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Mr. Harold V. Gallo, SSD Chief

In synchrony with the academic and administrative offices, the Student Services Division (SSD) is responsible for supervision and coordination of extra and co-curricular activities of scholars. It also helps the school in implementing and formulating policies in accordance with the PSHS mission-vision.

The division enclaves under its dominion offices that renders specialized services to scholars, parents, and stakeholders of education like the office of Registrar, Clinic, Dormitories, Library, Alumni affairs, Guidance Office, and organizations/clubs of the Alternative Learning Activities (ALA). Furthermore, it also coordinates and consults with the parents through the General Parents and Teachers Association and Dormitory Parents Association with matters concerning the scholars. Additionally, it assists the administration in evaluating the services of the employees in the division.

The SSD banners 2 guidance counselors, 2 dorm managers, a nurse, a librarian, and a registrar. Additionally, the dormitories also include 2 male and 1 female assistant dorm managers and 2 female and 1 male utility workers.

Statement of Duties of the Chief, Student Services Division

  1. Teaches one subject.
  2. Participates in policy–making as a representative of the Student Services Division in the MANCOM.
  3. Recommends employees for appointment, promotion, official outside grants, conferences, seminars and other forms of development.
  4. Supervises and coordinates the units for student services in cooperation with the academic and administrative services.
  5. Supervises the dormitory managers, program coordination and volunteers.
  6. Supervises the admission of student to PSHS.
  7. Plans and formulates policies in consultation with the unit heads of the student services division.
  8. Recommends members of committee assignments for school activities.
  9. Attends to official visitors of the school.
  10. Approves activity forms of various school organization displayed in strategic locations in the school.
  11. Monitors fund–raising activities of the student clubs, organization, etc.
  12. Recommends acquisition of equipment, supplies and reference materials.
  13. Assist in the evaluation of the services of the employees in the student services division.
  14. Helps prepare the annual budget and requisitions of the division and render assistance in administration as may be required.
  15. Implements decisions regarding discipline matters in the dormitory.
  16. Submits an annual report of the division and such other reports which may be required by the Office of the Director.
  17. Performs other duties which may be assigned from time to time.


Mr. Raymundo DC. Manaligod, FASD Chief

Finance and Administrative Division

The Division is responsible for providing quality services and management of administrative, budgetary, financial, maintenance and auxiliary services for the attainment of PSHS vision, mission and objectives; conducts evaluation procedures to assess the work performance of administrative personnel.

Administrative Officer

  1. Plans, directs and coordinates the financial and administrative service functions of the school.
  2. Formulates policies covering improved financial and administrative service management.
  3. Signs disbursement vouchers for payrolls and operating expenses including POs/WOs/JOs.
  4. Implements administrative policies, programs, and procedures.
  5. Supervises the janitorial and security services of the school.
  6. Serves as liaison officer of the school to various government agencies e.g. HDMF, GSIS, CSC, COA, etc.
  7. Does other related work.

Accountant

  1. Directs the accounting activities of the school; does the journals and posting to the book of accounts
  2. Prepares and signs the accounting documents and financial statements as required by proper authorities.
  3. Controls obligation of allotments and certifies to the availability of and/or allotments.
  4. Submits reports to NAO, BIR and etc.
  5. Does other related work.

Supply Officer

  1. Plans, directs and coordinates the school procurement program.
  2. Devises means of fiscal control on requisition and services; maintains master file cards.
  3. Takes charge of the buying operations/acquisition of materials, supplies, equipments, etc. for consumption, use or resale.
  4. Accountable for safekeeping of supplies, materials or equipment and makes periodic inventories thereof.
  5. Recommends disposal of unserviceable materials and equipment.
  6. Does other related work.

Budget Officer

  1. Consolidates annual budget proposals from the divisions; prepares supporting justifications and explanations for budget proposals.
  2. Prepares papers and handles procedures for the approved annual budget.
  3. Handles funding requests for releases of allotment; examines school requirements and prepares supplementary budget.
  4. Reviews budget operations and prepares reports and signs ROAs.
  5. Prepares vouchers; maintains and files budget documents, circulars, memos, etc.
  6. Liaisons for smooth working of the budget program.
  7. Does other related work.

Cashier

  1. Pays out salaries, wages and allowances of teachers and employees including the stipends and allowances of scholars.
  2. Receives collections and other obligations and deposits the same in the bank; makes cash withdrawals.
  3. Prepares statement of cash accountability and monthly reports of collections and disbursement.
  4. Ensures that necessary receipts, records, books and accounts and other documents are kept in accordance with law.
  5. Does other related work.

Director's Secretary

  1. Types communications and other pertinent papers.
  2. Renders clerical assistance and serves as Director's aide.
  3. Takes charge of the systematic filing of records.
  4. Receive, records and stamps incoming and outgoing communications.
  5. Does other related work.

Clerk

  1. Types communication, office order and memoranda.
  2. Receives collections and other obligations and deposits the same in the bank; makes cash withdrawals.
  3. Prepares statement of cash accountability and monthly reports of collections and disbursements.
  4. Ensures that necessary receipts, records, book of accounts and other documents are kept in accordance with law.
  5. Does other related work.

Driver

  1. Drives the car of the Director and school bus on official trips; ;fills up trip tickets and submits reports of gasoline and oil consumption to the Collection/Disbursing Officer.
  2. Maintains the car and bus in good working condition; repairs minor defects; makes a report in case of major repairs.
  3. Attends to seminars on safety driving and other driver's course for professional growth.
  4. Delivers urgent communications for the school.
  5. Does other related work.

Utility Worker

  1. Checks periodically and repairs facilities such as defective and leaking water pipe lines, faucets, water drainage facilities, electrical outlets and the like.
  2. Requests and takes care of plumbing supplies and materials.
  3. Assists in the construction/repair and maintenance work in the school.
  4. Operates, maintains and takes care of the school sound system.
  5. Does messengerial and other related work from time to time.


ROSALINDA O. LUWANG, CISD Chief

The office is responsible for ensuring quality instruction to students for the attainment of PSHS Vision and Mission. The office facilitates evaluation procedures to assess the performance of the students, faculty and academic staff.

CISD is managed by a Division Chief and Department Heads; SMCT and Humanities. It is the duty of the Chief and the Department Heads to oversee the daily internal operations of the division; to supervise the faculty and the academic staff; to provide direction in upgrading the quality of instruction and teaching–learning process and to plan, propose & implement approved program for academic and professional growth of faculty and academic staff.

The CISD is very proud of its thirty–eight (38) faculty and academic staff; thirty–six (36) intelligent, hardworking and passionate teachers, very competent Science Research Assitant (SRA) and IT Analyst.

Statement of Duties of the Chief, Curriculum and Instruction Services

  1. Teaches one subject.
  2. Participate in policy–making as a representative of the faculty in the MANCOM.
  3. Recommends teachers for appointment, promotion, official outside grants, conferences, seminars, etc.
  4. Advises the Director in making teaching assignments and schedules.
  5. Supervises the teaching staff and instruction.
  6. Assists in the development and improvement of the curriculum.
  7. Provides leadership in the production curriculum and instruction materials.
  8. Plans and formulates new courses, programs, and other activities in consultation with the Faculty.
  9. Recommends books, equipment and curriculum and instructional materials for acquisition.
  10. Helps prepare the annual budget and requisitions of the division and renders to the Director such assistance in the administration as may be required.
  11. Calls meetings by units or subjects as the need arises.
  12. Assists the Director in formulating the faculty development program and in carrying out the disciplinary function of the MANCOM.
  13. Submits annual report on the division and such other reports which the Director may require.
  14. Performs other duties which may be assigned from time to time.


2019 List of Competitive Public Bidding as of October 1, 2019

1. PROJECT: Construction of Student Learning Resource Center/Library (Remaining Works)
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Norbano Builders
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 13,179,177.22
Contract Price: Php 13,179,177.22
Date of Award: March 22, 2019
Contract Date: March 26, 2019
Notice to Proceed: March 27, 2019
2. PROJECT: Construction of School Canteen (Remaining Works)
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Norbano Builders
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 5,286,135.29
Contract Price: Php 5,286,135.29
Date of Award: March 22, 2019
Contract Date: March 26, 2019
Notice to Proceed: March 27, 2019
3. PROJECT: Completion of School Canteen - Adjacent
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Norbano Builders
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 5,000,000.00
Contract Price: Php 4,954,174.83
Date of Award: September 13, 2019
Contract Date: September 20, 2019
Notice to Proceed: September 20, 2019
4. PROJECT: Completion of Site Development, Phase 5
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: SIFU J Builders Corporation
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 10,000,000.00
Contract Price: Php 7,100,146.42
Date of Award: August 7, 2019
Contract Date: August 16, 2019
Notice to Proceed: August 19, 2019
5. PROJECT: completion of Electrical System - (Re-Bidding)
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Danitech Power System Inc.
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 6,800,000.00
Contract Price: Php 6,674,116.41
Date of Award: July 16, 2019
Contract Date: July 25, 2019
Notice to Proceed: July 29, 2019
6. PROJECT: Implementation of the K-12 Program (MITHI-ICT) Infrastructure
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Ants Technologies, Inc.
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 3,000,000.00
Contract Price: Php 2,976,771.88
Date of Award: September 30, 2019
Contract Date: October 10, 2019
Notice to Proceed: October 2, 2019
7. PROJECT: Improvement of Water System - (Re-Bidding)
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: BTCJJR Construction & Engineering Services
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 8,000,000.00
Contract Price: Php 5,840,000.00
Date of Award: May 22, 2019
Contract Date: May 24, 2019
Notice to Proceed: May 27, 2019
8. PROJECT: Improvement of Dormitory Boy's Building
LOCATION: Masoc, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya
CONTRACTOR: Wangjo Construction
APPROVED BUDGET: Php 8,000,000.00
Contract Price: Php 5,840,000.00
Date of Award: December 12, 2018
Contract Date: December 18, 2018
Notice to Proceed: December 19, 2018