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IS Students Bag Awards in the 2017 World Mathematics Team Championship
Integrated School (IS) students once again garnered accolades as they competed in the 2017 World Mathematics Team Championship in Bangkok, Thailand, Nov. 9 to 13, 2017.



Kiana Alecsandra Garing (Grade 10 – CMR 2015) and Marc Christopher Ferrer (Grade 10 – BM 202) garnered Gold Medals, while Angelina Mae Precilla (Grade 10 – BM 204) reaped a Silver Medal. Elizabeth Kho (Grade 10- BM 203), Ron Gian Aleksei Catibog (Grade 10 – CMR 205), Jose Luis Paolo Domingo (Grade 10 – BM 102), and Jericho Joshua De Jesus (SHS) acquired Bronze Medals.






Delegation leaders were Mr. Dennis Dimaala and Ms. Ma. Theresa Caya. Meanwhile, their coach was Ms. Eufrocina Yabut.



For Team Awards, in every level, the teams’ top 30% are ranked and receive trophies. Each team member gets a certificate while the other 70% of the teams receive participation awards.



In terms of the Individual Awards, for every level the top 10% receive gold medals, the next 20% obtain silver medals, the following 30% receive bronze medals, while the remaining 40% acquire merit medals.


Martyrs of Turon Legions Commemorate Saints' Feast Day
In commemoration of the feast day of the eight Lasallian saints martyred in Turon, Spain, Lasallian Partners from the Legions of St. Marciano (Explorer), St. Julian (Incredible), and St. Cirilo (Skilled) conducted a form of Agape Meal at the kiosks near the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle, Oct. 9, 2017.

The said Partners distributed snacks to outsourced personnel (maintenance and security) at 9 AM - also a simple yet symbolic feast that recalls the meals Jesus took part in with his disciples while performing his ministry. It also expressed koinoia or Christian fellowship as a source of delight for Christ's family.   

Every Lasallian saint's feast day will likewise be celebrated by other Lasallian Partners belonging to their respective legions.

DLSL's Brothers League Program was implemented starting SY 2017-2018 and was set to promote Lasallian Partners' wellness, welfare and well-being - also highly regarding communion in mission. It also takes on the aspiration that "Lasallian Partners are modern heroes, with their own strengths and uniqueness." Other Legion saints include the following: St. Benilde (Extraordinary), St. Jaime (Exceptional), St. Mutien Marie (Vigilant), St. Miguel (Simplicity), and Solomon (Passionate).

The Brothers League Program's origins can be traced back to Saint Joseph School - La Salle (SJS-LS) in 2004 when an alumna shared her vision to a Lasallian Brother - that students will be given the chance to work together, discover together and achieve together by being grouped into Houses. After some years, the program was adopted by La Salle Academy in Iligan City, La Salle College in Antipolo City, and De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde.   




International Day of Peace 2017 Commemorated
September 21- The whole De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) community celebrated the International Day of Peace 2017 with the theme "Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All".

Considered the Regional Center for Peace Education, DLSL continues its tradition of inculcating peace as a way of life to its students and partners. This is despite the hustle and bustle of daily life – that there is still a time to bring forth peace in various levels.

The day began with the Peace Walk along DLSL grounds - joined by over 700 students and partners - who then headed to the Oval for the Human Peace Formation. Enthusiastically cheering with their white flaglets, the participants formed the traditional peace sign, followed by a Mass for Peace with the mass celebrant Fr. Eugene Hechanova.

Other symbolic activities transpired afterwards - from the Peace Bell Ringing, Peace Pole Offering, Releasing of Peace Doves, and One Day One Dance. The morning was capped off by a Peace Concert by the Groove Band and the Musikalista. By 12 noon, the entire DLSL community joined the One Minute of Silence, a simple global act showing that personal and planetary peace are one. In the afternoon, a talk on the peace process, specifically on self-transformation by Ms. Rekha Nahar, President of the Theosophical Order of Service Philippines, took place.
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The Integrated School (IS) and College departments likewise held several class and organizational activities throughout the week-long celebration. These include the following: Achieving Nation Peace Debate, Biggest Peace Crane, Peace Poster Making Contest, Letters of Peace Writing Activity, Rosary for Peace Crusade, as well as other interactive activities.

This year's activity was chaired by Dr. Iezyl Torino, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, under the supervision of the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alice Botardo.





Issuance of Summer Grades and 1st sem Pre-Enrollment

DLSL's HRM Back-to-Back MAFBEX Champs
In a crowd of talented and aspiring young hoteliers and restaurateurs, De La Salle Lipa's (DLSL) College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM), particularly the Hotel and Restaurant Management (HRM) department stood strong and beamed with pride for once again representatives participated into various events and paved their way into sweet success. DLSL's delegates conquered major and minor titles in three events, namely, Bed Making, Buffet Centerpiece and Food Styling and Photography Competition at the annual Manila Foods and Beverages Exposition (MAFBEX) with the theme "Hollyfood: The Ultimate Foodventure" held on June 14 to 18, 2017 at the World Trade Center Metro Manila.

The road to success may be obstructed with many challenges and requires hard work, but these students are driven by passion to continue being the best possible individual they can be. Thus, the following are DLSL's deserving winners this year.

Two-Time Champion: Buffet Centerpiece Competition
Coach: Chef Patrick Henry V. Maravilla
Contestants: Christine Mae F. Fabic, Ramon Paolo Casas, Sofhia H. Pereja, Renzie Ruth Cabalida, and Patricia Ann Tisbe as the alternate

Champion: Bed Making Competition
Coach: Ms. Jean A. Mendoza
Contestant: Daniel Jethro Gonzales and Kyle Quizon as the alternate

Third Place: Food Styling and Photography
Coach: Ms. Rhikie Rose P. Maranan
Contestants: Lorenz Rzehll Fausto M. Virtucio, Alexzia Bianca Charize S. Recasata, Angelica Faye G. Suarez and Miguel Angelo V. Reroma as the alternate

DLSU Emerges 10th Inter La Salle Sportsfest Overall Champ
It has been ten years since the organized sports league between Lasallian Partners (employees) from different La Salle schools in the country commenced. It has evolved through the years and now involves more events, including cultural competition.

The anniversary was marked by another unforgettable friendly sports match participated in by eight schools, namely, De La Salle Araneta University (DLSAU), De La Salle-College of St. Benilde (DLS-CSB), De La Salle-Health Sciences Institute (DLS-HSI), De La Salle Santiago Zobel (DLSZ), De La Salle University-Dasmarinas (DLSU-D), De La Salle University (DLSU), La Salle College Antipolo (LSCA), and this year's host, De La Salle Lipa (DLSL).

The two-day tournament was held on May 27 and June 3 with the opening ceremony on the second day and inspired by the theme, "Celebrating 10 Years of Promoting Lasallian Solidarity and Teamwork thru Sports Competition."  The program kicked off with a parade by school as athletes strutted on the court in their official uniform.

Special Asst. to the Pres. for Lasallian Initiatives, Br. Leonilo Estrellas Jr. FSC, graced the event and shared an inspirational message, advising the athletes to be guided by the homily in the Holy Mass that preceded the program. He reiterated the celebrant's point to foster friendship and bond over the various fun games.

After two days of good-natured matches, the following were the overall winners: first place, DLSU; second place, DLSL; and third place DLS-CSB.

Below are the results.

 

Badminton Men

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   Champion  :  DLS-CSB

 
Badminton Women

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLS-Manila

 
Table Tennis Men

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLSL

 
Table Tennis Women

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU-D
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   Champion  :  DLS-CSB

 
Chess Men

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   Champion  :  DLSU

 
Chess Women

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSZ
   Champion  :  DLSU

 
Darts (Mixed)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   Champion  :  DLSL

 
Cultural - Vocal Solo

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU-D
   Champion  :  DLSZ

 

Cultural - Vocal Duet

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU-D
   Champion  :  DLS-HSI

 
Fun Games

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
    Champion  :  DLSL

 
Modified Duathlon (Men)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   Champion  :  DLS-CSB

 
Modified Duathlon (Women)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLSL

 
Track - 50 meters (Men)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSZ
   Champion  :  DLSU

 
Track - 50 meters (Women)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   Champion  :  DLSAU

 
Track - 100 meters (Men)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLSU

 
Track - 100 meters (Women)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLSAU

 
Track - 4x100 Relay (Mixed)

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-CSB
   Champion  :  DLSU

 
Volleyball Men

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSL
   1st Runner-Up  : DLSU
   Champion  :  DLS-HSI

 
Volleyball Women

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLS-HSI
   Champion  :  DLSL

 
Basketball

   2nd Runner-Up  :  DLSU-D
   1st Runner-Up  :  DLSU
   Champion  :  DLS-HSI




Newest Batch of DLSL CPA Passers: May 2017 Exam
In the most recent Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination, 22 Lasallians from De La Salle Lipa successfully earned the CPA title.

The Professional Regulation Commission announced that a total of 3,389 passers out of 9,645 who took the exam in May 2017, conducted in Manila, Baguio, Cagayon De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo and Legazpi. DLSL garnered 57.26 percent passing rate against the national 36.48 percent.

Among the successful examinees are the following DLSL alumni:
1. AMOROSO, JEANNE KATHLEEN NARTE
2. AUSTRIA, CAMILLE INCIONG
3. CAFE, RONNEL PAUL HERNANDEZ
4. COSA, JOHN KENNETH ADAJAR
5. DE CHAVEZ, WYNETTE CARINGAL
6. DE SAGUN, MARIA MADELAINE VISSIA MACARAIG
7. DE SILVA, ALBERT LANDICHO
8. ENRICO, RACHELLE VERGARA
9. GARCIA, EVANGELINE GIMUTAO
10. ILAGAN, ARLENE CASTILLO
11. ILAGAN, RUSHEIL IRA MARASIGAN
12. MACATANGAY, RONNA MARRIE HERNANDEZ
13. MANALO, HAZEL ANN MANTUANO
14. MANTUANO, AIRIESH LALUSIN
15. MARANAN, MARVIN ALIWALAS
16. PRADO, KATHLEEN CLARISSE PARDUCHO
17. QUIZON, CLARK CHRISTIAN CORNEJO
18. QUIZON, MHABELLE JAVILLO
19. SANDOVAL, JANINE RIA ZARASPE
20. SOLIS, PATRICK TUMAMBING
21. TAN, ANGELYN GRACE DOCE
22. VENEGAS, ELYSSAH JANNE SALAZAR



"Parangal 2017: College of Law"
In light of the successful turnout of the De La Salle Lipa College of
Law 2016 Philippine BAR Examinations, it was only fitting to give thanks
and celebrate the Lasallian lawyers' major achievement.

Beaming
administrators, led by President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Amisola FSC,
ecstatic professors and parents, jubilant new batch of Lasallian
lawyers, and expectant Law students gathered on May 17, 2017 at the Cafe
Le Barako of Chez Rafael in anticipation of the impending testimonial.

A
message from the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alice
Botardo, commenced the program. She recounted the events leading to the
announcement of the 2016 Philippine BAR Examinations while they were
having a VCAR Council meeting. She noticed the restless Dean Atty.
Emerito Enginco of the College of Law could not contain his anxiety at
that time until he received the complete list of passers. The VCAR and
the rest of the group were only appeased upon learning the 100 percent
passing rate and they could not be happier.

Guest, Dean Ed
Vincent Albano of the Albano BAR Review Center, meanwhile had a simple
but challenging initial statement in his remarks to the Lasallian Law
students, "Review preparations start from the first day of school." He
elucidated that the Filipino word "tiyaga" (perseverance) of the
students in four years could potentially lead them to the results they
are aspiring for.

Following the messages, the new Lasallian
lawyers took turn in disclosing their varying and often bittersweet
journeys. Atty. Karen Gaile L. Andaleon, JD took the podium first in an
emotional state but managed to thank her mother for never leaving her
side throughout her challenging Law student life. She likewise expressed
her gratitude to each of her batchmates by reminiscing their memorable
moments.

On the other hand, Atty. Carla Therese L. Arriola, JD
once daydreamed at the first DLSL College of Law testimonial she
attended. She dreamt that she would one day stand before the DLSL
community and share her own take on the nerve-racking experience of
reviewing for the BAR exams. But the irony of it was when her dream came
true she stood before her fellow Lasallians struggling for words. But
shortly after recovering, her most valuable tip to the students was her
mantra when she was down and demotivated, "Don't forget what you're
doing it for."

Talking about her own take meant sharing sorrow
and pain, according to Atty. Kristine L. Castillo, JD. It was indeed
bittersweet as her faith was put to the test on her initial BAR exams.
She nonetheless redeemed herself and proved that her next exam would be
answer to her prayers.

In the case of CPA sixth placer, Atty.
Jillian Kristin A. Deveza, CPA, JD, it was one thing to pass the BAR
exams but it was a totally different story to fall short of people's
expectations who were counting on her to become the next topnotcher.
Nevertheless, after realizing that God made her the bearer of good news
(as she was the source of the institution's outstanding performance of
100 percent passing rate) it was more than enough consolation on her
part.

The roaring crowd hinted the turn of another passer that
the batch fondly calls as the class clown, Atty. Marianito L. Dio, Jr.,
JD. His punch lines did not disappoint the audience while he told his
own story in the most comic way possible though it still contained the
conflicts and hardships he encountered. A great testament to this was
the opening of classes, which he called "the longest week of my life."

It
would have been the best news to his loved ones if only the father of
Atty. Roy Mikhail V. Galvez, JD made it to the announcement of the BAR
passers. He passed away a week before the release of results and the
young Lasallian lawyer said his father's smile would have been the best
present for successfully overcoming the challenges he faced.

Meanwhile,
Atty. Ian Jerrick B. Inandan, CPA, JD pondered on his decision to leave
the job he has learned to love and appreciate in order to pursue and
focus on his postgraduate degree. And after passing the exams, he
experienced a flashback of everything he had been through and thought
that it was all worth the sacrifices.

Finally, when Atty. Rowell
B. Malabag, JD took the podium, the "Kuya (Big Brother) of Law School"
was cheered in unison by the Law students. He used the venue to express
his appreciation and thanked the institution and the people who
supported him to complete his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees. 

The
College of Law School Dean Emerito Enginco wrapped up the occasion by
citing the outstanding characteristics of each member of the batch. And
as a final challenge to his beloved passers he reminded them of the
first part of the Lasallian prayer - that they are "always in the
presence of God."




Invitation to Pre-bid: ONE YEAR BLANKET AGREEMENT ON OFFICE SUPPLIES FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2017 - 2018

Invitation to Pre-Bid: GROUP PERSONAL ACCID ENT INSURANCE PROVID ER FOR SCHOOL YEAR 2 017 - 2018

Invitation to Pre-bid: CONSTRUCTION OF FEEDER LINE FROM POWER HOUSE 3 TO CBEAM AND MABINI BLDG.

INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR
Qualification Standards:

-  Units in MS in Industrial Engineering
-  Knowledge in IE Software Application (Minitab, SPSS)
-  CIE or PIE

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCTOR
Qualification Standards:

-  MS in Information Technology or MS Computer Science graduate
-  CISCO certified

Industry's Finest Local Talents Grace MAD Summit 2017
This year's Multimedia Arts and Design (MAD) Summit 2017 gathered the industry's seasoned and budding practitioners, featuring De La Salle Lipa's in demand alumni, on April 24-25 at the SENTRUM.

Multimedia students, professionals, and enthusiasts turned up in the two-day event to learn best practices and trends in the ever-evolving creative field of the invited resource speakers.

Guided by the theme, "Innovation and Sustainable Design: Facets of Responsible Artistry," the first day's roster of speakers was composed of outstanding DLSL alumni, top billed by Burn Gutierrez, author of Philippines' first ever personal finance-influenced comic book "The Adventures of Pepot Kuripot and Dora Gastadora" and co-author of "Cyberpreneur Philippines."

More young Lasallians generously shared their expertise including Roan Contreras, multi-awarded indie game developer; Gillian Tolentino, freelance illustrator, children's book artist and graphic arts reviewer; Soraya Dimayuga, writer; Rome John Maramo, digital news gathering specialist of ABS-CBN (TV Patrol); Merille Medina, graphic designer; Jerome Antonio, video editor and colorist; and Rome John Maramo, digital news gathering specialist of ABS-CBN (TV Patrol).

It was another distinguished DLSL alumna, Engr. Aisa Mijeno, CEO and Co-founder of Sustainable Alternative Lighting (SALt), who commenced the second day of the conference. Subsequent speakers included A.G. Sano, internationally renowned painter and professional photographer; John Raymond Bumanglag, illustrator graphic designer; Vernon Manlapaz, 3D Animation and VFX Manager at Animaticmedia in Burbank, California; Chris Egan Roxas, CEO and Chief Creative Director Founding of the XS Group; Jerry Lozano, President and CEO of Lozatech Digital Marketing Inc., alongside Judge Hernandez; and Jourdan Sebastian, Chief Evangelist Officer of Taclob.

Aside from the presentations, MAD Summit likewise exhibited the videos and photos of DLSL's budding artists who are poised to follow the footsteps of their mentors and the resource speakers they look up to.|

An apt token was literally drawn from the fifth staging of MAD Summit at it was capped with a visual collaboration in a form of a mural, courtesy of artist A.G. Sano along with select participants.

Multimedia Arts senior students organized the event, which aims to "uphold best practices, gather individuals of same interest and promote collaboration through interactive learning and activities."











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DLSL College of Law Releases New Entrance Requirements
In compliance with the Legal Education Board's (LEB) recent announcement on the changes in the application of aspiring law students in all law schools in the country, the following are the entrance requirements to the Juris Doctor Program of De La Salle Lipa College of Law for SY 2017-2018:
  1. Take the PhilSAT, or the Philippine Law School Admission Test, per Legal Education Board Memorandum Order No. 7, Series of 2016
    • Test Date: April 16, 2017 (Easter Sunday)
    • Test Venue: Manila, Baguio, Legaspi, Cebu, Iloilo, Davao or Cagayan De Oro
    • Registration Dates: March 2-April 3, 2017
    • Testing Fee: P 1,000.00 to be paid to CEM, Inc., commissioned by LEB to administer the PhilSAT
    (Please see www.cem-inc.org.ph/philsat/ for details and instructions)
  2. Passing Score: Fifty-five percent (55%) or higher as shown in a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) to be issued by CEM, Inc. / LEB
  3. Interview by the DLSL College of Law Dean, and
  4. Compliance with basic institutional admission requirements of the DLSL Admissions Office [(043) 756-5555, local 238]
  5. CEL 1 - Certificate of Eligibility to take-up Law (Compliance with 18 units - Social Sciences, 6 units - Math, and 18 units - English)
  6. mportant Reminder: Honor graduates granted professional civil service eligibility pursuant to P.D. No. 907 who are enrolling within 2 years from their college graduation are EXEMPTED from the PhilSAT for purposes of admission to the DLSL College of Law.

DLSL Scores 100% Pass Rate in November 2016 NLE
In the November 2016 Nurse Licensure Examination, De La Salle Lipa got a perfect passing rate with three passers out of three examinees, namely, Mark Joy Bagsic Aguila, Pauline Angela Sarmiento, and Emmanuel Chester Ozaeta Guerra.

The Philippine Regulatory Commission announced that the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing in the cities of Manila, Baguio Cagayan de Oro, Cebu Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Tacloban, Tuguegarao, and Zamboanga, produced 6,836 passers out 14,322 hopefuls or 47.73% national passing rate.




Film Fest Inspires DLSL's Yuletide Celebration
It was a night of glitz and glamour as the Lasallian Partners paraded on the red carpet in their formal attire at the Institutional Christmas Party on December 16, 2016.

With the theme Lasallian Film Festival, the SENTRUM was sparkling with huge chandeliers studded with crystal-like paper cut-outs, while the pastel sheets that hovered over the attendees heightened the festive mood.

After a sumptuous early dinner of the attendees upon arrival, the Christmas message delivered by the President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Jose Amisola, officially began the affair. The Brother President's brief but meaningful speech depicted the essence of the yuletide season and shared his warmest greetings to everyone.

Inspired by the theme, the night would not have been complete without the presentations of the Lasallian Partners in a friendly competition. Participants were grouped into five according to their offices or division and rendered in their most creative way their chosen movie adaptation of world-renowned stage plays.

Invited guests, William Mercado, freelance model, Emerson Reyes, Indie Film Director and De La Salle Lipa faculty member, and Lt. Col. Zarina Mangubat, Fernando Air Base, Lipa City, were tasked to judge the presentations based on characterization, technical excellence and quality of performance.

After the groups' superb rendition of their own version of the entries, Mary Poppins by the Grade School and Senior High School was adjudged as the grand winner and even bagged the special awards for Best in Poster and Production Designs.

First runner-up was the Sound of Music by the College of Education, Arts and Sciences, College of Information Technology and Engineering, and College of Nursing while its performers, Joseph Angelou Ng and Nadine Aubrey Balbin, won, respectively, Best Performance in a Male Role and a Female Role.

Second runner-up was the Cats by the Office of the President, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Mission, Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration, Office for Strategy and Advancement, Office for Finance, and Office for Technology and Innovation.

Commendations are also due for entries for the performers of King and I by the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy and Management, College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management, and Office of the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, and The Phantom of the Opera by the Junior High School and Office of the Principal.

Aside from the performers, Lasallian Partners who stood out for exuding the awards night vibe received special recognition as the Female Star of the Night won by Angelie Rose Bautista, and the Male Star of the Night, Billy Wilson Lim.

As the event wrapped up, more winners were announced for the raffled off items courtesy of generous sponsors.




Little Archers Olympics Comes in Full Circle
Indeed, big things come in little packages. The pint-sized kindergarten pupils of Luzon-based La Salle schools in the country took the assembly by storm as they met together for the 6th Little Archers Olympics on November 10, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

Young Lasallian delegations from participating schools, La Salle College Antipolo, De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle University - Integrated School (Science and Technology Complex), De La Salle Santiago Zobel, La Salle Green Hills, and De La Salle Lipa, paraded in their most adorable cheerleader outfits.

The applause of the parents and audience reverberated on campus as the little ones took turn by school to perform their much anticipated cheer and dance numbers that never fail to tickle the viewers' fancy. It was followed by a series of games specially designed for them which they obviously enjoyed.

De La Salle Lipa cordially hosted this year's event, themed "Championing the Animo," as it came in full circle.



IAU Confab Cites DLSL's Sustainable Efforts
International Association of University's newest member, De La Salle Lipa, took the opportunity to participate in the former's 15th General Conference themed "Higher Education: A Catalyst for Innovative and Sustainable Societies."

On November 13-16, 2016, hundreds of delegations from various universities across the globe converged for the event in Bangkok, Thailand, hosted by four universities, Chulalongkorn University, Siam University, Sunaree University of Technology, and Asian Institute of Technology.

Consistent with the theme, the conference focused on "sharing strategies and practices that demonstrate how higher education institutions contribute to innovation and sustainability. Equally importantly, the Conference will determine what more HEI's can do, especially through IAU, to become true catalyst for change."

Topics on "The impact of ICT developments on society and its spillover on higher education; innovation and sustainable development through higher education leadership, research and curriculum; opening up higher education for inclusive societies," among others, were tackled in the plenary sessions. In addition, interactive case study presentations relative to the theme were also featured by university representatives from Pakistan, Sweden, India, The Netherlands, Mexico, Ireland, to name a few.

As an educational institution actively engaged in sustainable advocacies, DLSL was cited twice in the course of the discussions, acknowledging its efforts for taking concrete steps in addressing environmental issues.



The DLSL delegation was headed by its President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Amisola FSC, together with Chief Finance Officer, Jhyn Concordia, Vice Chancellor for Administration, Engr. Isidro Frio, Executive Offices Director, Dfezie Tipan, Linkages and International Relations Director, Cecil Quigley, Research and Publications Director, Edgar Allan Castro, and College of Nursing Dean, Dr. Alice Barte.











DLSL: Second Top Performing School in Secondary Education Board Exam
In the September 2016 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) - Secondary Education (BSED), De La Salle Lipa was hailed as the second top performing school in the national level.

The institution garnered 91.38% with 53 passers out of 58 examinees, while the national turn out was 33.78% with 31,334 passers out of 92,754.

The aforementioned outcome is similar to the LET - Elementary Education (BEED) results as DLSL scored 90.48% with 19 passers out 21 examinees, with a huge margin versus the national passing percentage of 30.18% for 23,378 passers out of 77,466 examinees.

Last year's batch of DLSL examinees produced topnotcher, Joseph Angelu I. Ng, who placed sixth in the September 2015 LET as the institution scored 91.18% - BSED and 91.67% - BEED.








IS Mathletes Reap Awards in Intl Contests
Fresh from their respective international competition, young but seasoned Mathletes of De La Salle Lipa's Integrated School, Alex Anthony Andal and Alexander Benedict Bulloso, both in Grade 5-BB 310, brought honor and pride to the country, along with the Philippine delegations.

Andal was one of the selected representatives at the 2016 Wizard Mathematics International Contest held in Lucknow, India on October 20-27, 2016 who successfully bagged two bronze medals.

Bulloso, meanwhile, received his well-deserved bronze medal at the 2016 Challenge for Future Mathematicians' Competition on October 28-31, 2016 held in Bangkok Thailand. The Philippines garnered 22 medals.

Prior to their recent international exposure, the young Lasallians productively participated in local competitions where they both reaped several accolades.








IS, Sci-Math Over-All Champs
Ending strong in their recent engagement in a competition, the young Lasallians from the Integrated School ruled the 8th Sci-Math Interschool Challenge held October 15, 2016 at De La Salle University Integrated School, Binan City.

Various events of the contest entailed not only intellectual challenges but even the participants' artistry and creativity in the annual academic and cultural program.

In the grade school division, the ECO-Dancers got the top prize, while the Sci-Math Quiz Bee Grade 6 contestants, Andre Jerahmy Amante (BB-406), Matthew Daniel Dalangin (BB-41), and Jodel Benedict Munoz (BB-41) were the First Runners-Up. Meanwhile, other representatives provided valuable contributions as well in two events: Kyla Rica Magnaye and Arabella Matunog - Poster Making, and Frederique Anne Napiza, Sebastian Miguel Balayo, and Robinne John Altar - Sci-Math Spelling.

Junior high school participants dominated their own events with the following awards: Champions in the Sci-Math Quiz Bee, Angelo Vince Perez-Grade 8 (LS-408), Kiana Alecsandra Garing- Grade 9 (BM-100) and John Bien Uy-Grde 10 (MM-201).

Champions in Sci-Math Race, Angelina Mae Precilla-Grade 9 (BM-100), Jon Zedrick Macahia-Grade 8 (LS-408), Lanz Lorenzo Bosita-Grade 10 (MM-201) and Martin Andrei Flores-Grade 10 (MM-201). 

Champions in Sci-Math Digital Poster Making, Julian Fernando Runio III-Grade 10 (MM-201), Sofia Patulot-Grade 10 (MM-203) and Renz Earl Louis Sapitanan-Grade 9 (BM-100).

Champions in Sci-Math Infomercial, Meliah Isabel Sebuc-Grade 9 (BM-100), Daphne Angelique Ng-Grade 9 (BM-100), Bea Clariza Caraan-Grade 9 (BM-100), Aedrian Joshua De Castro-Grade 9 (BM-100) and Anika Therese Nicanor-Grade 9 (BM-100).

First Runners-Up in Sci-Math Infomercial, Lorenzo Miguel Villapando-Grade 10 (MM 201), Jacob Vince Macatangay-Grade 10 (MM-201), Andrae Jamal Tecson-Grade 10 (MM-201), Rey Edward Arcega-Grade 10 (MM-201), Carlo Lorenzo Cadiz-Grade 10 (MM 201).

Sci-Math Modulo Art contestants, Patrick Renz Tibayan and Danielle Araez, were also given commendation for their significant participation.

Meanwhile, compliments were also extended to all those who supported and provided their valuable contributions for the successful turn out for the contestants.





Institutional Triduum Mass Held in Honor of St. Br. Solomon
Congregating in thanksgiving, the multi-sector members of the De La Salle Lipa community joined the rest of the Lasallians in the country and other parts of the world to celebrate the canonization of St. Br. Solomon Leclerq through a Triduum Mass from October 12-14, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

The initial Eucharistic celebration was attended by students from the colleges and senior high school, which was likewise dedicated to the priests of the Archdiocese of Lipa. It was a concelebrated mass led by Fr. Eugene Hechanova, together with the Parish Priest, Fr. Ilde Dimaano (Divina Pastora Parish), Fr. Russell Matuloy, Fr. Tonyo Umali, Fr. Bobot Hernandez, Fr. Clarence Patag, and Fr. Jumy De Claro.

On the second installment of the Triduum Mass, grade school pupils and retirees were the main attendees. Former Lasallian Partners, Reynaldo Gamol, Gloria Salazar, Marcia Guevarra, Fe Sala, Maria Luz Morada, Rey Villegas, Myrna Javier, Ferdinand and Juliet Conti, Pablo and Elsie Rabago, Maria Theresa Latay, Imelda Silva, Imelda Castillo, Erlina De Jesus, Lito Sarmiento and Aileen Torres on behalf of her father, Jovencio Torres, gladly joined in the rare occasion. The guests were treated to a campus tour and sumptuous lunch after the mass.

Junior high school students and families of the De La Salle Brothers of Batangas participated on the last mass that was held. The young Lasallians were joined by former Department of Education Secretary, Br. Armin Luistro FSC, the family of Br. Dindo Maralit FSC, along with Br. Eugene De Luna FSC and Br. Mike Pua FSC and their families. The guests were likewise given a tour of the campus and bonded over lunch which was hosted by the DLSL Brothers' community.

Although centuries apart and despite the countless of generations in between, the young Lasallians have come to know the first martyr of the De La Salle Brothers. Through a comprehensive summary of the life story provided by Br. Jun Estrellas FSC, who painstakingly shared key information about Br. Solomon prior to each Eucharistic celebration, members of the community learned the ordeal and how, the recently canonized saint, had prevailed the challenges of his time.

St. Br. Solomon, pray for us.







Lavoxa Reaps Special Citation at 38th CMMA
In recognition for promoting responsible journalism and creative communication, Lavoxa Broadsheet was awarded a "Special Citation" at the 38th Catholic Mass Media Awards (CMMA), held at the Star Theater, CPP Complex, Pasay City, on October 12.

Among 22 entries from different colleges and universities in the country, Lavoxa was among six finalists in the student print category which includes publications from Bataan Peninsula State University, Batangas State University, Lyceum of the Philippines University - Batangas, University of Santo Tomas and University of Rizal System. The Varsitarian from the University of Santo Tomas took home this year's trophy.

Vince Dimaculangan, former editor-in-chief, received the plaque along with members of the editorial board.

Lavoxa's literary folio, Utak Berde, was also nominated for Best Student Literary Publication for its "slambook issue" under the editorship of Clarence Dominique Velasco.

Archbishop Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle, D.D., honorary chairman of the CMMA, opened the awarding night with words to reflect on in light of current national issues, "Communication [when] mercifully done - is the only communication that is listened to and can evoke change," he said.

This is Lavoxa's sixth CMMA recognition since L Magazine won in 2007. L Magazine has since then been inducted in the CMMA Hall of Fame in 2010. Lavoxa Tabloid won Best College Student Organ in 2014.






IS Celebrates World Teacher's Day
The young Lasallians joined the rest of the world on October 5, 2016 in celebration and commemoration of the people whom they have considered as their second parents at their second home, the school.

Starting with a morning treat, the organizers, Integrated School - Student Activity Office and the Student Coordinating Board (SCB), made sure that the special day - Teacher's Day - will begin with a thoughtful gesture by serving breakfast to the teachers.

A specially prepared program took place in the afternoon at the Br. Henry Virgil Gym which commenced with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist. After which, students led their simple yet another memorable tribute to the teachers.

In a reversal of role, it was the student leader's turn to address their teachers in the welcome remarks of the SCB President, Chantal Therese Laude, where appreciation and gratitude poured out.

Aside from the variety show and raffle items given away by the young Lasallians, a tribute to one of the most seasoned teachers of the Integrated School, Ms. Millette Sarmiento, was also given.

Attendees bonded over their delectable refreshments as the program concluded.








#BFF: Grand DLSL Gathering
In a grand gesture by De La Salle Lipa, the school community shall open its doors to all alumni along with the members of their families, and that of the employees, for one whole day of fun and bonding on October 22, 2016, Saturday.

With no entrance fee, DLSL has prepared activities that will cater to kids and adults alike, from sunup to sundown. Registration will start at 6:30 in the morning.

This is an opportunity for the alumni to go back to their alma mater and witness the changes the school has undergone. They could also meet and greet with their former teachers, coaches, or mentors who are still active in service. This will also pave the way for their family members to see the place that their parents or grandparents have once called as their second home and reminisce on memorable or unforgettable moments that took place on campus.

All these may happen while everybody participates or simply enjoy watching the following: Splash 2.0 Family Color Run (with registration fee), zumba, parlor games, noontime show and videoke party, volleyball and basketball exhibition games, family art activities, and a bingo bonanza with PHP 20,000.00 cash grand prize (each bingo card is with minimal fee). The entire day of fun-filled activities will conclude with an anticipated mass.

In addition, an array of booths will be available serving food and other items.

For more information regarding the Splash 2.0 Family Color Run, please contact the Integrated School Student Activity Office at (043) 756-5555, local 273. Meanwhile, other activities may be inquired through the Strategic Communications Office at local 228 or at email address stratcomm@dlsl.edu.ph.

Updates and announcements are also posted on the institution's social media accounts, @dlslofficial - instagram, @DLSLofficial - twitter and facebook.com/delasallelipa - facebook account.



DLSL Now Member of Int'l Association of Universities
In pursuit of stronger ties and furtherance of internationalization, De La Salle Lipa is now a member of the International Association of Universities (IAU) starting October 1, 2016.

With over 600 members worldwide, the prominent alliance of prestigious universities "advocates for higher education policies and practices that respect diverse perspectives and promote social responsibility. It encourages innovation, mutual learning, and cooperation among institutions with a particular emphasis on leadership." This mission of the IAU reflects the initiatives of DLSL which makes the union mutually beneficial.

With the institution's strategic directions underway, a broad-spectrum of the programs will address collaboration and cultivate social inclusion as DLSL's wide network and growing number of international partners continue to thrive.   

Currently, IAU, founded in 1950 as a "UNESCO-based worldwide association of higher education institutions," has nine member schools from the country along with other La Salle school, De La Salle-College of St. Benilde. The organization has brought together institutions from 120 countries, with Europe having the most number of members at 40%, followed by the Asia and the Pacific at 24%, Middle East - 13%, Africa - 11%, North America - 7%, and the Latin America and Caribbean - 5%.




CAO sponsors Solidarity in PErformAnCE
In an effort to raise awareness of peace situations and sustainabilities through the arts, the Sports and Culture Directorate, through the Culture and Arts Office (CAO), sponsored a peace talk and performance art on September 15, 2016 through partnership with Solidarity in PErformAnCE Pilipinas (SIPA) and Tupada Action and Media (TAMA) artists group network.

Rebecca Lawson, peace advocate and member of Pilgrims for Peace, a non-profit organization and church-based group working for lasting peace and social justice around the world, delivered a talk on peace situation in the country. The talk was attended by select grade 11 and college students and faculty members. After the talk, attendees were encouraged to ask and share responses.

Maria Victoria Munoz, a Columbian performance artist who has been living in the Philippines for several years now presented a video of her "palengke" performance shot in Lipa City public market a few hours before the talk. Participating artists were also allotted time to share peace situation in their home country. Futoshi Moromizato shared peace situation and a brief history of his town, Okinawa in Japan. There was point in the discussion where Lawson apologized on behalf of her country-the USA. for the disturbance of peace and social injustices caused by presence of US military bases in countries like Japan and the Philippines.

In the afternoon, performance artists from South Korea, Joyoung Park, Intri Somatri and Willhem Christiawan from Indonesia, Futoshi Moromizato from Japan, Inti Barrios Hernandez from Mexico, Carmelo Vim Nadera, Ph.D., Nic Aca, Herminigildo Pineda, Mael De Guzman, and members of Teatro Lasalyano  from the Philippines capped the peace- themed project with their  performances at the Senator Diokno Building facade.

The group flew to Bacolod with another partnership with University of Saint La Salle Artist Hub and Museo Negrense De La Salle to initiate performance art in the university through De La Salle Lipa CAO's network.




Retirement
In consideration of the changes in the new school year, and to be consistent with the provision for optional retirement regarding computation of retirement benefit, the period covered for the vacation leave and end of reporting/extension of service for faculty and non-teaching partners will be as follows:

From previous school years:
                                                           
 Vacation LeaveEnd of reportingPayment
Faculty30 calendar daysApril 15May 15
Staff15 daysMay 15May 15

Starting school year 2016-2017:
                                                           
 Vacation LeaveEnd of reportingPayment
Faculty30 calendar daysJune 15July 15
Staff15 daysJuly 15July 15


Thank you very much.

DLSL Aces Recent RME Board Exam
In the September 2016 Electrical Engineer Licensure Examinations, the Philippine Regulatory Commission announced that 2,525 out of 3,709 Registered Master Electricians successfully passed. The exam was given by the Board of Electrical Engineering in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi and Lucena.

De La Salle Lipa scored 100% with five out of five successful examinees against the national passing rate of 68.08%.

The DLSL community compliments its successful examinees below.

1.      DOMINGO, MARITONI MANALO
2.      GEMPES, MICHAEL CALLO
3.   ONA, BRYAN CAPUSI
4.   SISON, JOAQUIN TIMOTEO MATIENZO
5.   VILELA, JAIRUS AZRA PANGANIBAN

IS PALARO SA AKLATAN 2016

 

MALIGAYANG PAGBATI sa lahat ng nagwagi sa ginanap na "Palaro sa Aklatan 2016" noong Agosto 30-31, 2016.

 

MABUHAY ANG WIKA AT PANITIKANG PILIPINO!


IS INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAM 2016

INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAM SCHEDULE

LRC Orientation New Students -  August 9, 2016

LRC Orientation  Grade 1 -  August 10, 2016

Online Databases/Basic Sourcing  Grade 10 - August 12-19, 2016

LRC Orientation  Grade 7 -  August 22- September 2, 2016

Online Databases/Basic Sourcing Grade 9 - September 5-16, 2016

LRC Orientation Kinder - September 13, 2016

LRC Orientation Nursery 2 - September 14, 2016

LRC Orientation Nursery 1 - September 15, 2016

Online Databases/Basic Sourcing  Grade 8 - September 19-30, 2016


ID Picture Taking

All College Students


 


Please be informed that you are excused from your classes on your scheduled ID picture taking. Please refer to the previous announcement for the details of your schedules.


 


Thank you


The Investiture of the 5th President of DLSL
In a rare occasion in which representatives from different sectors, select members of the De La Salle Lipa community and guests gather with De La Salle Brothers, a monumental ceremony is to be anticipated.

It was the investiture of the fifth Brother President of De La Salle Lipa, Br. Dante Jose R. Amisola FSC, the most recent milestone to signal not only a new beginning of the academic year, but a fresh start for the entire school community.

The special occasion was fittingly preceded with a reverential celebration of the Holy Eucharist, led by His Excellency Ramon Arguelles, DD, Archbishop of the Archdiocese of Lipa, held at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle.

Consequently, the program commenced at the SENTRUM with the remarks of the occasion delivered by the Brother Visitor of the Lasallian East Asia District (LEAD), Br. Edmundo Fernandez FSC, signifying the magnitude of the responsibility that Br. Dante was confidently bestowed upon.

Leading the ceremonial appointment of the president was DLSL Board of Trustees (BOT) Chair, Br. Raymundo Suplido FSC. Following the rites was his message which highlighted Br. Dante's tour of ministry. He pointed out that the new president would bring "with him various gifts and talents from his wide exposure to different Lasallian institutions."

BOT members, Sr. Cora Manalo, DC, and Br. Felipe Belleza FSC, took charge of the donning of the Presidential Regalia - a distinctive green robe, based on the traditional doctoral gown, with four black velvet chevrons on each sleeve.

Another BOT member, Br. Augustine Boquer FSC, turned over the Medallion and Chain of Office - symbolizing the continuity of tradition, the chain of office is engraved with the names of the former presidents, and years served. It is one of the oldest symbols of authority.

For the Presidential Mace - which represents the authority and signifies the academic independence and excellence, former DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, took the lead in the turnover.

The oath of office followed suit, administered by the De La Salle Philippines President and Auxiliary Visitor of LEAD, Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC. This last part of the ceremonial rites called for the inaugural address by the new Brother President, Br. Dante.

Underscoring his four directions, Br. Dante elucidated his best interest for the institution, following his predecessor's successful improvements on the campus that has grown by leaps and bounds.

Through the newest campaign, "Driving What's Next," which implies the course that DLSL would take, the Brother President presented before the community gist of the following directions: Driving Innovation and 21st Century Education, Creating Sustainable Futures, Engaging Diverse Stakeholders in our Shared Mission, and Championing Social Inclusion and Justice Initiatives.

After the insightful and eventful ceremony, all attendees feasted on a sumptuous lunch to bond over the recent celebration.




Initial Schedule of Classes for Grade School
DE LA SALLE LIPA Integrated School
Grade School Schedule of Classes


AUGUST 9

Nursery 1 (1st) - 7:50 - 8:50
DISMISSAL TIME:  8:50 am

(2nd) - 10:50 - 11:50
DISMISSAL TIME: 11:50 am

Nursery 2 (1st) - 7:00- 9:30
DISMISSAL TIME:  9:30 am

(2nd) - 11:50 - 2:30
DISMISSAL TIME: 2:30 pm

Kinder (1st) - 7:00 - 10:00
DISMISSAL TIME: 10:00 am

(2nd) - 11:40 - 2:40
DISMISSAL TIME: 2:40 pm
(Regular schedule will be followed from August 10 onwards)


AUGUST 8

Grades 1 - 3 - 7:00 - 11:20 (Student's Orientation with the Advisers)
9:00 - 9:20 - Recess
DISMISSAL TIME: 11:20 am
(Regular schedule will be followed from August 9 onwards)

Grades 4 - 6
7:00 - 11:20 - (Student's Orientation with the Advisers)
9:40 - 10:00 - Recess
11:20 - 12:20 - Lunch
12:20 - 1:20 - Classroom Activities
1:20 - 3:00 - (Student's Orientation with the GM)
3:00 pm- DISMISSAL TIME
(Regular schedule will be followed from August 9 onwards)
                                           

REGULAR SCHEDULE SY 2016-2017

NURSERY 1
(1st) 7:50 -10:30
Recess : 9:30 - 9:50

(2nd) 10:50 - 1:40
Recess : 12:40 - 1:00

NURSERY 2
(1st) 7:00 - 10:30 (Monday-Thursday)
7:00 - 10:20 (Friday)
Recess : 9:10 - 9:30

(2nd) 11:50 - 3:10 (Monday-Thursday)
11:50 - 3:00 (Friday)
Recess : 1:50 -2:10


KINDER
(1st) 7:00 - 11:15 (Monday-Thursday)
7:00 - 10:55 (Friday)
Recess : 8:50 - 9:10
If there is Computer Class : Dismissal time will be at 12:05 pm

(2nd) 11:40  - 3:55 (Monday-Thursday)
11:40 - 3:35 (Friday)
Recess : 1:30 - 1:50
If there is Computer Class : Classes will start at 11:00 am

GRADES 1 and 2
7:00 - 2:20 (Monday)
7:00 - 1:40 (Tuesday - Friday)
Recess:  9:00 - 9:20
Lunch Break - 11:20 -12:20

GRADE 3
7:00 - 3:00 (Monday)
7:00 - 2:20 (Tuesday - Friday)
Recess:  9:00 - 9:20
Lunch Break - 11:20 -12:20

GRADES 4 AND 5
7:10 - 3:00 (Monday - Friday)
Recess:  9:40 - 10:00
Lunch Break - 11:20 - 12:20

GRADE 6
7:10 - 3:40 (Monday)
7:10 - 3:00 (Tuesday - Friday)
Recess: 9:00 - 9:20
Lunch Break - 11:20 - 12:20

IS Hosts 3rd EducFest
To ensure the 21st century readiness of the students, the De La Salle Lipa Integrated hosted this year the 3rd Educators' Learning Festival on July 30, 2016.

Attended by around 400 school administrators and teachers in the region, topics discussed were centered on the theme "Teaching and Learning in the 21st century."

Integrated School Principal, Mayolisa Mantuano, officially welcomed all the participants by sharing the importance of instilling the 21st century learning skills to administrators and teachers to maximize their professional advancement.

Select IS faculty members shared their expertise to the participants during the morning and afternoon breakout sessions.  Preschool, Grade School, Junior High School and Senior High School teachers were given topics on early childhood education, strategies to stimulate teaching English, Filipino, Math, and Science subjects, K-12 standards in P.E., alternative classroom activities, classroom-based action research, innovative classroom learning activities, strengthening laboratory skills, and transforming classroom learning using Edmodo and Google Apps.  The topics presented are aligned to instil the needed skills in learning and innovation for the 21st century young learners.

The 3rd Educators' Learning Festival's second leg is set this coming October and will be given to public schools teachers.

Corporate partners that were part of the success of the whole day event were C&E Publishing, Ephesians Publishing Incorporated, Phoenix Publishing House, Rex Bookstore, and Vibal Group of Companies.








Institutional Uniforms for SY2016-2017
Please be reminded that all full-time faculty and staff are required to wear the new prescribed uniform for SY2016-2017 starting August 1, 2016 (Monday), following the schedule below:                                                                                                
DAYMALEFEMALE
MondayBrown barong & slacksBrown stripes blouse & dark brown slacks/skirt
TuesdayGreen barong & slacksDark green with light green front piping blouse & greeen slacks/skirt
WednesdayWhite barong & slacksMint green stripes blouse & charcoal gray slacks/skirt
ThursdayGray barong & slacksPurple blouse & slacks/skirt
Friday
Office Attire
(polo shirt/barong & slacks)
Office Attire
(blouse & slacks/skirt)

Reminder: Lasallian Partners whose uniforms are not yet delivered (including those with alterations) should wear the old sets of uniform or may follow the appropriate dress code during wash days. 

UNIFORM DEDUCTION SCHEME 
Please be informed of the uniform deduction scheme starting June 10, 2016 in excess of the P3,300.00 allowance will be as follow: 

Schedule of Deduction: 
P100 to P500 - outright deduction (June 10, 2016) 
P501 to Pl,000 - 2 paydays (June 10 to June 25, 2016) 
Pl,00l to Pl,499 -   3 paydays (June 10 to July 10, 2016) 
Pl,500 to P2,000 - 4 paydays (June 10 to July 25, 2016) 
P2,00l to P2,500 - 6 paydays (June 10 to Aug 25, 2016) 
P2,501 to P3,000 - 8 paydays (June 10 to Sept. 25, 2016) 
P3,00l to P4,000 - 10 paydays (June 10 to Oct. 25, 2016) 
P4,00l to P5,500 - 12 paydays (June 10 to Nov. 25, 2016)
P5,50l to P6,000 - 14 paydays (June 10 to Dec. 25, 2016)
P6,00l to P6,500 - 16 paydays (June 10 to Jan. 25, 2017)
P6,50l to P7,000 - 18 paydays (June 10 to Feb. 25, 2017)
P7,00l to P7,500 - 20 paydays (June 10 to March 25, 2017) 


SANCTIONS FOR NOT WEARING THE PRESCRIBED UNIFORMS: 

1st offense - oral warning 2nd offense - written warning 
3rd offense - 1-2 days suspension 4th offense - 3-5 days suspension 

Notes:
  1. The Immediate superior has the responsibility to check, monitor and reprimand his/her subordinates for the offenses. 
  2. Every time a Lasallian Partner fails to wear the prescribed uniform he/she must write a letter of explanation to the immediate superior.
  3. The counting of accumulated infraction on the guidelines will be on a semestral basis. 

REITERATION OF THE APPROVED UNIFORM GUIDELINES: 
  1. APPROPRIATE DRESS CODE DURING REGULAR WORKING DAYS                                                       
     FOR MALEFOR FEMALE
    TOPPrescribed uniform for the school-yearPrescribed uniform for the school-year
    PANTSPrescribed uniform for the school-yearPrescribed uniform for the school-year
    FOOTWEAR> Leather shoes
    > Boots
    > Closed shoes with or without heels
    > Pumps
    > Open-tees shoes with heels will only be allowed to be worn with slacks

  2. APPROPRIATE DRESS CODE DURING FRIDAYS
     FOR MALEFOR FEMALE
    TOP> Shirts with collar
    >  Polo (short sleeves or long sleeves)
    > Blouse (short sleeves or long sleeves)
    > Dress
    PANTS> Slacks> Slacks
    > skirts (max. of 2 inches above the knee)
    FOOTWEAR> Leather shoes
    > Boots
    > Casual shoes
    > Closed shoes
    > Sandals (flats or with heels)

ON WEARING THE UNIFORM
  1. Wearing of the prescribed uniform on the scheduled day must be strictly observed. Do not mismatch the uniforms. Wearing old uniforms is highly discouraged.
  2. Full- time Lasallian Partners who are not yet qualified for the benefit shall not be excused from following the uniform guidelines. 
  3. During school days with special school activities, partners may wear the attire prescribed by the division heads. 
  4. PE teachers are allowed to wear the prescribed uniform in the performance of their work. 
  5. Pregnant Lasallian Partners are allowed to wear decent maternity dresses during the duration of their pregnancy.
  6. The official ID is part of the official uniform and MUST be worn at all times in the school premises.

EXEMPTIONS 
In the implementation of this Dress Code, certain exemptions may be allowed on the following grounds: 
  1. When the nature of the work of the Lasallian Partner demands that he/she wears clothing other than those prescribed above; 
  2. When a partner has physical disability and/or other legitimate health reasons, he/she must submit a medical certificate noted by the immediate superior to be forwarded to the Institutional Health Services which will be submitted to the HRD Office. The letter must indicate the duration of the excused non-compliance; 
  3. Other circumstances analogous to the foregoing. 

Please be guided accordingly. 

Identification Card (ID) Validation and Updating
Please be informed that for this school year (2016-2017), a Smart Card ID System will serve as the official ID of all Lasallian Partners.

While the ID System is still being processed, the HRD will be doing an update and validation of all existing IDs staring July 28, 2016 (Thursday), from 9:00 am - 11:00 am and 1:30 pm to 4:00 pm. All Lasallian partners are requested to visit the HRD office and see Ms. Noemi de Torres. Everyone is expected to have their IDs updated and validated before the start of the school year.

For your information and guidance. Thank you very much.

Individuals, Group Conferred with Gawad Alumni
This year, three individuals and for the first time, a group were bestowed the Blessed Brother Arnould Reche FSC Distinguished Annual Alumni Award or Gawad Alumni.

De La Salle Lipa's select administrators gathered with the alumni and guests on July 15, 2016 at the Diokno Auditorium to grant deserving alumni with a prominent recognition based on the "evidence of a broad, significant and far-reaching impact in the community, province, region, nation or international community by witnessing to the Lasallian ideals of faith, service and community; professional or personal activities to enhance individual competencies since graduation from DLSL, or in the case of the first batch in 1963, the Our Lady of the Rosary Academy; and there should be an evidence of integrity and competence and lives to foster patriotism, justice and sound normal and Lasallian values."

The story behind the title - Blessed Brother Arnould Reche FSC - was the main topic in the remarks given by the Chief Strategy and Advancement Officer, Arnold Capuloy, after the heartfelt greetings to the attendees. His explanation underscored the sacrifices and sanctity of the Blessed Brother which was substantiated by his own anecdotes after visiting the grave several times of the soon-to-be saint.   

Subsequently, this title was bestowed upon four rightful awardees in three different categories, handed by the DLSL representatives, Dr. Alicia Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, and Mayolisa Mantuano, Integrated School Principal.

One of the two awardees for Government and Public Service category was from High School Batch 1970, Dante M. Lantin, Assistant Undersecretary of the Department of Transportation and Communication (he was technically an awardee last year but could not make it to the awarding rites due to unforeseen events). His untainted and devotion to public service garnered several recognition through the years aside from Gawad Alumni.

Another awardee for the same category was from High School Batch 1974, Joel L. Tan-Torres, Chairman of Board of Accountancy (BOA) of the Philippine Regulatory Commission. This tax expert, who topped the May 1979 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination, was appointed as BOA Chairman by the President of the Philippines in May 2014.

An alumnus from High School Batch 1977, Atty. Alberto T. Muyot, Assistant Undersecretary of the Department of Education, was the awardee for the Education category. His valuable contribution through his child protection advocacy and the international human rights law as his expertise in the area of humanitarian law made him the worthy awardee for the said category.

And for the first time in history of the Gawad Alumni, a group, particularly, the High School Batch 1964 was granted the recognition through the President's Special Award. The batch, represented by Lito Abad, Rick Leyesa and Raul Vizconde, who gave a poignant speech, were on hand to accept the award. Since 2003, the group has started their scholarship grant named after their mentor, Br. Stephen Rabisa FSC Gift of Education. To date, 90 students have benefited from their endowment, and their graduates are gainfully employed.

Previous awardees, Dr. Roberto Magsino of Mary Mediatrix Medical Center and Roger Basco of DLSL were present to congratulate the new recipients of the Gawad Alumni.





Integrated School Research Journal: Vol. 3 Issue No. 1

Integrated

Integrated School Research Journal

Important Reminders for Grade 11 Students
With the impending orientation of the incoming Grade 11 students, scheduled on July 25, 2016, Monday, please be guided of the important reminders below.

On Orientation
1. All Grade 11 students are REQUIRED to attend the orientation on July 25, 2016
2. The program will start promptly at 8:00 am and will end at 12:00 noon.
2. Students need to register at the SENTRUM lobby from 7:30 to 8:00 am.
3. Students will be grouped according to their section. Printed class list will be posted at the SENTRUM lobby.
4. Students are advised to eat heavy breakfast.
5. The last hour of the orientation will be a tour to your respective classrooms.
9. Students are expected to come in decent and comfortable attire. Wearing of shorts and slippers are not allowed.

On School Uniform, Textbooks and ID picture taking:
1. Students will be asked to wear their school uniform by second week of August 2016.
2. Textbooks will be distributed during first day of classes. Book list will be made available at the Cashiers area. Payment must be made prior to release.
3. Students who failed to have their picture taken for their ID card during the scheduled picture taking can go to the Registrar's Office for a new schedule.



Survey on the Implementation of the Salary Scale
In line with the implementation of the approved salary scales for the Faculty (College and IS), Non-teaching (ANT and NANT), ASF (Librarian and Guidance Counselor), a committee was convened to the review current salary scale and the implementing rules and regulations.

In this regard, an online survey will be done to help the committee in its initial step for the review of the salary scale. Kindly accomplish the survey form which will be sent to your dlsl.edu.ph email account.

The deadline for the submission of the accomplished survey will be on July 14, 2016.

For questions/clarifications, please coordinate with your representatives:

Mr. Willy Bleza and Ms. Maricel Llamas - Non-teaching (ANT and NANT) partners

Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano - IS Grade School Faculty and Senior High School Faculty

Ms. Kristine Anne Dimaculangan - IS High School Faculty

Ms. Gina Dimaano and Ms. Jester Martinez - College Faculty

Ms. Maricel Llamas and Ms. Ces Quigley - ASF (Librarians and Guidance Counselors)


Thank you very much.

DLSL Bags Major Titles in MAFBEX 2016
In the 10th Manila Foods and Beverages Exposition (MAFBEX) Interschool Competition held June 8-12, 2016 at the World Trade Center, Manila, De La Salle Lipa's student representatives from the Hotel and Restaurant Management Department of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management won top awards.

Guided by this year's theme, "Elemental," entries in the Buffet Centerpiece Competition by the group members, Mikhaela Andrea M. Capuloy, Mariel M. Talde and Celeste T. Laqui (alternate), with coach Chef Patrick Henry Maravilla; and the Cooking Demo by group members, John Anthony M. Monsod and Ramon Paolo J. Casas, with coach Evangeline M. Necio, were both adjudged champions. 

DLSL's group representative in the debut of Buffet Centerpiece category makes history as its first winner. The team's entry titled, "Gaea Terra Firma," was inspired by the primal Greek goddess, Gaea, one of the deities that governed the universe before the Titans . . . symbolized the Earth and represented Mother Earth. On the other hand, Terra Firma is a Latin phrase meaning solid Earth (from terra, meaning earth, and firma, meaning solid). The set-up is mainly composed of different representational objects that emphasized flora and fauna; the whole aspect of the Earth element.

In the Cooking Demo Competition, the group's entry, "Herb Crufted Salmon with Balsamic Reduction Sauce and Roasted Vegetable," captivated not only the palate of the judges but their vision as well. With the unique take on the presentation - as the salmon sits on the hot river stone - the judges could not believe their eyes. It was the key element that favored the team in their category.

Other participating schools in both categories were De La Salle University-Dasmarinas (second place), Philippine Women's University (third place), University of Santos Tomas, and the Asian Institute of Maritime School.

MAFBEX Interschool Competition is in partnership with DLS-CSB School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management (SHRIM) Young Hoteliers Exposition, a subsidiary of Worldbex Services International (WOFEX).




Brigada Eskwela 2016
It has been a tradition for the De La Salle Lipa community members to participate in the annual outreach program, "Brigada Eskwela," to assist a neighboring elementary school in preparation for the opening of classes.

Volunteers, composed of 22 students and their leaders from the Integrated School and colleges, and 90 Lasallian Partners, led by the Community Involvement Officer, Arnel Dimaano, gathered on June 3, 2016 for the said event.

The group went to Sto. Toribio Elementary School, Lipa City, and went about their various tasks to make sure the school would be ready. Simple yet necessary chores such as tidying rooms and desks, covering books, and painting of classrooms - inside and out - made all the difference.

For several years now, DLSL has been an ardent participant of the "Brigada Eskwela" not only to aid nearby schools, but likewise, foster among the young Lasallians and Partners the spirit of volunteerism.





On DepEd's New NAT Announcement
In the new announcement made by the Department of Education - Memorandum No. 95, series 2016 - a new schedule for the National Achievement Test for incoming Grade 7 students (old and new students) shall be held on July 15, 2016, Friday.

Incoming Grade 7 students who are officially enrolled are required to take the NAT.

Prior to the test, there will be an orientation and simulation on July 14, 2016, Thursday, 7:30 AM, at the Br. Henry Virgil Gym (Old Gym).

Examinees are required to bring two pieces of #2 lead pencil, packed snack and sharpener on July 14 and 15.

Students shall wear decent attire at the orientation (July 14). On the day of the test (July 16), they are required to report in white shirt and jeans.



iACE Holds Dynamic Recall Culminating Activity
De La Salle Lipa's Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE) continues to shape and nurture students towards excellence as it introduced the"Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program 2016" in cooperation with the Dynamic Training Systems (DTS) Corporation.

The said training program was successfully held and participated in by 116 students including grade school, high school, and even college students. Sessions of Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program (Student Edition) were held last April 18-22, May 10-14, and May 16-20, 2016.

The Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program was facilitated by members of the International Guild of Mind Sports Arbiters and the World Memory Sports Council, Coaches Tito and Anne Cadiz.

With this Memory Enhancement Program, participants were equipped with unique and advanced learning techniques that could help enhance their memory in fun-filled activities and provided them significant and competitive advantage among others.

Culmination was held last May 21, 2016 at the Br. Henry Virgil Gym and highlighted with live demonstrations of their newly acquired skills that made the parents beam with pride.





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


DLSL's CPA May 2016 Board Passers
In the most recent Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination held May 2016 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, and Legazpi, De La Salle Lipa garnered 50% against the national passing rate of 42.84%.

Based on the announcement made by the Professional Regulation Commission, 2,967 passed out of a total of 6,925 examinees.

The DLSL community proudly congratulates the newest batch of CPA Licensure Examination passers below:

ADAN, WENNADEL PARALLON
AGUILERA, JENNIFER ROSE SUAREZ
BOLANOS, JERELYN ROJO
DE CHAVEZ, RONESSA ASUNCION
LANDICHO, KATHERINE JOY GONZALES
LAS, MARY FRANZ AVILA
MALIBIRAN, ARNOLD TOLENTINO
MANGUIAT, JULIE ANN CAYETANO
MARTINEZ, JOAN MARIE LAT
MAYO, DANNILYN JOICE GUCE
OLAN, ELONA MATHEL BUROG
PEREZ, KRISTEL KAYE MACALINTAL
REYES, KENJI ANILLO
VALENCIA, MARY CHRIS BOBADILLA
WAGAN, MARY JANE CABANIG

IMPORTANT REMINDERS TO COLLEGE STUDENTS as of May 27, 2016





 


IMPORTANT REMINDERS TO COLLEGE STUDENTS


 


From the OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR



revised version dated May 26, 2016


 


 


1.      START of CLASSES – Classes will start on August 9, 2016 for the first semester. STUDENTS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ATTEND CLASSES IF THEY ARE NOT YET PAID AND OFFICIALLY LISTED IN THE CLASS LIST.


2.      LAST DAY OF PAYMENT AT THE DLSL CASHIER FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER – Last day of payment is UNTIL AUGUST 22, 2016 ONLY. 


3.      LAST DAY OF PAYMENT OUTSIDE DLSL – Last day of payment outside DLSL is on AUGUST 19, 2016.  Payments made outside of DLSL beyond August 22 will not be recorded in DLSL hence; students will not be officially enlisted.


4.      POLICY ON PAYMENT OF TUITION AND FEES- for further inquiry, please proceed to the FRD Office:


 


a.       Payments made on or before AUGUST 8, 2016 will not incur penalty.


b.       Payments made from AUGUST 9-15, 2016 will incur a penalty of P150.  


c.        Payments made from AUGUST 16-22, 2016 will incur a penalty of P 200.


d.       Payments made after AUGUST 22, 2016 will not be accepted.


e.        Bank payments will be accepted up to AUGUST 19, 2016 only


 


5.      DELETION OF PRE-ENROLLED SUBJECTS - NO STUDENTS WILL BE ALLOWED TO PROCESS THEIR ENROLLMENT AFTER AUGUST 22, 2016.  Pre-enrolled subjects will be deleted on AUGUST 23, 2016 if not yet paid on or before AUGUST 22, 2016.


6.      CLASS LISTS- FACULTY MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED TO SECURE THEIR OFFICIAL CLASS LIST FROM THEIR RESPECTIVE SECRETARIES ON AUGUST 9, 2016. FACULTY MEMBERS ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ACCEPT STUDENTS WHOSE NAMES ARE NOT ENLISTED IN THE OFFICIAL CLASS LIST.


7.      ID VALIDATION - Students whose ID Cards are not validated after AUGUST 22, 2016 although they had already paid their tuition will not be allowed to attend classes.  Students who have made payments through banks should proceed to the Accounting Office for the validation of payment and to the Office of the Registrar for validation of IDs.


8.      TUTORIAL CLASSES - Payment for Tutorial Classes will be up to AUGUST 22, 2016 ONLY.   Please see your respective Registrar's Coordinator (temporarily assigned at MB 509 and 510) for the processing of application for Tutorial Classes


9.      SPECIAL CLASSES.  Computation for Special Classes will be accommodated up to AUGUST 15, 2016 ONLY.   Please make sure that you have the Schedule of Classes in coordination with your Department / Area Chair before you enlist other students to avoid conflict in their subject loads for the first semester of School Year 2016-2017.


 


FOR YOUR STRICT COMPLIANCE.


      


  


RUBEN T. RUBIS  


Director for Academic Services and Registrar


Issuance of Grades for Summer 2016

ISSUANCE of GRADES



For SUMMER 2016


 


Summer grades are now available for viewing at the student portal, click on this link to view your summer grades http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/


 


Secure printed copy of grades at your assigned computer laboratory on May 24 from 8:00am to 5:00pm. Please refer to the computer laboratory assignments below:


 













Computer Laboratory


Surnames


MB 509


A – L


MB 510


M - Z


 


Please be reminded that your grades should be presented to the Staff of the College Registrar in securing your Enrolment and Assessment Forms during your scheduled enrolment.


 


Please be guided accordingly.


 


Thank you


 


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.

iACE on Leadership Development Training
Professionals from various industries who are very keen in furthering their leadership skills flocked one of the recently concluded offerings of the Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE).

Seasoned trainer and resource speaker of both government and private companies, Avelina Maliwanag, conducted "Leadership Development Training," on April 27, 2016 at the Sen. Jose Diokno Hall.

Discussion mainly focused on acquiring knowledge, skills and the right attitude expected of a leader to fulfill functions in management, planning, leading, organizing, and controlling.

While the training commenced with a lecture, Maliwanag strategically engaged participants in self-assessment, group discussion and training games.

The veteran trainer made sure that the attendees "Realized the critical role they play towards individual and organizational growth and productivity."

To learn about the lined-up seminars/workshops/trainings of iACE or to inquire about its different offerings, please visit De La Salle Lipa website at www.dlsl.edu.ph or contact Ms. Jean Angeles at (043) 756-5555, local 228, or email iace@dlsl.edu.ph.




Institutional General Assembly
Please be informed that the Institutional General Assembly will be on May 16, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

In view of this event, please be reminded of the following:

  1. Registration and distribution of food stubs will start at 7:00am to 8:00am at the SENTRUM.

  2. The Holy Mass will be held at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle at 8:00am.

  3. Program follows at the SENTRUM immediately after the mass.

  4. All co-workers must come in smart casual attire (NO JEANS). All service awardees, newly-permanent co-workers for SY 2015-2016 and newly-hired employees are requested to come in semi-formal attire.

For any inquiries, you may call HRD at local 210 or at 981-0011.

Thank you.

DLSL's Newest Batch of ECE Passers
It has been one success after another for De La Salle Lipa as the school community celebrates anew for the passers of the April 2016 Electronics Engineer (ECE) Licensure Examination.

DLSL garnered 57.14% passing rate with four passers out of seven examinees against the national 36.95 % with 917 passers out of a total of 2,482 aspiring ECE's.

The DLSL family gladly announces its newest batch of ECE Licensure Examination passers: Engr. Harvey Hedriana Duno, Engr. Sonny Jr. Ebuenga Macasaet, Engr. Lisa Dio Quinto, and Engr. Michael Magtibay Tayer.

The most recent ECE Licensure Examination was given by the Board of Electronics Engineering in Manila, Cebu, Baguio, and Davao.



Institutional Rest and Recreation
This SY2015-2016, the Rest and Recreation (R & R) will no longer be institutional as a result of the evaluation done during the R & R held last May 2015. The R & R will be per department/division including budget requests.

For your information and guidance.

Thank you.

ORP Hosts Action Research Lecture
In its effort to upgrade the faculty members on Action Research, the Office of Research and Publications hosted a lecture on "Action Research for Continuous Improvement and Transformative Practice" at the CBEAM Function Hall last March 14, 2016.

Facilitated by Dr. Mary Brydon-Miller, Director of the Action Research Center of University of Cincinnati, Ohio, USA, the lecture was made interesting by involving the participants on some strategies and exercises on how to identify some felt difficulties in the classroom that can be addressed through an action research.

Dr. Miller discussed the different action research methods such as: action evaluation, asset mapping, citizen's juries, digital story telling and even some arts-based action research strategies like musn iic and theater among others. Likewise, she shared to the teachers their practice in their university related to dissertation which is a celebration where students are invited to witness and not a defense to grill the candidate.

 Dr. Miller concluded her talk on the importance of getting connected worldwide to gain mutual support, resource exchange and shared learning. According to her, one way of being connected is to contribute research undertakings in different educational action research journals.

 Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min., President and Chancellor, graced the occasion with his welcome remarks. Director Gina M. Dimaano in her closing remarks thanked Dr. Miller, the DLSU College of Education and the participants. College instructors, Integrated School teachers and MALT students attended this lecture.

iACE Lined-Up Seminars
The Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE) of De La Salle Lipa shall be offering three seminars with the following topic: 1. Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program - Student Edition; 2. Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program - Professional Edition; and 3. Leadership Development Training.

The three seminars shall be offered on separate dates. Please refer to the details below.

Click here to register


 
1. iACE, in cooperation with Dynamic Training Systems Corporation, offers DYNAMIC RECALL MEMORY ENHANCEMENT Training Program Summer 2016 (Student Edition) on the following dates:
 

Dynamic Primary/Secondary Course
Incoming Grade 4 to 11


Date                                  Time

April 18-22       8:30am–12:30pm or 1:30pm-5:30pm
May 9-13          8:30am–12:30pm or 1:30pm-5:30pm
May 16-20        8:30am–12:30pm or 1:30pm-5:30pm
Venue : Integrated School Classroom
 
“There is no such a thing as poor or good memory, only trained and untrained ones”
----------Harry Lorayne----------

 
DYNAMIC RECALL is a MEMORY ENHANCEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM designed to equip the learner with MEMORY TECHNIQUES on how to file, store, retain and recall academic information systematically and effectively.
Students will experientially learn:
A.12 Different Memory Techniques
B. Sharpening their Memory Skills via Visualization and Association
C. Honing their critical thinking skills by applying memory techniques with actual academic material.
D. Study Motivation and Discipline
E. Good Study Habits
 
This will be facilitated by Memory Coach Tito and Anne Cadiz of Dynamic Training Systems Corporation who are both members of the International Guild of Mind Sports Arbiters and the World Memory Sports Council.

This seminar will definitely equip students with unique and advanced learning techniques to enhance memory and have a significant competitive advantage among others for a learning investment of P4000. This includes Training Kit with Workbooks & Worksheets, Certificate, Exposure to Memory Visualization Principle, Culminating Activity, Pre and Post Assessment.
 
Please enroll your child/children and register on-line using this link https://goo.gl/5dlEz1.

 

 

 
2. DYNAMIC RECALL MEMORY ENHANCEMENT Training Program (Professional Edition) entitled “THE COST OF FORGETTING” on April 26 and 27, 2016, 8:00AM to 5:00PM, CBEAM Function Hall, CBEAM Building, De La Salle Lipa.
 
"Memory’' special province is the reconstruction of the past. However, this reconstruction poses a special problem which the subject cannot solve without reflection and this is precisely why memory cannot be divorced with intelligence" -Jean Piaget from his book MEMORY AND INTELLIGENCE.
 
DYNAMIC RECALL is a MEMORY ENHANCEMENT TRAINING PROGRAM that enables an individual to store, retain and retrieve information systematically and efficiently. It is a learning tool that employs methods and techniques that will equip the human memory to perform better and faster. It is not just about memory and recall. It is about using your sharp memory for higher order thinking skills such as making decisions and choices in life.

This will be facilitated by Memory Coach Tito and Anne Cadiz of Dynamic Training Systems Corporation who are both members of the International Guild of Mind Sports Arbiters and the World Memory Sports Council.

This seminar will definitely equip participants with unique and advanced learning techniques to enhance memory and have a significant competitive advantage among others for a learning investment of P4000. This 2-days full-packed Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training covers lunch and training kit/memory drills.
 
Please register on-line using this link https://goo.gl/8mJBIP.
 
 



3. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT TRAINING on April 27, 2016, 8:30AM to 5:00 PM, Sen Diokno Auditorium, De La Salle Lipa.
 
Leadership Development Training is designed to develop existing employees with supervisory functions and employees identified to have supervisory potential, for better discharge of their supervisory tasks and to make them eligible for consideration to more responsible positions. The participants will be provided with developmental opportunities to allow him to acquire knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for more responsible positions.
At the end of the program, participants should have:
1.    Realized the critical role they play  towards individual and organizational growth and productivity
2.    Appreciated the importance of supervisory leadership level in every organization
3.    Learned basic management functions: Planning, Leading, Organizing and Controlling
4.    Acquired basic skills in planning, leading, organizing and controlling
 
Develop and equip existing leaders and potential leaders with management skills for a learning investment of P2000 only. This covers meals and seminar kit.
 
Please register on-line using this link https://goo.gl/0uk2S1 on or before April 19, 2016.
 
For inquiries, please contact the Continuing Education Coordinator, Ms. Jean M. Angeles at (043) 756 5555 local 297 or send an email at iACE@dlsl.edu.ph.




iACE Summer 2016 Program - All Permanent Co-workers
Please be informed that you may enroll your child/children with iACE Summer 2016 Program: Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program on the following schedule:
                                                                

Dynamic Primary/Seconday Course
      Incoming Grade 4 to 11   

DateTime
April 18-228:30am - 12:30pm or 1:30pm - 5:30pm
May 9-138:30am - 12:30pm or 1:30pm - 5:30pm
May 16-208:30am - 12:30pm or 1:30pm - 5:30pm
Venue: Br. Benilde Building (Integrated School)

Learning Investment is P4,000 that can be availed through Salary Deduction (SD), payable until May 25, 2016.

Please register on-line using the links below:

  1. Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program
    STUDENT EDITION - https://goo.gl/5dlEz1

  2. Dynamic Recall Memory Enhancement Training Program
    PROFESSIONAL EDITION - https://goo.gl/8mJBIP

Moreover, please advise (through email: iACE@dlsl.edu.ph) Ms. Jean M. Angeles, iACE Coordinator, of the name(s) of your child/children, your full name and department as reference for salary deduction.

Junior High School Recognition Rites 2016
It is quite a novelty to note for this particular school year that the junior high schools (JHS) will not hold graduation rites.

Grade 10 Batch 2016 is dubbed the "JHS Completers" instead of the graduates and they shall be among the pioneer batch in the country to delve into the mandated implementation of the Senior High School (SHS).

Despite these changes, it was never a deterrent at De La Salle Lipa to celebrate achievements and successes of the hardworking students who rose to the challenges of JHS.

A total of 646 JHS Completers from 17 sections were on hand at the recognition rites held March 31, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

Administrators, faculty members, and parents were beaming before the students who were in anticipation not only of their hard earned awards but as well as the commendation and endorsement to move up to Senior High School.

The DLSL community congratulates this year's JHS Completers and the following awardees for their notable accomplishments.

 

TOP 10 STUDENTS

AFRICA, Carl Joshua Mendoza
ROCAFORT, Mark Allen Vergara
SISCAR, Joseph Regalado Aseron
TORRES, Maria Lourdes Adriana Clarin
NAVALES, Joacquin Carlo
LATAYAN, Kyle Antonio Altamirano
DIMAANO, Nathaniel Argelio
CASTOR, George Ediah Ramos
BAROJA, Marcus Carlo Padura
ALDUEZA, Sophia Jonalee Hernandez

 
SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARD


                                    BEST IN CLCE.                      CAMACHO, Kyndra Maxynne C.
                                    BEST IN ENGLISH                NAVALES, Joacquin Carlo A.
                                    BEST IN FILIPINO                DIMAANO, Nathaniel A.
                                    BEST IN SOCSTUD               NAVALES, Joacquin Carlo A.
                                    BEST IN SCIENCE                ROCAFORT, Mark Allen V.
                                    BEST IN MATH                     AFRICA, Carl Joshua M.

 

MODEL STUDENTS


                                    BM 105           LAYLO, Edrian Vincent G.
                                    BM 201           NUÑEZ, Reighmonde Eulle O.
                                    BM 202           DALANGIN, Alaina Ysabella I.
                                    BM 203           MACATANGAY, Keanah O.
                                    BM 204           SACULO, Yvann Niño S.
                                    BM 205           LUCASIA, Bernard John O.
                                    BM 206           MERCADO, Allyssa Mari C.
                                    CMR 201        OCO, Mikhaela Marie T.
                                    CMR 202        BALITA, Arabelle E.
                                    CMR 203        MANGUBAT, Allia Kyle R.
                                    CMR 204        MAYUGA, Jeribelle L.
                                    CMR 205        TENORIO, Reynalyn D.
                                    CMR 206        PASTORFIDE, Claire Therese H.
                                    MM 201          HERNANDEZ, Marien Christel G.
                                    MM 202          HERNANDEZ, Chriselle Jilian D.
                                    MM 203          SONACO, Kerima Ruth M.
                                    MM 204          NOCHE, Kristine M.

 

INDIVIDUAL SPORTS

                        ATHLETICS BOYS                GALLEGUEZ, Clark Kent Q.
                        ATHLETICS GIRLS               DE GUZMAN, Hannah Angelika I.
                        BADMINTON BOYS             BARQUILLA, Carlos Luis O.
                        BADMINTON GIRLS            REYES, Mari Franzene P.
                        CHESS BOYS                        LAMBRINTO, Aaron John E.
                        CHESS GIRLS                        MASACAYAN, Marie Faye L.
                        SWIMMING BOYS               CUENCA, Kyle Kenn M.
                        SWIMMING GIRLS               AUSTRIA, Lois Martha Ysabel R.
                        TABLE TENNIS BOYS          SALUDO, Hans Ranzen V.
                        TABLE TENNIS GIRLS         BOSITA, Riana Teresa P.
                        TAEKWONDO BOYS           SALAZAR, Lorenzo Carlo E.
                        TAEKWONDO GIRLS          KNOWLTON, Jasmine Jade M.
                        TENNIS BOYS                       EMBALSADO, Ivan Gio G.

 

TEAM  SPORTS

                                    BASEBALL BOYS             DE SILVA, Allen Paolo V.
                                    BASEBALL GIRLS                 PLATON, Anthony Lawrence P.
                                    FOOTBALL BOYS                ALMAZAN, Juan Miguel C.
                                    FOOTBALL GIRLS                PUNZALAN, Mika Jomei K.
                                    VOLLEYBALL BOYS            AGUILAR, Kurt Mikhael M.
                                    VOLLEYBALL GIRLS           MARAGUINOT, Janel A.

 

OUTSTANDING ATHLETES

                                    TEAM SPORTS                      MARAGUINOT, Janel A.
                                    INDIVIDUAL SPORTS          CUENCA, Kyle Kenn M.

 

OUTSTANDING STUDENT LEADER
TORRES, Maria Lourdes Adriana C.





Institutional General Assembly
Please be informed that the Institutional General Assembly will be on May 16, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

In view of this, please be reminded of the following:

  1. Registration and distribution of food stubs will start at 7:00am to 8:00am at the SENTRUM.

  2. The Holy Mass will be held at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle at 8:00am.

  3. Program follows at the SENTRUM immediately after the mass.

  4. All co-workers must come in smart casual attire (NO JEANS). All service awardees, newly-permanent co-workers for SY 2015-2016, and newly-hired employees are requested to come in semi-formal attires.

For any inquiries, you may call HRD at local 210 or at 981-0011.

Thank you.

ID Capturing
Please be informed of the following schedules for the co-worker's ID capturing for School Year 2016-2017:
                                                                   
DEPARTMENTDATETIMEVENUE
Integrated SchoolApril 7, 20168:30am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 4:30pmAVR extension, MB ground floor (former Nursing Library)
CollegeApril 8, 2016
OP, VCAd, VCAR Offices & VCM OfficesApril 18, 2016FHP Function Room, 2nd floor, C.M. Rector Hall

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.


IS Math Dept. Yields More DOST YES Awardees in 2016
Several accolades and citations have been bestowed upon the young Mathletes from the Integrated School in the Academic Year 2015-2016. In fact, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has validated these recognitions, highlighting the DOST-SEI recognized international Science and Math Contests through the Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics Awards (YES).

Every year, the number of De La Salle Lipa's awardee of the DOST - YES consistently increases. A total of 10 Mathletes received the award compared to last year's seven and three pupils prior to that. It is in congruent with the total number of recipients of the award this year as DOST conferred 73 students from Region IV-A (CALABARZON) from a total of 44 last year.

It is with pride that De La Salle Lipa announces the following as this year's recipients of the DOST - Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics Awards held March 11, 2016 at DOST, Los Banos, Laguna: RAFAEL MA. VICENTE TAGULAO (Grdae 7), Silver Medalist, GERARD ELMER ILAGAN (Grade 6), ALEX ANTHONY ANDAL (Grade 4), and ALEXANDER BENEDICT BULLOSO (Grade 4), Bronze Medalists, in the 2015 International Mathematics Competition on July 31-August 3, 2015 in Singapore; MARC CHRISTOPHER FERRER (Grade 8), ANGELINE MAE PRECILLA (Grade 8), Silver Medalists, and ANDRE JERAHMY AMANTE (Grade 5), Bronze Medalist, in the 2015 International Mathematics Wizard Challenge on August 9-12, 2015 in Hong Kong; ANGELO VINCE PEREZ (Grade 7), Gold and Silver Medalist in the 2015 China International Mathematics Competition on July 26- August 1, 2015 in China; PAOLO MIGUEL TORRES (Grade 6) and NAOMI ASHLEY UY (Grade 3), Brone Medalists in the 2015 Singapore International Mathematical Olympiad Challenge on August 14-17, 2015 in Singapore.

This is a clear testament of how the Math Department strives for excellence by producing able and more competitive Mathletes who are capable of competing both here and abroad as the parents and the rest of the DLSL community continue to give their full support.




IT Summit Talks About "D Campus"

"we want to be a leader and set the tune for other learning
institutions"



-        
Br. Dante
Amisola, FSC



 

10 March 2016 - The first DLSL IT Summit dubbed as "D Campus" was held to discuss the innovation initiatives for the institution.  Aimed at visioning the IT services in the campus, participants were challenged to continuously evolve for the formulation of the institution-wide Digital Roadmap.

Starting the whole day summit in an innovative way, DLSL administrators, faculty, staff and select college students experienced a QR code-based registration initiated by the ICTC Department.

The summit lined-up topics for the strategy alignment of DLSL's IT services and for the soon to be implemented innovative curriculum, social commitment and culture.

 DLSL's Br. Dante Amisola FSC, Special Assistant to the President, addressed the event as the campus' first step towards innovation - where the culture of innovation is the core towards a successful roadmap.

D Strategy for D Campus
De La Salle-College of St. Benilde IT Director, Ricson Singson Que, stressed the importance of aligning the institutional vision vis- -vis IT vision.  "D Strategy" is an institutional strategy that will be embraced by faculty, staff and students to be digitally transformed."   Sharing his experiences in Benilde, their digital transformation is characterized by"inclusion" and "innovation" strengthened by their innovative vision and breakthrough goals.

Creating a Techno-Systems Thinking in our Schools
Br. Dennis Magbanua FSC, President of De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, talked about the digital age learning ecosystem and how this was applied in De La Salle Santiago Zobel - where iPad was used in classrooms - and in St. Benilde.   Emphasizing on the "techno-systems," innovation does not only speak about multiple technology learning tools and instructional strategies, but also focuses on sense of community, where institutional policies have to adapt to innovation strategies. Supportive classroom environment is also important to allow faculty, staff and students in the campus to be more creative and inspired.   

The Road to D Campus
Parallel sessions were held in the afternoon to identify the institution's"innovative" priority.  Effective online system, document tracking system and proposed incubation hub for students were some of the identified initiatives to jumpstart the DLSL's Digital Roadmap.  On the road to "D Campus," DLSL Project Chair Engr. Imelda Martin confirmed to all the participants that inputs in the whole day summit will be processed towards the formulation of the institution's roadmap.  The second wave of the IT Summit may be held soon to concretize the digital campus project. 

IS Submission of final report card

ALL Integrated School
scholars namely MA, Br. President, Expanded, Free school, Star and Privately
Funded are required to submit photocopy of their final report card at the LAMP
Office on APRIL 6 & 7, 2016 to facilitate the scholarship tagging
for SY2016-2017.



 



 


Important Dates to Remember
Please be informed of the following schedules:

  1. Revised Payroll cut-off
    • March 6, 2016 to March 17, 2016 - Payroll cut-off for March 25, 2016 payroll. (Salary will be released on March 23, 2016, Holy Wednesday)

  2. Annual Physical Exam
    • April 7-8, 2016 - Cocolife principal members' Annual Physical Exam

    • April 11-25, 2016 - Annual Physical Exam for health card NON-MEMBERS.

      Note: Compliance of APE is required for clearance processing. The details of the APE shall be disseminated on a separate memo.

  3. Clearance
    • April 18, 2016 (Monday) - Deadline for submission of accomplished/signed clearance for 2nd Semester SY 2015-2016 for Part-Time Faculty and end contract (Trial/Probationary) for the processing of 13th month pay to be released on April 25, 2016 payroll.

    • May 30, 2016 (Monday) - Deadline for submission of accomplished/signed clearance for SY 2015-2016 (First Semester, Second Semester, Summer) of all Full-Time faculty and staff for the processing of unused Sick Leave to be released on June 10, 2016 payroll.

    • June 10, 2016 (Friday) - Release of summer pay for Full-Time and Part-Time College faculty.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Shakey's V League Int'l Championship: PH vs PH
It all came down to Philippines A - Southern Luzon, a De La Salle Lipa-led team, against the Philippines B - National Capital Region, a National University-led team, junior high school girls event.

The most anticipated championship match between the two teams gathered the volleyball aficionados at the Shakey's Volleyball League International Championship held at the SENTRUM on 19 December 2015.

Although the Philippines A dominated the semifinals, besting the Philippines B in three sets, the latter managed to regroup in preparation for the final battle and won the championship title after four sets.

Despite the acid test, the DLSL-led team proved that their Shakey's Volleyball League International Championship debut was a notable achievement. Four members of the team received individual awards: Best Setter, Janel Maraguinot; Best Blocker, Jamie Margaret Frago, Best Opposite Attacker, Alleiah Jan Malaluan; and Best Outside Hitter, Mary Mirgie Bautista. The young head coach, Regine Diego, together with assistant coach, Raphael Guevarra, both DLSL alumni, could not be happier on their initial international competition. 

Before their match up, team USA, represented by Brent International School Manila, battled in out with Malaysia for the third spot, which the latter won. Aside from the four teams, Japan was also one of the participants.




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.

Free Laboratory Tests, ABI Screening
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of HRD, the IHS in coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting free screening interested employees which will be held on January 15, 2016 from 7:00 am to 10:00 am at the Institutional Health Services.

The following services will be offered:
- Fasting Blood Sugar screening - 100 px
- Cholesterol screening - 50 px
- ABI screening - 25 px

* The Ankle-brachial Index Test (ABI) is a quick, non-invasive way to check your risk of peripheral artery disease (PAD). Peripheral artery disease is a condition in which the arteries in your legs or arms are narrowed or blocked. This test is being recommended to persons 40 years old and above or with known case/history of the following:

  • Being a current or former smoker
  • Diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • High cholesterol

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onward.

A sign-up will be available at the IHS until January 12, 2016 on "FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS."

For more information, you may call Ms Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Important Dates to Remember
Please be informed of the following important dates:

  1. December 8, 2015 - Special Non-Working Day, (Proclamation No. 1173) "Alay Kay Maria"

  2. December 18, 2015 - Institutional Christmas Party

  3. December 19-23, 26-30, 2015 - January 2-3, 2016 - Partial School Shut Down, Christmas Vacation of Faculty and Staff. Employees who wish to enter the school premises may request permission in writing from the Office of the VCAd.

  4. December 24, 25 & 31, 2015 and January 1, 2016 - Non-Working Holiday (Proclamation No. 831) - Full School Shutdown. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel.

Everyone is expected to be back for regular work on January 4, 2016 (Monday).

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Institutional Christmas Party
In line with this year's Christmas celebration, please be guided by the following:
  1. Christmas Baskets
      
    1. The Christmas baskets will be distributed on December 16, 2015 (Wednesday) from 1:30pm to 4:30pm. Distribution will be at the following designated areas:

      1. AVR2 - Integrated School, IS SAO, IS Guidance Office

      2. Former Nursing Library (MB Building) - Colleges, Student Services Office, College SAO, College Guidance Office, Discipline Office

      3. FHP Function Room, 2nd Floor, C.M. Recto Hall - OP, PMO, OVCAD, OVCAR, OVCM, Academic Services

    2. In case wherein the co-worker will not be able to get the basket personally, an authorization letter is required for its release.

    3. Hotdog and ham, which is part of the Christmas basket, may only be claimed until 3:00pm of December 17, 2015 (Thursday).

    4. All unclaimed groceries may only be released until January 29, 2016 (Friday).

  2. Raffle

    1. Minor prizes for the raffle will be pre-drawn in the morning of December 16, 2015 with the presence of representatives coming from different departments.

    2. Winners of the minor prizes will be posted on December 16, 2015, 1:00pm at the CMR lobby HRD bulletin board beside the biometrics.

    3. Claiming of minor raffle prizes will be on December 17, 2015 from 8:00am to 5:00pm at FHP Function Room

    4. Unclaimed raffle prizes will only be released until January 29, 2016.

    5. Raffle of major prizes will be during the Christmas party. PHYSICAL PRESENCE is required. Winners of minor prizes will no longer be included in the raffle of major prizes.

  3. Institutional Christmas Party
    1. The De La Salle Lipa Institutional Christmas Party with the theme, "DLSL Wild West Party" will be on December 18, 2015.

    2. The party will start with a Mass at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle at 5:30pm.

    3. Registration will start at 4:30pm at the Jubilee walk (lover's lane near the Capilla). The program will be held at the CBEAM parking area at 7:00pm.

    4. Food stubs will be distributed to all Full-Time Faculty and Staff, Retainers and Part-Time Faculty who confirmed their attendance to the said activity during the registration.

    5. The program is STRICTLY A LASALLIAN EMPLOYEES GATHERING

    6. Everyone is requested to "wear wild west outfit".

  4. Other Important Information

    1. Official Time on December 18, 2015 (Friday) will be from 4:30pm to 9:00pm.

    2. Everyone is required to time-in and time-out in the Biometrics.

Thank you very much. May we have a blessed and meaningful Christmas this year as we celebrate the birth of JESUS CHRIST with love, joy, peace and thanksgiving!

DLSL-Led Team Bags SGVL Nat'l Crown
It was a sweet victory for the Southern Luzon team, led by the De la Salle Lipa Girls Volleyball group, after besting the last year's first runner-up, National Capital Region, on November 12 at the Cuneta Astrodome. This gave a shot for the team to represent the country in the upcoming Shakey's Girls' Volleyball League International Finals in December this year.

The SL team conquered the national title after winning three of five sets 23-25 | 25-16 | 18-25 | 26-24 | 15-11 with Grade 7, Alleiah Jan Malaluan, serving crucial shots in succession in the fourth set while their team was behind 21-24, forcing the game to another and final set. This earned Malaluan the Most Valuable Player and Best Opposite Attacker awards.

Meanwhile, another team member and 2nd Best Middle Blocker awardee, Jamie Margaret Frago, likewise made significant contributions - 14 big points - to help the team earn the title in the season 13 of the league.

Other DLSL team members with special awards were, team captain, Janel Maraguinot - Best Setter and Reign Lumbera - Best Libero.

The commendable group effort and the contribution of all members were the results of the brilliant duo behind the team: head coach Regine Diego, a former junior high school DLSL and women's DLSU volleyball player, and assistant coach, Raphael Guevarra, another product of DLSL volleyball junior high school team.

The SL team was joined by guest players from Sta. Rosa and Rizal.








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.




Traffic Scheme for CBEAM Bound Vehicles
In connection with the recently issued memorandum on the revised campus parking scheme and with the opening of the CBEAM gates to vehicular traffic, we have recently coordinated with the Traffic Management Division (TMD) of Lipa City regarding the traffic routing for CBEAM bound vehicles.

Since the TMD has designated the front of the CBEAM gates as the U-turn area for Lipa-bound vehicles, all vehicles coming from the west (e.g. Batangas, Mataas-na-Kahoy, Fernando Air Base, Banay Banay, STAR Tollway) will NOT BE ALLOWED to turn left directly to the CBEAM gate. Instead, all vehicle owners are advised to take the main campus vehicular entrance gates and take the U-turn slot towards the exit gate and take the highway westbound to CBEAM gate. The internal access road to CBEAM via the G. Zara and El Filibusterismo buildings is still intended for PEDESTRIAN TRAFFIC at the moment for the safety of the students, faculty and staff and also due to the ongoing construction of the Student Center.

Likewise, vehicles exiting the CBEAM gates may turn right enroute to Batangas City and may turn left going to Lipa City.

Your full cooperation on this matter is expected.

For your information, guidance and strict compliance.

DLSL Hails New "Gawad Alumni"
In rare occasions when the Brothers get to congregate with the alumni, together with their loved ones and the people from the distant past as they take a trip down memory lane, chances are the De La Salle Lipa community has finally found its next rightful recipient of the Gawad Alumni or the Blessed Brother Arnould Reche FSC Distinguished Alumni Award.

On the eve of August 26, 2015, an intimate affair took place for the special awarding ceremony at the Board Room, Sen. Jose Diokno Hall to formally bestow the award to an alumnus from High School Batch 1983 who took the time to receive the title despite his brief visit to the country and his very busy schedule.

Currently on his second term as the Council General of the Oblates of Saint Joseph General Curia in Rome, Italy, in-charge of the lay movement of the whole congregation, the 2015 awardee is Rev. Fr. Gabriel Gerardo Masilungan Kamus.

Alumnus, Fr. Gabriel, could not contain the overwhelming joy he exuded during the ceremony as he made sure to thank, not only his Lasallian family, but likewise, his Oblates of St. Joseph congregation, too.

He could attest that he had enjoyed and benefited from both worlds, and even related to the case of the founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle, who happened to be the only priest in their ministry.

He also thanked his family, especially his mother, 88 years old, who witnessed the event - the occasion that he will surely treasure, and the award that will constantly remain precious to him.




Issuance of Grades and Enrollment for SY 2015-2016

 













 


CLEARANCE & GRADES ISSUANCE for 1ST SEM of AY 2015-2016


 


ONLINE VIEWING of GRADES


 




  1. Log in at http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/  to view your grades starting 6:00pm of October 20, 2015 up to October 21, 2015; use Internet Explorer (Version 7 or 8) in accessing the portal.

 


IF YOU ARE NOT YET CLEARED FROM ANY OF THE DLSL OFFICES,  ONLINE VIEWING WILL BE BLOCKED & COPY OF YOUR GRADES WILL NOT BE RELEASED:


 


 




  1. Secure printed copy of your grades at your assigned COMPUTER LABORATORY on October 21, 2015 from 8:00am to 5:00pm only; refer to your Computer Laboratory assignment below:

 





















LAST NAME


Computer Lab


supervised by:


A - F


MB 409


Ms. Cynthia Maderazo


G - M


MB 509


Ms. Kimberly Ocampo


N - Z


MB 510


Ms. Annabelle Balita


 


 


 


           


 









ISSUANCE OF SHIFTING FORM AND TUTORIAL FORM


OCTOBER 21 (VENUE MB 510)


 


 


 


 




  1. If you were not able to secure your grades on October 21, issuance of grades will be at GZ 101 with payment.

 


 


IMPORTANT REMINDERS


 


1.       you are not authorized by the office of the registrar to share your password to anyone except to your parents or guardian. SHARING OF PASSWORD IS AN OFFENSE AND VIOLATORS WILL BE DEALT WITH ACCORDINGLY.


 


2.       Make sure that you have a copy of your grades Issued by the OFFICE OF the REGISTRAR’S STAFF. This copy of grades will be presented during THE SCHEDULED RELEASE OF YOUR OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT & ASSESSMENT fORMS (oEAF), YOU ARE ALSO REQUIRED TO SUBMIT SIGNED/APPROVED PRE-ENROLLMENT FORMS WITH ALL the SUBJECTS TO BE TAKEN IN THE 2ND SEMESTER OF SY 2015-2016.


 







 


FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE FAILURES in the PRE-REQUISITEs  & who did not pre-enroll:  YOU may adjust YOUR schedules  or pre-enroll during THE scheduled enrollment. please refer to the enrollment schedule BELOW. you may do this outside dlsl or at the VDI LABORATORY, 2ND FLooR, CM RECTO BUILDING.


 


 


   COLLEGE ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


 


 


 


 


 



































DATE


YEAR LEVEL


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, CoL & 5th Year CITE


Nov 6


4th Year CBEAM, CIHTM


Nov 6


Transferees and Returnees


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


COLLEGE ENROLLMENT PROCESS


 


 


 


 







 


1.      Proceed to the assigned laboratory below; present your grades for the 1st semester of SY 2015-2016 and the approved Pre-Enrollment Form (PEF) to the Registrar’s staff.


 


LAMP Scholars will proceed first to the LAMP office for the appropriate tagging of scholarship before securing the OEAF.


 





















LAST NAME


Computer Lab


supervised by


A - F


MB 409


Ms. Cynthia Maderazo


G - M


MB 509


Ms. Kimberly Ocampo


N - Z


MB 510


Ms. Annabelle Balita


 


 


        Registrar's staff will verify if the enlisted subjects in the OEAF are the same subjects enlisted in the approved PEF


a.        If the list of subjects in the PEF did not tally with the list of subjects in the OEAF, you need to reprocess PEF. It should be signed and approved by your Academic Adviser.


        The Registrar's staff will issue the OEAF if the subjects in the OEAF tally with the subjects in the PEF.


 


2.      Secure 2 copies of your Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF)


3.      Proceed to the Accounting Office or to any of the following authorized banks below for the payment of fees:


 













         SM Bills Payment                          


      China Bank SM Lipa


         BPI at any Branch Nationwide     


      Robinsons Bank Lipa


         RCBC Savings Lipa                      


      Planters Bank Lipa


 


Final Process


                      


For students who paid in DLSL cashiers directly and through accredited banks inside:


After payment, proceed to the Registrar's Office for ID validation.


 


 


For students who paid in the accredited banks (outside DLSL):


 


 



  1. After 3 working days, proceed to the Accounting Office to present Deposit Slip and Official Enrollment and Assessment Form  (OEAF) for enrollment validation.
  2. Then, proceed to the Office of the Registrar for ID validation.

 


---End of Enrollment---


 









 


N O T E S


 


·      If you cannot personally claim your grades, claim your OEAF or request for documents, you may send your representative to process, inform them to bring an Authorization Letter, photocopy of your school ID and his/her valid ID to be presented to the assigned OR staff.


·      Enrollment of dismissed students will be automatically cancelled even if payment has been made already.


 


 


GS Science Varsity Team Wins Big in District, Division Levels
In two succeeding events of the Science Fair and Congress themed "Pushing the Frontiers of Science through Innovations and Excellence," held September 10 and September 17, 2015 for the District and Division Levels, respectively, De La Salle Lipa's Grade School Science Varsity Team certainly went beyond their boundaries to conquer major awards.

In the District Level, "Angela Santelices of BB 204 won 2nd place out of 30 participating schools both from public and private in Science Quiz Bee in Grade 3; Matthew Daniel Dalangin of BB 304 won 3rd place out of 30 participating schools also in Science Quiz Bee in Grade 5, both from public and private; Gianna Dominique Dalangin of BB 41 won 2nd place in Sci-Impromptu out of 19 participating schools both from public and private;  and Isabelle Lara Aguirre of BB 41won 3rd place in the Sci-Art out of 19 participating schools both from public and private. The theme for Sci-Impromptu and Sci-Art was changed prior to the contest proper," according to the GS Varsity Team's mentor, Ms. Pines Domingo-Pangan, and yet the DLSL's contestants still manage to win awards.

Santelices and Gianna Dominique Dalangin advanced to the Division Level held at Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School and replicated their major awards, winning second place in Grade 3 Quiz Bee and third place in Grade 6 Sci-Impromptu, respectively. Challenges not only came from the degree of difficulty, but as well as the fact that the questions were in Filipino, after being acquainted in English. Apparently, it was not enough to deter the young Lasallians from succeeding. 

Ms. Pangan shared that she "was happy with the results because they still made it considering that there were many participating schools [that] joined." It is another testament of the team's determination and dedication in improving their craft at such a young age.

The DLSL community, and most likely their parents, beam with pride for the GS Science Varsity team's effort and hardwork; for harnessing their God-given gifts, as well as the honor they bring to the institution.



Invitation to Sojourn 2016
Animo La Salle!

Sojourn, the Lasallian Pilgrimage and Renewal Program, is an annual activity that brings together the Brothers and Lasallian Partners in a unique journey of faith toward greater service and communion. The Sojourn program is designed to deepen the Lasallian experience by a physical return to our roots. Initiated by De La Salle Lipa in 2007, Sojourn is a homecoming to the beginnings of the Lasallian educational mission and is highlighted by a pilgrimage to significant Lasallian sites in France, Belgium, and Italy.

Aside from Lasallian sites, Sojourn 2016 shall also include a visit to Versailles, Lourdes, Lissieux, and Assisi. The pilgrimage shall run from April 9 to April 29, 2016 and shall have an estimated cost of Php 180,000, depending on the prevailing exchange rates of US Dollars and Euros.

Join us and experience for yourself the inspiration to genuinely live the Lasallian charism and increase our passion in teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives

Online registration is open to all Administrators, Faculty, and Staff from October 9, 2015 until November 5, 2015. To register online, please enter this on your internet browser:

http://goo.gl/forms/0KBKS28AXA

For inquiries, you may contact Mr. Arnold Capuloy at 981-1155 or e-mail him at sojourn@delasalle.ph


Culture & Arts Office Launches New Exhibit
In a modest but worthwhile opening ceremony of the latest art exhibit by the Culture and Arts Office, administrators and select students, along with the special guests, gathered on August 12, 2015 at De La Salle Lipa's The Gallery, located on the second floor of the College Learning Resource Center.

A group of 14 young contemporary artists, namely, Jaime Rafael Atienza, Catherine Salazar, Siefred Guilaran, Paul David Magisa, Charmaine Mendoza, Aldron Anchinges, Darrel Lagasca, Francisco Tolentino, Kevin Balboa, Froilan Pastrana, Den Chua, Crystal Paloma, Romnick Diez, and Lino Jamisola, top bill the exhibit dubbed "Mindful, Full of Minds."

The very striking products of the promising artists are not only for viewing pleasure for they are also for sale.

The "Mindful, Full of Minds" art exhibit will run until September 13, 2015.



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!

IS Submission of 1st quarter report card

All High School scholars namely: Expanded,, MA, Star,
Freeschool, Privately Funded are requested to submit photocopy of their 1st
quarter report card at the LAMP Office on or before September 11, 2015.


IS PALARO SA AKLATAN 2015

 

Kaugnay ng selebrasyon ng Buwan ng Wika, magkakaroon ng "Palaro sa Aklatan" para sa mga mag-aaral ng Antas 1-6. Ito ay magaganap sa darating na Agosto 17-18, sa ika 11:30-12:20 ng tanghali. Ang paligsahan ay nahahati sa bugtong at bigkas pilipit dila at nangangailangan ng 20-25 kalahok. Ang mga mapalad na magwawagi ay may kaukulang premyo. Kaya halina at makiisa...SALI NA KAYO!!!


ISLRC INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAM SCHEDULE SY2015-2016(2ND QUARTER)

Grade 9 - Electronic Sources(Databases) -  August 12-18, 2015

Grade 10 - Basic Sourcing/Electronic Sources(Databases)  -  August 19-28, 2015

Grade 7  -  Sources of Research and Its Access -  August 24-28, 2015

Grade 9  -  Basic Sourcing  - October 12-16, 2015

Grade 6  -  Dewey Decimal Classification System - August 27-28, 2015

Grade 5  -  Card Catalog/OPAC- August 20, 2015

Grade 4  -  Reference Sources and Dewey Decimal Classification System

Grade 3  -  Parts of the Book

Grade 1  -  Parts of the Book


ISLRC INFORMATION LITERACY PROGRAM SY2015-2016 (FIRST QUARTER)

Grade 8 - Different Sources for Research and Its Access (July 6-10, 2015)

Grade 5 - Using Reference Sources Effectively (July 24, 2015)


IS LRC ORIENTATION SCHEDULE SY2015-2016

 

Newly Hired IS Faculty - June 5, 2015

New Students from Grades 2-6 - June 9, 2015

Grade 1  -  June 10, 2015

Grade 7  -  June 15-26, 2015

Kinder - June 22-26, 2015

Nursery 2  -  June 29-July 3, 2015

Nursery 1  -  July 6-7, 2015


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.

Integrated School Research Journal: Vol. 1 Issue No. 2

Invitation to Bid


Further information on the requirements specifications and terms of reference can be coursed directly to the DLSL Central Procurement Dept. (CPD) with telephone numbers (043) 756-5555 loc. 296/ (043) 981-1782 and (02) 881-5214.




Internal Audit Team
In line with De La Salle Philippines' commitment to promote efficient, honest and professional operations on schools where communities are accountable, we have contracted the services of Mr. William M. Gamotia and his team on retainer basis. Initially, they will conduct a review of the operations of the Financial Resource Department (FRD) to ensure that the School has an effective system of internal control.

Please extend your full support and cooperation to Mr. Willie and his team. They may visit your office to conduct interviews or walk-throughs of the processes affecting or related to financial transactions.

Thank you.

Industry Participation in Developing Competencies for Employment Success: Learning from 3-Years Of OJT Program of a Philippine Higher Education Institution
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PMA's Take on Marketing Tips
In another successful venture by the Philippine Marketing Association, in partnership with De La Salle Lipa, a seminar on Marketing Tips on Creating Brand Awareness benefited several representatives from various companies.

Around 50 participants were on hand to update themselves with the current trends and learned from the invited resource speakers on June 19, 2015 at the Cafe Le Barako of Chez Rafael at DLSL.

Faith Abano, General Manager of Celestial Media Services, Inc. gave substantive insights on "Creating a Compelling Brand," while Norman Davadilla, OOH Director, Starcom Mediavest Group, shared his know-how on "Creating Brand Awareness: Through Out-Of-Home and Other Media."

This burgeoning PMA-DLSL tandem is a replicate of a previous joint venture, held last year and likewise hosted by DLSL.





IS Research Journal 2014-2015
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Issuance of Car Pass
Please be informed that the issuance of car stickers has started 16 June 2015. Only the Security Detachment Office is authorized to affix the stickers. The policy on "No sticker, no entry" shall be enforced starting 20 July 2015. We believe that with the help on your sincere cooperation and understanding the time frame allotted to you will be more than enough for you to process and secure your vehicle-sticker applications.

Please be also guided that stickers of previous school years will not be honored and should be detached prior to affixing of the 2015-2016 stickers.

For your information and guidance.

Thanks and regards.

Issuance of Red Stickers for Employees
This is to remind the community that RED vehicle stickers are already available at the GSD Office. Issuance shall be based on the list provided by individual divisions based on the recently approved issuance matrix.

Employees included in the approved list as provided by their respective division heads may bring their vehicles to the parking area next to the Gen. Malvar Building for affixing of car stickers.

Please be also guided that stickers of previous school years will not be honored and must be detached prior to affixing of the AY 2015-2016 stickers. Security personnel shall be removing old red stickers upon entry.

For your information and guidance.

Thanks and regards.

One Place More to Praise the Lord
In addition to the new DLSL Retreat Complex's existing structures, construction for a Capilla broke ground last 7 April 2015 at 10:30 in the morning.

The structure is made possible by the contribution and support of an ever-constant partner, the Academe Foundation, through the Villavicencio family and its patriarch, Mr. Ramon F. Villavicencio.  The family, in memory of the ancestors, Edgardo and Pacita Villavicencio, donated the Capilla.  The clan would like the place to be dedicated for worship and meditation to the Holy Trinity.

In simple ceremonies, Villavicencio family representative Mrs. Carol Villavicencio shared their thoughts and messages.  Her daughter, Ms. Natasha Alana Reyes, accompanied her.  De La Salle Lipa was led by Brother President Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min and Vice Chancellors Dr. Alicia Botardo, Ms. Jhyn Concordia and Ms. Violeta Ramirez.

The DLSL Retreat Complex, designed to be the home to numerous retreats, recollections and formation activities, needs a heart, a further quiet place where every Lasallian can converse with God in their own pace and in their own space.  Thus the Capilla rises at a providential time.

The Retreat Complex Capilla joins the existing Capilla de San Juan Bautista De La Salle, itself at the heart of the main campus, as another place to praise the Lord.



Institutional Uniforms SY2015-2016
Please be reminded that all full-time faculty and staff are required to wear the prescribed uniform for SY2015-2016 starting June 8, 2015 (Monday), following the schedule below:                                                                                               
DAYMALEFEMALE
MondayLight cream barong (with beige embroidery on the chest) & slacksLight gray with scarf & slacks/skirt
TuesdayGreenish beige barong (new set) & slacksBeige w/ dark blue blouse & blue slacks/combination of blue & beige skirt
WednesdayGray barong & slacksBluish gray w/ yellow accent on the neckline & slacks/skirt
ThursdayWhite barong (w/ white embroidery) & slacksLight brown blouse & slacks/skirt or dress
FridayOffice attire (polo shirt/barong & slacks)Office attire (blouse & slacks/skirt)

ON WEARING THE UNIFORM 
  1. Wearing of the prescribed uniform on the scheduled day must be strictly observed. Do not mismatch the uniforms. Wearing old uniforms is highly discouraged.
  2.  
  3. Full-time employees who are not yet qualified for the benefit shall be excused from the following uniform guidelines.
  4.  
  5. During school days with special school activities, employees may wear the attire prescribed by the division heads.
  6.  
  7. PE teachers are allowed to wear the prescribed uniform in the performance of their work.
  8.  
  9. Pregnant employees are allowed to wear decent maternity dresses during the duration of their pregnancy.
  10.  
  11. The official ID is part of the official uniform and MUST be worn at all times in the school premises.

EXEMPTIONS
In the implementation of this Dress Code, certain exemptions may be allowed on the following grounds:
  1. When the nature of the work of the employee demands that he/she wears clothing other than those prescribed above;
  2.  
  3. When an employee has physical disability and/or other legitimate health reasons, he/she must submit a medical certificate noted by the immediate superior to be forwarded to the Institutional Health Services which will be submitted to the HRD Office. The letter must indicate the duration of the excused non-compliance;
  4.  
  5. Other circumstances analogous to the foregoing

SANCTIONS FOR NOT WEARING THE PRESCRIBED UNIFORMS:
1st offense - oral warning
2nd offense - written warning
3rd offense - 1-2 days suspension
4th offense - 3-5 days suspension
* The counting of accumulated infraction on the guidelines will be on a semestral basis.

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE IMMEDIATE SUPERIOR
The immediate superior has the responsibility to check, monitor and reprimand his/her subordinates for the offenses.

RESPONSIBILITY OF THE EMPLOYEE
Every time a co-worker fails to wear the prescribed uniform he/she must write a letter of explanation to the immediate superior.

Please be guided accordingly.

DLSL Institutional General Assembly: Shine [as] the Brightest Star in the Region
In the annual tradition of the institution and to mark the start of Academic Year 2015-2016, De La Salle Lipa held its annual Institutional General Assembly coinciding with the Feast of St. John Baptist De La Salle, May 15, 2015.

Rounding up more than 600 employees, the SENTRUM was once again packed with expectant employees awaiting the introduction of this years service awardees.

Prior to the recognition ceremony, President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin "Kenneth" Martinez FSC, D. Min. addressed the DLSL community to set the tone of the event and provide directions for the new school year. The Brother President and Chancellor presented the major accomplishments of the previous school year, the upcoming structures and programs to look forward to, and gave way to the inspirational message of DLSL's BAR Top 4 and CPA Top 2 alumnus and faculty member, Atty. Reginald Laco, CPA. Atty. Laco's tale of his humble beginnings to the fulfillment of his major achievements, and his profound expression of debt of gratitude to former mentors, teachers, and the school administrators, moved everyone to tears. For as long as he can teach, this young Lasallian will continue his mission to pay it forward, and to likewise see his students succeed and fulfill their dreams.

On his final note, Br. Kenneth, wished everyone not only longevity in service, but above all, a better quality of life, grow further as professionals, to attain or maintain good health, and for DLSL to conspicuously "shine [as] the brightest star in the region."

DLSL Service Awardees

This year's batch of service awardees could never be happier. Aside from the immortalized recognition in a form of a plaque or ring, the cash incentive had been nearly tripled the amount, making the special occasion memorable and fruitful as well.

With beaming colleagues, the DLSL community congratulates the following awardees for their unceasing service to fellow Lasallians and their commitment in the fulfillment of the institution's vision-mission:

35 years
Lingao, Mauricio R.

30 years
Gonzales, Nelson P.
Orozco, Jovito Eugenio F.

Juan Medrano
Guavez, Lorna A.
Jonson, Eva G.
Lescano, Mercedita C.
Marquez, Maria Theresa G.
Matibag, Hedeliza M.
Rubis, Ruben T.
Silva, Romil S.

25 years
Loreto, Victorio M.
Rosales, Loida P.
Vergara, Eugenia A.
Vergara, Juliana P.
Yanga, Ma. Luisa M.

20 years
Africa, Editha M.
Alvarez, Maria Sheila G.
Angeles, Haidee M.
Castillo, Amelito M.
Cuevas, Verna V.
Lingao, Elma M.
Maganito, Olivia Julita F.
Mangulabnan, Ma. Theresa M.
Marquez, Rowena A.
Obre, Glenda R.
Rabino, Lilian C.
Remo, Violeta I.
Robles, Grace L.
Rosos, Jocelyn A.
Saludo, Wilfredo G.
Sanchez, Grace C.
Sebuc, Leah P.
Vasallo, Enrique Jr. J.
Villanueva, Rene B.

15 years
Dimaala, Verna A.
Dimaunahan, Noemi P.
Dimaculangan, Jerome B.
Diokno, Olivia L.
Gutierrez, Arnel J.
Kalaw, Marivec P.
Lalunio, Michelle M.
Landicho, Leonie M.
Lucero, Allan P.
Magpantay, Luz M.
Martija, Ronaldo T.
Morillo, Anna Doreen E.
Obea, Golda Margaret D.
Puertollano, Ryan Paul P.
Quinto, Celestie S.
Rezaba, Ma. Fe L.
Rodriguez, Jasper Paulo C.

10 years
Alcaraz, Judith U.
Amazona, Ronnie M.
Anonuevo, Marjorie M.
Cabrera, Rodelio H.
Dimaunahan, Adrian Y.
Fabon, Renemarie F.
Landicho, Oliver M.
Lasin, Jerwin M.
Llanes, Michael T.
Lupac, Girlie N.
Maalihan, Jun M.
Magsino, Florentino Jr. D.
Magsombol, Michelle I.
Mias, Jenny Lou A.
Navarro, Virsely A.
Palino, Israel Ceazar E.
Ramirez, Maria Rowena G.
Recio, Angela U.
Roldan, Maria Crecelda D.
Roxas, Joselito P.
Silang, Jhenilyn M.
Train, Bonifacio Jr. G.






DLSL Tops Nationwide RME Licensure April 2015
In the most recent Registered Master Electrician Licensure Examination, De La Salle Lipa's examinees made it with flying colors, catapulting the institution to the number one spot as Top Performing School, nationwide, with three of its passers among the topnotchers: Top 8 Miguel Angelo Umali Laygo, Top 10 Jhon Lester Sanghilan Bartolome and Jandi Lopez Quijano.

This promising batch of licensure exam passers garnered 83.75% versus the national passing rate 41.92%.

Through the official announcement of the Philippine Regulation Commission, 1,134 out of 2,705 passed the licensure exam held April 2015 in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, and Lucena.

With pride and joy, the DLSL community congratulates the following RME Licensure Exam passers:|
1. JOHN JOSHUA ESCAREZ ACORDA
2. SARAH MELISSA AMURAO ADAYA
3. MARVIN PALMARIA AGUJA
4. RAMON GENIL ALMEDA IV
5. ROGIELINE JOY PURO ALVAREZ
6. JIM LLOYD ROSALES AUSTRIA
7. PATRICK DANIEL CALANGI AVENA
8. JOHN VINCENT MORALES BARRION
9. JHON LESTER SANGHILAN BARTOLOME  
10. DAREN NIEVA BOLOR
11. GODOFREDO SANDOVAL BRUAL IV
12. JED CARLO ELCA CADEVIDA
13. ELIEZER LEVITA CAJULIS
14. LIDDY LOUTER MAGSINO CAMBAS 
15. LUIS MARTIN LINATOC CANLAS
16. DEO CEDRIC IDIO CASTILLO
17. LOREN HANNAH MARIE SILVA CASUNDO
18. AIKA SABUG CATALAN
19. CARL HARLEY MANGUIAT CENA
20. CHARLES AMERIGO PALASIN COMPAERO
21. CHRISTIAN LEYNES DE CASTRO
22. REX ESPINA DE LEON
23. DONDI GERARD CONTRERAS DE VILLA
24. MICAH JETHRO ABEL DIMAANO
25. DINGLASAN, AXEL DE TORRES
26. MAX MARON DIMACULANGAN DOMINGO
27. JONATHAN CABATAY EBREO
28. JOHN JERICK NARVAEZ ESPEDIDO
29. BON DAVID MENDOZA GARCIA
30. KRISTA MICHELLE MILLENDEZ GARCIA 
31. JAERO PIUS COLENDRA GARONG
32. RYAN JAMES MARALIT HERNANDEZ
33. JOHN PATRICK TOLENTINO ILAGAN
34. ALFONSOJEEN MALABUYOC JAVIER
35. JOHN RAPHAEL HERNANDO LAPID 
36. ELREY PAUL DIMAYUGA LAROZA
37. IVAN JOSEPH GUERRERO LAT                 
38. KEVIN ADREE  WAGAN LAT
39. MIGUEL ANGELO UMALI LAYGO
40. ELDEN JOSUA BERCENIO MACALINAO 
41. JEFFREY CARLO DEL VALLE MAGPANTAY
42. ROLDAN RAMOS MANALO 
43. ELYZA DANIELLE VILLARINO MANGURALI  
44. PATRICK JULIUS BRITON MANJARES   
45. BRYAN MARTINEZ MARANAN
46. KENN BRYAN BANAAG MAYUGA  
47. KEVIN DIMACULANGAN MENDOZA     
48. MA ANSHERINA LOPEZ MENDOZA   
49. RENEYET ALOC OBINA
50. RAYMOND  CAPILANGO ORANDE               
51. GEORGINA ANGELU ROXAS ORDOEZ   
52. JOHN ERICKSON PLATON ORTILLA
53. MARVIN DIMACULANGAN PAGSUYOIN
54. CHARMAINE ANGELES PANGANIBAN
55. RAISA PAULINE MARANAN PANGANIBAN
56. EDSEL LAT PANGHULAN
57. MARIA VERONA LORZANO PESIGAN  
58. GIAN CARLO SISON PORILLO
59. PATRICIA DENISE REYES POSE  
60. JANDI LOPEZ QUIJANO
61. JASMINE ELOISA MENDOZA RAMOS
62. JANINE REDONDO REDONDO
63. CARLO MENDOZA RIZALDO
64. JEZREEL REYES TUMOGSOC
65. MARIA FATIMA LAUREN KATIGBAK UMALI
66. ADRIAN ESLAWAN VALENCIA 
67. TED MATTHEW BELO VILLANUEVA




Issuance of Grades for Summer of SY 2014-2015
Summer grades are now available for viewing at the  student portal...

For the issuance of printed copy of summer grades, students are advised to proceed to the VDI Lab, CMR 200 at the  2nd Floor of the CMR Building. Thank you.

Special Assignment for School Year 2015-2016
I am pleased to confirm the following special assignments of our Lasallian partners who will help us in the further development and enrichment of our curriculum, learning modules, and other academic materials in our Senior High School Program. Their special assignment will be from May 15, 2015 to April 30, 2016:
SPECIAL ASSIGNMENTS
  
Senior High School HeadMr. Rene Villanueva
STEM Strand CoordinatorMs. Iezyl Torino
ABM Strand CoordinatorMr. Allan Pagsuyuin
GA and HUMMS Strand CoordinatorMs. Ma. Jocelyn Jaucian
Learning Area Coordinator, EnglishMs. Marineil Alilei Abante
Learning Area Coordinator, Filipino,
    Literature and Humanities
Ms. Mary Ann Illana
Learning Area Coordinator, MathematicsMs. Iezyl Torino (concurrent)
Learning Area Coordinator, Personal DevelopmentMs. Romaine Magboo (concurrent)
Learning Area Coordinator, ICT for LearnersMs. Minerva Fanoga (concurrent)
Learning Area Coordinator, ScienceDr. Joy Talens
Learning Area Coordinator, Physical EducationMs. Catherine Manalo
Learning Area Coordinator, ResearchMr. Joseph Ng
Learning Area Coordinator, Social SciencesMs. Ma. Jocelyn Jaucian (concurrent)
Learning Area Coordinator, Religious Education
    and Philosophy
Mr. Teodoro Alday
Learning Area Coordinator, EntrepreneurshipMr. Allan Pagsuyuin (concurrent)
Learning Area Coordinator, Business AdministrationMs. Jesilyn Sabay
Learning Area Coordinator, AccountancyMs. Ma. Jamila Punay
Learning Area Coordinator, Media and Information LiteracyMs. Cherie Glo Cabungcal (concurrent)


Thank you very much.



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

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.

Institutional Rest and Recreation (IRR)
Based on the result of the survey conducted in March 2015, the Institutional Rest and Recreation will be at Star City on May 29, 2015, Friday. Since Star City opens at 2:00 pm, there will be a side trip to MOA in the morning. Below is the itinerary.   
                                                                                                        
Itinerary 
6:30 am - 7:30 amAssembly in front of the Sentrum
7:30 amExpected Time of Departure from DLSL
9:30 amExpected Time of Arrival at MOA
10:00 am - 1:30 pmMOA
1:30 pmExpected Time of Departure from MOA
2:00 pm - 6:00 pmStar City
6:30 pmExpected Time of Departure from Star City
8:30 pmExpected Time of Arrival at De La Salle Lipa

Guidelines for the Rest and Recreation
     
  1. The Institutional Rest and Recreation is EXCLUSIVE to DLSL co-workers.
  2.  
  3. All part-time faculty will be requested to confirm if they are joining the IRR through a sign-up list. A sign-up booth for the IRR shall be available at the SENTRUM during the General Assembly.
  4.  
  5. Official business trip for 8 hours should be filed thru HRIS by all co-workers who will be joining the activity.
  6.  
  7. Co-workers who will not be able to join due to official business engagements/trips or health reasons should write a letter to the HRD signed by the immediate superior on or before May 19, 2015, in order to determine the total number of participants for budget purposes.
  8.  
  9. Bus assignments of employees will be posted at the HRD Bulletin Board located at the College Lobby on May 25.
  10.  
  11. All DLSL vehicles/rented buses will be used for the activity. Bringing of personal vehicles will not be allowed.
  12.  
  13. Attendance will be checked on the bus by the Bus Leader from 7:00 am to 7:30 am before departure. Alongside with the attendance check will be the distribution of allowance to all participants to shoulder their snacks and lunch. Those who will not be joining the bus back to DLSL should indicate in the attendance sheet provided by the HRD.
  14.  
  15. Star City tickets will be distributed at the bus after the MOA trip going to Star City. Star City tickets will be charged to the employees who will not be joining the group going to the park.
  16.  
  17. DLSL has an exclusive gate for entrance to Star City.
  18.  
  19. All participants are required to wear a La Salle green shirt.
  20.  
  21. The time mentioned in the schedule will be STRICTLY FOLLOWED. Everyone is REQUIRED to comply with the schedule.

For any inquiries, you may call HRD at local 210 or at 981-0011.

Thank you.

Integrated School Enrollment Schedule SY 2015-2016

College of Law Testimonial: Parangal 2015
In an intimate affair held on April 17, 2015, the close-knit community of the College of Law (CoL) of De La Salle Lipa gathered to celebrate and give thanks for the many blessings that the fledgling program had been bestowed with.

To fittingly commence the jubilation brought about by the triumphant and favorable results of the 2014 BAR examination, a celebration of the Holy Eucharist took place led by Fr. Antonio Umali. The alumnus priest, who was once a Law student, emphasized the paramount purpose of practicing Law - to exercise the people's rights and help them obtain justice.

Shortly after the Holy Mass, the same group congregated at Cafe Le Barako of Chez Rafael to continue the festivities.

The families of the BAR passers starting with the top 4, Atty. Regnilad L. Laco, JD, CPA, Atty. Krisandra Ann D. Malaluan, JD and Atty. Ismael T. Serrano, Jr., JD from the pioneer batch, along with the Law students, dean, faculty, and administrators, mingled and exchanged pleasantries with pure exhilaration as soon as they met at the venue.

Mixed emotions ruled the testimonial of the faculty members of the CoL but everyone agreed on how they all expectantly and anxiously waited for the results, more so by the CoL Dean, Atty. Emerito Enginco and the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alicia Botardo. They were beaming with pride for the pioneer batch as if they were their own children.   

Special guests - former top administrators - President Br. Manuel Pajarillo FSC and Chancellor Juan Lozano, the proponent and the people behind the birth of the CoL at DLSL, found the surreal event a vindication for applying for the program, at the time when a lot of Law schools were being shut down due to poor performance. 

DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC. D. Min. was the lone soul who did not fret nor waited in vain for the exam results, for he was confident that the pioneer batch has given more than enough and shall receive more than expected.

Tears were inevitably shed as overwhelmed parents and students heard first hand how the bittersweet journey of the pioneer batch successfully concluded; how their values were pushed to the limit; how much tests and challenges they needed to conquer and survive the grueling reviews; and how they have mustered their courage to finally face the much anticipated results of the BAR examination - the fruit of their labor. It was obviously never easy, but every bit of pain and sacrifice paid off. 

The Law students look up to the pioneer batch with such adoration and admiration, for they have only conquered half the battle of what the graduates had endured - the closing remarks clearly summed up their aspirations and the dream to accomplish something close to the achievements of the BAR passers is more than they could ask for.   

In a modest fashion, citation and tokens were awarded to the three BAR exam passers and a cash incentive was given to the college, for a job well done.




RE: Administrative Appointments for School Year 2015-2016
I am pleased to confirm the following appointments effective for one year starting on May 1, 2015 to April 30, 2016.

                                                                                                                                   
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-OIC, Presidential Management Office (until June 30, 2015)Ms. Ma. Lourdes Malaluan
Director, Finance DirectorateMs. Maricel Llamas
Manager, Financial Resource DepartmentMs. Portia Araque
Manager, Marketing and Communications DepartmentMs. Ma. Lourdes Malaluan
Supervisory, TreasuryMs. Luz Magpantay
Supervisory, PayrollMs. Nilda Bernarda Casas


Thank you very much.



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

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





Math Wiz Perez Strikes Anew
Indeed, the Integrated School's Elementary Math Varsity team has established a formidable team which resulted in the groups winning streak.

After conquering the titles from the elimination to the regional levels of the MTAP competitions, the successful tandem of Angelo Vince Perez and coaches, Leonie Landicho and Dennis Dimaala, has brought another accolade to the institution.

Grade 6 student, Perez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cenon and Lucy Perez, represented Region IV-A in the 2015 MTAP NATIONAL Finals held March 13-14 at Metrobank Plaza, Makati City. The young Lasallian certainly rose to the occasion as he bagged Second Place after facing challengers from different regions across the country, in the written and mental oral rounds, under time pressure.

Based on the overall ranking, NCR-A St. Jude Catholic School placed first with 56.00 points, Region IV-A De La Salle Lipa with 52.80 points placed second, and finally, Region-IX Zamboanga Chong Hua High School with 50.40 points, third place.

The DLSL community congratulates in unison the victorious team who has proven that winning is a hard habit to break.



One Day League for Faculty and Staff
In preparation for the Inter-La Salle  Employees' Sports Fest in May 2015, the Human Resource Department is organizing a One Day League for employees who excel in different fields of sports.

The One Day League is scheduled on April 14, 2015, Tuesday at the Br. Henry Virgil Memorial Gymnasium. Games include the following:
  1. Table Tennis
  2. Badminton
  3. Chess
  4. Darts

All games are open to both male and female employees. Faculty and staff who will be participating in the tournament will be excused from their work. For sign-up and inquiries, you may contact Ms. Raquel Inciong of HRD at local 210 or at 981 0011. Deadline of sign-up will be on April 6, 2015, Monday.

We greatly anticipate your cooperation in this event. Thank you very much.

RE: On Working Scholars Official Duties and Functions in offices/areas
I would like to inform the members of the community that Clerical/Maintenance Assistance and FEBRES scholarship programs were created to give the underserved youth access to a Lasallian education in exchange of their clerical and maintenance services in the offices where they are deployed. Furthermore, working scholars perform official  duties related to the service and function of the office.

In this connection, I would like to remind our Lasallian Partners that CA, MA and FEBRES scholars should not perform personal duties/tasks during the course of duty in the office where they are assigned. The following should not be part of their duties and responsibilities:

  1. Personal errands, but not limited to, buying food, bank transactions (ATM withdrawal and bank deposits) and fetching and bringing school bags of the employees ward during dismissal in the Integrated School.
  2. Task/s that is part of the basic duties and responsibilities of a faculty or office staff/administrator with a teaching load like checking and encoding of test papers/quizzes/projects, making or encoding test questions, computing grades, substituting for an absent teacher, and other related functions.
  3. Any errand that requires the working scholar to go off campus unless supervised by the office staff, faculty and/or administrator.

Thank you very much.


Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez
Vice Chancellor for Mission

JPIAns PnC Goodwill Cup Champs
In the 2nd PnC Goodwill Cup organized by the Pamantasan ng Cabuyao on
January 18, 2015, the Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants
(JPIAns) De La Salle Lipa Chapter, composed of second to fourth year
Accountancy students, were hailed the Overall Champion.

The
JPIAns bested students from other chapters within CALABARZON after
dominating the 2nd PnC Goodwill Cup Quiz Bowl which included similar
subjects in the licensure examination. DLSLs Faye Reyes conquered the
most coveted title Champion of the Quiz Bowl. Fellow Lasallians, Keren
Dimaculangan and Jerelyn Bolaos bagged third and fourth place,
respectively, while Remon Artillaga and Eduard Ortega were also among
the contestants in the same category.

But aside from the academic
competition, the JPIAns proved they could equally outdo participants in
the cultural contests; part of which was the Clash of the Chorales.
DLSLs representative JPIA Psalms was adjudged champion in this category.
Members of the group are Trixie Rocafort, Vherton Acielo, Kevin dela
Pena, Rosette Endaya, Arnold Malibiran, Diane Reyes, Mica Moreto,
Kenneth Inciong, Joy Noreen Magoling, and Liz Arianne Sangalang.

The
remaining part of the cultural contest was the modern dance competition
dubbed Dance JPIA Dance where the JPIA All Out Crew placed third. The
following are the groups members: Renz Dimaculangan, Darwin Chua, Vjae
Claveria, Sherr Oldiem, Gracy Dolor, Mich Kalaw, Diana Berinia, Klark
Kent Perez, Mon Monfero, Jerrick Barral, Cecille Seguenza, and Cecile
Dimaano.




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.

ORP strengthens trainings for statisticians, editors, publication officer, technical staff
In its desire to improve the soft skills of statisticians, editors, publication officer and technical staff, the Office of Research and Publication sent them to various seminars and trainings.

Joe Macatangay, publication officer has attended the DLSU-Dasmarinas Research Week along with Marife Malaluan; Training on Trends in Journal Management for International Indexing (ISI and Scopus) with Dr. Edgar Allan Castro; and Training on Writing an Effective Journal Paper with Mr. Amelito Castillo.

Last November 25, Vicenta Mayuga, Iezyl Torino and Marjeric Buenafe attended the Data Analysis for Health Researches Workshop sponsored by the HRDCR IV-A.

At DLSL, 20 statisticians and faculty members from college and IS attended a two-day training, November 20-21 on Statistical Data Analysis facilitated by Mr. Johnny Amora of De La Salle College of St. Benilde.

The ORP is really vent at honing the skills of everyone involved in maintaining the quality of both faculty and student research.





ICTC PRINTER CENTRALIZATION
1.0 STANDARD AND GENERAL PROCEDURE
It is the policy of DLSL to optimize the use of ICT equipment through the effective
management and distribution of these resources, specifically computer peripherals like
electronic printers or simply printers. This ensures the printer inventories are kept to an
optimum adequate level such that an effective management of consumables is also
realized.

2.0 PURPOSE
The purpose of this document is to identify actions and responsibilities to:
2.1 Provide for effective control and coordinate approach to distribution, allocation
and assignment of printers.
2.2 Provide for a rational scheme of printer distribution based on office occupant to
printer ratio and printing volume
2.3 Minimize inventories of both printer and its corresponding consumables
2.4 Identify exceptions to the scheme rationally and fairly
2.5 Support Project Carbon Neutral (PCN) initiatives by minimizing the number of
power consuming ICT devices in different offices and reducing the amount of IT waste
produced

Click here for full details



Mary Mediatrix Statue Finds a Home at DLSL
In a modest and solemn ceremony, befitting the newest member of the community, the new Mary Mediatrix statue now sits amid the new formation venue of De La Salle Lipa, the Retreat Complex.

On a Saturday morning, November 8, 2014, Fr. Bubot Hernandez did the honors of blessing the statue, courtesy of the Carmelite Community of Lipa City.

In the presence of a handful of people composed of DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., a Carmelite sister representing their community, Vice Chancellor for Mission Violeta Ramirez, Br. Joseph Daluz FSC, and other guests who came by, witnessed with reverence the said event.

The Brother President hopes that the communitys devotion to Mary will grow and mature.

The DLSL community is deeply honored and eternally grateful for the loving and poignant presence of the Mary Mediatrix.




Important Dates to Remember
Please be informed of the following important dates:

  1. December 20-23, 26-30, 2014 - January 2-4, 2015 - Partial School Shut Down, Christmas Vacation of Faculty and Staff. Employees who wish to enter the school premises may request permission in writing from the Office of the VCAd.

  2. December 24, 25, & 31, 2014 and January 1, 2015 - Non-Working Holiday (Proclamation No. 655) - Full School Shutdown Down. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel.

  3. January 3, 2015 - GSD personnel are required to report for a half day work (morning only) to ensure that the school is ready before the resume of classes.

Everyone is expected to be back for regular work on January 5, 2015 (Monday).

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Institutional Christmas Party
In line with this year's Christmas Celebration, please be guided by the following:
     
  1. Distribution of the Christmas baskets
  2.  
       
    1. The Christmas baskets will be distributed on December 17, 2014 (Wednesday) from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Distribution will be at the following designated areas:
    2.    
               
      1. AVR 2 - Integrated School
      2.        
      3. FORMER NURSING LIBRARY (MB BUILDING) - Colleges, Student Services Office, College SAO, College Guidance Office, Discipline Office
      4.        
      5. FHPD Function Room, 2nd Floor, C.M. Recto Hall - OP, PMO, OVCAD, OVCAR, Academic Services, OVCM
      6.        
       
    3. In cases wherein the co-worker will not be able to claim his/her basket, an authorization letter will be required from the employee who will be getting it on his/her behalf.
    4.  
    5. Hotdog and ham, which are part of the Christmas basket, can only be claimed until 3:00 pm of December 19, 2014.
    6.  
    7. All unclaimed groceries can only be claimed until January 30, 2015.
    8.  
     
  3. RAFFLE
  4.  
       
    1. Minor prizes for the raffle will be pre-drawn in the morning of December 17, 2014 (Wednesday) with the presence of representatives coming from different divisions.
    2.  
    3. Winners of the minor prizes shall be posted at the HRD Bulletin Board located at CMR Lobby.
    4.  
    5. Release of MINOR raffle prizes will be on December 18, 2014 (Thursday) from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm at the FHPD Function Room.
    6.  
    7. Unclaimed raffle prizes can be claimed until January 30, 2015.
    8.  
    9. Raffle of major prizes will be during the Christmas party. PHYSICAL PRESENCE is required.
    10.  
     
  5. Details of the Institutional Christmas Party
  6.  
       
    1. The De La Salle Lipa Insitutional Chritmas Party with the theme "DLSL Celebrates Pinoy Rock" will be on December 19, 2014.
    2.  
    3. The Institutional Christmas mass will be held at the Capilla at 3:30 pm.
    4.  
    5. Registration will be from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm at the CENTEN A. The program will start at 6:30 pm.
    6.  
    7. Ticket/Food stub will be distributed to all Full-time Faculty and Staff, Retainers and Part-time faculty who confirmed their attendance to the said activity during Christmas Basket distribution. Everyone is REQUIRED to bring the Ticket/Food stub during the Christmas party for it will be collected during food distribution.
    8.  
    9. The program is STRICTLY A LASALLIAN ADULT AFFAIR.
    10.  
    11. Everyone is requested to be in rock style outfit.
    12.  
     
  7. Other Important Information
  8.  
       
    1. Official Time on December 19, 2014 (Friday) will be from 1:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
    2.  
    3. Everyone is required to time in and out in the Biometrics.
    4.  
Thank you very much. May we have a blessed and meaningful Christmas this year as we celebrate the birth of JESUS CHRIST with love, joy, peace and thanksgiving!

Foundation Day Anniversary and Our Lady of Immaculate Conception
In celebration of the Foundation Anniversary of the Province of Batangas, President Benigno S. Aquino III declared Monday, 8 December 2014 as a Special (Non-Working) Day under Proclamation No. 913.

On the same day, we will also celebrate the Feast of Our Lady of Immaculate Conception. We encourage everyone to celebrate and participate in the half-day activity of the Community Involvement Office (CIO), "Alay kay Maria-Adopt a Family".

Our Lady of Immaculate Conception, Pray for us!

Free Laboratory Tests and ECG
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of the Human Resource Department, the Institutional Health Services (IHS) in coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting FREE LABORATORY screening and ECG to interested employees which will be held at the school clinic on November 28, 2014 from 7:00am to 10:00am.

The following services will be offered:
  • ECG Testing - 50 pax
  • Fasting Blood Sugar Screening - 100 pax
  • Cholesterol Screening - 30 pax

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onwards before the scheduled blood extraction.

A SIGN-UP will be available at the IHS until November 25, 2014 on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information, you may call Ms. Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Thank you very much.

IS Submission of 2nd quarter Report Card
All High School scholars namely: Expanded, Star, MA, Freeschool and Privately Funded are requested to submit photocopy of their 2nd quarter report card at the LAMP Office on or before November 27, 2014. Thank You.

Pneumococcal Vaccine
In line with the preventive Healthcare Program of the HRD, the Institutional Health Services will be facilitating the administration of PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE for interested employees and in relation to this, kindly take note of the following:
     
  1. A sign-up form is attached for those employees who are interested to avail of the said 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 1,000.00 - 1,200.00/dose/pax
  3.  
  4. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted from the employee's salary in four (4) paydays only starting October 25 until December 10, 2014. The policy on the 40% net take home pay will be observed.
       
    For Part-Time Instructors, the payment will be outright deduction from the October 25 salary. For Part-time Instructor's immediate dependents, the payment will be outright cash basis.
  5.  
  6. The deadline for the submission of the sign-up list is on October 16, 2014.
  7.  
  8. IMPORTANT REMINDERS:
       
    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above and adults up to sixty (60) years old can be vaccinated.
    2.  
    3. Vaccine can be given every three (3) years.
    4.  
    5. A person/child must have no allergy to previous immunization.
    6.  
    7. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.
    8.  
    9. For pregnant women, vaccine cannot be given during first (1st) trimester of pregnancy. If pregnancy is on the second (2nd) and third (3rd) trimester, clearance form Obstetrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
    10.  
    11. For breastfeeding mother, clearance from pediatrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
           
  9. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you very much.

PMA Tackles Marketing Tricks and Tips
In a joint venture, the Philippine Marketing Association (PMA) and De La Salle Lipa held a half-day seminar on Marketing Tricks & Tips for SMEs: Upgrade Your Marketing Know-How for Business Competitiveness.

More than 50 participants were in attendance on September 5, 2014 at the Diokno Auditorium to listen and learn from the testament of the flourishing businesses established by the resource speakers and maximize the use of modern technology to their advantage.

PMA Treasurer, Arlene P. Padua, CPM, President and Managing Director of Post 10 Worldwide Firm, talked on "Practical Marketing Strategies and Tactics for Small and Medium Enterprises." She shared how persistence and patience brought about success in her company, and shared generously the technical matters on marketing she acquired from PMA colleagues.

Dr. Leonard R. Garica, Jr., CPM, PMA VP for Education and Globera CEO, A Marketing Research and Consulting Firm, explained how one could obtain optimum result by venturing in the most relevant technology yet less expensive means to create a buzz and have a wider reach of market in the topic "Engagement Marketing for Business."  He presented various social media marketing sites like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and You Tube.

PMA and DLSL hope for more collaboration in the future through various marketing learning sessions in the region.



IS Submission of 1st quarter Report Card
All High School scholars namely: Expanded, Star, MA, Free school and Privately Funded are requested to submit photocopy of their 1st quarter report card at the LAMP Office on or before September 23, 2014

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.



DOLE Grants Financial Assistance to Lasallians
In cooperation with the Lasallian Assistance Management Program (LAMP), the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) distributed financial assistance to 150 De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) students, July 15.

As part of Republic Act no. 7323, otherwise known as Special Program for the Employment of the Students (SPES), 150 working scholars received PHP 3870.00 with the assistance of DOLEs administrative assistant II, Cherilyn Musni.

The program, which started in 2011 in DLSL, initially aimed to help poor but deserving students in pursuing their education through summer and Christmas vacations employment.

As of this school year, 606 students had already benefited in the aforementioned program.

Some of the requirements submitted by LAMP to DOLE were updated list of grantees, SPES application form and certifications, and grades and Enrolment Assessment Forms of the grantees.

The beneficiaries were also asked to cooperate with LAMPs future projects which commonly aim to assist the community.


ISLRC JULY 2014 ACTIVITIES

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION - JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL


Grade 9 - July 14-30, 2014  (Online Subscription Databases)


Grade 10 - July 7-10, 2014 (Online Subscription Databases)


Grade 8 - July 1-4, 2014 (Library Resources and Its Access)


LIBRARY INSTRUCTION - GRADE SCHOOL


Grade 6 - July 2-3, 2014 (Card Catalog)


LIBRARY PERIOD


Grades 1-6 - July 7-14,2014  (English)


Grades 1-6 - July 1-8, 2014  (Filipino)


NUTRI-CINEMA (GSLRC)


every 11:20-12:20 and 3:00-4:00pm


NUTRI-EXHIBIT (HSLRC & GSLRC)


SHOWCASING ACTIVITY


Nursery and Kinder (Ms. Malen Camitan)


Social Studies Department (Ms. Rose Cornejo)


 


 


ISLRC JULY LIBRARY ACTIVITIES

LIBRARY INSTRUCTION - JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL


Grade 8 - July 1-4, 2014  (Library Resources and Its Access)


ORP holds College and IS Fora
In its commitment to uphold the quality of research among teachers, two research fora were initiated by the Office of Research and Publications before the opening of classes for school year 2014-2015.

Bannering the theme "A Celebration of Scholarship and Engagement," the fora consisted plenary and parallel paper presentations and were graced by the presence of Br. Joaquin S. Martinez, FSC, D. Min. President and Chancellor of DLSL and Dr. Alicia B. Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research.

The Integrated School Research Forum which was held June 3, 2014 featured four plenary paper presentations of Noriel Navita: Teachers Multicultural Awareness of the School Environment: Basis for a Proposal for Enhancement Program for Teachers; Mayolisa Mantuano: Satisfaction Level of Parents of De La Salle Lipa on the Integrated School Academic Services and Mary Jane Gutierrez: Coping Self-Efficacy and Help Seeking Behavior of High School Students with Academic Difficulties in De La Salle Lipa. Parallel sessions divided into six tracks were held during the afternoon session of the Integrated School Research Forum.

Two days after the IS Research Forum, the College Research Forum was also conducted, June 5. Five plenary paper presentations were held in the morning of the forum. Plenary papers included: An Analysis of CGEAT Results of Amelito Castillo and Leonardo Magaling; Implications of Credentials Employee Selection Process and HEI Quality on Graduate Employment Success: Employment Transition Patterns in Labor Market of Batangas, Philippines of Dr. Edgar Allan G. Castro; Implementers Evaluation of the Community Involvement Programs of De La Salle Lipa written by Bernardo C. Lunar and Judith Alcaraz; Assessment of the Performance of Department Chairs of De La Salle Lipa of Dr. Hermogenes B. Panganiban and Status of Mangrove Vegetation in Lemery, Batangas, Southern Luzon, Philippines by Bernardo C. Lunar.

Six parallel paper presentations on areas Education and Lasallian Studies, Humanities, Arts and Culture/Community Involvement, Business Technology, Health, and Security and Environment followed through in the afternoon of the College Research Forum.

During the Research Fora, the De La Salle Lipa Integrated School Research Journal and the De La Salle Lipa Journal of Multidisciplinary Research were launched.





International Math Wizards: From School's Pride to Practice...
DLSL Grade School Mathematics Department continues its quest to excellence by bagging different awards in the recently concluded International Competition. ALEX ANTHONY L. ANDAL, Grade 3 of BB-105  has proven another ladder of success  as he garnered the following titles: SILVER Medalist in the PAN Pacific Math Competition Asia Final and BRONZE Medalist in the 2014 Search for King of Math in Hongkong last June 28-July 1, 2014.

Drawing close to thousand participants from China, Hongkong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia and the Philippines, Andal made it to the international competition after his remarkable performance in the series of training programs. The contests challenged the participants by solving different sets of mind-boggling questions for two consecutive days.

Much of the reason for the success stems from the untiring support of his parents, Mr. Alexander Andal and Mrs. Flordeliza Andal who had been there all the way. The Mathematics Curriculum Coordinator, Mr. Dennis Dimaala is equally  grateful to all the support of his teachers (Ms. Rhea Pecayo and Ms. Ehden Petalio) who in one way or another gave intelligent inputs as well as moral and spiritual  inspirations.

Looking back from the previous competitions, DLSL has not been at par with the achievements of excellence, thus, its not just a PRIDE of the school but rather a PRACTICE.


DLSL Holds Mass of the Holy Spirit
In the annual tradition of De La Salle Lipa, its community participates in the Mass of the Holy Spirit to mark the beginning of a new academic year.

This year's four-day schedule was designed to comfortably accommodate the growing number of students and employees at the SENTRUM.

First day of the mass took place on June 23 for Grades 1-6 pupils with celebrant Fr. Dakila Ramos. Second day schedule, June 24, was for the junior high school students, Grades 7-10, celebrant was Fr. Jojo Mendoza. Third day, held on June 25, for students from the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences; College of Law; and the College of Nursing, and celebrant was Fr. Ernie Magtibay, OSJ. And the last schedule held June 26 accommodated students from the College of Business, Economics, Accountancy, and Management; College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management; and the College of Information, Technology and Engineering, with celebrant Fr. Joel Villanueva, OSJ.

Celebrants of the mass ardently related their homilies not only to the opening of classes, but most especially to this year's theme "Called to be Heroes; Come Holy Spirit" to provide direction to each and every member of the community and go through another school year with guidance and divine intercession.






DLSL Passers in the May 2014 Nurse Licensure Exam
In the official announcement of the Professional Regulation Commission on the Nurse Licensure Examination given by the Board of Nursing held May 2014 in the cities of Manila, Bacolod, Baguio, Cabanatuan, Cagayan De Oro, Cebu, Dagupan, Davao, Iloilo, Laoag, Legazpi, Lucena, Pagadian, Pampanga, Tuguegarao, and Zamboanga, 11,225 out of 29,188 passed the examination.

De La Salle Lipa garnered 85.29% for its first takers against the national passing rate of 38.46%. That is a total of 29 successful first takers and 7 passing re-takers.

This resulted to DLSL's ranking as NUMBER 1 nursing school in the province of Batangas, replicating its previous standing in the past Nurse Licensure Examinations.

The DLSL community rejoices in the success of the following recent registered nurses:

JAREN LAYA AGUILAR, R.N.
JUSTINE ELCA CADEVIDA, R.N.
HANNAH IRISH REYES CAEDA, R.N.
VANIA EUNICE DAGDAGAN CANTAL, R.N.
MARIBEL PATRICIA BUNYI CARINGAL, R.N.
ROSALIA PACITA BUNYI CARINGAL, R.N.
MARIA QUINSELLE DOLLYRESE SUAYAN CASPILLO, R.N.
JOICIE KATE LEYESA CRUZ, R.N.
REJIENA FAYE REYES CRUZAT, R.N.
AARON PETALLO DIMAANO, R.N.
APRIL MARIE POLICARPIO DIMACULANGAN, R.N.
CAMILLE SILVA FLORES, R.N.
JAMES JOHN MANALO GALAC, R.N.
ARNEL AGRAVANTE LACERNA, R.N.
MARICHON GUERRERO MAGSINO, R.N.
JANE TACLA MALABANAN, R.N.
MAICA CECILIA MARTINEZ, R.N.
MARIA CONCEPCION DE JESUS MENDOZA, R.N.
PATRICIA CLARICE DEL CASTILLO NATIVIDAD, R.N.
IRYL LLANA PLATA PELIO, R.N.
KLAUDINE KATE SUNIEGA PUTUNGAN, R.N.
JENINA KATRINA HIPOLITO SAYAS, R.N.
REGINE MADISON RECINTO SEGISMUNDO, R.N.
KIMBERLY GAYLE MARALIT TAN, R.N.
CHIARA ANGELA MARQUEZ TENORIO, R.N.
DIANA COMPERADA TORRES, R.N.
ROCHELLE MEAGAN ARIOLA TORRES, R.N.
CLARISSA AMPARO VALENCIA, R.N.
CHARMAINE ANN MIMAY BRITON, R.N.
AARONBRYAN MALLARI CABRERA, R.N.
EARL ANDRE ROXAS LAVARRO, R.N.
DIANA MARIE ATIENZA LIBRES, R.N.
CATE MARIE ARIAS MONTALES, R.N.
JEFFREY PANGANIBAN TORRES, R.N.
SARAH VIRGINIA ACLAN BELTRAN, R.N.
 


DLSL Now PCNC Accredited
It's official! De La Salle Lipa passed the Philippine Council for NGOCertification standards and was granted three-year certification for donee institution status.  This was confirmed when the Bureau of Internal Revenue issued the certificate of registration as donee institution last May 6, 2014.

Thus, donors of the institution shall be entitled to "FULL or LIMITED DEDUCTION pursuant to Section 34(H)(1) or (2), and EXEMPTION FROM DONOR'S TAX pursuant to Section 101(A)(3) of the National Internal Revenue code of 1997, subject to the representations and commitments set forth in the application for accreditation filed with the Philippine Council for NGO Certification, the provisions of applicable rules and regulations of the Bureau of Internal Revenue and the termsand conditions set forth . . ." Over the years, the institution's efforts, through the Advancement Office, have finally bore fruit to reciprocate the generosity of the donors who unceasingly support a variety of advocacy and programs of DLSL, and most importantly, their sustainability.

PCNC "serves as a service organization whose main function is to certify non-profit organizations that meet established minimum criteria for financial management and accountability in the service tounderprivileged Filipinos." 1\

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Olan, Luistro Regional TOSP Finalists
It has become a tradition at De La Salle Lipa for select senior college students to join the annual search for the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines.

For several years now, DLSL would either win the national or regional title or be among the finalists.

In this year's search, finalists of the Ten Outstanding Students of the Philippines CALABARZON included DLSL's very own Nataniel C. Ola (BS Computer Science) and Rizaldy V. Luistro, Jr. (AB Communication).

Both are no strangers to special and academic awards. In fact, Olan was the recipient of the following: President's, Leadership and Br. Hugh Damien Awards and Academic Distinction. Luistro, on the other hand, received the following: President's, Leadership and St. Miguel Febres Cordero Awards and Cum Laude.   

Awarding took place at the Concepcion-Carrier, Light Industry & Science Park of the Philippines, Cabuyao, Laguna on May 18, 2014, attended by the awardees with Student Activity Head Protacio Mea and Student Services Director Dr. Erickson Martinez.





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.
  2.    
  3. The amount of the vaccine is ranging from Php 400.00-500.00/doze/pax.
  4.    
  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.
    2.             
    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.


Labor Day
In observance of Labor Day, President Benigno Aquino III declared May 1, 2014 (Thursday) as a regular holiday under Proclamation No. 655.

Thank you very much.

IS Holds 52nd Commencement Exercises
Parents and relatives of the graduating students could never be happier as they witness the conclusion of the basic education of the young Lasallians. Similarly, De La Salle Lipa's administrators, faculty members, and staff were brimming with pride to see another batch graduate, after being molded in St. John Baptist De La Salles ideals and aspirations.

A total of 711 students received their diploma in secondary education at DLSL's 52nd Commencement Exercises held April 1, 2014 at the SENTRUM.

Fellow Lasallian Manolo Gregorio Relova President of La Salle High School, Batch 1964, graced the event and delivered a message which recounted his high school days at DLSL.   

This year's recipients of the President's and St. John Baptist De La Salle's awards were Jonathan Coronel and Jalyssa Camil Samonte, respectively. Below is the list of honors and awards.     

MAJOR ACADEMIC AWARDS

Valedictorian
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Salutatorian
Raymond C. Mayo

First Honorable Mention
Iris D. Ditan

Second Honorable Mention
Zachary Nazarene S. Bisenio

Third Honorable Mention
Gene Carlos L. Perez

TOP TEN STUDENTS
1. John Macneil A. Mendoza
2. Raymond C. Mayo
3. Iris D. Ditan
4. Zachary Nazarene S. Bisenio
5. Gene Carlos L. Perez
6. John Anthony C. Kho
7. Jonathan M. Coronel
8. Stephanie Elisha C. Abu
9. Bernadette Mae L. Segismundo
10. Shagne Patrice M. Sarmiento

SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Best in Christian Living                
Iris D. Ditan

Best in English                    
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Best in Filipino                    
Jonathan M. Coronel

Best in Social Studies                
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Best in Science                    
Raymond C. Mayo

Best in Mathematics                    
John Anthony C. Kho


SPECIAL AWARDS


St. John Baptist De La Salle Award        
Jalyssa Camil G. Samonte

St. Brother Jaime Hilario Award            
Jamaica L. Mojares

St. Brother Miguel Award                
Rya Marjerie A. Bayanin

St. Brother Benilde Award                
Maria Rosario C. Ebreo

Mercury Drug Excellence in Mathematics    
John Anthony C. Kho

Mercury Drug Excellence in Science        
Raymond C. Mayo

Gerry Roxas Leadership Award            
Raymond C. Mayo
Alfonso Yuchengco

National Discipline Award    
Jalyssa Camil G. Samonte


ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Team Sports                        
Aaron Nathaniel C. Torres

Individual Sports                    
Jessther C. Reano


LOYALTY AWARDEES
Andrea B. Aberde (LS 301)
Joshua M. Aboga    (LS 303)
Stephanie Elisha C. Abu (LS 205)
Vince Rafael R. Acar (LS 201)
Grant Bryan M. Africa (LS 203)
Mark Francis S. Aguila (LS 403)
Maya Andrea O. Aguila (LS 205)
Leanna Mae B. Aguilar (LS 403)
Gedrite H. Agustin (LS 404)
Katrina Bianca L. Albano (LS 208)
Nero Zymund R. Alcantara (LS 203)
Gabriel Martin D. Alidio (LS 403)
Alvin P. Amparo (LS 207)
Alwin P. Amparo (LS 201)
Alliza Mae L. Andal (LS 205)
Christian Ivan J. Andaya (LS 401)
Evert Angel D. Angeles (LS 402)
Enrick Jan P. Atienza (LS 303)
Maria Grazia E. Atienza (LS 401)
Ramon Carlo K. Atienza (LS 206)
John Erick D. Azucena (LS 304)
John Louie D. Balane (LS 208)
Marie Justine Lucille M. Balderama (LS 304)
Juni Alec C. Baaga (LS 302)
Aleda Toni R. Bautista (LS 204)
Niko R. Bautista (LS 201)
Zachary Nazarene S. Bisenio (LS 205)
Ma. Karla Lou M. Bitong (LS 206)
George Christian L. Cabatay (LS 202)
Bianca Lizette O. Caibigan (LS 205)
Karla Evita S. Cainglet (LS 401)
Audrey Anthon A. Campollo (LS 302)
Juan Flor V. Capino (LS 208)
Angelo Chester L. Casas (LS 302)
Aaron Kleber B. Castro (LS 203)
Luis Epifanio L. Concepcion Jr. (LS 208)
Francis A. Custodio (LS 208)
Allysa Mae G. David (LS 208)
Jerald S. De Castro (LS 206)
Anna Lyndel M. De Torres (LS 404)
Josh Jerik B. De Torres (LS 401)
Joshua C. Diaz (LS 206)
Harold Christian L. Dimaano (LS304)
John Paulo A. Dimaano (LS 301)
Rachel A. Dimaculangan (LS 404)
Daren Angelo L. Divinaflor (LS 202)
Liam Josef V. Ebora (LS 203)
Marc Dominic C. Elpedes (LS 403)
Gabriel C. Encarnacion (LS 301)
Amira Nadine R. Estolano (LS 403)
Adrianne Mariae P. Evangelista (LS 208)
Garri S. Farol (LS 204)
Gren Harvey M. Farol (LS 207)
Francesco H. Gomez (LS 303)
Peter Irwin M. Gomez (LS 304)
Mikaela S. Gonzales (LS 302)
Rhyss Ann A. Gonzales (LS 203)
Luisito O. Greas (LS 301)
Anna Luisa I. Gutierrez (LS 301)
Jerome M. Gutierrez (LS 204)
Abraham B. Hernandez  (LS 303)
April Ann M. Hocbo (LS 404)
Karen Mae L. Honrade (LS 202)
Yrecha Zen M. Jazareno (LS 202)
John Gabriel O. Kalalo (LS 202)
Ju Won P. Kim (LS 205)
Charles M. Lajara (LS 204)
Nigel Adriel C. Lanip (LS 205)
Jose Miguel T. Larena (LS 403)
Lorenzo R. Laroza (LS 404)
Ma. Zarah Vivien D. Laroza (LS 404)
Reneel Jan M. Las (LS 301)
Mikaela Louise M. Lasig (LS 401)
Chloie Nicole A. Latayan (LS 303)
Anton Gabriel A. Leron (LS 205)
Nico Arvin K. Libao (LS 204)
Diel Lorenzo M. Limpin (LS 203)
Karl Raven M. Linatoc (LS 202)
Maria Carissa O. Lucasia (LS 402)
Isaiah John L. Lukang (LS 203)
Bryan P. Lumbera (LS 206)
Marianne R. Macalindong (LS 201)
Allison Julianne L. Macasaet (LS 205)
Grace Ann Bernadette R. Macuha (LS 301)
Jamaela Mari F. Maganito (LS 302)
Michael Kollin C. Magsombol (LS 203)
Ma. Angelica Faye D. Magundayao (LS 204)
Frances Kate C. Malizon (LS 202)
Camille Anne M. Manalo (LS 402)
Dana Marie S. Manalo (LS 208)
Javier Rafael G. Manglo (LS 304)
Theo Leonard M. Manguiat (LS 206)
Vince Aaron G. Maralit (LS 207)
Judd Marvin D. Martija (LS 202)
Jamil Niccolo M. Mataro (LS 301)
Mark Gil N. Mayor (LS 203)
Kristina Louella D. Mayuga (LS 302)
Rikka Marie J. Mayuga (LS 402)
Meriel Denise A. Mea (LS 205)
Gian Carlo C. Mendoza (LS 208)
Lois Maru D. Mendoza (LS 404)
Cheska Nicole M. Mercado (LS 404)
Patrick Gabriel C. Mercado (LS 302)
Bryan King V. Montilla (LS 304)
Gabriel De Angelo T. Monzones (LS 302)
Kenneth G. Morada (LS 404)
Matthew Simon L. Nario (LS 202)
Lorenz Angelo B. Nasayao (LS 303)
Altheia Noelle B. Olan (LS 404)
Marianne M. Olayao (LS 202)
Ryan Phillip U. Olmos (LS 206)
Jody Carla P. Ozaeta (LS 402)
Angela Minette L. Padilla (LS 204)
Carl Austin I. Paglinawan (LS 202)
Audrey Kathryn S. Paran (LS 206)
Genevieve Mary R. Paras (LS 303)
Ericson R. Pea (LS 402)
Paul Vincent C. Pea (LS 402)
James Aedrean M. Platon (LS 202)
Glyka N. Quiones (LS 303)
Kyle Gabriel P. Quizon (LS 204)
Dwight Tristan D. Rabano (LS 203)
Vince Christian A. Ramirez (LS 208)
Bryan A. Ramiro (LS 207)
Rani Louis G. Ramos (LS 206)
Chris Justine D. Rampas (LS 404)
Ken Benedict V. Reyes (LS 304)
Ma. Karla Betina O. Reyes (LS 402)
James Noel P. Rivera (LS 206)
Roi Meynard M. Rivera (LS 404)
Loraine C. Robles (LS 301)
Pamela Samantha E. Rosales (LS 202)
Maria Leonor Carmel E. Rosima (LS 302)
Erwin M. Rosuman (LS 207)
Abigail Faye P. Roxas (LS 402)
Frias Michaella C. Rubico (LS 402)
Patrick Anthony M. Rubis (LS 302)
Nina Geneca V. Runas (LS 304)
John Siegfred G. Salazar (LS 402)
Sherica Guila B. Salazar (LS 207)
Kevin I. San Antonio (LS 301)
Shagne Patrice M. Sarmiento (LS 205)
Bernadette Mae L. Segismundo (LS 205)
Janina Anne U. Semaa (LS 201)
Shaina Jane L. Seradilla (LS 204)
Karl Benedict C. Sibayan (LS 404)
Jules Alexander A. Silva (LS 207)
Kylah Jimeemah G. Silva (LS 403)
Samantha M. Simpkins (LS 403)
Kelly Sheine O. Sison (LS 303)
John Michael E. Soberano (LS 304)
Francis Richard P. Sotto (LS 205)
Samantha T. Tan (LS 208)
Aaron Nathaniel C. Torres (LS 206)
Franz Ivan Thaddeus P. Vargas (LS 303)
Alexandria Louise D. Varias (LS 401)
Gabriel M. Vergara (LS 204)
James Amiel O. Vergara (LS 203)
Stephanie Dianne B. Versoza (LS 208)
Neil Carlo K. Vigilia (LS 303)
Marianne U. Villamiel (LS 304)
Albert Lawrence T. Villanueva (LS 404)
Peter Gabriel M. Villanueva (LS 301)
Wim Vernon M. Villanueva (LS 201)
Zayin Benjamin A. Villanueva (LS 303)
Lucky Angelu L. Vivas (LS 302)
Andromeda Anne M. Yanga (LS 404)
Katherine Mirzi S. Yao (LS 205)


Indonesia-Philippine Collaboration on International Journal Writing and Double Degree
The Education Attache of the Embassy of Indonesia in Manila organized a joint conference between Indonesian and Philippine Higher Educational Institutions in Bali, Indonesia on March 18-22, 2014.

The said conference that was attended by Dr. Alicia Botardo and Mr. Arnold Capuloy aimed at implementing the Memorandum of Understanding signed on March 8, 2011 during the state visit of Pres. Benigno Aquino III to Indonesia.  The agreement aims to improve and strengthen the bilateral cooperation between the two country's educational institutions.

It also aims to share the best practices in international journal writing and to set up a double degree program in the fields of Nursing, Business Management, and Education.

During the conference, DLSL declared its commitment to further strengthen the active relationship of DLSL with Universitas Widyatama, Universitas Negeri Jakarta, and with Universitas Katholic Parahyangan.


Institutional General Assembly & Rest and Recreation/Organized Joy Day

Please be informed of the following details for the General Assembly, Organized Joy and Rest & Recreation Day:

        
  1. INSTITUTIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY
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    2. The Institutional General Assembly will be on May 15, 2014 at the SENTRUM.
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    4. Registration and distribution of food stubs will start at 7:00 am to 8:00 am at the SENTRUM Lobby.
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    6. The Holy Mass will be held at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle at 8:00 am.
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    8. Program follows at the SENTRUM immediately after the mass.
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    10. All co-workers must come in smart casual attire (NO JEANS). All service awardees, newly-permanent employees for SY 2012-2013, and newly-hired employees are requested to come in semi-formal attire.
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    12. Rehearsals for the service awardees will be on 15 April, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the SENTRUM.

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  2. INSTITUTIONAL REST AND RECREATION /ORGANIZED JOY DAY
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    1. Date of the R & R and OJ. The Insitutional Rest and Recreation with Organized Joy Day (OJ) will be on May 16, 2014 at Dalampasigan Beach and Pool Resort in Sariaya, Quezon.
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    3. Assembly Area and Time of departure. Assembly will be in front of the SENTRUM. Assembly time will be at 4:00 am to 4:30 am. Time of departure will be at 4:30 am.
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    5. The activity is exclusive to DLSL employees.
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    7. Attendance. Registration and head count will be done by the Team Leaders upon departure from DLSL and venue. This is considered a REGULAR WORKING DAY and attendance is required to all full-time co-workers as well as the part-time instructors who signed-up to join the activity. Only those who are on Official Business, Sick Leave, Maternity Leave, Approved Personal Leave (covered by terms and conditions) will be excused.
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    9. Organized Joy Day (OJ). Employees are divided into ten color-coded groups and each group has a Team Leader and Assistant Team Leader (please see attached.). The groupings will be posted at the Bulletin Boards (HRD, College, IS, and attendance areas) and will be given to the assigned team leaders.
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    11. Shirt for the OJ. Shirts will be claimed at the HRD office on May 15, 2014, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Everyone is expected to wear their shirts before leaving DLSL on May 16, 2014.
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    13. Schedule of Activities. The OJ will be in the morning wherein exercises, fun games and activities will be facilitated. The afternoon will be free time for socials, swimming, and other rest & recreational activities. The resort implements a strict policy on swimming attire for the pool - no zippers, cotton, and maong fabric.
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    15. Food. Breakfast will be distributed thru the team leaders before departure from DLSL. Morning and afternoon snacks as well as lunch will be served at the venue. Food stubs per team will be given to the Team Leaders for an organized distribution.
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    17. All DLSL Vehicles will be used for the R&R and OJ. Buses will be assigned per team. Members of the team and committee must be in their respective buses/vans to and from the venue, transferring to other buses/vans is not allowed for proper monitoring of head count.
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    19. Personal Vehicles. Bringing of personal vehicles will be allowed and MUST be at the venue on May 16 at 6:30 am for attendance checking. Employees who will bring their own vehicles should inform the HRD thru a letter with the list of passengers on or before 11 April, Friday for determination of the number of vehicles to be used/rented. Gasoline expense shall be shouldered by the concerned employee. Employees who are on the submitted list must be on the same vehicle to and from the venue.
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    21. Expected time of departure of all employees from the venue will be between 5:30 to 6:00 pm. Everyone should be ready for departure by 5:00 pm.
             
For any inquiries, you may call HRD at local 210 or at 981-0011. Thank you. 

DLSL Holds NCAA-South 15th Season Closing and Turn-Over Rites
In a simple but engaging ceremony held March 27, 2014, the 15th Season of the National Collegiate Athletic Association-South has officially concluded.

Representatives from the member schools, Colegio De San Juan De Letran-Calamba, Don Bosco Technical College-Manadaluyong, Emilio Aguinaldo College-Cavite, De La Salle Lipa, First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities, Lyceum of the Philippines-Batangas, Philippine Christian University-Dasmarinas, San Beda College-Alabang, St. Francis of Assisi College-Las Pias, San Pablo Colleges, University of Batangas, and University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna, gathered at the Diokno Auditorium of Den. Jose Diokno Hall to witness the conclusion.

Policy Board Chair, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., addressed fellow members of the board - composed of the schools administrators, the Management Committee members, select coaches, and DLSL representatives. He shared the initial overwhelming task of hosting and how he eventually realized that it was not something that the DLSL community could not handle. The president and chancellor of DLSL, likewise, imparted the seven survival skills he recently learned from a conference abroad which he deemed mutually beneficial to the member schools. And after hosting the 15th season, he contemplated on the necessary adjustments that the schools should make, especially if one would consider looking at the big picture and not just at the micro perspective. The Brother President thanked all the members' support and wished the next host good luck.

Certificates of appreciation and recognition were awarded to all the member schools and the overall winners were subsequently announced, although the formal awarding will take place at the opening ceremony of the 16th season.

The season's Junior Division overall winner is De La Salle Lipa, 1st Runner-Up - San Beda College-Alabnag, and 2nd Runner-Up - University of Batangas; meanwhile the Senior Division overall winner is University of Perpetual Help System-Laguna, 1st Runner-Up - University of Batangas, and 2nd Runner-Up - De La Salle Lipa.

The event concluded with the turn-over rites. Led by DLSLs president and chancellor, the original flag, dated 1999, has been handed over to the next host UPHSL. Paul Victor De Guzman, UPHSL's Marketing Director, received the flag on behalf of Dr. Roberto Tamayo, Vice-President for Sports.

It had been a privilege for DLSL to be the season's host.






Big Day for DLSL's Small Wonders
It was the kinder pupils' turn to take center stage as they receive their certificate and awards at their Recognition Day on March 26, 2014 at the Br. Henry Virgil Gymnasium.

Proud parents, grandparents, and relatives witnessed the ceremony that was led by the Kinder teachers, Shella Marie Rivera, Mercelle Lalamunan, Josephine Jopia, Vivian Dimaculangan, Nerissa Hernandez, and Jonalisa Estrera, Preschool Curriculum Coordinator Olive Tan, and Preschool Moderator Lerma Castro; while Integrated School Principal Mayolisa Mantuano, Grade School Assistant Principal Eugenia Vergara, and IS Registrar Fe Lumbera-Rezaba handed the certificates and medals.

In the message of the Principal, Ms. Mantuano, she reminded the little ones to not forget to say thank you to their parents after the program and remember how blessed they are. Meanwhile, the Grade School Asst. Principal, Ms. Vergara, congratulated the parents and expressed her gratitude to them for entrusting the kids to DLSL.

A total of 162 pupils have completed Kindergarten and are moving-up to Grade 1 this coming School Year 2014-2015.

The incoming Grade 1 pupils will have the enrollment on April 25 and 28.




INTERNATIONAL TRAINEE NETWORK STRENGTHENS PARTNERSHIP WITH DE LA SALLE LIPA
Mr. Nicholas Jones, International Business Development & Partner Manager,
and Atty. Noel Salo, Country Manager of International Trainee Network (ITN),
visited the institution last February 21, 2014.

Atty. Salo presented the six months to 12 months internship program in Barcelona, Spain during the round table discussion with Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min, President and Chancellor, Dr. Alicia B. Botardo, Vice Chancellor for Academics & Research, Ms. Joy S. Zapata, CIHTM Dean and its Program Chairs.

Mr. Jones on one hand, conducted the general orientation for all interested applicants to US Internship Program which was immediately followed by initial screening.     

ITN is the official partner of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management in its overseas internship and traineeship programs in the United States of America.

Currently, there are 22 students and 21 alumni assigned to the most reputable and luxurious hotels and resorts in the United States of America (USA).





Integrated School Promotional Video
                        

Integrated School Graduate Tracer Survey

IS Varsity Teams to Compete in the National Level
Basketball Team Enters NBTC National Finals

De La Salle Lipa High School Basketball Team will represent Region IV-A in the upcoming National Basketball Training Camp (NBTC) national finals on March 7-9, 2014 at the Metrodome, Pasig City.  The team, headed by Mr. Jrex Atienza, ranks first in the region against competing teams from Laguna and Quezon provinces.

 
Volleyball Girls Qualifies for the Palarong Pambansa

Representing the CALABARZON region in the 2014 Palarong Pambansa for the Volleyball Secondary Girls division is De La Salle Lipa, headed by Coach Emily Babasa.  The team gained their championship trophy in the Southern Tagalog Calabarzon Athletic Association (STCAA) held last February 3-7, 2014 at Rizal province.  Selected IS students will also compete in the Palarong Pambansa for the following divisions:  Volleyball Secondary Boys, Volleyball Elementary Girls, Baseball Secondary Boys, and Swimming Secondary Boys and Girls.  

The 2014 Palarong Pambansa will be held at Sta. Cruz, Laguna from May 4 - 10, 2014.








51st Foundation Week Celebration
In line with our 51st Foundation Week Celebration on February 10-15, 2014 with the theme "First of the Next 50", we have lined up activities and shows for the enjoyment of the whole Lasallian Community: students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni.

Everyone is enjoined to attend the Opening Program on February 13, 2014, 9:00am at the CENTEN. We shall wear the Foundation Shirts, which will be available on February 7, 2014 (9:00am-4:30pm) for College and Admin and on February 10, 2014 (9:00am-4:30pm) for IS at the FHP Function Room.

The said shirt shall also be worn during the Closing Ceremony on February 15, 2014, 1:30-5:00pm at the CENTEN.  Merienda will be served in the venue from 3:00-5:00pm.  There will also be a celebration of Anticipated Mass at 5:30pm at the Capilla.

Please note that Saturday (February 15, 2014), will be a working day  in lieu of the Monday, February 17, 2014.

For your information and guidance.

Thank you very much.


FSLE Alumni in looking back and giving back
It is another realization of Foundation for Sharing Lasallian Education's (FSLE) aim to provide free Lasallian education for financially challenged but deserving college students of De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) as the FSLE benefactors, alumni and present scholars convened for the first ever FSLE Grand Alumni Homecoming at Corinthian Gardens Clubhouse, Quezon City, December 20, 2013.

With the theme, "Looking Back, Giving Back," Caress Banson, President of FSLE explained to the crowd that it is time for the FSLE alumni to sponsor soon-to-be scholars of DLSL which in the first place is the foundations mission.

Afterwards, DLSL Vice Chancellor for Mission (VCM), Violeta Ramirez delivered her words of gratitude for the foundation for continuous support of producing scholars. She also told a short story about her commitment with late Br. Rafael Donato, founder of FSLE that made everyone in the venue realize how the late Brother President touched the hearts of people in DLSL including her.

The present FSLE alumni scholars were also given the chance to show their gratitude for the foundation and share their current life as professionals. Everyone was grateful to hear those achievements of the alumni which really inspired the present scholars to strive more in their studies.

After the speeches, the program proceeded into a Christmas-themed production number prepared by the present scholars which highlighted the Christmas season and served as their gift-effort for the benefactors.

The event ended with glowing faces of everyone during the photo opportunities and gift-giving spearheaded by the present benefactors namely Tony Sumbico, Danding Lucero, Cathy and Gerry Choa, Salud De Castro, Caress Banson and the BRAFE Golf Core Group represented by Ben Jacinto and Bong Africa.

FSLE Grand Alumni Homecoming was organized through the efforts of LAMP office, headed by Henson Ola, select FSLE alumni scholars and the FSLE officers. The FSLE scholars were accompanied by Jhing Minas, LAMP office staff and Violeta Ramirez, VCM.


ICT TECHNICAL SUPPORT STAFF

Qualification Standards:


-  Graduate of BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology or any IT related program
-  PC network troubleshooting/maintenance
-  at least 3 years experience


FEDPAR HOLDS FIRST RESEARCH SUMMIT
In an effort to unify research undertakings in CALABARZON through the initiative of CHED IV-A Director, Dr. Leonida S. Calagui, an organization was born. Meetings were held and officers were elected. ORP Director Gina M. Dimaano was elected Treasurer of the Federation of Professional Associations in Region IV-A (FEDPAR IV-A).

The association gathered the 19 professional groups in the region for a Research Summit held at Lyceum of the Philippines University Cavite, November 22-23.

With the theme, "Unifying Researches in Region IV-A Towards Global Standards," three faculty researchers of De La Salle Lipa were present during the summit to share their research outputs in their fields.

Dr. Maria Theresa Kalaw, Chair of the Education Department talked about her findings in her paper titled: "Realistic Mathematics Approach, Mathematical Communication and Problem-Solving Skills of High Functioning Autistic Children: A Case Study."

Arvie Andal, Education Department faculty presented the processes he used in developing and evaluating an educational multimedia courseware to introduce number sense to children with autism.

Accompanied with SUBLI dance steps, Michael Ramos of the Religious Studies and Philosophy Area explored in his paper how SUBLI "has gradually integrated into Christian faith through enculturation."

Also present during the summit were some faculty members of the College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management namely: Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, Sheila Maloles, Dr. Merlita Durana, Jasmin de Silva and Theresa Magsino.












IAMURE Confers Awards to Lunar
Bernardo C. Lunar, faculty member of Science Area and a prolific researcher presented two of his research outputs during the International Conference in Social Sciences, Health and Environment held at Sydney Harbour Marriott Hotel at Circular Quay Sydney, Australia, September 24-26, 2013.

The titles of the papers he presented are: "Research Themes and Desired Capabilities of De La Salle Lipa in Line with Integrated Coastal Management" and "Assessing the Economic Impacts of Marine Protected Area in Quilitisan Calatagan, Batangas: An Input to Coastal Resource Management."

During the conference sponsored by IAMURE Multidisciplinary Research, Lunar was awarded Outstanding World Research Leader for his leadership and involvement, international publication and achievement of awards.

Likewise, he was conferred the World Research Expertise Award 2013 "for sharing invaluable time and expertise" as a keynote speaker during the conference with the theme: "Good Governance, Healthy Lifestyle, and Sustainable Environment: Trilogy for World Peace and Development."






INTERNET LABORATORY RESUMES REGULAR SERVICE
Please be informed that the Internet Laboratory, 4th floor - Diokno bldg. will resume its regular service on November 18, 2013.


















Science Whiz Kids Shine in Quiz Bee
It was the Science whiz kids' turn to shine at the Science Quiz Bee District and Division Levels.

One of the Science varsity mentors of grade school, Agripina "Pines" Domingo-Pangan, recounts the events that led them to the upcoming regional contest to be held in Cavite on October 26.

Starting from the District Level competition held September 30 at Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School, Teacher Pines shared the good news regarding the positive outcome of the participants in the Science Quiz Bee with the theme "Science and Technology Advancement: Enhancing the Quality of Life through Inventions and Research."

The following students emerged victorious in this year's contest: Paolo Miguel Torres (Grade 4-BB 308), first place; Daniel Matthew Dalangin (Grade 3-BB 104) and Angelo Vince Perez (Grade 5-BB 211), 2nd place; and Karl Andrei Flores (Grade 6-BB 306), 3rd place. Flores likewise emerged as champion in the District Level and third place in the Division Level Science Olympiad.

Winners in other categories were the following Grade 6 students from BB 306: Lila Andrea Vien Hernandez, first place in the Sci- Impromptu; Rene Sandoval Essay, third place in the Essay Writing (English); and Franz Pietro Santiago, third place in the Techno-Quiz.  

And on October 4, the Division Level at the G.B. Lontok Memorial School proved to be a successful venture once again for the Science team. The young Lasallians Daniel Matthew Dalangin and Angelo Vince Perez were the Science Quiz Bee champions; while Lila Hernandez placed second in the Sci- Impromptu.   

The efforts of Teacher Pines and the rest of the mentors, Ruby Garing, Elma Langamon, and Lorna Bagares, who painstakingly trained and guided the students everyday, was all worth it.

Preparation is now well underway for the teams regional competition.       


Going Bigger to Serve Better
In pursuit of De La Salle Lipa to modernize its facilities, physical development and rehabilitation are constantly taking place.

In fact, on October 9, a groundbreaking ceremony for the College Learning Resource Center (CLRC) expansion was held. Planning Officer Dfezie Tipan explained briefly the upcoming structure and its ultimate purpose. "A four-storey Library Building Extension is envisioned by DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. to complete the current CLRC and transform it to become the institution's learning hub.  As the center for learning, all students from DLSL regardless of level, will be able to do their research - in books and online - and conduct scholarly discourses in its discussion rooms.  The additional infrastructure is intended to jumpstart the efforts to utilize one library card that will be honored even in the library extensions throughout the campus and consolidate the database of all library resources, enabling students to track the locations of books and availability across all library facilities of DLSL." Construction of the building shall be completed within the current school year.

In his remarks on the occasion, the Brother President shared an interesting anecdote. In his quest to look for generous benefactors who could assist the institution, he didnt anticipate that someone will turn the tables on him. He knew the best thing to do at that very moment and shared the meager amount he had in his pocket. He was promised the money will be returned and true enough, that someone walked up to him one day and returned the favor a hundred fold.

Following the words of the Brother President, PMO Director Arnold Capuloy underscored the importance of working together to encourage more benefactors to help build the future of the young Lasallians.

The CLRL expansion marks the beginning of the ten-year physical development plan so expect more buildings to soon rise on the campus.





INFORMATION SYSTEM INSTRUCTOR

Qualification Standards                                                                              
-     Masters in Information Technology or Information System or IT Management
-     ERP, Project Management, Information Security, Systems Planning


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),

 


Integrated School Requirements & Guidelines

Downloadable Forms






GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR ADMISSIONS

Integrated School Pre-elementary to Junior High School





Classification for Student Applicants



Nursery 1

Students whose ages range from 3 to 4 years old by October 30 of the academic year

Nursery 2

Students whose ages range from 4 to 5 years old by October 30 of the academic year

Kinder

Students whose ages range from 5 to 6 years old by October 30 of the academic year

Grade 1

Students whose ages range from 6 to 7 years old by October 30 of the academic year

Grade 7

Students who have finished the elementary course and are eligible for promotion to high school

Transferees (Grades 1 - 6 and 8-10 only)

Students who were enrolled in other institutions and wish to enroll at De La Salle Lipa for the first time



Basic Requirements for Application

a. Photocopy of NSO/PSA-certified birth certificate

b. 2 copies 2x2 recent identical pictures with white background (with printed name tag in front)

c. Properly and completely filled out application form



Additional Requirements for Grades 1 10

a. Certified true copy of Form 138 (Report Card)

b. Sealed recommendation form, properly filled out and signed by any of the following recommending personnel: principal, class adviser or guidance counselor

c. Photocopy of Certificate of Good Moral



Additional Requirements for International Students/Students from International School

Alien Certificate of Registration (ACR) or Special Study Permit (SSP)

English translation of birth certificate and pertinent school records duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy/Consulate of the applicants country of origin

Photocopy of data and latest arrival pages of passport and original must be presented.



Application Procedures

1. Proceed to the Institutional Admissions & Testing Office (IATO) for initial screening.

2. Pay the admissions processing fee at the Cashiers Office.

Nursery 1 to Grade 10 Applicants P 500.00

Foreign Applicant/School/Country $ 50.00 (payment should be made in exact amount, using US Dollars)

3. Present the official receipt of payment to the IATO staff to secure application form, recommendation form and information on entrance test schedule.

4. To obtain a test permit, submit all requirements to the IATO staff at least one week before the preferred admission test date.
5. Take the entrance test on the scheduled date.

6. Claim the entrance test result on the scheduled date at the IATO.


*Forms can also be downloaded at www.dlsl.edu.ph




*Applicants who fail to enroll on the scheduled date of enrollment will automatically forfeit their slots in favor of waitlisted applicants.

*Any falsification of documents submitted constitutes grounds for disqualification.






Free Lab Test, Bone Scanning, ECG, & Diet Counseling
In line with the promotion of health care awareness of the Human
Resource Department, the Institutional Health Services (IHS) in
coordination with Metro Lipa Medical Center will be conducting FREE
screening to interested employees which will be held at the school
clinic on September 13, 2013 from 7:00am  to 10:00am.

The following service will be offered:
  • Bone Scanning  - 100px
  • ECG Testing  - 35px
  • Fasting Blood Sugar Screening -50px
  • Cholesterol Screening  - 50px
           *Diet Counseling

Note: For Fasting Blood Sugar, no food and drinks allowed from 12:00 midnight onwards.

A SIGN-UP will be available at the IHS until September 9, 2013 on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, you may call Ms. Thess Atienza of IHS at local 214.

Thank you very much.

NO CLASS / NO WORK - August 30, 2013
In view of the pre-Centennial Anniversary Celebration of Iglesia ni Cristo tomorrow, August 30, Mayor Sabili has ordered the suspension of classes in all levels and work in both public and private offices in Lipa City by virtue of its power under Sec. 16 of RA 7160.

NO CLASS / NO WORK - August 30, 2013
In view of the pre-Centennial Anniversary Celebration of Iglesia ni Cristo tomorrow, August 30, Mayor Sabili has ordered the suspension of classes in all levels and work in both public and private offices in Lipa City by virtue of its power under Sec. 16 of RA 7160.

No Class / No Work - August 30, 2013
In view of the pre-Centennial Anniversary Celebration of Iglesia ni Cristo tomorrow, August 30, Mayor Sabili has ordered the suspension of classes in all levels and work in both public and private offices in Lipa City by virtue of its power under Sec. 16 of RA 7160.

I shifted from another program and some of my courses have been credited to my new program. Why is the system still looking for them as pre-requisites?
It is possible that these courses were not yet identified or not yet recorded as equivalent courses. If the subject is not yet recognized as an equivalent subject, you will be required to process the Course Equivalency Request Form; it should be approved by your Department Head. Please visit your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at the Office of the College Registrar at the OCR to secure the form.

Why is the system asking for pre-requisite courses which I have already taken from my previous school?
It is possible that these courses have not been credited or is not yet recognized as De La Salle Lipa equivalent course. Please visit your curriculum and evaluation in-charge at the Office of the College Registrar for clarification.

I need to enroll the subject that I had already taken and passed; based on our retention policy, I need to re-enroll my major subject because I got a grade lower than 2.50. What will I do?
You may proceed with the enlistment of your other subjects if you are outside of the campus to appropriately reserve your slot; after that, you may proceed to your assigned laboratories to add that specific subject. You need to approach the OCR staff who will assist you on how you can add the subject to be re-enrolled.

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.

My academic flowchart indicates that I should take 27 units. But the system only allows me to enroll 21 academic units. Why is this happening?
It is possible that the system applied the de-loading of courses. If you have failures in the last semester and you have accumulated 15 units but not exceeded 21 units, then the policy for de-loading was applied to you i.e. regular load based on the students prescribed academic load minus six (6) units. If you had been deloaded the previous semester and has not incurred any failure, please visit your curriculum and evaluation in-charge for the lifting of this policy.

What is the effect of a hold status on my on-line enrollment?
If your status is on hold for reasons other than outstanding financial obligations, you will not be allowed to use the on-line enrollment same as with those who are not yet cleared from the Accounting Office. You need to see the concerned office personnel to settle your obligations for appropriate updating of your status from pending to approved.

It is my scheduled date of enrollment and still I cannot access my account.
If you are not yet dismissed, please look for the eWiz Technical Staff at Window 8 at the Office of the College Registrar to gain access to the system. Dismissed students are those who incurred 21/26 accumulated units of failure for a 4/5 year degree program respectively

For further clarification and/or verification on your academic status, you may consult the Assistant College Registrar or the College Registrar.

I noticed a discrepancy in the grades displayed in the eWiz SMS. What shall I do?
You need to visit the Grades and Verification In-Charge at the Office of the College Registrar Window 12 to inquire. You may be required to accomplish the Application for Verification of Grades Form.

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.

I am a transferee, why is it that my credited subjects were not recorded in eWiz?
It is possible that your credited subjects were not yet encoded in the system. Please visit your respective Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at the Office of the College Registrar for clarification and/or verification.

What is the effect of the unsettled obligations from the different offices in the eWiz Student Portal?
If you have pending obligations or any other accountability in any office, you will not be given access to view your grades online. After settling your obligations from the concerned offices, you may then be allowed to view your grades in the student portal.
If
you have pending obligations or any other accountability in any office,
you will not be given access to view your grades online. After settling
your obligations from the concerned offices, you may then be allowed to
view your grades in the student portal. - See more at:
http://www.dlsl.edu.ph/f6770418a7136345e6e19d1785039686.aspx?page=AYYz7Sw4A9na5e3zOnNtmQ==#sthash.4h7If3Yu.dpuf

What is the effect of the unpaid account on my eWiz Student Portal?
If you have outstanding financial obligations, you will not be given access to view your grades online. Upon payment of your balance, you may then be allowed to view your grades in the student portal with url http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to view my grades during the scheduled online viewing of grades?
If you encounter problem in accessing your account; due to forgotten password, please visit the eWiz Technical Staff at Window 8 at the Office of the College Registrar to recreate your password. Reminder: When changing your passwords, choose unique combinations of letters and/or numbers so that others may not access your account if they would attempt to. We suggest changing of your passwords from time to time for security purposes.

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to view my grades?
If you cannot access your account in the eWiz student portal, it is maybe because your account is not activated yet. Access to portal is provided for during the scheduled online viewing of grades.

How can I register for free WiFi service?
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.

Integrated School Canteen



International Programs

























INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING INSTRUCTOR

Qualification Standards     


 -    Certified Industrial Engineer by the Philippine Institute of Industrial Engineers


 -     Preferably with MS IE Degree or is pursuing MS IE studies


 -     Has industry experience


 -     Teaching experience will be of great advantage


 -     Has good knowledge of IE major courses (PPC, IQC, Ergonomics, Methods Engineering/Work             Measurement, Operations Research)


 -     Should be available on weekdays


Integrated School Learning Resource Center















The Integrated School has three Learning Resource Centers. GSLRC is the library for the Grade School Community (Preschool to Grade 6); HSLRC is the library for the Junior and High School Learning Communities (Grade 7 – Grade 12) and AV Center is the repository of all the audio-visual materials.




Mission Statement

The LRC aims to serve and meet the demands of students, researchers, and educators in their quest for knowledge and information to become more Literate, Resourceful, and Cognizant to the changing times, leading them to become Doers, Learners, Sharers and Leaders.




Objectives


To provide materials and resources of varied topics and interests that contribute to lifelong learning.
To support the school’s curriculum by providing the needs of both teachers and students for all print and non-print materials.



To provide consulting assistance in the use of instructional communcations media and the new emerging information technologies.



To offer updated information among the library customers.






Institutional Standards

Institutional Telephone Directory

Internet Service Interruption
Greetings!

This is to inform the community that we will have internet service interruption from 11:00AM to 1:00PM of July 19, 2013 (Friday) as part of the IT Network section's directive to further improve our connection.  Furthermore, there is a possibility of having irregularities in the connection within the day as they will be conducting tests after the setup changes.

Should you need assistance you may call Mr. J.C. Luna/Mr. Jonas Velasco at loc. 246.

For your guidance and preparation.

Thank you very much!



DLSL celebrates feast of St. La Salle
In a modest and solemn celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the De La Salle Lipa community gathered at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista De La Salle on May 15, 2013 to honor the feast of the founder of the Christian Brothers' ministry and the De La Salle schools - St. John Baptist De La Salle. In his homily, Fr. Antonio Umali emphasized how the founder's name and story became known worldwide and the enormity of its influence in the country to date. He cited examples of people he knew, who have proven time and again, that the name "De La Salle" has earned quite a reputation throughout the years. St. La Salle, a patron saint of the teachers, is not only a teacher of the poor. As a pioneer and innovator, he introduced a revolutionary system in the landscape of education, the classroom type of teaching, which has been practiced from his time to present.

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Café le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

From Chez Rafael
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:

1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.
2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag

Project Carbon Neutral (PCN)
In support to the institution's Project Carbon Neutral (PCN), effective July 1, 2013, Caf le Barako will implement the following measures:



1.Plastic straws will no longer be provided both for dine - in and take - away orders.

2.For take - away orders, customers are encouraged to bring their own food containers and eco - bags.
-a charge of P7.00 will be added for use of a take - out box
-a charge of 3.00 will be added for use of a large paper bag.

 CIHTM is pleased to present the names of its faculty and staff who are certified Red Cross Aiders. They Successfully completed the two - day First Aid Training for Hotel, Restaurant and Resort Personnel and passed the written and practical exams conducted on June 4 - 5, 2013 at Chez Rafael.


HRM & Tourism faculty

1. Ms. Jean Aggan

2. Mr. Roy Aguba

3. Ms. Jocelyn Dimayuga

4. Ms. Rhikie Rose Maranan

5. Mr. Patrick Henry Maravilla

6. Ms. Evangeline M. Necio

7. Ms. Joreen Rocamora

8. Ms. Andrenelyn Varona


Chez Rafael Personnel


1. Ms. Geness Aclan

2. Mr. John Gordo

3. Ms. Edna Inanda

4. Ms. Jovita Morada

5. Mr. Bernardo Quinonez

6. Mr. Noli Rodaje


LICA Staff


1. Ms. Jobelle Manalo



Important Dates

The following are the dates of DLSL admissions test

for applicants of AY 2014-2015:




A. SBJH


Nov. 16 (Friday)-12:30pm to 5pm

Nov. 23 (Friday)12:30 to 5pm

Dec. 7 (Friday)12:30 to 5pm

Jan. 12(Saturday)7:30am to 12pm, 12:30pm to 5pm




B. Regular, LAMP-AS, FS, MA


Nov. 14 (Wednesday) 8:00am to 12:30pm

Nov.21 (Wednesday) 8:00am to 12:30pm

Nov.28 (Wednesday) 8:00am to 12:30pm

Dec. 5 (Wednesday) 8:00am to 12:30pm

Dec. 12 (Wednesday) 8:00am to 12:30pm




C. Saturday Testing


Jan. 19

Feb. 9

Feb. 23

March 2

March 16

March 23





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Great beginnings start here..
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De La Salle Lipa offers preschool, elementary, secondary, and tertiary education. Located in the heart of the Batangas province, the institution caters to the growing population of the region and nearby provinces and municipalities. The institution commits itself towards continuous enhancement of its services, facilities, and programs, to share the quality Lasallian education.



       
           

    

Armed with the teachings of its founder St.
John Baptist De La Salle, the whole Lasallian community is focused on
teaching the minds of the students, touching the hearts of its served
communities, and transforming the lives of the entire Lasallian
community.


Institutional Admissions & Testing Office




Entrance Test Result Beta Version

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.



Admissions Test Schedule for GRADE 7 Applicants for SY 2018-2019

Venue: De La Salle Lipa

Time: 8:30am to 12:00nn

1:30pm to 5:00pm



January 13, 2018

February 18 2018

March 18, 2018




Admissions Test Schedule for GRADE 11 Applicants for SY 2018-2019

Venue: De La Salle Lipa

Time: 8:30am to 12:00nn | 1:30pm to 5:00pm


January 28, 2018

February 25, 2018

March 25, 2018




Admissions Test Schedule for COLLEGE Applicants for SY 2018-2019

Venue: De La Salle Lipa

Time: 8:30am to 12:00nn and 1:30pm to 5:00pm


January 21, 2018

February 4, 2018

March 4, 2018



Testing Center (For college applicants only)

January 27, 2018 - St. Joseph School- San Pablo, Laguna

Contact Person: Ms. Analyn Cortez

Contact Number: (049) 503-0275/ 562-8096






NOTE: Applicants should first secure TEST PERMIT from the Institutional Admissions and Testing Office or assigned contact persons for each testing centers before proceeding to the above test schedules.




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





DLSL celebrates feast of St. La Salle
In a modest and solemn celebration of the Holy Eucharist, the De La Salle Lipa community gathered at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista De La Salle on May 15, 2013 to honor the feast of the founder of the Christian Brothers' ministry and the De La Salle schools - St. John Baptist De La Salle. In his homily, Fr. Antonio Umali emphasized how the founder's name and story became known worldwide and the enormity of its influence in the country to date. He cited examples of people he knew, who have proven time and again, that the name "De La Salle" has earned quite a reputation throughout the years. St. La Salle, a patron saint of the teachers, is not only a teacher of the poor. As a pioneer and innovator, he introduced a revolutionary system in the landscape of education, the classroom type of teaching, which has been practiced from his time to present.

DLSL presents
In line with De La Salle Lipa's Golden Jubilee celebration, the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences presents the Golden Jubilee Lectures themed "Addressing New Directions in Education" slated on April 25, 2013 at the Mabini Auditorium.

Resource speakers include Dr. Constantino T. Ballena (DLSU-Dasmariñas) who will discuss "Outcomes-Based Education"; Dr. Raul Pertierra (ADMU) will tackle "The Transformative Effects of the New Communication Technology on Philippine Society and Culture"; Nanding Josef (Tanghalang Pilipino, Inc.) will present "The Impact of Theater on Human Development and Social Transformation"; and Dr. Edgardo Gomez (UP Diliman) will talk about "The Role of Academic Institutions in Addressing Climate Change".

Registration fee is Php 600.00 inclusive of snacks, lunch, certificate, and kit. Students may attend the lecture and pay either the regular price or avail of the special rate of Php 100.00 (certificate and kit only). This event is endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Department of Education (DepEd).

For inquiries, please call (043) 7565555/7561849, local 256 or 318, mobile numbers 09202643920/09173928243, email ma.theresa.kalaw@dlsl.edu.ph or roy.dalisay@dlsl.edu.ph or visit www.dlsl.edu.ph.

DLSL's ECE Licensure Exam Passers
In the April 2013 Electronics Engineer Licensure Examination, De La Salle Lipa garnered 37.5% against the national passing of 37.21%.

DLSL ranks 1st in Batangas and 2nd Region IV-A among schools with 15 or more examinees.

Based on the Professional Regulation Commission's announcement, 1,177 passed the ECE Licensure Exam out of 3,163. The licensure examination was conducted in the cities of Manila Baguio, Cebu, and Davao by the Board of Electronics Engineering.

The DLSL community congratulates the following Electronics Engineers:

ENGR. JOHN CARLO VILLAPANDO AGGARI
ENGR. CRISTHIAN ARIES DE LA PEA ATIENZA
ENGR. KRISTIAN LLANES BUNO
ENGR. RAY PATRICK DEGUITO DIMAANDAL
ENGR. EMMANUEL JR CANTOS QUINIO
ENGR. ARIEL AQUINO VILLEGAS

DLSL presents
In line with De La Salle Lipa's Golden Jubilee celebration, the College of Education, Arts, and Sciences presents the Golden Jubilee Lectures themed "Addressing New Directions in Education" slated on April 25, 2013 at the Mabini Auditorium.

Resource speakers include Dr. Constantino T. Ballena (DLSU-Dasmariñas) who will discuss "Outcomes-Based Education"; Dr. Raul Pertierra (ADMU) will tackle "The Transformative Effects of the New Communication Technology on Philippine Society and Culture"; Nanding Josef (Tanghalang Pilipino, Inc.) will present "The Impact of Theater on Human Development and Social Transformation"; and Dr. Edgardo Gomez (UP Diliman) will talk about "The Role of Academic Institutions in Addressing Climate Change".

Registration fee is Php 600.00 inclusive of snacks, lunch, certificate, and kit. Students may attend the lecture and pay either the regular price or avail of the special rate of Php 100.00 (certificate and kit only). This event is endorsed by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Department of Education (DepEd).

For inquiries, please call (043) 7565555/7561849, local 256 or 318, mobile numbers 09202643920/09173928243, email ma.theresa.kalaw@dlsl.edu.ph or roy.dalisay@dlsl.edu.ph or visit www.dlsl.edu.ph.

DepED Advisory - "Addressing New Directions in Education"
CHED Endorsement
Pre-Registration Form

IS Holds Third Research Forum
If classroom practices are not research-based, efforts of schools are considered vain.

Such thought captures the essence of doing research even in the basic education so in response to the national and DLSL goals of engaging faculty in research, 20 papers were presented during the Third Integrated School Research Forum held at the Brother Benilde Hall of DLSL, April 10.

The Office of Research and Publications headed by Ms. Gina M. Dimaano spearheaded the event in coordination with Ms. Haidee Angeles, IS Research and Innovation Outputs Coordinator.

Bannering the theme "Lasallian Excellence: Beefing Up for the Next 50 Years, The Role of Research in Basic Education," the forum was graced by the presence of Br. Joaquin S. Martinez, FSC, D.Min. and Dr. Alicia B. Botardo Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research who gave the remarks of the occasion and welcome remarks respectively.

In his keynote speech, Dr. Danilo K. Villena, Dean of the PNU's College of Education challenged the participants to produce more researches that are of value and significance to the thrust of the country and of the school. He encouraged the participants to do research works on curriculum, instruction and assessment since they make up the educative process.

In the morning session of the forum, three papers were presented for the plenary. Ms. Mayolisa R. Mantuano, Integrated School Principal discussed in her paper the "Satisfaction Level of DLSL Parent Employees Enjoying Brother President Scholarship Program on the Academic Services of the Integrated School."

Assistant Principal Ms. Angie Samonte shared to the group the "Implications of Alternative Assessment to the Changing Curriculum and Instructional Approaches as Perceived by Grade 8 Students in the Cream Classes."

The international paper "Anti Microbial Isothiocyanates from the Seeds of Moringa oleifera Lam" of Mr. Ruel Levida was also part of the plenary.

During the parallel sessions of the forum, presenters were grouped according to their communities.

Researches on trends and practices in subject areas like Social Sciences, English, Christian Living, English, Filipino and Mathematics were presented by some of the grade school teachers.

Multiple Intelligences, UBD, Literary Criticism, Learning Difficulties of Students, Effects of Text Messaging on Writing and Lasallian Graduate Attributes were among the areas of research explored by the high school community.

The one-day forum ended with the awarding of certificates of recognition to the presenters.

Exemplary papers presented during the forum will be published in the upcoming research journal of the Integrated School which will be under the supervision of the Office of Research and Publications.

The Myanmar Mission Project
In behalf of the De La Salle Philippines, Lasallians from three communities, namely, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde (DLS-CSB), De La Salle University - Dasmarias (DLSU-D), and De La Salle Lipa (DLSL), unite for an academic exploration dubbed "The Myanmar Mission Project."

An invitation by the Brothers in Myanmar, through Br. Anselm Ling John FSC, Director of the sister school - La Salle English and Computer Centre in Kamayut, Yangon, brought about the mission to come to the said country to assist in program expansion.

The meeting was held on February 24 - 28 between the Philippine delegations composed of DLS - CSB representatives Br. Dante Amisola FSC - Vice - Chancellor for Dev't. and Institutional Relations, Roberto Tang - Vice - Chancellor for Academics, Reynaldo Mones - Dean of School of Professional and Continuing Education, Jose Maria Yupangco - Dean of School of Design and Arts, Geronio Ulayao, Chair of Hotel and Tourism School of Hotel, Restaurant and Institution Management, Rodrigo Rivera - English Faculty, Oliver Liwanag - Faculty, and Hector Gloria - Head of Linkages; Wilson Jacinto, Director for Linkages from DLSU - C; Arnold Capuloy, Director for Presidential Management Offices & International Linkages (DLSL); and the Brother communities led by Brs. Mark Murphy FSC and Rodrigo Trevino FSC, sealed the deal with the signing of the Memoranda of Understanding.

It has been agreed upon by the group that the Philippine delegation will be the initial members of "The Myanmar Mission Project" that will develop program offerings in the areas of information technology, business, arts and design, and hospitality management, equipped with the proficiency in specialized English, IT application skills, problem solving and analytical skills, and professionalism and ethics. Program duration and initial price were all set. The curricula will be developed by the Philippine team which will be validated by the Myanmar counterparts through consultation to related companies and business sectors. The implementation will be in full swing in October 2013.

The Philippine delegations were also met by the Philippine embassy representatives, Alex G. Chua, Ambassador-designate to Myanmar and Jess T. Baguio, Third Secretary and Vice-Consul and USLS alumnus.

Lasallian Partners recognized at DLSL's Appreciation Dinner
In line with the golden jubilee celebration, and as part of De La Salle Lipa's effort to recognize its partners who continue to help the institution for the past 50 years of teaching minds, touching hearts, and transforming lives, DLSL hosted an appreciation dinner on February 27, 2013 at Horacio Cebrero Hall, La Salle Green Hills.

Together with the top administrators, headed by Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D. Min., the institution recognized and gave its warmest gratitude to all the people who made a huge impact and made a big difference in the lives of the students through scholarship programs and made the Lasallian education accessible in Lipa. Around 37 partners and guest representatives gathered on the said event.

Dr. Alicia Botardo, Vice-Chancellor for Academics and Research, and Ms. Violeta Ramirez, Vice-Chancellor for Mission, joined the Brother President to award the token to 20 honorees, a miniature replica statue of kneeling St. La Salle in front of the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle, made by the son of a national artist - Mr. Abdul Imao -Toym Leon Imao.

The honorees and guests present at the occasion were Atty. and Mrs. Abelardo-Teresita Pajarillo, Academe Foundation, Inc., De La Salle Lipa Alumni Assn., Inc., DLSL Multi Purpose Cooperative, De La Salle Alumni Assn. - South California, USA, Mr. Rabboni Arjonillo, Mr. Raul Martinez, Pusong Pinoy, One Heart for Hope, Mr. Alan Santos, DLSL HS '94, DLSL College Discipline Marshals, Mr. and Mrs. Denny Cagampan III and Family, Lipa City Government, Paxys, Inc., SM Foundation, DLSU-Science Foundation, Power Mac Center, Chevron Philippines, Inc. (Caltex), and Albert de los Santos of Animo Magazine.

Concluding the activity was a luscious dinner especially prepared for the guests while the inspirational message was being delivered by Maria Angelica Reyes, a DLSL alumna and one of the Top Ten Students of the Philippines 2011 awardees followed as she shared her hardships and life-changing experiences that she had as a scholar of DLSL. The guests were also serenaded by DLSL's violinist, Emmanuel Ong, a 2nd year AB Communication student.

Jesus' statue inaugurated on Catholic Teachers' Day
In line with the celebration of the golden jubilee year and Catholic Teacher's day the statue of Jesus with the five children around him in front of the Br. Benilde Hall was finally blessed on January 25, 2013. Present in the event were the top administrators, headed by the school president and chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., Integrated School (IS) principal Mayolisa Mantuano and grade school assistant principal Gina Vergara, faculty, and staff of the IS.

Fr. Erwin Mendoza, OSJ facilitated the said blessing after the Eucharistic celebration for the faculty and staff at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle. Invited faculty, staff, and grade school pupils were surprised to see Br. Hans Steven Moran FSC wearing his holy habit with a special apron. With him were red velvet cupcak'es with cream cheese frosting from the De La Salle Lipa Brother's Community with personalized lines stating "Let the children come to you".

According to Br. Antonio Cesar Servando FSC, the one who proposed and made the project possible - the cement finished with marble dusk statue - made by Mr. Conrado Balubayan, is a memorial to Lasallian students that they are constantly special in God's eyes and that the Lord will watch over the safety of all the students of La Salle.

Subsequently, in March 2013, a four feet resin statue of the child Jesus was also installed near the Br. Benilde Hall's lobby as a gift from the De La Salle Brother Novitiate.