Showing posts from August, 2018

Private schools association installs SMCL president as new leader

Philippine Association of Private Schools, Colleges, and Universities (PAPSCU) installed its new leader, Dr. Lourdes Almeda-Sese, Saint Michael’s College of Laguna (SMCL) president on Aug. 26, at Makati Shangri La, Manila, Rizal Ballroom B.

During the 9th Installation and Turnover Ceremonies hosted by SMCL, Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada, PAPSCU Executive Director shared the new president’s experience and qualifications, while SMCL introduced the association through a multimedia presentation.

Then, Dr. Jose Paulo Campos, outgoing president of PAPSCU, and the new President Emeritus, inducted Dr. Sese in the oathtaking ceremony.

Ms. Rhodora Angela Ferrer, Executive Director of Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC), congratulated Dr. Sese and challenged the association to be resilient during the K to 12 transition.
In her acceptance speech, Dr. Sese made a commitment to lead the association to progress for the sake of Philippine private education sector.

As a way to congratulate PAPSC…

Research presentation held to honor late school director

Six faculty members presented their studies on Aug. 24 at St. Theodore Hall.

The papers, which were chosen to represent the best research produced this term, were part of the 3rd Milagros Limaco Paper Presentation, held in memory of the first school director.

Presenters were Dr. Socorro Rodriguez and Mr. Apollinaris Castelltort (waste management), Mrs. Ruth Ann Musngi (Grade School academic profile), Mr. T-Jay Medina (teacher motivation and ICT), Mr. Alfrie Sarmiento (facial recognition through dimension reduction), and Ms. Inecita Cuevas (outreach success stories).

Research on waste management, academic profile, and facial recognition elicited questions from the audience composed of Grade 10-12 and college students.

Students asked how the findings would be utilized by SMCL. The researchers commented that SMCL has taken initial steps such as waste segregation information campaign and intensive remedial classes for academically-challenged elementary pupils.

One of the plans to promote …