The Civil Service Commission (CSC) which is the central personnel manager of Philippine public agencies mandated the implementation of PRIME-HRM, an acronym for “Program to Institutionalize Meritocracy and Excellence in Human Resource Management,” through CSC Memorandum Circular No. 3, Series of 2012 and CSC Resolution No. 1200241 dated February 01, 2012, integrated with the Personnel Management Assessment and Assistance Program (PMAAP) accreditation.
School Based Management (SBM) as provided in RA 9155 legitimized the empowerment opportunity of the school heads in improving the schools on the different areas such as Performance Indicator (PI) which is 60 %. Under this are indicators on Efficiency which focus on Enrolment & Reducing Drop-Out Rate, Completion and Cohort Survival Rate. The 40 % is on School Based Management Assessment Score (Data analysis and observations).
Itinanghal na kampeon ang Malaybalay City Division sa ginanap na 2014 Regional Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao/Values Education Month Celebration sa Regional Educational Learning Center (RELC), Lapasan,Cagayan de Oro City noong Nobyembre 24.
Ang kumpetisyon ay sinalihan ng 14 na dibisyong bumubuo sa Rehiyon X na kung saan ay ipinadala ang mga magkamit ng unang puwesto sa ginawang Pansangay na patimpalak. Ang bawat kalahok ay nagpakitang gilas sa kani-kanilang mga talento sa pag-awit ng mga awiting nagbibigay papuri sa Panginoon, Paggawa ng poster, Tagis-talino at Pagsulat ng Sanaysay na lahat ay iniayon sa temang : “Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao, Gabay sa Paghubog ng Makataong Lipunan”.
(Read by PSDS Noel A. Tan Nery during the Thanksgiving and Blessing of the New Division Office Building on December 9, 2014)
This impressive stature before us though not as grandiose as other office buildings in the community proclaims its grandeur through its officials, personnel and staff belonging to the breed of brilliant forerunners who seek to serve rather than be served. This is the best place we should be. We couldn’t ask for a better location to serve our clientele.
We gained this building because of the brain play and concerted effort among agencies in all sectors of our cordial community. Schools Division Superintendents Edilberto L. Oplenaria and Dr. Florante M. Corpuz used all connections to fast tract the release of funds. Together with the city officials and personnel, City Mayor Ignacio W. Zubiri assisted in facilitating the city permits for the construction of this edifice. Employees of BUSECO, Water District, City Engineering Office, School Districts, DAPSSHI, and all stakeholders.
It was last September 28, 2014, when I finally received information from the Sec. of the Office of the Prime Minister, of Bahrain that His Royal Highness Sheikh KhalifaBin Salman al Khalifa is coming to the Philippines for a state and official visit to Malacañang Palace.
I asked the Secretary if I could have the opportunity to personally see the Prime Minister to thank him for everything he has shared to our school. She answered “yes”, congratulations Ms. Sarah you can fly to Manila and meet the Prime Minister Khalifa. “Bring with you your family” the secretary added. I brought along my two daughters: Mitzi Faye and Mae Friah.
On October 1, we arrived at NAIA and we were advised by Mr. Ralph Stephen M. Calderon, a special envoy of the Philippines to Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states, office of the President to proceed to Shangri-La, Makati.
The sun was shining, the sky was painted with the perfect hue of blue, and the flag was swaying gracefully as the employees lined up in front of the new building to hold the first flag raising ceremony in the new division office at Sayre Highway, Casisang, Malaybalay City on December 1 witnessed by passengers of vehicles passing by, few pedestrians, and the tall trees with their green foliage waving to welcome the occupants.
Superintendent Edilberto L. Oplenaria and the entire staff stood tall and straight as they sang with fervor the hymns for the country, the province, and the city division. Phrases from the songs seemed to create new meaning and to add another dimension to reality.
No single dark cloud loomed in the sky when the indigenous school children from 17 schools of the Division of Malaybalay City gathered for a cultural presentation entitled, “Dakaka hu mga Hintelek ha mga Ligsek” at Kalasungay Central School on November 21.
This is the first time the city division held such activity which was participated in by schools having the most number of Indigenous Peoples (IP) learners, namely; Baganao ES, Caburacanan ES, Can-ayan IS, Candiisan ES, Dalwangan ES, Kalasungay CS, Kapitan Anghel ES, Kibalabag ES, Kulaman ES, Manalog ES, Mapulo ES, Patpat ES, Tagilanao ES, Tintinaan ES, St. Peter ES, Silae ES and Zamboanguita CS.
The Department of Education–Malaybalay City Division conducted an orientation spearheaded by Planning Officer II and Division ICT Coordinator, Paul John P. Arias on November 18 at Bukidnon National High School, Brgy. 03, Malaybalay City.
The said activity is aimed to address issues regarding the completion of inventories to be submitted on or before December 12 and provide assistance to school heads, school property custodian or the physical facilities coordinator, and the PTA President or the Kagawad in charge of education in completing the inventories of DepEd public school buildings for school year (SY) 2014-2015.
It was indeed a very significant learning to all coaches and chaperons on the sports medicine, conditioning and sports nutrition held at Roberto’s Place, Casisang, Malaybalay City last November 5, 2014.
The said division seminar was attended by one hundred fifteen (115) teachers and non-teaching personnel. The rationale of the seminar was to track down the progress of athletes by keeping them on the right track with the right amount of food required in the training. Prevention and treatment of athletes in terms of injuries and health problems is also tackled.
The Division of Malaybalay City in cooperation with the Girl Scouts of the Philippines, Bukidnon Council conducted a Two-Day Live-In Basic Training Course for Troop leaders for elementary and secondary teachers last November 8 – 9, 2014 at Casisang Central School, Casisang, Malayblay City.
The basic training course was realized through the effort of Mrs. Lou-Ann J. Cultura, EPS in MAPEH and Division Coordinator in GSP. The said training aimed to equip the participants with the eight basic skills, knowledge in knot tying, how to handle ceremonies and manage a troop.