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HR Planning and Review of Policies and Procedures
Please be informed that all HR personnel will be having a one-day planning and review of policies and procedures on September 28, 2016, Wednesday. The HR Office Assistant and HR Clerical Assistants on duty shall be available in handling queries and receiving documents

Also, please be advised that the HR meeting is held regularly every first and third Wednesday of the month at 10:00 am to 12:00 nn.

Thank you very much.

Hundreds of Student Join Enrichment Programs
With the shift in academic calendar from June to August 2016, Enrichment Programs were launched by De La Salle Lipa’s Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE) to develop and enhance the students’ talents and skills, and capability-building.

iACE, in cooperation with Dynamic Training Systems Corporation, conducted the Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program: Student Edition in two batches on June 20-24 and July18-22 and the Adult Edition on July 7 and 8. At the Culminating Day, July 23, there were live demonstrations of the participants which were enjoyed not only by the students but also by the parents who are very proud of the students’ newly acquired techniques in memory enhancement.

The Creative Writing Workshop, titled “Unlock Possibilities through Paper and Pen,” was conducted by Pauline L. Navarro, AB Comm Batch 2016, Magna Cum Laude, on June 14-17. She selflessly shared her knowledge and expertise in writing which greatly encouraged the participants to express their creative ideas and thoughts effectively.

French and Mandarin lessons were both facilitated by Connoisseur World Language Institute (CWLI) on June 22-July 29. The culmination day featured French & Mandarin self-introduction by the young Lasallians, including rendition of songs and role playing in foreign languages that proved their basic French & Mandarin proficiency after a few sessions.

In cooperation with Pablo “Jun” Andal, a member of Arnis International Gavileño System and Tapondo International Federation Inc., Arnis and Combat Aikido Training were conducted on June 13-July 15. Participants learned the techniques and the art of self-defense which was demonstrated during the culmination on July 23.

Bringing music to life by the students was successfully held during the recital on July 23. All students rendered their respective songs; some rendered their chosen piece using musical instruments such as piano, violin, guitar & drums. Chosen musically-inclined students were given summer jobs as they were hired as coaches in their field of expertise.

iACE, together with Rommel Quizon, a seasoned choreographer of DLSL Salindayaw Dance Company, held the Hip Hop Dance Concert on July 25. The energetic performances of the students together with the Salindayaw and Green Republic dancers made the event definitely lively. It showed the moves and stage presence they learned from their mentor.

Discovering the beauties of DLSL through the ramp modelling was a great accomplishment of iACE in cooperation with Arvin Daryl Jay Gaffud. Two (2) weeks of preparation for the grand day, July 28, has not been easy for them. Their hard work and dedication to show their real beauty and confidence paid off. At the conclusion of their training, their different looks in casual attire were adored by the viewers.  

Nearly 400 students benefited from the iACE Enrichment Programs and participants looked forward to further their skills and talents and take them to the next level. It had been a fruitful and worthwhile vacation for the participants.





Health & Wellness Roadshow
The De La Salle Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts, in collaboration with the Wellness Management Institute, conducted a "Health and Wellness Roadshow" at SM City Lipa on July 23, 2016. It was in celebration of Nutrition Month and the 10th anniversary of De La Salle Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts.

The event included lectures, cooking demo, massage demo and performances from DLSL Danz Com and Salindayaw Dance Company.

At the first part of the program, one of the seasoned chefs of DLSL, Chef Jason Dimaculangan gave a lecture on the importance of eating healthy food.  The lecture was followed by a cooking demo of three recipes with the assistance of student chefs, Dariane Castillo and Sheila Carandang.

After the cooking demonstration, internationally certified therapist, Reanerose Dragon from the Wellness Management Institute gave a lecture and demonstration on how to do a basic massage to release stress among students and parents alike.

Meanwhile, the Wellness Management Institute showcased their programs through an exhibit.  There was also a registration area and booth set-up by the Strategic Communications Department to entertain inquiries about the different program offerings of De La Salle Lipa.

The program concluded with the awarding of certificate to the attendees from St. Mary's Montessori and Little Sparrow Pedie Care Center.




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.




HS Batch '91 Holds Medical Mission
Members of the High School Batch 1991, this year's Grand Alumni Homecoming host, conducted a medical mission on May 29, 2016 at De La Salle Lipa, part of their program, "give back to the alma mater."

The project was participated in by a group of doctors from the batch, Dr. Rona Jacob, Dr. Carmina Ilagan, Dr. Galileo Torres, Dr. Lenny Beth Latido and Dr. Rowena Francisco, and graciously assisted by fellow batch mates, Norman Agojo, Gerard Romano, Robert Macasaet, Donna Morales Ng, Irene Helena Sayas, Glenda Gloria Ochoa, Nonie Cordero, Reynald Mendoza, Michael Kasilag, Imelda Cuenca Alcantara, Eva Del Rosario, Lorena Olan, Joana Perez, and MJ Fable.

Residents of Barangay Tambo, Lipa City benefited from the one-day activity.

The medical mission was in cooperation with the Alumni Linkages Office, Community Involvement Office and the College of Nursing.



HipHop Dance Training
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Healthcare Insurance for SY 2016-2017 (Effective June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2017)
Please be informed that the institution's healthcare provider will be under the service of Philippine British Assurance Company, Inc. in partnership with Cocolife. Please be guided of the enrolment procedures, mechanics and premium payment thru salary deductions:

Who Are Qualified For the Benefit?
  1. Permanent partners with at least three (3) years of continuous service - automatic membership.
  2. Partners who are permanent and whose 3rd year of continuous service fall within the School Year 2016-2017 - pro-rated premium payment scheme will apply.

Who May Apply for the Healthcard Thru Salary Deductions?
  1. Permanent partners' dependents.
  2. Permanent partners but with less than 3 years of continuous service and their dependents.
  3. Trial/Probationary partners and their dependents.
    Note: ALL FULL-TIME PARTNERS (permanent/trial/probationary) are considered PRINCIPAL MEMBERS and will automatically be enrolled under open private category.

Effective School Year 2011-2012
All permanent partners who were hired effective SY2011-2012 will shoulder 30% of the total amount of the healthcard premium (P12,800.00 x 30% = P3,840.00)

Who are considered qualified dependents?
                                               
For Married Partners

(a) Legal spouse up to 65 years of age
(b) Children at least 15 days old but below 21years old, single & unemployed

For Single Partners(a) Parents up to age 65, unemployed and dependent on the principal member
(b) Children of single parents at least 15 days old but below 21 years old, single & unemployed
Notes: a. Dependents should be by ranking (HIERARCHY) and NOT covered by any health insurance
          b. Dependents MUST be Philhealth qualified dependents. Otherwise, the principal member will shoulder the Philhealth coverage in case of hospitalization.

PROCEDURE FOR ENROLMENT:
  1. Secure an enrolment form from designated offices.
    For Integrated School - Assistant Principals' Offices
    For the College - Dean's Offices
    For Administration - Directors' Offices, President's & VCs' Offices

  2. Accomplish the enrolment form COMPLETELY and submit to the HRD Office on or before WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2016 (No Extension).

For questions and clarifications, you may coordinate with Ms. Juliet Dimayuga of the HRD Office at local 210 or at 981-0011. Thank you for your compliance.

Holy Week
Please be informed that Under Presidential Proclamation No. 1105, the following Regular Holidays and Special (Non-Working) Day shall be observed in the country:

  1. Regular Holidays

    1. March 24, 2016 - Maundy Thursday (Regular holiday)
    2. March 25, 2016 - Good Friday (Regular holiday)

  2. Special (Non-Working) Day - March 26, 2016 - Black Saturday

Please also be informed that work March 23, 2016, Wednesday, will be a half day work. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel during Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Health Practitioners Visit DLSL WMI
Gearing for its first batch of student enrollees, the DLSL Wellness Management Institute (WMI) welcomes various health practitioners on 2 March 2016 to present its newest programs:  the certificate courses in Holistic Massage and Spa Management.

A luncheon meeting spearheaded by the DLSL College of Nursing Dean, Dr. Alicia Barte and WMI certified-therapist, Ms. Reanrose Dragon, was held at the Cafe Le Barako.  They were joined by Dr. Femy Octaviano, former Chair of the Board of Nursing in the Philippines and current Department Head of the Trinity University of Asia College of Nursing; Dr. Remy Fernandez, Dean of the Arellano University College of Nursing Graduate School; Mr. Ponciano Malabanan, Dean of the Lipa City Colleges' College of Nursing; Ms. Roselle Azucena, Vice President for Corporate Affairs and Strategic Planning of Mary Mediatrix Medical Center; Ms. Rose Octaviano, formerly connected with the Philippine Mental Health Association; and USLS Bacolod alumnus Mr. JP Yulo.

The visit became an opportune time to present the WMI's newest industry-responsive programs that are designed to equip prospect students with skill, knowledge and first-hand experience based on globally recognized standards, to be conducted by internationally certified instructors.  Adapting a UK international certification curriculum, WMI offers certificate courses for spa beginners, professionals, and spa business owners.  WMI students are eligible for international certification which will pave way to job opportunities both here and abroad.

The guests were also able to tour one of the institution's newest facility, the Coco Spa, a 350 sq.m. training ground for WMI students located at the 4th level of Chez Rafael.

Interested WMI applicants may call Ms. Reanrose Dragon at (043) 756-5555 local 270 or email wellness@dlsl.edu.ph.

Holidays for the month of September 2015
Please be informed of the following:

  1. September 8, 2015 (Tuesday) - (Proclamation No. 1112) President of the Philippines, Benigno S. Aquino III declared the said date as Special Non-working day in the Province of Batangas for the holding of its annual festival to promote tourism and strengthen historical and cultural awareness of the province.

  2. September 14, 2015 (Monday) - Archbishop Ramon C. Arguelles declared the said date as Holiday for all Catholic Schools of the Archdiocese of Lipa in observance of the Year of Consecrated Life, Year of the Poor, and Year of the Eucharist.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

HRIS and Attendance Biometric System (ABS) Downtime
In relation to full deployment of the new Attendance Biometric System (ABS), please be informed of the following downtime schedule of HRIS and ABS as stated below:

9:00AM of August 28, 2015 to 11:59PM of August 31, 2015

This is to give way to synchronization processes of both systems and the required technical tests. In addition, attendance TIME IN/OUT must be done through manual log sheets during the given downtime period. Should you need clarification, feel free to call ICT at local 246.

For your guidance and preparation!

HRIS, AHRIS, Attendance Biometric System
In our desire to provide high quality biometric device, we are pleased to inform everyone that we have acquired the latest model of Actatek device. Due to upgraded algorithm, we need to re-enroll our employee information. In this regard, kindly follow the schedule of biometric registration on each specified date for each unit/department.

Furthermore, co-workers who will not be able to register during the assigned schedule for valid reason must coordinate with HRD office through Ms. Noemi de Torres at local 210 or 981-0011 on or before the assigned registration date.

Thank you very much!

BIOMETRICS REGISTRATION SCHEDULE
STATION #1
OFFICE/DEPT./DIRECTORATEDATE
Financial Resource DepartmentAugust 19, 2015 (7:30am-8:30am)
Sports & Culture OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
Community Involvement OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
LAMPAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
Institutional Lasallian Family OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
IS Student Activities OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-10:30am)
IS Guidance OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-10:30am)
Services DirectorateAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-10:30am)
Human Resource DepartmentAugust 19, 2015 (10:30am-11:30am)
Centralized Procurement DepartmentAugust 19, 2015 (10:30am-11:30am)
General ServicesAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:00pm)
Inventory & Property Management SectionAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:00pm)
Academic ServicesAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:00pm)
College RegistrarAugust 19, 2015 (3:00pm-4:30pm)
IS RegistrarAugust 19, 2015 (3:00pm-4:30pm)
IS Learning Resource CenterAugust 19, 2015 (3:00pm-4:30pm)
Institutional Admissions & Testing OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (3:00pm-4:30pm)
Integrated School - Grade SchoolAugust 26, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
Integrated School - High SchoolAugust 27, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
STATION #2
Office of the PresidentAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
Presidential Management OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (8:30am-9:30am)
Office of the Vice Chancellor for MissionAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
Student Services OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
College Guidance OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
College Student Activities OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
College Discipline OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
Office of the Vice Chancellor for AdministrationAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
Information & Communications Technology CenterAugust 19, 2015 (9:30am-11:30am)
Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academics & ResearchAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:30pm)
Research & Publications OfficeAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:30pm)
College Learning Resource CenterAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:30pm)
College of LawAugust 19, 2015 (1:30pm-3:30pm)
CIHTMAugust 20, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
College of NursingAugust 20, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
CEASAugust 25, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
CITEAugust 26, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)
STATION #3
PT with Saturday classesAugust 22, 2015 (8:00am-11:30am/1:30pm-4:30pm)

STATION LEGEND:
Station #1 = FHP Function Room
Station #2 = ICT Center, Ground Floor, Gregorio Zara Bldg.
Station #3 = College Attendance Office, Ground Floor, Noli Bldg.

Perez in His CIMC Feat
He may be a freshman in Junior High School, but adjusting to a new set-up is no sweat for one of the members of De La Salle Lipa's elite Math Varsity Team, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 7, LS 205.

In the most recent China International Mathematics Competition (CIMC), Perez faced other country's bet from July 27 to August 1, 2015 in Changchun, China. Like it was another run-of-the-mill international contest, the young Lasallian won a Silver Medal and other awards for both the individual and team events.

A total of 32 Math wiz kids composed the Philippine delegation that won first runner-up, overall. The country garnered 23 medals in this particular competition.   

Perez's latest feat signifies his clear intention to continue what he has begun in grade school – that is to hone and to put his God-given talent to good use as he sets the bar higher for the next generation of wiz kids.

The DLSL community is overwhelmed with the young Lasallian's ability to consistently bring pride and honor to the school. It would pique one's curiosity at how he manages to constantly deliver. With proper nurturance and love from the parents and the relentless training provided by the mentors, surely, Perez has more to offer wherever his challenges take him.






HRM, LICA Land Three Major Titles in MAFBEX
Proving that they only get better in time, the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM), Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) and the Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts (LICA) delegations made quite an impression with the judges of this year's Manila Food and Beverage Expo (MAFBEX).

Winning three championships in various events two of which were retained titles in the Mocktail Punch and the Table Set-Up and Napkin Folding Competition" previously won by the school. 

In addition, more groups conquered other awards so none of the DLSL contestants went home empty-handed. So far, this has been the most successful MAFBEX engagement by the young Lasallians and their mentors.

The eventful annual gathering, with participants from across the country, was held at the World Trade Center from July 22 to 26, 2015.

Below is the list of DLSL winners.

Champion: Mocktail Punch Competition
Coach:    Ms. Jocelyn Dimayuga
Contestants: Alyssa Cristina Dichoso
               Kim Lopez
               Philbert Ng
              Arvin Salazar

Champion: Table Set-Up and Napkin Folding Competition
Coach: Chef Patrick Henry Maravilla
Contestants:
               Veronica Jane Bauyon
               Julie Ann Bernabe
               Joven Luis Cabasa
               Michaela Capuloy
               Marie Bernadette Dizon
               Reniel Pimentel  

Champion:  Pasta Live Cookery
Coach: Chef Jayson Dimaculangan
Contestants: Ma. Lizell Balahadia
               Josephine Macalalad
               Earl Kristian Salazar

Second Place:  Cooking Demo Competition
Coach: Ms. Rhikie Rose Maranan
Contestant: Garreth Owyne Antonio
Assistant:    John Anthony Monsod
Alternates:  Charize Recasata
                 Nichole Angelu Rint

Third Place: Bed Making
Coach: Ms. Jean Aggari
Contestants: Guiller Nicole Annoyo
                   Samantha Mitzi Sanchez

Third Place: Market Basket Competition
Coach: Chef Pamela De Leon
Contestants: Angelli Albufera
                  Joseph Emanuelle Garing
                  Jayson Lagramada
                  Roy Silva



HRIS downtime & Parallel Run with AHRIS
We are exerting effort to provide the community a more efficient Human Resource Information System (HRIS) to handle bulk records during transaction approval and to provide modern features. In line with this endeavor, we would like to introduce the Advanced HRIS (AHRIS) to the community on June 23, 2015 for parallel test run purposes. Furthermore, please be informed of the following where we need the cooperation and understanding of all co-workers: 

  1. HRIS will be offline from 12:00AM to 11:59PM of June 22, 2015. The system will resume at 12:00AM of June 23, 2015.
  2.  
  3. AHRIS will be launched simultaneously with the old or existing HRIS on 12:00AM of June 23, 2015 to 11:59PM of July 5, 2015.
  4.  
  5. Parallel test run will be performed to ensure that the new system will respond & will process as expected before we retire the old system. In this regard, all transactions to be executed by all co-workers from 12:00AM of June 23, 2015 to 11:59PM of July 05, 2015 must be done on both systems. Co-workers' failure to do so might cause payroll issue on his/her account in the future with the new system. ICT will keep records of both systems for future references.
  6.  
  7. Any error/issue encountered shall be sent to hris@dlsl.edu.ph.
  8.  
  9. The old HRIS will still stand as the official system until further notice.

Philippines' time zone will be applied on the specified schedules. Should you have inquiry, please feel free to call ICT at local 246 and look for our Systems Analyst - Ms. Lani Rosales or send her an email at hris@dlsl.edu.ph.

HRD-OIC
Please be informed that on May 31, 2015 to June 18, 2015 Ms. MARIA CECILIA QUIGLEY, HRD Manager will be in Rome, Italy for an official business trip to attend the 9th International Association of Lasallian Universities Leadership Training.

In line with this official business trip, Dr. MARIA SHEILA ALVAREZ, HRD Supervisor has been assigned as the Officer-In-Charge (OIC) of the HRD Office on the said period. Kindly communicate your concerns to Dr. Alvarez during the said dates.

Thank you very much for your usual support.

HRD Sponsored Seminars for the Foundation Week
The Human Resource Department is inviting all faculty, staff and parents to participate in various seminars lined-up during the Foundation Week.

ALL SEMINARS ARE FREE. Kindly take note of the target attendees in each seminar. Below is the schedule:
                                                                                                           
DATE/VENUETITLE OF SEMINARSPEAKER

February 10, 2015
Tuesday
8:30 am to10:30 am
FHP Function Room, 2nd Floor,
CM Recto Hall   

Seminar on Anthurium
Growing and Maintenance

     

Anthriums will be available for sale.
Open to all faculty, staff, and parents. Sign-up needed.   

MS. ANNA MARIA VALENZUELA
      Plant Tissue Culturist
      Angels Paradise Palnt Tissue
      Culture Laboratory
      Tanauan City
February 10, 2015
Tuesday
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
LICA Demo Room, First Floor,
Chez Rafael, De La Salle Lipa

Seminar on Butchery
Cooking Demo of
Traditional Filipino
Cuisine

     

Open to all faculty and staff.
Sign-up needed.     

CHEF PAMELA DE LEON
      Diploma in Culinary Arts and
      Technology Management
      Center for Culinary Arts Manila
February 11, 2015
Wednesday
8:30 am to 10:30 am
FHP Function Room, 2nd Floor,
CM Recto Hall

Lecture Demo on Garden
Specialty and Utilization

     

Open to all faculty, staff, and parents. Sign-up needed.

MS. LETICIA FUENTEZ
      Owner, City Green Landscaping
      Services
February 11, 2015
Wednesday
2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
LICA Demo Room, First Floor,
Chez Rafael, De La Salle Lipa

"Desserts from the Heart"
A Lecture - Demo on
Dessert Making

   

Open to all faculty and staff.
Sign-up needed.

CHEF CRISELDA YOUNG
      Faculty, CIHTM
      Pastry Making and Asian Cooking
February 12, 2015
Thursday
8:30 am to 10:30 am
Sen, Diokno Auditorium, 5th
Floor, Sen. Diokno Hall,
De La Salle Lipa

Stress Management/
Wellness Seminar

     

Open to all faculty and staff.
Sign-up needed.     

Dr. Albert Cesar S. Faller, Jr.
      Department of Surgery -
      Orthopedics
      Lipa Medix Medical Center

February 12-13, 2015
Thursday and Friday
9:00 am to 4:00 pm
BB Grounds   

Exhibit on Container
Gardening
De La Salle Lipa Employees
Gardening Club Members

SIGN-UP will be until FEBRUARY 6, 2015, Friday at the HRD at local 210 or at 98100101 or email hrd@dlsl.edu.ph. Thank you very much.

8th MAFBEX WINNERS: CIHTM'S GREAT BEGINNING FOR A.Y. 2014-2015
Hotel and Restaurant Management and Culinary Arts students of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) once again brought home major awards in various categories of the Manila Food & Beverage Exposition (MAFBEX) Interschool Competition held June 11-13 at the Philippine Trade and Training Center, Roxas Boulevard, Pasay City.

The annual event with the theme 'SEASONAL,' hosted and organized by De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde School of Hospitality, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) in partnership with MAFBEX, a subsidiary of Worldbex Services International (WOFEX), was participated in by various colleges and universities in CALABARZON and NCR. Participating schools were University of the Philippines-Diliman, University of Sto. Thomas, St. Paul University Manila, National University, San Sebastian College Recoletos, De La Salle University-Dasma, Manila Tytana Colleges, Southville International School and Treston International University to name a few.

DLSL contestants were hailed champion in two major categories: Table Set-Up and Mocktail Punch Competition. Table Set-Up team, composed of BSHRM students Gemmalyn Aguirre, Jennilyn Banas, Cleo Lina, Kayle Gem Magpantay and Paul Joseph Sigua, with Chef Patrick Henry Maravilla as the coach impressed the judges and the crowd with their entry 'Soleil et La Lune' (Sun & Moon), the autumn-inspired fine dining ambiance. The winning recipe with a name 'Brocolli Summer Sunset' for the Mocktail Punch category was prepared and displayed by Marie Pierre Quigley, Danilo Sagmit, and Garreth Owynne Antonio, also BSHRM students with Ms. Jean Aggari as their coach.

LICA students namely Juvelyn De Guzman, Jorena Delgado and Rescy Manguiat with Coach Chef Pamela De Leon also bagged the second place for the Pasta Live Cookery. Lorenzo Perez with his assistant Mark Lester Bas won second place in the Cooking Demo Competition.

Truly, it was a great start for CIHTM to welcome the Academic Year 2014-2015 with remarkable accomplishment, a tradition of Lasallian excellence and humble achievement.






Brigada Eskwela 2014
his year's 'Brigada Eskwela' brought the De La Salle Lipa volunteers at the Makina Primary School in Brgy. Makina, Balete, Batangas.|

Aside from the clean-up, restoration, painting, and decorating tasks performed by the participants, materials relevant to maintenance and repair of the facilities and educational materials of the school such as, gloss latex white paints, paint rollers and brushes, roller trays, neutralizers, and masonry putty were also donated.  

Other schools within Lipa received, likewise, nearly the same mentioned materials. These schools were Mabini Elementary School, Bolbok National High School, Kayumanggi Elementary School, Pag-Olingin Elementary School.  
 
A total of 44 Lasallians shared their time and services to the assigned school. These volunteers were from the different departments, offices, units and organizations, namely, College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management; College of Education, Arts and Sciences; College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management; College of Nursing; Integrated School; IS Science Lab; IS Student Activity Office; Student Coordinating Board; and the organizer, Community Involvement Office. 




HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT INSTRUCTOR

-          MBA/MBA in HRM graduate


-          With Culinary & Hospitality Skills (Housekeeping, Front Office & Events Management)


HRM Tour in SHATEC, Singapore
The third year BS Hotel & Restaurant Management students of the College of International Hospitality & Tourism Management (CIHTM) explored the Lion City and one of its renowned international hospitality schools, Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Center (SHATEC).

The 3 days and 2 nights study tour, which happened last March 6-8, 2014, were participated by 36 HRM students and faculty companions Ms. Evangeline M. Necio and Chef Patrick Henry Maravilla.  The tour indulged the participants with sumptuous delicacies and wide selections of authentic international cuisine.
 
The group was welcomed by the Institute's Assistant Manager for Business Development, Continuing Education and Training, Ms. Lin Tan.  A demonstration by SHATEC's Chef Gerard Cheok on European Cuisine and hands on program were actively participated by our student participants. A guided tour around the facilities, a seminar-workshop on Bartending, Cocktail and Mocktail Mixology, and a chance to mingle with the international students of SHATEC highlight the study tour.

The group also visited the famed Marina Bay Sands, Resorts World Sentosa, and Hard Rock Cafe and traveled around Singapore's tourists' spots. The tour put them close to various leisure destinations, cultural centers, orchid garden, business hubs, and transport system.

De La Salle Lipa has indeed strengthened its partnership with SHATEC, the International Hotel & Tourism School in Singapore. This undertaking is in cognizant with the college's advocacy to provide quality education beyond the four corners of the classroom and to see the clear picture and appreciation of the industry where they belong.








HRD Spearheads Wellness and Gardening Programs
Nutrition and Wellness
Good nutrition is important in maintaining a healthy lifestyle.  The Human Resource Department (HRD), in partnership with Nestl Philippines, hosted a Seminar on Diet and Nutrition last February 11, 2014.  The half-day session, attended by selected faculty and staff, assist our co-workers in knowing the proper diet to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce the risk of chronic diseases, and promote overall health.  

Demo on Fitness and Wellness was held the following day, February 12, which aims to help out employees gain practical tips on managing work-related stress thru physical exercises that they could apply in their respective work areas.  This project is in partnership with the Weight Management Center of the Mary Mediatrix Medical Center.




Garden and Plant Exhibit

De La Salle Lipa Gardening Club conducted a Dish Garden and Plant Exhibit at the BG Garden last 13 - 14 February as part of the institutions foundation week celebration.  The exhibit displayed the gardening enthusiast co-workers dish garden creations and rare plant collections.  The exhibit aims to share the joy and inspiration and gardening to fellow co-workers, parents, alumni, and students.





Hernandez Wins in National Science Quest

Shortly after their successful feat in the Division Level of the Science Quest, De La Salle Lipa's grade school Science varsity members, Daniell Matthew Dalangin (Grade 3-BB 104), Angelo Vince Perez (Grade 5-BB 211), and Lila Andrea Vien Hernandez (Grade 6- BB 306), won as well in the Regional Level held on October 26 in Trece Martirez, Cavite.

This level proved to be a bigger challenge to DLSL's team as walk-in participants were accommodated, increasing the number of contestants to almost fifty instead of thirty-six from eighteen divisions in Region IV-A. Nonetheless, Dalangin and Perez placed sixth in the Science Quiz Bee. Although this prevented them from participating in the National Level since it is limited to top five winners, another DLSL representative, Hernandez, emerged as a first runner-up in the Sci-Impromptu event which automatically qualifies her to the next level.    

The 11th National Science Quest held at Teachers' Camp in Baguio City on February 10-12, 2014, with the theme "Science and Technology: Go Global, Go for Excellence towards Quality Education," brought the competition to another level. But Hernandez faced the challengers head on.

A topic on Ecological Balance tested the wit and eloquence of the contestants in the Sci-Promptu, and Hernandez, with the help of mentor Agripina Domingo-Pangan, overcame other challengers and bagged the third place.

Hernandez won first place in the District Level held in September 2013 held at Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School and second place in the Division Level at the G.B. Lontok Memorial School.





HRM & LICA STUDENTS KALDERETANG BATANGAS ACCLAIMED SECOND BEST
It was an exhilarating experience for the College of International Hospitality & Tourism Management (CIHTM) to be part of the 44th Batangas City Foundation Day Celebration. CIHTMs HRM & LICA students once again took pride to bring home the cash prize, trophy for the institution and medals for each contestant when they were awarded first runner up for the Pasiklaban ng Kalderetang Batangas 2013 last July 18, 2013 at the Batangas Sports Colliseum.

The competition which is an annual feature of the Sublian Festival depicting the theme Batangenyong Sama-sama, Tagumpay Kayang-kaya was participated by seven schools and universities offering HRM, Culinary Arts and Home Economics programs in the province. Contestants needed to prepare on the spot Kalderetang Kambing as the main course with accompaniment of their own choice good for four servings. It tested ones creativity also on plating and presenting the local dish in a global or international perspective.

The judges were composed of celebrity chefs and general managers of hotels and restaurants. Three television networks; two from national and 1 regional were present also to cover the events. It was the second time for DLSL to join in this competition, Last 2012, it garnered the highest award for the contestants were hailed Champion, this year DLSL is still included in the list of the top three schools that has the most delectable and best Kalderetang Kambing, one of the special delicacies f the province. Hence, CIHTM is looking forward for the next year Pasiklabang ng Kalderetang Batangas and will try to regain the title of being the Champion.

Moreover, the institution extends its Congratulations to the following contestants and coach:

Ms. Marivic Llanes (LICA)
Richard Marco (HRM)
Salvacion Castaeda (HRM)
Crystal Gay Sulit (LICA)
Mr. Patrick Maravila (Coach),

 


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



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In order to use the DLSL ResNet, each WiFi enabled device must have its own unique IP address. For added security, anyone who wants to use the DLSL Wireless ResNet needs to have a user account that will be used in registering a WiFi enabled device. Once the device has been registered in the DLSL ResNet, an IP address will be automatically assigned on a 10-hour lease at a time.

Human Resource Deparment



High School






Ms. Emelita Sagbang
IS LRC Head




Ms. Analiza Frane.
High School Librarian

Ms. Marytess Dimaculangan
High School Library Staff



Monday - Friday

7:00am - 5:00pm


Tel. No. 756-5555 loc. 250





History
De La Salle Lipa College Department was formally opened in school-year 1984-1985, with former High School Academic Assistant Mrs Elsie Rabago, appointed as Officer-in-Charge. It started with an enrollment of 130 students.



With that the Tertiary School Library was also constructed. By that time the library was still small, consisting of four (4) tables, five (5) shelves and a collection of only 500 volumes of books and a few titles of magazines and newspapers. It had a seating capacity of only 32 individuals.



The high school librarian served as the concurrent tertiary school librarian. In 1987 however, a full-time librarian, Ms. Gloria Panggat Lumbera, was hired to develop the library, its services and collection.



In 1996, the College Library was transferred to the ground floor of then newly constructed Sen. Jose Diokno Building. Its floor area was expanded to seat 240 individuals. Library collections were increased and audio-visual materials were procured. In addition, an internet laboratory was provided to meet the community’s need for relevant information and for research assistance.



In 1999, the library was divided into three sections – periodicals, technical, and audio-visual – to better respond to its objectives. Three full time librarians were appointed to oversee these areas along with a head librarian who supervises the entire operations.



In April 2003, Ms. Eileen Magadia was designated as the Head Librarian of the College Library. The library was later referred to as the Learning Resource Center (LRC). The LRC underwent evaluation for Level 1 accreditation of the two Tertiary School programs.



The LRC was further expanded to meet the needs of the increasing number of enrollees. Its seating capacity was increased to 400. The audio- visual section was transferred to the third level of the Sen. Jose Diokno Building along with the Lipasalliana archives which was added to the LRC’s revised organizational set-up. The Nursing Library, an extension library was likewise put up at the Mabini Building . LRC personnel increased and improved with four registered librarians, one archivist, and six library clerks.



De La Salle Lipa College LRC continues and will continue to pursue its mission to serve the Lasallian family and other people who seek assistance for their reading, research and instructional needs.





HELE Teacher (Substitute)
- Bachelor in Elementary Education or Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education or any Education related graduate

- Can handle HELE class

Hall of Lasallian Saints



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Hymn & Chant

The Alma Mater Hymn




Hail... hail... alma mater...

Hail to De La Salle!

We’ll hold your banner high and bright

A shield of green and white...

We’ll fight to keep your glory bright...

And never shall we fail!

Hail to thee, our alma mater...

Hail... hail... hail!






Victory Song


(Adapted from Notre Dame University Victory Song)



Cheers! Cheers! For old De La Salle!

Wake up the echoes cheering her name

Send her rousing cheers on high!

Shake down the thunder above the sky!

Whether the odds be great or be small,

Old De La Salle will win over all!

While her loyal sons are marching

Onward to victory! Rah-rah-rah!


History





Founded in 1962 by the Brothers of the Christian School, De Salle Lipa was built on a 5.9 hectare lot along the national highway. Financed by interest-free loans from Caltex and Shell Corporations, construction of the three one-storey wings of classrooms, a gymnasium-auditorium and the Brothers' House began on January 1962. During its first year, DLSL operated as the Boy's Department of the Maryknoll Sisters' Our Lady of the Rosary Academy (OLRA). As the Maryknoll Sisters were phasing out OLRA's Boys' Department, 221 students were admitted from first to fourth year.


 


Three Brothers and seven lay teachers composed the first staff of the school. Br. Henry Virgil FSC was the first Director and Principal.


 


On its second year of operations, the school obtained a temporary permit to operate as La Salle High School. After one year and seven months of guiding the fledgling institution, Br. Virgil died of a heart attack on the 22nd of September 1963. Br. Hugh Damian took his place and held the helm for the next two years.


 


The school population more than doubled during its fourth year operations. This necessitated the construction of the two-storey St. Joseph Hall during the administration of Br. Frederick Martin FSC in 1967.


 


Towards the end of the decade as OLRA continued to send its boys to La Salle High School, a large percentage of students began to come from the various elementary schools around the city. Thus, to better prepare the students for the high school, the elementary grades were opened in 1967, with Br. Vernon Mabile FSC as Principal.


 


In 1969, Br. Rafael Donato FSC arrived to become Director and Principal. It was during his term that the new school seal was designed. The tradition of staging an annual school fair was also begun.


 


After Br. Rafael's departure for La Salle Greenhills in 1970, Br. Crisanto Moreno FSC became the Principal. Br. Gregory Refuerzo FSC was then the Director. During the term of the two in office, a new library and a sports complex were constructed. The faéade was improved and wooden bleachers inside the gymnasium were constructed. The school became known as De La Salle of Lipa.


 


Girls were first accepted in school year 1974-75 when Br. Emiliano Hudtohan FSC was the principal. The girls, however, were limited to the first and second year levels.


 


It was during the term of Br. Antonio Narciso FSC that the school's incorporation papers and by-laws were amended. The school was officially registered with the Securities and Exchange Commission as De La Salle Lipa, Inc.


 


An attempt at securing PAASCU accreditation was made during the term of Br. Jaime de Guzman FSC. His term of office was remembered for the construction of the four grade school classrooms, which would eventually be known as the Immaculate Conception Hall.


 


During the term of Br. Samuel Bueser FSC late in the seventies, a modified split-schedule for freshmen and sophomores was implemented to accommodate the growing student population. Enrolment has soared to 1,200. Another effort was made to gain PAASCU accreditation, and this, along with moves to open a College Department, came to fruition after Br. Samuel's term was completed.


 


In school year 1982-1983, DLSL received its first High School PAASCU accreditation. Br. Eugenio Tianco FSC was the Principal, while Br. Gregory returned to occupy the Director's position. During the school year, an extension to the library was constructed along with an office for guidance counseling. Also, Immaculate Conception Hall was completed during the summer.


 


Br. Jaime Dalumpines FSC was appointed Principal in 1983. Because of recommendations contained in the PAASCU report, reforms were instituted. The two-year old split schedule for freshmen and sophomores was scrapped. Administration was decentralized and Year Level Moderators were introduced for improved student supervision.


 


In 1985, the College Department came into existence with an enrollment of 130 students. The College offered Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Business Management and Agribusiness Management.


 


Br. Jaime went on to complete a 5-year term, the last of which was school year 1987-88. He left soon afterwards for Canada for further studies, and was replaced by Br. Edgardo Jayme FSC. The latter stayed for only a few months and left the school in midterm. Ms. Norma Blanco was appointed Acting Principal, assisted by a council composed of the Year Level Moderators and Department Heads.


 


Ms. Blanco was formally appointed as the first lay principal of the high school the following May. During Ms. Blanco's term, the 1100 wing was constructed to house the freshmen classes. Also, the Elementary Department was reopened.


 


Because of the rapid growth of the institution in the nineties, it became necessary in 1994 to have a resident president. The position was given to alumnus Br. Narciso Erguiza FSC, who, in 1974, was briefly assigned to the school but had spent most of his years as a De La Salle Brother elsewhere.


 


Br. Erguiza stayed for two school years and reorganized the administrative structure. The major academic and service departments became known as "units" and their respective heads sat in the President's Council, which met weekly. Strategic directions were drafted and implemented, which emphasized the growing role of the college in the community.


 


Also, in the nineties, the College Department added more courses such as Secretarial Administration; Agribusiness Management with majors in Horticulture and Animal Husbandry; Bachelor of Elementary Education; Bachelor of Secondary Education with majors in English, Math, Religious Education and Environmental Science; and Bachelor of Science in Computer Science, Accountancy and Hotel and Restaurant Management.


 


With Br. Erguiza requesting to pursue fulltime graduate studies at the end of his school year in office, Br. Donato was requested by Bro. Benildo Feliciano FSC, the Brother Provincial, to become President of the school. The latter accepted and was officially installed in ceremonies held on 15th May 1995.


 


Under Br. Donato's term, De La Salle Lipa embarked on a massive physical plant development program which completely transformed the Institution. Various innovations were also introduced. The elementary and secondary units were integrated into what is known as the Unified School, with homerooms named after parishes, Philippine cities and cities around Southeast Asia and Oceana region where De La Salle schools are located.


 


A graduate program was offered for the first time in the school's history. The school's Master in Management Technology program, the first of its kind in the Philippines, combines Business Management with Information Technology.


 


More courses offerings were made available in the Tertiary School at the turn of the century as programs in Secretarial Administration and Agribusiness Management were phased out. Courses in Financial Management, Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Economics, Management Technology, Legal Management, and Certificate Courses in Entrepreneurship, Hotel and Restaurant Management and Information Technology were opened. In the later years, Bachelors of Science in Psychology, Electronics and Communication, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Electronics and Communications Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Bachelor of Arts in Communication, Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, Nursing, Tourism, Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship, Biology and Electrical Engineering were also offered.


 


Br. Donato retired in 2003 after having presided over the most intensive period of growth and development that the school had ever known. Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC was installed as 3rd president of DLSL on 15 May 2003.


 


Under Br. Manuel Pajarillo's term, the grade school and the high school levels of the Unified School (re-named later as the Integrated School under the supervision of its Principal, Ms. Violeta Ramirez) received their Level 2 "clean" re-accreditation status for five years from PAASCU. This was the highest rating received by the high school level since 1983 and the initial 5-years accreditation status for the grade school level.


 


The College, with its goal of improving its academics program submitted applications for the PAASCU accreditation of the following programs: Business Management, Education, Accountancy, Hotel and Restaurant Management, Marketing Management, Economics, Computer Science, and Financial Management. Business Management and Education were granted Level 1 accreditation status in 2005 while the rest had their preliminary visit the year after.


 


New facilities were built and information technology was improved. The Apolinario Mabini and the St. Br. Benilde buildings were constructed to provide facilities for the Sciences Courses in College and new classrooms for the Primary Learning Community of the Integrated School respectively. Wireless Internet Connectivity was introduced to keen abreast with new trends in Information and Technology.


 


In school year 2005-2006, changes in the school's seal, vision-mission statement, organizational structure and nomenclature were implemented in response to new changes in Lasallian education. Buildings in Integrated School were named after saints and a Lasallian Brother (Br. Gregory Refuerzo FSC) while college buildings were named after Philippine heroes and prominent Batangueños.



In the same school year, Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC launched the Book Mobile Reading Program (BMRP), a bus converted into a moving library to cater to the reading and literacy needs of the public schools that surround DLSL. The program hopes, among others, to provide the students of beneficiary schools with reading materials suited to their level and interest; enough information on library procedures; information and exercises to develop students' reading skills; and, creative activities to develop students' interest in reading.




In 2006, Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC was assigned as Interim President of the De La Salle University Dasmariñas and the De La Salle Health and Science Campus while serving as President of DLSL.


 


Until the end of his term in SY 2009-2010, Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC stood by the 10-point agenda, forming the DLSL's strategic direction during his term. These revolved around Educational Excellence, Academic Competence, Scholarship and Innovation, Synergy, Accountability, Internationalization, Lasallian Association, Education of and for the Poor, Justice and Pro-Environment Practices and

Social Transformation.


 


In SY 2010-2011, Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC became the 4th resident Brother President of De La Salle Lipa. The previous administrations' 10-point agenda was now condensed into Five Pillars of Direction: DLSL as a Learning Organization, Diversified Funding Base, Accessibility, Care and Nurturance of the Environment and Community Development and Transformation.


 


Early in his administration, physical improvement and maintenance of existing structures and landscaping were noticeable. The continuation of the Brother Benilde Building also took place as well as the renovation of the canteen area into the Animo Diner and the Green Spoon Café. His administration is also credited for acquiring almost 4 hectares of land beside De La Salle Lipa which is planned to house future expansion of the College and Institutional structures of the institution.







HRM Students Explore Singapore
The 3rd year BS HRM students taking up International cuisine visited the Lion City last March 7-9, 2013. It was a three days and two nights educational tour in Singapore. The students were exposed to various key destinations such as Merlion Park, Clark Quay and Marina Bay Sands. The participants also had the opportunity to see the picturesque of Fullerton Hotel, the Esplanade, the Singapore Flyer, Helix Bridge, Chinatown, Jewel Box located at Mount Faber and the Botanic Garden. The students also experienced a wide variety of international food.

One of the best highlights of the educational tour was the training and seminar at Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Centre (SHATEC) Institute where the group attended a wine appreciation and cooking demonstration of French cuisine.

The group was accompanied by CIHTM faculty Ms. Rhikie Rose Maranan and LICA Head, Chef Shirley de Jesus.