Division Memorandum No. 112 s. 2014

(Enclosure No. 1 to Division Memorandum No. 112 s. 2014))
TARLAC CITY SCHOOLS DIVISION
2014 Education Week Celebration
December 1-6, 2014
SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES
DATE/TIME/VENUE
DAY 1- December 1
(Monday)
6:30 a.m.-8:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m. -10:00 a.m.
ACTIVITIES/HIGHLIGHTS
LEAD PERSONS
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Run For Education (School Level & Division Office)
(Funds-Raising Activity for School Maintenance)
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Dr. Rosauro Perez
PSDSs, Heads of
Public/Private Elem.
Secondary Schools
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Community Clean-Up Drive (School Level
& Division Office) participated in by the Barangay & PTA
Officers, Pupil/Student Governments
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Simultaneous Flag Raising Ceremony & Opening
Program (School Level), Awarding of Certificates of
Recognition to Outstanding Teachers, Pupils/Students
Awarding of Certificates of Recognition to Stakeholders
& Partners of DepEd ( LGUs, NGOs, PTAs, Donors)
Mr. Reynaldo Tagama
PSDSs, Heads of
Public/Private Elementary
& Secondary Schools
YES-O (Youth for
Environment
Organizations)
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PSDSs, School
Heads
Reminder: Classes resume after the program
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.
(Tarlac West CES)
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Forum on Civil Service Rules & Regulations
GSIS Benefits to be participated in by EPSs, PSDSs,
School Heads, Officers of District Teachers Associations,
and Non-Teaching Officers
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Ms. Leonida C. Garcia
Mrs. Ma. Cristina Espiritu
Presidents of Teaching
& Non-Teaching
Organizations
DAY 2- December 2
(Tuesday)
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PASKO NA! Schools/District Offices will conduct an Early
Christmas Gift-Giving Activity. (Note: Beneficiaries should
be pupils/students from poor families) Toys, school
supplies, health kits, food items, books may be given as
gifts.
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District Supervisors
Elementary/Secondary
School Heads
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 nn.
1:00- 5:00 – p.m.
(TCSD Conference Hall)
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Demonstration-Teaching for Master Teacher II
Applicants
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Mrs. Aleta M. Aquino/OICASDS
All Principal III school
heads
DAY 3- December 3
(Wednesday)
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
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One-Day Bazaar (Agro-Industrial-Food-Products
Exhibits) at Sto. Cristo Integrated School
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Mr. Reynaldo Tagama
Mrs. Gloria Lugtu
Mr. Isagani Lopez
PSDSs
T.L.E. Consultants &
Leaders
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Music Festival (Solo, Duet Singing Contests, Folk
Dance, Social Dance, Kitchen Symphony) at Sto.
Cristo IS (Drum & Lyre) at Robinsons San Miguel, Tarlac
City
Research Colloquium
(L-Square Hotel)
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Dr. Rosauro Perez
MAPEH Consultants &
Leaders
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Mrs. Aiisa Corpuz (Chair)
Action Research
Consultants
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OIC-SDS
OIC-ASDS
OIC, Chief SGOD
EPSS/DCs/PSDSs
Unit Heads
Education Program
Supervisors I
District Supervisors
School Heads
Technical Work
Committees
DAY 4- December 4
(Thursday)
8:00 a.m. -5:00 p.m.
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DAY 5-December 5
(Friday)
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Division Office Early Christmas Gift-Giving Activity
DAY 6- December 6
(Saturday)
Don Bosco Technical
Institute
7:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
(Thanksgiving Mass)
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Thanksgiving Mass
Culminating Activity: Awarding Ceremonies
(DBTI Gym)
Awarding of DepEd Stakeholders/Community Partners
Awarding of Non-Teaching Personnel (Jubilarians)
Best Demonstration-Teaching( for MT-II Applicants)
Outstanding ALS/Mobile Teacher
Best Research Presenter
Best Bazaar (Agro-Industrial-Food-Products Exhibits)
Best Implementers of Institutionalized DepEd Programs
Outstanding Public/Private Elementary & Secondary School
Dancesports & Music Festival Champions
9:00 a.m. -3:00 p.m.
(Awarding Ceremonies)
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(Enclosure No. 2 to Division Memorandum No.112, s. 2014)
2014 EDUCATION WEEK CELEBRATION
December 1-6, 2014
ENGR. EDGARD C. DOMINGO, Ph. D., CESO VI
OIC- Schools Division Superintendent
Over-All Chairman
WILLIAM G. BACANI, Ph.D., OIC-ASDS (Designate)
Vice Chairman
TECHNICAL WORK COMMITTEES
1. Opening Program/Invitation/Stage
Chair: Mrs. Priscilla Belarmino
Members: All School Heads of Tarlac West
2. 2013 “Dancesport” Contest
Chair: Dr. Rosauro Perez
Mrs. Teresita Cajucum
Mrs.Janet Espiritu
9. Raffle Draw/Gifts:
Chair: Mrs. Ma. Cristina Espiritu
Mrs. Charlotte Ramos
Ms. Marjorie Pascua
10. Thanksgiving Mass:
Chair: Mrs. Carmen Calaguas
Mrs. Ma. Linda Cayabyab
Mrs. Ma. Flores Caparas
3. Plaques/Certificates
Chair: Mrs. Gloria S. Lugtu
Ms. Jasmine Apolto
Mr. Esmeraldo Lingat Jr.
11. Bazaar Exhibit:
Chair: Mr. Reynaldo Tagama
Mrs. Gloria Lugtu
Mr. Isagani Lopez
T.L.E. Consultants
4. Search for Outstanding Elementary/Secondary
School
Chair: OIC-ASDS
Education Program Supervisors I
District Supervisors
Division Planning Officer
5. Venue Reservation/Physical Facilities, Stage
Decoration, Security & Cleanliness
Chair: Mr. Reynaldo Tagama, Mr. Rodel Aragon
Mr. Renato Cabarios, Mr. Albert David
Mr. Rene Miclat, Mr. Benjamin Martinez
Mr. Romy Hipolito, Mr. Renz Oňate
Mr. Alvin Hulipas
6. Awards & Prizes:
Chair: Mrs. Armilinda Bartolome
Mr. Wilfredo Paras
Mrs. Corazon Samson/TCPEIA Officers
12. Documentation:
Chair: Mr. Emmanuel Victor Celis
Mr. Rowel Agustin
Mr. Marc Alvin Rufo
Ms. Maria Lourdes Mandapat
Mr. Esmeraldo Lingat Jr.
13. Budget & Finance:
Chair: Ms. Leonida Garcia
Mrs. Amy Gozum
Mrs. Ma. Victoria Abulencia
Mrs. Jeanette Mercado
7. Registration/Reception/Usherettes:
Chair: Mrs. Priscilla Belarmino
Mrs. Angelita Castro
Mr. Rene Miclat
8. Food & Refreshments:
Chair: Mrs. Amy Gozum
Mrs. Wilma Gabas
Mrs. Frances Joy Lapuz
14. Demonstration-Teaching (for MT-II Applicants)
Chair: Mrs. Aleta M. Aquino/OIC-ASDS
Rosauro Perez, Ed.D.
Mr. Rene Miclat
Mrs. Angelita Castro
Ronald Castro, Ed.D.
15. Presentation /Oral Defense & Evaluation
of Best Action Researches:
Chair: Mrs. Aiiza Corpuz
Mrs. Aleli Catacutan
Nancy Gacula, Ed.D.
Ms. Candelaria Dayrit
Mrs. Concepcion Manlutac
16. Cheering Contest as Roll Call at DBTI Gym:
Chair: Rosauro Perez, Ed.D.
Mr. Jose Suarez III
Ms. Angelita Mallari
Mrs. Eliza Grivas
Ms.Dina Flores
REMINDER: Color Coding of T-Shirts on December 6 Program
1. Tarlac North =
Yellow
2. Tarlac East =
Orange
3. Tarlac West =
Pink
4. Tarlac South =
Red
5. Tarlac Central =
Mint Green
6. Secondary
=
Violet
7. TCPEIA
=
Black
8. Division Office = White
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
REGION III – Central Luzon
TARLAC CITY SCHOOLS DIVISION
Tarlac City
Enclosure No. 3 to Division Memorandum No. 112, s. 2014
CRITERIA IN THE SELECTION OF OUTSTANDING
PUBLIC ELEMENTARY/SECONDARY SCHOOL
A. Qualifications Standard:
1. Public elementary/secondary school for at least 3 years
2. A complete elementary/secondary school
3. Has a full-time school head
B. Criteria:
_______B1. Performance Indicators on “QUALITY” based on the increase in the latest NAT results = 10 points
Increase in School G3, G6 (Average) /Y4 NAT MPS for SY 2013-2014 using NAT results of SY 2012-2013
as baseline:
10 points & above = 10 points
5 - 5.99 = 5 points
9 - 9.99 = 9 points
4 - 4.99 = 4 points
8 - 8.99 = 8 points
3 - 3.99 = 3 points
7 -7.99 = 7 points
2 - 2.99 = 2 points
6 - 6.99 = 6 points
1 - 1.99 = 1 point
_______B2. Performance Indicators on “EFFICIENCY” for the last 3 years = 10 points
Note: To get the score for efficiency, compute the total points of the 7 indicators and divide it by
Average of
100-97 =
96-93 = 92-89 = 88-85
84-81 =
INDICATORS
the last 3
10 points
8 points 6 points = 4
2 points
years
points
B.2.1 Cohort Survival Rate
B.2.2 Promotion Rate
B.2.3 Retention Rate
B.2.4 Completion Rate
B.2.5 Graduation Rate
Average of
0.00-0.50
0.511.011.512.01INDICATORS
the last 3
=10
1.00 =
1.50= 6 2.0= 4 2.50= 2
years
points
8 points points
points
points
B.2.6 Repetition Rate
B.2.7 School Leaver Rate
7.
80 and
below=
0
2.51and
above
=0
________B3. Adopted Initiatives/Interventions (25 points): Excellent = 5 points; Very Good = 4 points;
(1 point for each indicator)
Good= 3 points; Fair = 2 points; Poor = 1 point
Note: Just check the appropriate column corresponding to your score for each initiative/intervention.
Excellent
Very
Good
Fair
Poor
Total
Initiatives/Interventions
Good
B.3.1 On Pupil/Student Development (5 pts.)
* Enhancement Classes
* Trainings/Seminars for learners
* Programs/convocations for learners
* Contests/competitions for learners
* Exhibits of Best Products/Outputs
B.3.2 On Staff Development (5 pts.)
* IPPD/SPPD
* SLAC for teachers
* Trainings/seminars for teachers
* Mentoring/coaching for teachers
* Attendance of teachers in graduate school
B.3.3 On Curriculum Enhancement (5 pts.)
* Remedial Instruction
* Special Education (SPED) classes
* Curricular programs such as: journalism,
theater arts, dance, etc.
* Development of needed instructional
materials
* Application of computer-aided instruction
like video lessons/clips
B.3.4 On Instructional Supervision (5 pts.)
* Number of teachers observed per month
as shown in ARIS Form 1
* Monthly schedule of instructional
supervisory plan
* Proofs/evidences of periodic monitoring of
curriculum guide, teacher’s guide, learner’s
guide, competencies
* Copies of checked lesson plans/daily
lesson logs
* Copies of accomplished tools used during
classroom observations
B.3.5 On Physical Facilities Development (5 pts.)
* Adequacy of instructional classrooms
* Availability of ancillary rooms
* Functionality of comfort rooms/ hand
washing facilities
* Functionality of laboratories
* Functionality of library/reading centers
_______B4. Programs and Projects (25 points): Excellent = 2.5 points; Very Good = 2.0 points; Good = 1.5 points
Fair = 1.0 point; Poor = 0.5 point
Note: Just check the appropriate column corresponding to your score for each program/project.
Programs & Projects
B.4.1 Health/Medical Services Program (2.5 pts.)
* Medical services (Teaching/Non-Teaching)
* Dental services (BSBFP/EHCP)
* Integration of Health &Nutrition Program
B.4.2 Feeding Program (2.5 points)
* Effectiveness in addressing malnutrition
* Efficiency in the use of available funds to
achieve the desired result/outcome
* Financial/Liquidation reports
B.4.3 National Greening Program
B.4.3.1 Gulayan sa Paaralan/Tree Planting (2.5pts.)
* School nursery
* Propagation of vegetables in school
* Number of trees planted/survived during
the school year
------------------------------------------------------------------B.4.3.2 Risk Reduction Management Program(2.5 pts)
* Safety and security in the school campus
* Structural integrity of school buildings and
other school facilities
* Trainings/drills on disaster preparedness
------------------------------------------------------------------B.4.3.3 Proper Waste Management (2.5 pts.)
* Action Plan on Proper Waste Management
* Availability/adequacy of garbage cans,
compost pits, etc.
* Observance of proper waste segregation
and 3 Rs (Reuse, Recycle, Reduce)
B.4.4 Child Protection Program (2.5 pts.)
* Functional School Child Protection Committee
* Copies of School Rules & Regulations/Policies
* Report on Child Protection Program
B.4.5 Brigada Eskwela (2.5 pts.)
* Total amount raised/solicited
* Number of volunteer workers
* Extent of accomplished projects
B.4.6 Continuous Improvement Program (2.5 pts.)
* Copy of approved CIP
* CIP Accomplishment Report on Its Impact
* CIP proposal for next school year
B.4.7 Child-Friendly School Program (2.5 pts.)
* Action Plan on CFSP
* Accomplishment report on CFSP
* Total assessment on learning environment
B.4.8 Other Special Programs initiated
by the school, with at least 3 indicators
as evidence of its success such as: (2.5 pts.)
Excellent
Very
Good
Good
Fair
Poor
Total
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* Alternative Delivery Modes(ADM)
* Income Generating Project (IGP)
* School Guidance Program (for secondary
schools
* Reading Program
________B5. Transparency & Good Governance = 15 points
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Indicators:
1. Has not received any AOM (Auditor’s Observation Memorandum during
school year)
2. Has liquidated all cash advances on time.
3. Has put up “Transparency Board” in proper place, with complete, updated,
accurate reports on school collections, fund-raising activities etc.
4. Has displayed announcements such as rank list of teacher-applicants,
Accomplishment Reports, School Activities, and other information that
may be of public interest and welfare.
5. Has observed proper procurement laws in accordance with R.A. 9184
6. Has observed wise utilization of all school funds, and other resources
as evidenced by collection records
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Legend:
15 points = Has satisfactorily met all the above 6 indicators
12 points = Has satisfactorily met 5 indicators
9 points= Has satisfactorily met 4 indicators
6 points = Has satisfactorily met 3 indicators
3 points = Has satisfactorily met at least 2 indicators
________B6. Awards & Recognition = 5 points (Applicable only to over-all school award)
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Level of School Award: (Note: Example: Brigada Eskwela)
5 points = International Award
4 points = National Award
3 points = Regional Award
2 points = Division Award
1 point = District Award
________B7. Linkages & Partnership = 10 points
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Indicators: Has forged linkages and partnership with any of the following (PTA Officers,
Barangay Officials & People in the Community, Local Government Units, Other Government
Agencies, NGOs, and Private Citizens/Alumni )and was able to solicit a project/donation for
the school. Below is the corresponding number of points for the amount of donation:
200 K and above = 10 points
150 K to 199 K = 8 points
100 K to 149 K = 6 points
50 K to 99 K
= 4 points
10 K to 49 K
= 2 points
Note: Evidences needed are names, addresses, donation/assistance given, picture, letters,
amount of project/donation and other documents. If evidences presented are not adequate
to establish its veracity, deduct “1.0” from the point given.
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