Automated School Form 2 DepEd

June 29, 2018 | Author: Chris Vincent Claro Damayo | Category: Quality Of Life, Psychology & Cognitive Science, Teaching And Learning, Further Education


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School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners(This replaces Form 1, Form 2 & STS Form 4 - Absenteeism and Dropout Profile) School ID 304305 School Year 2017-2018 Report for the Month of JULY Name of School BUSO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 8 Section DILIGENCE LEARNER'S NAME (1st row for date) Total for the Month REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT, state reason, please 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 31 refer to legend number 2. (Last Name, First Name, Middle If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT, write the name of School.) M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F ABSENT TARDY Name) 1 Albite Jonaire XX 1 2 Alconera Reymark 0 3 Balante John Loyd XX 1 4 Banggala Haladin 0 5 Bunga Yeochan Bryle XX 1 6 Casado Christian 0 7 Catayas Cris John 0 8 Cuestas Kristian XX 1 9 Cuevas Alwengier XX XX 2 10 Donato Mark Louie 0 11 Duterte Joseph XX XX 2 12 Edanio Nomer 0 13 Eliseo Bejay Tryke 0 14 Gumba John Rey 0 15 Lumayno Anthony Wray 0 16 Madronio Edgardo Jr. 0 17 Mapinguez Christian XX 1 18 Momo Mark 0 19 Muring Jason 0 20 Pagluntodan Arnel 0 21 Pagluntodan Reymart XX 1 22 Pandasaon Richard xx XX 2 23 Sumbadon Ireneo Jr. 0 MALE | TOTAL Per Day 23 22 22 23 23 23 21 22 23 23 22 22 23 21 23 23 22 22 23 23 22 1 Along Leo Jane 0 2 Dela Pena Jobille xx 1 3 Dizon Jernalyn 0 4 Ganade Crislyn 0 5 Gungob Rijean Bebs xx xx xx 3 6 Inmanon Jinny Shiel xx 1 7 Labe Rosemarie 0 b. state reason. Financial-Related CHRIS VINCENT C. Domestic-Related Factors Late Enrollment during the month a.2. b. Percentage of Attendance for the month = x 100 Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month Registered Learners as of end of the month b. Child labor. Lack of interest/Distractions * Beginning of School Year cut-off report is every 1st Friday of the School Year b. To compute the following: 2.1% Percentage of Attendance for the month 98% 97% 5. DAMAYO e. Distance between home and school d. Every end of the month. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT Registered Learners as of end of the month a. please 3 4 5 6 7 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 31 refer to legend number 2. School-Related Factors c. of Days of Summary 1.4. Calamities/Disasters e. Armed conflict (incl.Present. b.2.2.7. Once signed by the principal.3. Tardy (half shaded= Upper for 2. The attendance shall be accomplished daily. Family problems 100% 100% 100.1.1.5. (Last Name.Absent. Lower for Cutting Classes) * Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June) 23 13 36 3. Parents' attitude toward schooling Average daily attendance a. Overage into School Form 4.2. First Name. Teacher Factor Transferred out 0 0 0 c. Late Commer. Drug Abuse consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name. Middle If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT.3.6. HUGUE (Signature of School Head over Printed Name) . Peer influence Transferred in 0 0 0 d. Hunger/Malnutrition Drop out 0 0 0 c. Tribal wars & clanfeuds) I certify that this is a true and correct report. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance. Others (Specify) Attested by: School Form 2 : Page 2 of 2 JOSELITO M. work (Signature of Teacher over Printed Name) f.4. Individual-Related Factors b. Geographic/Environmental d. JULY Classes: 21 M F TOTAL (blank) . write the name of School.3. Death 97. Percentage of Enrolment = x 100 0 0 0 Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year a.LEARNER'S NAME (1st row for date) Total for the Month REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5 b. Poor academic performance Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days: 6.1.1.) M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F ABSENT TARDY Name) 8 Lintuan Aisha 0 9 Matangcas Wency Mae xx 1 10 Matapias Krisha Morielle 0 11 Narita Sarah Mae xx 1 12 Plenos Marilyn 0 13 Santos Agnes xx xx 2 0 FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day 13 13 13 12 12 13 13 13 13 12 13 12 12 11 13 13 13 13 11 13 13 Combined TOTAL PER DAY 36 35 35 35 35 36 34 35 36 35 35 34 35 32 36 36 35 35 34 36 35 0 0 0 0 GUIDELINES: 1. the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table b.3.0% c. d. Illness 22 13 35 Average Daily Attendance 4. this form should be returned to the adviser. (x). Early marriage/pregnancy b. Physical condition of classroom c. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE Month: No.1. Registered Learners as of end of the month 23 13 36 = Number of School Days in reporting month a. Had to take care of siblings (beyond cut-off) Average Daily Attendance Total Daily Attendance a. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period. write the name of School.Absenteeism and Dropout Profile) School ID 304305 School Year 2017-2018 Report for the Month of AUGUST Name of School BUSO NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Grade Level 8 Section DILIGENCE LEARNER'S NAME (1st row for date) Total for the Month REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT. (Last Name.) M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F ABSENT TARDY Name) 1 Albite Jonaire XX 1 2 Alconera Reymark XX 1 3 Balante John Loyd 0 4 Banggala Haladin 0 5 Bunga Yeochan Bryle 0 6 Casado Christian 0 7 Catayas Cris John XX 1 8 Cuestas Kristian XX 1 9 Cuevas Alwengier 0 H O L I D A Y H O L I D A Y 10 Donato Mark Louie 0 11 Duterte Joseph XX XX 2 12 Edanio Nomer 0 13 Eliseo Bejay Tryke 0 14 Gumba John Rey 0 15 Lumayno Anthony Wray XX 1 16 Madronio Edgardo Jr. Middle If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT. First Name. state reason. XX 1 17 Mapinguez Christian 0 18 Momo Mark 0 19 Muring Jason 0 20 Pagluntodan Arnel 0 21 Pagluntodan Reymart 0 22 Pandasaon Richard XX 1 23 Sumbadon Ireneo Jr. School Form 2 (SF2) Daily Attendance Report of Learners (This replaces Form 1. 0 MALE | TOTAL Per Day 21 23 23 19 23 22 22 23 23 23 22 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 23 1 Along Leo Jane 0 2 Dela Pena Jobille 0 3 Dizon Jernalyn 0 H O L I D A H O L I D A 4 Ganade Crislyn 0 5 Gungob Rijean Bebs XX 1 6 Inmanon Jinny Shiel 0 7 Labe Rosemarie 0 . please 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 refer to legend number 2. Form 2 & STS Form 4 . Domestic-Related Factors Late Enrollment during the month a.2. Hunger/Malnutrition Drop out 0 0 0 c.2.7.3. Armed conflict (incl. Registered Learners as of end of the month 23 13 36 = Number of School Days in reporting month a. Lower for Cutting Classes) * Enrolment as of (1st Friday of June) 23 13 36 3. (x). Geographic/Environmental d. Parents' attitude toward schooling Average daily attendance a. Percentage of Enrolment = x 100 0 0 0 Enrolment as of 1st Friday of the school year a. Teacher Factor Transferred out 0 0 0 c.6. Every end of the month. To compute the following: 2.1. Tardy (half shaded= Upper for 2. Late Commer. REASONS/CAUSES FOR DROPPING OUT Registered Learners as of end of the month a.1.1.2. H O L I D A Y H O L I D A Y LEARNER'S NAME (1st row for date) Total for the Month REMARKS (If DROPPED OUT. First Name.4. Others (Specify) Attested by: School Form 2 : Page 2 of 2 JOSELITO M.0% Percentage of Attendance for the month 98% 98% 5. please 1 2 3 4 7 8 9 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 24 25 28 29 30 31 refer to legend number 2. DAMAYO e. The adviser will provide neccessary interventions including but not limited to home visitation to learner/s who were absent for 5 b. Tribal wars & clanfeuds) I certify that this is a true and correct report. this form should be returned to the adviser. b.) M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F M T W TH F ABSENT TARDY Name) 8 Lintuan Aisha 0 9 Matangcas Wency Mae XX 1 10 Matapias Krisha Morielle 0 11 Narita Sarah Mae xx 1 12 Plenos Marilyn 0 13 Santos Agnes XX xx xx 3 0 FEMALE | TOTAL Per Day 13 13 13 10 13 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 12 13 13 13 13 Combined TOTAL PER DAY 0 34 36 36 29 36 35 35 36 35 36 35 36 35 36 0 36 36 35 36 0 36 36 36 0 GUIDELINES: 1. Early marriage/pregnancy b.1. Calamities/Disasters e. of Days of Summary 1. Refer to the codes for checking learners' attendance. write the name of School.Present.4. Dates shall be written in the columns after Learner's Name. Family problems 100% 100% 100. The attendance shall be accomplished daily.0% c. CODES FOR CHECKING ATTENDANCE Month: No. HUGUE (Signature of School Head over Printed Name) . Had to take care of siblings (beyond cut-off) Average Daily Attendance Total Daily Attendance a. Death 98. JULY Classes: 21 M F TOTAL (blank) . Percentage of Attendance for the month = x 100 Percentage of Enrolment as of end of the month Registered Learners as of end of the month b. Financial-Related CHRIS VINCENT C. School-Related Factors c. Once signed by the principal.Absent.1. work (Signature of Teacher over Printed Name) f. state reason. d. the class adviser will submit this form to the office of the principal for recording of summary table b. b. Individual-Related Factors b. Physical condition of classroom c. b. Illness 23 13 35 Average Daily Attendance 4. Distance between home and school d.3. Child labor. Middle If TRANSFERRED IN/OUT. Poor academic performance Number of students absent for 5 consecutive days: 6. Peer influence Transferred in 0 0 0 d. Drug Abuse consecutive days and/or those at risk of dropping out.2.5. Attendance performance of learners will be reflected in Form 137 and Form 138 every grading period.3. (Last Name. Overage into School Form 4. Lack of interest/Distractions * Beginning of School Year cut-off report is every 1st Friday of the School Year b.3.
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