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School Personnel Management

Educational Leadership and Instructional Supervision

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School Personnel Management

  1. 1. SCHOOL PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT Republic of the Philippines Region III – Central Luzon TARLAC STATE UNIVERSITY Tarlac City EDUARDO A. PANTIG JR. Ed. D. - IEM
  2. 2. Personnel Management - can be defined as the effective recruitment, selection, development and utilization of the manpower resources of an organization.
  3. 3. School Personnel - refers to any person or persons working in a school.
  4. 4. Classification of Educational Personnel
  5. 5. Administrative Personnel - refers to the educational manager in a school.
  6. 6. Administrative Personnel  Principal IV - 42, 652.00  Principal III - 39, 483.00  Principal II - 36, 567.00  Principal I - 33, 659.00  Head Teacher VI - 33, 659.00  Head Teacher V - 31, 351.00  Head Teacher IV - 29, 028.00  Head Teacher III - 27, 578.00  Head Teacher II - 25, 667.00  Head Teacher I - 23, 044.00
  7. 7. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 1. Assigns Teaching loads to teachers and rates their performance.
  8. 8. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 2. Coordinates with the district/division supervisors with respect to classroom and curricular supervision.
  9. 9. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 3. Is accountable for higher student learning outcomes.
  10. 10. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 4. Conducts consultation with teachers prior to making decisions.
  11. 11. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 5. Motivates and supervises the teachers to make them effective and productive.
  12. 12. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 6. Initiates action research designed to gather inputs from the teachers and students.
  13. 13. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 7. Responsible for interviewing prospective candidates for job openings within their building as well as making recommendations to the superintendent for hiring a new teacher.
  14. 14. Duties and Responsibilities of Administrative Personnel 8. They are also responsible for building community relationships within their area.
  15. 15. Teaching Personnel – refers to all school personnel formally engaged in actual teaching service.
  16. 16. Teaching Personnel  Master Teacher IV - 39, 483.00  Master Teacher III - 36, 567.00  Master Teacher II - 33, 659.00  Master Teacher I - 31, 351.00  Teacher III - 21, 436.00  Teacher II - 19, 940.00  Teacher I - 18, 549.00  SPED Teacher V - 45, 064.00  SPED Teacher IV - 42, 652.00  SPED Teacher III - 39, 483.00  SPED Teacher II - 36, 567.00  SPED Teacher I - 33, 659.00  Kinder Teachers  ALS Mobile Teachers
  17. 17. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 1. Teach subjects in school.
  18. 18. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 2. Enroll pupils in school.
  19. 19. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 3. Rate the accomplishments and deficiencies of students.
  20. 20. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 4. Keep record and prepare required reports.
  21. 21. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 5. Guide and counsel pupils.
  22. 22. Duties and Responsibilities of Teaching Personnel 6. Participate in seminars, conferences and workshops.
  23. 23. Non Teaching Personnel – refers to school personnel usually engaged in administrative functions.
  24. 24. Non Teaching Personnel GUIDANCE COUNSELOR – provides counseling services for students who may struggle academically, have a rough home life, may have gone through a difficult situation, etc. A counselor also provides academic counseling setting student schedules, getting students scholarships, preparing them for life after high school, etc.
  25. 25. Non Teaching Personnel LIBRARIAN –oversees the operation of the library including the organization, ordering of books, checking out of books, return of books, and re-shelving of books. The librarian also works directly with the classroom teachers to provide assistance in anything associated with the library. They also responsible for teaching students library related skills and creating programs that develop lifelong readers.
  26. 26. Non Teaching Personnel BUS DRIVER – A bus driver provides safe transportation for students to and from school.
  27. 27. Non Teaching Personnel COOK – A cook is responsible for the preparation and serving of food to the entire school. A cook is also responsible for the process of cleaning up the kitchen and the cafeteria.
  28. 28. Non Teaching Personnel UTILITY/JANITOR - who maintains the cleanliness of the buildings and surroundings of the school.
  29. 29. Non Teaching Personnel GUARD - who protects the school.
  30. 30. Non Teaching Personnel MAINTENANCE – Maintenance is responsible for keeping all the physical operations of a school running. These may including electrical and lighting, and mechanical issues.
  31. 31. Non Teaching Personnel CLERK – is not only in charge of school payroll and billing, but a host of other financial responsibilities. The clerk has to be able to account for every cent a school has spent and received. A clerk must be organized and must stay current with all laws dealing with school finance.
  32. 32. Non Teaching Personnel NURSE – A school nurse provides general first aid for students in the school. The nurse may also administer medication to students who need it or are required medication. A school nurse may also teach students about health and health related issues.
  33. 33. Good Night and
  34. 34. By Anonymous Let us reflect on… The Story about the tiny turtles… life’s number 1 lesson
  35. 35. … who arranged a running competition.
  36. 36. The goal was to reach the top of a very high tower. A big crowd gathered around the tower to see the race and cheer on the contestants...
  37. 37. The race began...
  38. 38. NO ONE in the crowd really believed that the tiny turtles would reach the top of the tower. You could hear statements such as: "Oh, WAY too difficult!!” “They will NEVER make it to the top“ and "Not a chance that they will succeed. The tower is too high!" The tiny turtles began collapsing. One by one...
  39. 39. ... except for those who, with a final burst of energy, were climbing higher and higher... The crowd continued to yell "It is too difficult!!! No one will make it!“ More tiny turtles got tired and gave up...
  40. 40. ...But ONE continued higher and higher and higher... This ONE wouldn’t give up!
  41. 41. At the end, everyone else had given up climbing the tower, EXCEPT for the one tiny turtle who, after a big effort, was the only one who reached the top! THEN all the other tiny turtles naturally wanted to know how this one turtle managed to do it.
  42. 42. A contestant asked a tiny turtle how the one who had succeeded had found the strength to reach the goal
  43. 43. It turned out... that the winner was DEAF!!!!
  44. 44. The wisdom of this story is: NEVER listen to other people’s inclinations to be negative or pessimistic... because they take your most wonderful dreams and wishes away from you – the ones you have in your heart! Always think of the power words have because everything you hear and read will affect your actions!
  45. 45. ALWAYS be POSITIVE!
  46. 46. Above all: Be DEAF when people tell you that YOU cannot fulfill YOUR dreams! Always know: I CAN do it!