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Year end performance review 2014


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Performance Review of Rapu-Rapu National High School, given during the Annual Review of schools by the Division of Albay

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Year end performance review 2014

  1. 1. Year – End Performance Review Rapu-Rapu National High School
  2. 2. Highlights of Accomplishments On ACCESS Performance Indicators Enrollment 1,010 Drop-Out Rate 4.41 Cohort-Survival Rate 77.55 Completion Rate 65.71
  3. 3. Highlights of Accomplishments On Relevance & Quality National Achievement Test Filipino 52.67 Araling Panlipunan 53.89 Mathematics 60.67 Science 34.27 English 48.45 Critical Thinking Skills Test 38.10 OVERALL MPS 48.88
  4. 4. Comparative NAT Result SY 2012-13 SY 2013-14 National Achievement Test Filipino 53.10 Araling Panlipunan 52.58 Mathematics 38.10 Science 30.12 English 40.07 Critical Thinking Skills Test 30.60 OVERALL MPS 42.16
  5. 5. NAT Gains of RRNHS MPS Points
  6. 6. Highlights of Accomplishments On Relevance & Quality 1. BUCET Passing Rate increased on an average of 5 qualifiers to 15 the previous year. 2. 1 DOST Scholarship per 200+ Graduates 3. 50 Student Athletes in the most recent Cluster Meet, 15 in the Provincial Meet 4. 2 Varsity Athletes produced from Palarong Pambansa 5. Participation in select Academic Competition
  7. 7. Highlights of Accomplishments Management of Services Policy implementation along Instructional Supervision 1. The School Conducted In-Service Trainings on Authentic Assessment, Rubric Design for K to 12 Assessment and School Based Action Research. 2. The School has Trained a core-group of Teacher Trainers thru an SBM Funded TOT with TA from Bicol NEAP and first-rate SSP of Albay
  8. 8. Highlights of Accomplishments Management of Services Fiscal Management 1. The School is able to efficiently utilize its MOOE allocation. 2. Timely submission of BED’s , BAR’s and all other MOOE and PS accountability documents, as required by the D.O. , DBM and COA, are managed completely and adequately. 3. Absolutely no AOM for RRNHS for the past 4
  9. 9. Highlights of Accomplishments Management of Services Research RRNHS Teachers are out to start school based action research.
  10. 10. Highlights of Accomplishments Management of Services Physical Facilities 1. The School is able to construct a makeshift school Canteen. 2. Circumferential Fence was repaired. 3. 1 Watsan Constructed. 4. 1 Unit 2 Classroom School Building Constructed 5. Minor Repairs of electrical installations and water system.
  11. 11. Highlights of Accomplishments Management of Services Linkages 1. The School is able to receive 45k SEF allocation from the MLGU of Rapu-Rapu. 2. PTA Generated Fund of 40k due for a project.
  12. 12. Other Accomplishments  RRNHS served as the lead school in petitioning the Local School Board to divide the SEF pie equally among schools in the Municipality, thereby gaining an allocation of more than 2M from the annual SEF this FY 2014.  RRNHS is currently rearing and nurturing 2 recently opened High School , Tinopan NHS and San Ramon HS Extension.
  13. 13. Other Accomplishments  RRNHS served as the lead school in implementing various cascaded programs (i.e. The RPMS, K to 12 Program Implementation, Teacher trainings).  RRNHS led the inclusion of all its supervised secondary schools in getting the Hardship Pay for all its school staff.
  14. 14. Other Accomplishments  RRNHS has sustained institutional reforms on Teacher Allocation  RRNHS has launched a School Facebook Page which hopes to reach out its Alumni's and eventually will serve as a forum site for Networking and Linkages for purposes of rallying Alumni support for the School. Currently it has 500+ new “Likes” and has already been circulating in close to a hundred conversations by RRNHS Alumni’s.
  15. 15. Other Accomplishments  RRNHS has in its fold 8 NEAP Trained Teacher Trainers  RRNHS has conducted 3 SBM Funded Teacher Training  RRNHS has led the Municipality into its biggest participation in school sports
  16. 16. Challenges On the K to 12 Curriculum Implementation 1. The irremediable failure of the CO to deliver the essential, basic and certainly vital TG’s and LM’s. 2. The Lost partnership with TESDA and HEI’s on capacitating the TLE Teachers. 3. The absence of training for School Principals on the Content and Standards of the K to 12 Curriculum as well as on the Instructional Supervision aspect of the new curriculum.
  17. 17. Challenges On increasing the NAT Performance 1. The school work culture that silently choked the emerging effective pedagogical approaches. 2. The complacency factor. 3. The Non-committal approach. 4. The Reading Skills Enigma. 5. The Basic Numeracy Problem. 6. The deficiency of Basic Learning Infrastructure.
  18. 18. Challenges On decreasing the Drop-out Rate 1. The socio-economic and geographical dynamics. 2. The inability of teachers to produce engaging learning process. 3. The unfortunate psycho-social environments that thwarts the educational growth of students. 4. The vicious cycle of poverty that overwhelmed families.
  19. 19. Challenges On operating with inadequate resources 1. The “Donor Fatigue” dilemma. 2. The worsening appeal of the “Contest Culture”. 3. Misunderstood School Based Management decisions.
  20. 20. Challenges On Improving Instructional Supervision 1. Reforming in-school supervision. 2. Modernizing external supervision of our ES from the mere inspectorial viewpoint to a faithful, collegial and supportive and reassuring TA - which is not a one shot affair between the supervisor and the one supervised but an enduring journey in acquiring skilled proficiency.
  21. 21. Challenges On fixing the damaged brought by Typhoon Glenda 1. Networking and Linkages “here and there”. 2. Maximizing the use of remaining facilities. 3. Repairing the minor damages. 4. Accurately reporting the PF status.
  22. 22. Measures taken by RRNHS On the NAT Performance 1. Making the Teachers do less on co- curricular activities. 2. For Teachers, we Select only a handful of meetings and conferences which can bring in direct bearing to the teaching-learning process. 3. Select only those events that can support the curriculum change.
  23. 23. Measures taken by RRNHS On the NAT Performance 1. Ensure contact time maximization. 2. No NAT reviews but a consistent coverage of contents and skill requirements. 3. Focus on Authentic Assessment to measure academic inputs.
  24. 24. Measures taken by RRNHS On the decrease of the Drop-out Rate 1. Strengthened student-teacher connections. 2. Home Visits 3. Guidance and Counseling 4. Strengthened parental participation thru active HRPTA interactions 5. Modeling and integrating the Child Friendly School System in school affairs
  25. 25. Measures taken by RRNHS On Instructional Supervision 1. Provision of Capacity Building Workshops and Seminars. 2. Creating a collegial atmosphere on the Provision of TA. 3. Developing a culture of professional autonomy on matters relating to Pedagogy
  26. 26. Management Lessons As an independent unit with fiscal autonomy the school has ventured on some financially draining repair and maintenance project, which has costly depressed the school MOOE. The coming FY will be a well-adjusted budget and unequal allocation and spending will be persistently tracked.
  27. 27. Management Lessons Our sustained upward NAT MPS Rating was a collective result of reforms in curriculum delivery, teacher allocation, increased contact period due to selective co-curricular involvement of teachers, effective fiscal management as well as sound administrative decisions that complimentarily change the work culture of RRNHS. Simply put, at RRNHS, teachers stay in school, teaches and delivers their expected energies on the teaching-learning process.
  28. 28. Management Lessons On the Leadership aspect, I have learned my lessons. I have to balance everything, as a “Future CESO” I will have to heed time-tested formula on Work-Life Balance…..
  29. 29. Recommendations  Let’s have, in our Division, a unified/merged Competitions/Contests Program.  Let’s name it: “Albay Division Synchronized Academic, Arts and Skills Competition” “ Albay Division Academic, Arts and Skills Quest”  To be held in a choice month for optimal impact. To last 3 days only.
  30. 30. Recommendations  Let’s hold it in a location where every schools’ proximity and resources is considerately pondered.  Let’s have it Planned ahead so every single school can prepare and allocate MOOE/local fund for the purpose.  It will advantageously enable small schools to actively participate because it comes in a very feasible and inexpensive package.  It will not require a fanciful number of students and teacher participants.  It will sensibly add value and importance to the contest result which everyone looks into as an
  31. 31. Recommendations  Let’s hold a municipal bi-annual meeting with the Superintendents.  In participation will be school heads and the permanent monitoring supervisor.  The agenda will be the most pressing concerns unique to every municipality.
  32. 32. Recommendations  Let’s have more training on how we can further improve the teaching-learning expertise of our teachers.  Let’s have an LIS Type data bank in the Division of all our Teachers. Let’s make functional the HRIS, this will greatly help us in expediting Hiring, Transfers and other personnel movements.
  33. 33. Recommendations Finally….  That results of the PSB assessments on Promotions be highlighted by a bulletin board - daringly baring the names of our good friends whose toil and pain gets praised and rewarded he he he he he ….
  34. 34. Maogmang Pasko, Malipotok, Magayagaya asin maogmang Bagong Taon saindo Gabos!