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List of Benefits for Teachers as Stated on Executive Order 201


On February 19, 2016, President Benigno S. Aquino III, signed Executive Order 201, with the long title “Modifying the Salary Schedule for Civilian Government Personnel and Authorizing the Grant of Additional Benifits for Both Civilian and Military and Uniformed Personnel.”

Executive Order 201

Executive Order 201

For some teachers, E.O. 201’s effect wouldn’t be felt by many as they find it a little too low to be considered as an increase to their monthly salary. Another note to ponder is that the said increase is still questionable for tax deductions.

But before we talk about the cons of E.O. 201, let’s get to know the benefits we can expect as stated in the said Order.

  1. Mid-year Bonus – This is equivalent to a one (1) month salary to be given not earlier than May 15.
  2. Enhanced Performance-Based Bonus (PBB) equivalent to one (1) up to two (2) months basic salary, to be implemented in 2 phases starting FY 2017.
  3. Year-end Bonus – The existing 13th month pay which is also equivalent to one (1) month salary and cash gift (P5,000), now will be given every November.
  4. Productivity Enhancement Incentive (PEI) – P5,000 to be given not earlier than December 15.


Teacher I P 528.00
Head Teacher I P 1, 097.00
Master Teacher I P 2, 101.00
Principal I P 2, 550.00
SDS I P 9, 662.00

Source: Executive Order 201

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  1. aubrey

    April 22, 2016 at 10:57 am

    hi ask lang po kung makakarecieve po ba ng mid-year bonus ang napermanent ng july 2016?

    • Omar S. Manalansan

      April 29, 2016 at 11:56 pm

      As far as I know po ay, yes Ma’am.

      • gemma lara

        June 10, 2016 at 10:57 am

        sir may PEI ba tayo nitong june or july?Thank you and more power!

        • Omar S. Manalansan

          June 20, 2016 at 3:13 pm

          Good day po! Ma’am only the listed ones above are those we can expect as per EO 201 is concerned po.

    • Purisima Balbin

      May 13, 2016 at 9:24 am

      july 2016 po b or last July 2015/….kc May pa po lang tayo..

      • Omar S. Manalansan

        May 18, 2016 at 9:46 am

        Oh, sorry naoverlooked ko po Ma’am. Tama po kayo. Malamang po ang ibig sabihin po ni Ma’am Aubrey ay July 2015.

    • Juvy Ramos Watson

      May 20, 2016 at 7:14 am

      meron po, pero the next year nyo po ma rereceived… ganon ako eh.. na permanent akong july 1

  2. Yolanda domantay

    April 29, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Kami sa sarangani ang nakakalito. Wala din kami last year.

  3. Maria Rodney Noynay

    May 4, 2016 at 12:39 pm


  4. Julie mamuad

    May 18, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    Same lang po ba ang mid year bonus at 14th month pay? Thanks.

    • Omar S. Manalansan

      May 18, 2016 at 8:42 pm

      Yes po Ma’am. Ang midyear bonus po ay ang 14th month pay.


    May 20, 2016 at 1:37 am

    hindi po pa makakatanggap ng mid year ang tulad ko na nag substitute lang mula december hangang ened of school year? last day of service ko po ay April 1.

    • Omar S. Manalansan

      May 20, 2016 at 8:33 pm

      Good day po. Not so sure po about your case po. Mas maigi po na makipag alam po kayo sa inyong district or division office po. Salamat po!

      • Lyka Rose

        July 16, 2016 at 6:22 pm


  6. Juvy Ramos Watson

    May 20, 2016 at 7:11 am

    binago lang mga pangalan..

  7. Marcelina B.Pili

    August 28, 2016 at 6:07 pm

    When po ibibigay ung PBB?

    • Omar S. Manalansan

      September 3, 2016 at 3:14 pm

      By October po Ma’am.

  8. Manuel A. Abada III

    October 16, 2016 at 9:21 pm

    I was hired last July 1, 2016 per my appointment letter. Should I receive the 13th month pay next month plus the 5K cash gift? And the PEI? THANKS!

  9. Ana Flor Orna

    October 20, 2016 at 10:37 am

    Hi! if proby ang status pero may item, entitled ba sa mga nabanggit na benefits? Like ung mga new teachers sa SHS.

  10. Jocelyn Mende Villarreiz

    October 21, 2016 at 10:18 am

    is it true na ang PBB equivalent to 1 t0 2 months salary?

  11. Mary Ann Mendoza

    November 17, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    Sir, what about July 18 yung appointment… will there be year-end or atleast cash gift kami matatanggap?

  12. Lance Bauno

    November 28, 2016 at 9:41 pm

    hi. ung misis ko deped teacher 1. june lng cya na hire as public school teacher. nag bigayan na ng 14th month pay for 2016 ung na recieve nya is 2,000 pesos flat. san kaya nakuha ung computation na un? please enlighten me bago ako mag take actions. im quite sure may malalagot. nhihiya lang ang misis ko pero ako hindi kasi kapos talaga sa buhay.

  13. Anam central visayas

    March 3, 2017 at 9:49 pm

    Sir tutuo ba yong lahat na binangigit na benifets ay makukuha namin? Baka paasa Lang yon pahihintay …..

    • Omaru

      March 12, 2017 at 10:10 am

      Totoo po yan kasi stated po yan sa E.O. 201 signed by former President Aquino. Nasa batas na po iyan at yan po ay natanggap na po ng mga public school teachers gaya ng inyong lingkod.

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How to Write an Essay on Sally Field Sybil

Essays on Sibyl TV series require knowing the plot structure

Learn what to write in your essay on Sally Field Sybil topic to compose a substantial and exhaustive paper. The following post gives plenty of tips.

How to Write an Essay on Sally Field Sybil

Although, essays on the known TV series might seem to be an easy task to fulfill at first, there are occasions when an in-depth study of the topic is required to highlight some remarkable facts of actors’ biography. A famous American television miniseries Sybil is just the case. Sally Field acquired a role, which seemed to reflect lots of her personal dramas and to uncover her full potential as an actress.

Her complex and dramatic character was unveiled in the best way possible making viewers deeply sympathize with the turmoil she suffered. The following post will try to cover some key aspects of an essay devoted to this series.


After you’ve finished the introduction part it is recommended that you mention some biographical facts your readers might find peculiar. One should stress that Sally Field grew up in the family where quarrels and fights between mother and stepfather were quite a frequent issue.

This period of life had left an abiding mark in Sally’s memory but, at the same time, helped her to fully embrace a future role. Many critics admit that Sally Field Sybil wouldn’t be played so perfectly if the actress didn’t fall into her role. It was more than just playing Sybil, it was becoming Sybil.

Movies and Series Featuring Sally Field

Speaking of essays on TV series topics, a paper of this sort should contain the exhaustive information about the roles and movies an actor or actress featured in. This helps readers to get a clear picture of actor’s professional experience, same as his/her path to the glory and general recognition.

For Sally Field the fame came after she had played the lead role in the known sitcom Gidget of 1965. It was the start point of her future career as an actress. Further years paved the way for the roles in the movies and series like

  • The Flying Nun (Elsie Ethrington)
  • Smokey and the Bandit (Carrie/’Frog’)
  • Norma Rae (Norma Rae)
  • Places in the Heart (Edna Spalding)

It is notable that in the period from 90’s to 00’s Sally worked behind the scene as a film director and didn’t show up on the screen much. The only remarkable role that she had was Miranda Hillard in the comedy Mrs. Doutfire, which is still thought to be one of the best family movies.


This part of your work should concentrate exactly on her character in the 1976 TV series Sybil. You may draw a parallel between the other roles of an actress and make your own claims regarding the things making her an all-round person. It is, surely, your choice what to focus on.

As one probably knows, Sally Field played a woman named Sybil who suffered from dissociative identity disorder. As the story develops, a viewer discovers that the woman has multiple personalities ‘living’ inside her.

Naturally, this fact leads to the occurrence of drama and total inability to live a normal social life. One personality exchanges the other and some of those are capable of doing harm to Sybil, but the woman seems to not know about that.

When analyzing such a complex character or, better to say, a number of characters played by one and the same person one, surely, needs to pay close attention to the backgrounds causing this kind of disorder.

As some people say, things happen for a reason, and Sybil’s life was not an exception. It is expected that you carefully study the woman’s relationships with her mother and make your own conclusions regarding the matter as it appears to be an important aspect to cover.

In closing, we’d like to add that writing a substantial essay on a mentioned TV series topic might probably require watching all of the seasons of a given movie. If you skip some particular parts you might miss an important plot component that is needed to better understand a character, as well as her motives and rueful feelings.

When you start composing your essay try to take a complex approach to unveiling the character. Think what you’d feel while experiencing the same turmoil and you’ll know what aspects to highlight.

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Kumusta at Paalam Graduation Song by Sapang Alat Choir

Each year, during graduation season, it is not just a common practice but a tradition to look for the best, memorable, and tear-jerking graduation songs. Today, I’ll be sharing with you “Kumusta at Paalam” , an originally composed graduation song that will surely bring jitters to your school’s year end rites should you decide to use it.

Kumusta at Paalam / Graduation / Moving Up Song

Performed by: Sapang Alat Choir / Youth Siklab
Music & Words by: Ashdevon

Ito’y isang paalam
Salamat sa makabuluhang yugto
Taglay ang lahat ng natutunang kaalaman
Muli kong hahamunin ang mundo
Lahat ng pangarap ko’y mas malapit na ngayon
Sumpang sa kinabukasan puso’y itutuon
Kumusta(Kamusta) at paalam dito na nagtutugma
Ang bukas ng kahapon ngayon na ang simula
Kumusta at paalam dito na nagtutugma
Ano mang ibigay ng mundo kami ay nakahanda
Malaking pasasalamat
Sa aming magulang at mga guro
Sa walang sawang pagpasensya’t pagmamahal
Asahan na hindi kayo mabibigo
Lahat ng pangarap ko’y mas malinaw na ngayon
Takot sa panginoon ANG puso’y itutuon
Repeat Chorus:

Kumusta at Paalam is an original composition of Ashdevon, a Songwriter/Composer, Vocal & Music Arranger , a Chorale Trainer, Instrumentalist, and an Indie Artist.

It was performed by Sapang Alat Choir (Ella Joyce Angeles, Clarizze Supremedo, Eunice Conde, Patricia Ann Conde, Alyzza Supremedo, Leizel)

In his YouTube channel, Ashdevon described Kumusta at Paalam:

Ito po ay isang awit sa pagpupugay sa lahat ng mga nagtapos/magtatapos, mga dakilang guro at mga pinaka mamahal na mga magulang. Ito po ay sadyang isinulat para sa konsepto ng pagtatapos.”

If you want to have a FREE copy of the instrumental/minus one and lyric sheet of Kumusta at Paalam Graduation Song/Moving Up Song, please contact Ashdevon and the original singers through the following channels:

or send him at email at:

If you ever decide to use Kumusta at Paalam as your school’s graduation song for this school year, please do not forget to give credits to its original singers and composers. Thank you so much!


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Mountain Teachers Dangerously Cross a River on Their Way to School

A video of teachers risking their lives by crossing a river a on their way to school has gone viral on Facebook. The video was uploaded by Sir Ryan Pugales, an elementary teacher from Bukidnon.

Mountain Teachers Dangerously Cross a River

Photo courtesy of Sir Ryan Pugales


As of writing, the video has already been viewed 22 thousand times and is being shared continuously. Teachers and other Facebook users who have watched the video urged Sir Ryan to send the video to the higher authorities to let them know of such situation our fellow teachers from Bukidnon are currently facing, everyday.

Unparalleled Devotion to Service

Teaching, among all other professions, probably is the most demanding job there is but it’s also one the most rewarding job one can have. The video below only proves how much sacrifice we are willing to do in our efforts to provide quality education to our pupils.

On a sad note, it is a MUST for our government to be enlightened about the sacrifices of teachers and aid them in whatever way they can to lessen situations like these wherein teachers risk their own lives on their way to school.

All credits goes to Sir Ryan Pugales for the video footage. His original post can be seen here.

Please share this article so we can spread the message and make the higher authorities in our department be aware of this. Thank you.

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