About DepEd

Organizational Chart

Top Management


Schools Division Superintendent

Susan DL. Oribiana
Schools Division Superintendent
Office of the Schools Division Superintendent

• Ensure quality in the delivery of basic education services by developing division work systems and procedures, setting standards consistent with the national and regional educational policies, plans and standards and ensure compliance thereto.
• Plan and manage the effective and efficient use of financial, human, and physical resources of the Schools Division towards achievement of DepED thrusts and goals.
• Monitor/supervise that the operations of public and private elementary, secondary and integrated schools and learning centers are within DepEd standards.

Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

Homer N. Mendoza
Assistant Schools Division Superintendent
Office of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

• Reports directly to the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) to generally provide overall management and technical assistance for the efficient operations and effective implementation of policies and education programs at the Schools Division level.


Office of the Schools Division Superintendent


Administrative Officer V

Leah Marie Monica K. Lumbres
Administrative Officer V
Administrative Unit

• To supervise the team that will provide the Schools Division Office with timely, responsive and economical administrative services in personnel and records management, cash disbursement, procurement , security and custody of property and the maintenance of facilities, in order to ensure efficient operation of the schools division office towards enabling schools and learning centers provide accessible and quality and basic education.

Attorney III

Rowell B. Malabag
Attorney III
Legal Unit

• To provide effective, efficient, judicious and expeditious legal service to the Division Office through:
- impartial, evidenced-based, and speedy disposition of administrative cases;
- effective and efficient delivery of in-house legal services ;
- safeguarding the Department’s rights and interests on School Sites; and
- constant monitoring and timely submission of reportorial requirements to appropriate authorities.

Information Technology Officer I

Jun Patrick V. Balita
Information Technology Officer I
Information and Communications Technology Unit

• Provide technical support to the Division Management (SDS) in managing ICT solutions and services for governance and education, in the implementation of programs and projects that meets strategic goals and objectives, and provide technical assistance to schools and learning centers in the integration of ICT in teaching-learning in accordance with set policies, standards and methodologies for ICT development and use.

Accountant III

Remelyn B. De Galicia
Accountant III
Accounting Unit

• To analyze and attest to the accuracy of accounting records and reports and provide information and advice to the management of the schools division to ensure that the utilization of funds for basic education are maximized and compliant with government accounting rules and regulations To supervise, facilitate and monitor the work of the accounting personnel and provide technical assistance to school heads and implementing units to ensure proper utilization of funds and preparation of reliable and timely financial reports.

Administrative Officer V

Rosalina A. Briones
Administrative Officer V
Budget Unit

• To provide management with economical, efficient, and effective budgeting services and reliable and timely financial information for decision making towards the cost-effective utilization of financial resources of the division.

Administrative Officer IV

Joie R. Bautista
Administrative Officer IV
Cashier Section

• To manage cash collections, disbursements, liquidations and preparation of reports to the accounting office to ensure proper utilization and timely disbursement of funds and liquidation of cash advances to pay for government obligation in accordance with accounting and auditing rules and regulations

Administrative Officer IV

Ellen M. Almarez
Administrative Officer IV
Human Resource Management Office

• To provide personnel administration services to the management and personnel of the Schools Division in the areas of recruitment and selection, personnel administration, compensation and benefits administration, personnel records, while ensuring adherence to the standards, rules and regulations in personnel administration of government oversight agencies (CSC, DBM, COA, etc.)

Administrative Officer IV

Glenda O. Austria
Administrative Officer IV
Records Section

• To establish and maintain a records management system, including the creation, classification, storage, maintenance, use and disposition of operating records and documents of permanent, legal, and historical value and ensure the security, preservation, and efficient access and retrieval of such records when needed by the schools division office management and staff.

Administrative Officer IV

Johanna C. Bergonio
Administrative Officer IV
Property and Supply Section

• To provide technical services to the management and staff of the SDO in relation to procurement (using alternative mode), inspection, acceptance, issuance, storage, maintenance and inventory of material resources, equipment, and properties to support the efficient operations of the schools division office in managing the delivery of quality basic education and,
• Facilitate the disposal of waste materials and unserviceable equipment to derive economic benefit and maintain orderliness and efficient use of office space.

Administrative Officer II

Nelia C. Mercado
Administrative Officer II
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Officer II

Marissa C. Ocampo
Administrative Officer II
Administrative Unit

Administrative Assistant III

Lea V. Benidicto
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant III

Joan M. Castillo
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant III

Anna Grace R. Gonzales
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant III

Janeisa E. Mortel
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant III

Alma G. Reynido
Administrative Assistant III
Office of the Schools Division Superintendent

• To provide prompt and quality support service to the SDS by implementing administrative systems, procedures, and monitoring administrative projects in order for the SDS to perform his/her duties efficiently.

Administrative Assistant III

Norma A. Tiquis
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant II

Jonathan Martin R. Dimaano
Administrative Assistant II
Accounting Unit

• To support accounting operations by filing documents; reconciling statements; running software programs.

Administrative Assistant III

Roxann A. Malaluan
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Assistant II

Maria Angela L. Valencia
Administrative Assistant II
Cashier Section

Administrative Assistant I

Hazel O. Dimayuga
Administrative Assistant I
Budget Unit

• To provide general and routine clerical support to the budgeting officer in the preparation of budgetary requirements needed for submission to the DBM and reports in compliance to other attached agencies.
• To provide administrative support to the Finance Services functions.

Administrative Aide VI

Rosalinda M. Cabasal
Administrative Aide VI
Records Section

Administrative Assistant III

Rossete H. Mercado
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Aide VI

Cristhialyn Mae L. Platon
Administrative Aide VI
Office of the Schools Division Superintendent

• To assist management and staff and provide administrative support in the effective and efficient operation of the Office of the Schools Division Superintendent

Administrative Aide VI

Jasmin L. Quizon
Administrative Aide VI
Administrative Unit

• To provide clerical and secretariat support to AOV and administrative services function.

Administrative Aide VI

Mariecris K. Solanzo
Administrative Aide VI
Office of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

• To assist the management and staff and provide administrative support in the effective and efficient operation of the Office of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent

Administrative Aide VI

Sherwin C. Tapay
Administrative Aide VI
Cashier Section

• To provide assistance to the AO IV for Cash, in cash collection and disbursement, and in the preparations and submission of cash related reports.

Administrative Aide IV

Nemesio C. Endozo
Administrative Aide IV
Administrative Unit

• Provide transport service to the Schools Division Superintendent and deliver prompt and quality support service to the OSDS by assisting in the implementation of administrative systems, procedures and projects in order for the Director to perform his/her duties efficiently.

Administrative Aide II

Nestor G. Tolentino
Administrative Aide II
Administrative Unit

Administrative Aide I

Fred C. Capistrano
Administrative Aide I
Administrative Unit

Administrative Aide I

Rommel G. Samonte
Administrative Aide I
Administrative Unit

Administrative Aide I

Rizza D. Sanggalang
Administrative Aide I
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Aide I

Irene A. Tenorio
Administrative Aide I
Legal Unit

Administrative Aide I

Gerald V. Tumambing
Administrative Aide I
Administrative Unit

Administrative Assistant III

Jennylyn C. Lubrica
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Security Guard

Nestor R. Rivera
Security Guard
Administrative Unit

Administrative Assistant III

Aivel Jane P. Macasaet
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Assistant III

Sonia L. Mauhay
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Assistant III

Darryl H. Caponpon
Administrative Assistant III
Accounting Unit

• To maintain and safeguard the books, records and supporting schedules of the Division Office by keeping track of accounts, and verifying the accuracy of procedures used for recording financial data that are necessary for the preparation of timely and reliable reports which will aid the management in making informed decisions.

Administrative Assistant III

Venice Maureen O. Moren
Administrative Assistant III
Human Resource Management Office

Administrative Aide VI

Marcel I. Olan
Administrative Aide VI
Property and Supply Section

• To provide administrative support to the Supply Officer in the conduct of the inventory of physical properties, supplies, materials, and equipment and in maintaining proper storage, delivery, and issuance of such, to ensure adequate and timely provision of supplies and equipment to the management and staff of the SDO

Administrative Assistant II

Monette S. Braza
Administrative Assistant II
Human Resource Management Office


School Governance and Operations Division


Chief Education Supervisor

Minerva C. Caraos
Chief Education Supervisor
School Governance and Operations Division

• To provide strategic direction and technical inputs to the management of the schools division towards effective and efficient governance and operation of the schools and learning centers and in being accountable for its organizational effectiveness.
• To lead and manage the work of the team that will help ensure that Schools Division have the resources, technical assistance and are able to implement sustainable programs and projects to help schools establish and manage conducive learning environment and ensure learner readiness to learn.

Education Program Supervisor

Asuncion J. De Luna
Education Program Supervisor
School Governance and Operations Division

• To develop and supervise implementation of special programs and projects of the schools division office towards the holistic development of learners (non-curricular) and provide technical assistance to schools to help them implement sustainable programs and projects (programs related to learner development: e.g. palaro, leadership development, boy scouting, girl scouting, etc.) and educational support e.g. brigade eskwela, adopt a school, etc.)

Senior Education Program Specialist

Ariel D. Garcia
Senior Education Program Specialist
School Management Monitoring and Evaluation Section

• To provide technical support in implementing quality management systems in the schools division office, the schools and learning centers and monitor adherence to standards and policies towards effective and efficient delivery of quality basic education.
• To lead districts and schools/learning centers in the implementation of an M&E system to monitor their progress.

Senior Education Program Specialist

Roland D. Diaz, Ed. D.
Senior Education Program Specialist
Social Mobilization and Networking

• To assist in providing technical support to strengthening partnerships with both internal and external educational stakeholders and
• respond to the needs of the schools and learning centers for the resources and capacity to implement sustainable programs and projects to enhance the delivery of quality basic education.

Senior Education Program Specialist

Evelyn F. Castaneto
Senior Education Program Specialist
Human Resource and Training Division

• To provide technical support in the implementation of a strategic HRD plan, operationalize the HRD systems, develop its components to suit local institution, and provide technical assistance to the schools division through the TA teams, in order to deliver quality and sustainable HRD services towards acquisation and devepment of competent personnel in the region.
• To provide technical assistance in the preparation of the HR strategic and operational plans of schools and learning centers, and of the units in the division office.

Senior Education Program Specialist

Liezel M. Villanueva
Senior Education Program Specialist
Planning and Research Section

• To provide technical support and inputs in the preparation and updating of the school division’s 6-year strategic plan and annual work plans.
• To provide technical assistance in the preparation of the strategic and operational work plans of schools and learning centers, and of the units in the division office.

Planning Officer III

Melba B. Endozo
Planning Officer III
Planning and Research Section

• To provide descriptive and summary statistics and information that will be utilized for planning, budgeting, report preparation and policy direction as well as, ensure basic education data quality and access by intended users.
• To monitor and evaluate implementation of policies and guidelines related to planning and education and data management systems by the schools and learning centers.

Engineer III

Jeffrey M. Santos
Engineer III
Education Facilities Section

• Provide technical services for schools, learning centers, and the schools division office to have a physical environment that is conducive to effective teaching, learning and working by ensuring access to adequate, structurally and physically safe buildings, grounds and facilities according to the requirements and standards of an education and work facility that is environmentally sustainable, hazard free, gender sensitive and friendly to people with disability.

Medical Officer III

Dr. Perla M. De Castro
Medical Officer III
School Health and Nutrition Section

• To promote, protect and maintain the physical and mental well-being and readiness of learners to learn, by planning, formulating strategies for health and nutrition programs, to provide supervisory function to health personnel in the conduct and monitoring of Health and Nutrition Program Services and establishment of viable and sustainable linkages with educational partners and stakeholders.

Dentist II

Corazon I. Malaluan
Dentist II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To promote, protect and maintain the physical and mental well-being and readiness of learners to learn, by planning, formulating strategies for Dental health programs, to provide establishment of viable and sustainable linkages with educational partners and stakeholders with Dental Health Programs.

Dentist II

Santos R. Pagcaliwangan
Dentist II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To promote, protect and maintain the physical and mental well-being and readiness of learners to learn, by planning, formulating strategies for Dental health programs, to provide establishment of viable and sustainable linkages with educational partners and stakeholders with Dental Health Programs.

Education Program Specialist II

Elvie M. Malaluan
Education Program Specialist II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To assist in providing technical support in implementing quality management systems in the schools division office, the schools and learning centers and monitor adherence to standards and policies towards effective and efficient delivery of quality basic education.
• To assist districts and schools/learning centers in the implementation of an M&E system to monitor their progress.

Education Program Specialist II

Shella M. Masilang
Education Program Specialist II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To assist in providing technical support in implementing quality management systems in the schools division office, the schools and learning centers and monitor adherence to standards and policies towards effective and efficient delivery of quality basic education.
• To assist districts and schools/learning centers in the implementation of an M&E system to monitor their progress.

Education Program Specialist II

Joseph Christian C. Tapire
Education Program Specialist II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To assist in providing technical support in implementing quality management systems in the schools division office, the schools and learning centers and monitor adherence to standards and policies towards effective and efficient delivery of quality basic education.
• To assist districts and schools/learning centers in the implementation of an M&E system to monitor their progress.

Project Development Officer II

Raymund P. Bautista
Project Development Officer II
School Governance and Operations Division

• To coordinate with the NDRRM (CO and RO), Local Government, and other government agencies to implement mandated measures, programs and projects, in Disaster and Risk Management (DRRM) to the schools division so as to prepare and mitigate the effect of disaster on the delivery of basic education.
• To provide technical assistance to schools management in identifying, assessing and reducing the risks of disaster to educational facilities, workers and learners and dealing with environmental and other hazards that could trigger disaster.

Nurse II

Clara Catherine C. Alcain
Nurse II
School Governance and Operations Division

• Assist the Medical Officer in the implementation of Health and Nutrition Programs and Projects of the SDO.

Nurse II

Grace V. Camaganacan
Nurse II
School Governance and Operations Division

• Assist the Medical Officer in the implementation of Health and Nutrition Programs and Projects of the SDO.

Nurse II

Mary Cris M. Camara
Nurse II
School Governance and Operations Division

• Assist the Medical Officer in the implementation of Health and Nutrition Programs and Projects of the SDO.

Nurse II

Ana Marie D. Limbo
Nurse II
School Governance and Operations Division

• Assist the Medical Officer in the implementation of Health and Nutrition Programs and Projects of the SDO.

Nurse II

Chistian Malaluan
Nurse II
School Governance and Operations Division

• Assist the Medical Officer in the implementation of Health and Nutrition Programs and Projects of the SDO.

Project Development Officer I

Marissa M. Manguiat
Project Development Officer I
School Governance and Operations Division

• Perform technical tasks in the implementation and monitoring of the youth formation programs at the division level. The position is also responsible for assessing, crafting, and delivering youth formation programs that is contextualized and localized depending on the needs of the schools. The position is also responsible for providing technical assistance to schools and to provide policy recommendations at the division level.

Project Development Officer I

Angelica M. Sarmiento
Project Development Officer I
School Governance and Operations Division

• Perform technical tasks in the implementation and monitoring of the youth formation programs at the division level. The position is also responsible for assessing, crafting, and delivering youth formation programs that is contextualized and localized depending on the needs of the schools. The position is also responsible for providing technical assistance to schools and to provide policy recommendations at the division level.

Engineer II

Wilfredo P. Subaan
Engineer II
School Governance and Operations Division

Dental Aide

Rosario T. Araja
Dental Aide
School Governance and Operations Division


Curriculum Implementation Division


Chief Education Supervisor

Lorna R. Medrano, Ph. D.
Chief Education Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide strategic and technical inputs towards the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum, enforcing curriculum standards, localization and indigenization of the articulated curriculum to suit the conditions and context of the locality and ensuring access to quality and varied learning resources.
• To direct and manage the work of the CID team that will help manage curriculum implementation in the schools division and provide technical assistance to the schools in line with the curriculum and learning management.

Education Program Supervisor - MAPEH

Annie C. Atienza, Ed. D.
Education Program Supervisor - MAPEH
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - Kinder/SPED

Maria Fe C. Bautista
Education Program Supervisor - Kinder/SPED
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - English

Marife T. Morcilla, Ph. D.
Education Program Supervisor - English
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - Filipino

Fernando B. Enriquez, Ed. D.
Education Program Supervisor - Filipino
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - Math

Theresa G. Exconde
Education Program Supervisor - Math
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - TLE

Alberto M. Laroza
Education Program Supervisor - TLE
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - AP

Editha M. Malihan
Education Program Supervisor - AP
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - Science

Felipa A. Morada, Ed. D.
Education Program Supervisor - Science
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

Education Program Supervisor - Values / OIC-LRMDS

Edita T. Olan, Ed. D.
Education Program Supervisor - Values / OIC-LRMDS
Curriculum implementation Division

• To provide technical support in the full implementation of the articulated basic education curriculum for a subject area and the development of learning resource materials to suit the conditions and context of the locality.
• To provide technical assistance to the Schools in curriculum implementation, instructional supervision and learning materials development and quality assurance.
• (When part of LR Design and Development Team, may be assigned as Instructional Design and Development Coordinator)

• To supervise the development, production and distribution of all types of learning resources (printed, digital, multi-media, etc.) for use in the schools division so as to increase access to varied quality learning resources by intended users (i.e. teaching and learning resources and professional development materials)
• To improve delivery of the basic education curriculum.
• To provide technical assistance to the schools in the set-up, management, operations and maintenance of their Learning Resource Centers.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Fe M. Lacatan
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Leonides D. Chumacera, Ed. D.
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Raymundo S. Poral
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Manolito T. Medrano
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Ines A. Andal
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Julie G. Hermosura
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Emma L. Resaba
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Francia C. Silva, Ed. D.
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Edilberto O. Mercado, Ed. D.
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Public Schools District Supervisor

Lydia D. Sarmiento, Ed. D.
Public Schools District Supervisor
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To provide schools and learning centers in a district with relevant and timely service through the conduct of instructional supervision
- provision of technical assistance in school management and curriculum implementation
- establishing a conducive physical environment for learners and school workers
- sustaining strong and harmonious partnerships and collaboration among stakeholders in order to improve access to and delivery of quality basic education.

Administrative Aide VI

Marilyn M. Rocamora
Administrative Aide VI
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To assist the management and staff and provide administrative support in the effective and efficient operation of the CID Division.

Librarian II

Mary Grace L. Asa
Librarian II
Curriculum Implementation Division

• To manage, maintain, and monitor uploaded and catalogue of materials in the LRMDS portal and maintain the schools division library
• To provide technical assistance to the library hubs and Learning Resource Centers as well as monitor the effectiveness in the delivery of their services

Education Program Specialist II - Alternative Learning System

Gerardo R. Mosca
Education Program Specialist II - Alternative Learning System
CID

To provide basic education services to out-of-school children, youth and adults by assisting the PSDS in coordinating activities on ALS programs & projects; instructional supervision; monitoring & evaluation and provision of technical assistance to ALS Learning Facilitators (Mobile Teachers, DALSCs, Literacy Volunteers, Instructional Managers, Facilitators) at the District level.

Education Program Specialist II - Alternative Learning System

Arnel B. Casanova
Education Program Specialist II - Alternative Learning System
CID

To provide basic education services to out-of-school children, youth and adults by assisting the PSDS in coordinating activities on ALS programs & projects; instructional supervision; monitoring & evaluation and provision of technical assistance to ALS Learning Facilitators (Mobile Teachers, DALSCs, Literacy Volunteers, Instructional Managers, Facilitators) at the District level.

Project Development Officer II

Pamela A. Lalusin
Project Development Officer II
CID

• To assist the LR supervisor in forming and supporting the various LR design and development teams, coordinatingschedules content developers (writers, illustrators, editors, QA reviewers) and target outputs and sourcing out the necessary support for the teams including providers for the needed competencies (e.g. writer, editor, illustrator, creative and lay out artist etc.)
• To encode metadata and support content development activities as directed.
• To respond to individual users' queries and difficulties with the Web-based LRMDS, provide instructions and training, and diagnose and solve common problems.