The clustering of schools shall be done only for schools headed by a Teacher In-Charge/School In-Charge within the district based on proximity, accessibility, and the number of teachers. A cluster of at least three (3) schools with a total of at least nine (9) teachers shall be entitled to a cluster head. A disadvantaged, inaccessible, isolated island/mountain school may not form part of a school cluster. The cluster head must be with exemplary performance in conducting instructional supervision and in good standing in fiscal management.
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Cluster Head Duties and Responsibilities
Hereafter are the duties and responsibilities of a cluster head:
Instructional Leadership, Management, and School Operations
- Provides technical inputs in crafting the strategic plan (E-SIP, BE-LCP) of the school as well as improving the level of SBM.
- Performs Instructional Supervision and provides relevant technical assistance to achieve desired learning outcomes.
- Conducts class observation on teaching-learning delivery.
- Submits quality and accurate reports on time but not limited to Instructional Supervisory Report.
- Monitors the utilization of school funds such as MOOE, SBFP, etc.
- Tracks essential performance indicators and the project implementation of E-SIP thru the conduct of Quarterly SMEA.
- Monitors jointly with the resident TIC of the school the performance of the teachers and provide immediate intervention thru provision of TA.
Human Resource Management and Development
- Leads in the development of LAC plan and oversees & monitors the implementation of activities therein.
- Conducts Learning and Development Activities in adherence to the LDNA result to address the school’s performance gaps.
- Distinguishes exemplary performing personnel thru Rewards and Recognition.
Duly acted duties and responsibilities as a cluster head shall gain the highest plus factor in the OPCRF rating.