This study was conducted to determine the relationship between teachers’ ethical conduct and work performance. The study used the descriptive-correlational research design with 86 public elementary school teachers in President Roxas Central District as respondents. The respondents were selected using a complete enumeration sampling method. The study made use of a self-constructed questionnaire for the aspect of teachers’ ethical conduct while the Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) was utilized for the teachers’ work performance. Descriptive statistics were gathered through a survey questionnaire, part one of which described the socio-demographic profile of the teacher-respondents. The data on teachers’ ethical conduct was taken from the respondents’ reply to statements in the second part of the questionnaire that determined their level of ethical conduct of teachers towards students, professional colleagues, practices and performances, and parents and community. The descriptive data were analyzed using frequency, percentage distribution, and mean. Pearson r was used for correlational analysis to determine the relationship between the independent variable and the dependent variable. Hence, teachers’ ethical conduct does not influence work performance. The study implies that teachers can still attain a high level of performance regardless of their ethical conduct.