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October 2017 ECE, ECT Licensure Exam Results Released
The Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) recently released the October 2017 Electronics Engineering (ECE) and Electronics Technician (ECT) licensure examinations results, October 27.

De La Salle Lipa garnered a passing percentage of 78.26% (with 36 passers out of 46) for the ECE exam and 50% for the ECT exam. The national passing rates were at 46.72% (2,235 passers out of 4,784 examinees) and 89.50% (2,916 passers out of 3,258 examinees) for ECE and ECT, respectively.

List of Passers:

Electronics Engineers

1. ENGR. ABU, KIERWIN TICATIC
2. ENGR. AGUISANDA, EMMANUEL JUSTIN GAMIAO
3. ENGR. ALANO, JEAN CARLA PEREÑA
4. ENGR. ALANO, MARNELLI JOYCE MAGNAYE
5. ENGR. ALTAMIRANO, AUDEE RAF BALMES
6. ENGR. BAUTISTA, ALEXA MARRIE BANQUERO
7. ENGR. CABUNGCAL, NIKKA CUYUGAN
8. ENGR. CAGUITLA, MC CHARLES ADONIS GARCIA
9. ENGR. CAJELO, JULIEZ NIÑA CERVANTES
10. ENGR. CARAIG, DARYLL NICOLE CUEVA
11. ENGR. CATILO, KARL ANGELO LIMLENGCO
12. ENGR. DALISAY, DENYELLE GARDIOLA
13. ENGR. DE LA PEÑA, JOHN MARLON PASIA
14. ENGR. DE LOS REYES, JOSHUA REI RAGO
15. ENGR. DEL MUNDO, MARK JOSEPH BARRION
16. ENGR. DELA LUNA, MIKEE ESPIRITU
17. ENGR. DIMAANO, HADRIAN JAUCIAN
18. ENGR. ESTACIO, JAZZMYCKA DANIELLE CALEBARA
19. ENGR. HERNANDEZ, CHRIS ANGELO BUNYI
20. ENGR. HERNANDEZ, SHERALDYN VIEN CUENCA
21. ENGR. LINDO, PAUL JASPER GERONIMO
22. ENGR. LUMBERA, JULIUS OSIO
23. ENGR. MAGALING, ELMAR CELEMEN
24. ENGR. MALABANAN, CHRISTOPHER KEIO TRIVIÑO
25. ENGR. MANAOIS, MAIDA MENDEZ
26. ENGR. MARANAN, AARON KARLO PAGSUYUIN
27. ENGR. MENGOTE, JOSHUA MALLAPRE
28. ENGR. MINDANAO, PETER JOSHUA PANOL
29. ENGR. MOJARES, JOHN VINCENT AGUILA
30. ENGR. MORADA, JOHN PHILIP PALICPIC
31. ENGR. PAGCALIWANGAN, LEIDEL MENDOZA
32. ENGR. RAMIREZ, KIMBERLY MONTERO
33. ENGR. RAZO, DANIEL JANSEN MENDOZA
34. ENGR. REYES, IVAN DENLORD CAGUICLA
35. ENGR. VILLAROSA, CHRISTIAN PAUL DELIVA
36. ENGR. WAGAN, LUIGI PERADA

Electronics Technician

1. CARANDANG EUNICE ABRENICA, ECT




October 2017 CPA Licensure Exam Passers
36 De La Salle Lipa (DLSL) BS Accountancy graduates made it in the October 2017 Certified Public Accountant (CPA) licensure exam held last October 7, 8, 14 and 15 in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Iloilo, Cebu, Davao, Legazpi, Tacloban, Lucena, and Tuguegarao. The Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) and the Board of Accountancy released the results on November 2 or 10 working days following the exam.

DLSL garnered a passing rate of 49.32%. The national passing rate was at 30.45% with 4,511 passers out of 14,816 examinees nationwide.

List of Passers:

1    ABLAO,    KRISTINE GRACE CAPULONG
2    ACLAN,    TRIZZEL    ALVAR
3    ALAGAR, JENNIFER SUMIRAN
4    AUSTRIA, RICA DIANE GONZALES
5    BABLES, RICA NEBRES
6    BANAYAT, CHARIS JANE DE ADE
7    CABIO, ALYSSA LOVELY    PEREZ
8    CALINGASAN, NOREEN FATIMA MATIBAG
9    CANTUBA, CARLA KATIMBANG
10    CHENG,    CIARA CATHERINE DIMAAPI
11    DE CASTRO, JONNA RIVERA
12    FONTANILLA, ABEGAIL RURAL
13    GONZALES, JOYCE ANN AGUILA
14    GUTIERREZ, PRINCESS ANGELICA SEBOLINO
15    ILAGAN, DARLENE JOY MAGPANTAY
16    ILAGAN, RYAN PALACIO
17    KATIGBAK, ABEGAIL MANALO
18    LACORTE, ANGELICA PESTAÑO
19    LEYNES, JULIE ANN LAYLO
20    MAGUNDAYAO,     LEA JOYCE SARMIENTO
21    MANALO, MA. VALERIE GONZALES
22    MANCOL, ROMALYN MARALIT
23    MEDALLA, KIM JOSHUA CASTILLO
24    MENDOZA, BABY GEL HERNANDEZ
25    NATIVIDAD, LESLIE ANN VALENCIA
26    NUEVO,    PAUL JOSEPH CARANDANG
27    REYES, DIANE PATRICIA ALFONSO
28    REYES, KENNETH ANDREW GIMENEZ
29    RIZARO, LADY RIZZA ABRENICA
30    SANGALANG, LIZ ARIANNE LUCEÑA
31    SARMIENTO, MARIE SHANTELLE    ATIENZA
32    SEMANA, MARIA LUISA AQUILES
33    SUIZO, CATHREEZE MARIE DESPUEZ
34    TAGUAS, GIZELLE MITAS
35    TUBIGAN, JAN HERALDACE HERNANDEZ
36    YABUT, JUSTIN CEDRIC VILLANUEVA





BRAFE Golf 12: One Big Shot for Education
October 2, 2017 marked the BRAFE GOLF 12, an annual golf tournament for the benefit of the Foundation for Sharing Lasallian Education (FSLE). This foundation aims to play golf for education since 2006 through the initiative of the benevolent Lasallian Brother, Br. Rafael "Brafe" Donato FSC (). This year's competition was held at the Eagle Ridge Golf and Country Club located at General Trias, Cavite. It was a successful tournament with 127 golfers who supported and joined the BRAFE core group to raise funds for the education of the FSLE scholars.

The registration started at 6:00 in the morning. Most of the golfers have registered already prior to the day of the competition, while some registered on the day itself. Upon arriving, they were welcomed at the main clubhouse where they dropped their tickets for the raffle and claimed their giveaways.

At around 1:20 in the afternoon, the golfers returned to the main clubhouse to have their lunch and prepare for the awarding ceremony. After the festive banquet, the program started with a prayer led by Br. Jun Estrellas FSC followed by the awarding of the winners of the raffle.

Afterwards, the head of the day's event, Mr. Roy Pena, gave a short message, followed by Mr. Albert Garcia giving another message and presenting the current beneficiaries of FSLE specifically BRAFE scholars. On stage, Br. Jun Estrellas FSC received the half a million donation from the BRAFE core group. This was followed by Mr. Arvin Mantuano's sharing of his experiences as a BRAFE scholar.

The program continued with the awarding of the major raffle prizes from the generous sponsors. Trophies and prizes were also granted to various divisions: Mens Division, Senior's Division, Super Seniors Division, Ladies Division and the Championship Division. The program ended with the singing of the Alma Mater Song.

In the end, everyone went home with a smile on their faces. The golfers had a great time playing the sport as well as helping those who deserve a Lasallian education. The core group and the scholars are truly grateful to those who made the event possible.


Lasallian Brothers Memorial Day Held at DLSL
Over 150 Lasallian Brothers, Partners, and special guests participated in the annual Lasallian Brothers Memorial Day, Oct. 1, 2017 at De La Salle Lipa (DLSL).

In remembrance of departed Lasallian Brothers and Partners, this occasion is held every year at DLSL – where the Novitiate and Memorial Cloister are located.

The day began with a Memorial Mass at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle. Fr. Leonido Dolor, former chaplain of DLSL, celebrated the mass, while Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, Auxiliary Visitor, Lasallian East Asia District, delivered a message on behalf of Br. Edmundo Fernandez FSC, Visitor, Lasallian East Asia District. Blessing Rites followed at the Memorial Cloister, where attendees lighted candles while they prayed and sang psalms.  




DLSL to Host First Alumni Federation's Int'l Assembly
On its inaugural get together, the Federation of La Salle Alumni Associations of the Philippines will hold a grand assembly dubbed "1st One La Salle Alumni Congress: Animo Ala eh, Ano ga areh," to be hosted by De La Salle Lipa Alumni Association, Inc. (DLSLAAI), at De La Salle Lipa on June 16 - 18, 2017.

The De La Salle Community wishes to promote and strengthen the Lasallian values by tracing its roots through a series of lectures and activities that would aid different alumni associations with planning strategies in building a better and stronger community.

This worldwide gathering is expected to bring together Lasallian communities from the Philippines, as well as international delegates coming from Pakistan, Japan, Singapore, Korea and Canada.

For inquiries, please contact the DLSLAAI Office at (043) 756-555 local 283, while details of the event are also available on Facebook through this link https://www.facebook.com/1st-One-La-Salle-Alumni-Congress/.




Student Leader Ranks Second in Nat'l Search for Jose Rizal Model Student
Out of 146 hopefuls who vied for the top ten spots, graduating Management Technology student, King Martin U. Agoncillo, 20, placed second in the 29th Annual Search for the Ten Outstanding Jose Rizal Model Student of the Philippines 2016.

The young Lasallian who is currently the president of the Association of Integrated Management Technology Students is no stranger to major awards and recognition. He topped the Outstanding Junior College Students of De La Salle Lipa 2016, adjudged champion in the project proposal competition in September 2015 in Baguio, and second place in the on-the-spot essay writing national competition regarding "youth's vote as a weapon of change," right before the presidential election in 2016. He has also held positions in other college organizations such Student Government program coordinator in second year and as president of the Honor Society in third year.

These accomplishments of Agoncillo certainly met the criteria set by the organizer, Knights of Rizal, whose quest is to give due recognition to students "who best epitomize the Rizalian qualities of academic excellence and leadership in campus and community activities, thereby serving as role models to the youth."

Agoncillo, running for magna cum laude, was conferred with the title on December 30, 2016 at the Knights of Rizal Headquarters, Port Area, Manila.



October 2016 | Volume XIV Issue No. 3

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

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

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

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






ORP releases third issue of Integrated School research journal
The third research journal of the Integrated School (IS) was released last June 2016.

Out of twenty-seven (27) full papers that were completed by the Integrated School faculty and librarian for SY 2015-2016, seven (7) were included in the IS research journal after undergoing peer review process.

The paper  "Leadership Styles of De La Salle Lipa Middle Level Administrators" written by Ms. Haidee M. Angeles investigated the leadership style of 30 middle level administrators of De La Salle Lipa and found out that most of the administrators used transformational style of leadership.

Mr. Wenifredo Angeles' paper, "Social Loafing in the High School Classroom" looked into the state of social loafing phenomenon in the classroom and identified appropriate strategy to address this problem. The findings revealed that the social loafing - reducing strategies include: 1) making groups smaller, 2) using peer evaluation instrument, 3) combining individual and group grading, 4) distributing different talent/skills in different group and 5) executing close supervision of group work activities.

To determine the difference in reading comprehension performance of grade 6 pupils in Social Studies using the first and second language, Ms. Rosalinda D. Cornejo studied the "Reading Comprehension Performance of Grade 6 in Social Studies using Informative Text in Filipino (L1) and English (L2)". Results of the research showed that there’s no significant difference in the comprehension of grade 6 pupils using either the first or the second language.

Economics teacher, Ms. Eva G. Jonson focused on "Enhancing the Interpersonal Skills of Grade 10 Students in Economics Class through Structured Cooperative Works". Her paper aimed to enhance the interpersonal skills of Grade 10 students through structured cooperative activities. It was found out that the students have mastery in the use of leadership skills, trust building skills and turn taking skills but are not yet accustomed in decision making skills and active listening skills. Based on the result, the researcher was able to develop different cooperative works that will improve the students' interpersonal skills.

Two researches were written in Filipino by Ms. Rizza R. Limbo and Ms. Leah Sebuc entitled "Mga Hamon sa Pangkatang Gawain sa Filipino 5: Rekomendasyon sa Pagpapaunlad ng Output sa Asignatura"  and "Ebalwasyon ng Pluma sa Pagsulat sa Pagpapaunlad ng Kasanayan  ng mga Mag-aaral sa Ikaanim na Baitang" respectively. Their papers' summaries are as follows:

"Tinalakay sa papel ni Ms. Limbo ang mga suliranin sa pagsasagawa ng pangkatang gawain sa Filpino 5. Mula sa pag-aaral, lumabas na ang pangunahing suliranin  sa pagsasagawa ng pangkatang gawain ay  ang pagkakaroon ng kampihan sa loob ng grupo. Mula sa natuklasang suliranin nabuo ang sumusunod na mga rekomendasyon: pagkakaroon ng indibidwal na rubric para sa bawat miyembro, pagtatalaga ng guro ng mga gawaing dapat gawin ng miyembro, pagkakaroon ng iba’t ibang miyembro sa bawat pangkatang gawain at pagkakaroon ng ebalwasyon sa bawat pangkatang gawain."

"Samantala ang papel ni Ms. Sebuc ay nakatuon sa ebalwasyon ng programang PLUMA sa pagsulat ng mga mag-aaral. Nagkaroon ng pagsusuri ng mga sulatin ng mga mag-aaral sa ikaanim  na baitang upang matukoy ang mga kasanayan sa pagsulat na mahina ang mga mag-aaral. Mula sa mga natukoy na kasanayang dapat linangin nagkaroon ng interbensyon sa pamamagitan ng programang PLUMA at mula rito ay natuklasang naging epektibo ang programa sa paglinang ng kasanayan sa pagsulat ng mga mag-aaral."

Ms. Analiza A. Frane, Integrated School librarian, studied the "Reading Profile and Motivation of DLSL Grade 7 Students". Her study determined the reading preferences in English of DLSL Grade 7 students, the motivating factor in reading English materials. The research found out that 33.8% of the total 340 Grade 7 students is medium-heavy readers and that they have high motivation in reading.

Supervised by the Office of Research and Publications, members of the 2015-2016 IS Research Journal Editorial Board are: Ms. Violeta Remo (editor in chief), Ms. Santa Embalsado (associate editor), Ms. Jaylyn Sanchez (layout and cover design artist), Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo (GS- editorial board member) and Mr. Fred Amul (HS- editorial board member).





ORP holds annual research forum for faculty and ASF
The Office of Research and Publications (ORP) spearheaded the 2016 Research Forum with the theme "Lasallian Studies and Research: A Gateway to Transformative Education".

Integrated School (IS) faculty members had their presentation on May 19 while the College faculty and Academic Services Faculty (ASF) had theirs on May 24. Present during the Integrated School’s research forum as keynote speaker was Dr. Maricar S. Samson, Associate Principal for Senior High School in DLSU -Science and Technology Center. There were 29 research outputs presented during the said activity. The researches of IS faculty focused on students’ academic performance in order to attain quality education.

The invited keynote speaker for the College and Academic Services Faculty (ASF) forum was Dr. John Addy Garcia, Dean of the College of Education DLSU, Manila. Nineteen (19) research outputs anchored on Business, Health, Safety, Security and Environment Culture and Humanities and Education and Lasallian Studies were presented by college faculty while five (5) research outputs were presented by ASF. 

Likewise, Dr. Garcia discussed with the guidance counselors current research trends and utilization of guidance office data for research while the librarians had their session on utilization of library data and trends in library services with Ms. Rhea Rowena U. Apolinario, Assistant Professor I at UP School of Library and Information Studies.
The research forum is a venue for researchers to share new knowledge and an opportunity for everyone to participate in an exchange of ideas in a scholarly passion.





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.



OJ Day: Reboot
A whole day of bonding and congenial competition highlighted, more than anything, the revival of the institutional recreational program of De La Salle Lipa dubbed, "Organized Joy Day," for its personnel. 

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

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

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

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

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

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




Organized Joy Day
Please be informed that the Organized Joy Day or "Fun Lasalyano 2016" will be on May 27, 2016, Friday at the Sentrum. With this, please be guided by the following:

  1. All partners will follow the 7:30-4:30 official time. Mass application will be done by HR however, everybody is required to time in and out thru Biometrics. Attendance will be checked for AM and PM activities by their team leaders.

  2. Everybody is required to be in playing attire (shirt, jogging pants or leggings and rubber shoes). Distribution of OJ shirts will be announced.

  3. Program of activities is as follows:
    7:00 am Registration at the Sentrum Lobby
    7:30 am Start of program followed by Zumba exercises
    8:30 am Game proper

  4. There will be ten (10) groups with color assignments and designated team leaders.

    Group NumberTeam Color AssignmentTeam Leader
    Group 1Team RedMr. Israel Tan
    Group 2Team WhiteMr. Allan Lucero
    Group 3Team BlackMr. Reinard Anog
    Group 4Team Light GreenMr. Gerald Latayan
    Group 5Team LilacMr. Hirodian Baon
    Group 6Team Dark BlueMr. Renan Kasilag
    Group 7Team PinkMr. Jasper Rodriguez
    Group 8Team Dark GreenMr. Jerome Dimaculangan
    Group 9Team Light BlueMr. Roy Dalisay
    Group 10Team GrayMr. Rafael Kalaw

    Groupings will be posted at the HRD Bulletin Board on May 25, 2016 (Wednesday). Team leaders will have a meeting on May 25, 2016, 2:00 pm at the FHP Function Room to discuss the details of the activities and mechanics of the games.

  5. Snacks and lunch will be provided. There will be three water stations at designated areas in the Sentrum. Partners are requested to bring their own water containers.

  6. Partners are reminded to keep the Sentrum clean.

Come and join Fun Lasalyano 2016!

For questions and clarifications, you may call the HRD Office at local 210. Thank you very much.

Green Chevrons Lead CALABARZON Secondary Volleyball Girls at Palaro
Out 18 competing regions in the country for the Palarong Pambansa 2016, the Green Chevrons-led Secondary Girls Volleyball CALABARZON team, managed to land first runner-up after facing the back-to-back champion, National Capital Region, at the Bicol Colleges Gymnasium, Legazpi City.

Team CALABARZON subjugated contenders from their bracket - Group D: Central Luzon, Eastern Visayas, and ARMM; while the Central Visayas and Negros Island Region were bested at the quarterfinals and semis, respectively, which gave them a chance to grab the title.

The Green Chevron members of team CALABARZON are Mary Mirgie Bautista, Jewel Hannah Ysabelle Encarnacion, Jamie Margaret Frago, Reign Lumbera, Alleiah Jan Malaluan, Janel Maraguinot - Best Setter, and Ylizyeth Justine Jazareno - Best Receiver. The team was headed by coach Regine Diego, and assisted by trainer, Raphael Guevarra, both DLSL alumni.

Palarong Pambansa 2016 covered 21 events, including four demonstration sports, while more than 200 gold medals were awarded. It ran April 10-16 and hosted for the first time by the Province of Albay under the helm of Gov. Joey Salceda.




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.

Open Source Software Applications Online Evaluation - Co-workers under VCAD
We shall be happy to hear from you in regard to your experience with our Open Source software applications. In lieu of this, please be informed that all co-workers under VCAD will receive an email on February 29, 2016 with a subject "Open Source Software Applications Online Evaluation". The email will serve as a link to accomplish the online evaluation form. We are hoping for your cooperation and support on this necessity.

Please feel free to get in touch with our Open Source Champion, Mr. Ian Generoso at ICT should you have a query.

Thank you very much!.

Green Talents Spread Christmas Spirit at SM San Pablo
On 21 November 2015, De La Salle Lipa's homegrown Green Talents shared an afternoon delight with the mall-goers of SM City San Pablo, Laguna.

It was the second time for the Lasallians to bring smile and delight to the viewers but they made it extra special by spreading the spirit of Christmas by performing the season's well-known songs with dance numbers.

All the Green Talents' hardwork paid off as the crowd cheered and applauded the performances tirelessly; clearly appreciating the talents before them without doubt and reservation.

The institution is grateful for the following performers for unselfishly sharing their talents: Cai Anillo, Jet Marcus Marasigan, Trizia de Guzman, Precious Maghinay, Zharina de Castro, Jaymee Nicole Julayco, Micah Gonzales, Daphne Alpedes, Darius Matibag, Adee Alcantara, Rachel Dimaculangan, Emmanuel Ong, Jr, Carmi Ariola, Diego Barrios, Aedel Caraan, Aubrey Caraan, Sally de Jesus, Via Mojado, Sendhara Trillanes, Redspot Crew, Integrated School Modern Dance Club, Danzcom PEP Squad, and the Salindayaw Dance Company.





DLSL Launches WMI
On December 12, 2015, De La Salle Lipa launched one of its newest academic units - the Wellness Management Institute or WMI featuring the programs, Holistic Massage and Spa Management.

The well-attended event gathered people from the wellness industry, entrepreneurs, alumni, media, partners, administrators, and employees. The Batangas Province Governor, Vilma Santos-Recto, Batangas Province Vice-Governor, Mark Leviste, and Lipa City Vice-Mayor, Eric Africa, were also on hand to express their support to the new programs which intend to open its doors of vast opportunities in terms of better career, both here and abroad; and the offer to learn the management side of the spa business for those with existing or planning to venture in similar industry.

It was also the perfect time to present and bless the newest facility - the Coco Spa - the spa laboratory of the students for simulation exercises following the global standards of luxurious resorts and hotels, as the courses are patterned from the UK-based curriculum

For inquiries regarding the new programs, please get in touch with Ms. Reanrose Dragon at landline number (043) 756-5555, local 270, or e-mail wellness@dlsl.edu.ph.




One La Salle Yolanda Mission: Accomplished
Nearly two years after the distractive super typhoon Yolanda left the badly beaten affected areas in the country in November 2013, the One La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project (OLSYRRP) initiative headed by De La Salle Philippines, in coordination with its members schools, continues its commitment in the full implementation of the programs that greatly benefited the adopted communities in the Visayas, specifically, Tacloban and Dulag, Leyte, and Guiuan, Easter Samar.

In two separate trips, the DLSL delegation, along with other representatives from the rest of the lead schools, re-visited the residents to deliver more goods and good news.

On April 21-26, the DLSL team composed of Vice Chancellor for Mission Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez, Ms. Judith U. Alcaraz CIO, Mr. Arnel Dimaano CIO, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano IS, Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo IS, Mr. Richard Merano ILFO, and Mr. Mignodel Morales NSTP Faculty, led several worthwhile activities that helped enrich the skills, knowledge, and spirituality of the locals.

A district-wide teachers training was conducted in two days in District 4, held in Tigbao-Diit, Elementary School, with resource speakers: Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo Reading Techniques and Strategies, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano Assessment tools & Evaluation, and Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez Classroom Management.

A first aid training and disaster management seminar were both facilitated by Mr. Mignodel Morales attended by the Barangay Council, BHW and Barangay Tanod of Brgy. 99 Diit, Tacloban City.

Mr. Richard Merano took charge of the spiritual formation of the Grades 5 and 6 pupils of Mercyville Elementary School, while Mr. Arnel Dimaano conducted a seminar on drug awareness participated in by youths of the community.

On April 25 and 26, the turn-over ceremony and the blessing of the new classrooms took place at Trinidad Elementary School, Guiuan, Easter Samar, Mercyville Elementary School, Brgy. 99-Diit Tacloban City, and San Miguel Elementary School, Dulag Leyte. The much anticipated event was led by Sector Leader and DLSP President, Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. and Br. Michael Broughton FSC.

The next trip of the team was on May 21 23, composed of Ms. Violeta Ramirez, Ms. Judith Alcaraz, Ms. Reanrose Dragon, Mr. Arnel Dimaano, Ms. Michelle Lalunio, Mr. Alberto Jose Torreja HSI, and Mr. Julio Emmanuel Goce HSI.

A medical mission including physical, dental and pediatric check-up, ECG, and circumcision, was led by volunteer doctors from De La Salle Health and Science Institute, with the support and assistance from DLSP and De La Salle University Science and Technology Center delegations, benefiting 633 residents.  

In addition, prior to the opening of the classes, school supplies were distributed to the pupils of Mercyville Elementary School.

And since access to education is of primary concern, a scholarship grant was bestowed to two members of the community - Philip Canoy and Renier Polio taking up BS Entrepreneurship and BS Education, respectively, at the Eastern Visayas State University, funded by the Yolanda depository.

The OLSYRRP will continue its mission and shall complete its program by 2016. This is a testament that working together and by association, the Lasallians could reach out beyond the borders of the schools and assist the devastated communities to restore their hope, life and dignity.



One La Salle Yolanda Mission: Accomplished

Nearly two years after the distractive super typhoon Yolanda
left the badly beaten affected areas in the country in November 2013, the One
La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project (OLSYRRP) initiative
headed by De La Salle Philippines, in coordination with its members schools,
continues its commitment in the full implementation of the programs that
greatly benefited the adopted communities in the Visayas, specifically,
Tacloban and Dulag, Leyte, and Guiuan, Easter Samar.



In two separate trips, the DLSL delegation, along with other
representatives from the rest of the lead schools, re-visited the residents to
deliver more goods and good news.



On April 21-26, the DLSL team composed of Vice Chancellor
for Mission Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez, Ms. Judith U. Alcaraz CIO, Mr. Arnel
Dimaano CIO, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano
IS, Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo IS, Mr. Richard Merano ILFO, and Mr. Mignodel
Morales NSTP Faculty, led several worthwhile activities that helped enrich
the skills, knowledge, and spirituality of the locals.



A district-wide teachers training was conducted in two days
in District 4, held in Tigbao-Diit, Elementary School, with resource speakers:
Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo Reading Techniques and Strategies, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano Assessment tools &
Evaluation, and Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez Classroom Management.



A first aid training and disaster management seminar were
both facilitated by Mr. Mignodel Morales attended by the Barangay Council, BHW
and Barangay Tanod of Brgy. 99 Diit, Tacloban City.



Mr. Richard Merano took charge of the spiritual formation of
the Grades 5 and 6 pupils of Mercyville
Elementary School
, while
Mr. Arnel Dimaano conducted a seminar on drug awareness participated in by
youths of the community. 



On April 25 and 26, the turn-over ceremony and the blessing
of the new classrooms took place at Trinidad
Elementary School, Guiuan, Easter
Samar, Mercyville
Elementary School
, Brgy.
99-Diit Tacloban City, and San Miguel Elementary School,
Dulag Leyte. The much anticipated event was led by Sector Leader and DLSP
President, Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin
Martinez FSC, D. Min. and Br. Michael Broughton FSC.

The next trip of the team was on May 21 23, composed of
Ms. Violeta Ramirez, Ms. Judith Alcaraz, Ms. Reanrose Dragon, Mr. Arnel
Dimaano, Ms. Michelle Lalunio, Mr. Alberto Jose Torreja HSI, and Mr. Julio
Emmanuel Goce HSI.



A medical mission including physical, dental and pediatric
check-up, ECG, and circumcision, was led by volunteer doctors from De La Salle
Health and Science Institute, with the support and assistance from DLSP and
De La Salle University Science and Technology Center delegations, benefiting
633 residents.   



In addition, prior to the opening of the classes, school
supplies were distributed to the pupils of Mercyville Elementary
School
.



And since access to education is of primary concern, a
scholarship grant was bestowed to two members of the community - Philip Canoy
and Renier Polio taking up BS Entrepreneurship and BS Education, respectively,
at the Eastern Visayas State
University
, funded by the
Yolanda depository. 



The OLSYRRP will continue its mission and shall complete its program by
2016. This is a testament that working together and by association, the
Lasallians could reach out beyond the borders of the schools and assist the
devastated communities to restore their hope, life and dignity.


One La Salle Yolanda Mission: Accomplished

Nearly two years after the distractive super typhoon Yolanda
left the badly beaten affected areas in the country in November 2013, the One
La Salle Yolanda Rehabilitation and Recovery Project (OLSYRRP) initiative headed
by De La Salle Philippines, in coordination with its members schools, continues
its commitment in the full implementation of the programs that greatly
benefited the adopted communities in the Visayas, specifically, Tacloban and
Dulag, Leyte, and Guiuan, Easter Samar.



In two separate trips, the DLSL delegation, along with other
representatives from the rest of the lead schools, re-visited the residents to
deliver more goods and good news.



On April 21-26, the DLSL team composed of Vice Chancellor
for Mission Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez, Ms. Judith U. Alcaraz CIO, Mr. Arnel
Dimaano CIO, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano
IS, Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo IS, Mr. Richard Merano ILFO, and Mr. Mignodel
Morales NSTP Faculty, led several worthwhile activities that helped enrich
the skills, knowledge, and spirituality of the locals.



A district-wide teachers training was conducted in two days
in District 4, held in Tigbao-Diit, Elementary School, with resource speakers:
Ms. Rosalinda Cornejo Reading Techniques and Strategies, Ms. Mayolisa Mantuano Assessment tools &
Evaluation, and Ms. Violeta D. Ramirez Classroom Management.



A first aid training and disaster management seminar were
both facilitated by Mr. Mignodel Morales attended by the Barangay Council, BHW
and Barangay Tanod of Brgy. 99 Diit, Tacloban City.



Mr. Richard Merano took charge of the spiritual formation of
the Grades 5 and 6 pupils of Mercyville
Elementary School
, while
Mr. Arnel Dimaano conducted a seminar on drug awareness participated in by youths
of the community. 



On April 25 and 26, the turn-over ceremony and the blessing
of the new classrooms took place at Trinidad
Elementary School, Guiuan, Easter
Samar, Mercyville
Elementary School
, Brgy.
99-Diit Tacloban City, and San Miguel Elementary School,
Dulag Leyte. The much anticipated event was led by Sector Leader and DLSP
President, Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC, DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin
Martinez FSC, D. Min. and Br. Michael.



The next trip of the team was on May 21 23, composed of
Ms. Violeta Ramirez, Ms. Judith Alcaraz, Ms. Reanrose Dragon, Mr. Arnel
Dimaano, Ms. Michelle Lalunio, Mr. Alberto Jose Torreja HSI, and Mr. Julio
Emmanuel Goce HSI.



A medical mission including physical, dental and pediatric
check-up, ECG, and circumcision, was led by volunteer doctors from De La Salle
Health and Science Institute, with the support and assistance from DLSP and
De La Salle University Science and Technology Center delegations, benefiting
633 residents.   



In addition, prior to the opening of the classes, school
supplies were distributed to the pupils of Mercyville Elementary
School
.



And since access to education is of primary concern, a
scholarship grant was bestowed to two members of the community - Philip Canoy
and Renier Polio taking up BS Entrepreneurship and BS Education, respectively,
at the Eastern Visayas State
University
, funded by the
Yolanda depository. 



The OLSYRRP will continue its mission and shall complete its program by
2016. This is a testament that working together and by association, the
Lasallians could reach out beyond the borders of the schools and assist the
devastated communities to restore their hope, life and dignity.


De La Salle Lipa Brother's Community House
On June 14, 2015, the De La Salle Lipa Brother's Community House will be blessed by Cardinal Gaudencio Rosales, one of the original chaplains of the Brother's Community in 1962. Indeed, like all new structures in the school, the Brother's Community house is indeed a better place for the Brothers to pray, rest, re-create and reflect on their mission. Thank you for the school community that has made this possible!

We request that our community recognize and respect this area as separate and distinct from the rest of the school because it is a residence, thus, visitors, and employees are called to refrain from entering the area (starting at the driveway) unless specifically invited by the Brothers or by their guests who seek prior permission from the Brothers.

Thank you very much!

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.



Orientation Schedule of Newly Accepted Non Academic Scholars

Please be advised that newly
accepted non academic scholars orientation is rescheduled on 
April 13, 2015,at 12:30 pm
at the Sen. Diokno Auditorium.


OVCAd Team Building
Please be informed that all personnel under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration will be having a Team Building on April 10, 2015. All offices under the OVCAD (GSD, CPD, HRD, and ICTC) will be closed on the said date.

For your information and guidance. Thank you.

DLSL's DOST Youth Excellence Awardees for 2015
One could attest how the Integrated School's Math Varsity team has had a successful school year as the group holds an unparalleled record in their department in terms of awards and citation, since the group was established. And to cap their most fruitful year by far, the Department of Science and Technology (DOST), through the Science Education Institute, has bestowed distinguished awards to select varsity members who have triumphantly graced the international competitions.

This year's awardees are: GERARD ELMER ILAGAN, Grade 5, gold medalist (Outstanding Award) in CHONG HUA CUP Creative Mathematics Competition, silver medalist in the Star of the Math Olympic, Hong Kong, July 18 -22, 2014 and bronze medalist in the 2014 Asian Science and Mathematics Olympiad for Primary Schools (ASMOPS), SERANG, BANTEN, Indonesia, November 9-14, 2015; ANGELO VINCE PEREZ, Grade 6, gold medalist in both Individual and Team Categories in the 2014 China I love Math Summer Camp for Primary School Student, China, July 26-29, 2014 and bronze medalist in 2014 International Mathematics and Science Olympiad (IMSO), Bali, Indonesia, October 5-10, 2014; ALEX ANTHONY ANDAL, Grade 3, silver medalist in the PAN Pacific Math Competition in Asia and bronze medalist in the 2014 Search for King of Math, Hong Kong, June 28- July 1, 2014; PAOLO MIGUEL TORRES, Grade 5, bronze medalist, KATHLEEN KATE SUAREZ, Grade 10, silver medalist, and JAN VER DOMINIC EDRA, Grade 10, bronze medalist in the 2014 International Mathematics Competition (IMC), Singapore, August 1-4, 2014; and ALEXANDER BENEDICT BULLOSO, Grade 3, bronze medalist in the 2014 World Mathematical Invitational (WMI), Kaohsiung, Taiwan, August 9-14, 2014. 

De La Salle Lipa's recipients of this year's Youth Excellence in Science and Mathematics Awards (YES) were among the 44 awardees from the Region IV-A CALABARZON, who were conferred on March 24, 2015 at the DOST office in Los Banos, for winning gold, silver and bronze medals in DOST-SEI recognized international Science and Math Contests.

From three students to seven, DLSL more than doubled the number of awardees this year. This would also serve as a back-to-back citation to Perez who was previously recognized for the same effort, together with Gerald Pagcaliwagan, Grade 3 and former student Vincent Angelo Suarez.

The Math wiz team was accompanied by their beaming parents and mentors Edith Mendoza, Sheila Manalo, and Dennis Dimaala. Both groups have resiliently served as the young Lasallians' main support and the ones who have helped them get though each and every challenge that they have victoriously conquered.

The DLSL community looks up to them for being the living testament to the institution's tagline that "Great Beginnings Start Here."



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.

Lasallians Land Spots in Most Outstanding Finance Students
On January 24, two students from De La Salle Lipa, namely, Melanie L. Anis and Meriam M. Canero, both senior students taking up BSBA - Financial Management, were among the selected students after the nationwide search for the third Most Outstanding Finance Students of the Philippines. Anis made it to Top 5 while Canero was in the top 15.

At the onset of the competition, 30 applicants were selected. They were required to take two qualifying exams until they were down to 15 and advanced to the last round - the interview. Out of the 15 finalists, 10 were chosen.

Business Administration Department Chair, Nerissa O. Lucasia, served as their mentor and Robert Malabao, the JFINEX President, also played a significant role in their success, while the organization's Finance Manager, Carla Rea, also provided support for the school's representatives.

The recognition of both Anis and Canero brought honor to De La Salle Lipa as they owe their success to their mentor, alma mater, JFINEX - the organization's officers and members.

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.





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

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

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

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

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

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

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




ORP sends deans, director to international conferences
Being the leaders of the college, deans were sent to international conferences sponsored by the Office of Research and Publication.

Dean Joy Zapata of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) along with Research Director Gina Dimaano attended the Joint Conference on Sustainable Tourism and Hospitality in Asia and Conference on Social Responsibility in Asia. The said conference was held in Hiroshima, Japan last October 29-31. Chair of the Tourism Department, Andrenelyn Varona presented her paper "Understanding Local Residents Perceptions Towards Tourism Development and Sustainability of San Juan, Batangas."

Dean Tessie Palma of the College of Education Arts and Sciences participated in the UNESCO-APEID Conference 2014 held in Bangkok, Thailand last October 29-31.

Dean Lani Garachico accompanied two faculty members of the College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management (CBEAM) to the Third International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Business Management (ICEBM) held in Penang Malaysia, November 6-7.

Dr. Edgar Allan Castro, Chair of the Business Entrepreneurship and Management Technology (BEM) presented his paper "Behavioral Intent towards Socio-Environment and Financial Economic Wellness of Freshmen and Senior Students of Business Programs of an HEI in the Philippines" in ICBM. Ms.Wilfreda Dimaano, faculty member of CBEAM was also present during the third ICBM where she shared her paper "Practicum Performance of Financial Management Students as Perceived by the Industry Partners."

With the attendance of the deans to different international conferences, it is expected that the research outputs of their respective colleges will increase since they are the ones to communicate to the teachers what the atmosphere is like in presenting a paper to an international audience.





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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




LICA Holds 9th Jacketing Ceremony
On its ninth year, the Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts (LICA) held its Jacketing Ceremony on November 5, 2014 at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle.

LICA Head Chef Shirley De Jesus presented with pride the 31 students of batch nine who were eligible to participate in the ceremony, following the Holy Eucharist celebrated by Fr. Eusebio Bubot E. Hernandez.
De La Salle Lipa President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., affirmed the strength of the program which features a hands on experience, applying theory in a practical and industry-responsive manner. The Brother President shared his advice to the students to be patient, understanding, and hardworking as they embark on their journey to attain success, coupled with the Lasallian hallmarks of faith, service, and communion in mission.

In the closing remarks of CIHTM Dean, Joy Zapata, she congratulated the budding chefs for making it to the event, which is one of the highlights in their upcoming careers as one of the most sought-after master chefs of their time. Thus, she reminded them of the great responsibility on their shoulders and extended her well wishes not only to the students, but to their parents/guardians as well.

The DLSL community congratulates the following LICA students on their new achievement: Angelli O. Albufera, Ma. Lizell T. Balahadia, Kevin Ray M. Buenaobra, Marc Ivan James G. De Claro, Judieh M. Dimaano, Joed B. Evangelio, Jose Moris V. Hernandez, Jayson P. Lagramada, Josephine O. Macalalad, Clarence Alissa A. Magsino, Carlo A. Masa, Jerico Rynt L. Milan, Charles Leendon M. Parea, Abigail C. Purungganan, Mary Dele D. Resuello, Monica Claire M. Reyes, and Florence Elaine C. Villanueva (A.M. session); Joseph O. Calata, Jonathan C. Care, Freddie L. Carlos II, Jay Carlo E. Cuizon, Carl Daryl Del Mundo, Groven G. Dolor, Joseph Emmanuelle DC. Garing, Emmanuel F. Guerrero, Haeun Jang, Christian T. Lim, Paul Christian G. Mandal, Isaac D. Mayo, Young Won Mun, Earl Kristian M. Salazar, and Roy M. Silva (P.M. session).



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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.





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.





Other Income of Employees

Please be informed that effective SY 2014-2015, in addition to the salaries and wages, all other income paid to employees such as but not limited to the following will be processed as part of the semi monthly payroll.   

  • Special Exam Fee/Early Exam Fee
  •    
  • DMAP fee
  •    
  • Panelist/Adviser's fee
  •    
  • Tutorial fee
  •    
  • Coaching fee
  •    
  • Proctoring fee
  •    
  • Research (Incentive/Overload)
  •    
  • Coach Incentive
  •    
  • Thesis/Defense fee
  •    
  • EDT checking fee

This is in accordance with Sec.32 of NIRC which defines Gross income as all income derived from whatever source, including compensation for services in whatever form paid, such as fees, salaries, wages, commissions, and similar items.

Cut off periods for all requests for payment for the above fees will be the same as the existing payroll cut off.

Please be guided accordingly and contact the FRD at local 209 for further clarifications.


Thank you.


Open Trunk Policy Implementation
Please be informed that the Open Trunk / Compartment Inspection Policy will be implemented this Academic Year 2014-2015 for all vehicles including motorcycles specifically on weekends, holidays, and plant shutdowns. This is to ensure the safety and security of the whole campus as well as for all the stakeholders.

Please allow our security guards to perform the inspection.. There shall be no exception to this policy. Inspection shall also be done on departing institutional and rented vehicles regardless of destination.


Please be guided accordingly.

Orientation 102

June 3, 2014, 8:00am - 12nn
FHPD function room, 2nd floor, CM Recto Building

Employees who are required to attend:


Integrated School
Escartin, Christopher
Licaros, Jeraldyn
Harina, Monique
Bautista, Mae Bernadette
Serrano, Edna
Tapalla, Ruth
Asupre, Jenny
Racal, Maria Embelle

De La Cruz, John Louie


MCD
Boncajes, Rosmeny 

College Registrar

Maderazo, Cynthia

  
Admissions Office

Redublo, Ariane

   
General Services Department

Castillo, Erwin 

                                                                                                                                     
HRD
 Toreja, Alberto Jose

 

ICTC

Generoso, Marc Joseph Ian II
Balayantoc, Jayson 

 

IS Guidance Office

Delgado, Jervy
Baculo, Menelia Aizel

 

Sports and Culture Office

Cueto, Joyce

 

College of Law

Alzate, Rachelle Joy

 

CEAS

Ocampo, Abigail

 

CIHTM - Newly full- time

Maravilla, Patrick 
Masilungan, Marie Grace

 


Orientation 101

June 4, 2014, 9:30am - 10:30am
FHPD function room, 2nd floor, CM Recto Building

Employees who are required to attend:

                       
Integrated School
Ms. Daniella B. GutierrezGS Filipino Teacher
Ms. Erica Eyunice M. LontocHS Filipino Teacher
Ms. Mariel P. RamirezHS Filipino Teacher
Ms. Maricris I. CantosGS MAPEH Teacher
Ms. Maria Kristina Z. AbanteGS Science Teacher
Mr. Jimwell M. LacernaGS Computer Teacher
Ms. Samantha Joy M. SarmientoGS English Teacher
Ms. Anna Lourdes R. DimayugaHS English Teacher
Ms. Joanne Therese L. RoxasHS Social Science Teacher
  
CEAS    Department 
 Ms. Maha Apple C. MagnayeLaboratory Custodian
  
CITE    Department 
Engr. Marife A. RosalesCollege Part-time Faculty
  
Office of the    President 
Ms. Maricel LlamasFinance Director
Ms. Jeanne M. GutierrezAccounting Staff
 
From the Office of    the Vice Chancellor for Academics and Research
Mr. Japhet JaenOffice Assistant- IS Registrar
Ms. Myleen RamiroStaff - Registrar's Office
  
From the Office of    the Vice Chancellor for Mission
Ms.  Zephyr Love NavarroIS Guidance Counselor
Ms.  Kristine Marie MagalingIS Guidance Counselor
Ms. Geraldine    FloresCollege Guidance Counselor
Ms. Eileen VasquezCareer and Placement Coordinator
  
From the Office of    the Vice Chancellor for Administration
Mr. Reniel Jamir J. BalanquitTechnical Support Staff - ICTC
Mr. Julio Emmanuel GoceSchool Nurse
 

Organized Joy Day: DLSL's Sports, Recreation
The whole day of May 16, 2014 was spent on sports and recreation under the sun all in the name of fun and camaraderie. This proved to be another memorable occasion for the institution for gathering more than 600 employees to either experience one again or participate for the first time in the reinstated institutional program of De La Salle Lipa - Organized Joy Day - fondly themed "In Fraternity There Is Unity; Fun Lasalyano!"

Participants were divided into ten groups according to the following colors: Light Green, Lilac, Light Blue, Brown, Yellow, Dark Green, Orange, Dark Blue, Gray, and Pink; and picked their preferred game as follows: obstacle relay, tug-of-war, dodge ball, volleyball, swimming, and the cheering competition where all members of each group sang their hearts out and shouted for joy at Dalampasigan Beach Resort.

DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. took the opportunity to have fun as well under the sun and joined the employees in this rare event. He likewise commended the organizers for the not-so-easy task of handling such a big event off campus. A day after the service awardees received their plaques of appreciation, the Brother President thought that it was never too late to recognize one of the members of the Brothers' Community, Br. Ruben Caluyong FSC, who had been with DLSL for 15 years and was about to leave for a new assignment in another community.

Below is the overall standing of the groupings.
1st: Lilac
2nd: Gray
3rd: Pink
4th: Dark Blue
5th: Light Green
6th: Dark Green and Yellow
7th: Brown
8th: Orange
9th: Light Blue 

Taking ASCD Route to Learning, Teaching, Leading
On the 69th Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Annual Conference and Exhibit Show held March 15-17, 2014 at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Los Angeles, California, USA, De La Salle Lipa's President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min., Integrated School Principal Mayolisa Mantuano, and High School Asst. Principal Maria Angelica Samonte were among the attendees from around the world.

The IS principal explained that the "ASCD is a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching, and leading." She shared the highlights of this year's program which "focused on technology, leadership, common core implementation and many more. It featured more than 350 sessions and attendees were encouraged to plan their conference itinerary using Map Your Show conference planning tool."

"The conference general session speakers included education luminaries such as Sir Ken Robinson, Daniel Pink, and Russell Quaglia. There was an extensive lineup of innovative sessions necessary for the 21st century education environment and prepare each student to enjoy lifelong academic, career, and citizenship success."

An official business trip for benchmarking was also conducted in schools in San Francisco and Berkeley, California: Sacred Heart Preparatory Cathedral, St. Mary's College High School, and Justin-Siena School.

The ASCD conference aims to "provide educators with exceptional professional development experience, promote innovative and creative thinking among educators in all places of the world for optimum student learning, and to promote the success of every learner through a global community dedicated to excellence in learning, teaching and learning."   







On Entering Grantees under BPSGP

This is to inform our co-workers with children entering Nursery 2 and Kinder levels this SY 2014-2015 that old policy in awarding the grant will still be in effect this coming school year. The scholarship grants shall be awarded to each eligible applicant on an annual basis for not more than twelve (12) academic years at the basic education level, two/three (2/3) academic years at the certificate program program, and five/six (5/6) years at the  undergraduate level.


With the recent development of K-12 Program, basic education in the Integrated School covers fourteen (14) years from Nursery to Grade 12. In anticipation of this change in the education system, co-workers may decide when they will avail of the twelve-year scholarship grant in the basic education.


Any change in t he policy in the awardin of the grant will be communicated to you as soon as we have fully studied the mandated K-12 Program in SY 2016-2017.


Thank you very much.


NSTP 12th Recognition Day
On March 21, 2014 the National Service Training Program (NSTP) of the College of Education, Arts and Sciences (CEAS) hosted the 12th Recognition Day of 1,292 students who took up and were about to finish their NSTPtwo course. The event took place from 4:30 - 8:00 PM at the SENTRUM.

The Recognition Day this semester had a twist though. It was organized to be a "fun night" for students, complemented with a band and a disco atmosphere, unlike the usual formal recognition day implemented for the past semesters.

Rizaldy Luistro Jr., a graduating cum laude AB Communication student and recipient of this year's Leadership and President's Awards, graced the occasion as guest speaker. Ms. Bernadette K. Dimaculangan, NSTP Area Chairperson, presented the highlights of NSTP for school year 2013-2014. Ms. Tessie Palma, CEAS Dean, assisted the NSTP faculty members in the awarding of certificates to the class representatives and in the distribution of medals and certificates to the NSTP outstanding students selected from each NSTPtwo section.






Outcomes Based Education (OBE) for IT Education Administrators Held at DLSL
The Council of Deans of Information Technology Educators Region 4 (CODITE 4) Southern Tagalog Chapter, in partnership with the Computer Science Department of the College of Information Technology and Engineering (CITE), hosted the First Outcomes Based Education (OBE) Seminar last February 21, 2014 at the Diokno Auditorium.  The seminar, attended by IT Education administrators in the region, is a jumpstart to shift all IT programs (BS Computer Science, BS Information Technology and BS Information Systems) to outcomes based come June 2014.  

The whole-day seminar started with CODITE 4 President Dean Roselie B. Alday's welcome note.  This was immediately followed by the opening remarks by DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin S. Martinez FSC, D.Min.  In the keynote speech by Dr. Leonida S. Calagui, CHED Region IV Director, she mentioned the importance of IT education in the society.  She further stated that among the many programs HEIs offer, IT Education is changing fast and all stakeholders must be equipped to manage the changes.

The guest lecturer was De La Salle University Manila's Mr. Oliver A. Malabanan, from the IT Department and an OBE champion.  His lecture focused on the awareness of what OBE is all about.  He has given all the attendees enough information that will already consider planning for the HEI's they are administering.   He also stated the importance of top-level administrators' awareness on OBE as they will provide resources and will set the institutional objectives for the HEI's.  He has provided all attendees needed resources for one of the country's most challenging shift to a better system of higher education.

The IT Education programs of DLSL were represented by CODITE 4 Director for Batangas Mr. Mark De Vera of the Computer Science Department, Mr. Dennis Malasmas of the Information Technology Department, and Mr. Dante Chavez of the Information Systems Department.  The department chairs were accompanied by the CITE Dean Engr. Imelda Martin.

The whole day seminar ended with CODITE's discussion of their organizational matters.








CIHTM trainees bring the Filipino hospitality offshore
One of the unique programs being offered among the students of the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) is the rare opportunity to have an on-the-job-training in the United States of America.

Twenty-six students completed the first batch who came back late last year and stopped by DLSL on December 11, 2013 for a courtesy call to the President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. and the Vice-Chancellor for Academics and Research, Dr. Alicia Botardo, together with CIHTM Dean Joy Zapata, Tourism Department Chair Andrenelyn Varona, and HRM Department Chair Evangeline Necio.

Their internship ran for almost a year, with a stint of six months at two different hotels.

The trainees got a taste of the reality - working abroad along with fellow Lasallians from De La Salle-College of St. Benilde and De La Salle University-Dasmarinas.

Several properties in the US welcomed the trainees, from three stars to luxurious five-star hotels, namely Greenbrier White Sulfur Springs Resort (WV), Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort and Spa (GA), The Colony Hotel (ME), Westin Snowmass Resort (CO), Four Seasons Vail (CO), Four Seasons Palm Beach (FL), and St. Regis Aspen (CO).

This offering was launched on July 2012, in partnership with International Trainee Network based in Los Angeles, California.


 


DLSL LAW STUDENTS ATTEND EMINENT PERSON LECTURE
On November 27, 2013, Juris Doctor (JD) students of the De La Salle Lipa College of Law, together with Dean Emerito I. Enginco, attended the Eminent Person Lecture delivered by Her Excellency Dona Encarnacion Roca Trias, a Magistrate of the Constitutional Court of Spain, on the topic "Doctrinal and Jurisprudential Developments in Spanish Family Law and Succession" held at the Ateneo De Manila School of Law Auditorium, a program jointly spearheaded by the Legal Education Board, the Philippine Association of Law Schools, the Philippine Judicial Academy, and the Ateneo Law School. Attendance of our JD students to the said event was made possible by Dean Sedfrey M. Candelaria of the Ateneo Law School and a faculty member of the De La Salle Lipa College of Law. Among the legal luminaries who attended were Justice Hilarion L. Aquino, Chair of the Legal Education Board, Justice Ricardo C. Puno, Co-Chair of the Committee that drafted the Civil Code of the Philippines, former Supreme Court Chief Justice Reynato S. Puno, and Ambassador Jorge Domecq of the Spanish Embassy, among others.

ORP Director attends Lasallian Research Symposium in US
Office of Research and Publications Director, Gina M. Dimaano attended the Second Annual Symposium on Lasallian Research held at Saint Marys University Minnesota, USA, October 27-29.

Sponsored by the Institute for Lasallian Studies, Saint Marys University of Minnesota, the Lasallian Region of North America (RELAN) and the International Association of Lasallian Studies, the three-day symposium covered talks, research presentations, and workshops on Lasallian research and pedagogy, evangelization and pastoral ministry.

Participated in by more than 60 delegates from various Lasallian universities worldwide, the symposium primarily aimed to prepare common research agendas among La Salle schools through collaboration with the Lasallian educational network.

Director Dimaano presented De La Salle Lipas research activities on Food, Health and Nutrition, and Environment and Sustainability in one of the workshop sessions.

During the symposium, the proposed six metrics and targets were identified as part of IALUs research agenda. It included: "33% of IALU member institutions have research thrusts that are among those defined by IALU, one international symposium/conference every two years, USD1M of externally-funded projects involving at least 3 IALU members, USD2M scholarship fund for PhD and post-doc research on strategic themes of the IALU, three faculty exchanges per year and five joint publications per year involving at least two IALU member institutions."










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FIRST PRIZE             JAN ANDREA ROMERO (BM105)


SECOND PRIZE         PATRICK RENZ TIBAYAN ( BM201)


THIRD PRIZE            ALISSA EMPAYNADO (MM201)


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TOURISM STUDENTS EXPLORE THE LION CITY
On September 26-29, 2013, the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management (CIHTM) of DLSL, in coordination with its travel desk, organized a successful study tour in Singapore for second year BS Tourism Management Students. This three-day exceptional learning experience was designed in congruence with their World Geography and International Tourism course.

During the visit, the delegates had the opportunity to have hotel familiarization in deluxe properties such as Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands aside from the guided city tour.  Another highlight was the seminar and interesting discussions on issues, challenges and opportunities in Tourism Industry of Singapore. Similarly, the participants enjoyed not only the international buffet served in various local restaurants but also their trip to Universal Studio. 
     
After completing this educational undertaking, the students were required to submit a comprehensive evaluation report and each of them received the certificate of participation. Truly, this kind of activity deepens not only the students' understanding on global interdependence but also heightens their cultural sensitivity and appreciation.        




                   
 


OVCAD and IPMS Team Building and Lasallian Formation
To: Institutional Community

From:
Ms. Jhyn Concordia
Vice Chancellor for Administration

Re: OVCAD and IPMS Team Building and Lasallian Formation


Please be informed that all personnel under the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration and the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be having a Team Building and Lasallian Formation on November 29, 2013.

The IPMS and all offices under the OVCAD (GSD, CPD, HRD and ICTC) will be closed on the said date.

For your information and guidance.  Thank you.

Castillo presents paper in ASEACCU Conference
One of Office of Research and Publications internally funded paper How Catholic is Your School?: Perception of the Catholic Identity of De La Salle Lipa Integrated School written by Yolanda Africa Ph. D., Amelito Castillo and Eldrick Pea was presented by one of its proponents in the 21st Conference of the Association of Southeast and East Asian Colleges and Universities (ASEACCU). Conference was held at the Catholic University of Korea, August 22-25.
    
Mr. Amelito Castillo presented the paper in a faculty session on the service field under the subfield A New Paradigm of Voluntary Service for Catholic Universities. The discussant for the session was Riichi Miyake, Vice President of Fuji Womens University. The latter shared in his discussion paper some inputs relevant to the study.

The result of the study showed that the Integrated School of DLSL including faculty, administrators, students and their families manifested to a great extent to the triparted components of Catholic Formation, Academic Excellence and Social Responsibility.
    
Approximately 200 professors, staff and students from a total of 44 universities from 8 different countries in Southeast and East Asia attended the conference with the theme: New Ardor, New Method, New Expression: Mission of Catholic Higher Education for New Evangelization.


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The College LRC is an indispensable part of the institution. It aims to support the instrucional, curricular and research program through organized, updated and relevant collection for information and library services.



The collections consist of about 38,000 books, audio visual materials (transparencies, slides, DVD, CD-ROM, VHS, etc.), equipment (OHP, LCD, Laptop, digicam, DVD camera, video camera, etc.) Periodicals, pamphlets, theses and other related information files such as clippings, newsletters,, annual reports, etc. are maintained. These are searchable through OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog) and maintained to access the open shelves collection. Books are classified according to Dewey Decimal Classification System. Also available are the card catalog in case of power interruption. It also has an internet laboratory with a total of 80 computer units and a separate library and professional collections for nursing students and law students.



The College LRC is an institutional PAARL (Philippine Association of Academic and Research Libraries) member and NOCEI Library committee member



Observance of The Lasallian Earth Day (LED) 07-05-2013
The Lasallian Earth Day is built upon the concept of Earth Day where everyone is encouraged to observe 'green' practices to address the issues of climate change and global warming. However, instead of the annual Earth Day observance, the LED shall be done monthly.

The Modern Conduct of Schools - Facilities and Environmental Program Management Commission, (MCS-FEPM) under the Lasallian Institute for the Environment (LIFE) have elected the first (1st) Friday of each month as the designated LED.

The LED program shall be based on the following monthly themes in relation to the framework developed for MCS-FEPM:

July - Carbon Neutrality
August - Risk Reduction Management and Emergency Preparedness
September - Water Resources
October - Biodiversity
November - Environmental Education
December - Green Procurement
January 2014 - Regulatory Compliance
February - Green Building
March - Occupational Safety and Health
April - Data Management

For the LED, the entire Lasallian Community is enjoined to:

wear something GREEN (may be a green shirt but could be as simple as pinned green ribbons, arm bands, buttons and the like);
observe GREEN HOUR, where lights will be turned-off for an hour (the time shall be determined by each academic and administrative units TO SUIT THEIR RESPECTIVE CONDITIONS);
attend Holy Mass (where prayer intentions are tied up with the monthly themes)

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Opening of Classes
The annual sports activity - One-Day League, organized by the Human Resource Department, and participated in by members of the De La Salle Lipa employees, was dominated by the college division.

Indoor sports such as darts, table tennis, chess, and badminton, for men and women, attracted the sports enthusiasts of DLSL, especially the previous winners who managed to keep their titles on April 12.

Emerging champions again for darts are Marika Pacheco and Reymel Encinas; for table tennis - Ruby Cubilla and Jayson Trofeo; for men's chess and badminton - Renan Lumbera and Rod Baldovino, respectively. New titlists for women's chess and badminton are Vivian Titular and Dannah Sanchez.

Winners of the One-Day League shall represent the school in the upcoming Inter-La Salle Sports Tournament scheduled on May 24 and 25 at De La Salle - Dasmariñas.

Below is the complete list of the results of the One-Day League held at the Br. Henry Virgil Memorial Stadium.

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