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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.   




May 2017 | Volume No. XIV Issue No. 10

MARCH 2017 | Volume IV Issue No. 8

MATH TEACHER (substitute)
Qualification
Standards
         
                                                                   
-         
BSE major in Mathematics graduate
-         
Preferably with at least teaching
experience





MMA Stude Bags Top Award in Nat'l Competition
De La Salle Lipa's bet in the Organization of the Student Services Educators, Inc. (OSSEI) National Conference on Campus Journalism and 10th Writing Competition, Lowell M. Lunar, landed first place in the Editorial Cartooning.

Not far behind is another awardee and a fellow member of the Lavoxa Group of Publications of the college division, Bernelyn Tapalla, who won third place in the feature writing category.

Both graduating students, Lunar and Tapalla, taking Multimedia Arts and Accounting Technology, respectively, were among the winners in the national competition that ensued the annual conference held January 26-28, 2017 at the Crown Legacy Hotel, Kisad Road, Baguio City.

MMA's Lunar, is the Lavoxa chief artist while BSAcT's Tapalla is the L Magazine associate editor.

The objectives of the annual conference are to "provide a more intensive training in campus journalism and to impress upon the participants the various challenges in campus writing."




MMA Stude Grand Winner of Batangas' Logo, Slogan Contest
Young as they may be, De La Salle Lipa's students make their own mark through their major accomplishments. One of them is Multimedia Arts junior student, Joseph Bryan D. Navarro, who was adjudged grand winner in the Logo and Slogan Making competition, sponsored by the Batangas Provincial Tourism and Cultural Affairs Office (PTCAO).

Inspired by the notable and top destinations, the elements present in Navarro's design captured the very essence of the province's outstanding tourism attributes while his slogan, "Rich Batangas, Simply Wonderful," states in a nutshell why Batangas is the place to be.     

The half 3D logo is composed of layers of silhouettes showing the "abundant number of beaches" ideal for scuba diving or leisure; "the mangrove trees in Calatagan; different religious sites like the Taal Basilica and Caleruega Church; and the Taal volcano and the lighthouse in Caleruega," according to his description.

PTCAO's contest drew 197 entries before picking the top 20 finalists from August 23-31, 2016 while the awarding was held on September 19.

The award-winning design will become the new and official tourism logo and slogan of the Province of Batangas.




Measurement Development





Measurement and Research Instrument Development Workshop
25-26 August 2016, CBEAM Function Hall
Resource Speaker: Dr. Jerome Ouano, De La Salle University-Manila

























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

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

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

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



Mabini Day - A Special Non-Working Public Holiday
Please be informed that pursuant to Proclamation 2367, July 23, 2016 (Saturday) is declared as a special non-working public holiday in the entire Province of Batangas and the cities therein in celebration of Mabini Day.

This is for everyone's information and guidance, Thank you.

Modelling Workshop: Poised to Impress
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MTG to Administer Qualifying Exam for Incoming Grades 3-10
The Integrated School Mathematics Department announced that the Mathematics Trainers’ Guild (MTG) Philippines shall administer the Qualifying Examination for incoming Grades 3 to 10 in order to recruit the best students/pupils who will qualify to the Mathematical Challenge for Filipino Kid Training Program (MCFKTP), bolstering the chance of winning in international math competitions.

Those who are interested to take the Qualifying Examination on July 23, 2016, 9:00 am at First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH), Tanauan, Batangas may send through e-mail the following details: name, contact number and grade level not later than July 22, 2016. The e-mail address is academic.varsities@gmail.com.

MTG is charging a minimal fee of PHP 50.00 to cover the expenses for testing materials, honorarium for proctors and other miscellaneous expenses that may be incurred during the test administration.

Should you need to clarify something, please contact Mr. Dennis Dimaala or Ms. Theresa Caya at (043) 756-5555 loc. 227 or 316.


Thank you so much for your interest about the MTG Qualifying Examination.  
Please be reminded of the following:
1.    Please go directly to the examination venue (FAITH) on July 23, 2016 (Saturday)  before 9 am.
2.    Bring pencil/ballpen and scratch papers for computation.
3.    Payment (₱ 50.00) shall be collected in the respective testing rooms during the qualifying examination.
4.    Keep a good attitude and remind yourself  that you are going to do your best.
4.    Don’t forget to PRAY!


    GOODLUCK to all of you..GOD BLESS!!!


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

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

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

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

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




Male and Female Uniform for SY2016-2017
Please be informed that the uniforms for SY2016-2017 will be four (4) sets with four (4) different designs instead of the previous information of having one design only. The designs will be the same for the next five years until SY2020-2021.

All full-time male and female employees are requested to view the prototypes which will be displayed at the college lobby from February 29 to March 1, 2016 (8:30am - 4:30pm).

  1. For full-time male faculty and staff - The four (4) prototypes are the final recommendation of the Uniform Committee for male. These will be displayed for viewing purposes only. Votation is not necessary.
  2. For full-time female faculty and staff - Please check the top four (4) choices among the six (6) prototypes on the provided tally sheets. The top four (4) prototypes will be the final recommendation.

    Note: All recommendations are for final approval of the President's Council.

For queries and clarifications, co-workers may coordinate their concerns with their respective Uniform Committee Representatives:                                                                                                                                                                                            
Division/DirectorateMaleFemale
OVCARMr. Noel SavaderaMs. Cheryl Balita
OVCMMr. Protacio MeaMs. Ma. Melissa Ishikawa
FinanceMr. Mandy FloresMs. Marjorie Anonuevo
IS - Grade SchoolMr. Maximo BuenoMs. Magdalena Mayuga
IS - Junior High SchoolMr. Darius CantosMs. Merryle Marquez
Office of the PresidentMr. Julius RecioMs. Marita Quizon
CEASMr. Louie AldayDr. Jennifer Casabuena
CIHTMMr. Jesus CatapangMs. Maria Madel Ocampo
CBEAMMr. Bonifacio TrainMs. Sheila Maloles
CITEEngr. Joselito RoxasEngr. Maria Rowena Ramirez
CoNMr. Marjeric BuenafeDr. Maria Lourdes Banaga

Thank you very much.

MTAP Math Challenge Champs Advance to Regional Finals
Shortly after their victory in the MTAP Math Challenge Elimination in January, the elite members of De La Salle Lipa's Grade School Math team garnered more titles in the 2016 MTAP MATH Challenge Mental Oral Round held on February 4, 2016.

In fact, DLSL conquered once more the much coveted title, Overall Champion. The following pupils have proven their undeniable mathematical wit with their group and individual awards:

 GRADE 1- CHAMPION
    Immanuel Gerard S. Quinto                  (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Gillenne Nicole C. Urrea                       (2nd Honor)                            

 GRADE 2- CHAMPION
    Reuben Joseph Felix                             (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Aiden Bercilla                                       (3rd Honor)

 GRADE 3- CHAMPION
    Lorenz Gabriel Briones                         (2nd Honor)
    Naomi Ashley Uy                                 (2nd Honor)

 GRADE 4- 3rd Place
    Alex Anthony Andal                             (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Alexander Benedict Bulloso                   (3rd Honor)

 GRADE 5- CHAMPION
    Andre Jerahmy Amante                        (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Ashley Julie Marie De Leon                  (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)

 GRADE 6- CHAMPION
    Gerard Elmer D. Ilagan                     (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Paolo Miguel Torres                              (1st  HONOR)

Grades 5 and 6 champions shall represent the Division of Lipa in the Regional Finals on February 19, 2016.

Parents and coaches, Cristy Hernandez, Rhea Pecayo, Ehden Petalio, Elevyn De Castro, Ernie Lein Saculo, Leonie Landicho, Magdalena Mayuga and Dennis Dimaala, beam with pride on the latest feat of the group and continue to provide unceasing support, especially in the upcoming competition.




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Male and Female Uniform for Selection (SY2016-2017)
Please be informed that the male and female uniform prototypes will be displayed at the college lobby from December 10 to December 11, 2015 (8:30am - 4:30pm).

All full-time male and female employees are encourage to view the prototypes and indicate your options on the provided tally sheets.

For full-time male faculty and staff - please indicate the first and second choice by writing 1 and 2.

For full time female faculty and staff -  please check the top 2 choices among the five prototypes.

Thank you very much.

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

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

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

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

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




Meet DLSL's CPA Topnotchers
Beaming with pride, the De La Salle Lipa community congratulates its most recent topnotchers in the Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination.

Hannah Faye Krystle Albarracin Reyes ranks sixth, while Keren Kristel Maralit Dimaculangan ranks ninth, in the licensure held October 2015.

These fresh grads graced the 27th Commencement Exercises of DLSL on March 31, 2015 and were among the students with distinguished awards as both Reyes and Dimaculangan graduated cum laude.

Indeed, "Great beginnings start here" at De La Salle Lipa.




Senior High School Referral
Marketing Communications Department has launched a drive on Senior High School Referral. This drive aims to increase the enrollment of Senior High School students from other schools. With this, everyone is invited to participate by referring students to enroll at De La Salle Lipa. The drive will run from October 2015 to April 2016. All employees with enrolled referrals will get premium items from Marketing Communications Department. Below are the mechanics for your reference:

  1. Employees who would like to refer an applicant for SHS should secure "referral form" from Institutional Admissions and Testing Office
  2. The accomplished referral form will be submitted to the Institutional Admissions and Testing Office (IATO).
  3. An employee can refer more than one student applicant.
  4. The student applicant should write the name of the employee who referred him/her to DLSL in the application form.
  5. After enrollment period, IATO will provide a summary of the list of employees with the names of their referred students to MCD.
  6. MCD will validate from the Registrar's Office the list of enrolled students referred by DLSL faculty and staff.
  7. After validation, employees with enrolled referrals will be notified by the MCD to claim their token.
  8. The drive will run from October 2015 to April 30, 2016.

RUBIS Elected President of ACURLO R-IVA
Mr. Ruben T. Rubis, the Academic Services Director and Registrar was elected as the President of the Association of College and University Registrars and Liaison Officers in Region IV-A (ACURLO RVI-A)  during its 29th Annual Regional Convention held at Batis Aramin, Lucban, Quezon last September 2-4, 2015.

Out of more than three hundred (300) public and private higher education institutions in CALABARZON Region, there are two hundred forty five (245) Registrars, Liaison Officers and Registrars' personnel in the Region who attended the convention.

With the theme "ACURLO IV-A in the Changing World: Realizing Challenges and Exploring Opportunities"  the gathering became an opportunity for all participating School/College/University Registrars, Assistant Registrars, Registrars' personnel and Liaison Officers in the region to develop strong partnership among schools in Region IV-A, CHED, TESDA and other stakeholders.

Updates on Memorandum Orders, the implementation of the Senior High School and the scheduled revision of all college curricula for implementation in SY 2018-2019 were discussed by the CHED Regional Director, Dr. Emmylou Yanga. Issues and Concerns that affect the operation of the Registrar's Office and the educational institutions as well were presented and discussed during the three-day convention including the Quality Assurance through Outcomes Based Service, Records Preservation/Conservation and Counter Disaster Management.

Together with Rubis in the photo is the outgoing ACURLO Region IV-A President, Mr. Mauro F. Eclavea, the University Registrar of Manuel S. Enverga Foundation Inc., Lucena.





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

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

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

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

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

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




Math Wiz Kids' Successful IMC Debut
Participating in international contests is nothing new to them. In fact, these new De La Salle Lipa contestants in the 11th International Mathematics Competition (IMC) in Singapore were neither intimidated nor discouraged with a new set of challengers in a whole new ballgame.  

Representing not only the school but the country as well, along with other members of the delegation, the DLSL young Math wizards were among those who catapulted the Philippines on top of the rankings as overall winner, besting the popular contenders like China and Taiwan.

Anthony Andal (Grade 4-BB 309), Bronze Medalist, Alexander Benedict Bulloso (Grade 4-BB 309), Bronze Medalist, Grace Dela Cruz (Grade 5-BB 304), Merit Award, and Gerard Elmer Ilagan (Grade 6-BB 41) had a fruitful IMC debut, apparently.

The collective effort of the country's Math wiz kids produced a total of 216 medals in the contest that was participated in by 12 countries on July 31 to August 3, 2015.

As always, the DLSL community is overjoyed with their most recent achievement that was also made possible by the constant support of their parents and loved ones, as well as their mentors and trainers.






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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




Biology Students, Faculty Score Grants in PSM Convention
Mariott Hotel, Manila - On July 17, three groups of 4th year BS Biology students, and a member of the Bio-Science faculty, were awarded the Thesis Subsidy Grant (TSG) and Thesis Reproduction Grant (TRG) during the 44th Philippine Society for Microbiology (PSM) Annual Convention.

A total of four groups received the TSG for this year, three groups from DLSL BS Biology, and one from UST BS Microbiology. Each group received PHP 10,000 to help in the completion of their undergraduate theses.

The theses being conducted by the BS Biology students cover the topics of bioremediation and biodiversity of microbial organisms. Christian Andrew Feliciano and Joseph Paulo Silva are the proponents of the research, "Selection of suitable biofilm carrier for Alcaligenes faecalis", Marian Jean Panganiban and Joan Paula Mercado for "Isolation and identification of possible bacterial bioremediators from the marine sediments along the Batangas Bay, Mabini, Batangas affected by heavy metals," and Mart Almer Medina, Emmanuel Hernandez, Kristiane Polido, Cloyd Gulla, and  Exequiel Caimbon, for "Isolation, characterization, identification, and evaluation of antimicrobial activity of filamentous bacteria (Actinomycetes) present in the soil of Mt. Maculot and Mt. Malarayat - A comparative study".

The TRG that was awarded to Mr. Edmerson B. Geronimo amounting to PHP 7,500 for his masters thesis, titled, "Development of copper-resistant biofilm from bacteria isolated from Mogpog, Marinduque for the biosorption of copper".

The recipients of the theses grants are determined by a panel of leading microbiologists and academicians in the country.  The entries submitted to PSM were evaluated based on having microbiology as the main focus, quality of research, significance of the topic, and the content of the paper.

The TSG is awarded every year to on-going undergraduate, masters, and Doctor of Philosophy theses, while the TRG is to recognize outstanding accomplished theses about microbiology.




MTRCB Talks on Classification Ratings
To strengthen its campaign in educating the public on the revised classification ratings for television and films, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) conducted a forum on "Matalinong Panonood Para sa Pamilya at Lipunan nina Juan at Juana" on 27 July 2015 at Diokno Boardroom.

Attended by selected students from the AB Communication, Multimedia Arts and Student Coordinating Board, MTRCB Board Members Maloli Espinosa, Ricardo "Jojo" Solomon Jr. and Mario Hernando, reiterated the powers and functions of MTRCB on motion pictures, television programs and publicity materials.  MTRCB also has the power to suspend television shows due to offensive and obscene language, inappropriate comments, and brawl during live shows.  Participants were also reoriented on the importance of television and movie classification ratings which are based on theme, language, nudity, violence, horror and drugs.

During the open forum, MTRCB Board Members empower the students as "agents" by reporting cases where classification ratings are not prominently displayed on cinemas and in cases where cinemas accept young audiences in restricted movies.  Everyone was reminded on how to be "responsible viewers" and be example to young viewers.

To report cases violating MTRCB rules, you can reach MTRCB at (02) 376-7380 or email them at admin@mtrcb.gov.ph.  To know more about MTRCB functions, visit www.mtrcb.gov.ph.





Brigada Eskwela 2015 of DLSL
More than an annual tradition, it is the sense of community that prevails among the Lasallians of De La Salle Lipa that urge them to partake in this noble mission of 'Brigada Eskwela.'

In fact, the preparation prior to school opening sent a throng of members of the DLSL community to various neighboring elementary schools to contribute in whatever form they can to make sure the schools are all set for the commencement of School Year 2015-2016.

Participants from the Vice Chancellor for Mission Office, College of Education, Arts and Sciences, General Services Department, Information Communications Technology Center, Community Involvement Office, Student Services, and the Student Coordinating Board, garnered 36 volunteers on May 19, 2015.

The group's one-day community service was focused at Malitlit - Anangi Elementary School where they repainted the classrooms, chairs, and building, covered books, redecorated the bulletin boards, and repaired whatever they could for the improvement of the schools appearance to once again uplift the spirits of the incoming pupils.

Aside from the services of the Lasallians, they also donated paint and other materials and supplements for repair and maintenance of other schools, namely, Makina Primary School, San Guillermo Elementary School, Kayumanggi Elementary School, Bolbok Elementary School and Parang Elementary School, Verde Island.




Memo for the General Assembly

DATE  :           15
APRIL 2015

TO      :           INSTITUTIONAL
COMMUNITY



FROM :           MS.
JHYN CONCORDIA



                        Vice Chancellor for
Administration

RE     :           INSTITUTIONAL
GENERAL ASSEMBLY


 





 



Please
be informed that the Institutional General Assembly will be on May 15, 2015 at
the SENTRUM.



 



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



  1. Registration
    and distribution of food stubs will start at 7:00 am to 8:00 am at the
    SENTRUM. 
  2. The
    Holy Mass will be held at the Capilla
    de San Juan
    Bautista de La Salle
    at 8:00 am
  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 2014-2015 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.


De Las Alas, CISCO Certified
Melchor De Las Alas, a Network Support  Technician of the Information Communications Technology Center and a part-time faculty member of the College of Information Technology and Engineering, was conferred by the MFI Foundation, Incorporated (formerly Meralco Foundation) on March 26, 2015 at its office in Pasig City.

The recognition was primarily "for passing the Certified CISCO Networking Associate Certification held on November 2014" and for his "commitment to excel and develop an extremely high level of dedication, self-discipline, and passion," as stated in his citation.

De Las Alas managed to pass the CCNA certification, conducted online by the Prime Academy in Makati City, with flying colors, after completing the four semesters of prerequisite courses in 2014. He aced the examination designed by CISCO an American multinational corporation producing networking hardware widely used equipment in the industry.

As a faculty member of CITE, De Las Alas, was sponsored to take the short course by CISCO, while further assistance were provided by the Meralco Foundation to complete it.

All the theoretical and practical application of the said course have been very handy, especially in the academe as an instructor and as a resource speaker in discussing technical matters on networking seminar IPV6 and IPV4.



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.



Meet the Multi-Awarded ANDRE1A
"ANDRE1A" may ring a bell as this narrative film has been previously documented for clinching a spot in the national competition POV (Piling Obra Vidyo) Eleven - as one of the finalists back in January this year.

Shortly after that brief news, "ANDRE1A," the Best Thesis in the Multimedia Arts Department of the College of Education, Arts and Sciences given in September 2014, reaped awards, acclaims, and rave reviews, one after another.

The POV credit did not end as a finalist. In fact, the entry of the senior Multimedia Arts students Vicente G. Latag, Jr., Keene JV A. Leonor, John Joseph E. Reyes, Julian V. Vinzon, and director, Emmanuel M. Sambayan, collected not just one, but two awards, the Ibong Adarna Awad (Audience Choice Award) and the SMART Mobile Internet Choice Award, aside from the multiple nominations for Top Three Best Narrative Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay, Best Sound Design, and Best Actor - Jeff Rojas. The awarding was held at Cine Adarna, UP-Diliman on January 24.

On February 6, the group gathered a couple of awards for no less than the Best Feature Film and the Best Director  Sambayan from the Indie Un-Film 2015, organized by and held at De La Salle University Manila.   

In Pelikultura Calabarzon Film Festival 2015 by the De La Salle University Dasmarias, held in February 21, 2015, "ANDRE1A" was a finalist.

And to cap (for now) the long list of awards of this unprecedented group, their film was awarded by Singkuwento International Film Festival 2015 for Best Visual Effects by Sambayan and Latag Jr. and Rojas for Best Actor nomination, held at Leandro Locsin Theater, NCAA Building, Intramuros, Manila on February 28.

The unconventional story of "ANDRE1A" explored the tragic past of a mental institution patient named Fabian Gomez. Through the help of an old man, the patients family history unfolds, featuring the father and the robot mother.

Without a doubt, with the film's exposure in various award-giving bodies, it has captured the attention of both national and international acclaimed directors, and possibly more could be expected of this film in the future. And Multimedia Arts Department, led by its head, Lorna Achico, could not be happier.

Math Wiz Kids Conquer MTAP Regional Tilt
Winning never grows old for the young Math wiz kids of De La Salle Lipa. Once again, with the combined talents of international caliber contenders of the Integrated School, the institution was catapulted on top of the ranks and was declared the Overall Champion at the recently concluded MTAP Regional Finals (Division of Lipa). 

Leading the pack of the winning delegation were Champions in the Individual Category and First Runners-Up in the Team Oral Round, Angelo Vince Perez and Rafael Ma. Vicente Tagulao, both Grade 6 students. Trailing closely behind them were First Runners-Up in the Individual Category and Third Runners-Up in the Team Oral Round, Gerard Elmer Ilagan and Paolo Miguel Torres, Grade 5 students.

The 2015 Regional MTAP Challenge was held at Sta. Cruz Elementary School, Laguna on February 20, 2015.

But the entire community has something more to look forward to as Angelo Vince Perez takes on a new set of challengers at the National Level in the Individual Category.

With the untiring mentoring, dedication and commitment of his coaches, Leonie Landicho and Dennis Dimaala, Perez will surely make his presence felt at the upcoming competition.

The entire community bids them good luck!



MIDTERM GRADE MONITORING

The
following scholars are required to report at the LAMP Office on or before February
11, 2015. Regarding your Mid-term Grades. Look for Ms. Ena.






































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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Africa, Grant Bryan bpsgp Cabinian,
Angelika M. 
expanded 3
Arellano,
Justin Gabriel C.
bpsgp Carreon,
Hannah Noreen T. 
expanded 4
Balane, John
Louie
bpsgp Comia,
Westly Austin C. 
expanded 2
Barte, Roi
Albert D.
bpsgp Costura,
Lawrence Jemuel Q. 
expanded 4
Beltran, John
Eric Lester
bpsgp De Castro, Jonna
R.
expanded 2
Caibigan,
Bianca Lizette
bpsgp Ebreo,
Jed Lemuel R. 
expanded 4
Capuloy, Mikhaela Andrea M. bpsgp Fabul,
Jezzlyn Dale A. 
expanded 3
Casas, Angelo
Chester
bpsgp Florendo,
Rocelle D. 
expanded 4
Delos Reyes, Ed Anthony  bpsgp Garcia,
Hans Angelo P. 
expanded 4
Frio, Ramon
Joseph
bpsgp Garcia,
Mon Gerald T. 
expanded 4
Gordo, Jackelyn B. bpsgp Gastardo,
Mikaela Jan M. 
expanded 4
Jonson, Vinzon
Miguel G.
bpsgp Guino, Camille expanded 3
Kasilag,
Claudia Janniel
bpsgp Icalia,
Thalia Marie D. 
expanded 2
Lina, Marika
Jayson O.
bpsgp Iniego,
Ariane Corina R. 
expanded 2
Loreto, Maila M. bpsgp Javier,
Katrina Faye A. 
expanded 4
Magbilang, Anabelle O. bpsgp Landicho, Nicole Isabelle T. expanded 4
Maloles, Sharmaine Raya E. bpsgp Latag,
Charmaine Mary G. 
expanded 4
Morada,
Kenneth G.
bpsgp Lindo,
Andrea F. 
expanded 4
Navarro, John Paul L. bpsgp Llanes,
Stephanie A. 
expanded 3
Panganiban, Jerome Ian  bpsgp Magoling, Joy
Noreen M.
expanded 4
Raya, Jenny L. bpsgp Magundayao, Lea
Joyce S.
expanded 3
Rosima, Maria
Leonor Carmel E.
bpsgp Mancol, Romalyn
M.
expanded 2
Sanchez, Rosen Kerby  bpsgp Mangunay,
Eunice Minilee M. 
expanded 2
Uy, Kiersten
Maegan M.
bpsgp Maranan,
Rose Ann C. 
expanded 3
    Mariano, Elaine S. expanded 4
Altamirano, Angelica F.  expanded 4 Martin,
Szia Darene S. 
expanded 3
Andal, Clarisse M.  expanded 4 Masilang,
Mary Joy C. 
expanded 2
Angel, Kenneth
Mcneil T.
expanded 3 Mendoza, Baby
Gel H.
expanded 4
Aquino, Jhessa Mae M.  expanded 2 Mendoza,
Gabriel Jay M. 
expanded 3
Aro, Olive Deanne M.  expanded 4 Mercado, Audrey
Ann P.
expanded 4
Austria, Caren I.  expanded 4 Miraa,
Charisse A. 
expanded 2
Balmes, Donna M. expanded 3 Mojares,
John Vincent A. 
expanded 1
Benedicto, Jaromir V. expanded 4 Ortega,
Noreen A. 
expanded 2
Briosa, Vivien D.  expanded 4 Pagcaliwangan,
Leidel M. 
expanded 2
Cabalquinto, Lei Xjiemiz D.  expanded 3 Panopio,
Jonah M. 
expanded 3
Pascua, Michaela M. expanded 4 Calanoga,
Issa Marie R. 
febres
Plata, Cherish Diane A.  expanded 3 Castillo,
Ivanna Laureen M. 
febres
Portugal, Ma. Cecilia P.  expanded 3 Castro, Aielle Mae B. febres
Quimio, Jenna Mitchie L.  expanded 4 Cometa,
Cheriel Marie O. 
febres
Ramos, Audrey Shaira E. expanded 4 Cuevas,
Mary Joy L. 
febres
Recio, Jenieva  expanded 4 De
Chavez, Jessa F. 
febres
Ren, Elizabeth J.  expanded 3 De La
Pea, Razell C. 
febres
Reyes, Diane Patricia A. expanded 2 Del
Mundo, Judy Anne F. 
febres
Reyes, Kenneth Andrew G. expanded 2 Dimaandal,
Melissa C. 
febres
Rizaro, Lady Rizza A. expanded 3 Extra,
Gerald Matthew S. 
febres
Rocafort, Trixie Lei A.  expanded 2 Fajardo,
Sonia M. 
febres
Roxas, Angelica Joy P.  expanded 4 Flores,
Lan Serolf P. 
febres
Sangalang, Liz Arianne L. expanded 4 Galela, Aylwin Chloe F. febres
Semaa, Maria Luisa A. expanded 2 Garcia,
Karen Mae P. 
febres
Solis, Patrick T.  expanded 1 Gutierrez,
Jerald S. 
febres
Soriano, Aldrich Mico M.  expanded 3 Hermoso,
Fatima Carmela V. 
febres
Suizo, Cathreeze Marie D. expanded 2 Honrado,
Patrick John L. 
febres
Tan Pian, Kate Laraelynn S.  expanded 4 Lanto, Hannah Mia febres
Titular, Jhon Limwhel Q. expanded 4 Laylo,
Sandy Mark N. 
febres
Toring, Christine Jane S. expanded 4 Laylo,
Vonna Mae H. 
febres
Toring, Jay Christian S.  expanded 4 Leynes,
Rhina 
febres
Torres, Paolo C.  expanded 4 Lorenzo,
Andrea Mae C. 
febres
Tumala, Keith M.  expanded 2 Macatangay, Giuseppe Michael M.  febres
Vargas, Mary Antonette L. expanded 4 Manalang,
April I. 
febres
Villamin, Krizia Vicentha C.  expanded 2 Manalo,
Meljon L. 
febres
Villapando, Jon Christian D.  expanded 4 Manimtim,
Marinela A. 
febres
Villegas, Gissela Mae S.  expanded 2 Masakayan,
Angelin A. 
febres
    Matias,
Marren R. 
febres
Aguila, Mark Joseph G.  febres Mayo, Nia Jezzerene T. febres
Andal,
Michelle
febres Mercado,
Ericka Jane A. 
febres
Bathan,
Dianara
febres Mijares,
Maria Magdalena L. 
febres
Bautista, Adrian M.  febres Obispo,
Khey Ann C. 
febres
Bobadilla, Angelo A.  febres Palacio,
Raymart M. 
febres
Briones, Norien Kristine A.  febres Pamplona
III, Jose M. 
febres
Bumagat, Mary Grace M.  febres Pastor,
Estrellita V. 
febres
Punzalan, Ferdinand C.  febres Orias, Maria Esthea senior high
Rodriguez, Rodween C.  febres Sero,
Dorothy Mae L. 
senior high
Sanchez, Bea
Janine R.
febres    
Tapalla,
Bernelyn D.
febres Llanes, John Paul S. star
Valencia, Daveson S.  febres Recio,
Ella Mae Z. 
star
Vidanes, Azel Anne T.  febres    
    Corona,
Prince Jomer B. 
star
@50
Brucal, Arvin P.  freeschool Lucido, Jilianne
Carmel D.
star
@50
Leynes, Julie Ann L. freeschool Terencio, Judiel S. star
@50
Mercado, Bobby L.  freeschool    
    Abujen, May Ann H. ca
Balakit, Art Jayvee J.  PF-fsle Adovas, Kirk Angelu Victoria O.  ca
Cortias,
Maria Kathlyn
PF-fsle Aguado, Catherine May J. ca
Guino, Camille PF-fsle Alvarez,
Che-che R. 
ca
Maderazo, Hazel Diane D.  PF-fsle Ampeloquio,
Chenee B. 
ca
Mancol, Romalyn M. PF-fsle Aripio,
Darelle Voi M. 
ca
Maranan, Rose Ann C.  PF-fsle Atienza, Nicole ca
Ren, Elizabeth J.  PF-fsle Bables, Rica
N. 
ca
Torres,
Jenielyn P.
PF-fsle Balagao,
Rizalyn Joy Q. 
ca
    Bautista, Alexa Marrie B. ca
Kasilag, Madel M.  PF-lcck Bayanin,
Rya Marjerie A. 
ca
Tangqilan,
Sairah
PF-lcck Benamer,
Mark Oliver A. 
ca
    Bucal,
John Michael R. 
ca
Bayle, Franchesca A.  PF-utfi Cabrera, John Paulo D. ca
Belen, Kate Camille A.  PF-utfi Carandang, Eunice A. ca
De Chavez, Sheena Marie E.  PF-utfi Cubero, Julie Ann B. ca
Espartero, Meriella P.  PF-utfi Dagook,
Angiela M. 
ca
Indico, Trisha Gabriela C.  PF-utfi Dapoc, Ma. Angelica S. ca
Ramilo, Elaine Marie A.  PF-utfi De Mesa, Mary Angelie M. ca
    De Sagun, Maria Madelaine Vissia
M. 
ca
Ada, Kryzza
Camille B.
senior high Dela Vega, Lealynn ca
Bautista,
Julius Caesar
senior high Dinglasan, Dianne Mae M. ca
Lalamunan,
Aries R.
senior high Divino, Mary Angeline G. ca
Mabiling,
Israel
senior high Fedelino,
John Dominique R. 
ca
Mercado, Lucky
Bryan
senior high Floris,
Rommel R. 
ca
Fontanilla, Abegail R.  ca Famaranglas, Jafet F. ma
Gatdula, Kris
Zea B.
ca Lladoc,
John Roel V. 
ma
Godoy,
Christine Joy V.
ca Lopez, John Kevin L. ma
Hernandez,
Claudine Grace C.
ca Lumbera,
John Benedick V. 
ma
Ignilan, Celin Aina N.  ca Mabunga,
John Christian Q. 
ma
Ligutan,
Gilberlyn P.
ca Marasigan,
John Adrian L. 
ma
Linatoc, Lanielyn S. ca Medrano, John Ashley A. ma
Lipat, Nelle Geraldine I.  ca Mejico,
Kenneth M. 
ma
Lunar, Lowell
M.
ca Mendoza, Jose Angelo D. ma
Macailao,
Giovanni L.
ca Nipolo, Sheen Wesly B. ma
Magabo, Russel
D.
ca Ortega,
Eduard T. 
ma
Manalo, Leona
Jejean D.
ca Pineda, John Benedict T. ma
Maralit, Bryan
James T.
ca Publico, Luigi Christian ma
Martinez, Camille H. ca Romero,
Jerwin G. 
ma
Martirez, Paul Andrew T.  ca Rosas,
Gerald G. 
ma
Masangkay, Alaila Mae F.  ca Salazar, Brilliant Paulo M. ma
Masangkay, Quennie M.  ca Tapalla,
Elvin P. 
ma
Mojares, Jamaica L.  ca Teodoro, Gerald Joem ma
Moreno, Merlyn
Ann C.
ca Valeros,
Mikko T. 
ma
Pagcaliwagan,
Nheil Patrick
ca Villanueva,
Patrick Ross 
ma
Paradero, Reviel M.  ca Vias,
Lucky Christian A. 
ma
Plata, Darlene
Mariel V.
ca Zamora, Jehan S. ma
Publico, Anna Rebecca L.  ca    
Raz, Rina P.  ca Abitan, Hann Christian athlete 3
Saludo, Jeimyc Aira V.  ca Aguila, Nheca Marie A. athlete 3
Soril, Lady Beverly M.  ca Amador, Maria Almira Jasmine L. athlete 2
Sotaso, Christine Marie C.  ca Amores, Jellika E. athlete 1
Tumogsoc, Jezreel R.  ca Aquino, Nico Louie M. athlete 1
Villanueva,
Mary Angelique M.
ca Biscocho, Queen Kyla I. athlete 1
    Cabasa, Krystuff Berciane L. athlete 2
Austria, Jim
Lloyd
ma Cabungcal,
Klark John C. 
athlete 1
Batario,
Christian Errol E.
ma Carandang, Ralph Joseph E. athlete 1
Bernaldo, Ronfel V.  ma Castillo, John Dherick O. athlete 1
Briones, Jayson R.  ma Cuenca, Christian Paul A. athlete 3
Falcunaya, Bernard Allen C.  ma Dango, Joaquin Antonio B. athlete 1
De Castro,
Adrian
athlete 1 Magnaye, Justin S. athlete 1
De Guzman,
Glenn M.
athlete 1 Magnaye, Lorenz C. athlete 3
Delizo, Derick
Lerry U.
athlete 1 Mangundayao, Honeylen D. athlete 4
Dimaano,
Harold Christian L.
athlete 1 Marcellana, Areanne M. athlete 3
Espada, Vince
Angelo B.
athlete 2 Marfa, Mac Lawrence M. athlete 1
Fabia, Cedrick
Jonas P.
athlete 2 Mole, Carl Vincent A. athlete 1
Fisico, Jason
O.
athlete 3 Pablo, Dexiree A. athlete 1
Fuerte,
Melanie F.
athlete 1 Palma, Michaela Ellaine Joi athlete 2
Gamban,
Charmaine M.
athlete 1 Permentilla, Chiara May athlete 1
Gonzales,
Nathaniel S.
athlete 2 Raymundo, Cedrick M. athlete 1
Ilagan, Marc
Kim T.
athlete 3 Reao, Jessther athlete 1
Latayan,
Czarina R.
athlete 1 Reyes, Therese Althena P. athlete 2
Linatoc,
Sharina Drew M.
athlete 2 Rivera, James Noel P athlete 3
Llamas, Robin
Josef S.
athlete 1 Rivera, Joseph Nathaniel P. athlete 1
Lojo, Ma.
Carmela L.
athlete 3 Sabido, John Rommel L. athlete 1
Macalindong,
Rowell Ysrael C.
athlete 1 Suilan, Isaiah Israel A. athlete 1
Macaraig,
Adrian M.
athlete 1 Trinidad, Nichole Joyce D. athlete 2
Macaraig, Seth
Jairo M.
athlete 1 Valeros, Marc Ruel B. athlete 2
Maghirang,
Merry S.
athlete 2 Vatcha, Xerxes R. athlete 2

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

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

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

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

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

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



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.




MMA Studes Vie for Natl Title
After scoring a spot in the Top Five Finalists of the "ANIMAHENASYON 2014: 8th Philippine Animation Festival," De La Salle Lipas senior Multimedia Arts students Jerome Rosario and Ray John Muralla shall be competing for the national title slated on November 25-28, 2014 at the iAcademy Plaza, Makati City, in the Category I, Animated Shorts (06:00 to 20:59 minutes), Student Division. Their entry titled, "High," tackles a dark story depicting a youth who yielded to prohibited substance. The highly stylized and innovative treatment of this animation makes it a competitive candidate.

Aside from the said nominee, another group of senior MMA students, namely, Jared Macabale, Krizia Camalig, Kriszel Hienie Manalo, and Franchesca Mari Sablay, will have their own entry titled, "Nandito Pa Ako," featured in the exhibition. This animation is characterized by its heartwarming and story-driven plot that people could possibly relate with.    



Engaging for the second time in this nationwide contest for the students from a fledgling program of DLSL proved to be a credible strength of its instruction in terms of practical application and the MMA Department Chair Lorna Achico could not be happier. 

The first ever entry to be submitted to the same contest was from the pioneer batch of MMA students titled, "Room Design," by Gillian Tolentino and Joan Casey Espolong, which also made it as a finalist.

ANIMAHENASYON is an annual competition organized by the Animation Council of the Philippines, Inc. (ACPI) which showcases the original content in Philippine animation, discover and recognize the Filipino talent in animation, and aim for local and international excellence and competitiveness, featuring aspiring and professional animators in the country, according to animationa-festivals.com

The DLSL community wishes the contestants good luck.




MESSAGE to the UNOFFICIALLY ENROLLED STUDENTS

MESSAGE



from the  OFFICE of the REGISTRAR


 


Please be informed that there are 116 students who are not yet officially enrolled for this 2nd semester as of 6:00pm of November 12, 2014. These students are required to pay their tuition and fees on or before November 14, 2014 up to 4:30pm only.


 


Please be informed also that assessments of the Unofficially Enrolled students will be deleted in the eWiz Student Management System on November 14, 2014 at 5:00pm.


 


Meet DLSL's Newest RMEs
Coinciding with the announcement on the Registered Electrical Engineers is the outcome of the Master Electricians Licensure Examination held in September 2014, given by the Board of Electrical Engineering in Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legazpi, Lucena and Zamboanga.

The Professional Regulation Commission announced that out of 2,964 hopefuls, 972 examinees passed and four of them are from De La Salle Lipa. The institution garnered 50% against the national passing rate of 32.79%.

The DLSL community congratulates the newest batch of RMEs:
- Erika Laine Polgen Balbacal, RME
- Michael Ervie Malabanan Carandang, RME
- Edmark Tibayan Escalera, RME
- Milly Jason Agno Rosales, RME

Mid-term Grades Intervention

The following scholars are
required to report at the LAMP Office on or before September 10, 2014.
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NAME CATEGORY NAME CATEGORY
Adovas, Kirk Angelo Victoria O.  ca Pagcaliwagan, Nheil Patrick ca
Amano, Avegail C.  ca Patron, Ronel S. ca
Aripio, Darelle Voi M.  ca Portus,
Jeanette C. 
ca
Bautista,
Alexa Marie
ca Publico,
Anna Rebecca L. 
ca
Benamer, Mark Oliver A.  ca Raz, Rina
P. 
ca
Cabrera, John
Paulo D.
ca Saludo,
Jeimyc Aira V. 
ca
Carandang,
Eunice A.
ca Sarmiento, Jerame ca
Dapoc, Ma.
Angelica S.
ca Soril,
Lady Beverly M. 
ca
De Ocampo, Jelly I.  ca Sotaso,
Christine Marie C. 
ca
De Sagun, Maria Madelaine Vissia
M. 
ca Umali,
Aira Mary P. 
ca
Dela Vega,
Lealynn
ca Umali,
Jeanette Anne I. 
ca
Divino, Mary
Angeline G.
ca Villanueva, Mary Angelique M. ca
Fedelino, John Dominique R.  ca Aguja,
Marvin P. 
ma
Floris, Rommel R.  ca Alorro,
Edieson L. 
ma
Gubalane, Pamela  ca Austria, Jim Lloyd ma
Guinto, Edzel ca Bernaldo,
Ronfel V. 
ma
Hernandez,
Claudine Grace C.
ca Botardo
II, Elias F. 
ma
Inciong, Bjorn
Joriz R.
ca Cajulis,
Eliezer L. 
ma
Librea, Jeremy R.  ca Castillo,
Bryan L. 
ma
Ligutan,
Gilberlyn P.
ca De
Los Reyes, Joshua Rei R. 
ma
Linatoc, Lanielyn S. ca Delos Reyes, Josua Nathanielle
B. 
ma
Lipat, Nelle Geraldine I.  ca Dimaano, Rafael B. ma
Lunar,
Mardiorie A.
ca Garcia,
Bon David M. 
ma
Macailao,
Giovanni L.
ca Lladoc,
John Roel V. 
ma
Maderazo, Charlene E.  ca Lopez, John Kevin L. ma
Magabo, Russel
D.
ca Mabunga,
John Christian Q. 
ma
Martinez, Camille H. ca Medrano, John Ashley A. ma
Moren, Karl
Ian Mari D.
ca Nipolo, Sheen Wesly B. ma
Nueva Espaa, Hazel L.  ca Pineda, John Benedict T. ma
Ona, Katheleen M.  ca Publico, Luigi Christian ma
NAME CATEGORY NAME CATEGORY
Resma,
Julius R. 
ma Keh, John David O. athlete 2
Romero, Jerwin G.  ma Latayan, Czarina athlete 1
Sapatero, Jhun Kevin R.  ma Latayan, Glenn Michael M. athlete 1
Tapalla, Elvin P.  ma Laylo, Marvin Dave athlete 1
Valerio, Louie C.  ma Laylo, Meico Paulo L. athlete 1
Valeros, Mikko T.  ma Linatoc, Sharina Drew M. athlete 2
Aguila, Nheca
Marie A.
athlete 3 Macalindong, Rowell Ysrael C. athlete 1
Amador, Maria
Almira Jasmine L.
athlete 2 Macaraig, Adrian athlete 1
Amores,
Jellika
athlete 1 Macaraig, Seth Jairo M. athlete 1
Aquino, Nico
Louie M.
athlete 1 Magnaye, Justine athlete 1
Austria, Edel
Francis
athlete 1 Magnaye, Lorenz C. athlete 3
Bamba, Rodeny
S.
athlete 1 Malayba, Albert P. athlete 1
Bamba, Rodeny
S.
athlete 1 Marcellana, Areanne M. athlete 3
Biscocho,
Patricia Elyn M.
athlete 2 Marfa, Mac Lawrence M. athlete 1
Bonifacio,
Josel M.
athlete 2 Mendoza, Jean Yasmine L. athlete 1
Cabungcal, Klark John C.  athlete 1 Mole, Carl Vincent athlete 1
Cabungcal, Klark John C.  athlete 1 Pablo, Dexiree A. athlete 1
Calagos, Rey
Ken Steven D.
athlete 1 Permentilla, Chiara May athlete 1
Carandang,
Ralph Joseph E.
athlete 1 Permentilla, Chiara May athlete 1
Caringal, Ian
Jovanni
athlete 3 Plata, Lester Dale athlete 3
Castillo, John
Dherick O.
athlete 1 Raymundo, Cedrick M. athlete 1
Cuenca,
Christian Paul A.
athlete 3 Reyes, Therese Althena P. athlete 2
Dimaano,
Harold Christian
athlete 1 Reyes, Therese Angela athlete 3
Dimaculangan,
Laurence
athlete 1 Rivera, Joseph Nathaniel P. athlete 1
Fabia, Cedrick
Jonas P.
athlete 2 Sianquita, Shoji Jude M. athlete 3
Fuerte,
Melanie
athlete 1 Valeros, Marc Ruel athlete 2
Gamban,
Charmaine
athlete 1 Vatcha, Xerxes athlete 2
Guinto, Adrian
Mitchell M.
athlete 1 Villanueva, John Anthony C. athlete 1
Ilagan, Marc
Kim
athlete 2 Virrey, Daniel Acereael L. athlete 1
Jarata, Jan
Exel
athlete 1 Zurbano, Siegrex Q. athlete 1
NAME CATEGORY NAME CATEGORY
Mendoza, Brendalyn C. academe Abastillas, Jan Mae Dec D. expanded 2
    Andal,
Clarisse M. 
expanded 4
Arellano,
Justin Gabriel C.
bpsgp Antonio,
Jesi Kiel M. 
expanded 1
Balane, Allyza
Marie
bpsgp Aranda,
Roselyn S. 
expanded 1
Balane, John
Louie
bpsgp Austria,
Camille I. 
expanded 4
Barte, Roi
Albert D.
bpsgp Austria,
Caren I. 
expanded 4
Casas, Angelo
Chester
bpsgp Benedicto,
Luigie M.
expanded 2
Castro, Alec Maverick M.  bpsgp Briosa,
Vivien D. 
expanded 4
Cubilla,
Aldred Alru Joshua L.
bpsgp Carandang,
Christian Davis G. 
expanded 3
Frio, Ramon
Joseph
bpsgp Costura,
Lawrence Jemuel Q. 
expanded 4
Gordo, Jackelyn B. bpsgp Da
Silva, Nicolas V. 
expanded 1
Kasilag,
Claudia Janniel
bpsgp Garcia,
Hans Angelo P. 
expanded 4
Llanes, John Nickoll A. bpsgp Icalia,
Thalia Marie D. 
expanded 2
Loreto, Maila M. bpsgp Iniego,
Ariane Corina R. 
expanded 2
Lumbera, Bryan
P.
bpsgp Javier,
Katrina Faye A. 
expanded 4
Maganito, Jan
Oliver
bpsgp Landicho,
Cherina C. 
expanded 3
Magbilang, Anabelle O. bpsgp Landicho, Nicole Isabelle T. expanded 4
Magcawas, Roald A.  bpsgp Latag,
Charmaine Mary G. 
expanded 4
Maloles, Sharmaine Raya E. bpsgp Lindo,
Andrea F. 
expanded 4
Navarro, John Paul L. bpsgp Maddatu,
Janice M. 
expanded 4
Panganiban, Jerome Ian  bpsgp Mangunay,
Eunice Minilee M. 
expanded 2
Sanchez, Rosen Kerby  bpsgp Maralit,
Bryan James T. 
expanded 2
    Martin,
Szia Darene S. 
expanded 3
Andaleon, Karen Gaile L.  CoL-expanded 1 Masilang,
Mary Joy C. 
expanded 2
Clemens, Chriszelle V.  CoL-expanded 4 Mendoza,
Benedick R.
expanded 4
NAME CATEGORY NAME CATEGORY
Mendoza, Gabriel Jay M.  expanded 3 Voces,
Alyssa Clarissse L. 
expanded 3
Mendoza, Ruby Ann M.  expanded 4    
Miraa, Charisse A.  expanded 2 Aguila,
Mark Joseph G. 
febres
Mutia, Danielle Rae M.  expanded 2 Andaya,
Sheirie Anne Marie C. 
febres
Orense, Jingphene M. expanded 4 Ayson,
Karizza Nicole S. 
febres
Plaza, Dan Krister Rei G.  expanded 4 Bautista,
Adrian M. 
febres
Quimio, Jenna Mitchie L.  expanded 4 Bobadilla,
Angelo A. 
febres
Ramelb,
Abigail P.
expanded 4 Castro, Aielle Mae B. febres
Recio, Jenieva  expanded 4 Coloma,
Mariel C. 
febres
Ricafranca, Hero Lance P.  expanded 4 Cometa,
Cheriel Marie O. 
febres
Rocafort, Trixie Lei A.  expanded 2 Custodio,
Lovely G. 
febres
Rocamora, Deinielle Frances C.  expanded 4 De La
Pea, Razell C. 
febres
Simbahan, Andrelene Marie C.  expanded 4 Del
Mundo, Judy Anne F. 
febres
Solis, Patrick T.  expanded 1 Dimaano,
Hazel Honeyrose B. 
febres
Tadeja, Bernalyne V.  expanded 4 Esguerra, John Floyd A. febres
Tanaka, Ariza P.  expanded 4 Extra,
Gerald Matthew S. 
febres
Tolentino, Kaila Vanessa S.  expanded 4 Fajardo,
Sonia M. 
febres
Toring, Christine Jane S. expanded 4 Honrado,
Patrick John L. 
febres
Tumala, Keith M.  expanded 2 Ilagan,
John Derick G. 
febres
Valido, Kyla Angela P. expanded 4 Leynes,
Anthony L. 
febres
Veslio, Hazel Joy D.  expanded 3 Lim,
Janine Felize M. 
febres
Villanueva, Maria Consorcia D.  expanded 4 Manimtim,
Marinela A. 
febres
Villapando, Shaira D.  expanded 4 Matamis,
Roxanne P. 
febres
Villasin, Krisha Nikka A. expanded 2 Matias,
Marren R. 
febres
Villegas, Gissela Mae S.  expanded 2 Mayo, Nia Jezzerene T. febres
NAME CATEGORY
Navarro, Charlene Mae O.  febres
Palacio, Raymart M.  febres
Pamplona III, Jose M.  febres
Pastor, Estrellita V.  febres
Ricafort, Ciara Janine P.  febres
Rodil, Lawrence Regie L.  febres
Rosita, Dhanin Xyza Q.  febres
   
Brucal, Arvin P.  freeschool
Mabiling, Liezyl L. freeschool
Mortel, Christopher O.  freeschool
Reyes, Ivan Denlord C.  freeschool
   
Balakit, Art Jayvee J.  fsle
Cortias,
Maria Kathlyn
fsle
Torres,
Jenielyn P.
fsle/expanded 3
Permejo, Jeff Mark M.  fsle/expanded 4
   
De Leon, Jayven L.  pd577
   
Recio, Ella Mae Z.  star
   
Lumbao,
Sherwin Harvey A.
star
@50
Terencio,
Judiel S.
star
@50
   
Ramilo, Elaine Marie A.  utfi

Second-Time Win for Sambayan in Student Media Congress
Multimedia Arts student Emmanuel Sambayan landed a major award in the recently concluded Student Media Congress 2014.

Sambayan's winning entry in the Graphic Design category bested more than twenty entries from different schools in the second staging of the national competition, organized by the De La Salle University Manila, July 26, 2014.

A member of the Lavoxa Group of Publications, Sambayan was originally meant to join a different category. As a blessing in disguise, Sambayan landed in the top spot in the Graphic Design category after replacing his Lavoxan colleague.

When asked regarding his approach in his design, he was quite particular in certain aspects of his entry which he deemed necessary to satisfy the overall presentation. He focused on the color combination where he used the complimentary colors, explored the subject by working around the theme about "Selfie and the Philippines," and meticulously picked a texture to arrive at a desirable depth.

Sambayan pointed out that his technique was basically thinking out of the box. Refusing to be predictable, he figured out a way to "Think of the opposite [of the theme] to find something unique."

This Lavoxan cartoonist is no stranger to this nationwide contest. He was, in fact, a winner in last year's congress, bagging the major award in the Branding for Magazine category. 

Multimedia Arts Department Chair Lorna Achico could not help but gush over the recent victory of one of her students, "The MMA Department is very proud of Emmanuel's accomplishment."



Financial Wellness and Investment Opportunitites
Making sound financial decision is a major concern especially with today's economic situation. As employees, decisions about one's finances should be taken with much thoughtful and careful study.

In order to give employees more financial options, the Human Resource Department has invited MANULIFE Philippines, PRU LIFE U.K., and INSULAR Home Credit to discuss and recommend financial protection solutions as a way to secure and control one's financial future. When talking about finances, every employee, regardless of age and status should be well-informed and educated, likewise, it is never too early nor too late to improve and achieve financial wellness.

The seminar is scheduled on 16 July 2014, Wednesday, 8:00am to 11:30am at the FHP Function Room, CM Recto Hall. Please contact Ms. Raquel C. Inciong at local 210 for SIGN-UP on or before 9 July 2014, Wednesday.

Thank you very much.

DLSL Takes Part in the "One La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project"
More than six months after the harrowing devastation caused by one of the strongest tropical cyclones ever recorded - Typhoon Yolanda - to hit the Philippines, much are still needed to be rehabilitated to restore the normal life of the locals in Leyte - one of the provinces that was significantly affected.

De La Salle Lipa was one of the institutions that responded to the call for help in the eastern Visayas. And until now, DLSL is one with the rest of the La Salle schools under the direction of De La Salle Philippines (DLSP) in carrying out the rehabilitation plan of the Philippine Sector.

In fact, the DLSL representatives led by Vice Chancellor for Mission (VCM) Violeta Ramirez joined the DLSP team - leading the task force - headed by Sector Leader Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, with Lasallian Justice and Peace Commission National Coordinator Gladstone Cuarteros, as they flew to Tacloban City on a four-day trip to jump start the realization of the laid out plans and pledge of commitment on rebuilding the communities and classrooms of the public schools.

Upon arrival on May 13, 2014, at the Mercyville Elementary School, the teachers, pupils, and parents welcomed the delegation with open arms. This was the school assigned to DLSL to oversee and assist in the construction of the two out of the eight classrooms that were donated by the Lasallians in the country.

The Sector Leader led the signing of the Memorandum of Agreement with Brgy. Diit, Tacloban City and Brgy. Dulag, Leyte; while other intervention and worthwhile programs were conducted such as art therapy, facilitated by DLSL Integrated School (IS) Guidance Head Jojo Berana, with guidance counselors Wilmer Adajar, and Renie Fabon, and faculty member Violeta Andaleon; cooking demonstration by Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts Head Chef Shirley De Jesus; teachers' training by VCM and IS faculty member Dennis Dimaala; and games and special presentations facilitated by the Community Involvement Officers Maricel Perez,  Reanrose Dragon, Arnel Dimaano and the guidance counselors.

With the forthcoming opening of classes, DLSL likewise donated school supplies to pupils as well as teachers' kits. These items were transported via land transportation - a rented jeepney - with CIO representative Arnel Dimaano accompanying the driver on an arduous 52-hour trip going to Tacloban City.  

Mercyville Elementary School Principal Teresita Macabenta noticed how the kids were relatively receptive and participatory to their Lasallian guests, and she could not be more grateful to all the assistance and donations that they received.   

Overall, 250 pupils, 26 teachers, and 60 parents participated in the implementation of the first phase of the program. DLSP's commitment to the schools and community, in terms of rehabilitation and recovery, will run for two years.    

Trauma is still quite obvious among the residents according to the DLSL delegates as they witness kids who would often cringe in fear every time a hint of rain would envelope their community. That was the reason they designed the conclusion of every activity to be equipped with cathartic processing, especially for the young ones.

Much has to be done in order to complete the One La Salle Post-Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project,' and it would take a while for the locals to move on and realize that a bright future awaits them. But the Lasallians will make sure that they are not alone in their journey.     

Photo courtesy of Mr. Dennis Dimaala


Meet and Greet with Lasallians from Bislig
Summer season for educational institutions is not only spent on supplementary seminars and workshops, but for unwinding and recreational activities as well. For fellow Lasallians from De La Salle John Bosco College in Bislig City, Surigao Del Sur, Mindanao, it was a perfect time to go beyond their borders, and out of their comfort zone.

A total of 90 participants from DLSJBC, led by their President, Pablo Jordan, Jr., had their tour of La Salle schools in Luzon, including De La Salle Lipa on May 30, 2014.

The visitors were met by De La Salle Lipa President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. and warmly welcomed by the Brothers community composed of Br. Raffy Reyes FSC and Br. Joseph Daluz, as well as Br. Jun Estrellas FSC of the Novitiate.

It was a first visit for the majority of the group so the Marketing Communications Department personnel, led by its Manager, Malou Malaluan, toured them around the campus.

Despite the sizzling temperature, it was never a deterring factor that kept the group from enjoying the rare visit.




MAY 27, 2014 - ONLINE VIEWING, CLEARANCE & RELEASE OF GRADES

MAY 27, 2014


ONLINE VIEWING, CLEARANCE &  RELEASE OF GRADES


(this was previously scheduled on May 26, however, due to General Assembly of all NANT and ANT Employees called by the Human Resource Department, it was re-scheduled)







 


CLEARANCE /GRADES ISSUANCE for Summer of AY 2013-2014


& ENROLLMENT for the 1st SEM  of AY 2014-2015


 








Log in at http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/  to view your grades; use Internet Explorer in accessing the portal. To secure printed copy of your grades proceed to your assigned COMPUTER LABORATORY below:


 

















LAST NAME OF STUDENTS


Computer Laboratory


AALA - DY


MB 409


EBITE - MEJICO


MB 509


MENDOZA - ZOLETA


MB 510


 


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


 


a.     STUDENT SERVICES


b.    REGISTRARS OFFICE


c.     ACCOUNTING OFFICE


 


IMPORTANT REMINDERS





  1. Make sure that you have a copy of your grades Issued by the OCR. This copy of grades will be presented to the ocr during THE RELEASE OF YOUR OFFICIAL ENROLLMENT & ASSESSMENT fORMS (oEAF). yOU WILL ALSO BE REQUIRED TO PRESENT YOUR SIGNED/APPROVED PRE-ENROLLMENT FORMS


  2. ENROLLMENT OF DISMISSED STUDENTS WILL BE CANCELLED AUTOMATICALLY EVEN IF PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE ALREADY

 


 








 


ADJUSTMENT PERIOD FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE FAILURES WHO WILL NEED TO ADJUST ENCODED SUBJECTS IN THE STUDENT PORTAL DUE TO CONCERNS ON PRE-REQUISITES:


 


                    


   MAY 27, 2014


 


   SCHEDULE of adjustment


 











DATE


YEAR LEVEL


May 27 @ 6pm to May 28, 2014


ALL YEAR LEVELS


 


 


    VENUE ANY COMPUTER OUTSIDE DE LA SALLE LIPA WITH


    INTERNET ACCESS or at the dlsl computer


    mb 308 & mb 309 COMPUTER LABORATORIES:


 











DATE


YEAR LEVEL


May 27 @  9 am 5:00 pm only


ALL YEAR LEVELS


 







 


ISSUANCE OF ASSESSMENT FORM


for OLD STUDENTS with SUMMER CLASSES


 








































DATE


Year Level


College


REMARKS


May 28


2nd Year


 CIHTM, CBEAM


MB Computer Laboratories


May 28


2nd Year


 CITE


May 28


2nd Year


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


May 30


3rd & 4th Year


 CBEAM


MB Computer Laboratories


June 2


3rd & 4th Year


 CIHTM


June 3


3rd to 5th Year


 CITE


June 4


3rd & 4th Year


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


 


For Shiftees and Returnees














DATE


Year Level


COLLEGE


REMARKS


Refer to the scheduled enrollment of students w/o Summer classes


ALL COLLEGES


MB Computer Laboratories


 


ENROLLMENT PROCESS:


 


1.     Present your grades for the summer of SY 2013-2014 and the approved Pre-Enrollment Form (PEF) to the Registrars staff (for scholars except Academic Scholars, you need to present your SCHOLARSHIP STATUS Clearance Form). The OCR will not ISSUE OEAF OF STUDENT WHOSE PEF is ALTERED OR WITH CORRECTIONS


1.1             Registrars staff will verify if the enlisted subjects in the OEAF are the same subjects enlisted in the approved PEF


1.1.1       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


 


1.2. The Registrars staff will issue the OEAF if the subjects in the OEAF tally with the subjects in the PEF. Secure 2 copies of your Official Enrollment and Assessment Form


 


2.     Proceed to the Accounting Office or to any of the following authorized banks: SM Bills Payment, China Bank SM Lipa, BPI at any branch nationwide, Robinsons Bank Lipa, RCBC Savings Lipa & Planters Bank Lipa for the payment of fees on scheduled dates stated above.


3.     Proceed to the Registrars Office; present Official Receipt for ID validation.


 


START OF CLASSES FOR THE 1ST SEM OF SY 2014-2015 is JUNE 10, 2014


 


Magpantay, 10th Place; DLSL, Top Performing School in Licensure Exam
The Registered Master Electrician (RME) Licensure Examination held in February 2014 proved to be a successful undertaking for De La Salle Lipa.

Gil Angelo De Castro Magpantay clinches a spot in this batch of top notchers as he ranked 10th in the recently held licensure examination.

His success is validated by the institutions rank for being the Number 1 Top Performing School nationwide with 50 or more examinees.

According to the Professional Regulation Commission, 871 out of 1,973 passed the licensure examination.

DLSL garnered 85.94% against the national passing of 44.15%; with 55 passing examinees out of 64.


The DLSL community congratulates the newest batch of Registered Master Electrician.
  1. ALDAY, CLARISSE BILOG
  2. ALDAY, RALPH ARETA
  3. AMANTE, CARLA OLIVA
  4. ANILLO, JONATHAN RAMILO
  5. ASINAS, JAY DIONA
  6. BADILLO, ANTONETTE MENDOZA
  7. BANDELARIA, KRISTOFFER LANDICHO
  8. BUENAFE, MARK JOHNRY ANGLO
  9. CALANOG, VENSON PAUL ALMEDILLA
  10. CAMELLO, MARIAN REYES
  11. CONCEPCION, JAEROLD CARINGAL
  12. CUSI, EMAR LEOMEL ROBLES
  13. DE CHAVEZ, MARY GRACE ESPINO
  14. DE LA ROSA, AREN REDERICK MOLINYAWE
  15. DIMAYACYAC, MARCO ENRICO MANTUANO
  16. DIMAPASOC, IVEER MELVIN YANZA
  17. DIVINO, MARY ANGELINE GUSTUIR
  18. EGUIA, RYAN KRISTOFER GONZALES
  19. GABRIEL, ARTURO JR. MATIC
  20. GUERRA, KRISTIA ANELIE CAMBE
  21. GUINTO, EDZEL CUEVAS
  22. HERNANDEZ, CEDRIC BULAKLAK
  23. HIZON, KYLE ERALD MARQUEZ
  24. HOSMILLO, JOHNREE DE TORRES
  25. JONSON, VINZON MIGUEL GARCIA
  26. KATIGBAK, GERARD DENVER CASTILLO
  27. LINA, JOE MARIE PAGLINAWAN
  28. LOPEZ, MARK JIM CAPACIO
  29. LUCERO, MICHELLE ANN ATIENZA
  30. LUISTRO, RALPH LUIGI MAGADIA
  31. LUMBERA, VON RALPH CORO
  32. MACARAIG, JAYMEE MACATANGAY
  33. MAGPANTAY, GIL ANGELO DE CASTRO
  34. MAGSINO, ANGELO LAROA
  35. MARASIGAN, KHRISTIAN ROI TUMAMBING
  36. MEA, MACY DE TORRES
  37. MEDRANO, JOHN ASHLEY ATIENZA
  38. MENDOZA, JOHNLERY MAGBUNSOL
  39. MENDOZA, ROY VINCENT HONRADE
  40. MENDOZA, VINCE PAOLO ADAJAR
  41. MONFERO, MICHAEL NORVIN PATRON
  42. MONTILLA, DARYL PATRICK TAMAYO
  43. MOSCA, MARIA COLEEN ALBOTRA
  44. PAA, PATRICIA MARIE HIDALGO
  45. PANGANIBAN, JEROME IAN TORIO
  46. PAWANG, NATHANIEL NICOLO DE CHAVEZ
  47. REDONDO, NEIL JAY DIMACULANGAN
  48. REYES, ARJAY REYES
  49. ROBLES, CHRISTOPHER BON OREA
  50. SALAZAR, RALPH DEXTER LUMBAN
  51. SALITA, RENILYN BRUGADA
  52. SOLIMAN, JEROME CHRISTOPHER L.
  53. SONIDO, MARY GERARDINE PAGUIO
  54. TAAMOR, BRYAN PARCO
  55. TORIO  III, LOUIE ROMULO PEREZ


MATH TEACHER (substitute)

-      BSE-Math graduate


-      Knows how to use computer (MS Word and Excel)


MATH INSTRUCTOR

-       BS Mathematics graduate


-       Preferably with Masters degree in Mathematics


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).





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

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

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






DLSL Presents Its March 2014 ECT Passers
Maintaining an unblemished record in the Electronics Technician (ECT) Licensure Examination, De La Salle Lipa is the country's 'No. 1 Top Performing School' among ECE schools with 20 or more examinees.

DLSL garnered 91.67% against the 65.12% national passing rate, with 22 out of 24 passers; corroborating its consistency of making it beyond the national passing rate from the time the ECT Licensure Examination commenced.

With a total of 1,488 examinees nationwide, 969 made it in the ECT Licensure Examination held in March 2014 in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, and Lucena.

The DLSL community presents its ECT Licensure Examination passers below.  

1. SHERRY HERNANDEZ ALDAY, ECT
2. MARIA NANETH CHLOE BULOSAN CASTRO, ECT
3. MARJORIE AQUIATAN DE VEGA, ECT
4. RICHELLE ANN DE LEON GARCIA, ECT
5. DANIELA ERIKA BEREDO INANDAN, ECT
6. ALYSSA JANE MALLARI ISANA, ECT
7. JHONAFE MIRANDA LASI, ECT
8. AERON PAUL REYES LIBRADA, ECT
9. PRECIOUS JEWELL MOSTER LIBREA, ECT
10. DENNIS ANTONIO SAYOSA LOPEZ, ECT
11. JC JOMARI MENDOZA MAGNAYE, ECT
12. SHIEM ANTHONY SUAREZ MARANAN, ECT
13. KENN ARDIE BANAAG MAYUGA, ECT
14. RICHARD BENJAMIN DE CLARO NAGUIT, ECT
15. LESTER GALVIN BALAHADIA NAVALUNA, ECT
16. JAMES CALVIN BALIOS POTOY, ECT
17. RONNEL JAY SERRANO TEJADA, ECT
18. DENMARK BAGADIONG TEVES, ECT
19. MARCEL JOSEPH ALVAREZ TOLENTINO, ECT
20. RALPH JINCO MATIBAG TORRES, ECT
21. LOUDETTE DELGADO VARGAS, ECT
22. RIZZA MAE TIQUIS VILLANUEVA, ECT


MMA Student Bags Nat'l Indie Game Development Award

What started as a hobby is now an award-winning venture.

Working on the theme, "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are", Roan Contreras, a 3rd year AB Multimedia Arts student of the College of Education, Arts and Sciences, won the 2nd place in Manila Game Jam 2014 held on January 25, 2014 at the College of St. Benilde.

Contreras single-handedly created the game, "Sight," in 48 hours. His game focused on the aesthetics of simplicity as the main character, a blind jelly fish explores different marine areas collecting fish eggs through the perspective or view of the player.

Manila Game Jam is an event that challenges students, enthusiasts and professionals to conceptualize, build and complete games in the allotted time. Games will then be posted online and can be played by anyone anywhere in the world. It is an annual competition tied up with Global Game Jam.


Meet the Newest Batch of DLSLs Engineers

The most recent Licensure Examination for Electronics Engineer held December 2013 proved to be a challenging test to DLSL's examinees. Nonetheless, the overall performance of DLSL 37.31 % emerged above the national passing rate of 34.51% considering the total passers of 1,707 out of 4,947 hopefuls.



The DLSL community congratulates its board
passers below.

 





1. ENGR. RAMSES TAHIR AGUILA
2. ENGR. KARL KENNETH DIMACULANGAN ALDAY
3. ENGR. IAN VINCENT SANDOVAL ANDAL
4. ENGR.
MIRRIAM CLAIRE REYES BRIONES
5. ENGR. PATRICK
ANTHONY CUEVAS CONSTANTINO
6. ENGR. JUDIE
ANNE PANGILINAN CUEVAS
7. ENGR. ROSALY
GOMBA DE CHAVEZ
8. ENGR. MONA
JERISA AMANSEC DORADO
9. ENGR. EMANUEL
GLENN BOMBANE EM
10. ENGR. KENT
PATRICK GUBE FERRARO
11. ENGR. SHERWIN
FAMILARAN  FIESTADA
12. ENGR. KAYCEE
KIMBERLY SANDOVAL GESMUNDO
13. ENGR.
ALYSSA JANE MALLARI ISANA
14. ENGR.
SIRACH JOHN DOMINIC BANZUELA LADERA
15. ENGR. JHONAFE
MIRANDA LASI
16. ENGR. CLARIZA
HIPOLITO LATIZA
17. ENGR.
APRIL ROCA LLANES
18. ENGR. KIT ARVIN CABRAL MEA
19. ENGR. JAHZEEL JANE ITUM PARING
20. ENGR. OMAR
MIKHAIL ILAGAN PEREZ
21. ENGR. RICHARD
CABRIDO RAMOS
22. ENGR. MARILOU
RODELAS RODELAS
23. ENGR. RONNEL
JAY SERRANO TEJADA
24. ENGR. MAX
OLIVER MALABANAN UMALI
25. ENGR.
GIRLIE ANN ASI VALERA






Mission - Vision


Deeply imbued with the fundamental principle that research is inseparable from teaching, the OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS endeavors to create a nurturing research environment for everyone involved, guided by a sense of acceptance, diversity and multi-disciplinary interactions to attain the highest level of scholarly achievement towards improvement of the quality of life.


































Mission Yolanda

by: Ms. Jo Rosos



In response to our brothers and sisters who are heavily affected by Typhoon Yolanda, Mission Yolanda has been launched. We accept cash donations until December 24, 2013. Please forward your cash donations to the Cashier's Office, IS SAO and Community Involvement Office and get your acknowledgement receipt. You may also deposit your donations at the:



Union Bank



Account Name: De La Salle Lipa Inc.



Account Number: 002720003196


MULTIMEDIA INSTRUCTOR

Qualification Standards                                                                              
-     AB Multi-media or AB Communication graduate
-     Knowledge in Design, ADOBE software
-     industry practitioner and with technical knowledge in production techniques


Mallari, licensure exam passer

The De La Salle Lipa community
congratulates Renan Mallari, college guidance counselor, for passing the
Guidance Counselor Licensure Examination held August 28 29, 2013 in Manila.  




According to the
Professional Regulation Commissions announcement, 169 out of 411 passed the
examination given by the Board of Guidance and Counseling.




Master in Management Technology Requirements & Guidelines

Downloadable Forms


About MMT



The master in
Management Technology (MMT) program is a graduate level business management
course with specialization towards technology and its applications.  The MMT program is a management program that
provides its students with the competitive edge of core management training
plus the use of technology relevant in business.  The end product is a graduate who has the
skills expected of experienced managers including familiarity and knowledge of
computers and other technologies.  Master
in Management Technology can be completed in two (2) years.  It is a student friendly program that caters
to varying work-study circumstances:



-A weekend schedule for those with full-time weekdays work.  Classes held on Saturdays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm



-Classes are held on Mondays and Fridays, 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm



 



BASIC REQUIREMENTS:



1. Properly
accomplished application form.



2. Two (2)
photocopies of college diploma. (original
must be presented
)



3. Photocopy of
Transcript of Records. (original must be presented)



4. Two (2) 2x2
recent identical colored pictures with white background (with name tag in front and signature written at the back)



5. Two (2)
photocopies of NSO certified Birth Certificate.



6. Two (2)
photocopies of NSO certified Marriage Certificate. (if married)



7.
Recommendations from the College Dean or Guidance Counselor and Immediate
Superior.



8. Admissions
and Testing Fee: Php 400.00




My year level in the printed EAF is not correct. What shall I do?
Please visit your Curriculum and Evaluation In-Charge at the assigned computer laboratories for evaluation and possible adjustment of your year level in the eWiz system.

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.

My name is not correctly encoded in the eWiz student Management System (eWiz SMS). How and where will I request for the correction of my name?
Please visit the Records Custodian, Office of the College Registrar at the Records Section-Door 2 for evaluation and clarification. Appropriate updating in the system will be made upon presentation of required documents.

Why cant I access the eWiz Student Portal System to enroll?
Maybe because it is not yet your enrollment schedule. Your accounts will only be activated on your scheduled date of enrollment. Please refer to the schedule of enrollment and other scheduled activities in the Academic Calendar posted at the Registrars Office Services link found at www.dlsl.edu.ph

Mobile Lab



Mabini Building Class Room



Mabini Building Computer Laboratory



Mabini Building Auditorium



Mission-Vision

Mission Statement


"To be a sign of faith as an excellent educational institution, sharing in the Lasallian mission of teaching minds, touching hearts and transforming lives."




Sign of Faith


We, as members of the DLSL community, are living proofs of man's closeness with God and deep spirituality. One of the Lasallian values which is fundamental to our Lasallian identity is the spirit of faith. Thus, quoting from the article "Foundational Principles of Lasallian Formation" (Guiding Principles of the Philippine Lasallian Family - Published by the Philippine Lasallian Family 2005):



The spirit of faith flows from a relationship of communion with the Triune God who wills to save all people by drawing them into a life-giving communion with Him and with one another. In the Lasallian tradition, the spirit of faith is a spirit that allows one to:



  • Discover God's active presence in His Word, in men and women, in the poor, in nature, in history and in ourselves;

  • Judge and evaluate things in the light of the gospel;

  • Search for God's will in order to carry out His saving plan;

  • Unite one's actions to the ongoing saving action of God in the world; and

  • Trust in God's loving presence and providence when acting or discerning God's will.








The spirit of faith is a disposition of the mind and heart that (1) allows believers to interpret, judge and evaluate reality in the light of the Gospel; (2) moves and motivates them to contribute actively to the fulfillment of God's saving plan; (3) enables them to take necessary risks and act with boldness in accomplishing what is demanded by each situation, placing their trust in God's providence to guide, sustain and make fruitful their efforts.


Marketing Management


The Course


The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Marketing Management (BSBA-MM) program provides students with intensive training in business planning and how to direct the flow of services and products to clients. It aims to develop the students' analytical skills, critical thinking and creative skills.



Career Opportunities

Wholesaling and Retailing

Advertising

Market Research

Public Relations

Administrative Personnel

Human Resource

Operations Management






Management Technology


The Course


The Bachelor of Science in Management Technology (BSMT) program equips students with knowledge of current and evolving technologies and their benefits to an organization. Computers and related technologies are the primary tools for this program. The program also emphasizes the theories and principles essential to the management of an organization.



Career Opportunities

Manager

Inventory Control Special

Inventory Control Assistant

Information System Staff

Administrative Assistant

Management Trainee

Insurance Manager

Junior Supervisor

Production Staff

Purchasing Officer

Liaison Officer

Business Analyst

Inventory Control Specialist

Merchandising Manager

Retail Manager

Customer Service Manager









DLSL JD Student Makes it to Elite List
Mr Ismael T. Serrano, an incoming JD4 student at the De La Salle Lipa College of Law garnered 4th place in the Best Comment and Best Brief Competition of the Office of the Solicitor General (OSG) in the 2013 OSG Legal Internship Program. Mr. Serrano prevailed over 60 other law students from the best law schools in the country.

The OSG is the appellate counsel of the Republic of the Philippines. The "Comments" and "Briefs" are pleadings or legal documents filed before the Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court.

Here is a brief rundown of the Top 5:

BEST COMMENT
1. San Beda College
2. Univ. of San Carlos
3. Ateneo De Manila
4. DE LA SALLE LIPA
5. Far Eastern University

BEST BRIEF
1. Univ. of San Carlos
2. Ateneo De Manila
3. DLSU-FEU Consortium
4. DE LA SALLE LIPA
5. Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila

ASIAN FIESTA Dinner for Scholarship
Make a difference to the lives of the young people by attending the ASIAN FIESTA: Dinner for Scholarship.

An opportunity to enjoy an evening of fine dining with the added benefit of knowing that one is helping to send one marginalized Filipino youth to school in De La Salle Lipa's St. Br. Jaime Hilario FSC Learning Community.

Graduates and students of the Lipa Institute for the Culinary Arts (LICA) and Hotel and Restaurant Management are donating their time and services to likewise be of help, as is the Lasallian way.

This dinner for scholarship is the second joint project of Presidential Management Office (PMO) and College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM). The first one was staged last February 2011 during the Celebration of 100 Years of the Lasallian Presence in the Philippines.

For inquiry, contact Israel V. Tan or Marinette O. Lina of Presidential Management Office (PMO) at (043) 756 5555 loc 297 or

email them at ishare@dlsl.edu.ph. Live Jesus in our Hearts, Forever!

Mea, Perez 4th place in ECT Licensure Exam
De La Salle Lipa's 2013 BS ECE graduates Kit Arvin Cabral Mea, ECT and Omar Mikhail Ilagan Perez, ECT ranked fourth in the most recent Electronics Technician Licensure Examination after garnering 82%.

In the April 2013 ECT Licensure Examination, DLSL's passing rate was 39.29% against the national passing rate of 38.92% - that is, 466 out of 1,146 passed the said exam that was conducted by the Board of Electronics Engineer in the cities of Manila Baguio, Cebu, and Davao.

Below is the complete list of the ECT Licensure Examination passers:

IAN VINCENT SANDOVAL ANDAL, ECT
RODELEEN CAMPOS BAUTISTA, ECT
KRISTIAN LLANES BUNO, ECT
ROSALY GOMBA DE CHAVEZ, ECT
HARREL FONTANILLA GABI, ECT
MARK ARIES JAYLO MARQUEZ, ECT
KIT ARVIN CABRAL MEA, ECT
OMAR MIKHAIL ILAGAN PEREZ, ECT
RIELCA PYA MARQUEZ ROCIO, ECT
MAX OLIVER MALABANAN UMALI, ECT
LAWRENCE MERILLO VILLAPANDO, ECT

Memo from the Regional Director
SUBJECT OFFERINGS for 2013-2014 1st Semester
[See Details]

LIST OF STUDENTS WITH ACCOUNTABILITIES
for the 2nd SEMESTER OF SY 2012-2013
[See Details]


SUBJECT OFFERINGS AND SCHEDULES FOR 2012-2013 SUMMER
[See Details]

PRE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS / SUMMER AY 12-13 / Feb. 18, 2013
[See Details]

ENROLLMENT PROCESS FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER OF AY 2013-2014 APRIL 17 – JUNE 7, 2013
[See Details]


FRESHMEN RESERVATION & ENROLLMENT PROCESS FIRST SEMESTER OF SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014
[See Details]


List of dissolved subjects & recommended section where students can join 2nd semester of AY 2012-2013
[Download]

Make it a habit to visit the “Registrar´s Office Services” for important announcements and updates.

Mea, Perez 4th place in ECT Licensure Exam
De La Salle Lipa's 2013 BS ECE graduates Kit Arvin Cabral Mea, ECT and Omar Mikhail Ilagan Perez, ECT ranked fourth in the most recent Electronics Technician Licensure Examination after garnering 82%.

In the April 2013 ECT Licensure Examination, DLSL's passing rate was 39.29% against the national passing rate of 38.92% - that is, 466 out of 1,146 passed the said exam that was conducted by the Board of Electronics Engineer in the cities of Manila Baguio, Cebu, and Davao.

Below is the complete list of the ECT Licensure Examination passers:

IAN VINCENT SANDOVAL ANDAL, ECT
RODELEEN CAMPOS BAUTISTA, ECT
KRISTIAN LLANES BUNO, ECT
ROSALY GOMBA DE CHAVEZ, ECT
HARREL FONTANILLA GABI, ECT
MARK ARIES JAYLO MARQUEZ, ECT
KIT ARVIN CABRAL MEA, ECT
OMAR MIKHAIL ILAGAN PEREZ, ECT
RIELCA PYA MARQUEZ ROCIO, ECT
MAX OLIVER MALABANAN UMALI, ECT
LAWRENCE MERILLO VILLAPANDO, ECT