The four-day coaching and mentoring program for school leaders from Congressional Districts III and IV reached its conclusion today at the Laur Central School Conference Hall. This initiative is in alignment with the Department of Education’s (DepEd) dedication to providing comprehensive coaching and mentoring programs for its personnel, as specified in DepEd Order No. 2, s. 2015, which outlines the “Guidelines on the Establishment and Implementation of the Results-based Performance Management System (RPMS).”
The program incorporated qualitative feedback through observations and recommendations collected from the year-end performance review and evaluation of school leaders. These data were further validated through a focus group discussion, enhancing the overall professional development process.
Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Mina Gracia L. Acosta of DepEd Nueva Ecija spearheaded the program, with support from the Program Management Team, including Public Schools District Supervisor Mauricio F. Angeles and Human Resource Development Specialists Irylaine T. Gapud and Mark Denisse A. de Jesus. Laur Public Schools District Supervisor Lulu B. Diamante and Laur Central School Principal Ronyla S. Ramy, representing the host district, also played crucial roles in facilitating the program.
The program’s successful completion underscores DepEd’s commitment to enhancing the quality of education through the continued development of its school leaders.