Friday, August 24, 2007
Thursday, August 23, 2007
- August 23 – 25, 2007
Ms. Edna Taganile (Science teacher) will attend a seminar-workshop organized by the Department of Education Regional Office on High School Physics in Iloilo City.
- August 24, 2007
Ms. Emily Sales Diaz (Guidance counselor) will attend a seminar organized by he NOPSSCEA on “Healing through the Developmental Stages” in Bacolod City.
- August 30, 2007
Ms. Edna Taganile (Science teacher) will attend a seminar organized by the Department of Education Regional Office on “Orientation on Safety Measures in Science Laboratory” in
- September 7, 2007
Mrs. Haydee Casiple, Mrs. Janice Caspe and Sir Matthew Ledesma will attend the seminar organized by NOPSSCEA on Instructional Learning Competencies in Bacolod City. Resource speaker is Dr. Allan de Guzman.
- September 7 – 8, 2007
Ms. May Santillan (Librarian) will attend a seminar-workshop organized by the PRISSAAP (Private Secondary Schools Administrators Association of the
- September 11, 2007
Mrs. Sheila Buenconsejo and Sir Armando Gayatenia, Jr. will attend a seminar-workshop on Cheer Dance Techniques organized by the PE Department of the Univ. of St. La Salle-Bacolod City.
Monday, August 20, 2007
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I am a Manileno but studied college in
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Saturday, August 18, 2007
A pleasant day to you! I am Julie Ann L. Estardo. My friends call me Jul. I am now a Grade 9 student at St. Francis of Assisi School of Silay City. I was born on August 7, 1992. I am now 14 years old.
My father is Danilo J. Estardo and my mother is Luzviminda L. Estardo. I have 1 brother and 3 sisters. They are Jerome, Jessica, Joice Ann, and Jelaine. I am the second among my siblings.
During my free time, I like to go along with my friends. My favorite subject in school is Mathematics because I can do well in this subject and I learn faster.
I dream of becoming an accountant because as what I have mentioned I'm good in numbers and besides, this course is what I really want to study when I will be in college.
Thank you for your time in reading this. I hope you were able to know me a little better through it. Thank you also for sending me to school. Because of you, I am now closer to my dream of becoming an accountant someday. God bless you.
Julie Ann L. Estardo
Thursday, August 16, 2007
I borrowed her copy and scanned it. Check it out! It’s so cool! --- Kawanggawang Tapulanga, Handog ng Pamilya Ledesma!
Current Events Digest is a Dept. of Education approved supplementary material for Social Studies in elementary.
The week isn’t over yet but so much has happened in school already. We just finished our First Quarter Examinations (Monday and Tuesday). Yesterday, thanks to the help of our USLS Supervisor, Ms. Tina Navarro, who facilitated these 2 activities, the members of the Young Explorers’ Club and the Book Lovers Club went on a field trip to
I spoke with the moderator of the Young Explorers’ Club today and she shared that the students enjoyed a lot and learned some interesting things that we can follow in school. For example, they learned that flowers can be preserved! This will be their next project!
In the same afternoon, the Campus Ministry members visited the elderly of Hda. Tinihaban. They entertained the “lolos” and “lolas”, shared some snacks with them and got to know them.
Today, the 2nd year students together with their adviser, Ms. Edna Taganile, attended a recollection for the day at the
SFAS was represented by 3 students (Ydsan Dongon Grade 6, Raquel Medina 3rd year, and Juan Cesar Lim 4th year) in the SM City Bacolod Poster-Making contest last August 11, 2007 as part of their celebration of Buwan ng Wika. The theme was “Maraming Wika, Matatag na Bansa.” Of the 110 participants, Ydsan and Raquel made it to the top 20! Incidentally, Ydsan’s and Raquel’s groups won 1st prize in the school’s own on-the-spot poster-making contest held last Aug. 1, 2007.
We’re so proud of all of you!
FYI, I am circle 1 of St. Scholastica's Academy in 1984 while my brother JR is circle 49 of La Salle Bacolod in 1996. Other classmates of JR in high school who are Search-inners as well will be visiting and helping out. My batchmate who is Circle 2, Dean Ervie Gallespen, will be giving a talk.
Please include the success of the Search-In in your prayers. And we're open for donations as well to cover for the meals of the facilitators and other expenses of the retreat.
The teachers also nominated among themselves the following "special" awards and the winners for these awards for the first quarter are: Ms. Congeniality and English Proficiency - Lina Gabino, Most Outstanding Homeroom Adviser, Well-Groomed and Most Industrious - Ariel Gabino, Most Outstanding Subject Teacher - JR Abello, Most Improved - Haydee Casiple and Armando Gayatenia, Jr., and Most Cooperative - Emily Sales Diaz. The awardees were given certificates of recognition!
Congratulations and keep up the good work!