Showing posts from August, 2015

SMCL holds climate change forum

To inform students of the updates on climate change issues, Saint Michael’s College of Laguna conducted a forum during the environmental awareness month.

“Greeneration,” the national project held annually by the Climate Change Commission had its own forum at St. Theodore Hall, Aug. 5.

Executive Director Mary Ann Lucille Sering, Vice Chairperson, Climate Change Commission led the forum entitled “One Earth, One Chance, Mitigating the Effects of Climate Change.”

Ms. Sering shared technical and socio-economic information relevant for the understanding of the risk of human-induced climate change.

Recognizing it as a major environmental problem facing the globe, she enumerated its effects to each person, to the community, to the country and to the world.

She showed a video presentation detailing ways to reduce global warming and possible solutions to global warming.

Ms. Sering also narrated her personal “go green” moves such as purchasing LED lights, using solar panels and minimizing the us…

Z Club wins its 7th international award

Winner for the seventh time!

Z Club of Laguna (ZCL), an organization of high school girls at Saint Michael’s College of Laguna, won its seventh international award for 2014-2015.

ZCL placed second in the 2015 Zonta International (ZI) Emma L. Conlon Service Award.
ZCL won for projects depicting the ideals of Zonta, an international organization of women in business.

Formed in 2001, ZCL was sponsored by Zonta Club of Laguna.

ZCL’s projects were categorized as School Service, Community Service and International Service.
Under School Service, the Club had the Leaders’ Hub, Health Alert on MERS COV and “Waste Not, Throw Not, Burn Not” Campaign.

For its Community service, Z Club members had the Street Markers, Buntis Fair and Literacy sessions for the mothers of Sitio Balimbing.

For International Service, they had the Anti-Violence against Women-16 Days of Activism, He for She and Global Trust for Sustainable Living.

Zonta District 17 Governor Lalivan Karnchanachari and ZI president-elect …

DepEd OKs SMCL Senior High offering

Department of Education CALABARZON approved on March 31 the application of Saint Michael’s College of Laguna (SMCL) to offer Senior High School (SHS) next year.

Said permit granted SMCL to open the new curriculum in Academic Year 2016-2017.

Jocelyn Andaya, Chair of the Senior High School–National Task Force/Director III sent the approval letter.

SMCL was permitted to offer the Academic Track with Accountancy and Business Management (ABM), Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), and Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMMS).

Junior High School Principal Emily A. Almendral reported that the current Grade 10 Michaeleans were grouped according to their choice of track. There are three (3) STEM sections, two (2) ABM and 1 combination of Sports and HUMMS.

(c) The Michaelean Herald