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Reg’l pre-planning meeting
holds at CBNHS

To map-out plans and thresh out problems, issues and concerns for the coming 2008 Regional Literacy Day celebration,  Third Quarterly conference and Awarding ceremony of Alternative Learning System Division (ALSD); pre-planning meeting was held at Calamba Bayside National High School, Aug.15.

The participants on the said meeting were fourteen (14) ES –I, ALS; five members of the Regional Core of trainors; two regional Supervisors and two Regional Coordinators. The meeting was presided by Dr. Angelina L. Umali, Officer in Charge ALSD.

In addition, the regional ALS awarding will be held at Calamba Elementary School, Division of Calamba City on Sept. 22-25. In this event all the winners will be announced from the most outstanding mayor to the most outstanding mobile teachers.

Rudder talks on language
fluency dev’t

“We teachers can do big in breaking the barriers to fluency in our language.”

This was the words he stressed in his lecture forum on the Role of Grammar in the Curriculum and Language Fluency Development : Breaking the Barriers for Success held at Benitez Theater, College o Education, UP Diliman, Quezon City, Sept. 16.

Dr. Michael E. Rudder, Regional English Language Officer U.S. Embassy, gave emphasis that in having the grammar practice, teachers should use the form-based, meaning-based and communication-based.

“We must practice reflecting authentic language in real life contexts, integrate with the four basic skills, use visual aids such as charts graphs maps, pictures and realia if possible to gain positive results”, he added.

He also said that attention to purpose and communication need motivator such as humor, games and personalization, the mode of presentation (oral/written), the explanation to balance between accuracy. Simplicity should also take into consideration.

“Practice is the Key! Don’t worry about mistakes! And Have Fun!” These were the ending reminders that Dr. Rudder left to all teachers of language.

On the other hand, participants of the said lecture forum were teachers, professors, Deans from different Universities and colleges including   Ms. Andrea C. Señadoza and Mrs. Marisa A. Dedumo from Calamba Bayside National High School.

DepEd honors Chipeco in
his 66th b-day

By: Christi Victoria Cascaso

DepEd Calamba City Division conducted a program entitled “Tanging Ikaw” (Only You) as a birthday present to Hon. Joaquin “Jun”Chipeco Jr.,Calamba City Mayor, in his 66th b-day celebration at Chipeco Auditorium, Jose Rizal Memorial School  ,Aug.14.

The said program started with a dance number from DepEd family entitled “Todo con Todo” which depicted the theme of the party: Looking back to 60’s. A time talking to the creator given by Looc National High School and a simple message delivered by Dr. Myrna Pamplona, SDS of Calamba City. A line-up of performances given by JRMS teachers for their modern steps; a cabaret steps by the Division Personnel and City College Administrators; Rock n’ Roll rendition of City  College of Calamba  and the track of fingers from Theater Arts students of Calamba Bayside National High School .

Moreover, Mrs. Nini Chipeco, wife of the mayor, and his son, Congressman Justine Marc Chipeco did a toast to hail for the better tomorrow , followed by a moment of expressing what is in the head of the birthday celebrant-Mayor Joaquin Chipeco.

Reg’l ALS 3rd quarterly confab
holds at Calamba

To recognize one’s contribution and achievement to the successful implementation of the DepEd’s Thrust, “Education for All”, the 2008 Regional Literacy Day celebration, awarding and ALS Third Quarterly conference was held at LLC auditorium, Central II, Division of Calamba City, Sept. 22-25.

Dr. Paraluman R. Giron, Director IV of Region IV-A CALABARZON, gave an inspiring message to the participants and awardees of ALS. Her message unleashed the Theme “To teach, Touch and Transform lives forever: A collaborative Partnership to ALS”.

The said program started with a cultural presentation rendered by students of Calamba Bayside National High School followed by the Grand Salvo, singing of National Anthem and an invocation led by selected DepEd Calamba City Teachers.

The program was highlighted by giving of recognition to ALS implementers and stockholders who have exhibited greatness of spirit in extending services to the depressed and the marginalized poor through education.

Awards were given to the Most Functional Community Learning Centers, Most Outstanding Principal consultant, Most Outstanding Literacy Program, Most Outstanding Local Government Units for the 5th Class Municipality; 4th Class Muni8cipality; 3rd Class Municipality; 2nd Class municipality and Components Cities.

Certificates of recognition and a special recognition to Hall of Fame were also awarded to the winners.

CBNHS hosts 1st reg’l training on
ALS focus on CLET

Like every schools, there is always the first time. And this was a day to remember when Calamba Bayside National High School (CBNHS) became the venue of the Regional Training on Alternative Learning System (ALS) which focuses on Computer Literacy Enhancement Training (CLET).

ALS conducted a three- day regional training on Project CLET held on July 9-11 (1st batch) and July 16-18 (2nd batch).

Topics shared to mobile teachers were focus on the following: Computer Fundamentals which was discussed by Mr. Noel Merino and Ms. Norilyn Narciso; Networking Fundamentals by Mr. Efren Claveles and Mr. Glenn Alano; 

        The Harnessing ICTs for Philippine Basic Education elaborated by Ms. Solidad Jaime; Concepts  of information and communication tehnology which was discussed by Ms. Eulalia Lorenzo; Internet ,on line Educational tools and resources given by Ms. Rosalinda Nunez and Word processing by Ms. Arlene Coronado.

Moreover, making of spreadsheet was presented by Mr. Marius Dimagiba and the slide presentation was prepared by MS. Eden Reyes.

Furthermore, the program was graced by the speech delivered by Dr. Rosemarie Felicidad Saet, Director III of Region IV-A CALABARZON.

The training was attended by 144 participants to include Dr. Angelina Umali, ES-II, ALSD;Dr. Nelia Motero,Mrs. Alaine Balaogan, Regional ALS Coordinator; and Dr. Eulogio Tañala Jr.,ES –I, ALS Calamba City.

Mr. Florentino Lara and Dr. Lourdes Bermudez acted as the masters of ceremonies in the said party.

Furthermore, the Burning Bush Band, male voices, gave touch to all guests by rendering song numbers.

CBNHS take part in Project W.O.W.

By: Eureka Soccoro Cascaro

Due to motive of beautifying Alma Mater, Calamba Bayside National High School (CBNHS) held the launching of War on Waste (WOW), a project of the Supreme Student Government (SSG) at the Multi-Purpose Gym of Palingon, Calamba City; August 14.

The project of the school was spearheaded by Ms Olivia S. Peduche, Principal II of CBNHS; and Mrs. Elisa Habacon, adviser of the SSG organization. The students were oriented about the project and contest of SSG for the whole year, “Every Room a Groom”. Each room is obliged to do their duties to get high points on the following criteria: 50 % segregation; 10 % participation; and 40 % cleanliness for a total of 100%. Every day, classrooms will be monitored by Ms. Peduche to check the cleanliness of each classroom. The class who gathered the highest points will have an award at the end of the year.

Morover, DepEd Memorandum no. 38 s. 2000  and pursuant to the DepEd order no. 72 s. 2003 which mandates establishment of the youth for the environment in school organization, lessons on Solid Waste Management should be taught in first year to fourth year. Integration of proper waste disposal in Araling Panlipunan, Industrial Arts, Agricultural Education and MAPEH should be done.Cleanliness and beautification drive in the community should be part of the community service in CAT.

After the launching of the project, a clean up drive had been conducted together with the students who joined the following organizations: SSG, Sining sa Baybay Lawa ng Laguna, CAT Organization and Boy Scouts of CBNHS. The clean up drive took place in front of the school all the way to the road going to Baywalk. With the guidance given by some of the teachers of CBNHS the clean up drive was successfully done. This served as the signal for the start of the project conducted by the SSG officials.

The SSG, together with the respected teachers Ms. Peduche and Mrs. Habacon were hoping that all students will do their duties well; and they were also hoping that this will be a stepping stone in achieving a clean and green environment.

Meanwhile, CBNHS never stopped in the fulfilment of the project. Again students joined in the cleaning drive of the Laguna lake which was instigated last Sept.20 at the Baybay Lawa of Calamba. The said program was also sponsored by the Local Government Units of the Calamba City.