School Governance & Operation Division (SGOD) of Schools Division of Lucena City reviewed mid-year performance on program implementation among each unit, such as Planning & Research, Training & Development, Social Mobilization & Networking, Education Facilities, Disaster Risk Reduction Management, Project Development, Medical, Dental and Nursing, Senior High School, Special Programs and School Management Monitoring & Evaluation held at Queen Margarette Downtown, Lucena City, July 20.

The training-workshop aimed to review the Office Performance Commitment Review Form (OPCRF), Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) of the School Governance and Operations Division; present Program Implementations and other special programs anchored in the Division Education Development Plan (DEDP) Strategic Directions and discussed on Quality Management System towards improvement of services.

SGOD Chief Dr. Epifania F. Carandang welcomed all the participants and intensified the importance of planning and reviewing program implementations towards ISO Certification.

Meanwhile, Dr. Joepi F. Falqueza, OIC-Assistant Schools Division Superintendent commended all the participants for consistently updating, planning, and improving the division performances on program implementation; harmonizing the programs, projects and activities, reviewing and aligning the SGOD OPCRF and IPCRF of each section; and developing plan of action for adjustments.

Rolan B. Aldovino, Planning Officer III, discussed the significance of target-setting among different sections and alignment of office performance commitments to DEDP. In addition, EPS I Edwin Paul Navarro mentioned that the target should be specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bounded.

Workshop among each section was done on the required period of time. Maria Katherine A. Guillomas, Budget Officer III, also suggested some points on budget requirements in their Annual Implementation Plan (AIP).

Moreover, Senior Education Program Specialist – Monitoring & Evaluation, Dr. Karina R. Bautista presented the SGOD Manual of Operations for finalization. Collaboration and cooperation among participants were highly observed during the review. Consequently, all SGOD sections presented their IPCRF with significant accomplishments and were adjusted and aligned to the OPCRF and DEDP. (Angelo S. Villanueva, EPS-II, SMME,SDO Lucena City)