tree garden,
proper waste
management not
practiced
1-55% and below of
the existing big trees
in the campus was
converted into a
tree garden, proper
waste management
not practiced

 Improved water June – 10% 5- All targeted 5- 84% and 5 – all targeted  Additional drinking 5 4 4 4.33 0.433
and sanitation and December activities were below the projects are fountain was put
hygiene facilities 2018 accomplished allotted carried out up by MBWD
through repair of 4 – Four of the budget was within June  All existing
existing pupils’ targeted activities spent 2017 – comfort rooms
comfort rooms were 4 – 85-89% of February 2018 were repaired
and construction accomplished the allotted 4 – 4 targeted  Five classrooms
of additional budget was projects are put up class CRs

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comfort rooms, 3- Three of the spent carried out  One septic tank
replacement of targeted activities 3 – 90-94& of the within June shared by the two
broken water were accomplished allotted 2017– Grade 4 classes
pipes and faucets 2- Two of the budget was February 2018 was constructed
targeted activities spent 3 – 3 targeted  Water supply was
were not carried 2 – 95-99% of projects are functional
out the allotted carried out  Four of the
1- One of the budget was within June targeted activities
targeted activities spent 2017– were
was carried out 1-100% of the February 2018 accomplished
allotted budget 2 – 2 targeted
was spent projects are
carried out
within June
2017-
February 2018
1 – one targeted
project is
carried out
within June
2017- February
2018

 Maintained a 10% Indicators: 5- 84% and 5-The structuring Has maintained a 5 4 5 4.67 0.47
functional school  SLRC contains below the of the SLRC was Functional SLRC
learning resource teacher-made allotted done from June to The SLRC was
center instructional budget was September 2017 adjudged SECOND
materials in all spent 4- The structuring PLACE in the
subjects from 4 – 85-89% of of the SLRC was Division Search for
Kinder to Grade VI the allotted done from June to Most Functional
levels budget was October 2017 SLRC 2017
spent

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 SLRC maintains a 3 – 90-94& of the 3- The structuring The restructuring of


logbook of users/ allotted of the SLRC was the SLRC was done
researchers budget was done from June to from July to
 SLRC materials spent November 2017 September 2017
are updated from 2 – 95-99% of 2- The structuring and subject corner
time to time the allotted of the SLRC was contents were
 SLRC maintains budget was done from June to updated quarterly
adequate space spent December 2017
and proper 1-100% of the 1- The
ventilation allotted budget structuring of the
conducive for was spent SLRC was done
learning from August 2016
 SLRC materials to January 2018
are well-arranged
and sorted out
according to grade
level needs

Ratings:
5- all indicators
are attained
4 – 4 indicators
are attained
3 - 3 indicators are
attained
2 -2 indicators are
attained
1-2 indicator is
attained

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Human  Improved June 2017- 3% 5- 15 or more LAC 5- 84% and 5- 4 LAC sessions One (1) INSET and 5 5 5 5 0.15
Resource personnel skills March 2018 sessions and 1 below the monthly during 13 ELLN LAC
Management and instructional INSET were was spent the first sessions, IPCRF
and competence conducted 4 –85-89% of semester and 2 Orientation were
Development through the 4– 12-14 LAC the allotted INSETs conducted from July
conduct of 15 LAC sessions and1 budget was conducted until 2-17 to February
sessions and two INSET were spent February 2017 2018
in-service conducted 3 – 90-94& of the 4 – 3 LAC session
trainings, and 3– 9-11LAC sessions allotted monthly during
providing and 1 INSET were budget was the first
technical conducted spent semester and 2
assistance relative 2- 6-8LAC sessions 2 –95-99% of INSETs
to classroom and 1 INSET were the allotted conducted
management conducted budget was until February
1 – 5 and below LAC spent 2017
sessions 1- 100% of the 3– 2 LAC
and 1 INSET were allotted budget sessions
conducted was spent and 2 INSETs
conducted from
June 2016 to
February 2017
2- 1 LAC sessions
and 1 INSET
conducted
from June 2016
to February 2017
1 – 2 LAC
sessions and 1
INSET were
conducted from
June 2016 to

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February 2017

 Guided teachers August 2% 5 - teachers 5-84% and below 5-Teachers  Guided teachers 5 4 5 4.67 0.09
in the 2017- developed at least the allotted developed at in improving/
development of at February 40 assorted learning budget was least 40 revising their
least one learning 2018 resources spent assorted submitted
resource such as 4 - teachers 4 – 85-89% of learning workbooks after
charts, flash developed at least the allotted resources within the Division
cards, tarp charts, 35-39 assorted budget was the first evaluation by
modules, SIM, learning resources spent semester LRMDS
improvised 3– 90-94% of 4 – Teachers  Was recognized
learning devices 3- teachers the allotted developed at least as a Regional LR
for Kindergarten developed at least budget was 35 assorted Evaluator and
to Grade VI levels 30-34 assorted spent learning resources Potential National
as appropriate learning resources 2 – 95-99% of within the first LR Evaluator
2 - teachers the allotted semester  Guided teachers
developed at least budget was 3- Teachers in the
25-29 assorted spent developed at development of
learning resources 1-- 100% of the least 30 various charts,
1 - teachers allotted budget assorted modules, SIM, and
developed at least was spent learning improvised LMs
24 and below resources by - 87% of the allotted
assorted learning March 2018 budget was spent
resources 2 - Teachers
developed at least
25 assorted
learning resources
by March 2018
1 - Teachers
developed at least
20 and below
assorted learning

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resources by
March 2018

 Sent/allowed June 2017- 3% 5 – 15 out of 38 5- 84% and All the 38 teachers 5 5 5 0.15
teachers to attend March teachers attended below were sent to
trainings/seminar- 201778 seminars, training- the allotted different trainings in
workshops in any workshops in the budget for the school, district,
level as required district, division, trainings was regional, national
regional, and spent levels
national levels 4 – 85-89% of
4- 10 out of 38 the allotted  100% budget for
teachers attended budget for trainings of
seminars, training- trainings was teachers was
workshops in the spent spent.
district, division, 3 – 90-94& of the
regional, and national allotted
level budget for
3 - 8 out of 38 trainings was
teachers attended spent
seminars, training- 2 – 95-99% of
workshops in the the allotted
district, division, budget for
regional, and trainings was
national level spent
2 – 6 out of 38 1-100% of the
teachers attended allotted budget
seminars, training- for trainings
workshops in the was spent
district, division,
regional, and
national level

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1 – 4 and below out of


38 teachers attended
Seminars, training-
workshops in the
district, division,
regional, and
national level

 Provided technical August 2% 5 – All teaching and 5– IPCRF/  Assisted the 5 5 5 0.10
assistance to 2017-March non-teaching OPCRF teachers in the
teachers and 2018 personnel prepared prepared for preparation of the
administrative their IPCRF for review review and IPCRF through a
aide in the and evaluation evaluation LAC session on
preparation of 4– 2 personnel did not within the first the third week of
their IPCRF and prepare their IPCRF two weeks of October 2017
evaluated their for review and October 2017  Has evaluated
performance evaluation 4 – IPCRF/ the IPCRF of the
through the RPMS 3 – 4 personnel did OPCRF 3 Master
cycle not prepare their prepared for Teachers in
IPCRF for review review and school
and evaluation evaluation on
2 -6 personnel did not the last two
prepare their IPCRF weeks of
for review and October 2017
evaluation 3 – IPCRF/
1 – 8 or more OPCRF
personnel did not prepared for
prepare their IPCRF review and
for review and evaluation on
evaluation the first 2
weeks of

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November 2017
2– IPCRF/
OPCRF
prepared for
review and
evaluation on
the last 2
weeks of
November
2017
1 – IPCRF/
OPCRF
prepared for
review and
evaluation on
the first 2
weeks of
December
2017

Parents’  Improved June 2017- 3% 5– 86% to 90%  Improved 5 5 0.15


Involvement stakeholders’ March 2018 among the PTA stakeholders’
and participation in members participation in
Community meetings from attended meetings and
Partnership 65% to 90% school PTA assemblies by
through the meetings, 88%
conduct of two assemblies, and  88% of the PTA
general complied with members attended
assemblies and work PTA conferences
four PTA assignment/ and assemblies
conferences by schedule
March 2017

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4 – 81% to 85 %
among the PTA
members attended
school PTA
meetings,
assemblies, and
complied with work
assignment/
schedule
3 - 76% to 80%
among the PTA
members attended
school PTA
meetings,
assemblies, and
complied with work
assignment/
schedule
2 - 71% to 75%
among the PTA
members attended
school PTA
meetings,
assemblies, and
complied with work
assignment/
schedule
1 - 70% and below
among the PTA
members attended
school PTA
meetings,

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assemblies, and
complied with work
assignment/
schedule

 Encouraged PTA August 4% 5– has raised 5– 97%-100% of 5-PTA fund is fully  PTA raised 5 5 5 5 0.20
to support 2017-March Php61,000 to the raised liquidated until P275,956 from
programs and 2018 Php70,000 amount is the second Popularity Contest
projects relative to through PTA-led utilized for week of March and P42,850 from
school income generating PTA-led school 2017 Membership fee
improvement and project project  PTA purchased
pupil development 4 - has raised 4 - 93%-96% of 4- -PTA fund is one set of sound
through initiating Php51,000 to the raised fully liquidated system worth
income generating Php60,000 amount is until the third P33,100 from PTA
projects. through PTA-led utilized for week of March membership fee
income PTA-led 2018  Roofing of the
generating school project 3- PTA fund is school stage was
project 3 -89%-– 92%- fully liquidated accomplished
3- has raised of the raised until the last week
Php41,000 to amount is of March 2018
Php50,000 utilized for 2-PTA fund is fully
through PTA-led PTA-led liquidated until the
income school project first week of April
generating 2 – 85%-88% of 2018
project the raised 1-PTA fund is fully
2 - has raised amount is liquidated until the
Php31,000 to utilized for second week of
Php40,000 PTA-led April 2018
through PTA-led school project
income 1– 84% and
generating below of the
project raised amount

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1 - has raised is utilized for


Php51,000 and PTA- led
below through school project
PTA-led income
generating project

 Established linkages August 3% 5– 5 request letters, - 5 request letters, Forwarded request 5 5 5 0.15
with private companies 2017-March resolutions, resolutions, letter to K-Servico
and other government 2018 memorandum of memorandum for SBFP
agencies for the agreement with of agreement sponsorship
implementation of partner agencies with partner Has signed MOA
school programs and forwarded/signed agencies with K-Servico/ JVR
projects through request 4- 4 request letters, forwarded/ Foundation, Inc. for
letters, resolutions, and resolutions, signed and 2 S.Y. 2017-2018
memorandum of memorandum of specified Has forwarded PTA
agreement (MOA) with agreement with programs/ resolution for the
partner agencies partner agencies projects construction of a
forwarded/signed implemented gymnasium
3 -3 request letters, by March 2018 addressed toHon.
resolutions, 4 - 4 request Gov. Ma. Jocelyn
memorandum of letters, Valera-Bernos
agreement with resolutions,
partner agencies memorandum
forwarded/signed of agreement
2 – 2 request letters, with partner
resolutions, agencies
memorandum of forwarded/
agreement with signed and 1
partner agencies specified
forwarded/signed program/
1 -1 request letters, project
resolutions, implemented

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memorandum of by March 2018


agreement with 3- 3 request
partner agencies letters,
forwarded/signed resolutions,
memorandum
of agreement
with partner
agencies
forwarded/
signed and one
specified
project/
program
partially
implemented by
March 2018
2 – 2 request
letters,
resolutions,
memorandum
of agreement
with partner
agencies
forwarded/
signed and one
specified
program/project
partially
implemented by
March 2018
1 -2 request
letters,

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resolutions,
memorandum
of agreement
with partner
agencies
forwarded/
signed but no
project/
program
is implemented
by March 2018
School  performed school June 2017- 10% Indicators; 5 – all indicated  Has maintained an 4 4 4 0.40
Leadership, leadership March 2018  Liquidated school reports are MOOE
Management operations cash advances on prepared and Transparency
and functions a monthly basis submitted 2 Board
Operations  Maintained an up- days before  Failed to submit
to-date MOOE the due date liquidation report
Transparency 4 – 4 indicated on the due date
Board reports are  Has crafted and
 Maintained an prepared and implemented AIP
updated school submitted 1  Has updated
information system day before encoding of BOSY
 Updated encoding the due date and EOSY data,
of BOSY and 3 – 3 indicated LIS and BEIS data
EOSY data reports are  Has resolved
 Updated LIS data prepared an conflicts in the
 Updated and submitted on school level
analysed BEIS the due date
data 2 – 3 indicated
 SIP/AIP crafted reports are
and implemented prepared and
submitted 1-3

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 Resolved conflicts days after the


in the school level due date
Ratings: 1 – all indicated
5- all indicators reports are
are attained prepared and
4 – 6 indicators submitted one
are attained week after the
3 - 4 indicators are due date
attained
2 -2 indicators are
attained
1- 1 indicator is
attained
TOTAL 4.79
DESCRIPTIVE RATING: OUTSTANDING

NAME OF RATEE: (SGD.) IMELDA B. DOSONO NAME OF RATER: (SGD.) AMADOR D. GARCIA, Ph.D.
Principal II Acting Asst. Schools Division Superintendent

APPROVED: (SGD.) IRENE S. ANGWAY


OIC- Schools Division Superintendent

EDUC 305 SECOND SEMESTER 2017-2018 IMELDA B. DOSONO