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Position and Competency Profile PCP No.

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Department of Education
Position Title Teacher I Salary Grade 11
Parenthetical Title NELIA A. SUICO
Office Unit Laureta National High School Effectivity Date 18-Jun-13
Reports to RODELLO B. CARTAGENA, MAEd-AS Page/s
Position Supervised School Principal I

JOB SUMMARY
Performs regular teaching load in the assigned grade level; uses appropriate and innovative teaching strategies; updates and evaluates students' improvement/progress in
relation to the school records and activities; supports government and non-government organizations and maintains harmonious relationship within the organization
and community/ stakholders.

QUALIFICATION STANDARDS
A. CSC Prescribed Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in Filipino
Experience 20 years and 2 months of relative experience
Eligibility Professional Board Examination for Teachers (PBET)
Trainings Regional K to 12 Training on May, 2015
B. Preferred Qualifications
Education Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in Filipino
Experience 20years and 2 months of relative experience
Eligibility Professional Board Examination for Teachers (PBET)
Trainings Regional K to 12 Training on May, 2015

Submitted by:
NELIA A. SUICO
Teacher I
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XI
Division of Tagum City
LAURETA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
San Miguel, Tagum City

Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF)


I, NELIA A. SUICO, Teacher I of LAURETA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, do hereby commit to deliver and agree to be rated on the attainment of the following targets in accordance with the
indicated measures for the period JUNE, 2015 to MARCH, 2016.

Name of Employee: NELIA A. SUICO Name of Rater: RODELLO B. CARTAGENA, MAED-AS


Position: Teacher I Position: Principal I
Review Period: June 2015- March 2016 Date of Review: March, 2016
School/Division: Laureta National High School/ Tagum City

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED IN DURING EVALUATION

Weight PERFORMANCE INDICATORS RATING


MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE ACTUAL RESULTS SCORE
per KRA (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) Q E T Average
1. TEACHING- 180 prepared lesson/ log
LEARNING 180 prepared lesson/ log plans
plans and submitted with 2
PROCESSS 1.1 Prepared lesson/ log plans June to and submitted without lapses
15% lapses 1 day after the 3 3 4 3.33 0.50
40% of classroom activities. March every Monday within a school
scheduled time within a school
year
year

1.2 Facilitated teaching- 3 varied teaching strategies 4 varied teaching strategies


learning process using June to utilized with ICT integration utilized with ICT integration
15% 5 3 3 3.67 0.55
appropriate teaching strategies March without lapses at the end of the with 2 lapses at the end of the
with ICT integration quarter quarter
40%

Weight PERFORMANCE INDICATORS RATING


MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE ACTUAL RESULTS SCORE
per KRA (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) Q E T Average

1.3 Integrated school policies/


procedures in the lesson plans
including: 1.3.1
2 School policies/ procedures 4 School policies/ procedures
Waste Management 1.3.2
June to integrated in the lesson plan integrated in the lesson plan
Anti-Bullying Law 1.3.3 No 10% 5 3 4 4.00 0.40
March without lapses at the end of the with 2 lapses 1 week before
Smoking 1.3.4 Rights
quarter the end of the quarter
of the Child/ Child Protection
Policy 1.3.5 Drug
Abuse Prevention

2.1 Taught and attained the 100% of the required learning 90% of the required learning
required learning June to competencies taught and attained competencies taught and
10% 3 3 4 3.33 0.333
competencies in Filipino 7 and March without lapses at the end of the attained with 2 lapses, 1 week
Filipino 10 quarter before the end of the quarter

Basic
Education 2. STUDENTS' 2.2 Evaluated outputs/ 3 outputs/ projects/ performance 5 outputs/ projects/
Services LEARNING projects/performance tasks of June to tasks of students evaluated performance tasks of students
OUTCOME 10% 5 4 3 4.00 0.40
students in Filipino 7 and March without lapses at the end of the evaluated with 1 lapse at the
30% Filipino 10 quarter end of the quarter

98% of the students in Filipino


100% of the students in Filipino 7
7 and Filipino 10 promoted to
2.3 Promoted the students to June to and Filipino 10 promoted to the
10% the next grade level without 4 5 4.50 0.45
the next level March next grade level without complain
complain at the end of the
at the end of the school year
school year

3 seminars/ trainings-workshops 6 seminars/ trainings-


3.1 Participated in various
June to and competitions participated workshops and competitions
seminars/ trainings-workshops 15% 5 4 4.5 0.675
March without lapses within the school participated with 1 lapse within
and competitions
year the school year
3. PROFESSIONAL
GROWTH &
DEVELOPMENT 20 faculty meetings/
25% 20 faculty meetings/ conferences conferences attended in the
3.2 Attended Faculty Meetings/
June to attended in the school without school without lapses and
conferences called by the 10% 3 5 4 4.00 0.40
March lapses and arrive to the venue on arrive to the venue 5 minutes
School Principal
time within the school year before the time within the
school year
Weight PERFORMANCE INDICATORS RATING
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE ACTUAL RESULTS SCORE
per KRA (Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) Q E T Average

Participated in school and


4. SCHOOL, HOME 3 School and community 6 School and community
community activities/ projects
and COMMUNITY June to activities/ projects participated activities/ projects participated
sponsored by LGU/DepEd and 5% 5 5 5.00 0.25
INVOLVEMENT March without lapses within the school without lapses within the
Non- Government
5% year school year
Organizations.

*To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the wieght assigned OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS VS 3.96

Rater Ratee Approving Authority

RODELLO B. CARTAGENA, MAED NELIA A. SUICO EDGAR V. SANGALANG, Ed. D.


Principal I Teacher I Public School District Supervisor
Republic of the Philippines
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Region XI
Division of Tagum City
LAURETA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
San Miguel, Tagum City

Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF)


I, NELIA A. SUICO, Teacher I of LAURETA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL, do hereby commit to deliver and agree to be rated on the attainment of the following targets in accordance with the
indicated measures for the period of JUNE, 2016 to APRIL, 2017.

Name of Employee: NELIA A. SUICO Name of Rater: RODELLO B. CARTAGENA, MAED


Position: Secondary School Teacher I
Position: Secondary School Principal I
Review Period: June 2016- April 2017 Date of Review: April, 2017
School/Division: Laureta National High School/ Tagum City

TO BE FILLED IN DURING PLANNING TO BE FILLED IN DURING EVALUATION

Weight PERFORMANCE
MFOs KRAs OBJECTIVES TIMELINE ACTUAL RESULTS RATING
per KRA INDICATORS
SCORE
SCORING STANDARDS
(Quality, Efficiency, Timeliness) Q E T Average
QUANTITY EFFICIENCY TIMELINESS

1. TEACHING- 180 prepared daily lesson log per subject and submitted with 2 lapses and
5 3 5 4.33 0.649
LEARNING submitted on time every Monday at 8:00 a.m.
PROCESS
35% 180 and more daily on targeted time every
5 lesson log prepared per with no lapses Monday at 8:00 a.m.
Basic subject
Education
Services 170 daily lesson log I hr. after the targeted
1.1 Prepared daily 180 prepared daily lesson 4 prepared per subject with 1 lapse time
lesson log of log and submitted per
classroom activities June to 15% subject without lapses and
within the school April submitted on time every 3 160 daily lesson log 4 hrs. after the
prepared per subject with 2 lapses targeted time
year. Monday at 8:00 a.m.

2 150 daily lesson log 6 hrs. after the


with 3 lapses
prepared per subject targeted time

140 and belowdaily 8 hrs. after the


1 lesson log prepared per with 4 or more lapses targeted time
subject
1.2 Facilitated 4 varied teaching strategies utilized with ICT integration with 2 lapses in
teaching-learning every quarter
4 3 5 4.00 0.600
process using
appropriate 5 teaching strategues
teaching strategies 5 with ICT integration with no lapses
with ICT integration

4 teaching strategues
3 varied teaching strategies 4 with ICT integration with 1 lapse
June to 15% utilized with ICT
April integration without lapses
3 teaching strategues in every quarter
in everyquarterly 3 with ICT integration with 2 lapses

2 2 teaching strategues with 3 lapses


with ICT integration

1 teaching strategues
1 with ICT integration with 4 or more lapses

3 School policies/ procedures integrated in the lesson plan with 2 lapses in


every quarter
3 3 5 3.66 0.183

5 school policies/
5 procedures integrated with no lapses
1.3 Integrated in the lesson
school policies/
procedures in the
lesson plans 4 school policies/
including: 4 procedures integrated with 1 lapse
1.3.1 3 School policies/
in the lesson
Waste Management June to procedures integrated in
1.3.2 Anti- 5%
April the lesson plan without 3 school policies/
Bullying Law lapses in every quarter
1.3.4 Rights of 3 procedures integrated with 2 lapses in every quarter
the Child/ Child in the lesson
Protection Policy
1.3.5 2 school policies/
Drug Abuse 2 procedures integrated with 3 lapses
Prevention in the lesson

1 school policies/
1 procedures integrated with 4 or more lapses
in the lesson

2.1 Taught and June to 10% 90% of the required 90% of the required learning competencies taught and attained with 2 lapses
2. STUDENTS' attained the April learning competencies at the end of the quarter 4 3 5 4.00 0.400
LEARNING required learning taught and attained
OUTCOME competencies in without lapses at the end 100% required learning
30% Filipino 7 and of the quarter 5 competencies taught with no lapses
Filipino 10 and attained

95-99% required
4 learning competencies with 1 lapse
taught and attained
90-94% required at the end of the
3 learning competencies with 2 lapses quarter
taught and attained

85-89% required
2 learning competencies with 3 lapses
taught and attained

84% and below


1 required learning with 4 or more lapses
competencies taught
and attained
2.2 Evaluated June to 10% 5 outputs/ projects/ 7 outputs/ projects/ performance tasks of students evaluated with 1 lapse at
outputs/ projects/ April performance tasks of the end of the quarter
4 4 5 4.33 0.433
performance tasks students evaluated
of students in without lapses at the end 8 or more outputs/
Filipino 7 and of the quarter 5 projects/ performance with no lapses
Filipino 10 tasks evaluated

6-7 outputs/ projects/


4 performance tasks with 1 lapse
evaluated

5 outputs/ projects/
3 performance tasks with 2 lapses at the end of the
evaluated quarter

3-4 outputs/ projects/


2 performance tasks with 3 lapses
evaluated

1-2 outputs/ projects/


1 performance tasks with 4 or more lapses
evaluated

98% of the students in Filipino 7 and Filipino 10 promoted to the next grade
level without complaint at the end of the school year
4 5 5 4.66 0.466

100% of the students


5 promoted to the next with no complaints
grade level

96-99% of the students


4 promoted to the next with 1 complaint
100% of the students in grade level
2.3 Promoted the Filipino 7 and Filipino 10
June to 10% promoted to the next
students to the next April grade level without 90-95% of the students
level at the end of the
complain at the end of the 3 promoted to the next with 2 complaints school year
school year grade level

86-89% of the students


2 promoted to the next with 3 complaints
grade level
85 and below% of the with 4 or more
1 students promoted to complaints
the next grade level

3.
4 seminars/ trainings-workshops participated with 1 lapse within the school
PROFESSIONAL
year
4 4 5 4.33 0.433
GROWTH &
DEVELOPMENT
25%
5 seminars/ trainings-
5 workshops participated with no lapses

4 4 seminars/ trainings-
3.1 Participated in workshops participated with 1 lapse
5 seminars/ trainings-
various seminars/ June to workshops participated
trainings-workshops 10%
April without lapses within the
in school, division at the end of the
3 3
school year seminars/ trainings-
or regional level workshops participated with 2 lapses school year

2 2 seminars/ trainings-
workshops participated with 3 lapses

1 seminar/ training-
1 workshop with 4 or more lapses
participated

3.2 Participated in June to 10% 3 competitions 3 competitions participated in school, division, region or national level within
various March participated in school, the school year with 1 lapse at the end of the school year
3 4 5 4 0.400
competitions in division, region or national
5 5
school, division, level within the school competitions with no lapses
participated
regional or national year without lapses
level 4 competitions
4 participated with 1 lapse

3 competitions at the end of the


3 participated with 2 lapses
school year
2 competitions
2 participated with 3 lapses

1 competition
1 participated with 4 or more lapses

3.3 Attended June to 5% 20 faculty meetings/ 20 faculty meetings/ conferences attended in the school without lapses and on
Faculty Meetings/ March conferences attended in time within the school year
3 5 3 3.66 0.183
conferences called the school without lapses
by the School within the school year 26 or more faculty 10 minutes before the
Principal 5 meetings/ conferences with no lapses
attended scheduled time

21-25 faculty meetings/ 5 minutes before the


4 conferences attended with 1 lapse scheduled time
3 20-24 faculty meetings/
conferences attended with 2 lapses on time

16-19 faculty meeting/ 5 minutes after the


2 conferences attended with 3 lapses scheduled time

15 and below faculty 10 minutes after the


1 meeting/ conferences with 4 or more lapses scheduled time
attended

4 School and community activities/ projects participated without lapses within


the school year
4 5 5 4.66 0.233

5 school and
5 community activities/ with no lapses
projects participated

4.1 Participated in 4 school and


school and 4 community activities/ with 1 lapse
community 4 School and community projects participated
activities/ projects June to 5% activities/ projects
sponsored by March participated without lapses at the end of the
LGU/DepEd and within the school year 3 school and school year
Non- Government 3 community activities/ with 2 lapses
Organizations. projects participated

4. SCHOOL,
HOME and 2 school and
COMMUNITY 2 community activities/ with 3 lapses
INVOLVEMENT projects participated
10%
1 school and
1 community activity/ with 4 or more lapses
project participated

2 home visitation conducted in every quarter with 3 lapses 2 2 5 3.00 0.150


5 5 home visitations
with no lapses
4.2 Conducted conducted
home visitation to 4 4 home visitations
students poor in June to 2 home visitation with 1 lapse
5% conducted in every quarter conducted
attendance and March at the end of the
incurred habitual without lapses 3 3 home visitations
with 2 lapses
conducted quarter
tardiness
2 2 home visitations with 3 lapses
conducted
1 1 home visitations
conducted with 4 or more lapses

*To get the score, the rating is multiplied by the wieght assigned OVERALL RATING FOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS: 4.130

ADJECTIVAL RATING: VS
ADJECTIVAL RATING

RANGE ADJECTIVAL RATING


4.500-5.000 Outstanding
3.500- 4.499 Very Satisfactory
2.500- 3.499 Satisfactory
1.500-2.499 Unsatisfactory
Below 1.499 Poor

Approving Authority:
Rater: Ratee:

RODELLO B. CARTAGENA, MAED NELIA A. SUICO DR. GREGORIO F. ACEBEDO


School Principal I Secondary School Teacher III Public School District Supervisor