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April 2017 ECE, ECT Favorable Results for DLSL

De La Salle Lipa has another reason to celebrate for the
recent success of its April 2017 Electronics Engineers (ECE) Licensure
Examination and Electronics Technicians (ECT) passers. The PRC Board of
Electronics Engineering administered the examinations in April 2017 in the
cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu and Davao.



 



The institution scored 44.44% in the ECE exam with the
following passers:



ENGR. ALCANTARA, JOSEF RENZ
CASTILLO

ENGR. BEJASA, KEVIN MATRICK GUPIT 

ENGR. CUSTODIO, FRANZ LOUIE DRIZ 

ENGR. DEL MUNDO, MA. SOPHIA CHRISTINE MATEO



 



Meanwhile,
DLSL garnered 75% passing rate in the ECT exam with the following passers:



GONZALES, ERICKA JOY VALENZUELA, ECT

MANTUPAR, KRISELLE ABBY LORENO, ECT

SUAREZ, SHARLENE BERON, ECT





DLSL Chief Librarian Shares Expertise in Fora
Always ready to extend help and support in response to the needs of libraries and information center in academic and government libraries in select areas of CALABARZON, the Chief Librarian, Lilian Rabino, shared her knowledge, expertise, and experience in her field of work.  

Her initial speaking engagement for the school year 2016-2017 took place on September 8, 2016 when the Librarians Association of Quezon Province-Lucena (LAQuep-LInc) invited her on their 10th Year Founding Anniversary at St. Jude Multi-Purpose Cooperative, Coop Hotel and Event Center, Tayabas City. Rabino focused on the topic "Transforming Libraries: Valuing Best Practices." 

Her next stint was followed by a presentation on "Training on the Management of Mobile Library." It was an eventful gathering that was appreciated by the Municipality of Rosario, Province of Batangas last February 20, 2017. It brought municipal workers of Rosario ideas on how to implement Bookmobile project for the identified barangays. Basic organization and management of Bookmobile materials and how to make it functional were comprehensively discussed with the participants.

A month after, March 20, 2017, through the initiative of LRMDS team, the Chief Librarian was invited by the group of teacher-librarians and principals of the DepEd-Division of Batangas and supported the quest of DepEd to establish Learning Centers in all schools as stipulated in DO no.6, s 1998. She discussed  "Establishing Linkages, Creating Librarie ".

Rabino considered it an immense honor and privilege to assist and equip other librarians and teachers the necessary skills and knowledge in managing learning resource centers, mentor them in organizing materials the simplest way, give them insights on the importance of libraries and librarians, provide them tips in planning fun and engaging activities for students, and build linkages among different organizations for their libraries to fully function.
 


SAYA Alay kay Lolo at Lola 2017
A total of 1,115 third year college students assembled and warmly welcomed the senior citizens from Barangays Tibig, Mataas Na Lupa, and Makina in Lipa and Balete, Batangas on March 10, 2017 at the SENTRUM.

The program dubbed "SAYA Alay kay Lolo at Lola" is organized regularly by the Community Involvement Office under the "Lasalyanong Pagtugon at Pagbubukas-Palad," in cooperation with the Lipa City Federation of Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (LICFOSCA). It is an annual event that brings both the young ones and young once together in an interactive undertaking.

In fact, presentations were packed with thoughtful performances and segments that affirmed the guests' self-worth, which eventually bonded the two groups.

Although the young Lasallians were meant to provide entertainment, the senior citizens, donned in elegant Baro't Saya and Barong Tagalog, delighted the crowd with their dance and song numbers.
 
After a half-day activity, the processing deeply moved the blended groups and brought tears to their eyes following a profound reflection on the short-lived bonding. Such a heartwarming scene often occurs every time the groups are about to part ways, similar to the previous batch of students who rediscovered and learned to value more the senior citizens.




DLSL's Digital Campus Innovation for the Ultimate Client Experience
As the institution embarks on a digital frontier, members of the DLSL community are engaged in the development and progress of the project that will greatly benefit everyone.  Changes and repercussions have been discussed initially to multi-sector representatives while other members are taking turns in partaking in town hall meetings to acquire the necessary information related to their area.

The recent assembly was composed of around 600 student leaders from the colleges, led by the Student Government and the Council for Student Organization at the SENTRUM on March 15, 2017. 

Chief Strategy and Advancement Officer (CSAO), Arnold Capuloy, initiated the meeting by presenting the improvements underway, followed by the Chief Technology and Innovation Officer, Jose Orlando Lozada, who provided a walk-through of the institution's Digital Campus Framework.

From pre- to post-engagement, De La Salle Lipa's Digital Campus project will deliver optimized services through an innovative channel to achieve total client experience.

The CTIO underscored the highlights such as the Learning Management System (LMS), which will be the core of the academe's platform in virtual interaction between teachers and students through video conference, email, personal message and chat; centralized source of information and education; and utilization of blended learning, to name a few. LMS will take education to new heights, as learning practically takes place anytime and anywhere.

Another focus of the Digital Campus that was discussed was the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD). This will allow students to bring their own gadget to access LMS or other online platforms for education without requiring the purchase of a specific brand of device or operating system due to DLSL's device-agnostic network. 

Another new feature to be introduced in the next school year is the Network Electronic Transaction plus ID System (Next plus ID). This enhances security features on campus as it reports the exact time a student enters and exits the school premises. Students that are not enrolled in a particular subject cannot access the classroom or venue.  It could be used for cashless transactions in the cafeteria, bookstore and the like. Embedded in the existing function is the library access. 

Meanwhile, President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Jose Amisola FSC, was also in attendance and readily answered queries and addressed students' concerns. 

As the Digital Campus project is underway, more updates will be communicated to the DLSL community for the progress and any modifications.




Accountancy Alumnus: Uniform CPA Passer
Cum Laude and Star Scholar, Jerome Andre Medrano Lim, Accountancy major Batch 2016, was among the passers of the Uniform Certified Public Accountant (CPA) Examination held November 2016 to February 2017 in Alameda, California.

Lim took the examination in separate dates to complete the four sections with equivalent topics in the Philippines. First of which was the Business Environment and Concepts, equivalent to Management Advisory Services, taken on November 10, 2016; second was the Regulation or Tax and Law, taken on December 9, 2016; third was the Financial Accounting and Reporting or the FAR and AFAR, taken on February 3, 2017; and, fourth was the Auditing and Attestation, taken on March 10, 2017. Results were released on March 21, 2017.

The young alumnus candidly chronicled his journey beginning with his application for Certification of Educational Equivalency (Degree Level Comparison: Comparative Bachelor's Degree awarded by a regionally accredited institution of higher education in the United States) issued by an accredited agency, Academic & Credential Records, Evaluation and Verification Service (ACREVS) in Milpitas, California. His transcript of records and diploma were carefully assessed and evaluated by the said agency before issuing its certification to be submitted to the California Board of Accountancy (CBA), which in turn gave its approval on October 3, 2016.

Since he migrated to the US ten days after his college graduation, he never got the chance to take formal review nor take the CPA in the Philippines. Thus, he opted to take the online review course - Wiley CPA Excel Review. Eventually, his inherent talent and diligence paid off.

Uniform CPA "is designed to assess the knowledge and skills of entry-level CPAs need to practice public accountancy," according to the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA), one of the significant "contributors of the exam, developed by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA)."
 
NASBA's website further explained that the exam "is one of the 'Three Es' (Education, Examination and Experience) that is required for licensure as a CPA in the US. The successful completion of the Uniform CPA Exam is a requirement in all 55 jurisdictions."





BSBA-FM Studes Win Big in A-BEST Congress
Attended by colleges and universities from all over the country, the De La Salle Lipa delegates shone in the 4th National Congress of the Alliance of Business Educators and Students of the Philippines, Inc. (A-BEST Phils., Inc.) last March 3-5, 2017 at the Baguio-Benguet Community Credit Cooperative Building, Assumption Rd., Baguio City.

DLSL was represented by three graduating finance students, namely Peter Adrian Castillo, Grace Ann Cipriaso and Angelica Joy Viceral together with the professors, Lanie Santos and Maria Delia Poot, and administrator, Wilfreda Dimaano, of the College of Business Economics, Accountancy and Management.

The three-day congress focused on the theme "Change Management: Multilateral Efforts Toward Unilateral Goal" which aimed to remind business educators and students that they should not be afraid to be in a totally new environment, situation and perspective.

Alongside other student representatives, the DLSL delegates competed in group and individual quiz bowls in the fields of finance, marketing, economics and management.

Moreover, together with their adviser Lanie Santos, they successfully participated in the first business concept development competition of the said national congress.

DLSL received major awards in Group Competitions: Champion - Business Quiz Bee, First Runner Up - Business Concept Development Competition; and Individual Competitions: Finalist - A-BEST Student of the Philippines - Angelica Joy Viceral, Champion - Management Quiz Bee - Peter Adrian Castillo, Second Runner Up - Economics Quiz Bee - Peter Adrian Castillo.

The congress also showcased 16 carefully selected research papers from both educators and students, four of which were from De La Salle Lipa, namely, "Effect of Workplace Spirituality and Organizational Citizenship Behavior on Organizational Health" by Wilfreda D. Dimaano, DBA; "Correlates between Parents' Perception on the Trimestral System and Openness to Change"by Lanie M. Santos, MMT; "Credit Risk Management of De La Salle Schools in Luzon" by Maria Delia M. Poot, MMT; and "Impact of Organizational Growth on the Profitability of Publicly Listed Companies in the Philippine Stock Exchange" by Peter Adrian Castillo, Grace Ann Cipriaso, Marhiel Aira Mia and Angelica Joy Viceral.

The A-BEST Phils, Inc. is a non-profit organization established in 2011 for the purpose of promoting quality and ethical business education in the country.



Green Chevrons Reap Major, Minor Awards in Regional Tourneys
After making their mark and leaving a lasting impression, the Green Chevrons' hard work paid off and earned their well-deserved accolades in several recently concluded tournaments.

On February 13-18, 2017, the young Lasallians reaped several awards at the Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association (STCAA) held in Sta. Cruz Laguna. Top winners will be representing the region at the forthcoming Palarong Pambansa 2017 in San Jose de Buenavista, Antique in April 2017.   

For team events that emerged as champions in volleyball were Elementary Boys and Girls, and the High School Girls. Second runners-up in basketball were the High School Boys, and Elementary Boys.

As for swimming - individual events, medalists were Ethan Roy Go - gold in 200 Breaststroke, bronze in 100 Breaststroke, gold in 4x50m Medley, and silver in 200 Individual Medley; Ani Danya Ona - gold in 100m Breaststroke and in 200 M Breaststroke, bronze in 4x50m Medley relay, and silver in 4x50 Free Relay; Robin Luise Tolentino - silver in 200m Backstroke, silver in 4x50m Medley, bronze in 200m Backstroke, and bronze in 4x50m Free Relay; and Gabrielle Madeleine Gonzalvo - silver in 100m Butterfly and bronze 200M Breaststroke.

Bronze medalist in table tennis was Elah Sarelle Perez.

After a fruitful STCAA venture, the Green Chevrons faced their challengers at the 18th Season of the NCAA-South (second phase) held last February 21 and 22 at San Beda Alabang.

Champions in badminton were High School Girls and Boys, and College Women; champions in table tennis were High School Girls and Boys, and College Women and Men; and champions in swimming were High School Boys and College Women, while first runners-up were High School Girls and College Men. 

Meanwhile, fresh from their STCAA victory, the High School Basketball Boys successfully defended their title at the Regional National Basketball Training Center on February 26, 2017 at the SENTRUM, DLSL. The high school cagers, representing Lipa City, defeated Maryhill College of Lucena.

The team advanced to the NBTC National Finals to be held on March 13-16, 2017 at the MOA Arena. This time, the DLSL-led team will be representing Batangas and will be defending their NBTC National Champion Division II title.



DLSL On Its 54th
After a full bloom celebration last time, De La Salle Lipa is all geared to take it up a notch as it "Animove Forward" towards the 54th founding anniversary.

From February 13-18, 2017, institutional festivities will be held on campus while the fair grounds at the Centen Courts A and B, open on February 16 to 18, will feature old-time favorites and wide array of new booths.

This year's celebration will once again appeal to all ages as several programs that were specially prepared (with free admissions) include academic exhibits, seminar-workshops, dance fests, children's show, cultural performances, and game exhibitions.

Another annual offering, Echoes V concert, will eature well-known artists, Hale, Sandwich, Hilera, Moonstar 88, TJ Monterde and DJ Ace Ramos. Tickets are available at the cashiers for only Php 299.00.                   

As for the Bingo enthusiasts, organizers bring back the much anticipated and favorite past time of the Filipinos. For a minimal cost of Php 20.00 for each card, guests get to enjoy and win exciting prizes.      

Meanwhile, the millenials' bet in hip-hop and street dancing, the Salindayaw Dance Company will hold its annual dance concert for a minimal charge of Php 150.00 for non-Lasallians.

For more information on the daily activities, please visit http://54thfoundation.dlsl.edu.ph.

Arts Month 2017 at DLSL
The National Commission for Culture and Arts, through its Subcommission on the Arts, has announced this year's National Arts Month theme, "Malikhain. Mapagbago. Filipino." It serves as a suitable guide and a patriotic inspiration for the De La Salle Lipa community as a strong proponent of culture and arts.

February as the National Arts Month, declared in Presidential Proclamation 683 in 1991, binds people together through a universal language that appeals across cultural diversity, apparent in various forms of artistry.

Thus, DLSL, through its Culture and Arts Office shall be staging another Arts Month celebration that will showcase rich artistic heritage and prominent talents of Batangas and neighboring provinces.

From the beginning of February 2017, through a variety of cultural and artistic platforms, the DLSL family invites arts enthusiasts to witness the following presentations: digital art - Piece x Peace, textile installation - Blinded Rainbows, two-man art exhibit - Touches of Dream, dance festival - Sayaw Filipinas, poetry display - Taludtod ng Lupa, performance art - Kalantog, Br. Armin Luistro FSC's tour of ministry exhibit - Journey 61:16, and filmmaking lecture - Understanding Film.




Lasallian's Painting Catches Eye of Nat'l Artist Bencab
A BS Biology student's painting caught the eye of the National Artist for Visual Arts, Benedicto R. Cabrera, also known as Bencab, that landed its painter, Marie Penafrancia P. Mendoza, the top prize in the on-the-spot painting contest. 

The competition was one of the categories among a list of events at the 54th National Rizal Youth Leadership Institute in Baguio on December 15-16, 2016, joined by several student leaders of De La Salle Lipa.

Without a formal training and equipped with the very basic materials, she did not mind being picked at the very last minute.

The executive public relations of the colleges' Student Government tapped the artist within as her last painting engagement goes way back in junior high school or five years ago.

Mendoza's watercolor painting on canvass combined the past and present in her subject. She explained that it was the prolific writer and national hero, Jose Rizal, who was guiding the hand of a millennial while they hold a quill together and directed by a compass. Both were in sync with their thoughts as they were expressing on a tablet, "payapang pakikibaka."   

But painting is not the only special interest of the young Lasallian as she was a former member of DLSL's cheer leading squad that was adjudged champion in the 2014 and 2015 Pom Division - national level.

The budding painter wishes to pursue medicine at the De La Salle Health and Science Institute after completing her degree.

Green Chevron Black-Belters Bag Medals in Asian Tourney
A colossal Asian gathering of the region's best taekwondo players met at the 4th Daedo Taekwondo Open Championships.

De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevron black-belters, Ted Marius De Los Reyes and Grazziele Anne Alcances, each won three medals under the guidance of their mentor, Johnearl Abante.

De Los Reyes won gold and bronze medals in kyorugi/sparring (international and local rules) and another bronze medal in poomse, while Alcances earned a gold medal in kyorugi/sparring (local rules), silver in kyorugi/sparring (international rules), and a bronze in poomse.

DLSL was invited from the Philippines as one of the delegations along with other challengers from Chinese Taipei, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Thailand.

It was DLSL's third consecutive time to participate at the tournament hosted by the United World College of South East Asia (Dover Campus), Singapore on November 26-27, 2016.




Accountancy Students Score Spots in Leadership Summit
Three promising students of the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management (CBEAM), major in Accountancy were selected in the 11th Aboitiz Future Leaders Business Summit.

The nationwide search yielded 91 participants including CBEAM's 19-year old students, Justin Cedric Yabut, Editor-in-Chief of Lavoxa Tabloid and Broadsheet; Diane Patricia Reyes, Vice President for Non-Academics of JPIA - DLSL chapter; and Charis Jane Banayat, Executive Finance Manager of the Council of Student Organizations.

Participants converged at the Marco Polo Plaza, Cebu City on the first day of the annual event then proceeded to Kool Adventure Camp, Balamban Cebu for the various activities held November 3-5, 2016 following this year's theme "Juan for the World."

The young Lasallians made the most of their rightfully earned feat as Yabut mentioned "I always take advantage of the opportunity to bond with my co-delegates so as to forge ties, and [build] friendships as well. It's very rare for most students to get to meet the country's best and brightest students of their age."

It was the difference in the experience in the case of Reyes that she weighed in, "It's not just a simple leadership camp but it is anchored in the business setting. We got to hear from Aboitiz executives and other leading businessmen [with] business concepts [which] majority of today's students only read in textbooks."

Meanwhile, Banayat got a glimpse of the future, "The AFLBS gave me a picture of how it works in the corporate world. We listened to them share their achievements and struggles while working in the different companies in the Aboitiz Group over lunch. Over dinner, we were taught lessons we can apply in school, in business and in life."

The organizers elucidated that "the carefully selected college students across the Philippines [will] learn about business and leadership. It is Aboitiz's way of affirming and inspiring continued belief in the unique and outstanding capabilities of the Filipino among today's youth. It is open to all Filipino graduating students below 25 years old taking Business/Management, Accounting, Information Technology, Engineering, Psychology, or Pre-Law."



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Comm Dept to Hold 8th Cineberde: Ang Kulay ng Indie Dine
A total of 65 AB Communication filmmakers with 11 films are to be showcased in this year's Cineberde Film Festival at SM City Lipa Cinemas 1 and 2 on December 10, 2016 from 3:00 PM onwards.

This annual event of the AB Communication Department through the Association of Communication Students (ACtS) of the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences aims to bring to public viewing the Thesis/Special Projects produced by the 4th year Communication students.

This year's films tackled both societal and human issues that are timely and relevant such as postpartum syndrome, anxiety disorder, death in the family, greed and betrayal, dealing with autism and PWDs, teenage pregnancy, and online prostitution. Some of the films favored light themes such as family love and growing up.

Now on its 8th year, Cineberde Ang Kulay ng Indie Dine! continues the tradition of De La Salle Lipa's Communication Department in offering a new taste and perspective toward worthwhile film viewing. Tickets are sold through any AB Communication 4th year student stationed at the South Lounge of DLSL.




ECE, ECT October 2016 Licensure Results for DLSL
Along with topnotcher, Engr. Meryl Aldover, who placed second in the Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Examination, are more passers from De La Salle Lipa, including that of the Electronics Technicians (ECT) Licensure Examination held October 15-17, 2016.

DLSL garnered 72.92 % against the national passing of 40.36 % with 1,914 passers out of 4,742 examinees.

Below are the ECE passers.

1. ENGR. ABANES, RIONLE M.
2. ENGR. ABUAN, ADRIAN D.
3. ENGR. ALDOVER, MERYL A.
4. ENGR. ALMEDILLA, CHARLES BENCYN S.
5. ENGR. ALVAREZ, JANN TERENCE L.
6. ENGR. ALZATE, MARIA CRISTINA R.
7. ENGR. AMUL, JUSTINE NIKKOLE V.
8. ENGR. ANDAL, EMIL H.
9. ENGR. AUSTRIA, JASTEL GABRIEL J.
10. ENGR. BOLIMA, VINCENT M.
11. ENGR. CABATAY, CAMILLE B.
12. ENGR. CAPUNO, MARVIN O.
13. ENGR. CASTILLO, GIAN CARLO V.
14. ENGR. DAPUL, LLOYD GABRIELLE G.
15. ENGR. DE OCAMPO, ELJON R.
16. ENGR. DIMACULANGAN, ABIGAIL JOYCE P.
17. ENGR. DIMAYUGA, JOAN R.
18. ENGR. ECHALUCE, JOSEPH II S.
19. ENGR. ECHALUCE, JOSHUA I S.
20. ENGR. GUTIERREZ, MARIEFE S.
21. ENGR. ILAGAN, ROLANDO II F.
22. ENGR. MACALINAO, MHYCA M.
23. ENGR. MARQUEZ, ISAAC JESTHER G.
24. ENGR. MATIBAG, KIM MORE L.
25. ENGR. PALCON, MICHELLE T.
26. ENGR. PALICPIC, VEN LOUIE L.
27. ENGR. PEREZ, CESAR LAWRENCE NOUEL T.
28. ENGR. PONCE, ALPHONSO MIGUEL A.
29. ENGR. RABUSA, JAMES ARCHIE M.
30. ENGR. REYES, JOHN CARLO R.
31. ENGR. REYES, JUDIEL L.
32. ENGR. TAN, ADRIAN VICTOR D.
33. ENGR. TOLEDO, REIFER JOHN C.
34. ENGR. VERGARA, GIOVANNI PAOLO P.
35. ENGR. VILLANUEVA, RONNEL O.

Meanwhile, DLSL scored 80.72 % for ECT Licensure Exam against the national passing percentage of 74.74 % with 2,722 passers out of 3,642 hopefuls.

Below are the ECT passers.
1. ABACAN, ALYSSA CHANDRA M., ECT
2. ABULENCIA, JOHN A., ECT
3. ALEJO, MIKHAEL GORDON M., ECT
4. ARIOLA, NICOLE V., ECT
5. ASMA, MARICAR N., ECT
6. BADOSA, LEZERIE JAERAH H., ECT
7. BENABISE, ERICKA ANN M., ECT
8. CABRAL, KRIZSHEL BENALY A., ECT
9. CASTILLO, ERIKA BIANCA D., ECT
10. CASTILLO, KEN TEEJAY T., ECT
11. CRUZ, JEANNE KRISTA L., ECT
12. CRUZ, JEANNE KRIZZA L., ECT
13. DELA, CRUZ MARK PAOLO L., ECT
14. DIMACULANGAN, KEDJIL M., ECT
15. DIMACULANGAN, MARC ALFIEL M., ECT
16. DIMACULANGAN, REUBEN GIUSSEPHUS A., ECT
17. FALLARIA, FLETCHER DWAYNE C., ECT
18. FAMPO, MARIA BERNADINE M., ECT
19. ILAGAN, JAYNETH JAYLA E., ECT
20. JAVIER, RAPH LAUREN M., ECT
21. KATIGBAK, PAULINE JOY G., ECT
22. KEELER, HENRY JAMES L., ECT
23. LA ROSA, DAN PATRICK M., ECT
24. LAT, MA CATHERINE P., ECT
25. LATADE, ADRIELLE KENT V., ECT
26. LESCANO, RACHEL L., ECT
27. LIPAT, CRISANTE GERARDO JR M., ECT
28. LLAMAS, ROBIN JOSEF S., ECT
29. MABILING, LIEZYL L., ECT
30. MAGADIA, FATIMA L., ECT
31. MAGPANTAY, IVAN HENRIS A., ECT
32. MAGSINO, MANILYN S., ECT
33. MALABANAN, AIRA PATRICIA L., ECT
34. MALABANAN, EDRICKE ALFONSO P., ECT
35. MALABANAN, MAR CHRISTIAN ARBIL D., ECT
36. MALAPIT, JOHN EMMANUEL S., ECT
37. MARAVILLA, VENN GAMALIEL C., ECT
38. MEJICO, KIM BENMAR A., ECT
39. MENDOZA, RADLI ROI F., ECT
40. MENDOZA, SHIELA MARIE V., ECT
41. MILLAR, MARY JOY P., ECT
42. MISSION, KAYLE ANN KLARKE D., ECT
43. MUGAS, KEVIN RHYS A., ECT
44. NAVARRO, NATHANIEL SAM L., ECT
45. NIETES, EDMUND M., ECT
46. ORDOÑEZ, GLEN ALJEF BAYLON R., ECT
47. PAGLINAWAN, GLECILE M., ECT
48. PALINES, REINA PRECIOSA A., ECT
49. PATENA, AVIAN FAYE B., ECT
50. PATRON, RONEL S., ECT
51. PAZ, CHRISTINE MAE C., ECT
52. PLATA, LOUIS DANIEL V., ECT
53. POSADAS, GREG HAROLD G., ECT
54. QUILAO, RUBY JHESICA S., ECT
55. RAMOS, KAYEZELLE D., ECT
56. RAZO, DANIEL JANSEN M., ECT
57. SOLIS, NATHANIEL B., ECT
58. SORIANO, CHARLES MATTHEW D., ECT
59. SUILAN, ISAIAH ISRAEL A., ECT
60. SUPEÑA, ALFONSUS ALYBERT JR P., ECT
61. TIQUIS, CHRISTIAN O., ECT
62. UNICO, LHARSEN G., ECT
63. VALENCIA, ANDREA JANE E., ECT
64. VALERA, ALANIS CAMILLE M., ECT
65. VERGARA, DONA KAMIL M., ECT
66. VERGARA, ENRICO MARCO L., ECT
67. VISLEÑO, RAYMUND LOUIS B., ECT

Announcement for College Students re ID Distribution

Dear College Students,


 


Please be informed that ONLY the IDs of those students whose names are listed in the website are available for distribution. You are advised to check in this web page if your names are included in the posted list of students whose IDs are already available for distribution.


 


For those students whose names are not yet listed in the website, please be informed that printing of your IDs is still on-going. Distribution of your IDs will be announced as soon as those IDs are already available.


 


Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.


ANNOUNCEMENT TO STUDENTS WHO WERE NOT ABLE TO HAVE THEIR ID PICTURES TAKEN

ANNOUNCEMENT TO NEW COLLEGE STUDENTS




 


ANNOUNCEMENT TO NEW COLLEGE STUDENTS


 


 


Please be informed that you may now claim your Identification Cards (ID) at the Office of the Registrar at Window 7 from 8:00am to 5:00pm starting October 17, 2016.


 


Thank you.


ANNOUNCEMENT TO GRADUATING STUDENTS




 


                ANNOUNCEMENT TO GRADUATING STUDENTS


 As of 3:54 pm October 12, 2016


 


 


Please be informed that we are currently encountering intermittent access to the Graduation Application System due to some technical problems. In this regard, application for graduation will not be fully automated at the moment.


 


To address this concern, please refer to the process flow that we will be implementing with regard to your application:


 






 


For students who were able to successfully process


their application online


 


 


 


1.      Secure a copy of the EVALUATION FORM FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS” from the Office of the Registrar, from your Academic Advisers or at your respective College Secretaries


2.      Accomplish the form and have it signed by your Academic Advisers.


3.      Bring the signed form during your Interview Schedule and submit it to the following Enrollment and Evaluation In-Charge respectively:


 


a.      Annabelle Balita  for  CIHTM, CEAS & CoN


b.      Remedios Lilia Punzalan  for CBEAM and CoL


c.      Maria Russel Joy Mea for  CITE


 






 


For students who were not able to apply online and


whose applications were not accomplished completely


 


 


1.      Proceed to the Office of the Registrar to process the Application.


2.      Secure a copy of the EVALUATION FORM FOR GRADUATING STUDENTS”.


3.      Accomplish the form and have it signed by your Academic Advisers.


4.      Bring the signed form during your Interview Schedule and submit it to the following Enrollment and Evaluation In-Charge respectively:


 


a.      Annabelle Balita  for  CIHTM, CEAS & CoN


b.      Lilian Remedios Punzalan  for CBEAM and CoL


c.      Russel del Rosario for  CITE


 


REMINDER : You may view your grades online at the url:  http://studentsgrades.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal using your student accounts 


APPLICATION FOR 2017 GRADUATION

APPLICATION FOR GRADUATION


ONLINE PROCESS


 


All Candidates for 2017 Graduation must apply to graduate. Application will be done via the Online Graduation Application Module from September 30 to October 14, 2016.


 


Please refer to the application process below:


 


1.    Visit the DLSL Homepage at www.dlsl.edu.ph using any computer or mobile devices with Internet Access.Under the Admissions, Registrar & Library Module, click the "Registrar's" icon then click the "GradApp Student's Portal" using any computer or mobile devices with Internet Access.


2.   After accessing the GradApp Portal enter your Student Number. The system will display your Full Name and Program. Enter your "birthdate" and preferred password to activate your account.


     Note: Create a password that is easy to remember but hard for others to guess. 


3.    Fill out all the required fields and encode all your remaining subjects to complete all the academic requirements of your curriculum.


4.    Upload your recent 2x2 ID picture (formal attire with white background)


5.    Verify the accuracy and completeness of all entries then submit the application.


6.   You may still review, edit or revise your application for as long as your Academic Adviser has not yet approved or endorsed your application. You are required to visit your Academic Advisers for the confirmation/endorsement and/or approval of your application.


7.    Once approved, you may only view the details of your online application.


8.    Please be informed that access to the portal will be closed on October 14, 2016 at 5:00pm.


 


 


Note: Candidates for Graduation who cannot access the portal should proceed to the Office of the Registrar.


 


Alumni in Basketball Action
An overwhelming response from the De La Salle Lipa alumni basketball enthusiasts and former varsity players highlighted the "Sunday Alumni Basketball Tournament" which opened on June 26, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

The pilot year of the alumni men's tournament gathered 16 teams who not only congregated, but bonded over their favorite past time, while they played at their alma mater in the same facilities they got to enjoy while they were still students.

The weekly sports league, which ran until August 14, concluded with an awarding ceremony. First-time winners of the league were the following: champion - Team Gecko (Batch 1994 to 2005), first runner-up - Yakis 2007 (Batch 2011), and second runner-up - OPEN COURT (Batch 2003).

Season's Most Valuable Player was Mikael Raz and the final's MVP was Michael Gonzales.

Meanwhile, special awards were given to the mythical six composed of Junjun Latayan (Gecko), Jerome Ian Marco (Yakiz), Mikael Raz (Open Court), Harry Habit (Batch 2003), and Michael Gonzales (Gecko).




Action Research





Peace One Day Observation at DLSL
As a Regional Center for Peace Education, De La Salle Lipa continues its quest to promote programs on peace initiatives.

This coming International Day of Peace, September 21, 2016, DLSL is one with the world in celebration as the institution prepared several activities on the same day with the theme "PEACETAHAN: Simbolo ng Pagtutulungan, Paraan ng Kaunlaran." Meanwhile, related programs have started back in August which will run for the entire month of September - the National Peace Consciousness Month.

Apart from its own initiatives, DLSL supports the Lasallian family projects through De La Salle Philippines' Lasallians for Peace and Human Rights during the International Lasallian Days of Peace.   

Below is the prepared program on the International Day of Peace.

Morning

- Ringing of Peace Bell
- Prayer Service over the Public Address System
- Walk for Peace with Peace Crane
- Mass for Peace
- Video Screening on Peace One Day History and Live Broadcast on Facebook (facebook/peaceoneday)
- Concert for Peace
- One Peace, One Dance Presentation
- Simultaneous with Junior High School intramurals themed "PEACETAKASAN: Larong Pinoy Tungo sa Kapayapaan"


Afternoon

- Assembly for the Lasallian Prayer for Peace and Human Rights (to pray for and commemorate the victims of the martial law)





ORP SPONSORS FACULTY AND ASF TRAINING
August has been very productive as the Office of Research and Publications (ORP) initiated Measurement and Research Development workshop and Action Research seminar for the college faculty researchers and Academic Services Faculty (ASF).

The former was held August 25- 25, 2016 at the CBEAM Function Hall. Dr. Jerome Ouano, the Chair of Counseling and Educational Psychology Department of De La Salle University facilitated the said workshop. It was participated by 26 members of the Faculty from the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management.

Meanwhile, the latter was held August 31, 2016 at the same venue as the former. Dr. Divina Edralin, Vice Dean of Research and Graduate Studies also from De La Salle University facilitated the said seminar. It was attended by 25 faculty researchers from different colleges and 6 Academic Services Faculty (ASF).

Truly, these initiatives are ORP’s way to help the faculty and ASF researchers enhance their skills in producing quality papers anchored on the institution’s research agenda. 






Announcement to 2017 Graduating Students

Application for 2017 Graduation


Graduation is not automatic; YOU HAVE TO APPLY TO GRADUATE.


 


This year, Application for Graduation will be facilitated via DLSL online facilities. Application will be submitted electronically via Grad App or Application for Graduation Student's Portal starting September 30 to October 14, 2016.


 


Graduation Application Portal

We will provide your access at the online Application for Graduation via DLSL website at url:  www.dlsl.edu.ph/   Registrar's page before the scheduled online application as we are still finalizing the Grad App / application for graduation portal.


 


The details will be announced later via this web page. Please visit again this site on September 30, 2016.


 


NOTES


 


Before Accessing the Grad App You Need To:


 



Consult your Academic Advisers to determine all your remaining courses and the total units to verify if you will qualify to graduate considering the policy on maximum load.


 


Have a soft copy of your 2x2 recent ID picture formal attire with white background for uploading in the Grad App.


 


For your graduation picture taking schedule


you need to indicate the chosen date and time in the Grad App during your online application. If you want to have a group picture, choose a common schedule from Nov. 16 to November 30.


 


Thank you.


Lady Spiker Saet Graces PEP Rally 2016
As an annual tradition of De La Salle Lipa, the school community was unison in bidding the Green Chevrons good luck as they embark on a new athletic journey for AY 2016-2017 at this year's Pep Rally.

The SENTRUM was packed with well-wishers on August 25, 2016 led by the Sports and Culture Director, Emily Babasa, to uplift the spirits of the young athletes through her inspiring words. It was further hyped-up by the Danz Com PEP Squad with their cheer dance and the Animo could never be more alive.

With the undeniable school spirit emanating from the audience, invited guest speaker, Relea Ferina Saet, former De La Salle University Lady Spiker, felt at home on the land of the Green Chevrons. The scene brought her back to the Green Archers territory during her heyday as a multi-awarded volleyball player. As an athlete, Saet weighed in on having a role model who embodies the ideals of a Filipino sportsperson. A fellow Green Archer was cited as an example that made it to the Rio Olympics 2016 and elucidated what it took - the hardships and sacrifices - to qualify in the ultimate sports tournament.

Motivated and filled with the Animo, the following varsities were introduced to the DLSL community: athletics, badminton, baseball, basketball, chess, football, swimming, table tennis, taekwondo, and volleyball.

After the oath of sportsmanship, led by player Derick Delizo, volleyball men's team, the event concluded with a group presentation of all the athletes together with the Danz Com PEP Squad.




17th SLCUAA: Celebrating the Next Athletic Heroes
Awed and inspired by De La Salle Lipa's hosting standards of the 17th Season of the Southern Luzon Colleges Universities Athletics Association (SLCUAA), the league's President, Francisco Viola, Sports Director of the St. Francis of Assisi College, commended DLSL for the splendid opening ceremony.

The successful event marked the start of the new season themed "Celebrating the Next Athletic Heroes."

Leading the DLSL delegation at the commencement of the program was DLSL Vice Chancellor for Mission, Violeta Ramirez. The VCM agreed, as expressed in her message, that tournaments are indeed essential part of a holistic education and development of students. But she was quick to remind the participants to conquer success through friendly collaboration, camaraderie and sportsmanship.

Following the remarks of the VCM was the guest speaker, Chris Macasaet, DLSL alumnus, who gave his own words of wisdom. As a fellow athlete he shares basically the same sentiments. But as a veteran sportsman, his experience during his stint in the University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) earned him lessons worth emulating. He started off by citing a popular mobile game - Pokemon Go - as his example. It was the perfect analogy for the young athletes that they could relate to. On top of his list of advices was to "level up" by gaining experience and practicing hard like Olympian Michael Phelps, with 23 gold medals in swimming. Macasaet also recommended for the young athletes to "evolve." His humbling experience in the UAAP, being amongst taller and better players during his rookie year, helped him change his perspective and mature in the process. Lastly, the DLSL pride strongly suggested to "defend the gym" by believing in and respecting fellow teammates. 

Subsequently, the mood was further hyped-up by the cheer dance of the DLSL Danz Com PEP Squad and the stellar hip hop performance of the Salindayaw Dance Company.

The eventful opening concluded with the ceremonial toss, led by the administrators of the member schools: Brent International School, Colegio De San Agustin-Binan, De La Salle-Health Sciences Institute, De La Salle University, Malayan Colleges Laguna, St. Francis of Assisi College, St. Michael College of Laguna, San Pedro College of Business Administration, STI College of Sta. Rosa, University of Perpetual Help System Dalta-Molino Campus, and host school, De La Salle Lipa.





DLSL ICA Student Chefs Bag Awards in Pro Competition
A head to head competition with professional, amateur and fellow student chefs from the country's leading restaurants, hotels and schools motivated the De La Salle Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts contestants to prove that they were a force to be reckoned with.

They may have limited experience and exposure, but the the young Lasallian chefs were never deterred to face even the seasoned challengers they bested at the Philippine Culinary Cup 2016 held at the SMX Convention Center on August 3-6, 2016.

This year, DLSL's student contestants earned three bronze medals in different categories with the guidance of their coaches.

In the Young Chef's Team Challenge, coached by Chef Pamela De Leon, Student Contestant, Jude Wilson C. Desipeda, prepared an appetizer dubbed, "Fruits of the Sea Medley." The winning mouth-watering entry was a variety of three distinct fish and seafood dishes. First dish was made-up of dragon fruit rice crispy with quenelle of smoked salmon mousse. Another preparation was a pan fried breaded mussel topped with assorted micro-greens with homemade lemon and garlic mayonnaise sauce. The last of the variety was a cocktail-sized pate choux filled with mango salsa pastry cream topped with pan-grilled shrimp.

Under the same category and mentor, the scrumptious winning entre, "Honey Molasses Glazed Chicken Ballotine," by Lauren James L. Alilio, lured the judges to her dish of poached, deboned chicken leg quarter, stuffed with mixture of bleu cheese, cream cheese, Edam cheese, tarragon and pistachio. To compliment the dish, the starch used was malange of blanched squash, chopped, smoked eggplant and thinly sliced, blanched lady finger. It was garnished with micro greens (lollo rossa and arugula), julienned bell pepper, mountain apple (macopa), and orange pulp and zest, and finally completed with tarragon glaze.

For the Local Fish or Seafood Challenge, Student Contestant, Bryle Kenneth M. Corachea and coached once again by Chef Pamela De Leon, featured "Tulingan de Parma." The delectable concoction of the Tulingan confit was cooked over butter, olive oil, lemon juice, parsely and garlic; while the special blended sauce enhanced the local favorite of Pinoys with spicy creamy pomodoro and tapenade. Deep-fried, cubed taro and sweet potato added texture as the dish was garnished with cherry tomatoes, wild cucumber, morning glory and pennywort (takip kohol).

In another category, Pasta Challenge, by Student Contestant, Ruby Ann M. Mendoza, and Coach Chef Jayson Dimaculangan, dubbed, "Pimiento-Olivo Lasagna Roulade," the young chef presented a duo stuffed lasagna dish. Stuffing was made-up of pan-grilled oregano infused prawns and sauteed bell pepper with black olives and cream cheese. Additional flavor of pomodoro and salsa verde were added. Homemade saffron bread sticks were used for garnish to make it more visually appetizing.

Compliments are also extended to other participants, namely, Raechelle AnneAmar and Ivan Lewis Mercado, who joined Corachea in the Filipino Cuisine Challenge, with Coach Chef Jayson Dimaculangan. 




CBEAM Holds Alumni-In-Industry Linkage Meeting
Around 50 alumni of the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management (CBEAM) gladly accommodated the invitation of their mentors to engage in a dialogue between them and the students.

The second year of the annual assembly held on July 2, 2016 at the CBEAM Function Room brought the alumni from various business industries and their protege together with an important agenda that the CBEAM Dean, Lani Garachico, underscored. The event was intended to pick the brains of the seasoned practitioners and gather valuable inputs to develop an industry-responsive curriculum.

A standard set of questions ran the course of the conversations in eight parallel focus group discussions with an assigned topic from the following : financial management, marketing management, business economics, entrepreneurship, management technology, accountancy, accounting technology, and legal management.

Each group was facilitated by the faculty members of CBEAM, answering the questions on the efficacy of the communication skills they acquired, the training on critical thinking, the relevance of the curriculum, and the services they would like to receive or improve for the alumni.

An hour of robust discussion resulted in an insightful collated data that was submitted to the committee chair. The organizers were overwhelmed with the active participation of the alumni as they look forward to another productive collaboration.

The event culminated in a lunch shared among the CBEAM attendees and alumni participants.




Announcement to Unofficially Enrolled Students

 


Please be informed that there are 66 students who are not yet officially enrolled for this 1st semester of SY 2016-2017 as of 10:00am of August 18, 2016. These students are required to pay their tuition and fees on or before August 22 up to 4:30pm only.


 

Please be informed also that assessments of the Unofficially Enrolled students will be deleted in the eWiz Student Management System on August 22, 2016 at 5:00pm.

Action Research Seminar
31 August 2016, CBEAM Function Hall
Resource Speaker: Dr. Divina Edralin, De La Salle University-Manila
























Administrative Appointments for Academic Year 2016-2017 - Office of the Chief Strategy & Advancement Office (CSAO)
With gratitude and gladness, I am pleased to confirm the following administrative appointments and/or reappointments of our Lasallian Partners under the Office for Strategy & Advancement effective August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.

Strategic Communications Director - Ms. Ma. Lourdes Malaluan, MMT

Strategic Planning Director - Mr. Florentino Magsino Jr., MMT

Linkages & International Relations Director - Ms. Maria Cecilia Quigley, MABS



Mr. Arnold R. Capuloy, MMT
Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer

Administrative Appointments for Academic Year 2016-2017
With gratitude and gladness, I am pleased to confirm the following administrative appointments and/or reappointments of our Vice Chancellors and C-Suite Executives effective August 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017.

Vice Chancellor for Academics & Research - Dr. Alicia Botardo

Vice Chancellor for Administration - Engr. Isidro Frio

Vice Chancellor for Mission - Ms. Violeta Ramirez

Chief Finance Officer - Ms. Jhyn Concordia

Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer - Mr. Arnold Capuloy

Chief Technology & Innovation Officer - Mr. Jose Orlando Lozada



Br. Dante Jose R. Amisola FSC
President and Chancellor

HS Batch '77 Pays Tribute to Fellow Alumni
A thanksgiving event was called for by select members of the High School Batch 1977 on July 10, 2016 at the LIRD Lounge of De La Salle Lipa.

It was meant to recognize the contribution of their batch mates, Br. Armin Luistro, former Secretary of Department of Education, and Atty. Alberto Muyot, Undersecretary for Legal and Legislative Affairs of the same government agency.

Both Br. Armin and Atty. Muyot were overwhelmed and humbled by the recognition from their fellow alumni.

Around 40 members of the batch got together to pay tribute and at the same time, hold a mini reunion.

DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Amisola FSC was on hand to personally welcome and celebrate with the HS Batch 1977.




Attendance Office In-Charge
This is to remind everyone to apply the official time for School Year 2016-2017 thru AHRIS Change Shift Module and day-off thru Change Day-Off Module. Please take note that the official time should be applied two (2) days before the date of effectivity and the day-off should be applied one (1) week before the date of effectivity. Please refer to the following guidelines for the application of Official Time: 

  • Academic Teaching (College Faculty) - must complete eight (8) working hours for each official working day or a total of forty (40) hours a week. One (1) hour lunch break should be observed and overload subject/s should be declared outside the regular official time. Kindly submit the individual teaching schedule or justification letter approved by the VCAR for the adjusted official time due to class schedule and/or Masteral/Doctoral Studies and submit to the College Attendance Office & HRD.

  • Academic Teaching (IS Faculty) - must complete eight (8) working hours for each official working day. One (1) hour lunch break should be observed. Kindly submit justification letter approved by the VCAR for adjusted official time due Masteral/Doctoral Studies and submit to the IS Attendance Office & HRD. 

  • Non-Academic Non-Teaching, Academic Non-Teaching and Academic Service Faculty - must complete eight (8) working hours for each official working day. One (1) hour lunch break should be observed. Those who are authorized to teach as Part-time faculty in the College Department should submit to the College Attendance Office & HRD the request letter of the Dean and their class schedule duly approved by the President. 

For questions and clarifications, Lasallian Partners (LP) may call the following designated Attendance-In-Charge. 

Ms. Noemi De Torres (VCAD, OP, OVCM) - local 210
Ms.- Elizabeth Largo (IS Faculty and Staff) - local 264
Ms. Sherlie Magabo (VCM under Student Services Directorate) - local 219
Mr. Marjeric Buenafe (College of Nursing) - local 270 
Ms. Janina Nina Recede (College of Law) - local 328 
Ms. April Dela Cruz & Ms. Evangeline Reyes - (VCAR, Senior High School & Other Colleges) - local 252 

Thank you very much. 

Administrative Appointments and Special Assignments - VCAR
I am pleased to announce the following administrative appointments that now complete our set of administrators in the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management and in the College of Information Technology and Engineering for Academic Year 2016-2017: 


Department Chair, Real Estate Management: Atty. Ramel Muria 
College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management (CBEAM) 
(concurrent Chair of Legal Management Department) 
Date of Effectivity: July 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017 

Officer-in-Charge, Industrial Engineering Department: Engr. Angelita M.
Pagcaliwagan 
College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE) 
Date of Effectivity: July 1, 2016 to July 31,2017 


To assist us this Academic Year 2016-2017 in the Office of Research and Publications, College of Information Technology and Engineering, and College of Education, Arts, and Sciences are the following Lasallian partners with their respective special assignments

Office of Research and Publications 
Publications Officer : Dr. Jennifer Casabuena
Training and Events Officer  : Ms. Analiza Resurreccion
Intellectual Property Rights Officer  : Ms. Maridel Zabala
Ethics Review Officer  : Ms. Bernadette Dimaculangan
   
College of Information Technology and Engineering 
Engineering Laboratory-In-Charge : Engr. Oscar Bryan Magtibay 

College of Education, Arts and Sciences 
Language Learning Center Faculty-in-Charge : Mr. Roy Dalisay 


Thank you very much. 



Alicia B. Botardo, Ph. D.
Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research 

Artletics Leads HIV Awareness Campaign
Artletics, an initiative founded by established artist Emmanuel "Manny" Garibay for fellow Filipino artists and cultural workers to address and promote their holistic lifestyle and welfare, has extended its program to partner schools. A stellar example of this was the most recent event the group held at De La Salle Lipa on June 21-22, 2016.

Faculty and students gathered for the seminar-workshop prepared by Artletics organizers that revolved around "Body+Art" and guided by a theme based on one of the most prevalent medical concerns nowadays, "Health and Wellbeing: HIV Awareness Campaign."

A discussion by Earl Patrick Penabella, Program Officer of Love Yourself, Incorporated, opened the first day. His topic regarding "Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Expression" pointed out the "the ways in which a person identifies and/or expresses gender, including self-image, appearance, and embodiment of gender roles."

Ensuing subject was on financial wellness, courtesy of Maria Elizabeth M. Laluces, Financial Literacy Advocate/Financial Advisor of Sun Life Financial, covering a diverse range of individual and group life insurance, health and dental insurance, investments, retirement planning and savings products, including pension plans, annuities, disability and medical plans and anything else to feel confident about financial future.

A workshop on creative movement concluded the first day of the program, facilitated by the Daloy Dance Company members. It was an "exploration class that provided space for students to learn dance in their space of their minds under professional guidance" as "it should break students free of inhibitions and develop self-trust: ingredients in learning effective movement improvisation execution."

The next day Penabella talked about the main topic - HIV101 - "its basic information, including the virus, its origins, symptoms, and testing." It encouraged "participants to think about assessing personal risk behaviors; emphasized effective prevention and harm reduction strategies."

Concluding the second day was an art workshop facilitated by visual artist and a former fine arts professor at FEATI University and De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, Sim Kim De Pio. Participants were inspired by what they have learned from the health talks."The term 'improvisation' was used to describe this approach as participants begin with an underlying structure to create variations of the theme."

The event wrapped up with a culminating activity on June 23 - the opening of the exhibit on the second floor of the College Learning Resource Center, following the theme - HIV. A total of 44 artists joined in the exhibit that will run until July 24, 2016 and all the artworks are for sale.



Alumni Basketball League Sunday Tournament
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Arnis & Combat Aikido Training
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OJ Day: Reboot
A whole day of bonding and congenial competition highlighted, more than anything, the revival of the institutional recreational program of De La Salle Lipa dubbed, "Organized Joy Day," for its personnel. 

A total of 511 Lasallian Partners participated in the fun-filled gathering on May 27, 2016 at the SENTRUM. They were grouped into ten different colors, namely, 1) Red: Leader, Isreal Tan and Asst., Ma. Ernilein Saculo; 2) White: Leader, Allan Lucero and Asst., Violeta Remo; 3) Black: Leader, Raynard Anog and Asst., Roda De Silva; 4) Light Green: Leader, Arnel Dimaano and Asst., Reanrose Dragon; 5) Lilac: Leader, Hirodian Baon and Asst., Maryann Lumban; 6) Dark Blue: Leader, Vivian Dimaculangan and Asst., Patrick Maravilla; 7) Pink: Leader, Paulo Jerome Lescano and Asst., Geness Aclan; 8) Dark Green: Leader, Jerome Dimaculangan and Asst., Mercel Lalamunan; 9) Light Blue: Leader, Roy Dalisay and Asst., Rosalie Fortus; and 10) Gray: Leader, Rafael Kalaw and Asst., Remedios Punzalan.

To prep the participants in the seven events lined-up for the program, Ryan Sabaybay, certified Zumba instructor, was invited to lead and motivate everyone in a 30-minute Zumba exercise.

Before commencing the events, the new Brother President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Amisola FSC, addressed the Lasallian Partners and officially announced the much anticipated shifting of the academic calendar to August - May. He candidly wished everyone well in the OJ Day as it marked his first attendance in the occasion.

After the ten teams have bonded over the seven eventful activities, the following are the results: 1) Bean Bag Toss, Winner: Light Blue; 2) Ball Run Relay, Winner: Lilac; 3) Tug-of-War-, Winner: Black; 4) Wind Mill Relay, Winner: Light Blue; 5) Bench Cheering, Winner: Light Green; 6) Modified Volleyball, Winner: Lilac; and 7) Paint Me A Picture, Winner: Red.

Wit and cleverness obviously ruled in the overall champion team, Light Blue, followed by First Runner-Up: Lilac, Second Runner-Up: Light Green; Third Runner-Up: Black; Fourth Runner-Up: Red.

At the end of the day, everyone is a winner not only because of the consolation prizes but the priceless relationships that have developed and were nurtured in the course of the OJ Day.




Amendments of Policy on Liquidation of Advances to Employees - Official Business (OB)
Please be informed that effective School Year 2016 - 2017, the following amendments to the existing policies on the liquidation of Advances to Officers and Employees - OB will be implemented: 

  1. All advances for liquidation - OB shall be liquidated by submitting valid Official Receipts (OR with ATP) within 2 weeks after the activity. Partial Liquidation is still NOT Allowed. 

  2. First Notice for unliquidated advances will be sent to partners who fail to liquidate the advances two (2) weeks after the activity.

  3. Second Notice for unliquidated advances will be sent to partners who fail to liquidate the advances four (4) weeks after the activity. Immediate superiors of the concerned partners will also be notified to inform them of his/her failure to liquidate the advances. 

  4. Third Notice for unliquidated advances will be sent to partners who fail to liquidate the advances six (6) weeks after the activity. All Third Notices will be sent copy furnished the HRD for the respective 201 files of the concerned partners and the Office of the President. 

Existing procedure on liquidation of advances shall apply and are to be followed. Please be guided accordingly. 

Should you need further clarification, please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Marj Anonuevo of the FRD at local 298 or 209. 

Thank you very much.

Administrative Appointments for SY 2016-2017 - Office of the Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer (CSAO)
It is my pleasure to announce the appointment of the following Lasallian partners who will help in the realization of the shared mission of the Office of the Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer (CSAO) effective 01 June 2016 - 31 July 2017:

  1. Ms. Ma. Lourdes L. Malaluan
    Strategic Communications Director

  2. Mr. Florentino D. Magsino Jr.
    Strategic Planning Director

Please welcome Ms. Malou and Sir Jojo in their new position and extend to them the necessary support to achieve our common goals for De La Salle Lipa!




Mr. Arnold R. Capuloy
Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer


Appointment of the Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer (CSAO) (with rank of Vice President / Vice Chancellor)
I am pleased to announce to everyone the appointment of Mr. Arnold R. Capuloy MMT as the new Chief Strategy & Advancement Officer (CSAO) effective 01 June 2016 till 31 July 2017. 

Arnold brings with him a rich and diverse wealth of leadership experience in his 16 years of involvement in the middle and top-level management of De La Salle Lipa. He holds a Master in Management Technology degree (with Honors) and has held key positions including the seven (7) years as Presidential Management Office (PMO) Director prior to this appointment. 

Likewise, he had served as a Public Relations Officer, Human Resource Manager, Finance & HR Director, and Linkages & International Relations Director, a position he has held concurrent to being PMO Director.

He was the first DLSL administrator to be sent to St. Mary's College of California for a month-long in-service training that opened the way for subsequent administrators to have had their training that eventually inspired the introduction of new systems at De La Salle Lipa. He also held the leadership of the De La Salle Lipa Alumni Association Inc. in 1999-2003 and also became active in socio civic groups outside the Institution. He was recognized as one of the outstanding Presidents of the Rotary Club of Metro Lipa and held other District positions since 2007. In 2010, he was bestowed the "Dangal ng Malvar" award by the U & I Professionals Club.

He was part of the Group Study Exchange Program of The Rotary Foundation that travelled across the State of Colorado for one month to study the Middle School and Senior High School system of the USA. 

He had been leading the annual Lasallian Pilgrimage and Renewal Program (Sojourn) to Europe since 2009 and was recently designated as De La Salle Philippines' Chair of the Sojourn Virtual Office and Head of the Sojourn Secretariat. 

He will be directly supervising the following offices: Strategic Communications Office (formerly MCD), Linkages & International Relations, Strategic Planning, Alumni Linkages, Advancement, Business Development, and the Institute for Advanced Continuing Education. 

Please welcome Sir Arnold in this new position and extend to him the necessary support to achieve our common goals for De La Salle Lipa! 




Br. Dante Jose R. Amisola FSC
President and Chancellor

Administrative Appointment effective June 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017
With the re-organizational changes in the institution and after careful deliberation and consultation, we are pleased to confirm the following appointments effective June 1, 2016 to July 31, 2017:

Director, Student Services - Mr. Amelito M. Castillo
Director, Human Resource Department - Dr. Erickson E. Martinez
Manager (OIC), General Services Department - Engr. Marino S. Tagapulot

Thank you very much.

Anti-Flu Vaccine
In line with the preventive Healthcare Program of the HRD, the Institutional Health Services will be facilitating the administration of ANTI-FLU VACCINE for interested employees and in relation to this, kindly take note of the following:

  1. A sign-up form is attached for employees who are interested to avail of the vaccine for themselves and their immediate dependents, i.e. for married employees (spouse and children) and for single employees (parents and siblings). The forms will be given to your respective Deans/Principals/Directors/Office Heads.

  2. The amount of the vaccine is ranging from Php 400.00-500.00/dose/pax.

  3. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted from the employee's salary in two (2) paydays only. The policy on the 40% net take home pay will be observed.

  4. The deadline for the submission of the sign-up list is on May 25, 2016.

  5. IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above can be vaccinated.
    2. A person/child who will avail of the vaccine must have NO ALLERGIES TO CHICKEN AND EGGS.
    3. If a person/child has certain allergies, kindly inform the Institutional Health Services staff.
    4. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.

  6. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you very much.

Meet DLSL's Second Batch of BAR Passers
After four grueling, consecutive Sundays of BAR examination held at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila in November 2015, the Supreme Court has finally released the list of successful passers on May 3, 2016.

With a notable huge difference, De La Salle Lipa yielded 60% passing rate against the national 26.21%.

The DLSL community beams with pride as its College of Law produced the following passers: Atty. Jerueh L. Labro, JD, Atty. Annie Grace A. Laygo, JD, and Atty. Kristine Mae B. Quinivista, JD.

These three Lasallians were among the 1,731 who passed out of 6,608 who have completed the exam after four Sundays, although a total of 7,146 were originally admitted to take the 114th BAR exam.

The BAR exam, with Associate Justice Teresita J. Leonardo-De Castro as the Chairperson, and exclusively conducted by the Supreme Court, requires a minimum average score of 75% and 100% of the test is in essay.




April 20, 2016 Pre Enrollment - 1pm
Please be informed that the Pre Enrollment today, April 20, 2016 will start at 1:00 this afternoon to give way to the Special and Tutorial Class Requests and Late Enrollment of College Students.  We cannot change the semester to first semester of SY 2016-2017 due to these concerns.

Thank you.

DepEd to re-open application for Senior HS Voucher Program
All applications must be done strictly online by accessing PEAC's Online Voucher Application Portal (OVAP) at http://ovap.deped.gov.ph

Applications will be accepted from April 22 to May 6, 2016 only.  The deadline is non-extendable. Results will be announced on or before May 20, 2016.

Concerns and queries regarding the ESC and SHS Voucher programs can be directed to gastpe@deped.gov.ph or to the DepEd Action Center at (02) 636-1663 or (02) 633-1942.

The Colleges' 28th Commencement Exercises
Another eventful commencement exercises concluded as the Batch 2016 relished their special occasion.

Parents and the De La Salle Lipa community marveled at the spectacle before their eyes, as the young Lasallians receive their hard earned diploma; trying to capture each and every scene with the cameras to immortalize a milestone. 

This year, a total of 1,493 graduates graced the event on April 5 at the SENTRUM; 1,366 were conferred a bachelor's degree, eight with a graduate degree, and 119 with certificate courses.

The first part in the morning was composed of the College of Education, Arts and Sciences; College of Nursing; and the College of Information Technology and Engineering, with guest speaker, Lawrence C. Sison, Chief Executive Officer of Power Mac Center, Inc. and DLSL Board of Trustee.

In the afternoon session the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management; College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management; and the College of Law took their turn with guest speaker, Joel L. Tan-Torres, Chairman of the Board of Accountancy - Professional Regulation Commission.

The DLSL community congratulates all the graduates and celebrates the awards of the following Lasallians:

 
GRADUATE PROGRAM

Master in Management Technology

GOLD
Aguisanda, Edelbrando Linatoc

SILVER MEDAL
Francisco, Celine Bernadette Hautea

MAGNA CUM LAUDE
    NAVARRO, PAULINE  LAMINERO
    MACALALAD, JAIDEE MARIELLE MALABANAN
    MEDINA, MART ALMER PANALIGAN
    PANGANIBAN, MARIAN JEAN TORIO
    PENA, RAYMARK PEROCILLO
    SUMILONG, MELISSA MAE DE CHAVEZ
    JOBLI, JAMAICA PRINCESS PANOPIO
    LUZ, JOSEPH MACALA
    PLAZA, RALPH REYNALD GUEVARRA
    MATUGAS, JAINNIE LEI EBORA
    URI, NERISH JOY BURI
    ALBAY, RENZ DAVE PUNZALAN
    GOMEZ, MARIA ABIGAIL DIOKNO
    MORADA, LOISE OLIVARES
    LAMBRINTO, AHIRA JOY ESTOLANO

 

CUM LAUDE
    TAÑAMOR, ADEL CAMPOSANO
    MARQUEZ, MICHELLE PORTINTO
    PADUA, JAMELA MAE MARAVILLA
    PAMPLONA, CASSANDRA AWATIN
    ALDOVER, MERYL ANDAL
    ARBOLEDA, JIAN CARLA BANAYAD
    FERNANDEZ, IVAN JAKE ATIENZA
    LLANES, JOHN PAUL SURIGAO
    VILLANUEVA, RONNEL OLAN
    BACULO, JOANNA MAE CETRON
    CALIMLIM, ANDREA CARAAN
    BAET, KENNETH KERBY TANEGA
    PANOPIO, PRINCESS SARAH DALWANGBAYAN
    CASAPAO, ARTHELIE LALAP
    ANDAL, EMIL HERNANDEZ
    RODELAS, EDJOY MARIE MONTALES
    SADSAD, PAOLA MARRI MERCADO
    OPULENCIA, WENDY DIANE ALCABASA
    HERNANDEZ, MONICA ROSE TRIVIÑO
    CATANYAG, CATHERINE MAPA
    ORACION, MA. CRISTINA CARPIO
    LASI, ALLYSSA HONOR
    ESPIRITU, MARYNEL FERNANDEZ
    AQUINO, JHESSA MAE MINDANAO
    ENDAYA, JO-CHRISTINE CANYOBAS
    MALALUAN, MERIAN QUINTO
    BADOY, MERZI ADAYA
    MENDOZA, ARIANNE JOY CARANDANG
    PARAGAS, APRILLE ARA CASTILLO
    LANDICHO, CARLO MAGSINO
    BUENO, AIRAN PATRICIA DORADO
    MENDOZA, BRENDALYN CAROLINO
    MANDOCDOC, PRINCESS DIANNE JOCSON
    RIVERA, RAQUEL MARASIGAN
    BALIDIO, ELAINE ANN LOPEZ
    MARTIN, SZIA DARENE SILVESTRE
    ANDAL, CLARISSE MIRAL
    BUENO, DARLEN JAE CARANDANG
    MALAGUIT, ALYSSA CLAIRE ANDAL
    ACORDA, ANGELICA MARIE ESCAREZ
    BALMACEDA, BEA CRYSTEL SIMBAHAN
    VILLEGAS, GISSELA MAE SEVERA
    SUMBILLA, KIMBERLY ANN MANILAY
    MAQUINTO, MA. KATHLENE MARQUEZ
    CARREON, HANNAH NOREEN TRIVIÑO
    SAMSON, FRANCE JACOB REAL
    LIM, JEROME ANDRE MEDRANO
    CALDITO, MARIVIC DELICA
    LEYNES, ZARAH KRISTINA TENORIO
    BUBAN, KRIZIA CAMILLE MENDOZA
    MANALO, CRYSTAL LINDSEY RODRIGUEZ
    ONDA, MARINETTE BUTALID
    CAYETANO, NIÑO DOMINIC MENDOZA
    LAQUI, ROSE ANN TATLONGHARI
    JASA, JIM TIMOTHY MAMARIL
    LEYNES, CARMELA ROTAS
    DE CASTRO, KATHRINA
    TUBO, JOYCE BANQUERO
    DIOKNO, NIKKO VELASCO
    LARA, MARY ROSE HERNANDEZ
    MANARIN, NORIKO MAY NIERRAS
    MAGSINO, HANNAH MARIE ATIENZA
    COLIAT, CYREN GRACE PEREZ
    MITRA, JENINAH MARIE BRIONES
    ORTIZ, CHARLENE LAYOSA
    INIEGO, ARIANE CORINA ROSALES
    CASTILLO, NORMAN ROI ROSALES
    COMISO, QUEENZI MAE SADILE
    DIZON, CHERIE GIL VILLANUEVA
    APDUHAN, NESLYN MACALINDRO
    MADDATU, JANICE MOTIL
    MARANAN, ROSE ANN CATAPANG

 

ACADEMIC DISTINCTION AWARD - COLLEGE OF LAW
DEVEZA, JILLIAN KRISTIN ATIENZA

ACADEMIC DISTINCTION AWARD - COLLEGE
1.      TAPIA, ANDREA JELYN PUNZALAN
2.      BRIONES, BERNALYN LALONGISIP
3.      DIO, MARLA LINDO
4.      DE GUZMAN, GERARD MENDOZA
5.      RAMOS, HANNAH CAMILLE VILLARAMA
6.      DELA CRUZ, JERWIN VILLANUEVA
7.      PANGANIBAN, JOSE REILLON GUINHAWA
8.      SANCHEZ, SAMANTHA MITZI MIJENO
9.      MAGTIBAY, ALMINA JOIE MARQUEZ
10.  ROXAS, ANGELICA JOY PALICPIC
11.  MENDOZA, MA. CLAIREEN MAGLINAO
12.  TABIANO, VINCE NEIL JAMON
13.  VARGAS, GEOCERIAC MAMIIT
14.  ESCARSA, HERA ATHENA BANIQUED
15.  TARNATE, VERONICA MARIE CAUMAN
16.  DACLES, APRIL MAE
17.  RABENA, GIANNE GABRIELLA MAYO
18.  MARANAN, CLERISSA NICOLE TIEMSEM
19.  MAGSINO, MARY YE ARIOLA
20.  MUNCADA, MA. ELAINE JAVIER
21.  GONZALES, ANNA MURIELLE TUIZA
22.  RESMA, MERY JOY REANO
23.  FRUELDA, MICHELLE
24.  PALCON, MICHELLE TUYO
25.  HARINA, CHRISTINE JOYCE PASIA
26.  ADAN, FATIMA ELAINE ARRIOLA
27.  MAGTIBAY, JESSICA OBISPO
28.  REYES, JOHN CARLO REYES
29.  BANATE, MARVIN DE ONTOY
30.  CASTILLO, JOHN PAUL ANDREW LAT
31.  ABANES, RIONLE MANALO
32.  CORNELIO, JENNELYN GONZALES
33.  BRIÑOSA, VIVIEN DEL MUNDO
33.  RECIO, ELLA MAE ZABALA
34.  FELICIANO, CHRISTIAN ANDREW DIMAANO
35.  BELDA, ANGELICA BRIONES
36.  CHAVEZ, INDHA TWYLA MAGSOMBOL
37.  MALABANAN, MARIELLE PEREZ
38.  ANTONIO, JESI KIEL MAPA
38.  DAPUL, LLOYD GABRIELLE GALAM
39.  MARASIGAN, ALELEE LIBREA
39.  RECIO, JENIEVA
40.  AMBOY, PATRICIA ANN MARANAN
41.  ADONA, KIM JAMES LAYLO
42.  SOLIS, PATRICK TUMAMBING
43.  MANIMTIM, JUDY INCIONG
44.  REYES, MA. JESSICA GARCIA
45.  TAÑAMOR, YASMINE CAMPOSANO
46.  REBAÑO, ANJANETTE CIAR
47.  LINDO, ANDREA FRANSISCO
48.  GASPAR, SHERRY MAE MARASIGAN
49.  MAGSINO, OLLIE MARIE MAYOR
50.  CASTILLO, SCHERLYN MARCIANO
51.  OVAL, KAYDEEN MICKA TUTOR
52.  DE GALA, AR JAY RON MATALA
53.  DIMACULANGAN, ABIGAIL JOYCE POLICARPIO
53.  PEREZ, CESAR LAWRENCE NOUELL GLENN TOLENTINO
54.  MENDOZA, DENELYN TIAGA
55.  GONZALES, RENELL ROARING
56.  BONDAD, PRINCESS JHEA UMALI
57.  HERNANDEZ, ALFONSO DELOS REYES
57.  TORRES, CHRISTIAN EGUIA
58.  ROCAFORT, TRIXIE LEI ABANCIO
59.  DE CHAVEZ, WYNETTE CARINGAL
60.  QUIMIO, JENNA MITCHIE LUMBRES
61.  MENDOZA, JERALDINE MARIE DE CASTRO
62.  BRUCAL, ARVIN PATULOT
63.  NERY, GENESIS NAVARRO
64.  PINGA, ANGELICA OBOZA
65.  CATANYAG, JUSTIN MALALUAN
66.  VILLANUEVA, MARY CLARE LEGASPI
67.  AQUINO, HAZELLE MANALO
68.  LARAYA, MARGIE MONTANO
69.  OBTIAL, LINDSAY CARANDANG
70.  SAYAT, DANNAH SAYAT
71.  BALAGAO, RIZALYN JOY QUITAIN
72.  BAUTISTA, AILEEN CRUZAT
72.  MANALO, KRIS LEANNE OPACO
73.  DIO, MARIAN LINDO
74.  SISON, DANA KRISTIN LUBI
75.  VILLAZAR, CARISSA JOY MARTIJA
76.  SARMIENTO, SHARLEN SUAL
77.  MAUHAY, RIKKI MAE ORTEGA
78.  BERINIA, PRINCESS CAPUNO
79.  ARANDA, ROSELYN SALAZAR
80.  ARANAS, GREY KRISTOFF FAROL
81.  CATANE, JANSSEN KAE RAMIREZ
82.  PEÑA, SARAH JANE PADILLA
83.  HOSMILLO, GLYDEL MALABAG
84.  MALACAMAN, KATHLEEN GRACE RIVERA
85.  SORILLA, JENNY JOY OLIVAREZ
86.  DE CHAVEZ, RAZIELLE ACEBO
87.  CASTOR, RUTH ANN CLAIRE VERGARA
87.  PEREZ, ZAI MEIYIN
88.  TRAYVILLA, JOJIELYN POSE
89.  ILAO, PRANCES ROMINA SEMIRA
90.  CAPUZ, MA. ANTONETTE BARREDO
91.  MAYOR, LYKA ROMBON
92.  AMACA, GERALDINE ROSALES
93.  ABASTILLAS, AIREN TOLENTINO

 

SPECIAL AWARDS

ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE AWARD                                 PRESIDENT'S AWARD

ALBAY, RENZ DAVE PUNZALAN


LEADERSHIP AWARD

NAVARRO, PAULINE LAMINERO

(VISUAL/ LITERARY ARTS)
ST. BR. MUTIEN MARIE AWARD
MENDOZA, ARIANNE JOY CARANDANG

(TECHNOLOGY)
BR. HUGH DAMIEN AWARD
RIVERA, KEN FRITZ DIMAANO



(TEAM SPORTS)
BR. HENRY VIRGIL AWARD
CASTILLO, BRENNAN GARTH GALLARDO

ST. BENILDE AWARD
HERNANDEZ, MONICA ROSE TRIVIÑO

BLESSED BR. SOLOMON AWARD
OLDIEM, SHERMEN ARWIE NIRE

(PERFORMING ARTS)

ST. BR. MUTIEN MARIE AWARD
MEDINA, MART ALMER PANALIGAN


(SCIENCE)

BR. HUGH DAMIEN AWARD
FUERTE, MELANIE FRONDA

(INDIVIDUAL SPORTS)


BR. HENRY VIRGIL AWARD
BRIÑOSA, VIVIEN DEL MUNDO

BR. MIGUEL FEBRES CORDERO
BOTARDO II, ELIAS FERRER


BR. HUGH WESTER AWARD

LOYALTY AWARD

AGNER, MARION REPULDA
AGUILA, JOHN RAVEN SILVA
ALMEDA, RAMON IV GENIL
ALMEDILLA, CHARLES BENCYN SUAY
ARANAS, GREY KRISTOFF FAROL
BLEZA, VIELLE ANNE MARIE DIMAANO
CALINGASAN, CARLA MARIE FAVORITO
CALINGASAN, GERRYMAE KALAW
CASTILLO, BRENNAN GARTH GALLARDO
CUENCA, CHRISTIAN PAUL ANDAYA
CUSTODIO, MCQUEO FOLIONAFRED ARZOBAL
DAVID, ALEN LUIS GALANG
DE CASTRO, JOSE MARLO BARRO
DE CASTRO, MA. NATASHA ALEXANDRIA RICERO
DIMACULANGAN, VINCE CEDRIC KAMUS
ESPIRIDION, ROBERT CARL MAYOR
GO, DONALD ANTE
GUERRA, EMMANUEL CHESTER OZAETA
GUTIERREZ, KARLO FRANCO MALIBIRAN
INCIONG, RENZ KENNETH DE GUZMAN
LAGUARDIA, MYLEEN THEREZE ANGELES
LEDESMA, JAIRUS JOHN UBAMOS
LEYNES, ZARAH KRISTINA TENORIO
LLANES, DENNIS MARAVILLA
LOBENDINO, KRISTIN MARGOT POTENCIANO
LOJO, ERICA STEFAN MARTIJA
LUGO, JAQC ED DANNIEL DOROJA
MAGANITO, JANICA MARI FLORES
MAGCAWAS, ROALD AGULAY
MAGNAYE, MEGAN LYRA KATIGBAK
MAGSINO, HANNAH MARIE ATIENZA
MANARIN, NORIKO MAY NIERRAS
MARASIGAN, RAINALD MONTECILLO
MARIANO, JOSE NORBERTO CUDIA
MARQUEZ, ISAAC JESTHER GOMEZ
MASONSONG, CLARENCE JERARD
MENDOZA, ALPHA AIQUEEN SANCHEZ
MERCADO, ARIES MAGTIBAY
MISSION, KRISTAL AIRA DE TORRES
MITRA, JENINAH MARIE BRIONES
MOLANO, RAE ANNE UMALI
MORADA, LOISE OLIVARES
NAVARRO, PAULINE LAMINERO
ORFILA, MARK DAVID TORRES
ORTIZ, CHARLENE LAYOSA
PADUA, JAMELA MAE MARAVILLA
PALOMILLO, ZHALINE GRABATO
PESIGAN, MARIA VERONA LORZANO
PILAPIL, MA. JESSICA LARA
RAMIREZ, ALJEROME LONTOC
REYES, DIANA KRISELDA HIWATIG
ROBLES, RYAN CABRERA
ROLDAN, CLAIRE ANNE DIMAYUGA
SAJINES, KARL DOMINIQUE CASTILLO
SAMONTE, PATRICIA CLEO GUERRA
SANDOVAL, ANDREA NOELLE PALER
SEMAÑA, JAYVEE UMALI
SEMAÑA, JUVY ANNE UMALI
SISON, JOAQUIN TIMOTEO MATIENZO
TOLENTINO, ALYSSA GAIL IRIARTE
VITALIS, CHRISTIAN REY MARQUEZ




Annual Physical Examination (APE) for PhilBritish-Cocolife Principal Members and Healthcard Non-members

Please be informed of the following schedules for the Annual Physical Examinations to be facilitated by Mary Mediatrix Medical Center:                      
                                                      

 DateTimeVenueRemarks
For Healthcard Principal MembersApril 7 and 8, 20166:30am to 4:30pmOn-Site: DLSL Nursing Skills Laboratories, Mabini HallPlease refer to the specific details below (Letter A)
For Non-Healthcard MembersApril 11 to 25, 20167:00am to 4:00pmMary Mediatrix Medical CenterPlease refer to the specific details below (Letter B)


GENERAL INFORMATION


Basic procedures to be undertaken: 
(a) CBC (b) Urinalysis (c) Fecalysis (d) Chest X-Ray (e) Physical Exam with Eye Check-Up
 
Additional procedures for 35 years old and above: 
For Female - Cholesterol / FBS / ECG / Pap Smear   
For Male - Cholesterol / FBS / ECG

Validation of Recent Laboratory and Diagnostic Procedure Results: 
For co-workers with recent results of the following are exempted to undergo the said procedures. However, they are REQUIRED to submit the results to the IHS ON OR BEFORE the scheduled APE for evaluation and validation.                                 

ProcedureValidity
Chest x-ray, ECG and laboratory proceduresfrom November 2015 onwards
Pap smear (female 35 years old and above)from May 2015 onwards

  *Non-submission of the results would mean non-exemption on medical procedures. 

Important Reminders:   

  1. Co-workers may get the specimen bottles (for stool specimen only) from the Institutional Health Services (IHS) starting April 6, 2016. Everyone is reminded to write their full name on the specimen bottle before submission. Urine specimen bottles will be provided during the actual APE.
  2.    
  3. Co-workers who will undergo the cholesterol and FBS blood test are reminded to be on NPO (nothing by mouth) starting 12:00 midnight or equivalent to 8-10 hours fasting before the scheduled blood extraction.
  4.    
  5. Co-workers are reminded that the APE is part of the requirements for the CLEARANCE. Compliance on the said procedure is a MUST.

  1. For Philippine British-Cocolife Principal Members (On-Site)
                                                                                            
    TIMEAPRIL 7, 2016APRIL 8, 2016
    6:30amStart of Registration
    6:30am to 12:00nnIntegrated School / CITE / VCM OfficesAdmin Offices & Directorates / President's Office / VCAR Offices / CoN / CoL
    1:00pm to 4:30pmIntegrated School / CITE / VCM OfficesCEAS / CBEAM / CIHTM
         
    a1. The registration and blood extraction for Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) and cholesterol will be done starting 6:30am to co-workers who are 35 years old and above. (Ideal blood extraction time is from 6:30am to 8:00am).
       
    a2. Co-workers who will not be able to undergo the on-site APE on the said dates due to an official business or other valid reasons will have their APE at Mary Mediatrix Medical Center from April 11 to April 25, 2016. For assistance and reservation of slots, co-workers may directly call MMMC at Tel. 773-6800 local 1195 c/o Ms. Cath Castillo or Ms. Valerie Ong two (2) days prior to the co-workers' preferred schedule. Co-workers are required to bring their DLSL ID in order to be accomodated.
  2.    
  3. For Non-Healthcard Members (at the Industrial Corporate Center, Mary Mediatrix Medical Center)
         
    b1. Heatlhcard Non-Members will be accommodated at Mary Mediatrix Medical Center's Industrial Corporate Center from April 11 to 25, 2016 (Monday to Saturday - 7:00am to 4:00pm) only. All fees will be shouldered by the school for those who will undergo the APE on the schedule as stated.
       
    b2. Co-workers must present the DLSL School IDs upon registration at the Industrial Nursing Station.
       
    b3. Co-workers who are 35 years and above must be at the venue on or before 8:00am for cholesterol and FBS blood extraction fasting requirement.
       
    b4. For assistance and reservation of slots, co-workers may directly call MMMC at Tel. 773-6800 local 1195 c/o Ms. Cath Castillo or Ms. Valerie Ong two (2) days prior to the co-workers' preferred schedule.
       
    b5. Co-workers who were hired on November 2015 onwards are exempted to undergo the APE. (Please refer to the list of co-workers who are required to undergo APE).
         
 For questions and clarifications, please call the HRD Office and look for Ms. Juliet Dimayuga at local 210. Thank you very much.

DLSL is NBTC Division 2 Champions
After being crowned as the National Basketball Training Center (NBTC) Southern Luzon kings in the regional finals held last February 28, 2016, De La Salle Lipa High School Basketball team finally nailed the national championship in the NBTC Division 2 held at the MOA Arena, March 17.

Aired live via ABS CBN sports channel, the Green Chevrons blow out their opponents from Rex Dei Academy of Sta. Rosa City, Laguna ending the championship match at 62-60. Armed with the shooting skills of Grade 9 Reyger Dimaunahan, hailed as NBTC Division 2 MVP, the Chevrons proved that they are truly the league's most impressive team.  Dimaunahan was likewise awarded as the NBTC Division 2 All-Star Game MVP on Wednesday, March 16, leading the squad coached by FEU's Mike Tolomia. 

DLSL's head coach Jrex Atienza, in one of the interviews, shared "… this is our greatest accomplishment – it's a national championship!"  The Lipa-based squad has earned 8 championship titles this season - from area / local tournaments going to the national leagues.





18 Green Chevrons Represent Calabarzon in Palaro
After successfully landing in the final spot in the recently held Southern Tagalog Calabarzon Athletic Association (STCAA) Meet held last February 7-12, 2016 at Dasmarinas City, Cavite, eighteen (18) Integrated School student athletes, along with 4 coaching staff, are set to represent the Calabarzon Region in the upcoming 2016 Palarong Pambansa to br held on April 10 - 16 in Legazpi City, Albay.

In one of his interviews, Department of Education's Secretary Br. Armin Luistro FSC, confirmed that the staging of this year's Palaro in Albay would have many "firsts" with the participation of the Negros Island Region, making it 18 regions to compete and not the usual 17 regions.  Four demonstration sports are likewise included in this year's tournament - futsal, wushu, billiards and wrestling.

Thousands of athletes and spectators are expected to participate and witness the week-long national event in Legazpi City, Albay as the latter won the bidding in this year's hosting from Tuguegarao City, Cagayan.

The whole Lasallian community is praying for the success and safety of all our players and coaching staff in this much anticipated national tournament.

Below are the Green Chevrons who will be part of the Calabarzon line-up.

High School Volleyball Girls
    Mary Mirgie Bautista
    Jewel Hannah Ysabelle Encarnacion
    Jamie Margaret Frago
    Ylizyeth Justine Jazareno
    Reign Lumbera
    Alleiah Jan Malaluan
    Janel Maraguinot

Coach:  Ms. Regine Diego
Trainer:  Mr. Raphael Guevarra

 
Elementary Volleyball Girls
    Emmanuela Rain Gonzalbo
    Tracy Elisse Regalado

Chaperon:  Ms. Imelda Mendoza

 
FUTSAL High School Girls
    Alhalawa Niveen Abu
    Aira Nicole De Castro
    Daniell Ysabel Javier
    Martina Rojin Punzalan
    Mika Jomei Punzalan

Chaperon:  Ms. Miriam Merlin

 
Elementary Baseball Boys
    Pio Armani Villamiel

 
Swimming
    Ethan Roy Go
    Gabrielle Madelaine Gonzalvo
    Robin Luis Tolentino

Announcements to Graduating Students
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New Employee Fitness Gym Opening Soon
As part of De La Salle Lipa's priority to address the school community members' physical welfare, a new fitness gym will soon be open for the employees. 

The new facility is located at the basement of the Br. Benilde Hall, or the former chapel of the school.

Alumnus, Fr. Antonio Umali led the blessing on January 15, 2016, attended by administrators and co-workers.

Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., President and Chancellor, regarded the new fitness hub as a potential life-saver. It is the answer to the employees' means to exercise, especially those who are not into sports, or in case there is not enough facility to accommodate their sport preferences.

Meanwhile, Ms. Jhyn Concordia, Vice Chancellor for Administration, explained that the gym was meant to strengthen the holistic development of the employees. She even cited several benefits and other perks that the members of the community could acquire from the regular use of the gym as part of one's well-being.


Attendance Concerns and Reminders on School Fair 2016
In line with the School Fair 2016, please be reminded of the following:

  1. February 8, 2016 - Regular Holiday (Chinese New Year)

  2. February 9, 2016 to February 13, 2016 (Tuesday-Saturday) are considered REGULAR WORKING DAYS. Full-Time co-workers are required to serve forty (40) hours during the week.

  3. In lieu of February 13, 2016 (Saturday), Regular Working Day, February 15, 2016 (Monday) is considered PAID REST DAY. HRD shall be in-charge for the mass day-off application.

  4. Full-Time co-workers who are regularly serving forty (40) hours from Monday to Saturday are reminded to apply for change of Official-Time thru Advanced HRIS (please refer to item #1).

  5. Part-time faculty members are required to render the total number of hours equivalent to their teaching load per day except for those with classes from 5:00pm onwards on February 11 and 12, 2016.

    For February 13 (Saturday), the required number of hours to be rendered are to be based on the number of hours equivalent to the Saturday teaching load and/or number of hours equivalent to the Monday teaching load (in lieu of the Monday schedule).

    For those who will be exceeding eight (8) hours for their Saturday and Monday classes only the maximum of eight (8) hours shall be served.

  6. Everyone is reminded to log-in and log-out thru Biometrics.

For any questions and clarifications, please call Ms. Noemi de Torres of the HRD Office at local 210.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

DLSL Community Celebrates Wild West-Themed Christmas
A bull ride, a saloon facade as backdrop, grilled and roasted meats on one side, and with employees donned in cowboy and cowgirl outfits, there was no doubt that the ambience was utterly wild west. 

But right before all the merriment and festivities, the special occasion fittingly commenced with a Misa de Gallo on the night of the institutional Christmas celebration on 18 December 2015 at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle.  

The inviting aroma of roasted pork and cattle welcomed the arrival of the school community which immediately marked the beginning of another promising and memorable party. 

President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. shared his yuletide message to officially start the program. The Brother President reminded everyone that Christmas is not only for kids for it is a shared celebration that serves as a reminder that Jesus came and lived amongst the young and old alike.

Aside from the usual raffle prizes, courtesy of the suppliers and partners, the annual gathering was highlighted with the season's "coopetition" patterned after the famous show "Your Face Sounds Familiar."

The following contestants and celebrity they imitated, Lerma Castro aka Charisse Pempengco - Pyramid, Criselda Roldan aka Justin Bieber - Baby, Vanessa Tattao aka Tina Turner - What's Love Got to Do, Issa Malaluan aka Britney Spears - Oops, I did it Again, Nora Sarmiento aka Ed Sheeran- Thinking Out Loud, Jake Bigcas aka Francis Magalona - Mga Kababayan Ko, and Rhea Sabaybay aka Yeng Constantino - Chinito, made every one's night with their most convincing performance of their assigned artist.

Invited alumni judges, Franco Dimayuga, Cir Anton Garing, and Mariya Ina Franchesca Joves, gamely shared their thoughts on their top three contestants and adjudged Issa Malaluan as the winner. The unmistakable doppelganger of Britney Spears and her rendition of the pop singer's hit song - Oops, It Did It Again - won her the title.




Free Vaccination on World Rabies Day
All year round is a season of giving and sharing, as proven by the Lasallian family on their celebration of the World Rabies Day, 28 September 2015, through free vaccination.

The campaign was led by the De La Salle Araneta University (DLSAU), in unison with the Departments of Agriculture and Health on being Rabies-Free in 2016.

De La Salle Lipa supported the noble cause of the sister school by assisting the DLSAU volunteer doctor, Veterinary Medicine students in their conduct of One La Sallle Anti-Rabies vaccination in Brgy. Malagonlong, Lipa City.

A total of 157 dogs and four cattle benefited from the said program with the tagline #EndRabiesTogether, through the coordination of the Community Involvement Office with the Office of the City Veterinary Officer, headed by Dr. Samuel P. Comia.


All Praise, Thanksgiving: Testimonial Dinner for Engr. Mijeno
Similar to a close-knit family gathering, select members of the community got together for the testimonial dinner for Engr. Aisa and her brother, Raphael Mijeno, on 2 December 2015, hosted by the Brothers' community at their house.

Both alumni of De La Salle Lipa, Engr. Mijeno, Computer Engineering, Batch 2006, and Raphael, HS Batch 2005, have made quite a buzz, especially the former, when she shared the stage with no less than the US President, Barack Obama, and Alibaba CEO, Jack Ma, during the APEC Summit in November 2015, to discuss her invention "the Sustainable Alternative Lighting or SALt lamp."

After the scrumptious dinner, the DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. took the floor to introduce Engr. Mijeno and her brother to retell their story that shook up the country in the most positive way, leaving the media in frenzy to hear straight from them the enviable experience of their close encounters with two of the most powerful and influential people in the world.

The vice chancellors, deans, and directors, along with the Brothers were all in anticipation of their story that have been sought not only by the media, but by interested companies, agencies, and institutions' groups of people who could not wait to get their hands on the lamp which drew the attention of the world.

Their mother, Brenda Mijeno, was beaming with pride as she sat among the members of the DLSL community who had their undivided attention on Engr. Mijeno and her brother who animatedly recounted the event that made them overnight sensations.

From the time she received a call from the White House to invite her for a panel discussion with Pres. Obama and Ma (which she thought would involve other Philippine delegates, only to find out that she will be the lone guest who will share the stage with the two big names), up to the personal invitation of the business mogul for mentoring, it was nothing but surreal according to the siblings.

Despite her initial hesitation, the young inventor accepted the offer after consulting Raphael who advised her not to pass up the once in a lifetime chance. True enough, the odds were on their favor as overwhelming offers and interests flooded immediately after the event.

Dreaming big for the benefit of the Filipinos, Engr. Mijeno said that the lamp is only the beginning. She intends to further develop her technology and maybe soon provide the electrical supply of an island in the country.  

At the end of the momentous dinner, the DLSL administrators took turns to take selfie with the now celebrity siblings.

Photo courtesy of Engr. Aisa Mijeno

Advanced Human Resource Information System (AHRIS) Live Implementation
Please be informed that AHRIS live implementation will be on January 04, 2016, 9:00am.
Below are the details of the implementation:

AHRIS Implementation Guidelines:
  1. Revised Payroll cut-off (this will supersede the memo issued last December 1, 2015 entitled IMPORTANT DATES AND REMINDERS ON ATTENDANCE)
    • Revised attendance cut-off for January 10 payroll period is from December 6, 2015 to January 3, 2016.
    • January 4 and 5 payroll transactions will be considered in the January 25 payroll period.

  2. New Approved Transaction Policies for AHRIS
    • Official time and Change shift
      The change of official working hours should be applied 2 days before the effectivity and approved before the payroll cut-off.

      The employee should tick the box "to set as default shift" if the applied official time is applicable for the entire semester or school year.

      All employees are requested to check their official time in AHRIS if it is their current official time. If not, they should apply thru AHRIS change shift module from Jnuary 4, 2016 to January 11, 2016.

    • Adjustments on employee payroll and attendance shall only be implemented on the next payroll period only.
      For corrections, kindly submit the AHRIS Adjustment Form (AAF) thru Employee Self-Service facility not later than 5 days before the next payroll cut-off. The report will be considered as final and correct if no notification from the employee has been received on the specified grace period. Adjustment will be made only on the next payroll period.

    • DTR Correction should be filed not later than 3 working days after effectivity date.

    • OB/Leave Application
      OB/Planned leave is applied before the date of effectivity but in case of emergency, it is applied immediately after the date of the OB/Leave.

    • Two-Level Approval on applications
      Employees with immediate supervisor - Supervisor and Manager are the approvers
      Employees with no immediate supervisor -  Manager and Director are the approvers
      Employees with no immediate supervisor &manager - Director is the approver (one level approval for this structure)

    • Approval escalation for office(s) directly reporting to VC
      Highest approver will be the Director. In office(s) with no director, the Department Head/Manager will be the final approver except for his/her own application.

  3. HRIS downtime
    Please be informed that HRIS will not be available effective December 22, 2015, thus:
    • Any payroll adjustment for December 10 & December 25 payroll should be submitted not later than January 8, 2016 thru AHRIS to be effected on January 25 payroll.
    • All transactions for the period December 6-8, 2015 should be applied and approved until December 20, 2015 thru HRIS for the processing of January 10, 2016 payroll period.
    • Any authorized overtime from December 19, 2015 to January 3, 2016 should be applied and approved thru AHRIS before January 15, 2016 to be effected on January 25 payroll.

  4. AHRIS User Access
    • DLSL Website - EMPLOYEES - AHRIS links will be used for system access.
    • DLSL official email account must be active as it will be the default username.
    • Default Password will be the employee number
    • End-users will be directed to change their password following this format (A minimum of 8 characters containing at least 1 lowercase, 1 uppercase, 1 number and 1 valid special character like !, @, #, $, %, ^, *, /).
    • End-users are not allowed to disclose their user account to anyone.

For any questions and clarifications regarding username and password, please call Ms. Lani Rosales of the ICTC Office at local 246 and for other concerns please call Ms. Noemi De Torres of the HRD Office at local 210.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

LAVOXA's Regional Press Con Feat
Among 40 contending schools around Calabarzon, De La Salle Lipa ranked 5th Top Performing School in Campus Journalism during the Regional Higher Education Press Conference held at Batis Aramin Hotel and Resort, Lucban, Quezon, Dec 2-4.

The top five qualifiers in the individual contests will advance to the Luzonwide Higher Education Press Conference to be held in Vigan City, Ilocos Sur, on February 4-6, 2016.

Below are the awards received by Lavoxa Group of Publications.

Group Categories:

Utak Berde

9th Best Literary Folio
4th Best Literary Content
5th Best Cover Design

L Magazine
6th Best Magazine
1st Best Features Page
3rd Best Literary Page
3rd Best Cover Design
5th Best Page Design
8th Best Sports Page

Umalohokan
6th Best Newsletter
5th Best News Page
5th Best Sports Page
7th Best Developmental Communication Page
9th Best Features Page

Lavoxa Broadsheet
5th Best Broadsheet
2nd Best Literary-Features Page
4th Best News Page
4th Best Editorial Page
5th Best Page Design
5th Best Sports Page
5th Best Editorial Page

Individual Categories:
Pauline Navarro - 1st Place | Development Communication Writing (English)
Justin Cedric Yabut - 1st Place | Copyreading and Headline Writing (English)
Philip Joshua Leynes -  1st Place | Sports Writing (English)
Fatima Magadia -  1st Place | News Writing (Filipino)
Veronica Tapia -  2nd Place | Editorial Writing (English)
Lowell Lunar -  2nd Place | Comic Strip (Filipino)
Gertie Gladley Mantuano -  3rd Place | Editorial Writing (English – Observer’s Category)
Vigie Ador -  4th Place | Photojournalism (Filipino)
Lowell Lunar -  5th Place | Editorial Cartooning (Filipino)
Ranzel Dimaculangan -  5th Place | Sports Writing (Filipino)
Pauline Navarro -  7th Place | Column Writing (English)
Philip Joshua Leynes -  7th Place | Development Communication Writing (Filipino)
Fatima Magadia -  8th Place | Copyreading and Headline Writing (Filipino)
Lea Magundayao -  8th Place | Layouting


Photo courtesy of Raynold Oruga


Amendment on Brother President Scholarship Grant Program
This memorandum is to ensure that all co-workers are informed of the amendment in the Brother President Scholarship Grant come the implementation of Senior High School (SHS). BPSGP provides access to Lasallian education to qualified children of DLSL Lasallian Partners on an annual basis for not more than twelve (12) academic years at the basic education.

With the implementation of K-12 Program, the following guidelines shall be in effect:
                                                                                                                       
Hierarchy of qualified dependent

Scholarship Grant Coverage
Grade 11 and Grade 12

1st dependent exceeding the 12 years of scholarship grant
         
  • Full scholarship grant covering tuition and fees in Grade 11 and Grade 12
  •    
2nd and 3rd dependents exceeding the 12 years of scholarship grant
         
  • 100% tuition fee discount in Grade 11 and Grade 12
  •      
  • School fees and other fees shall be on the account of the co-worker
  •    
Dependents with less than 11 years of scholarship grant
         
  • Full scholarship grant covering tuition and fees in Grade 11 and Grade 12
  •    
2nd and 3rd dependents with 11 years of scholarship grant
         
  • Full scholarship grant covering tuition and fees in Grade 11
  •      
  • 100% tuition fee discount in Grade 12. School fees and other fees shall be on the account of the co-worker.
  •    

However, as a LAMP policy, some depository fees including, but not limited to, foundation fee, alumni fee, and graduation pictures are on the account of the co-worker.

Lasallian Partners who may have concern in paying the school fees and other fees may approach the LAMP Office Manager and Finance Director for mode of payment. Please call the LAMP Office at local 279 for question/clarification.

Thank you very much.

Math Wiz Perez ICAS Outstanding Achiever
After conquering one competition after another, De La Salle Lipa's math wiz, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 7, was recognized with a distinguished University New South Wales Medal (UNSW Medal) at the 2015 International Competitions and Assessment for Schools (ICAS) Mathematics held in August.

Perez made it to the roster of outstanding achievers and among the 18 Filipinos who received the top awards after garnering the highest scores in their year level.        

Joining Perez in this year's awardees were  pupils, Gerard Elmer Ilagan, Grade 6, and Alexander Benedict Bulloso, Grade 4, both Distinction awardees, and Paolo Miguel Torres, Grade 6, Merit awardee.

In previous news posted on the Philippine Board of Studies website, it was stated that the country faired well as more than 3000 participants from the Philippines, 109 students will received High Distinction certificates, 324 of them will get Distinction certificates, 623 will be awarded with Credit certificates and 226 will receive the Merit certificates. The remaining 2014 will receive certificates of participation.

Back in March of this year, all four students have also been recognized by the Department of Science and Technology in the last Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics Awards (YES) for their outstanding performance in various international math competitions.




Advocating Literacy through P.A.H.I.N.A.
In a modest but memorable ceremony, De La Salle Lipa officially turned over the mini-library to the Aeta Tribal community in Brgy. Puting Kahoy, Rosario, Batangas on September 17, 2015.

It is intended for the use of the children studying in the daycare center.

Kids could not hide their excitement as they were rounded-up by the daycare teacher to commence the coinciding blessing.

Fr. Diego Ibarra, IVE blessed the mini-library, witnessed by the pupils, parents, Lingkod Lasalyano volunteers, and employees. In his effort to impart his message to the little ones of the community, he explained to always begin an activity with a prayer and make it a priority to offer the fruits of their endeavor to Jesus and Mary.  

CIO Manager, Judith Alcaraz, was on hand to speak on behalf of the Vice Chancellor for Mission, Ms. Violeta Ramirez. Her only request was for the pupils to enjoy and appreciate the books and take care of them so their successors will also get to benefit from the blessings that were bestowed upon them. 

Through the Community Involvement Office and the assistance of Lingkod Lasalyano organization, P.AH.I.N.A. or Pagbasa Para Sa Hinaharap Ng Mga Aeta, came to life to promote literacy, to introduce the importance and benefits of reading, and inculcate in them the huge difference a well-read person could make.




DLSL's CPA Passers in October 2015 Licensure Exam
After the successful turnout for De La Salle Lipa's examinees in the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination held in October 2015 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi and Lucena, the institution yielded 61.54% passing rate against the national 41.06%.

Aside from DLSL's topnotchers of this particular batch, Hannah Faye Krystle Albarracin Reyes, sixth place, and Keren Kristel Maralit Dimaculangan, ninth place, below are the most recent CPA Licensure Exam passers.

AGUILAR, RHEYBEN FONTE
ALULOD, CATHLYN ALOLOD
ANGELES, JOAN LOPEZ
ARNIGO, IVY SHARMAINE COMIA
ARTILLAGA, REMON ARTILLAGA
ASIS, AUDREY VENINE COMIA
ATIENZA, EDNALYN BRUCAL
ATIENZA, ZHIELA MARIE AGUILA
BAKILID, JENNIFREN CABRALDA
BALITA, JINKY JANE DE CHAVEZ
BARCELONA, HARRIET MATIBAG
BATI, ZYRUS JOHAN HERNANDEZ
BAYLON, SHIELA MARIE CABRERA
BENEDICTO, ECHELANE MANUEL
CAMACHO, ARIANNE MAMIIT
CANDELARIA, JULIUS RAFAEL FERNANDEZ
CLAVERIA, RICH VAN JASPER CRUZAT
CORTES, SARAH JEAN BOFILL
CUENCA, LIZANIE MOSTER
DE SILVA, JEFFREY LLANES
DELA PENA, KEVIN MERCADO
DELGADO, STEPHANY LANGITAN
DIMACULANGAN, GRACE MARIE MAJELLA ALCANTARA
DIMACULANGAN, KEREN KRISTEL MARALIT
DIMACULANGAN, RENZ ARGEAN SALAZAR
ESCANO, JAMAICA ANN QUITAIN
FRUTO, LOUIE ANDREW ANIVERSARIO
GARCIA, NICOLE KIMBERLY PANGHULAN
GOSOSO, RHEA HORNILLA
GUTIERREZ, KAROL JOSEF SEBOLINO
HULAR, SARAH GREGORIO
ILAGAN, LUCKY CENN KAIBIGAN
JAVIER, NERIZ ANNE MAGPANTAY
KALALO, RHEGELYN VILA
LIPAT, GEMELA MARIE MARASIGAN
MAGUGAT, CARL MARTIN BATHAN
MARASIGAN, PRECIOUS LOVE MORETE
MARIANO, ELAINE SARMIENTO
MARQUEZ, LITZ MICHAELA ANGELES
MATRIANO, RANIER CANILAO
MERCADO, PAULA BIANCA UMALI
MISSION, KATHLEEN MAE DE TORRES
NACION, MILROSE LEYESA
NAVARRO, FATIMA GERONG
ORENSE, MEIVIS TIPAN
ORTEGA, EDUARD TOLENTINO
PAALA, KAYCEE ERICKA BAUTISTA
PAREDES, MA SHERLYN JUSTA REYES
PEREZ, ELLEN JOY GALANGGA
PESIGAN, JAN PHILLIP REYES
PROMENTILA, JULIE ANNE ENDAYA
QUIMORA, SHAIRA MELLA VILLANUEVA
REAZO, JOHN KARLO
REYES, HANNAH FAYE KRYSTLE ALBARRACIN
SAMSON, PATRICIA MARIE UY
SAN JOSE, JAYMIE ANGELICA PEREGRINA
SANGILAN, EL DANICA GARCIA
SEGUENZA, CRISTELLE DE LOS SANTOS
TOBIAS, KARL KEVIN MERCADO
UMALI, JOYCE ANNE VILLARIN
VENTURA, NICOLE SARAH LISING
VILLAPANDO, MICA
DE ROXAS, JERICCA ARRIANA REYES
TEMPLO, NORDELYN LUCERO
CALO, CORINA JENINE OLARTE
JAVIER, ROSS LEO SALUD
LA ROSA, RUBILYN TORRES
MENDOZA, KIMBERLY CAMILLE GARCIA
MOSTER, MARYJANE KATHLYN LEYESA
SILVA, JADE UMALI
TORRES, ROCELLE JELLYN DIMALIBOT
YU, GLENDA MALOLOS




LICA's 2nd Culinary Cup Win
After their successful debut in last year's competition, a new batch of contestants of the Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts went head to head with the gastronomic industry's best, including the up and coming chefs, as they make a mark in the Philippine Culinary Cup 2015.

From a single award in 2014, this time, the new teams of LICA brought home two titles.

Winner of a bronze medal in the Local Seafood Challenge was the team coached by Chef Pamela De Leon with student contestant, Joseph Emmanuelle Garing. Other adjudged bronze medalists in the Young Chef's Team Challenge were coached by Chef Jayson Dimaculangan, with student contestants, Clarence Alissa Masino and Angeli Albufera.

LICA's other team was composed of Kevin Ray Buenaobra, Earl Christian Salazar and Jayson Lagramada, coached by Chef Pamela De Leon in the Filipino Cuisine Challenge.

The Philippine Culinary Cup, aptly dubbed "Where the Best Meet to Compete," was held at the SMX Convention Center on August 6-8, 2015. It is considered one of the prestigious national competitions as it draws the country's finest chefs and the most promising ones who wish to make a name in one of the most in demand fields - culinary. 

It is the sole culinary competition in the country that is endorsed by the World Association of Chefs Societies and annually graced by the world-renowned chefs as judges.




A Monumental Trilogy Event at DLSL
Like mushrooms, buildings at De La Salle Lipa are sprouting, left and right to provide more student-centered facilities that are responsive to modernization and consistent with the physical development plan of the institution.

A testament of which were the recently concluded groundbreaking rites held on September 8, 2015 which aptly concluded with a commemoration of Mother Mary's nativity.

A multisectoral group was on hand to witness the momentous occasion beginning with the groundbreaking for a 2,242-square meter gymnasium that will be initially constructed at the Sports Complex. With two FIBA-size basketball courts, and an approximate spectator seating capacity of 480 persons at the retractable bleachers, it shall serve as a multi-purpose facility that features convertible courts for basketball, volleyball and badminton, or even venues for dance and theatre practices, as well as, for productions and assemblies. Along with this Phase 1a construction are inclusion of separate male & female lockers rooms for the athletes' use, a teachers' room, I.T. room, an equipment room, and a canteen that also serves as students' lounge and gathering area.

Subsequently, the groundbreaking rites of the three-storey Students Center - 1,800 square meters - dedicated floor space for college and senior high school students ensued. The Students Center features: a canteen with multiple food stations and a restaurant cafe on the ground level; student organization offices, meeting rooms and workplaces, and the Student Affairs Office on the second level; and a student hang-out spot for lounging, group study, conferences and recreational activities on the third level roofed deck.  Internet clusters are provided in several locations throughout the building.  The Students Center is comprised of a north wing rectangular block and a south wing with a curved glass curtain wall.  Connecting both wings are bridgeways at the upper levels and a central covered gallery on the ground level.  This gallery serves as a public gathering space and a pedestrian corridor linking the Students Center to adjacent buildings on campus.

Both descriptions of the upcoming buildings were provided by the selected architects from KSE who were in attendance, together with the commissioned construction companies for each building.

Taking turns, top administrators have discoursed support and gratitude for the newest blessings of the DLSL community during the ceremony. The Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alicia Botardo, underscored the past ten years' development plan being realized and painstakingly enumerated every structure.

President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., views the growth of the institution as inevitable. From its humble beginnings, the Brother President shared his reflection on how the institution has grown by leaps and bounds by dreaming big and witness it come to life. He dedicates the new facility to sports and arts, especially the Green Chevrons athletes - whom he calls the unsung heroes - deserving of homage for their indisputable and often inconspicuous sacrifices. On the other hand, building the Students Center is the institution's way of honoring the students. The upcoming structure intends to make the Lasallians more productive, constructive and creative. He concluded his message with a story addressed to the student leaders. As one of the contributors in the construction of the building, the Brother President reminded them that their contribution will be a legacy to future members of the community.

A blessing and a dream come true, the Vice Chancellor for Mission gushed over the overwhelming graces that had been granted to DLSL. She thanked the people who are responsible for the realization of such dream and hoped more would benefit from it.     

Concluding the event was the unveiling of the Our Lady of the Stars - a nine and a half foot statue - located at the foreground of the CBEAM Hall.

Through the Brothers Community Director, Br. Jun Estrellas, the history he shared elucidated how the Patroness, seemingly, by divine providence, found its way among Lasallians.

Since its origin in 1060 in Normandy, France, through a vision of falling stars, it has been passed on to the Brothers of the Christian Schools of Mercy and became popular in Europe even at the time of St. John Baptist de La Salle. But at the verge of extinction, the said congregation applied for membership under the Brothers of the Christian Schools. In 1938, the Institute of St. John Baptist de La Salle took charge of the Abbey and Shrine, ensuring the preservation and veneration of the Our Lady of the Star.

Destiny as it may be, or a providential coincidence, the striking symbol adorning the Patroness of La Salle Schools resembles the symbol of the Institute - a star - a sign of the spirit of faith.






Announcement to College Students


October 6, 2015


   


1.    Students' accounts are now deactivated; it will be activated on October 20 at 6:00pm up to October 21, 2015 for the online viewing of grades.


 


2.     For Students who have failures in the pre-requisites:  Schedules maybe adjusted during the scheduled enrolment. Please refer to the enrolment schedule below. Adjustment maybe done outside DLSL or at the designated computer laboratories listed below.


 


3.     For Students who did not pre-enrol:  You may pre-enrol during the scheduled enrolment. Please refer to the enrolment schedule below. Pre-enrolment maybe done outside DLSL or at the VDI laboratory at the 2nd Floor of CMR building.


 


ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


 



































DATE


YEAR LEVEL – COLLEGE


Oct 22


1st Year CEAS, CITE, CoN and CoL


Oct 23


1st Year CBEAM, CIHTM and SHS


Oct 26


2nd Year CEAS, CITE, CoN and CoL


Oct 27


2nd Year CBEAM, CIHTM and SHS


Oct 28


3rd Year CEAS, CITE, CoN and CoL


Nov 4


3rd Year CBEAM, CIHTM


Nov 5


4th Year CEAS, CITE, CoN and CoL and 5th Year CITE


Nov 6


4th Year CBEAM, CIHTM


Nov 6


Transferees and Returnees


 


 


DESIGNATED COMPUTER LABORATORIES




















LAST NAME


Computer Lab


supervised by:


A  -  F


MB 409


Ms. Cynthia Maderazo


G  -  M


MB 509


Ms. Annabelle Balita


N  -  Z


MB 510


 


 


 Notes:


1.     The list of students with accountabilities will be posted at the Registrar's website on or before October 15, 2015.


2.     Processes for the Issuance of Grades and Enrolment for the 2nd semester will be posted soon.


 


Affordable Housing Loan Program
As Pag-IBIG Fund members, one of the benefits that we can avail of are the Fund's various housing loan programs. Pag-IBIG has continually enhanced these programs to be within the affordability level of the Fund's members. Recently, the Affordable Housing Loan Program was launched to cater the housing needs of low and middle income earners with an interest rate of 4.5% per annum

In line with this, the Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG) through its Business Development Department - Southern Luzon Group will be conducting a Housing Loan Orientation to all interested DLSL employees. The orientation is scheduled on October 22, 2015, Thursday, 2:30pm to 4:00pm at the FHP Function Room, 2/F, CM Recto Hall. The orientation will take at least 45 minutes to one and half hour depending on raised questions and clarifications.

Since a minimum of twenty (20) participants is required, interested employees should call the HRD Office at local 210 or at 981-0011 for sign-up. Deadline for enlistment will be until October 14, 2015, Wednesday.

Thank you very much.

DLSL Presents its Newest Psychometrician Licensure Passers
At the initial take of De La Salle Lipa's most recent Psychology graduates of the Psychometrician Licensure Examination on July 2015, a total of 29 alumni passed the exam.

As reported by the Philippine Regulation Commission, the said licensure exam given by the Board of Psychology in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao and Legazpi, yielded 2,061 passers out of 4,466 hopefuls.

With utmost joy and pride, the DLSL community congratulates the following most recent passers.
 
ABUBO, REIZEL IRA MAMIIT
ANONUEVO, CLARICE DELA PENA
BANAAG, JUSTINE PAULINE LAS
CALINGASAN, RAYMOND JOSEPH RIVERA
CAPONPON, KIM HAROLD PALMA
CARANDANG, MADONNA NYMPHA SULAYAO
CAUSAPIN, PAMELA GAIL CALDERON
DE JESUS, MARY QUEENCESS RODRIGUEZ
DIAZ, ALAN GABRIEL CORNEJO
DIMAANO, AIRA JOYCE LUBIS
LAJARA, CAMILLE ORLANDA
LAQUI, ROXANNE TATLONGHARI
LARAYA, BIANCA ANNE AMAZONA
LAYGO, AVINEL JOYCE BRIONES
LEYNES, HAZEL LOPEZ
MAABA, ANNA KATRINA BARRION
MACALALAD, EILEEN JOYCE PATRON
MANALO, PHABELLA JOY DE JESUS
MATANGUIHAN, MURRAY ANORICO
MEDINA, JESSERY RABINO
ONA, GIANINA ALEXIS KAIBIGAN
PEREZ AR-JAY DELA CRUZ
RAMOS, KAREN MARIE BUISAN
SENA MARITHE KYLA REGIS ENCARNACION
SERRANO, MARIE CLAIRE MILAN
SILVA, MA. RICCA ZORNOSA
TENORIO, JULIE ANN MAABA
VALENCIA, KARLA LOUISE PUNAY
VERGARA ALLEN JAMILA

ACOPEI Champions Re-Engineering of Campus Program
"ARTSPECTIVES: New Prospects and Perspectives in Culture and Arts Programming in the Academe" was the compelling theme of the 5th National Conference of the Association of Cultural Offices in Philippine Educational Institutions, Incorporated (ACOPEI) that was cordially hosted by De La Salle Lipa.

Although the dismal weather did not spare the eventful opening ceremonies, it never prevented the group from triumphantly holding the occasion as planned on July 9-11, 2015.

With 80 participants from La Salle Ozamis, Cebu Technological University, Far Eastern University, De La Salle University-Manila, Lyceum of the Philippines-Manila, De La Salle University-Dasmarinas, University of Antique, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, and MAPUA, the attendees were composed of students, cultural workers and artists with a few of them who came all the way from Mindanao, as per introduction of ACOPEI Secretary, Virgilio Castillo, Jr.

In his welcome remarks, DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., commended the will and drive of ACOPEI to waste no time and proceeded with the program despite the uncertainty caused by the unfavorable weather. The Brother President extended his support for the groups noble cause.

ACOPEI President, Glorife Samodio, addressed the attendees in the opening remarks where she complimented and dubbed their participants as "mandirigma" for braving the typhoon and for matching the determination of their group to influence schools to re-engineer campus program. She recommended this timely move not only to revamp the old and traditional approach to culture and arts instruction but in preparation for the ASEAN Integration as well. 

More suggestions were provided in furthering and improving culture and arts programs, courtesy of ACOPEI Vice President, Rob Hayden while he gave a breakdown of the activities and highlighted this year's theme.

Invited keynote speaker was Congressman Leandro Mendoza. The Representative of the Fourth District of Batangas underscored the economic value of culture and arts through a study he presented, including its influence in schools that could appositely result in better academic performance of the students which will lead to a promising impact on socio economic and even other pertinent aspect of the community. Congressman Mendoza concluded his message with suggestions and strategies through the help of the cultural workers who shall maximize the resources, especially, human resources. He was counting on ACOPEI to serve as the key in the enlightenment of the minds of the youth. 

At the latter part of the opening, plenary speaker, Dr. Ramon Santos, National Artist for Music, discussed "Teaching Cultural Diversity through the Arts." To discover the uniqueness of people by elucidating the significance and necessity of teaching cultural diversity was the focal point of his presentation. An in-depth discussion ensued as he provided his unearthed information from all over the world to open the minds of the audience in the importance of the integration of culture and arts in the curricula or instruction. Finally, Dr. Ramos expressed his unequivocal praise to ACOPEI after explaining how impressed he was with the initial accomplishment of the group and encouraged them to continue what they have begun.

The succeeding couple of days of the event have been equally substantive as the opening, as the second day paved the way for the plenary speaker, Emily Abrera, Chair of the Cultural Center of the Philippines, who discussed "Arts Education and its Prospects for the Creative Industries." Following her presentation was the discussion of Director Elmer Talavera, TESDA representative to the National Committee for Culture and the Arts regarding Professionalization of Alternative Careers in the Arts."

And on the final day of the conference, a panel discussion was held focusing on Trends in Culture and Arts Education: University of Southeastern Philippines' "Pamulaan Center for Indigenous Education," and the last plenary session was led by Dr. Wilifreido Villacorta, former Permanent Philippine Representative to the ASEAN who gave his extensive presentation on the "Prospects of ASEAN Integration in Culture and Arts."





 




More Members of the Math Wiz Squad Reap Medals
At the last leg of their stint as selected participant in the international competition, more of De La Salle Lipa's representatives brought home medals and accolades.

In the 2015 Singapore International Mathematical Olympiad Competition (SIMOC) held August 14-17, 2015, three pupils from the Integrated School's Math Varsity Team earned awards after competing with more than 300 contestants from 11 countries and Asian territories.

Naomi Ashley Uy (Grade 3-BB 204), Silver and Bronze Medalist, Gabriel Briones (Grade 3-BB 204), Bronze Medalist and Merit Awardee, and Paolo Miguel Torres (Grade 6-BB 41), Silver and Bronze Medalist, rightfully earned their spots among the country's circumspectly handpicked delegation.  

This most recent batch of international contestants of DLSL surely made it worth their while as they collected not just one, but two awards each.

The Philippine team garnered 14 gold, 20 silver and 29 bronze medals, not to mention 11 merit awards.

In this journey of the Math Varsity Team to success, the members did not just gather medals or special recognitions, but above all, they have earned the respect and honor of their families, fellow Lasallians, and trainers; because regardless of their age and status, they have proven that with hard work and unyielding faith, nothing is impossible.




CIHTM Faculty, Staff on Certificate Upgrade
At the assessment conducted on July 19, 2015 by the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), the faculty and staff of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) earned their certificates in various fields.

The DLSL community lauds the members of CIHTM for their unceasing aspiration to improve themselves and share their knowledge and skills for the furtherance of education of the young Lasallians entrusted to their care.

The following faculty and staff are the most recent TESDA assessment passers: Mr. Jesus Catapang, Cookery NC II and Trainer's Methodology I; Ms. Jobelle Manalo, Cookery NC II and Trainer's Methodology I; Ms. Rhikie Rose Maranan, Cookery NC II and III and Trainer's Methodology I; Chef Jayson Dimaculangan, Bread and Pastry Production NC II, Cookery NC II, and Trainer's Methodology I; and Chef Patrick Henry Maravilla, Cokkery NC II, Events Management NC II, and Trainer's Methodology I.





Marquez, TOSP Nat'l Finalist
April Joy Marquez, AB Communications graduate of Batch '15, brought pride to her alma mater after being recognized as one of the 30 national finalists in the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines (TOSP) held July 30, 2015 at the Malacanang Palace.

Shortly after the Region IV-A TOSP winners was announced, it was determined that Marquez was the lone representative of the same region who qualified in the national level.

Aside from the said award giving body, another national recognition was bestowed upon the young Lasallian previously when she was adjudged one of the ten Jose Rizal Model Students of the Philippines 2014.

Moreover, this magna cum laude awardee embodies the characteristics and talents of a young luminary. Marquez is an active member of the Couples for Christ (CFC) - Youth for Christ (YFC) serving as the Sector Youth Head of High School-Based Program for Christ where she had previously led events in and out of Batangas.

In college, she unselfishly shared and put her other talents to good use as the Photo Director and Section Editor of DLSL's official publication - LAVOXA - where she likewise became a multi-awarded writer.

With her writing skills and passion in life, she was handpicked to be a research presenter in the 2014 Philippine Association of Communication Educators (PACE) National Conference.

While joggling her co- and extra-curricular activities, she still managed to land herself a spot in the ten Outstanding Junior College Students of DLSL 2014.  

Indeed, Marquez rightfully earned her slot in the 30 TOSP national finalists.




Boosting DLSL Brand Image
Administrators and selected faculty and staff had an engaging afternoon on the topic of branding last 24 July 2015 at the Function Room of the newly built CBEAM Building.  Spearheaded by the Human Resources Department (HRD) in partnership with the Marketing Communications Department (MCD), the "Creating DLSL Brand Image Seminar" aims to increase the awareness of DLSL community on the importance of branding and to strengthen the roles of the participants as ambassadors and marketers of the school.

The learning session was facilitated by the Center for Institutional Communications Director of De La Salle - College of St. Benilde (DLS-CSB), Mr. Adie Pena.  With an extensive experience in the advertising industry, he is also currently a member of the Editorial Consultant of De La Salle Philippines and a Professional Screener of the Advertising Standards Council.  Participants were given an overview on the concept of branding and how DLS-CSB applied such concepts in their integrated marketing communications.  DLS-CSB "stories", as Mr. Pena reiterated, are fruits of sustaining the brand image of the institution.  Branding also plays a major role in handling crisis and in leading the whole organization to its mission.

Benilde's "stories" are examples that can be adopted by the DLSL community on their respective projects.  As a brand, the whole organization is reminded that they should extend efforts to work in collaboration with other departments.  "Brand is your strategy … your calls to action … your customer service … the whole array of communication tools … your people … your facilities … your logo and visuals, too."






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-      program formulation and initiation for Alumni


Attendance for July 9, 2015
In line with the declaration of No Classes for July 9, 2015, please be informed of the following:
                                                                                              
Integrated SchoolFaculty will render the 8-hour work for the day and may apply for a change shift, if needed.
CollegeFull-time faculty will render the required number of hours for the said date and may apply for a change shift, if needed. Reporting time should not be earlier than 7:30 am.
 

Part-time faculty will render the required number of hours for the said date based on their teaching load. No work no pay will be followed.
** PT Instructors with classes beyond 5:30 pm will not be required to report.   

Academic Service
Faculty / Academic Non-Teaching / Non-Academic Non-Teaching
Employees who have work schedule beyond 5:30 pm will render the required number of hours for the said date and may apply for a change shift, if needed.

Further, please take note of the following:

  1. For application for change shift using the existing HRIS, employees are reminded that application for change shift back to their approved official time is necessary.

  2. For application for change shift using the new system (AHRIS), it is important to indicate the inclusive date/s. No need to apply for change shift back to their approved official time.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Appointment of Mr. Arnold Capuloy
We welcome back Mr. Arnold Capuloy who has been sidelined by a major surgery since last school year 2014-2015. Although not fully recovered due to the long rehabilitation required post surgery, Arnold has been given his fit to work certification by our school doctor and thus, I would like to appoint him as Presidential Management Office Director (OIC) until September 2015 subject to evaluation after this period.

Let us continue to pray for our members of the school community who may be sick or recovering with the special intercession of Mother Mary for her protection and peace in our community.

Thank you.




Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min
President and Chancellor

DLSL Scores Titles, Medals at the ILES
As a yearly get-together, getting-to-know each other, and bonding moment among employees of the De La Salle Philippines member schools, an Inter-La Salle Employee Sports Fest is held.

Hosted this year by the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, the one-day event gathered employees from seven schools: De La Salle Health and Science Institute, De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle University-Dasmarias, De La Salle Santiago Zobel, La Salle College of Antipolo, De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, and De La Salle Lipa.

On May 16, DLSL's delegation had fun participating in various events and even garnered the following awards in the process: Champion in Volleyball Women, Badminton Women, and Fun Games; First Runner-Up in Beach Volleyball (Mixed) and Chess Women; Second Runner-Up in Basketball Men, Table Tennis Women, Badminton Men, Chess Men, Darts (Mixed), and Tug-of-War; Third Runner-Up in Volleyball Men, Bowling (Mixed), and Table Tennis Men.



Green Chevrons Collect Medals, Break Record in 2015 Palarong Pambansa
After the conclusion of this year's Palarong Pambansa held in Tagum City, Davao, May 3-9, 2015, De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevrons, along with other select athletes, represented with pride not only their schools, but the entire Region-IV CALABARZON as well.

Palarong Pambansa is one of the most anticipated annual tournaments in the country where all the different regions face each other in various individual and group sports.

Students from elementary to junior high school vie for the most coveted title, with a chance to land a contract with the leading colleges and universities scouting for the most promising athletes and produce the next big names to grace the professional leagues.

Facing the region's best from the different parts of the country proved to be a huge challenge but not insurmountable enough to be overcome, based on the impressive performance by the Green Chevrons which earned them, aside from the medals and special recognitions, the respect of the rest of their fellow athletes.

Setting a new record in the swimming division, Ethan Roy Go, garnered three gold medals in the 100m breaststroke, 4x50m freestyle relay, and 50m breaststroke, and a silver medal in the 4x50m medley relay.

The Champion DLSL-led Elementary Volleyball Girls team included the following Green Chevrons: Tanya Francesca Narciso - Most Valuable Player and Best Setter, Alleiah Jan Malaluan - Best Blocker, Kimberly Adajar, Kaija Fiona Carangan, Adriane Jarie Cubilla, and Tracy Ellise Regalado, with Coach Imelda Mendoza - Best Coach and Asst. Coach Cristopher Escartin.

Another selected Green Chevron volleyball player Simon Joseph Encarnacion was a member of the CALABARZON Elementary Volleyball Boys team who won the gold medal.

For the Junior High School representatives, the DLSL-led Volleyball team clinched the Second Runner-Up spot with Green Chevron members Jio Carlo Agbing, Kurt Michael Aguilar, Carlos Antonio Ambal, Angel Ricardo Enginco, Ian Joseph Adrian Gonzales, Lawrence Gil Magadia, and Allan Christian Mayuga, with Coach Rosel Sumcad and Asst. Coach Peter Perez. 

The DLSL delegation was composed of Emily Babasa, Sports and Culture Director, Renan Lumbera, Sports Coordinator, and Roy Laparan, Trainer.




Favorable REE Licensure April 2015 Results for DLSL
After completing a five-year degree program of BS Electrical Engineering and further review, it is only fitting to aspire for the next step to acquire the much coveted license to be officially and legally called Engineer.

With hard work, faith, and confidence, the alumni's dream have finally been realized, following the results of the April 2015 Registered Electrical Engineering Licensure Examination held in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, and Lucena.

Among the 884 passers out of 1,886, were De La Salle Lipa's alumni who yielded a 71.43% passing rate for the institution versus the national 46.87%.  

The DLSL community rejoices in the favorable results and beams with pride to introduce the following most recent REE Licensure Exam passers:

1. ENGR. MICHAEL ERVIE MALABANAN CARANDANG
2. ENGR. ELEANOR OCAMPO CASAO 
3. ENGR. IANNE ACLAN DALANGIN 
4. ENGR. JOHN ALVIN MEDRANO MAGPANTAY 
5. ENGR. LOUIE VIRREY ROSALES




Administrative Appointments for College of Nursing for School Year 2015-2016
This is to inform you of the following administrative appointments to help us in the College of Nursing effective May 15, 2015 to April 30, 2016:

Department Chair : Dr. Conrada B. Bacong
Clinical Area Chair : Dr. Ma. Lourdes C. Baaga



Anti-Flu Vaccine
In line with the preventive Healthcare Program of the HRD, the Institutional Health Services will be facilitating the administration of ANTI-FLU VACCINE for interested employees and in relation to this, kindly take note of the following:

  1. A sign-up form is attached for employees who are interested to avail of the vaccine for themselves and their immediate dependents, i.e. for married employees (spouse and children) and for single employees (parents and siblings). The forms will be given to your respective Deans/Principals/Directors/Office Heads.

  2. The amount of the vaccine is ranging from Php 400.00-500.00/dose/pax.

  3. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted from the employee's salary in two (2) paydays only. The policy on the 40% net take home pay will be observed.

  4. The deadline for the submission of the sign-up list is on May 22, 2015.

  5. IMPORTANT REMINDERS:

    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above can be vaccinated.
    2. A person/child who will avail of the vaccine must have NO ALLERGIES TO CHICKEN AND EGGS.
    3. If a person/child has certain allergies, kindly inform the Institutional Health Services staff.
    4. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.

  6. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you.

Annual Inventory of Supplies
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be closed on May 25-29, 2015 for the annual inventory of warehouse supplies. In this regard, all requests will only be accommodated before and after the specified dates.

Please be guided accordingly.

Artletics 2015
For three consecutive years, De La Salle Lipa had cordially hosted the Artletics - an initiative founded by established artist Emmanuel "Manny" Garibay for fellow Filipino artists and cultural workers to address and promote their holistic lifestyle and welfare.

Established in 2009, this program had gathered several artists in the country over the years to congregate and give priority to their wellbeing by engaging in various activities that intend to hone their talents in the process.

The two-day event held April 11-12, 2015 assembled less than a hundred participants from different parts of the country.

From art seminars and workshops, health and wellness talks, to sports and fun games, this year's topics were covered by distinguished speakers - artists in their own right and some with established careers apart from arts. The invited resource speakers were Raul Alfonso - senior artist-teacher, member of the Philippine Educational Theater Association (PETA); Mae Paner - a talented PETA actress since 1983 and popularly know as Juana Change; Alwin Reamillo a - multi-talented artist engaged in a wide array of arts such as paintings, sculpture, mixed media installations, performance art, and shadow puppetry, with collaborations extending to communities; Jojo Soria-de Veyra - a Filipino cultural and social criticism blogger, fiction writer, poet, occasional art critic, editor of Diskurso, and direct democracy and participatory budgeting advocate; and finally, Dr. Alexander Tan - a practicing Ophthalmologist for the past 20 years, a graduate UP Medical School and completed his Fellowship at the Harvard Medical School, an artist and champion of arts.



Administrative Appointment for School Year 2015-2016 - Office of the Vice Chancellor for Mission
After careful deliberation and consultation, I am pleased to confirm the following appointments and re-appointments, effective for one year starting on May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016.
                                                                                                                                                                       
Director, Lasallian MinistriesMs. Violeta Ramirez (concurrent)
Director, Sports and CultureMs. Emily Babasa
Director, Student Services OfficeDr. Erickson Martinez
Manager, Community Involvement OfficeMs. Judith Alcaraz
Manager, LAMP OfficeMr. Henson Ola
Manager, Institutional Lasallian Family OfficeMr. Ricardo Merano III
Head, College Guidance OfficeMs. Maria Theresa Medina
Head, IS Guidance OfficeMr. Loreto Berana Jr.
Head, College Student Activities OfficeMr. Protacio Mea
Head, IS Student Activities OfficeMs. Jocelyn Rosos
Head, College Discipline OfficeMr. Michael Kasilag
Supervisor, College Athletics OfficeMr. Ryan Paul Puertollano
Supervisor, IS Athletics OfficeMr. Renan Lumbera
Coordinator, Lasallian Family Formation ProgramBr. Jun Estrellas FSC


Thank you.




Ms. Violeta Ramirez
Vice Chancellor for Mission


Noted and approved by:
Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min.
President and Chancellor 

Administrative Appointments for SY 2015-2016 - Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration
After careful deliberation and consultation, I am pleased to confirm the following re-appointments, effective for one-year starting on May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016.                                                                                                                                   
Director, ServicesEngr. Isidro S. Frio
Manager, General ServicesMr. Florentino D. Magsino, Jr.
Manager, HRDMs. Maria Cecilia B. Quigley
Manager, ICTCEngr. Imelda R. Martin
Manager, CPDMs. Remian T. Santos
Supervisor, GSDEngr. Marino S. Tagapulot
Supervisor, IPMSMs. Elvira L. Mendoza
Supervisor, HRDMs. Sheila G. Alvarez
Supervisor, IHSMs. Ma. Theresa S. Atienza
Technical Support HeadMr. Allan P. Lucero
Systems AnalystMs. Lani M. Rosales


Thank you.




Ms. Jhyn R. Concordia
Vice Chancellor for Administration



Noted and approved by:
Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min.
President and Chancellor 

Administrative Appointment for School Year 2015-2016 - Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research
After careful deliberation and consultation, I am pleased to confirm the following appointments and re-appointments, effective for one year starting on May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    
College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS)
DeanMs. Tessie Palma
Department Chair, EducationMr. Jose Macatangay
Department Chair, CommunicationMs. Cherie Glo Cabungcal
Department Chair, Multimedia ArtsMs. Lorna Achico
Department Chair, BiologyMs. Ma. Christina Francesca Dimaculangan
Department Chair, MathematicsDr. Ivee Guce
Department Chair, PsychologyMs. Romaine Magboo
Area Chair, English LanguageMr. Roy Dalisay
Area Chair, Literature, Filipino, and Art AppreciationDr. Aileen Joy Saul
Area Chair, ScienceMr. Bernard Lunar
Area Chair, Social ScienceDr. Hermogenes Panganiban
Area Chair, NSTPMs. Bernadette Dimaculangan
Area Chair, Physical EducationMs. Ruby Cubilla
Area Chair, Religious Studies and PhilosophyDr. Ma. Theresa Mangulabnan
  
College of Business, Economics, Accountancy,and Management (CBEAM)
DeanMs. Lani Garachico
Department Chair, Accountancy and Accounting Technology Ms. Renillyn Falceso-Mores
Department Chair, Business AdministrationMs. Nerissa Lucasia
Department Chair, Entrepreneurship and Management TechnologyDr. Edgar Allan Castro
Department Chair, Leagal ManagementAtty. Ramel Muria
Department Chair, Real Estate ManagementMs. Lani Garachico (concurrent)
Program Chair, Master in Management TechnologyMs. Amelito Castillo
  
College of Information and Technology and Engineering (CITE)
DeanDr. Julius Maridable
Department Chair, Electrical EngineeringEngr. Maria Rowena Ramirez
Department Chair, Electronics Engineering Engr. Robert De Luna
Department Chair, Industrial EngineeringEngr. May Macatangay-Ferry
Department Chair, Computer EngineeringEngr. Agnes Perez
Department Chair, Computer ScienceMs. Camille Hernandez
Department Chair, Information TechnologyMr. Dennis Malasmas
Department Chair, Information SystemsMr. Rodante Chavez
Area Chair, General EngineeringEngr. Noli Castro
  
College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM)
DeanMs. Joy Zapata
Department Chair, Hotel and Restaurant ManagementMs. Evangeline Necio
Department Chair, TourismMs. Adrenelyn Varona
Department Chair, Lipa Culinary ArtsChef Shirley De Jesus
Hotel ManagerMs. Geness Aclan
Hotel SupervisorMs. Jovita Morada
  
College of Nursing
DeanDr. Alice Barte
  
College of Law
DeanAtty. Emerito Enginco
  
Office of Research and Publications
DirectorMs. Gina Dimaano
  
Academic Services Directorate
Director and RegistrarMr. Ruben Rubis
Assistant Registrar for CollegeMs. Romana Levinia Silva
Assistant Registrar for Integrated SchoolMs. Fe Rezaba
Chief LibrarianMs. Lilian Rabino
Head Librarian for CollegeMs. Chona Chavez
Head Librarian for Integrated SchoolMs. Emelita Sagbang
Head Librarian for Technical SectionMr. Noel Savadera
Manager, Institutional Admissions and Testing OfficeMr. Randolph Renegado
  
College PAASCU CoordinatorDr. Ma. Theresa Mangulabnan
  
Integrated School
Integrated School PrincipalMs. Mayolisa Mantuano
Assistant Principal for Grade SchoolMs. Eugenia Vergara
Assistant Principal for High SchoolMs. Angelica Samonte
Senior High School CoordinatorMr. Rene Villanueva
IS PAASCU CoordinatorMr. Morris Lingao
  
Grade School Curriculum Coordinators
PreschoolMs. Marilyn Camitan
EnglishMs. Noralyn Balhon
FilipinoMs. Rizza Limbo
MathematicsMr. Dennis Dimaala
Social StudiesMs. Rosalinda Cornejo
ScienceMs. Agripina Pangan
MAPEHMr. Silverio Vallejo, Jr.
Christian LivingMs. Edna Yanga
HELEMr. Jonas Lara
  
High School Curriculum Coordinator
EnglishMs. Haidee Angeles
FilipinoMs. Everlita Aleta
MathematicsMs. Ma. Theresa Caya
Social StudiesMs. Marineth Rosales
ScienceMr. Jovito Eugenio Orozco
MAPEHMs. Imelda Mendoza
Christian LivingMr. Fred Amul
TLEMr. Jonas Lara
ComputerMs. Minerva Fanoga (for both Grade School and High School)
  
Grade Moderators
Nursery to Grade 3Ms. Lerma Castro
Grades 4 to Grade 6Ms. Rowena Martija
Grade 7Ms. Dannah Sanchez
Grade 8Mr. Noriel Navita
Grade 9Mr. Alvin Petalio
Grade 10Mr. Glenford Prospero


All positions and special appointments not in this list will soon follow after final consultations are made. Let us continue to work in synergy as we respond to the call of our noble mission of teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives. Thank you very much.




Alicia B. Botardo, Ph. D.
Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research


Noted and Approved by:
Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min.
President and Chancellor 


Academic and Professional Records Update of Non-teaching Personnel
The Human Resource Department is working on the completion and update of the academic and professional records of all non-teaching personnel for 201 files and employee profiling. We are also in the process of doing an evaluation of the records in connection to the newly-implemented Non-Teaching Salary Scale which has a provision of giving a one-time cash incentive to co-workers who have earned relevant post-graduate degrees, certifications or passed a licensure exam.

The academic and professional program that will be granted possible cash incentive are those which have not been considered for any form of incentive yet and will still be evaluated based on the final approved guidelines.

In view of this, we are requesting all non-teaching co-workers who have not submitted the documents listed below to submit them to the HRD office until May 29, 2015.

For Post-Graduate Degrees
  • Certified copy of the original Transcript of Records (TOR) and Diploma
  • if the Diploma is not yet available, a certified copy of the original certificate of graduation will be accepted

For Certifications/Licensure
  • Presentation of the original and submission of a certified copy of the original proof of completion / PRC License

Thank you very much.

IS Holds 53rd Commencement Exercises
Another school year comes to an end while a new batch of graduates begins a new journey.

On March 30, 580 Grade 10 students of Class 2015 formally completed their basic education, surrounded by beaming loved ones with expectant administrators and teachers at the SENTRUM.

Guest speaker, Vincent Remo, Salutatorian of High School Batch 1989, motivated the students to envision themselves in the near future, to focus on how to achieve their goals, and to never fail to express their gratitude to their parents and mentors while they are still around. This alumnus never forgot the legacy of teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives that his alma mater had instilled in him and thankfully noticed these values have remained steadfast and evident in the community.

And finally, with much anticipation and pride, the De La Salle Lipa community congratulates and presents this year's awardees:   

MAJOR ACADEMIC AWARDS

KARIZA PAMELA V. ABU
Valedictorian

ROMEL JOSHUA O. CASTILLO
Salutatorian

AMYEL JOSEPH P. BALDOVINO
First Honorable Mention

SETH ADRIEL R. BALDOVINO
Second Honorable Mention

CLEDINA MARIE C. BAYA
Third Honorable Mention

TOP TEN STUDENTS

KARIZA PAMELA V. ABU
ROMEL JOSHUA O. CASTILLO
AMYEL JOSEPH P. BALDOVINO
SETH ADRIEL R. BALDOVINO
CLEDINA MARIE C. BAYA
ROMAN GERARD N. LORETO
KATHLEEN KATE L. SUAREZ
LEO MANUEL G. SUAREZ
GERTIE GLADLEY R. MANTUANO
JESILLE C. VILLANUEVA

SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARDS

KARIZA PAMELA V. ABU
Best in Christian Living

KARIZA PAMELA V. ABU
Best in English

AMYEL JOSEPH P. BALDOVINO
Best in Filipino

SETH ADRIEL R. BALDOVINO
Best in Social Studies

ROMEL JOSHUA O. CASTILLO
Best in Science

JAN VER DOMINIC J. EDRA
Best in Mathematics


SPECIAL AWARDS

ROMAN GERARD N. LORETO
St. John Baptist De La Salle Award                                 

TED STEPHEN B. VILLANUEVA
St. Brother Miguel Award                                                

ROMAN GERARD N. LORETO
St. Brother Benilde Award                                               

NEIL VINCENT D. ACEBUCHE
St. Brother Hugh Wester Award                                      

MIKAELA GRACE P. ORENSE
St. Brother Jaime Hilario Award                                     

JAN VER DOMINIC J. EDRA
Mercury Drug Excellence in Mathematics                     

ROMEL JOSHUA O. CASTILLO
Mercury Drug Excellence in Science                              

ROMAN GERARD N. LORETO
Gerry Roxas Leadership Award                                      

FREEDOM JUSTIN B. HERNANDEZ
Alfonso Yuchengco National Discipline Award              

 
ATHLETE OF THE YEAR AWARD


ARANTXA STEFFI MAY D. DEL MUNDO
Team Sports                                       

MARIELLE B. ALCANTARA
Individual Sports    
                           

LOYALTY AWARDEES

DIVINE GRACE L. ABELLON
KARIZA PAMELA V. ABU
AIRAMAE V. ACOSTA
JIO CARLO L. AGBING
ARIELLE JERMAINE M. AGUILA
RAPHAEL FRANCIS D. ALIDIO
KARLO ELIJA G. ALTAR
CARLOS ANTONIO C. AMBAL
RENEE E. ANDAL
LIAM FELIX D. ARAYON

KARL VINCENT B. ARETA

JESSKA LEANN E. ASPI
CHRISTIAN DARRYL D. AUSTRIA
NEIL PATRICK S. BAHIAN
ANNA GHUDIEL D. BALAN
SETH ANDRIEL R. BALDOVINO
JEAN ROSHEL M. BALITA
AKEILLAH V. BAUTISTA
GABRIEL MAIKKO R. BAYOG
RICHARD DEAN M. BRIONES
JOSE DENIEL P. CADACIO
ANGELINE JOYCE B. CALALO
PRINCE CHRISTIAN S. CARAIG
CARLA JANE F. CARANDANG
MADELYNNE KATE M. CASTILLO
ROMEL JOSHUA O. CASTILLO
DANNA MAE D. CATAN
VINCENT CHRISTIAN L. CERA
JAMES KARL JETHRO L. CHAVEZ
JOSE LAURENCE P. CHAVEZ
HAZEL JOY L. CRUZ
CHRISTOPHER T. CUEVAS
MARJORIE Z. CUSTODIO
MARIAN ELIESA R. DE CASTRO
NOELLE JOY C. DE CHAVEZ
ADRIAN PAUL V. DE SILVA
KATHLENE ROSE I. DE SILVA
JOHN LLOYD I. DELA TORRE
JOHNMELL L. DIAZ
KRYSTYAN CARLO V. DIAZ
DALE RAPHAELLE D. DIMAANO
DANIEL CHRISTIAN L. DIVINAFLOR
PRINCESS ANGELICA M. DUCUT
CHRISTEL JOY M. DY
JAN STEPHEN V. EBORA
FRANCIS JACOB M. ENCARNACION
ANGELO C. ENDOZO
NEIL KENNETH D. GABRIEL
LOUIS RENDELL V. GARCIA
FREDERICK LOU L. GOMEZ
CARLOS JEROME L. GONZALES
MARIA ALIZA BERYL L. GUINA
JULIA D. GUMARANG
CHRISTIAN JEROME V. GUTIERREZ
JOHN PATRICK M. GUTIERREZ
ANNAGAIL DENISE P. HERNANDEZ
CARMELA MAY L. HERNANDEZ
FREEDOM JUSTIN B. HERNANDEZ
NIA ANGELICA R. HERNANDEZ
RENZ JOSEPH A. HERNANDEZ
CENDRIX KYLE L. ICARO
JUSTIN MARRON A. ILUSTRE
AGNES MAY B. KALAW
DO HYUN P. KIM
JOSEPH KYLE CONRAD I. LACSAMANA
JOHN KYLE M. LANDICHO
RONN MIGUEL S. LAT
ELMA PATRISHA B. LATAYAN
SEAN PATRYK A. LATAYAN
DAVID V. LEVISTE
THEA AITANA D. LINGAO
FAYE CAMILLE A. LLANES
JENNELLE MARIE A. LO
EZRA K. LOZANO
CARLOS EMIL R. MACALINDONG
MARY ALINA O. MACALINDONG
MARIA KRISTEL CIARINA M. MACALINTAL
DENNISE ANNE R. MACASAET
JULIUS VINCENT M. MACASAET
LENIA JANEL L. MACASAET
NOEL NIKKO I. MACASAET
LAWRENCE GIL R. MAGADIA
MONICA MAE M. MAGALING
JAY AR V. MAGALONA
ANGUS ALEXIS L. MAGPANTAY
MARK JOSEPH P. MAGTAAS
CHRISTINE JOYCE B. MAKALINTAL
MARIAN JOYCE C. MAKALINTAL
ADRIAN JESSE L. MALALUAN
IOEL JOSHUA G. MALALUAN
PHILP LAURENCE G. MALIBIRAN
CHRISTIAN ADRIAN M. MANALO
GERTIE GLADLEY R. MANTUANO
MARIA ANGELICA G. MARQUEZ
SETH AMIEL A. MARQUEZ
JOHN RICHARD S. MARTIJA
AARON S. MENDOZA
CLAIRE ANTONETTE M. MENDOZA
ARIANE M. MERCADO
DANETTE L. MERCADO
JUN ALLISTER C. MERCADO
JANRALD RAE M. MIRANDA
TYRA MERIZ S. MONZONES
JOAN LYKA P. MOSCA
KRISTEN JOY MICAH M. MOSTER
RAYJII D. MUNSAYAC
PATRICIA L. NAVARRO
MA. CZARINA CELYN M. OZAETA
GILLANA LURYCE B. PANGANIBAN
RALPGH MIGUEL C. PANOPIO
PAUL CARLO PASAJOL
FREDERICK EZEKIEL R. PASCO
STEVEN O. PEJI
ALAN CYMER C. PELAYO
STEPHEN MARK DAVETHER Z. PEREZ
ANJALI R. PIYA
DANIEL S.V. QUITCO
JOHN RYAN V. RAMOS
TIM A. RAMOS
ALEXIS JEHAN A. REYES
ANGELO GABRIEL D. RIVERA
MA. FATRICIA C. RIVERA
JOAQUIN FRANCISCO M. ROMAN
LESTER AEROL C. ROSALES
JUAN MIGUEL G. RUBION
RYAN KRISTOFFER M. RUBIS
LORENZ NEIL Q. RUMAL
JAIME VICTOR M. SABIDO
YVONNE NIA S. SACULO
MAICAH FELIZ G. SAMONTE
JOHN ANDRES L. SANTIAGO
ANDREI LOUISE P. SARMIENTO
ALYSSA MAE O. SISON
MARY KRYSHA ERIKA E. SONZA
WILFRED LISANDRO B. SOQUIAT
JUDE ADRIAN DOMINIC N. SUAN
BEANCA S. SUBOL
JANUS OLIVER S. TABARNILLA
MISAEL M. TALAG
JAN MICHAEL A. TANINGCO
WINNIE MARIE B. TAPAY
RITZ ANDREW E. TOLENTINO
SEAN JAUGHNALI R. TORRE
CARLA BEATRICE V. UMALI
ANNIKA FREYA L. VILLANUEVA
TED STEPHEN B. VILLANUEVA
MA. GLAIANNE NILCY M. VILLEGAS
LUIGI MIGUEL L. VIAS
ANDREA JESUSA M. YANGA
LOREEN LEINET R. YBAES





Annual Physical Exam for PhilBritish-Cocolife Principal Members
Please be reminded that ALL PHILBRITISH-COCOLIFE PRINCIPAL MEMBERS will be scheduled for the annual physical examination on April 7 & 8, 2015 at the NURSING SKILLS LABORATORIES located at the 1st Floor, Mabini Hall.

Kindly take note of the following schedules and other important information:
                                                             
TIME
APRIL 7, 2015
APRIL 8, 2015
6:30am
START OF REGISTRATION
6:30am to 12:00nn
Integrated School / P.O. / VCM Offices
Admin. Offices & Directorated / VCAR Offices / CIHTM / CoN / CoL
1:00pm to 4:30pm
Integrated School
CEAS / CBEAM / CITE


BASIC PROCEDURES TO BE UNDERTAKEN:                      
(a) CBC(b) Urinalysis(c) Fecalysis(d) Chest X-Ray(e) Physical Exam with Eye Check-Up

ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR 35 YEARS OLD AND ABOVE:
Female
Male
Pap Smear
      ECG
      Cholesterol
      Fasting Blood Sugar
ECG
      Cholesterol
      Fasting Blood Sugar

  1. Co-wrokers may get the specimen bottles (for stool specimen only) from the Institutional Health Services (IHS) starting March 30, 2015. Everyone is reminded to write their full name on the specimen before submission. Urine specimen bottles will be provided during the actual APE.
  2.  
  3. The registration and blood extraction for Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) and cholesterol will be done starting 6:30am to co-workers who are 35 years old and above. (Ideal blood extraction time is between 6:30am to 8:00am.)
    REMINDER: Those who will undergo the FBS and Cholesterol Test are reminded to be on NPO (nothing by mouth)  starting 12:00 midnight before the scheduled blood extraction.
  4.  
  5. For co-workers who had their chest x-ray from November 2014 onwards and pap smear (for female 35 years old and above) from May 2014 onwards are exempted to undergo the said procedures. However, they are REQUIRED to submit the results to the IHS BEFORE the APE for evaluation and validation.
  6.  
  7. Co-workers who will not be able to undergo the APE on the said dates due to official business, on maternity leave or other valid reasons will have a separate schedule to be arranged by PhilBritish. This will be announced once the affiliated hospital and dates are determined. Co-workers must coordinate with Ms. Juliet Dimayuga (local 210) of the HRD Office before the APE for questions and clarifications.
  8.  
  9. Co-workers are reminded that the APE is part of the requirements for the CLEARANCE. Compliance on the said procedure is a MUST.

Note: APE for non-PhilBritish members will have a separate announcement.

Thank you very much.

Arts Month 2015 at DLSL
February may be the love month, but for the Culture and Arts Office it means the annual celebration of the Arts Month.

Through an engaging and compelling opening ceremony, the month-long warm tribute of De La Salle Lipa to Arts commenced. Arts Coordinator Rogger Basco (roggerbasco) led the program with his own unique take on an on-site installation titled TriZynch on February 2, 2015. Viewers were beguiled at the fascinating installations that were cleverly crafted with genuine passion.

Shortly after the opening ceremony, a series of programs ran throughout February, relative to the said celebration.

As a special treat to the Lasallians, a veteran artist, member of the Modern Arts Society for 23 years and hails from South Korea Gim Gwang Cheol flew in to share his passion for arts as his way of life and as a profession. Cheol was in a middle of a three-month Asian tour with filmmaker Lee Jung Hue who documented the visit and played a couple of his films on February 9.

New abstracts exhibit by multimedia artist roggerbasco titled Kromazia was launched on February 10 at the Hall of Lasallian Saints Lobby.

The next day, February 11, members of KARIBOK staged a Festival of Action Art performance art titled OFF.

DLSL alumnus, Darwin Pena, starred in a one-man exhibit featuring his oil pastel collection titled Sunchine.Ove.Dreams launched on February 17 at the lobby of Chez Rafael.

Another foreign act joined the bandwagon as Japanese artist Seiji Shimoda graced the celebration on February 20 for a talk regarding his life-long passion for arts and indulged the attendees in a live performance art along with Filipino artists Lorina Javier, Mannet Villaroba and DLSLs Culture and Arts Officer, Crecee Roldan.

A two-hour single-channel video art festival by practicing video artists piqued the interest of the viewers on February 18. Alumnus and indie film director, John Torres, top billed the event.

On the last leg of the celebration, a Hip Hop Workshop was held which was facilitated by artist Jay Masta on February 26.

And finally, the culminating activity 17th Sayaw Filipinas held on February 27 at the SENTRUM. The most anticipated annual dance festival gathered once again local groups of dancer in the country. The eclectic repertoire of this years performances by invited guests, Mad About Dance, University of Batangas, Salindayaw Dance Co., Romancon (Diverse), La Salle Filipininana, Influxus, Radical Force, Aqueous Goodbye (dance film), Pointes NFlexes, Lipa Integrated Performing Arts, Roamncon (Truss), Sinag ng Lahi Dance Co., and Aligma Dance Co., did not fall short of its viewers expectations. In one of its unique staging yet, a dance film was presented, much to the delight of the attendees.    

The Arts Month is annually organized by the Culture and Arts Office under the Directorate Office of Sports and Culture, headed by its Director, Ms. Emelie Babasa.



Admin Team Building
Please be reminded that the Admin Team Building will be on April 10, 2015, Friday, at Shercon Resort and Ecology Park at San Sebastian, Mataas na Kahoy. In this regard, please be reminded of the following:

  1. The team building is required to all personnel under the OVCAD.
  2. Assembly time is at 5:30 am at the College lobby.
  3. All personnel shall take the reserved school vehicles going to the venue. Bringing of personal vehicles is discouraged.
  4. Breakfast will be served at the venue at 7:00 am.
  5. Everyone is advised to wear comfortable attire: leggings or jogging pants for the the female and shorts or jogging pants for the male employees. Participants are advised to wear sandals or rubber shoes (not slippers) during the team building activities. Bringing of extra clothes is also necessary as there will be water games.
  6. Participants are also encouraged to bring their own water tumbler during the activities.
  7. Employees will have a free time for socials and swimming in the afternoon.
  8. Departure from the venue will be at 6:00 pm.

Thank you very much.

App.About
DE LA SALLE LIPA MOBILE APP FOR ANDROID
is now available on Google Play Store for FREE.
Keyword: De La Salle Lipa

Description
Official Mobile Presence of De La Salle Lipa

Additional Information
Updated: March 11, 2015
Size: 9.8 Mb
Current Version: 1.1.0
Requires Android 2.3 & Up
Content Rating: Everyone

Designed and maintained by
Jerwin M. Lasin
Webmaster/App Developer
Web & Communications Section, ICTC
www.dlsl.edu.ph
webmaster@dlsl.edu.ph

  

    

App.ContactUs

De La Salle Lipa
1962 J.P. Laurel National Highway
Lipa City 4217
www.dlsl.edu.ph
 
You can reach us through the following numbers:
Tel. No. 63-43 756-5555
Telefax: 756-3117



Green Chevrons in the Spotlight
As the School Year 2014-2015 comes to an end, De La Salle Lipa's Green Chevrons take the spotlight to be recognized and applauded for their substantive contribution in the long list of the institution's achievements and outstanding accomplishments.

In their most recent tournament - Southern Tagalog CALABARZON Athletic Association 2015 (STCAA) -  winning teams and individual players shall represent Region IV-A in the upcoming Palarong Pambansa 2015 in Tagum City, Davao from May 3 to 9. So while majority of the school are on vacation, the delegation shall continue their rigorous training and prepare for the toughest teams they shall be facing from the different regions in the country. The DLSL community wishes them good luck and may the founder St. John Baptist De La Salle keep them out of harm's way.

From the local leagues to the national tournaments, the athletes put up a good fight, regardless whether they won or lost their games. Thus, the DLSL community salutes the following students who have successfully risen to the occasion to conquer the following titles and special awards, and to all the delegations who have brought pride and honor to the school.

SOUTHERN TAGALOG CALABARZON ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 2015 (STCAA)

I. CHAMPION
A. Volleyball: Elementary Girls
            High School Girls
            High School Boys

B. Swimming: Elementary Boys

 II. SECOND RUNNER-UP
A. Baseball High School Boys
B. Basketball Elementary Boys
C. Lawn Tennis High School Boys

III. INDIVIDUAL AWARDS

A. Volleyball:

Malaluan, Alleiah Jan L. (Grade 6-BB 403), MVP & Best Attacker
Narciso, Tanya Francesca R. (Grade 6-BB 306) Best Setter
Magadia, Lawrence Gil R. (Grade 10 LS 204) MVP & Best Setter
Aguilar, Kurt Mikhael M. (Grade 9-LS 311) Best Blocker
Bautista, Mary Mirgie B. (Grade 9-LS 408) Best Attacker
Maraguinot, Janel A. (Grade 9-LS 408) Best Setter
Lo, Jennelle Marie A. (Grade 10- LS 204) MVP

B. Swimming:
Ethan Roy Go, (Grade 6) Gold and 4 Bronze Medals
(new record holder-50m Breaststroke)


NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION - SOUTH 16th Season
(NCAA-South)

HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Volleyball Boys
Volleyball Girls
Football Boys
Futsal (Indoor Football) Girls

FIRST RUNNER-UP: Badminton Girls
Swimming Girls

SECOND RUNNER-UP: Badminton Boys
Table Tennis Girls
Chess Girls
Chess Boys
Swimming Boys
Taekwondo Team

 
COLLEGE DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Badminton Women
Swimming Men and Women
Taekwondo Women

FIRST RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Men
Basketball Men
Chess Men and Women

SECOND RUNNER-UP:
Volleyball Women

THIRD RUNNER-UP:
Volleyball Men


SOUTHERN LUZON COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION (SLCUAA)


HIGH SCHOOL DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Chess Girls
Table Tennis Boys
Volleyball Boys
Volleyball Girls

FIRST RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Girls
Beach Volleyball Girls
Chess Boys

SECOND RUNNER-UP:
Badminton Boys
Basketball Boys
Beach Volleyball Boys
Football Boys
Table Tennis Girls
Taekwondo Team

COLLEGE DIVISION

CHAMPION:
Badminton
Chess Men and Women
Table Tennis Men and Women
Volleyball Women

SECOND RUNNER-UP:

Basketball Men
Volleyball Men

App.Admissions
The Institutional
Admission and Testing Office (IATO) promote the academic programs of De
La Salle Lipa (DLSL) among prospective students.  It implements
selection and admission policies for both local and international
students.  It is a service unit committed to the recruitment, fair
screening, assessment and admission of applicants to the Integrated
School, College, Master in Management and College of Law programs of
DLSL. 

Tel. Nos.:
(+63 43) 981.3575) Direct Line
(+63 43) 756.5555 local 238 & 259

Fax:
(+63 43) 756.3117

Email:
admissions@dlsl.edu.ph


Important Dates
The following are the dates of DLSL College Admissions Test for applicants of AY 2014-2015 at different Testing Centers:

Testing Centers:






Holy
Infant Academy-
Calapan City



- November 15, 2014, 8AM-12NN
- (043) 288-1678, (043) 288-4378, (043) 441-1202
-  Ms. Electa Lynne D. Castillo





Our Lady of Caysasay
Academy- Taal,
Batangas



- November 22, 2014, 8AM-12NN
- (043) 421-1135, (043) 421-5537
- Ms. Lyam Arenas

International School for Better
Beginnings- Lucena
City



- November 22, 2014, 8AM-12NN
- (042) 373-0984, (042) 373-0993
- Ms. Dona Antenor





St. Joseph
School- San
Pablo City



- January 17, 2015, 8AM-12NN
- (049) 503-0725, (049) 562-8096
- Ms. Analyn Cortez

Schedule of College Admission Test for SY2015-2016
8am & 1pm Senator Diokno Bldg. 5ht Floor

  • October 25, 2014
  • December 06, 2014
  • December 13, 2014
  • January 10, 2015
  • February 07, 2015
  • March 07, 2015
  • April 03, 2015
  • April 10, 2015
  • April 17, 2015
  • April 24, 2015

Schedule of Integrated School Admission Test for SY 2015-2016
(Regular, LAMP-AS, FS, MA)
  • January 24, 2015
  • February 22, 2015
  • March 15, 2015
  • March 29, 2015

Accountancy Stude in a "Life-Changing Experience"
Jhessa Mae M. Aquino, a third year Accountancy student, is one of the 81 selected delegates in the Ayala Young Leaders Congress 2015 themed "Authentic Leadership: Being True, Leading True" held February 10-13, 2015 at the LIMA Park Hotel.

The nationwide search, which drew 718 student applicants with varied degree programs, was conducted by the sponsor - Ayala Group of Companies Inc. A total of 165 finalists made it to the panel interview composed of the sponsor's CEOs, led by Ms. Maria Lourdes Heras-De Leon. Eventually, the top 81 young leaders were selected.

Taking to heart her mission as member of the AYL Alumni Association, Inc., she considers it "not of a privilege but more of a responsibility to serve the community. I feel so blessed to be one of the delegates of AYLC 2015. It is truly a life-changing experience and I've truly felt the AYLC magic. I found my purpose and I am now directed to the path [of] being [of] service to others. To be with 80 other student leaders [from across] the country is a humbling experience as we share our own stories and inspire one another for us to push through [with] the AYLC reminder to think big, stand and scale up."



AB MMA, AB Comm studes clinch awards in AdSpeak
De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) once again has proven its caliber on values advertising as students from the AB Multimedia Arts (MMA) and AB Communication departments bagged awards in the recently concluded AdSpeak '15: Values Power Up held in Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Feb. 13.

DLSL edged over the Peoples and Students Choice awards-clad Adamson University in the Practitioners Choice Awards, the most coveted award in the national student convention.

Under the campaign category, the shortlisted entry with the title "Home Uniform" of Comm juniors, Vince Dimaculangan, Pauline Hernandez, and Joseph Luz was conferred the Best Campaign Public Service Announcement (PSA) award. The campaign speaks about putting an end to domestic violence.

On the other hand, the entry of MMA seniors Liela Meyzi, Mark Lester Manalo, and Jennifer Lopez Calingasan with the title "Natural Disasters" was hailed as the 3rd Best Campaign PSA and Students' Choice Best Campaign PSA. The single medium television campaign discusses the dos and donts during earthquake, landslide, and typhoon.

The two green-and-white winning entries were under the mentorship of Lorna Achico, AB MMA department chair.

Prior to the awarding of winners, practitioners from the advertising industry namely Raoul Panes, Merlee Jayme, Angel V. Guerrero, and IdeaXMachina held talks tackling issues on values advertising in the Philippines and abroad.



Game Jammer Veteran Contreras Wins Anew
At age 20, Roan Contreras, a Multimedia Arts senior student, is considered a seasoned game developer. In fact, this young Lasallian has joined the renowned Manila Game Jam for five consecutive years, since he was in junior high school, and won second place four times including the most recent title he received on January 25 at the Manila Game Jam 2015, hosted for the past four years by the De La Salle College of St. Benilde, one of the many venues. 

His winning entry Crowd Nine, was based on the theme What Do We Do Next? It was a concept that he personally found more complicated than the previous themes, especially in his case as the lone developer of the game versus the teams from the hundreds of participants.

An extra challenge on the part of Contreras was to produce the game within the 48-hour allotted time at their selected venue, on top of that was the scarcity in sleep and rest which certainly put his skill to the test and his creativity to the limit.

Crowd Nine the name of the rocket ship in his game depicts the unpredictable scenarios in a myriad of plots in a movie dictated by the director, while a crowd of nine people reacts as the rocket crashes towards earth. Enthusiasts of such application may visit a website, www.newgrounds.com, where you can see the teaser and even find a link to upload the full version for free. This popular website, among others, provide venues to promote new games and gather feedbacks by ranking the most recently uploaded teasers and Crowd Nine has been voted top three.

Contreras, a homegrown talent and student of De La Salle Lipa since grade school, has already produced more than 60 games, making him a familiar name in the national level of game development.

Although he has not released any of his games commercially, this passion of his is further honed as an intern in an independent game developer company.




Attendance Concerns and Reminders on School Fair 2015
In line with the School Fair 2015, please be reminded of the following:

  1. February 9, 2015 to February 14, 2015 (Monday-Saturday) are considered REGULAR WORKING DAYS. Full-Time co-workers are required to serve forty-eight (48) hours during the week.

  2. In lieu of February 14, 2015 (Saturday), Regular Working Day, February 16, 2015 (Monday) is considered PAID REST DAY. HRD shall be in-charge for the mass day-off application.

  3. Full-Time co-workers who are regulary serving forty (40) hours from Monday to Saturday are reminded to apply for change of Official-Time thru HRIS (please refer to item #1). If the official time is not available on-line, the approved official time should be submitted to HRD on or before February 9, 2015 (Monday).

  4. Part-time faculty members are required to render the total number of hours equivalent to their teaching load per day except for those with classes from 5:00pm onwards on February 12 and 13, 2015.

    For February 14 (Saturday), the required number of hours to be rendered are to be based on the number of hours equivalent to the Saturday teaching load and/or number of hours equivalent to the Monday teaching load (in lieu of the Monday schedule).

    For those who will be exceeding eight (8) hours for their Saturday and Monday classes only the maximum of eight (8) hours shall be served.

  5. Everyone is reminded to log-in and log-out thru Biometrics.

    For any questions and clarifications, please call Ms. Noemi de Torres of the HRD Office at local 210.

    Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

MMA Film is POV 11 Finalist
After a victorious 2014 for the Multimedia Arts Department of the College of Education, Arts and Sciences, De La Salle Lipa's young program is commencing its new year with a bang!

MMA senior students' entry titled Andre1a, landed a spot in the national film competition POV (Piling Obrang Vidyo) 11 as one of the finalists in the Narrative Film Category.

The film explored the tragic past of a mental institution patient named Fabian Gomez. Through the help of an old man, the patient's family history will unfold, featuring the father and the robot mother.

Group members Vicente G. Latag, Jr., Keene JV A. Leonor, John Joseph E. Reyes, Julian V. Vinzon, and the films director Emmanuel M. Sambayan, are slated to join the rest of the nominees on January 24, 2015 at the UP Cine Adarna, University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City for the awarding ceremony.

Five entries made it to the Documentary Category, 10 entries in the Narrative Films, and five for the Experimental Category.

POV is an annual interschool film competition participated in by colleges and universities in the country, and organized by UP Diliman.



ORP supports faculty researchers' presentations in various conferences
An army of De La Salle Lipa researchers trooped to several conferences as they presented their research works.

Last November 19-21, Zernan Magbuhat, Michael Ramos, Romaine Magboo, and Bernardo attended the DLSU-Dasmarinas Research Week 2014 wherein part of the activity was the paper presentations.

On November 21, twelve College of Education Arts and Sciences faculty members participated in the 2014 CHED CRC Research Conference held at the University of Perpetual Help System in Binan Laguna. The research presenters were: Renan Kasilag, Joy Talens, Ph.D., Jose Macatangay, Aristotle Balba, Richard Magsino, Joseph Angelou Ng, Zernan Magbuhat, Mignodel Morales, Hermogenes Panganiban, DPA., Roberto Marcelo, Jr., Vedes Ann Laylo and Michael Ramos.

DLSL researchers were also visible in international conferences. Dr. Edgar Allan Castro and Wilfreda Dimaano of College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management presented their papers in the Third International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Business Management (ICEBM) held in Penang Malaysia last November 6-7. Likewise, Sheila Maloles and Jasmin De Silva went to Hongkong last November 19-21 for their paper presentations.

CEAS Research Coordinator, Dr. Joy Talens, presented her paper in the Second International History, Philosophy and Science Teaching Asian Regional Conference (IHPTS) held in Taipei, Taiwan last December 4-7.

In UP Diliman, an international conference themed Mother-Tongue and National Language in the K to 12 Curricular Enhancement as Framework for Development was attended by Aileen Joy Saul and Renato Maligaya where they discussed the results of their findings in their respective papers.

Institutional support through the Office of Research and Publications was accorded to the presenters after they have complied with the requirements of the office.




ANIMO 89: DLSL Alumni Homecoming
Last 30 December 2014, in a whole day affair that lasted until almost midnight, De La Salle Lipa High School Batch 89 hosted the annual Alumni Homecoming, an event that seeks to reach out to the Alma Maters more than 18,000 alumni.

DAY EVENTS

The event started with a motorcade within Lipa City while the alumni football varsity players were having their fund raising friendly match at the football field.  It was followed by a family day of the host batch at the Centen Sports Plaza A with an ambiance of school fair.  Kids were entertained by a magic show while the adults were enjoying the food served by different food booths.

The days event ended with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle.  The mass was officiated by Rev. Fr. Junie Maralit, a DLSL Elementary School alumnus. 

SUN DOWN EVENTS

Packing approximately 500 alumni from HS Batch 63 right until HS Batch 13 and Colleges 89 to Colleges 14, the SENTRUM became the hub for the nights celebrations.

In his speech, DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min. welcomed warmly all the returning alumni. He gladly shared with the audience the physical development on the campus - a sure sign of its enduring presence in the community and invited them to come time and again to see whats up with DLSL and encouraged them to enjoy the night by reconnecting with friends and creating possibly new ones from the old and younger batches. 

The recipient of Bl. Br. Arnould Reche FSC Distinguished Alumni Award also known as Gawad Alumni for 2014 was also recognized.  DOTC Assistant Secretary Dante Lantin, DLSL HS 71, received the award for his achievements as Junior Chamber of Commerce member and public official of Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC).

The night was filled with music by the countrys renowned 90s band True Faith and Soul Republic.  The raffle draw of cash prizes amounting to total of PhP 89,000.00 and grand prize of PhP 25,000.00 made the night more exciting.




A New Blessing for DLSL's Growing Community
One after another, constructions and buildings continue to rise in the realization of De La Salle Lipa's physical development plan. Aside from this, modernization and facility improvement have been quite apparent on campus.

Just recently, a new fusion of social, business and contemporary concept resulted in a new venture for DLSL dubbed the DLSL Learning Hub, located on the ground floor of the Sen. Jose Diokno Hall, formerly College Learning Resource Center.

It had its well-attended inauguration on November 25, 2014, led by DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., tenants, administrators, partners and select representatives.

The remodeled place was blessed by Fr. Joel Villanueva, OSJ.

The Brother President was delighted to welcome the attendees in another momentous occasion which depicted the inevitable growth and development of the institution, and is considered to be a new blessing for the Lasallians among the brimming grace that had been bestowed upon the community. He expressed his gratitude to all the people behind the new project, especially the tenants who are the newest or existing partners of DLSL.

In response to the Brother Presidents remarks, PowerMac's CEO and DLSL's Board of Trustee Member Lawrence Sison imparted his feeling of belongingness ever since he became a member of the community. Thus, he considers this school as their school.   

Business Development Coordinator Marita Quizon, in charge of the new hub, took the opportunity to acknowledge and welcome the most recent members of the institution. Although some of them have been, in one way or another, engaged in previous partnerships or existing collaborations, the following businesses and entrepreneurs compose the Learning Hub circle: Ads Tahian by Agnes Delatado for photocopying, binding, lamination and other services; Coffee Express by 77 Foods and Flavor Corporation for Batangas signature blends and pastries; and the Logo Shop by Margarita Tan-Climaco for special La Salle merchandise and novelty items. The Presidential Management Office, through the Advancement Unit, will be coming up with its own section at the same location to sell merchandise; proceeds of which will go to scholarship.

But aside from the business side, the newest place serves its purpose well as a social hub to connect with classmates and friends or simply congregate by using the e-Library, powered by PowerMac. This nook provides users with standing work stations to utilize for social media or other online searches. Several iPads are also available with free wi-fi connection within the area.

A part of the new hub includes the college librarys extension; both the LRC Multi-Media Center and the Periodical Section have transferred to the said place.

The must-see DLSL Learning Hub is open from Monday to Saturday, as early as seven in the morning until eight in the evening, while the shops close at six in the evening.




Appreciation and Dedication Rites Highlight LRC Year-End
After the much anticipated opening of the biggest library in CALABARZON in September, De La Salle Lipa's Learning Resource Center has made another record for its most recent milestone.

On November 19, 2014, renowned artists from across the country gathered at the LRC for the inauguration of the gallery housing their masterpieces. An appreciation ceremony ensued to honor the artists who have entrusted their paintings and sculptures adorning the entirety of the LRC from the ground floor, to the mezzanine, and the second floor. The certificate may not be enough to reciprocate the generosity of the artists for granting DLSL with their art works for free, but the legacy that they will leave behind will surely live long in the hearts of the Lasallians. DLSL's LRC may be the first of its kind to serve as a learning hub and a gallery at the same time.

In the remarks of the occasion of the Sports and Culture Director Emily Babasa, she acknowledged the selfless artists for bestowing the Lasallians of their valuable art works and accounted the collection that has grown to 94 and still counting. 

DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., emphasized the values of the paintings as not mere ornaments especially with their capacity to teach without saying anything. The collection is permanently exhibited in the LRC according to the Brother President.

The profound response of the artists representative and Artletics founder, Emmanuel Garibay, shared the immense pleasure of the rest of his colleagues for finding a permanent home for their art works, in no less than a reputable educational institution. He explained that this resulted in an affirmation of the institution in the fundamental role of arts in building culture in a community.

Subsequently, another significant event took place in the afternoon. It was the turn of the donors to be honored and recognized for their noble contribution to the LRC and the community as a whole. Their generosity is immortalized through a marker installed at the rooms or locations that they have significantly contributed to. Some of the donors went out of their way to attend the event and personally unveiled the markers. The Multipurpose Hall on the second floor named after its donor, Malayan Insurance, was unveiled by its representatives Dante Mayo and Larry Inciong. The College of Law Library on the second floor, named after Rex Bookstore, Inc., was unveiled by its donors Atty. Dominador and Don Timothy Buhain. One of the four discussion rooms, named after its donor JOES Publishing, was unveiled by its representatives, David Allan Yu and Rodindo Cabinta. Another discussion room named after its donor, the Integrated School Stallion 2014, was unveiled by its representative, Glenford Prospero, Stallion Coordinator. For the third discussion room named after the Student Coordinating Board, SY 2014-2015, it was unveiled by its representatives, Jo Rosos, IS Student Activity Head, with two SCB members. The last discussion room on the ground floor is named after its donor, Kristin Jose Valle, who could not make it, but was represented by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Valle.

And DLSL likewise honored the Ermita family through a marker of their own for supporting the completion of the LRC.

Dr. Alicia Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, addressed the attendees in her remarks of the occasion. The VCAR commended the people behind the realization and success of the dedication rites; how much difference it will make in the lives of thousands of members of the DLSL community and even to the next generation.

The Brother President had only good words to share to all the people who have made things possible, by doing ordinary things in an extraordinary way. His gratefulness could not be quantified, nor was it finite, with all the overwhelming generosity that the artists and donors have granted to the entire community.     

In the closing remarks of the Vice Chancellor for Administration, Jhyn Concordia, she acknowledged the collaboration and support of the various offices that played a big role in the fulfillment of the project. She likewise hinted on the future development plans of the institution and asked in jest that the donors may want to financially support again the upcoming projects. 

Other partners of DLSL were also in attendance to witness the momentous event, namely, Teresita Tapalla of Eastwest Banking Corporation, Lipa branch; Michael Henery Hernandez of Philippine National Bank, Lipa branch; Maricel Mercado of Planters Development Bank, Lipa branch; Nerissa Naredo of Metrobank, Lipa Ayala branch; Betty Lazaro of Unionbank (UShare); Jun Nario of Chinabank; Robert Kuan of Puregold; Marco Vizconde of Toyota Batangas; Dennis Macasaet of Globe, Vanessa Garing of Mary Mediatrix Medical Center; and De La Salle Lipa Alumni Association, Inc. President, Dr. Joey Panganiban.




Lasallian Campus and Social Action Ministers' Assembly
After a five-year hiatus, the Lasallian communities such as De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde, De La Salle Santiago Zobel School, De La Salle University Manila, De La Salle Antipolo, De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle University Dasmarinas, De La Salle University-Health and Science Institute, La Salle Greenhills and De La Salle Lipa, gathered once again on November 11, 2014 at the DLSL Retreat Complex for the Lasallian Campus and Social Action Ministers' Assembly.

The objectives of the assembly were to gather the ministers for a renewal of commitment and re-energize for the Lasallian mission and to rebuild relationship, strengthen the network and support among Lasallian ministers. It commenced with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist led by Msgr. Rufo Suplido together with Fr. Eduardo Paglinawan.

Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, the Sector Leader of De La Salle Brothers Philippines, welcomed the participants and took the lead in the introductions. The "Kumustahan" session ensued facilitated by Carmelita Lazatin, Vice Chancellor for Lasallian Mission and Student Life of DLS-CSB and shared update to the participants. Another inspiring message titled "Examining my Mission" discussed by Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., DLSL President and Chancellor, focusing on how to "Restore broken connection with past and future to bring unity to a fragmental ideology". Next was the "Sense of Meaning" by Sr. Caroline Joy Luz RSCJ of the Religious of the Sacred Heart in which she discussed the topic "How to respond to Gods Invitation and Call". She presented the 6 models: Moises, Esther, Jonas, Peter, Mary Magdalene and Paul. They composed a wide array of personalities that answer the call and invitation from God. At the end of the discussion, she reminded the attendees to keep the love going. Lastly, Br. Edmundo Fernandez FSC, Lasallian East Asia District (LEAD) Brother Visitor shared the Three shadows of St John which were the "Fight with the School Master, Defection in Reims - Heroic Vow, and De La Salle in Parmenie."  His advice was to accept the state of being lost because there people will find light. He also borrowed a line from the book A Field Guide in getting Lost by Rebecca Solnit, "Never to get lost is not to live, not to know how to get lost brings you to destruction, and somewhere in the terra incognita in between, lies a life of discovery."

They all shared their experiences of being a part of the Lasallian community which started as passion and later on led to mission.

The assembly was facilitated by Keane Palatino, DLSPs Executive Director of Lasallian Mission Services and Evangeline De Peralta, Lasallian Formation and Mission Department Director of De La Salle Santiago Zobel School.

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All Treats and No Tricks at the Children's Fair 2014
Almost 800 kids in their dainty and other inspired costumes, accompanied by their parents and guardians, were treated to an afternoon delight on October 28, 2014 on De La Salle Lipa campus in celebration of the annual Childrens Fair.

The short but fun-filled program which featured a dance number from the Salindayaw Dance Company and a magic show, made every ones day.

Two participants, Kirk Xyprix Jaggernaut Lasin (Grade 1 BB 112) and Bea Ilagan (Grade 1- BB 109) were selected by the judges Roger Basco, DLSL's Arts Coordinator, and Jo Rosos, IS SAO Head, for the best costumes. Lasin's all-black costume, with hair covering him from head to toe, dubbed, The Forest Guardian, was eye-catchy, while Ilagan's My Little Pony outfit with a blonde hair, accessorized with a bow and arrow, surely captured every attendees' attention. 

Immediately after the program, the much awaited trick or treat did not disappoint the little ones. All their buckets were filled with yummy goodies that brought spark to their faces.

DLSL is grateful to its sponsors, Enchanted Kingdom, SMART, Calmarland, CARD SME Bank, P.A. Properties, Oh My Goods, Pasithea Massage, RMF Marketing, ad Richness Marketing, for participating in this years Childrens Fair.




Pasko sa La Salle
As the season of Christmas approaches, we are spearheading activities to celebrate the gift of salvation. On December 11, - 13, 2014, DLSL through PMO will host the Christmas Fair, dubbed as Pasko sa La Salle, at the SENTRUM parking area. It will be participated by students, faculty members, parents, alumni and Lasallian partners in a fair ambiance with bazaaristas showcasing their products and / or services. It aims to raise fund for the DLSL scholarship program. We also have packet activities to complete the three-day fair.

To make this event truly memorable, we are inviting co-workers to partner with us in this mission. Co-workers may form a group and be one of the bazararistas. As bazaarista, you will have the opportunity to promote your products and / or services to our participants. You can do selling, product sampling, leafleting, and post your company tarpaulin at designated stall. Interested co-workers may man their booths after office hours. For a rental fee of Php 4,500 (good for 3 days) you will be able to find a venue for promotion and marketing and a chance to support and join a great tradition of Lasallian mission - teach minds, touch hearts, transform lives.

Slot reservation is on a first come first served basis. Should you have further inquiries, you can contact out office at local 297.

ABComm film named as Top 5 MMFF finalist
The Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) New wave students' short film category has once again named De La Salle Lipa's entry as one of the Top 5 finalists in this year's 40th MMFF. 

The film titled, "Ang Soltera," bested 87 films submitted from all over the country. The film tackles the story of Esmeralda, played by Ms. Crece Roldan of the Culture and Arts Office. Esmeralda, an aloof spinster denied a comfortable life abroad and opted to stay in the country. In her lonesomeness, she met Biboy (played by Melvin Llubit), a sundot-saging vendor, who transformed her outlook in life with his wit and smartness.

The film was created and produced by April Rose Aguilera, Michelle Soriano, Jhonnel Alday, Danica Villasanta and Arielle Louise Naguit as their thesis project in AB Communication.

In 2011, DLSL received its first MMFF Best Picture award -- New Wave Category with the film Ang Payaso at Ang Prinsesa. This was followed in 2013 when the 39th MMFF named Ang Paglisan as Best Picture for the same category. Both films were thesis projects of AB Communication.

Awarding ceremony of the 40th MMFF will be held in December 2014. 


 






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DLSL Unveils New Retreat Complex
A sprawling 8,800 square meters, or nearly a hectare of the Annex 2 land had been dedicated to De La Salle Lipas in-house formation facilities known as the Retreat Complex.

Back in February 2014, people gathered and witnessed the groundbreaking ceremony and eight months after, Lasallians and guests gathered anew on October 7, 2014, this time, for the blessing of the newest structures. 

It was just a dream, Vice Chancellor for Mission Violeta Ramirez gushed when she addressed the attendees of the blessing. She considers it a haven that will soon welcome the students to have their retreat, recollection, formation activity and institutional gathering.

DLSL's President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. agreed with the VCM saying [I] never thought we would have this. After the property was purchased by former DLSL president, Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC, the mission was clear for the institution it was not only to provide a quality education but to sustain and strengthen the Christian education, the Brother President added. He likewise gave a hint that there is more to come because of the additional structures that will soon rise on the same area, such as the chapel, which will be located near the entrance, and very soon, the dormitory. He thanked Architects Tony Gutierrez, Jr. and Barry del Rosario responsible for the attractive design that is perfect for its purpose.

A large mess hall with an office space, kitchen and stockroom, as well as four session halls, and two sets of restroom facilities now stand on the property. An island amid the structures will soon accommodate the towering image of Mary Mediatrix that is close to eight feet, surrounded by an elaborate landscape to be designed by the school's landscape guru, Pilar Paredes.

Lasallians composed of the administrators, ILFO representatives, employees, and student leaders, together with the architects, Executive Director of Academe Foundation Sachie Reyes of Flying V chapels donor, Fr. Willy Jesena, C.Ss.R., Redemptorist Church representative and the priests who led the blessing Fr. Antotnio Umali, Fr. Bubot Hernandez, and Fr. Toter Rosuello, were all on hand to witness another milestone unfurl at the institution.




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APPEAL's Mini Olympics at DLSL
The 3rd Mini Olympics themed Gilas Bulilit of the Association of Private Pre-Elementary and Secondary School Administrators of Lipa (APPEAL) was cordially hosted by one of its members, De La Salle Lipa.

Students from the participating member schools, Ages and Stages, Berean, Bloomfields, Brilliant Minds, Child's LEAP Center, Divine Shepherd, Great Shepherd, Holistic, Immaculate Conception, La Milagrosa, Laygo Educational Center, Lipa Adventist, Lipa Grace, Lipa Montessori, New Era University, Phil Ark Christian, San Antonio de Padua, St. Peter Acts, St. Philomena, Talinong Bulilit, The Golden Grace, The Karrussian, The Little Sparrow, The Shepherd, and De La Salle Lipa, gathered on October 3, 2014 at the SENTRUM to spend together a day of fun and entertainment through a healthy sports competition.

APPEAL officers, Vilma Asinas, President, Dr. Basilio Balayong, Vice President, Nancy Rabena, Secretary, Paz Laygo, Treasurer, Rodelyn Balayo, Auditor, and Teresita Perce, Public Relations Officer, were all present as they were joined by the Department of Educations Dr. Annie Atienza, EPS1/MAPEH Supervisor, and Asuncion de Luna, EPS1/Kindergarten/SPED, for the remarks of the occasion. And DLSL representatives, Emily Babasa, Sports and Culture Director, Gina Vergara, Grade School Assistant Principal, and the DLSL Pep Squad likewise graced the event.

This was DLSL's second time to participate and it has been an enjoyable and memorable experience for the little ones, whether they brought home a medal or not; they earned not only a new friend but honed their God-given talents and learned a thing or two about sportsmanship the main objectives of APPEAL's worthwhile program.

DLSL's previous winners were the Volleyball Girls-Champion, Chess Boys-Champion, Dama Boys-Champion, Badminton Girls-Champion, Dama Girls-third place, and the Mixed Badminton-third place.

The entire community hails the 3rd Mini Olympics champs and the back-to-back winners.

Volleyball Girls Champion

1. Hudencial, Jasmin -  BB 304
2. Lipat, Jacquelin - BB 105
3. Reyes, Gabriel - BB 308
4. Rodriguez, Franchesca - BB 204
5. Belen, Helaena - BB 303
6. Atienza, Ayeeshah - BB 302
7. Jayin, Kwyn - BB 301
8. Cavanyero, Jhea - BB 301
9. Perez, Faye - BB 301
10. Villena, Julia - BB 305
11. Magaling, Lira - BB 302
12. Chavez, Lora - BG 109
13. Suan, Mary Annika - BB 208
14. Perez, Andrea - BB 308

Sipa Boys - Champion

1. Casilao, Adriene  - BB 303
2. Gonzales, Renzo - BB 303
3. Maralit, Jerson - BB 303
4. Javier, Cedric - BB 305
5. Arada, Gerwyn - BB 304
6. Laylo, Gerry - BB 305

Sipa Girls Champion         

1. Lizada, Carissa - BB 303
2. Paje, Bianca - BB 305
3. Rabino, Jell Ann - BB 304
4. Jayin, Kwyn - BB 301
5. Cavaneyro, Jhea - BB 301

Badminton Girls Champion
Tipan, Athryn - BB 209

50-Meter Sprint Boys Champion
Cuevas, Charles - BB 304



Peace One Day 2014
Amid brewing or worsening conflicts in some parts of the world and even in certain regions in this country, the De La Salle Lipa community earnestly continues its quest to inculcate in the minds of the young that there is always a room for peace.

As the Regional Center for Peace Education, the institution's commitment to take concrete steps in the realization of peace as a way of life in the region is likewise sustained on campus.

In fact, the entire DLSL community was unison in celebration of Peace One Day on September 22, 2014 aptly themed Creating a Culture of Peace: Living the Faith, Sharing the Dream, Living the Faith.

Both the Integrated School (IS) and the College divisions held their initiatives led by the Face to Faith team as well as the Grade School, High School and College Academic Council and National Service Training Program (NSTP), with the support of all the members of the departments from Grade School to College.

At the same day, parents got involved also through synchronized praying at exactly 8:00 in the morning after the text brigade made by the Marketing Office.

The Peace One Day commenced with a MASS FOR PEACE participated in by select students with faculty and staff at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle highlighted by symbolic offering of white flower which symbolizes pure love and intention of achieving peace in Mother earth; globe symbolizes all nations in the world to be united and unified in promoting peace; white dove symbolizes the youths untiring desire to continue flying and dreaming of a peaceful place to live in. Cross as the community continue their journey of life, may they also continue the journey in keeping their hearts flaming in peace; statue of St. La Salle with prayers and guidance from St. La Salle, may the community be an effective instruments in provoking desire to find peace in mankind.

An institutional participation on A FAST FOR PEACE kept the community from making unnecessary noises and abstained from the use of electronic gadgets to feel and experience a peace and quiet moment in school.

A prayer brigade dubbed A PRAYER VIGIL FOR PEACE, with special intention for world peace, was held at the Capilla during the students Christian Living, Social Studies and English classes. It ran simultaneously with a film-viewing regarding Peace One Day. This particular program solicited a pledge from the young Lasallians on Whom Will I Make Peace With?

The DLSL community participated also in the PEACE BELL RINGING FOR A MINUTE held in the morning, noon and afternoon to signify a minute of silence during prayer services.

The pint-sized members of the community the kindergarten pupils expressed their own take on peace through a drawing activity.

DLSL's junior high school students joined in the Peace Wall along with other participants during the multi-sector Peace Rally to signify their commitment in the Peace Agreement.

Inspired by Pope Francis idea on the Vatican World Day of Peace 2014, the NSTP PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST was held in college with the theme: Fraternity, A Foundation and Pathway to Peace. All the entries in the Photography contest were exhibited from September 15 to 17 at the Mabini Hall activity area. The Education Students also had a SELF PEACE CONTEST participated in by students.

Other initiatives that were previously introduced, such as the Peace integration in the curriculum and Face to Faith program, are continuously sustained by the organizers.

In fact, two Face to Faith multipoint video conferences took place on September 8 and 17, participated in by the IS and colleges, respectively, following the theme Nurturing Diversity for Peace. It was followed with VCs with partner schools from across the globe.

In the participation of DLSL in the global celebration of Peace One Day last year, the institution made it to the shortlist of the Largest Event category of the Face to Faith Peace One Day Awards 2013 which was participated in by 102 schools from 13 countries, namely, Egypt, India, Indonesia, Italy, Jordan, Lebanon, Mexico, Pakistan, Philippines, UAE, UK, Ukraine, and USA. 



Perez Scores another Medal in Int'l Math Contest
After victoriously reaping two gold medals in a previous international
competition, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 6 BB306 obtained a new medal on his latest quest at the 2014 International Mathematics and Science
Olympiad (IMSO) held in Bali, Indonesia on October 5-10, 2014.

Perez
bagged a bronze medal as a first-time participant in the said
international competition together with the rest of the Philippine
delegation from various primary schools.

Part of this young
luminary's success was the help of his hardworking mentor, Leonie
Landicho, who made sure he was ready to face more than 200 contestants
from South Africa, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, China, Taiwan, Sri
Lanka, Vietnam, Brunei, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, and Nepal.

The country garnered a total of 27 awards with one gold, 12 silver and 13 bronze medals, plus a Best in Experiment award.

This
young Lasallian may be considered a veteran after fruitfully joining a
long list of local, national and international competitions.

His parents Cenon and Lucy Perez and the DLSL community are proud of his latest feat.



All about Campus Talk 2.0
Taking the parents' assembly to another level, the Grades 9 and 10 students convened with Grade 10 parents on September 30, 2014 at the SENTRUM to engage in an interactive presentation regarding their future plans and career orientation.

Integrated School Principal Mayolisa Mantuano personally welcomed the attendees and explained briefly the objective of the afternoon gathering. She highlighted the ensuing discussion on Senior High School (SHS) program of De La Salle Lipa and the institution's "fearless" offering way ahead of other educational institutions.

The events guest speaker was from this country's number one job site. He is the Senior Marketing Specialist of JobStreet, Kelvin Villafuerte. His engaging presentation provided a clear scenario of the employment status in the country and gave a hearty discussion on how the current generation should discern the right and appropriate program for them. Villafuerte underscored the significance of gaining advantage in competency and how the young Lasallians could be competitive enough in acquiring their desired career.

DLSL's SHS Coordinator Rene Villanueva gave an extensive discussion on the SHS program of DLSL. He cited the most recent development in the newest offering and how it may further evolve to a favorable program considering the future changes in the Asian region.

Corroborating the recommendations of both preceding speakers, BS Accountancy student Verthon Acielo gave a testimonial on the importance of acquiring a SHS program based on his experience when he applied for a university in the USA, and the implications of ignoring the opportunity to take advantage of it.

IS Junior High School Assistant Principal, Angie Samonte, concluded the event with a presentation on graduation policy and other pertinent matters with parents of the graduating students.




LICA Demo Room Re-Opens after Renovation
After three months of renovation, the much awaited re-opening of the Demo Room promises to bring ones learning experience into a whole new level. It is practically anyone's dream kitchen and considered to be a chef's paradise!

With the main objectives of updating the facilities and providing a better place conducive to learning, top-of-the-line appliances and a re-modeled room welcomed the attendees at the blessing of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management Demo/Lecture room on August 8, 2014.

More than a quarter of the room makes-up the kitchen containing not only brand new, but sophisticated and imported items that were specially acquired for the place - the Italian brand Foster for induction cooker, griller, oven, and gas range; Sharp's state-of-the-art refrigerator featuring its touch control panel for easy manipulation of its unique and varied operations; and cook wares include the brands Eco and Calphalon, among others. The countertop is made of modern and durable material and underneath it is the open cabinet for easy access, while it is complimented by the optimized overhead and counter cabinet. A special glass is installed beside the counter, provided for the chef's written instruction.

36 ergonomic chairs lie on the rest of the floor area for students to conveniently view the chef's demonstration via the tilted mirror, or through the 39" LED television.

The room was strategically designed to have huge, tempered glass windows allowing natural lighting and views a mini garden.

DLSL's master designer Arch. Jojo Gutierrez and Arch. Iva Remigio collaborated on the design of the contemporary Demo Room utilized by the students enrolled in Culinary, Hotel and Restaurant Management, and Tourism programs.




Green Chevrons: "Unsung Heroes"
At the onset of a new school year, another season of various leagues in different levels shall pose new challenge for De La Salle Lipa's athletes - the Green Chevrons. To manifest DLSL community's encouragement, the annual PEP Rally is held for them including the coaches, and the support staff.

Thus, on August 22, 2014, the institution's official teams and coaches were rounded up at the SENTRUM and hailed by Sports and Culture Director Emily Babasa as DLSL's "unsung heroes, giving pride and honor to the school and founder," as she addressed the community after the opening salvo of this year's PEP Rally.

In the inspirational message of DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., he pointed out that the occasion serves as a tribute to the athletes, staff and coaches. He even commended the stellar performance of the IS Green Chevrons for consistently landing the overall champion in the Junior Division of the NCAA-South for four consecutive years, and complimented the college athletes' efforts for being runners-up in the Senior Division for the past years in the same league. And lastly, he wished that the athletes would stay true to the essence of the oath of Lasallian athlete signifying the values and virtues of a Green Chevron.

The event's guest speaker, Batangas Vice Governor Mark Leviste, an all-around Lasallian athlete during his heydays at the De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, was quite generous with his advice and motivation. But aside from sports, this youngest vice governor of the province emphasized the importance of academics, and how to balance both. And before he leaves for an executive education in Harvard University, he wished the Green Chevrons good luck for the new season.

Presentations by the official line-up of the teams ensued, showing not only that they are skilled athletes, but capable of performing as well.




IS Studes Shine in IMC
As if the winning streak of De La Salle Lipa in the international Mathematics competitions from the beginning of this school year is not enough, three more students from the Integrated School proved that there is more to come.

The new breed of Math wizards, accompanied by the Grade School Mathematics Coordinator Dennis Dimaala, made their mark in their first international competition.

Victorious Lasallians in the 2014 International Mathematics Competition held in Singapore, August 1-4, 2014, were bronze medalist Paolo Miguel C. Torres, Grade 5 (BB 210), son of Shiela Ann and Arthur Torres, bronze medalist Jan Ver Domnic J. Edra, Grade 10 (LS-304), son of Maria Gilda and Lito Edra, and silver medalist Kathleen Kate L. Suarez, Grade 10 (LS-304), daughter of Nenette and Leonardo da Vinci Suarez.

With the help of these Lasallians and the rest of the Philippine delegation, the country collected 22 gold, 44 silver and 89 bronze medals.

Leading the standings was China with 193 medals, Philippines with 155, Malaysia with 92, Taiwan with 88, Indonesia with 75, Singapore with 67, South Korea with 59, Thailand with 30, Iran with 8, Myanmar with 3, and India with 1 medal.

The growing pool of talents in the Integrated School, particularly the young Math wizards, is a testament to the commitment and dedication of the students, the Math Varsity coaches and teachers. May they continue to uphold the Lasallian ideals of faith, zeal and communion in mission.



Perez Bags 2 Gold Medals in China Mathematics Competition
Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 6, was one of the leads in the Philippines' delegation who brought home not just one but TWO GOLD medals from the 2014 China Mathematics Competition for Primary Students, held in Zhejiang in July.

Conquering the individual and relay categories earned him the gold medals together with other members of the Filipino delegation. Their joint efforts garnered 16 gold, 11 silver and 11 bronze medals.

This new achievement of Perez adds to his growing list of international, national and regional awards which include a bronze in the International Mathematics Competition in Singapore, second place in the 3rd Asian Science and Mathematics Olympiad for Primary Schools (ASMOPS) 2013, and Regional Champion in MTAP, not to mention a recipient of the DOST Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics.

At the age of 11, he has already accomplished so much making his parents Cenon and Lucy Perez mighty proud and even more supportive than ever.

His diligence in training coupled with the unceasing mentoring of the Math Varsity coaches, and the foundations laid by his Mathematics teachers, have certainly paid off.

DLSLAAI Strengthens Int'l Ties
A five-man delegation from De La Salle Lipa attended the 1st PARC Alumni Leaders' Congress in Hakodate, Japan on June 27 - 29, 2014.  Dr. Bienvenido Jose N. Panganiban, De La Salle Lipa Alumni Association, Inc. (DLSLAAI President) headed the delegation whose members are Crecelda D. Roldan (DLSLAAI Board Member), Gina L. Sabater (DLSLAAI Board Member), Joel U. Pea (DLSLAAI Board Member) and Israel V. Tan (DLSL Alumni Linkages Officer).  

At the opening program held at the summit of Mt. Hakodate, Br. Thomas Lavin FSC, representing the Brother Visitor of Lasallian East Asia District (LEAD), expressed his joy and gratitude in this momentous occasion.  Br. Andre Labelle FSC, representing the Host District, gave a warm welcome to the participants.  They were followed by Henry Atayde, UMAEL president, thanked the JLFSAA for responding to the call of UMAEL, and agreeing to host this congress. Kentaro Noda, Vice President of JFLSAA, welcomed the participants on behalf of their federation. Toshiki Kudo, Mayor of Hakodate, proudly introduced himself as a former Lasallian student and welcomed the participants to his city. And Br. Fermin Martinez FSC, Principal of La Salle Hakodate, gave a toast and invited everybody to the impressive feast.

On Day 2 of the congress, Br. Thomas Lavin FSC, set the tone for the meeting by pointing out what he considered one of the most important objectives of the congress: to promote the formation of members. He emphasized that this should be the central goal of the new alumni vision. The purpose of formation, also expressed in the objectives of the congress, is to support for the Lasallian mission -- the education of the last, the lost and the least.  Br. Andre Labelle FSC reminded the group that the congress is also important to promote fraternity amongst each other and between the countries. Again, the purpose of fraternity should be the Lasallian mission.  Br. Fermin Martinez FSC gave a background of the Brothers presence in Japan and a history of the establishment La Salle schools in the country. He hailed the congress and stressed what they strive to teach their boys -- that what the world needs today is understanding among them.

The Christian Brothers sharing was followed by the presentation of Henry Atayde and Dondon Atayde on alumni leaders formation.  The presenters emphasized that to belong to the association is a free act. Not all graduates are automatically members, only those who adhere to the values, purpose, and responsibilities that come with being a member. Another point of reflection given was the role of women in associations.
Henry Atayde continued the presentation on UMAEL - its history, vision and current state. The foremost concern of UMAEL is the lack of networking and coordination among its members. The way forward from this issue is to 'GLOCALIZE,' or to organize and cooperate on a local and regional perspective first, bearing in mind the global context.

From the regional level, it should prove easier to coordinate and network amongst organized regions. Many regions around the world, such as Europe (RELEM) and South America (RELAL), have already made great efforts in this direction. The Japan Federation, who has taken to heart the UMAEL vision, has taken the initiative for Asia in hosting this first PARC Leaders Congress.

Another priority of UMAEL is the formation of its members. UMAEL shall recommend to all its members to create a Lasallian Mission and Formation Committee in each association. This committee is meant to safeguard the commitment to the Lasallian Mission of Education. UMAEL will provide these committees with materials to aid the work of formation. The presentation was followed by an open forum.  During lunch break, congress delegates were given a tour of La Salle Hakodate, and were treated with a performance by the glee club and brass band.
 
The open forum and discussion continued in the afternoon. Henry Atayde asked the group to review the "Live the Animo" movement as a proposal for the region (PARC). He also opened the discussion on how PARC should organize after this congress, possibly a coordinating body with one to three representatives per country and a regular meeting every two years. He explained that the need to see each other personally is important.

Dondon Atayde suggested that PARC could establish, not necessarily a body, but at least an open line of communication among its members. Through coordination, it would be possible to share best practices, resources, talents, etc. Criselda Roldan and Joel Pena from the Philippines concurred with this suggestion adding that social networking could be a good platform of communication. Mongkol from Thailand added that sharing among countries will also strengthen the alumni associations in the home country, especially as they are made more aware of the global Lasallian family.

The congress was hosted by the Japan Federation of La Salle Alumni Associations (JFLSAA).


CI Assembly 2014
A few days after the official school year 2014-2015 has started, the De La Salle Lipa faculty members congregated once more, this time, for the Community Involvement Assembly.

A separate gathering was held on May 27, 2014 at the Diokno Auditorium by the Integrated School and the College Divisions, in the morning and afternoon, respectively.

Invited resource speaker, Angelito G. Manalili, Ph.D., provided substantial enlightenment on this year's theme "Renewing Committed Service for Social Transformation."

Manalili is a professor and former Dean of the University of the Philippines - Diliman's College of Social Work and Community Development, and earned his Doctor in Philosophy in Philippine Studies at the same university.

Relative to the theme of the occasion, it was deemed fitting to share an audio-visual presentation of the recent trip to Tacloban City by the volunteers who represented DLSL in De La Salle Philippine's "One La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project."  Subsequently, select volunteers, namely, Renemarie Fabon, Wilmer Adajar, Chef Shirley De Jesus, and Violy Andaleon, gave personal reflection on their experience in the said outreach.

And before the annual event organized by the Community Involvement Office concluded, the top ten awardees from each division were announced. The recipients of the recognition rendering the most participation - based on their incurred points - in the Community Involvement for SY 2013-2014 from the IS were: 1. Golda Margaret Obena, 2. Haidee Angeles, 3. Noriel Navita, 4. Wenifredo Angeles, 5. Fred Azul, 6. Arthur Dimaculangan, 7. Philip Anthony Rivera, 8. Lailanie Gutierrez, 9. Agripina Pangan       10. Hirodian Baon. Awardees from the College Division were: 1. Joseph Angelou Ng,     2. Roy Aguba, 3. Bernadette Dimaculangan, 4. Richard Logro, 5. Violeta Andaleon,  6. Bernardo Lunar, 7. Maria Delia Poot, 8. Rosemarie Mendenilla, 9. Ronnie Amazona, 10. Margie Ebreo.









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A Rare Visit by the La Salle Sisters
After a school visit from a couple of sister schools from the Visayas another group of fellow Lasallians dropped by De La Salle Lipa on May 29, 2014.

Sr. Theresa Vo Thien Cu, Superior of La Salle Sisters in Vietnam paid a visit, accompanied by two Sisters and two La Salle Brothers from the same country.

It was the superiors first trip to the Philippines and she took the opportunity to visit select sister schools in the region, all that she could squeeze in her schedule of seven days.

The group was given a tour of the campus and stopped over the Brothers community and the Novitiate.

Sr. Theresa gladly explained the growing community of La Salle in their country. In fact, the number of Vietnamese Sisters and Brothers has grown over the years with comparatively bigger community than the Philippines. In fact, as of late, they have around 90 Brothers and 83 Sisters.

The meeting with DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC. D. Min. was quite brief but nonetheless fruitful. He encouraged the La Salle Sisters to teach at DLSL where they could practice their craft and develop proficiency in English.     




180 Public School Teachers Complete DLSL-Sponsored Summer Program
After two weeks of extensive training in their respective subject areas of English, Math and Science to further hone their competencies, 180 public school teachers from Lipa City completed the summer training program sponsored by De La Salle Lipa in partnership with De La Salle University-Manila.

Batangas Governor Vilma Santos-Recto personally awarded the certificate of completion to the participants and shared a message of inspiration at the closing ceremony held May 16, 2014 at the Br. Henry Vigril Gymnasium. Underscoring innovation, intervention and improvement as necessity in the field education, she encouraged the teachers not to be complacent and continue to update themselves with relevant tools to become competitive. She also expressed her support and gratitude to both DLSL and DLSU for being partners in the furtherance of education of public school teachers.  

DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC D. Min. complemented the teachers and associated their career to heroism for manifesting their unceasing dedication and commitment on their desire to reach out and do something noble through education. He believes that the public school teachers serve as the allies of DLSL; for both were called to fulfill a mutual mission.

On hand at the ceremony were Lipa City Administrator Atty. Leo Latido and Lipa DepEd Supervisor Crispina Pesigan, who represented Lipa City Mayor Meynard Sabili and Lipa DepEd Superintendent Osias Monforte, respectively.  





ANTI-FLU VACCINE
In line with the preventive Healthcare Program of the HRD, the Institutional Health Services will be facilitating the administration of ANTI-FLU Vaccine and in relation to this, kindly take note of the following:
        
  1. A sign-up list for employees who are interested to avail of the vaccine for themselves and their immediate relatives (via salary deduction) will be given to your respective Deans/Principals/Directors/Office Heads.
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  3. The amount of the vaccine is ranging from Php 400.00-500.00/doze/pax.
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  5. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted in two (2) paydays only. The policy on the 40% net take home pay will be observed.
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  7. The deadline for submission of the sign-up list is on May 27, 2014 (Tuesday).
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  9. IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
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    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above can be vaccinated.
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    3. A person/child who will avail of the vaccine must have NO ALLERGIES TO CHICKEN AND EGGS.
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    5. If a person/child has certain allergies, kindly inform the Insitutional Health Services staff.
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  11. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you very much.


DLSL General Assembly 2014
A new school year has officially jumpstarted at De La Salle Lipa as all employees gather anew at the annual General Assembly 2014, held at the SENTRUM on May 15.

After coming back from a month-long vacation, faculty members joined the rest of their co-workers to welcome the new school year and to honor DLSLs new set of service awardees.

President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. warmly welcomed back his fellow Lasallians and reiterated the directions that he has previously set for the institution.  The Brother President recognized that DLSL is on its right path by acknowledging the scholars the school has produced and quoted excerpts from the students letters expressing their gratitude for the opportunities that were bestowed upon them.

Ma. Theresa Medina and Angelou Ng gladly entertained their co-workers by singing popular and contemporary songs.        

Below is the list of the newly hired, employees with recent permanent status, and the service awardees.

New Employees:
1. Danielle Gutierrez     - GS Filipino Teacher
2. Erica Eyunice Lontoc - HS Filipino Teacher
3. Mariel Ramirez - HS Filipino Teacher
4. Franchezka Rikka De La Rosa - Office Assistant
5. Zephyr Love Navarro - IS Guidance Counselor
6. Kristine Marie Magaling - IS Guidance Counselor
7. Geraldine Flores - College Guidance Counselor
8. Eileen Vasquez - Career and Placement Coordinator
9. Japhet Jaen - Office Assistant - IS Registrar Curriculum & Scheduling Staff
10. Myleen Ramiro - Registrars Office
11. Reniel Jamir Balanquit - Technical Support Staff
12. Julio Emmanuel Goce - School Nurse
13. Maricel Llamas - Finance Director


Permanent Employees:
1. Rachel Joy Alzate - College of Law
2. Jayson Balayantoc - Information & Communication Technology Center
3. Rosmeny Boncajes -Marketing Communications Department
4. Erwin Castillo - General Services Department
5. Joyce Cueto - Sports and Culture Office
6. Atty. Emerito Enginco - College of Law
7. Jonalisa Estrera - Integrated School
8. Marc Joseph Ian Generoso II - Information & Communication Technology Center
9. Gerald Latayan - Integrated School
10. Cynthia Maderazo - Registrars Office
11. Sheila Maloles - College of Business, Economics, Accountancy & Management
12. Jester Martinez - College of Education, Arts & Sciences
13. Maridel Mendoza     - College of Education, Arts & Sciences
14. Maria Madel Ocampo - College of International Hospitality & Tourism Management
15. Maria Delia Poot     - College of Business, Economics, Accountancy & Management    
16. Joy Talens - College of Education, Arts & Sciences
17. Alberto Jose Toreja - HRD-Institutional Health Services

10-Year Service Awardees:
1. Lorna Achico
2. Baby Maricel Agonio    
3. Ma. Theresa Atienza
4. Conrada Bacong
5. Vilma Barrion
6. Alicia Barte
7. Domingo Paulo Chavez
8. Lireyn De Sagun
9. Crisvelyn Del Mundo
10. Girlie Desingao
11. Arnel Dimaano
12. Kristine Anne Dimaculangan
13. Mary Jane Gurierrez
14. Erick Von Hernandez
15. Raquel Inciong
16. Mercelle Lalamunan
17. Remelyn Lumanglas
18. Daycel Martija
19. Imelda Mendoza
20. Philip Anthony Rivera
21. Melissa Roces
22. Noly Rodaje
23. Anita Urbi
24. Arnel Zapanta

15-Year Service Awardees:
1. Josie Absin
2. Maria Ralyn Anog
3. Reinard Anog
4. Portia Araque
5. Lorna Bagares
6. Aldwin Baldovino
7. Noralyn Balhon
8. Annabelle Balita
9. Dr. Alicia Botardo
10. Maximo Bueno
11. Lea Camacho
12. Arnold Capuloy
13. Ma. Theresa Caya
14. Melchor De Las Alas
15. Dennis Dimaala
16. Lorna Dy
17. Minerva Fanoga
18. Edgar Garcia
19. Ruby Garing
20. Sofio Isaga
21. Marisol Laguardia
22. Jonas Lara
23. Margie Magnaye
24. Joseph Magpantay
25. Protacio Mea
26. Ferdinand Mercado
27. Miriam Merlin
28. Girlie Navarro
29. Henson Ola
30. Donabel Orcena
31. Alan Pagsuyuin
32. Randy Palestina
33. Agnes Perez
34. MaricelPerez
35. Rex Quinto
36. Mildred Recinto
37. Silverio Vallejo, Jr.
38. Estelita Villegas

20-Year Service Awardees:
1. Galileo Casala
2. Nilda Bernarda Casas
3. Mona Liza De Villa
4. Santa Embalsado
5. Elma Langamon
6. Michelle Macaraeg
7. Fe Mando
8. Marian Pea
9. Lesiree Pernez
10. Elenita Ramirez

Juan Medrano Service Awardees:
1. Adelmo De Ocampo
2. Lorena Gomez
3. Corazon Magcawas
4. Raquel Tapalla

25-Year Service Awardees:
1. Lorna Guavez
2. Eva Jonson
3. Mercedita Lescano
4. Ma. Theresa Marquez
5. Hedeliza Matibag
6. Ruben Rubis
7. Romil Silva

30-Year Service Awardees:
1. Wilfreda Dimaano
2. Marilou Navales

35-Year Service Awardees:
1. Estrella Rosales
2. Pablito Sarmiento


A Better View behind the Lens of JP Yulo
Fellow Lasallian and seasoned travel photographer JP Yulo, an alumnus of University of St. La Salle and De La Salle University-Manila, conducted a seminar-workshop on photography held May 8-9 at the Sen. Jose Diokno Hall.

Yulo was quite generous with techniques and practical tips he shared with his ardent participants composed of Presidential Management Director Arnold Capuloy, Arts Coordinator Rogger Basco, Publications Officer Noel Pascual, Student Affairs Officer Melissa Ishikawa, Graphics Artist Ross Boncajes, Presidential Management Office Asst. Jac Climaco, and Lavoxa College Publications representative Bon Marion Benito.

Several topics were discussed such as indoor/outdoor photography, maximizing the use of natural light, rule of thirds, metering modes, and other subjects relative to photo shoots that are meant for publication.

More than passion, photography is something that Yulo takes to heart. This is obviously translated in his photographs that need no explanation. And this was the valuable input that the attendees surely captured.


A Warm Visit By Fellow Lasallians From Visayas
Driven by the same cause and bound by the same thrust, though geographically apart, fellow Lasallians from the Visayas - University of St. La Salle (USLS), Bacolod City and De La Salle Andres Soriano Memorial College (DLSASMC), Toledo City, made it possible to pay a visit on April 30 and May 6, respectively.

The USLS group composed of guidance counselors, headed by their Director, Dr. Rowena Banes, met with their counterparts at DLSL. Benchmarking was the main purpose of their trip and this was successfully fulfilled by both the IS and College Guidance Offices, led by the Heads, Loreto Berana and Olive Diokno, respectively. A campus tour and trip within the city of Lipa capped their visit.

Despite their hectic schedule, administrators and faculty members of DLSASMC, led by their President, Dr. Genesa Paragados, made it to DLSL. It was a first visit for the majority of the group and they gladly obliged for a campus tour and a quick trip at the La Salle Brothers' Novitiate just before the sun set and darkness enveloped the campus. The visit would not have been complete without tasting Lipa City's popular delicacy - 'lomi.'






JCI Lipa Grants Scholarship to a Lasallian
Another Lasallian of De La Salle Lipa was given a scholarship grant through the Junior Chamber International (JCI) Lipa's Scholarship Program - "Magandang Edukasyon Handog Namin Sa Kinabukasan Mo."

Daniela Yveth C. Gube, recipient of the endowment, is an incoming Grade 8 student at DLSL and the sixth grantee of JCI Lipas scholarship program.

DLSL representatives Presidential Management Director Arnold Capuloy, Alumni Linkages and Advancement Officer Israel Tan, and Public Relations Officer Catherine Perez, attended the turn-over ceremony on April 8, 2014 in Lipa City.

This program was made possible through the efforts of the JCI Lipa officials, LO President Melvin Dimaculangan, Scholarship Program Chairperson Evangeline Garcia, and Co-Chairperson Aysa Manalo, and other group members who continue to champion education for the young ones.


/photo courtesy of JCI Lipa

Administrative Appointments for School Year 2014-2015
Vice Chancellor for Academics and ResearchAlicia Botardo, Ph. D.
Vice Chancellor for AdministrationMs. Jhyn Concordia
Vice Chancellor for MissionMs. Violeta Ramirez
 
President's Office 
Director, Presidential Management OfficeMr. Arnold Capuloy
Director, Linkages and International Relations DirectorateMr. Arnold Capuloy (concurrent)
Director, Finance Directorate

Ms. Jhyn Concordia
(concurrent until May 14, 2014)

Manager, Financial Resource DepartmentMs. Portia Araque
Manager, Marketing and Communications DepartmentMs. Ma. Lourdes Malaluan
Supervisor, TreasuryMs. Luz Magpantay
Supervisor, PayrollMs. Nilda Bernarda Casas
Officer, Institutional Planning OfficeMs. Dfezie Tipan
Officer, Development and Alumni Linkages OfficeMr. Israel Tan (concurrent)
Officer, Advancement OfficeMr. Israel Tan
Officer, Marketing and Promotions Office Ms. Donabel Orcena
Officer, Public Relations OfficeMs. Catherine Perez
Officer, Publications OfficeMr. Noel Pascual
Officer, Compliance OfficeMs. Girlie Navarro
 
Vice Chancellor for Administration 
Director, ServicesEngr. Isidro S. Frio
Manager, General ServicesMr. Florentino D. Magsino, Jr.
Manager, ICTCEngr. Imelda R. Martin
(concurrent until May 31, 2014)
Manager, HRDMs. Maria Cecilia B. Quigley
Manager, CPDMs. Remian T. Santos
Supervisor, GSDEngr. Marino S. Tagapulot
Supervisor, HRDMs. Maria Sheila G. Alvarez
Supervisor, IPMSMs. Elvira L. Mendoza
 
Vice Chancellor for Mission 
Director, Lasallian MinistriesMs. Violeta Ramirez (concurrent)
Director, Sports and Culture OfficeMs. Emily Babasa
Director, Student Service OfficeDr. Erickson Martinez
Manager, Community Involvement OfficeMs. Judith Alcaraz
Manager, LAMP OfficeMr. Henson Ola
Manager, Institutional Lasallian Family OfficeMr. Ricardo Merano III
Head, College Guidance OfficeMs. Maria Theresa Medina
Head, IS Guidance OfficeMr. Loreto Berana Jr.
Head, College Student Activities OfficeMr. Protacio Mea
Head, IS Student Activities OfficeMs. Jocelyn Rosos
Head, College Discipline OfficeMr. Michael Kasilag
Supervisor, College Athletics OfficeMr. Ryan Paul Puertollano
Supervisor, IS Athletics OfficeMr. Renan Lumbera
 
Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research 
Director, Academic ServicesMr. Ruben Rubis
RegistrarMr. Ruben Rubis (concurrent)
Assistant Registrar, CollegeMs. Romana Levinia Silva
Assistant Registrar, Integrated SchoolMs. Fe Rezaba
Chief LibrarianMs. Lilian Rabino
Head, College LibraryMs. Chona Chavez
Head, Integrated School LibraryMs. Emelita Sagbang
Head, Technical LibraryMr. Noel Savadera
Manager, Admissions OfficeMr. Randolph Renegado
Director, Office of Research and PublicationsMs. Gina Dimaano
College PAASCU CoordinatorDr. Maria Theresa Mangulabnan
 
College of Education, Arts and Sciences 
DeanMs. Tessie Palma
Department Chair, CommunicationMs. Cherie Glo Cabungcal
Department Chair, Multimedia ArtsMs. Lorna Achico
Department Chair, MathematicsMs. Iezyl Torino
Department Chair, PsychologyBr. Hans Stephen Moran FSC, Ph.D.
Department Chair, EducationDr. Maria Theresa Kalaw
Department Chair, BiologyMs. Ma. Christina Francesca Dimaculangan
Area Chair, English LanguageMr. Roy Dalisay
Area Chair, Literature, Filipino, and Art AppreciationMs. Mary Ann Illana
Area Chair, Social SciencesMr. Hermogenes Panganiban
Area Chair, SciencesMs. Marisol Laguardia
Area Chair, MathematicsMs. Iezyl Torino
Area Chair, NSTPMs. Bernadette Dimaculangan
Area Chair, Religious Studies and PhilosophyDr. Maria Theresa Mangulabnan
Area Chair, Physical EducationMs. Ruby Cubilla
  
College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management 
DeanMs. Joy Zapata
Department Chair, Hotel & Restaurant ManagementMs. Evangeline Necio
Department Chair, TourismMs. Andrenelyn Varona
Department Chair, LICAChef Shirley De Jesus
Hotel Manager, Chez RafaelMs. Geness Aclan
Hotel Supervisor, Chez RafaelMs. Jovita Morada
  
College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management 
DeanMs. Lani Garachico
Department Chair, Business AdministrationMs. Nerissa Lucasia
Department Chair, Accountancy and Accounting TechnologyMs. Renillyn Falceso
Departmant Chair, Entrepreneurship and Management TechnologyDr. Edgar Allan Castro
Department Chair, Legal ManagementAtty. Ramel Muria
  
College of Information Technology and Engineering 
DeanEngr. Imelda Martin (until May 31, 2014)
Department Chair, Electronics and Communications EngineeringEngr. Robert De Luna
Department Chair, Electrical EngineeringEngr. Joselito Roxas
Department Chair, Computer EngineeringEngr. Agnes Perez
Department Chair, Industrial EngineeringEngr. May Macatangay
Department Chair, Computer ScienceMr. Mark De Vera
Department Chair, Information TechnologyMr. Dennis Malasmas
Department Chair, Information SystemsMr. Rodante Chavez
  
College of Nursing 
DeanDr. Alicia Barte
Chair, Levels 1 & 4Dr. Ma. Lourdes Baaga
Chair, Levels 2 & 3Mr. Ronnie Amazona
  
College of Law 
DeanAtty. Emerito Enginco
  
Integrated School 
PrincipalMs. Mayolisa Mantuano
Assistant Principal, High SchoolMs. Maria Angelica Samonte
Assistant Principal, Grade SchoolMs. Eugenia Vergara
IS PAASCU CoordinatorMr. Morris Lingao
Coordinator, Senior High SchoolMr. Rene Villanueva
Coordinator, St. Br. Jaime Hilario Learning CommunityMr. Fred Amul
  
High School Curriculum Coordinators 
EnglishMs. Violeta Remo
ScienceMr. Jovito Orozco
MathMs. Edith Mendoza
Social StudiesMs. Marineth Rosales
Christian LivingMs. Raul Paras
ComputerMs. Minerva Fanoga
TLEMs. Jonas Lara
PEHMMs. Imelda Mendoza
FilipinoMs. Everlinda Aleta
  
Grade School Curriculum Coordinators 
English Ms. Noralyn Balhon
ScienceMs. Agripina Pangan
MathMr. Dennis Dimaala
Social StudiesMs. Rose Cornejo
Christian LivingMs. Edna Yanga
ComputerMs. Minerva Fanoga
HELEMr. Jonas Lara
MAPEHMr. Joseph Vallejo
FilipinoMs. Rizza Limbo
PreschoolMs. Marilyn Camitan
  
Moderators 
Preschool to Grade 3Ms. Lerma Castro
Grades 4-6Ms. Rowena Martija
Grade 7Ms. Lani Gutierrez
Grade 8Mr. Noriel Navita
Grade 9Mr. Alvin Petalio
Grade 10Mr. Glenford Prospero

The 26th Commencement Exercises
As they seize their special moment, 1,302 graduates of Batch 2014 held their heads up high and accepted their hard-earned diploma on April 2, 2014 at the SENTRUM.

The venue was packed with parents and relatives who were trying hard to control their emotions as they see before their eyes the fulfillment of their dream.

The 26th Commencement Exercises - staged in two sessions - the morning session, which was composed of the College of Information Technology and Engineering, College of Nursing, and the College of Education, Arts and Sciences; while the afternoon session included the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management, College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management, and the College of Law.

DLSL alumni Mario Mamon, Chairman and President of Enchanted Kingdom, Inc. and Hon. Jose Catral Mendoza, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the Philippines, were the guest speakers in the morning and afternoon session, respectively.

Rizaldy Luisto, Jr. and Nathaniel Olan were the recipients of the President's Award, while Henry Lat received the St. John Baptist De La Salle Award. Below is the list of honors and awards.

Graduate Program
Master in Management Technology

Silver Medal
Garcia, Claire Jellyn Carable

 
College

Magna Cum Laude
Ibayan, Mark Zerna
De Sagun, Mary Jane Garces
Lat, Henry Arano
Castillo, Kristian Rei Dimaunahan
Topacio, Dency Tenoso
Mantuano, Arvin Jay Mendoza
Mendoza, Chelsea Ritz Reyes
De Castro, Jessyl Defeo
Del Rio, Maria Rizabel Enriquez
De Roxas, Aries Ilagan
Bosita, Ida Clarize Nodado
Umali, Monzour Buendia

 
Cum Laude
Mendoza, Eden Loraine Tiaga
Navarro, Sarah Viceral
Cabral,Krissel Benalie Austria
De Castro, Vinafie Aguilera
Llarena, Ricky Enriquez
Custodio, Donalie Dimaculangan
Tagle, Julie Anne Tagalog
Roxas, Mylene Asilo
Patajo, Melissa Ecal
Bautista, Tricia Mae Sanchez
Lacorte, Charlene Olan
Landicho, Monette Subol
Cuenca, Carmiela Eseo
Virrey, Fatima May Alcazar
Mercado, Mark Anthony Masacayan
Baylon, Mary Lourdes Cabrera
Lara, Jan May Suarez
Magsino, Mary Llyresa Mayor
Abobot, Maria Carla Tagle
Catapang, Kamyr Abrenica
Cepillo, Gioia Ilagan
Mendoza, Maria Concepcion De Jesus
Mendoza, Cherry Lalim
Mariano, Katherine Kay Advincula
Kalalo, Rhonalyn Vila
Cuya, Don Carlo Bravo Bautista
Bernabe, Avon Lucky Pascual
Macahia, Desiree Anne Maranan
Luistro, Rizaldy Jr. Virenio
Nazareth, Chelsey Ann Dimaano
Saberola, Jeselle Jarmin
Sarmiento, Flordeliza Cuyos
Virrey, AndresJr. Vergara
Sumague, Jenah Eunice Mercado
Abril, Rosemarie Pagsuyuin
Austria, Mark Gerard Cabillo
Carrable, Kriselle Ann Dimaculangan
Goleta, Dixie anne Marcos
Suarez, Jon Adrian Macalalad
Epolong, Joan Casey Katigbak
Mendoza, Maria Kimberly Fetalvero
Cillion, Carmina Ignacio

 

Academic Distinction Award
Claveria, Mary Jane Alib
Manguiat, Christine Llanes
Malabanan, Kim Kristianne Balbuena
Villegas, Donabel Mercado
Titular, Lealyn Pesa
Paalala,James Wilnard Balboa
Magnaye, Maria Arvina Reyes
Apresto, Nicole Laygo
Corachea, Allen Joy Mondelo
Rosario, Julie Rosales
Kennan, Carolain Caida
Castillo, Roman George Pascual
Marcelo, Kathleen Bosita
Catanyag, Camille Malalauan
Ambos, Princess Maala
De La Pea, Karen Mae Cuevas
Montalbo, JessieRose Linatoc
Balita, Karla Kathrina Dimaano
Gonzales, Jefferson Solangon
Masajon, Kristian Derick Calingasan
Sauz, Roven Olin Elli
Gonzales, Cora Marie Relacion
Carandang, Allyssa Tolentino
Receno, Criselle Latag
Aveno, Thadeus Ahmmer Mercado
Coronel, Kaye-C Pantas
Rosales, Aprilyn Balat
Lunar, Camille Lunar
Umali, Kristine Makalintal
Maldonado, September Irish Leyesa
Deveza, Julia Kristia Atienza
Cabungcal, Bernadeth Gonzales
Fajutagana, Ariane Lei Sigue
Magtibay, Christian Rey Lagasca
Chua, Frances, Kristie Cantos
Litan, Jyll Kizel Endozo
Umali, Ivan Karlo Mercado
Aloya, Charrise Mae Malapitan
Olan, Nataniel Coballes
Baldomeza, Maria Carmela Hernandez
Billedo, Jonalyn Payawal
Catanyag, Kristine May Mapa
Pamplona, Kristine Awatin
Pamplona, Emylene Mutya Borja
Magtaas, Ian Christopher Piad
Rosario,Gladys Aranez
Sotto, Jeffan Sta. Cruz
Torres, Rocelle Jellyn Dimalibot
Nitro, Feiciel Eunice Macatangay
Laqui, Angelica Casin
Tuquis, Veronica Kaye Rosita
Medalla, Klen Marie Mista
Galo, Ina Austria Tolentino
Escobar, Sharmaine Delos Reyes
Chavez, Errol Mendoza
Bagioen, Jundelle Marie Sayas
Castillo, Maria Raquel Elizabeth Andal
Mendoza, Nicole Lea Macala
Ramos, Kathleen Joy Satin
Gutierrez, Daniella Benedian
Sandoval, Michelle Andal
Rocamora, Lalaine Lago
Gutierrez, Carlo Matulac
Dela Cruz, Annah Dominique Masicat
Silva, Jade Umali
Magsino, Jenneth Pasumbal
Landoy Joycee De La Cruz
Matira Kathleen Joy Celemin
 Cabalo, Procerfina Caibigan
Reyes, Jossel Joyce Magpantay
Blay, Jose Angelo Aranas
Tipan, Jorela Marie Frias
Palomillo, Jeannine Ballesteros
Malata, Mary Joy Mendoza
Bolor, Dario Nieva
Aguilera, Gladys Unatalan
Mamiit, Kachel De Ocampo
Santiago, May Anne Ilagan
Dia, Sarah Jane Haplos
Delos Reyes, Sarah Jane Garcia
Wergas, Joyce Pagcaliwagan
Ferrer, John Paulo Usison
Comia, Kiersten Lara Zarate
Torres, Jennifer Mago
Llarina, Anika Iana Osena
 

St. Br. Mutien Marie Award
Briones, Rosemarie
Recinto, Gerald Malayba

Leadership Award
Luistro, Rizaldy Jr. Virenio
Olan, Nataniel Coballes

 
Br. Hugh Damien Award
Lat, Henry Arano
Olan, Nataniel Coballes
 

St. Br. Miguel Award
Luistro, Rizaldy Jr. Virenio
 

Br. Henry Virgil Award
Team Sports Category
Mabini, Erika Meyrell Aquino

 
Br. Henry Virgil Award
Individual Sports Category
Abdon, Lou Denniel Mendoza

Blessed Br. Solomon Award
Enrico, Rachelle Vergara

Br. Hugh Wester Award
Atienza, Paul Leewel Lupac
 
St. Benilde Award
Umali, Ivan Karlo Mercado

 
Loyalty Award
Adajar, Erson Joseph L.
Amparo, Oliver P.
Aranas, Grey Immanuel F.
Areta, Mac Angelo P.
Asio, Patrick NickoL.
Aspa, Aldrin Renz M.
Bautista, Kevin Michael F.
Bautista Tricia Mae S.
Bleza, Arielle Zarah Denise D.
Bolaos, Christian Zymon R.
Bonito, Elsie Nina M.
Castro, Michael Angelo F.
Cueto, Carol Nicole C.
Datinguinoo, Gerard D.
Diaz, Miguel D.
Dimaano, Davidson D.
Dimaano, Mara Angelica E.
Dimaculangan, John Keenan M.
Dimaunahan, Jenica Moira S.
Dy, Christine Gael C.
Guevarra, Erika Lauren M.
Hinayon, Prince Brylle D.
Kitamura, Raphael-Makoto C.
Landicho, Joshua G.
Mndoza, Maria Concepcion D.
Mission, Jennica Jin B.
Mutia, Jan Pietre G.
Paltado, Kharene Khay A.
Pesigan, Mary Viviene L.
Ramirez, Leonard Joseph D.
Ramos, Maria Gianelli P.
Ranalan, Dyanara A.
Resurereccion, Reginald Mark E.
Reyes, Jowee Anne P.
Reyes, Veronica P.
Rosales, Louie V.
Salud, Ria Averee R.
Sandoval, Jan Mieco M.
Sison, Hyacinth M.
Vitalis, Marvi Anne Joyce M.
Zara, Christine Jasmin C.


DOST Recognizes DLSL Math Wizards
Another milestone has been proven by the Grade School Mathematics Department. The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) Region IV-A awarded last March 14, 2014 selected students in the region who won in International Competitions for this school year.  De La Salle Lipas Gerald Pagcaliwagan (Grade 3), Angelo Vince Perez (Grade 5), and Vincent Angelo Suarez (Grade 7) were recognized and hailed as this years recipients of the DOST Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics.

The Department of Science and Technology through the Science Education Institute has institutionalized a recognition system called Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics (YES). This is being implemented yearly to further motivate and inspire the youth to strive for excellence in the fields of Science and Mathematics. Indeed, this is one of the many proofs that truly great beginnings start here at De La Salle Lipa.






Meet DLSLs Newest Batch of ECE Licensure Exam Passers
After the Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Examination held in March 2014 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Lucena, 907 out of 2,574 made it according to the Professional Regulation Commission.

The De La Salle Lipa community presents the list of its passers.

1. ENGR. GERARD KARLO CUNANAN ANCHETA
2. ENGR. RODELEEN CAMPOS BAUTISTA
3. ENGR. JUN ERA CABEZUDO
4. ENGR. MARIA NANETH CHLOE BULOSAN CASTRO
5. ENGR. GIANNINA FLORES DIMACULANGAN
6. ENGR. DANIELA ERIKA BEREDO INANDAN
7. ENGR. MARK ARIES JAYLO MARQUEZ
8. ENGR. KWENEELADY TUMBAGA MAYO
9. ENGR. RINO MANSET MIGO
10. ENGR. RICHARD BENJAMIN DE CLARO NAGUIT
11. ENGR. LESTER GALVIN BALAHADIA NAVALUNA
12. ENGR. KAREN JOYCE MOJADO RODRIGUEZ






Academic Services






ACCOUNTING INSTRUCTOR

Qualification Standards                                                                              
-     BS Accountancy graduate
-     Must be a Certified Public Accountant
-     Preferably with teaching experience and with relevant graduate studies


CIHTM Proves It Pays To Pay It Forward
After successfully holding the annual back to back events of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM), specifically, the Tourismfest and Batangas Food and Beverage Exposition (BAFBEX) held September 11 and 25, respectively, the said college never forgets to share their proceeds with Herencia De La Salle - one of the scholarship programs of DLSL.

This year's combined amount of the two events reached PHP 100,000.00. A mock check was handed by the college's representatives during the simple turn-over rites on November 13 at the Yellow Room, Sen. Jose Diokno Hall.

Present at the event were DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC; VCAR Dr. Alicia Botardo; CIHTM Dean Joy Zapata; PMO Dir. Arnold Capuloy; CIHTM Area Chairs, Andrenalyn Varona and Evangeline Necio; LICA Head Chef Shirley De Jesus; faculty members Joreen Rocamora and Jocelyn Dimayuga; and the student representatives.       

This act of kindness speaks of the character of the people behind the said events who always give back to the school, not only to create more opportunities, but as well as to sustain the educational benefits of the grantees. It is no surprise that each of their undertaking succeeds, because it pays to pay it forward!  












Aguba is HNM's guest editor for three issues
Roy Aguba, a faculty member of College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) served as guest editor of the three issues of Hospitality News Magazines (HNM) Philippines.
Aguba shared in three installments the results of his paper on employment issues in the industry like job mismatch and hiring practices.

In the August 2013 issue, Aguba discussed the Top 10 people and personal skills deluxe hotels look for accepting entry-level positions. People skills include: skill in communication, capability to harmoniously relate to guests, exceptional ability to work and cooperate in a team, demonstration of good employee relations, ability to do professional analysis, and capability to handle difficult people. People skills are professionalism and ability to do hands-on tasks.

In the second installment of his research series, Aguba revealed the gaps in skills among hospitality operations, people and personal skills.

Titled Eliminating the Gap: a Re-engineering Guide, the last part of the article offered solutions in order to bridge the school-industry gap. Focused on re-engineering the curricula, the article offered program interventions on improving hospitality skills centered around the following guiding principles: enhance specific skills sets relating to people, create measurable training plan and modules, offer as many options for learning as possible, provide a stimulator on training site, and employ competitive instructors and facilitators in response to the needs of the learners.

The three-part research series written by Roy Aguba was his MA thesis and was also presented during the conference sponsored by the Lasallian Association of Tourism and Hospitality Educators (LATHE) held at DLSU Dasmarinas on May 31-June 2013


ACCOMPLISHMENTS OF STUDENTS


       
Karl Andrei Flores, Grade 6- BB 306 and Angelo
Vince Perez, Grade 5- BB 211 won First Place and Second Place respectively in
the 2013 Math and Science Olympiad (District Level) held last August 14 at
PVMMS, Lipa City. 



      
Daphne Angelique Ng of G6- BB 306 emerged as
CHAMPION in the 34th National Math Super Quiz Bee Division Level out
of 78 private and public schools held last September 27, 2013 at PVMMS



        
Raymond C. Mayo of Grade 10 of LS205 emerged as
the Division Champion of the 34th National Science Quiz Bee held last
September 27, 2013 at Lipa City Division Office VSR Conference Hall.



 



       
John Anthony C. Kho, John Macneil A. Mendoza,
Gene Carlos L. Perez and Iris D. Ditan, of Grade 10 LS205 won 2nd
place out of 23 schools who joined the contest in the 13th Chem
Collision at the Batangas State University Amphitheater, CEAFAC Building
last September 27, 2013.





       
The Grade School Science Varsity who competed in
the Science Quest District Level held at Padre Valerio
Malabanan Memorial
School last Sept. 30.



Science Quiz Bee



Grade 3 Daniel Matthew Dalangin 2nd place



Grade 4 Paolo 
Miguel Torres 1st place



Grade 5 Angelo Vince Perez 2nd place



Grade 6 Karl Andrei Flores 3rd place





Science Impromptu



Lila Andrea Vien Hernandez 1st place





Techo Quiz



Franz Pietro Santiago 3rd place





Essay Writing (English) 3rd place



Rene Sandoval 3rd place





       
BULIK was adjudged the 2nd Best
School Paper, Best Opinion Page, Best Photo Essay in the 7th
CALABARZON Mass Communication Convention 2013 last October 2, 2013 at the
Freedom H all, SHL Bldg., Lyceum of the Philippines, Batangas



 

       
Science - Quest Division Level last October
4 



               Grade 3 Quiz Bee - Daniel
Matthew Dalangin - 1st place                



                 Grade 5 Quiz Bee - Vince
Angelo Perez - 1st place                                         



                 Sci-Speech Impromptu - Lila Vien
Andrea Hernandez - 2nd place                             



        
Zachary Nazarene Bisenio and Anton Leron won 2nd in
the Extemporaneous Speech and Spelling Contest respectively  in the 2013 Batangas Inter-High School Academic, Skills and
Cultural Competitions held last October 5 at Lyceum of the Philippines
University, Batangas City




Academic Scholarship Programs
A. ENTRANT ACADEMIC SCHOLARS
DLSL Integrated School Grade 6   top three students are automatically given academic scholarships in   Grade 7 of the High School with the following respective tuition and   fees discount: 100% for first in rank; 75% for second in rank; and 50%   for third in rank. DLSL High School Grade 10 valedictorian,   salutatorian, and first honorable mention are automatically given   academic scholarship grants in the College with the following tuition   and fees discount: 100% for valedictorian; 75% for the salutatorian; and   50% for the first honorable mention. Those who ranked 4th to 10th   honors are given 50% discount on tuition fee only.

B. CONSISTENT ACADEMIC SCHOLARSHIP
DLSL   Integrated School students from Grade 7 to Grade 9 who ranked first,   second and third in the final average grade in each Grade shall be given   100%, 75%, and 50% tuition fee discount, respectively in the next   school year. DLSL College students from 1st year to 3rd year (for 4 year   degree program) and from 1st year to 4th year (for 5-year degree   program) who ranked first, second and third in the final average grade   in each year level are also recipients of the consistent academic   scholarship grants incentives. They shall be given 100%, 75%, and 50%   tuition fee discount, respectively in the succeeding semester.

C. EXPANDED SCHOLARSHIP GRANTS PROGRAM
This   scholarship grants program aims to increase the number of academic   scholars from high performing feeder schools by providing tuition and   fees incentives to top 3 graduating students in the Elementary School   and top 10 graduating students in the High School.

Qualifications:
  • For   High School applicant - a graduating Grade 6 student who belongs to the   top three of the graduating batch at the time of application.
  • For   College applicant - a graduating high school student who belongs to the   top ten of the graduating batch at the time of application.
  • Satisfied the cut-off scores for its respective academic ranking.
    • Valedictorian shall have scored at least stanine 7 in all areas in the admissions test.
    • Salutatorian shall have scored at least stanine 6 in all areas in the admissions test.
    • 3rd Honors to 10th Honors shall have scored at least stanine 5 in all areas in the admissions test.

Scholarship Grants
The grantees are entitled to the following tuition and other fees discounts when all the requirements are met:
  • Valedictorian  - 100% discount on tuition and fees
  • Salutatorian  - 75% discount on tuition and fees
  • First Honorable Mention or Third Honors  50% discount on tuition and fee
  • 4th to 10th Honors  50% discount on tuition fee only (only applicable to incoming college freshmen)
In   instances when the valedictorian scored lower than the required cut-off   score, but met the cut-off score for salutatorian, s/he shall be   entitled to the discount benefit of that of the salutatorian. Should the   salutatorian scored lower than the required cut-off, but met the   cut-off score for 3rd honor, s/he shall be entitled to the discount   benefit of that of the 3rd honor.

Documentary Requirements:
  • Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form
  • Certified true copy of report card
  • Certificate of Current Academic Ranking

Application Period:
September 16, 2013-March 28, 2014 (College Applicants)
September 16, 2013-February 21, 2014 (High School Applicants)

Result of Scholarship Application:                                      
The   LAMP Office will send the Pre Qualification Notice to Academic   Scholarship applicants who satisfied the stanine ranking requirement via   email. Also, the list of pre-qualifiers will be posted in the LAMP   Offices bulletin board.


D. STAR SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
This   scholarship grant is given to top 10 entrance examinees, regardless of   academic ranking. They are entitled to 100% discount on tuition and  fees.

Qualifications:
Top 10 entrance examinees who took the Admissions Test from August 2013 to March 2014 regardless of academic ranking. The Institutional Admissions Office will determine the list of top 10 entrance examinees.
Note: Statistical ranking will be used.

Scholarship Grants
100% discount on tuition and fees.

Result of Scholarship Application:                                      
The LAMP Office will send the notice of grant to qualified grantees. Also, the list of successful grantees will be posted in the LAMP Offices bulletin board.






Announcement to Unofficially Enrolled Students & Faculty Members






 


Attention: UNOFFICIALLY ENROLLED STUDENTS


 


You are not allowed to attend classes if you are not yet officially enrolled. You are required however to proceed to the Accounting Office for the payment of fees.


 


If you had already paid your tuition but your names are still not included in the Class List of your teachers, you are requested to visit Ms. Luz Magpantay at the Accounting office to present your Official Receipt or Deposit Slip for confirmation.


 


Note: Posting of payments of students who paid in the banks outside of DLSL will be done three (3) working days after the date of payment.


 


For strict compliance, please be guided accordingly. Thank you.


 


 


Attention:  FACULTY MEMBERS


 


Students who are not included in your Class List should not be allowed to attend your classes. However, you may allow students to attend your class if those students had already paid their tuition but their names are still not included in your Class List. You should advise those students to visit Ms. Luz Magpantay at the Accounting office to present their Official Receipt or Deposit Slip for confirmation.


 


Please be informed that posting of payments of students who paid in the banks outside of DLSL will be done three (3) working days after the date of payment.


 


Please check your Class Lists from time to time until all the adjustments had been made.


 


Thank you.


 


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Announcement To Students

 


All accounts of students will be activated on October 20, 2013 at 6:00pm for online viewing of grades. The system will block the access of the students to grades if they still have accountabilities from the different offices. Printed copies will be issued in the designated laboratories within the DLSL campus upon presentation of Official School ID. Parents or representatives may claim the copy grades upon presentation of their valid ID, student's photocopy of Official School ID and authorization letter.


 


Students who were not able to pre-enroll may access the student portal at url http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/ starting 6:00pm of October 21 until October 23, 2013 to encode the subjects that they need to enroll for the 2nd semester of AY 2013-2014.


 


All accounts of students will be activated starting 6:00pm of October 21 until October 23, 2013 so that students with failures may do the necessary adjustment on the subjects that they need to enroll.


 


 


Another DLSL Law Prof Now a Judge
And the illustrious list goes on. Prof. Pamela T. Chavez Izon is now the Presiding Judge of the Municipal Trial Court in Cities, Branch 2, Batangas City. Immediately before her appointment to the judiciary, Judge Izon was a Prosecutor (Department of Justice) at the Office of the City Prosecutor, Hall of Justice, Lipa City. She obtained her law degree from San Beda College of Law, Manila and her pre law degree at the University of the Philippines Los Banos. Judge Izon teaches Sales.

CONGRATULATIONS, YOUR HONOR!


AB Multimedia Arts

The Course

The AB MMA is a degree program that combines core skills such as communications, programming, and graphic design with evolving areas such as digital media and the internet. It offers an inter-disciplinary approach which integrates key knowledge, competencies and skills in the humanities with computing, management and communication sciences.





















Helping Your Child to Develop A Sense of Responsibility
A sense of responsibility is an important attitude that parents must be able to teach their children. A sense of responsibility enables one to take justifiable pride in achievements and accept the reality of failures.

Developing responsibility means becoming trustworthy or accountable for ones actions. Encouraging your child to become responsible should start at an early age. It will take a lot of work and patience on your part, but it will be worth every minute of effort, both for you and for your developing child. Here are some ways to teach responsibility to your children:
  • Establish rules and appropriate consequences. Help your child understand that rules are to be followed and that there will be consequences if they are not. This will encourage her to become responsible for her actions.
  • Help your child develop concern for others. Teach your child to share and to think of others feelings. Caring for pets and other living creatures is a good way to help kids develop empathy. Insist that he/she treat others in a kindly and mannerly fashion.
  • Give your child chores. From an early age, kids are capable of putting away their toys and helping with simple tasks. Completing chores will give your child a feeling of accomplishment and self-sufficiency. It will also make him/her feel like a member of the home team!
  • Allow your child to make choices. This should be done in an age-appropriate way. For example, small children can choose a bedtime story, or make a choice from a selection of breakfast cereals.
  • Whenever possible, act as advisor, not as director, in your child life. Give your child increasing chances to make him/her own decisions while still under your roof. As a result, the world will seem a lot less threatening later on. And he/she will know how to exercise good judgment if he/she has lots of practice in this area.
  • Continue to establish rules and follow through with consequences. Rules are not just for little kids. In fact, as your child heads toward the teen years, structure may become even more important. If kids become accustomed to following rules, they will be equipped to establish structure in both their internal and external worlds once they leave home.
  • Encourage your child to manage money. Developing a good work ethic and learning to manage money is key to becoming a responsible adult. Give him/her opportunities to save money while he/she is still young. Teach her to save a portion of her allowance.
  • Help your child understand the importance of giving to others. Encourage your child to participate in community service or volunteer work. Insist that he/she reach out to friends and family in need. Becoming a responsible person means looking out for others as well as oneself.

Without one final element, your childs house of responsibility will crumble: You must model responsibility yourself. In fact, your own actions will have more of an impact on his/her development than anything else. The task of helping him/her to become a responsible person may seem daunting. But its doable, one building block at a time.
 
  
By Maud Purcell, LCSW, CEAP


Activities for September
1-30    Orientation and Processing of DLSU, DLS- CSB, UST and MAPUA Application forms and Other Colleges and Universities
11 13     Grade 4 CFIT Administration
17 20     Grade 7 CFIT Administration (Day and Night)
24 27     Grade 9 CFIT Administration (Day and Night)

Activities for October
5               De La Salle- CSB Entrance Test
17 & 24     Grade 9 Exposure Trip
18             CSAT Administration
19             DLSU- Manila Entrance Test



PAIR Confab tackles plagiarism
A three-day conference on plagiarism and predatory journals and training on academic publishing sponsored by Philippine Association of Institutions for Research (PAIR) was attended by Joe Macatangay, DLSL Research and Publications Officer and Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, faculty member of CBEAM. The conference was held at N-Hotel Kauswagan Highway, Cagayan de Oro City.

With the theme "Plagiarism and Academic Publishing Towards Greater Accountability for Quality of Scientific Publications," each day of the conference focused on topics such as: Academic Plagiarism, Academic Publishing and Journal Management.

The event was graced by the presence of Dr. Roberto Padua, Vice Chair, Technical Working Group of CHED Journal Accreditation Service and Dr. Isagani Cruz, president of Manila Times College who gave the keynote address and plenary respectively.

Lectures, workshops and presentations of multidisciplinary research were also featured during the conference which was attended by around 150 participants mostly faculty researchers from different schools and universities in the Philippines.

In the video conference, Dr. Padua stressed that professionalism, intellectual honesty and a real sense of commitment are the hallmarks of true scholars thats why a solution is to be found for predatory publishing.

"Any thought or version of Shakespeares "To be or not to be" is plagiarism," said Dr. Cruz.

According to Dr. Genaro Japos, IAMURE president, plagiarism is easy to define if the school would use a software that will detect any attempt to copy the work of others.




DLSL-led team, Asean tourney winner
After emerging as champion in Palarong Pambansa 2013 held April 21-27 in Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, the volleyball boys secondary team of De La Salle Lipa that represented the Calabarzon region, were sent to Vietnam to participate in the 5th Asean Schools Game (ASG).

As a first time participant in the volleyball boys event, the team placed second runner-up. This years champions were the Indonesians who were composed of six footer players. Thais placed first runner-up led by their seven footer player.

The Indonesian coach was amazed with the DLSL players tenacity despite the lack in height. The players managed to earn the trust and respect of the winning Asian coaches.

The Philippine boys volleyball team members from DLSL were Reneil Roxas, Derick Delizo, Lawrence Magadia, Jerard De Castro, Levin Dimayuga, Kit Canobas and Joshua Diaz. Selected players from other provinces were Mark Petancia and Ulyross Lopez from Cebu; from Batangas Province, Nikko Ortega; players from Cavite were John Rivera and Jopet Movido; and winning coaches were Rosel Sumcad and Peter Perez.

Vietnam, the host country for this years tournament landed on top of the rankings with a total of 100 medals (50 gold - 27 silver - 23 bronze), followed by Malaysia 85 (25-30-30), Thailand 88 (24-31-33), Indonesia 72 (18-27-27), Singapore 28 (8-5-15), Laos 8 (0-3-5), Brunei 10 (0-2-8), and Philippines 3 (0-0-3).

Despite the countrys standing, Filipinos are optimistic that the next ASG will favor them since it shall be hosted by the Philippines in December 2014.




Amare et Servire for former AB Comm Chair
June 30, 2013 marked another milestone for the AB Communication Department as its faculty and co-workers from the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences witnessed the Investiture Ceremony of its former Chair, Eldrick S. Pea at the Holy Apostles Senior Seminary in Guadalupe, Makati City.

In a two-hour solemn concelebrated mass attended by families, relatives, and friends, the 3 investees of the batch were offered their habit, signifying their completion of the first year in the seminary. A family day followed where guests were treated with sumptuous lunch, parlor games, and special numbers from the seminarians. Later in the day, the entire seminary was opened for public visits.

Pea, who is now known as Brother Eldrick, left DLSL in 2012 to enter his late vocation of priesthood. He is an alumnus of the Integrated School and worked in the institution for 14 years, serving as faculty and Chair of the former Languages and Literature Area and later as the Chair of the Communication and Multimedia Arts Department. Now on his 2nd year, Brother Eldrick will spend 5 more years to complete his studies.

Br. Joaquin Martinez, FCS, D.Min. led the DLSL well-wishers along with Cherie Glo Cabungcal, Ana Resurreccion, Joanne Marie Jumarang, Marianito Dio Jr., Lorna Achico, Maryann Illana, and Fr. Leonido Noni Dolor, former school Chaplain. Maria Angelica Reyes, an AB Comm alumna and TOSP 2011 awardee also attended.



All sections that I intend to enroll are closed. What should I do?
If you are a graduating student and if you really need the subject to be offered as indicated in your curriculum prospectus, you could petition for the opening of tutorial class. Application for tutorial summer class starts on February; April for the 1st semester and September for the 2nd semester. Process for the application for the opening of tutorial classes:
  1. Secure a copy of Application Form for Tutorial Classes from your Academic Adviser
  2. Accomplish the form and enlist all your remaining subjects for the next semesters, it will be the basis for the approval of your request.
  3. Submit the form to your Academic Adviser for evaluation. If found eligible to graduate in any semester or until summer of next school year, your adviser will endorse your application to the OCR
  4. Submit the approved Application for Tutorial Classes signed and endorsed by your adviser to your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at the Office of the College Registrar.
  5. Your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge will issue the Application for Tutorial classes.
  6. Accomplish the form and have it signed and approved by the appropriate administrators/personnel. If you are undergraduate students, you could petition for the offering of a special class. Please visit your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge for further info. You may also choose other subjects with available slots. For subject which requires subject pre-requisite you may only be allowed to enroll if you had already taken and passed the pre-requisite subject. You may visit your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at the office of the College Registrar to process your request for special class and/or tutorial classes.

I was not able to secure copy of my grades during the scheduled issuance, what will I do?
After the online viewing and issuance of grades, you may request for a copy at the Office of the College Registrar Windows 6 & 7. You will be required to pay for the copy of your grades at the accounting office before a request could be issued.

Accounting Staff
- BS Accountancy graduate
- must be a Certified Public Accountant
- Preferably with at least two (2) years work related experience

Admissions Officer
- BSBA Marketing Management, AB Communication graduate or any related Degree Program
- Excellent in oral and written communication skills
- Pleasing personality and can travel a lot

Audio Visual Center

Mr. Edgar Garcia
Audio Visual Librarian

Mr. Cris Torres
Audio Visual Technician

Monday - Friday


7:00am-4:30pm

Tel. No. 756-5555 loc. 260

General Guidelines in the use of AV Resources





  1. Use of all AV resources, (equipment, non-print materials AV Rooms) is on a first come first served basis. Only faculty members  or subject teachers are allowed to borrow AV materials and equipment. Students who wish to use these materials should secure consent from their subject teacher. However, the teacher takes full responsibility of the borrowed AV materials.

  2. A borrower should present and leave his/her ID upon claiming the reserved material or equipment.

  3. Borrowed  materials/equipment, if found damaged, will be the responsibilty of the last borrower. Damaged or lost materials and equipment will be replaced with the same latest edition or model.

  4. Borrowed material or equipment should be returned to the AV Center office after use at the end of the day.






AV Rooms



The use of AV Rooms, materials and equipment is limited to classroom instruction (film showing, powerpoint presentation) and teaching purposes only. However, use of these materials aside from the abovementioned purpose is subject to availability and approval of the LRC head.


The following are some of the academic related activities that may be held in the AVRooms.



  • Quiz bee

  • Departmental meetings

  • Seminar workshop

  • Activities that require use of facilities (dim light, sound system)





For proper care and maintenance of the AV rooms, the following should be observed and followed:


  1. AV rooms must not  be  used by the students  without the presence of their teachers. Students should immediately leave the rooms after their subject period.

  2. Users should always observe proper decorum in using the AV rooms. Silence should be observed. Loitering/littering, eating and vandalizing are prohibited.

  3. Students should not operate any equipment without permission from the AV Center staff.

  4. Users should push back the chair after use.

  5. In case the equipment/material is damaged due to the users negligence, the teacher or student using it is liable.

  6. Bringing any material/equipment and supplies outside the AV room is prohibited.







Reservation Procedures


On Filmshowing/Powerpoint Presentation/Filmslide/Filmstripviewing



  1. Check for the availability of the desired service, on the planned date of use.

  2. Reserve the room two weeks before the scheduled date of activity. One week for pre-reserve and the other week is allotted for confirmation of the posted schedule.

  3. Fill out the reservation form available at the AV Center office and have it noted by the Curriculum Coordinator.

  4. Submit the completed form to the AV Center office and have it approved by the staff at least 3 days before the scheduled date of use.

  5.  The requestor should secure the duplicate copy of the approved request.

  6. The requestor should test the equipment or material before the presentation. If it is a Power Point presentation, the teacher or the student should save it in the PC or laptop a day before the scheduled date.

  7. In case the activity is scheduled during weekends, a letter of permission noted by the Principal should be attached to the reservation form together with the Memorandum of Agreement. Requestor is accountable for any damage or problems occured on the duration of his/her activity.

  8. Unreserved schedule use of AV room is discouraged. Walk in reservation is subject for approval of AV Center personnel and availability of equipment.


 




Overhead Projector installed in the Classroom





  1. Teachers are to log-on in the monitoring sheet attached to the OHP cart every time they use the OHP.


  2. Users should unplug the cords and return the equipment on the cart after use.

  3. If the equipment is not functioning , the AV Center personnel should be informed immediately.

  4. Return the monitoring sheet at the end of the last period in the afternoon at the AV Center office.







On AV Materials





AV materials include VHS tapes, cassette tapes, slides, transparencies, CDs, DVDs, maps, charts, posters and pictures.


To borrow any material for classroom purposes, borrower should have the request approved by AV Center staff. Borrower should present the approved request form upon claiming the reserved material.


Materials that will be used for classroom instructions like VHS tapes, DVD, CD, may be borrowed for previewing at home for a maximum of one week; provided these materials may be borrowed for home viewing only during Friday and to be returend the following Monday.






LCD and Laptop, Lapel and Wireless Personal PA Amplifier (Mi-Pro)


This equipment may be borrowed for the following purposes: IS faculty meeting, departmental meeting and other school related activities usually  a major events held in large venues, such as SENTRUM and gymnasiums. For instructions and teaching purposes, the use is limited to AVRs. Borrowing of these equipment for classroom use is discouraged.


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AB Communication Instructor
Qualification Standards

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Communication graduate with Law background

-     has background in film, media and the law



  




Administration
PRESIDENT'S / CHANCELLOR'S OFFICE
President
Br. Dante Jose Amisola FSC
Special Asst. to  the Pres. for Lasallian InitiativesBr. Leonilo Estrellas Jr. FSC
Director,  Executive OfficesMs.  Dfezie Tipan
Director, Risk  Management, Audit, & Compliance Ms.  Girlie Navarro
OIC, Institutional  Safety, Security, & Emergency ServicesMr.  Michael Kasilag
Head, VocationsBr. Edgar  Esparagoza FSC
Chief Strategy  & Advancement OfficerMr. Arnold Capuloy
Chief Finance Officer
Chief Technology & Innovation Officer
Ms. Jhyn Concordia
Mr. Jose Orlando Lozada
Director,  Strategic Planning Mr.  Florentino Magsino Jr.
Director, Strategic  Communications Ms.  Malou Malaluan
Director, Linkages  and International RelationsMs.  Cecil Quigley
Director,  Finance ResourceMs. Maricel Llamas
Manager, Finance  Resource Ms.  Portia Araque
Manager,  Information Communications and Technology CenterEngr.  Imee Martin
Supervisor, Treasury
Supervisor, Payroll
Ms.  Luz Magpantay
Ms. Nilda Casas
  
  
Vice    Chancellor for AdministrationEngr. Isidro Frio
Director, General  Services Ms. Remian Santos
Director, Human  Resource Dr.  Erickson Martinez
Manager (OIC),  General Services Engr.  Marino Tagapulot
Manager, Central Procurement
Mr. Ferdinand Mercado
Supervisor,  General Services       Engr.  Jose Rey Ticatic
Supervisor,  Inventory and Property Management Section Ms.  Elvira Mendoza
Manager, Human  Resource Dr.  Maria Sheila Alvarez
Supervisor,  Institutional Health ServicesMs.  Maria Theresa Atienza
  
  
Vice    Chancellor for MissionMs. Violeta Ramirez
Director,  Lasallian MissionMs.  Violeta Ramirez (concurrent)
Director, Student Services  Mr.  Amelito Castillo
Director, Sports  and CultureMs.  Emily Babasa
Manager, Community  Involvement  Ms.  Judith Alcaraz
Manager, Lasallian  Assistance Management ProgramMr.  Henson Ola
Manager,  Institutional Lasallian Family Formation   Mr.  Richard Merano III
Head, College  Guidance Mr.  Wilmer Adajar
Head, Integrated  School Guidance Mr.  Loreto Berana Jr.
Head, College  Student Activity  Mr.  Protacio Mea
Head, Integrated  School Student Activity Ms.  Jocelyn Rosos
Head, Discipline Ms.  Concepcion Endozo
Supervisor,  College Athletics   Mr.  Ryan Paul Puertrollano
Supervisor,  Integrated School AthleticsMr. Renan  Lumbera
  
Vice    Chancellor for Academics and Research Dr. Alicia Botardo
Director, Research  and Publications  Mr. Edgar Allan Castro
Director, Academic  Services Mr.  Ruben Rubis
Registrar Mr.  Ruben Rubis (concurrent)
Asst. Registrar,  College  Ms.  Romana Levinia Silva
Asst. Registrar,  Integrated School Ms.  Fe Rezaba
Chief Librarian Ms.  Lilian Rabino
Head, College  Library Ms.  Chona Chavez
Head, Integrated  School Library Ms.  Emelita Sagbang
Head, Technical  LibraryMr.  Noel Savadera
Manager,  AdmissionsMr.  Randolph Renegado
Coordinator, College  PAASCU Ms. Maria Theresa  Mangulabnan
  
  
College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS)
Dean   Ms.  Tessie Palma
Dept. Chair,  EducationMr.  Jose Macatangay
Dept. Chair, CommunicationsMs.  Cherie Glo Cabungcal
Dept. Chair, Multi  Media Arts Ms.  Lorna Achico
Dept. Chair, BiologyMs.  Ma. Christina Francesca Dimaculangan
Dept. Chair, MathematicsDr.  Ivee Guce
Dept. Chair,  Psychology Ms.  Romaine Magboo
Area Chair, English  Language Mr.  Roy Dalisay
Area Chair, Literature,  Filipino & Art Appreciation  Ms.  Aileen Joy Saul
Area Chair, Science  Dr.  Bernardo Lunar
Area Chair, Social  Science Dr.  Hermogenes Panganiban
Area Chair, NSTPMs.  Bernadette Dimaculangan
Area Chair,  Physical EducationMs.  Ruby Cubilla
Area Chair, Religious  Studies, and Philosophy Dr.  Ma. Theresa Mangulabnan
  
  
College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and  Management (CBEAM)
Dean
Department Chair, Real Estate Management
Ms.  Lani Garachico
Atty. Ramel Muria
Dept. Chair,  Accountancy  Ms.  Renillyn Falceso-Mores
Dept. Chair, Accounting  Technology Ms.  Renillyn Falceso - Mores
Dept. Chair, Business  AdministrationMs.  Nerissa Lucasia
Dept. Chair, Entrepreneurship  and Management TechnologyMs. Nora  Sarmiento
Dept. Chair, Legal  Management Atty.  Ramel Muria
Dept. Chair, Real  Estate Management Mr.  Amelito Castillo
Dept. Chair,  Graduate ProgramMs. Wilfreda Dimaano
  
  
College of Information Technology and Engineering  (CITE)
DeanDr. Julius Maridable
Dept. Chair, Electrical  EngineeringEngr.  Maria Rowena Ramirez
Dept. Chair,  Electronics EngineeringEngr.  Roberto De Luna
OIC- Dept. Chair, Industrial  Engineering Engr. Angelita Pagcaliwagan
Dept. Chair, Computer  Engineering Engr.  Agnes Perez
Dept. Chair, Computer  Science Ms.  Mary Rose Camille Hernandez
Dept. Chair, Information  Technology  Mr.  Dominador Dennis Malasmas
Dept. Chair, Information  Systems Mr.  Rodante Chavez
Area Chair,  General EngineeringEngr.  Noli Castro
  
  
College of International Hospitality and Tourism  Management (CIHTM)
Dean   Ms.  Joy Zapata
Dept. Chair, Hotel  and Restaurant Management Ms.  Evangeline Necio
Dept. Chair,  TourismMs.  Andrenelyn Varona
Dept. Chair,  Institute of Culinary ArtsChef  Shirley De Jesus
Manager, HotelMs.  Geness Aclan
Supervisor, HotelMs.  Jovita Morada
  
  
College of Nursing (CoN)
Dean Dr. Alice Barte
Dept. Chair   Dr.  Conrada Bacong
Clinical Area  ChairDr.  Ma. Lourdes  Baaga
  
  

College of Law (CoL)

Dean  Atty.  Emerito Enginco
  
  
Integrated  School (IS)
Principal Ms.  Mayolisa Mantuano
Asst. Principal,  Grade School Ms.  Rosalinda Cornejo
Asst. Principal,  Junior High School Mr.  Noriel Navita
Asst. Principal,  Senior High School  Mr.  Rene Villanueva
Asst. Principal,  Curriculum and Instruction Ms.  Haydee Angeles
Coordinator,  Integrated School PAASCUMr.  Morris Lingao
  
  
Grade  School Curriculum Coordinators
Preschool    Ms.  Ehden Petalio
English   Ms.  Noralyn Balhon
FilipinoMs.  Rizza Limbo
Math Mr.  Dennis Dimaala
Social Studies  Ms.  Emelita Ramirez
ScienceMs.  Agripina Pangan
Music, Arts, PE,  and Health  Mr.  Silverio Vallejo, Jr.
Christian Living  and Character Education Ms.  Edna Yanga
Home Economics and  Livelihood Education Mr.  Jonas Lara
Computer    Ms.  Minerva Fanoga
  
  
Junior  High School Curriculum Coordinators
English  Ms.  Marilou Navales
Filipino Ms.  Everlinda Aleta
MathematicsMs.  Ma. Theresa Caya
Social Studies Ms.  Marineth Rosales
Science  Mr.  Jovito Orozco
Music, Arts, PE,  and HealthMs. Imelda  Mendoza
Christian Living  and Character Education Mr.  Fred Amul
Technology and  Livelihood EducationMr.  Jonas Lara
ComputerMs.  Minerva Fanoga
  
  
Senior  High School Strand Coordinators
Accountancy,  Business and ManagementMr.  Alan Pagsuyuin
Science,  Technology, Engineering and MathematicsMs.  Iezyl Torino
Humanities and  Social Sciences; and General Academics Ms.  Joy Jaucian
  
  
Senior  High School Area Coordinators
Accountancy      Ms.  Jamillah Punay
Business Administration  Ms.  Jesilyn Sabay
EntrepreneurshipMs.  Maria Theresa Magsino
Filipino,  Literature, and HumanitiesMs.  Mary Ann Illana 
English and  CommunicationMs.  Marineil Alilei Abante
Social Sciences,  Philosophy, and Religious Education Mr.  Teody Alday
MathematicsMs.  Lerma Ilao
Science Dr.  Joy Talens
ResearchMs.  Vicky Mayuga
Information  Communications Technology  Ms.  Minerva Fanoga (concurrent)
Health Optimizing  Physical Education Ms.  Ruby Cubilla (concurrent

AB Communication

The Course


This AB Communication program equips students with the theories and practices of communication and mass media.  The program develops skills and technology-aided approaches in interpersonal, cross-cultural, organizational and public communication. It is an excellent choice for young people with keen interests and talent in arts and languages, and who intend to have careers in the communication and media industries.





Career Opportunities

Journalism

Advertising and Public Relations

Film and Video production

Photography

Theater Arts

Broadcasting

Development Communication

Media Education

Corporate Communication Student Adviser













Accountancy


The Course


The Bachelor of Science in Accountancy (BSA) program develops graduates who are globally competitive accountants in the fields of corporate accounting, public practice, academe and government accounting. Further, students under this program will be trained to pass the Certified Public Accountants (CPA) Licensure Examination given by Professional Regulation Commission.




A new tenure for DLSL Prexy
As the new school year ushers, the De La Salle Lipa community gears up for the opening of classes on 10 June 2013. The community is ready to welcome young Lasallians, with all preparations done during the summer months.

Along with the imminent academic year is the re-appointment of Br. Joaquin "Kenneth" Martinez FSC, D. Min. as DLSL President and Chancellor for another term of three years from 2013 to 2016.

This re-appointment was made official with the memorandum by the DLSL Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Br. Jose Mari "JJ" Jimenez FSC. As early as December 2012, the announcement was made by Br. JJ, the current Sector Leader of the Lasallian Brothers in the country, after the Trustees unanimously endorsed the re-appointment effective June 1 2013 to May 31, 2016.

Opting to keep every one abreast with the future plans, Br. Kenneth presented during the general assembly on May 17 the mapped out design and future educational landscape of DLSL.

Thus, the President and Chancellor set the directions this school year and acquainted members of the DLSL community with the impending physical improvements and inevitable changes that the institution will undergo until his second term is over.

The Brother President enjoined members of the community to take part in realizing the institution's mission and vision.

ASIAN FIESTA Dinner for Scholarship
Make a difference to the lives of the young people by attending the ASIAN FIESTA: Dinner for Scholarship.

An opportunity to enjoy an evening of fine dining with the added benefit of knowing that one is helping to send one marginalized Filipino youth to school in De La Salle Lipa's St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Learning Community.

Graduates and students of the Lipa Institute for the Culinary Arts (LICA) and Hotel and Restaurant Management are donating their time and services to likewise be of help, as is the Lasallian way.

This dinner for scholarship is the second joint project of Presidential Management Office (PMO) and College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM). The first one was staged last February 2011 during the Celebration of 100 Years of the Lasallian Presence in the Philippines.

For inquiry, contact Israel V. Tan or Marinette O. Lina of Presidential Management Office (PMO) at (043) 756 5555 loc 297 or

email them at ishare@dlsl.edu.ph. Live Jesus in our Hearts, Forever!

CEAS Stages Golden Jubilee Lectures
Anchored on the theme "Addressing New Directions in Education," the College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS), successfully hosted the Golden Jubilee Lectures at the Mabini Auditorium last April 25.

The event was well-attended by administrators, teachers and students from the CALABARZON area. It served as a venue to discuss emerging trends in education, specifically Outcomes-Based Education, Technology, Culture and Social Media and Response to Climate Change.

Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alice Botardo, welcomed the speakers and the participants and underscored the importance of the activity as part of the institution&cute;s Golden Jubilee celebration. The pool of speakers include Dr. Constantino Ballena of DLSU-Dasmarias who gave an overview of "Outcomes-Based Education" and updated the audience on the latest Commission on Higher Education (CHEd) directives about the said approach; Dr. Raul Pertierra of Ateneo de Manila University, who discussed "Society and Technology in the Philippines" and urged the participants to ponder about technology's transformative effects; movie and TV actor Nanding Josef who lectured on the "Impact of Theater on Human Development" and Dr. Edgardo Gomez, an academician of the National Academy of Science and Technology whose talk evolved on the "Role of Academic Institutions in Addressing Climate Change." Dr. Gomez's talk was supplemented by a presentation of the programs of Conservation International Philippines, one of the activity sponsors.

Each lecture was also followed by a forum moderated by select CEAS faculty members. It also featured special performances of De La Salle Voices, De La Salle Salindayaw Dance Company, Mr. Joseph Ng, CEAS faculty member and Mr. Emmanuel Ong Jr., a second year Communication student. CEAS Dean Tessie Palma, in her closing remarks, encouraged the participants to further enrich their knowledge and understanding of vital concerns in the academe.

Co-sponsored by Rex Book Store and Manila Ocean Park, the event affirms the school's commitment of providing opportunities for faculty and student development and extending them to the community.

Artists convene for sports, wellness
Summer means break or vacation for academic institutions and the time for sports tournaments of companies, or any group of sports enthusiasts. For Filipino artist, it is time for the annual Artletics. On April 13-14, organizers of Artletics 2013 gathered some 80 artists at De La Salle Lipa's SENTRUM to showcase their athleticism.

At the opening ceremonies, Emmanuel "Manny" Garibay, founder of Artletics shared the challenges of organizing a sports activity such as Artletics, which is now on its third year. For him, leading a big number of artists is not a trivial task as it requires time and support from fellow artists and sponsors that initially he was hesitant to hold Artletics 2013. But with more people being involved he gave in.

Aside from sports events of basketball, volleyball, chess, badminton and table tennis, it covered sketching sessions for a cause participated in by George Banawa, Demosthenes Campos, Joey Cobcobo, Thomas Daquiaog, Ferdinand Doctolero, Alee Garibay, Jonathan Joven, and Simkin De Pio. The sketching session was highlighted by storytelling of seater Niki Gamara who recounted story of their family while artists portray her. Also part of the sketching session was Simkin De Pio's portrait of St. John Baptist De La Salle as a gift to the DLSL.

Later during the first day, Manny Garibay and Mark Justiniani led the open forum to address issues on art process/making in the country. It was moderated by Antares Gomez Bartolome. On the second day, Dr. Leni Jara, spoke on health and wellness - the core of Artletics event. Karen Flores of Filipino Visual Arts and Design Rights Organization (FILVADRO) discussed copyright for visual arts and substantially answered questions on copyrights law in the country.

The participants were divided into four teams namely green, red, blue, and yellow teams and the green team emerged as the over-all winner.

DLSL's college varsity members of basketball, volleyball, chess, and badminton, and coach Rod Baldovino helped out in officiating the games. Caryl Aissa Maranan and Edna Serrano, faculty members of PE college department, jumpstarted the afternoon with warm up exercises. And the college PEP squad - DANZCOM - did what they do best - cheer dance, providing inspiration and entertainment to the participants.

Manny Garibay was assisted by team members Janice Liuson -Young, Lisa Ito, Antares Gomes Bartolome, Renan Ortiz, Boyet De Mesa, and Crecee Dimayuga Roldan in the over all management of the activities.

Supported by Art Cube Gallery, San Miguel Brewery, Studio 23, DLSL, and other art patrons, Artletics concluded the two- day event with unusual and creative awards for individual and group winners.

"Artletics is a sports and wellness event for artists and cultural workers. It is a non-profit and independent initiative advocating healthy and active lifestyle."

Faculty and Staff Wall unveiled on Teachers and Staff's Day
As this beloved institution celebrates its Golden Jubilee Year, the De La Salle Lipa Integrated School Faculty and Staff Association (DLSL IS FSA) actively participated in the celebration of the Golden Anniversary through the Faculty and Staff Wall project.

The Faculty and Staff Wall project is a 32" x 60" photo collage frame consisting of the faculty and staff who are, were and had been connected to the Integrated School or its former nomenclature (e.g. High School, Unified School) in his/her capacity as faculty or staff (academic non-teaching, and academic-related) for at least twenty five years, whether continuous or intermittent. The said frame shall be permanently installed in the exhibit lounge (the second floor) of the Br. Vernon Mabile Learning Resource Center (BVMLRC).

The Faculty and Staff Wall was unveiled during the Catholic Teachers and Staff's Day celebration on January 25, 2013. The program begun with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at 11:00AM at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista De La Salle. It was followed by the blessing of the Statute of Jesus with Children. The Student Coordinating Board (SCB) prepared a Variety Show and lunch at the nostalgic Br. Henry Virgil Memorial Gymnasium. Emyla Ongkiatco, SCB President, Rey Villegas, IS FSA President, Dr. Alice Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Violeta Ramirez, Vice Chancellor for Mission, and Dr. Joey Panganiban, DLSLAA Inc. President, led the unveiling of the Faculty and Staff Wall while teachers, parents, students, and alumni witnessed the event. All the forty five faculty honorees were given a certificate and token during the event. DLSL High School Class of 1986 sponsored this noble endeavor.

The DLSL IS FSA believes that this momentous project will give recognition to the commitment of the faculty and staff who have served/been serving this righteous institution for at least twenty five years. Also, it is deemed that the recipient faculty and staff will develop a sense of pride, fulfilment and dignity for acknowledging their sacrifices and dedication in teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives. Furthermore, it is assumed that this noble undertaking will inspire new faculty and staff in the Integrated School to adhere in their commitment about the mission entrusted by the dear founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle.

August 2007 | Volume XV Issue No. 3

August 2005 | Volume XIII Issue No. 1