IJSRP, Volume 6, Issue 12, December 2016 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Dr. Elmer L. Meneses
Performance Status of schools reflects the kind of teachers and administrators that the schools have. This research used the mixed evaluation design: qualitative for statistical treatment and descriptive method as in the use of the “Performance Evaluation Instrument” and interviews to determine the relative performance of schools. The respondents of the study included 50 students from each of the thirteen elementary and five secondary schools in San Simon, Pampanga. This study used the SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Sciences). The salient findings of the study were identified despite the fact that the survey showed satisfactory performance in the elementary and secondary level, the researcher found various gaps in all aspects: teacher’s behavior, facilities, and student’s services. The necessity to remediate and innovate as in the context of Continuous Improvement Program is emphasized. The researcher recommended various program enhancements in the spirit of continuous improvement anchored most especially on Systems Theory and Quality Management Theory in connection to the findings and conclusions to improve the performance status of public elementary and secondary schools in the District of San Simon, Pampanga.