Teachers’ Scheduling System for Novaliches High School


  • Norguiana Dumacil
  • Cyrus Servo
  • Aleph Jade Mahilum
  • Jan Dave Bernardino
  • Ma Darelyn Pecayo
  • Alejandro Adovas


scheduling system, scheduling


Technology is extremely useful for every individual to make every process easier. Technology provides great opportunities for learning effectively for everyone with different needs. The researchers proposed a scheduling system for the teachers of Novaliches High School to make organizing hourly shifts of teaching and coming up with a teacher’s schedule with a perfect timetable faster and easier. The client encountered problems such as long hours consumed, problems in record keeping, conflict in teachers’ schedules, and lack of security. The proposed system is an accurate, easier, and faster process of scheduling that helps the staff administrator to lessen their work and problem for providing a teacher’s schedule. The systems development life cycle waterfall model was one of the methods used by the researchers to develop a computerized scheduling system. This method helps as a guide for the researchers to plan who will be their client, analyze the problem on their current scheduling, and design the proposing system. In the analysis stage, the researchers interviewed the clients to gather data. The researchers designed and developed the system to solve the client’s problems. The findings of the researchers showed that the current scheduling system will be computerized. The unsecured file and data of the teachers will be secured, no time will be consumed because of the other features of the scheduling system, the conflict of schedule will be accurate, the record will be kept in one place, and backup files are available. Overall, the proposed system is successful.



How to Cite

Dumacil, N. ., Servo, C. ., Mahilum, A. J. ., Bernardino, J. D. ., Pecayo, M. D. ., & Adovas, A. . (2020). Teachers’ Scheduling System for Novaliches High School. Ascendens Asia Singapore – Bestlink College of the Philippines Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, 2(1). Retrieved from https://ojs.aaresearchindex.com/index.php/aasgbcpjmra/article/view/2365

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