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PRE-SCHOOL, GRADE SCHOOL & JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Important Dates for the Academic Year 2017-2018

PRE-ENROLLMENT FOR SUMMER OF SY 2016-2017

PCNC Re-Accredits DLSL
De La Salle Lipa was recently granted a five-year re-accreditation as donee institution status after it passed the assessment of the Philippine Council for NGO Certification, Inc. (PCNC) standards on good governance and management.  

PCNC sent confirmation though an official communication in December 2016, following a board resolution addressed to the Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR). Upon approval by the latter, the donors of the institution shall be entitled to donor's tax exemption either full or limited.

The PCNC visited DLSL on October 6 - 7, 2016 for a thorough evaluation including interviews of the Lasallian Partners, scholars and BOT members and validated the submitted documents as well as results of the previous recommendations.

"PCNC is a private voluntary, non-stock, non-profit corporation that will serve as a service organization whose main function is to certify non-profit organizations that meet established minimum criteria for financial management and accountability in the service to underprivileged Filipinos."




Pre-Enrollment cut-off (Nov. 21, 2016 at 8:00am)

 






 


PRE-ENROLLMENT


 


 


Please be informed that pre-enrollment will be until tomorrow morning only, access in the Student Portal will be cut-off on November 21, 2016 at exactly 8:00 in the morning.


Please be guided accordingly.


 


 


Lasallians' Firsthand Take on Leadership Training in Singapore
Packed with Lasallian spirit, intellect and purpose, the annual Lasallian Leadership Training Camp held at St. Joseph Institute Singapore on October 7-10, 2016 was attended by De La Salle Lipa's Student Coordinating Board (SCB) Grade 10 representatives, Cedric Mandado, Sophia Isobel Papa, Benedict Sumague, and the group's Vice-President, Bea Luna.

The four-day training was not a vacation at all for the participants coming from various Lasallian schools in the country, but a rigid experiential leadership training towards achieving Lasallian advocacy of helping the underprivileged.

A seminar conducted on Lasallian spirituality and world, an activity done as inspiration to have a shared vision, a topic discussed on challenging the process and enabling others to act, and a discourse on social realities that took place were some of the highlights.

At the final stretch of the program, a meaningful journey processing with Solidarity Lasalliana made the journey for everyone memorable. It concluded with a heartfelt talk about encouraging the heart, a smile-filled camp photo taking and group realizations on I-realities and choices focusing about Lasallian leadership and world.



Pre-Enrollment for the 2nd Semester of SY 2016-2017

 
























































 


ON-LINE PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


Encoding of subjects via http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/  using IE Browser version 8 or lower in any of the following:



  • Any computer unit with Internet access anytime during the pre-enrollment period
  • VDI Lab at the 2nd Floor of CM Recto Bldg. from 9:00-5:00pm
  • Internet Lab at the 4th Floor of Diokno Bldg. from 9:00-5:00pm

 


DATE


FIRST YEAR & Grade 12 SHS


Nov 7


All First Year College Students & Grade 12 SHS


DATE


SECOND YEAR


Nov 8


 CBEAM and CoL


Nov 9


 CIHTM, CEAS and SHS


Nov 10


 CITE and CoN


DATE


THIRD YEAR


Nov 11


 CBEAM and CoL


Nov 14


 CIHTM and CEAS


Nov 15


 CITE and CoN


DATE


FOURTH YEAR


Nov 16


 CBEAM and CoL


Nov 17


 CIHTM and CEAS


Nov 18


   CITE and CoN


DATE


FIFTH YEAR


Nov 18


 CITE


 








Nov 21 at 8:00am


Deactivation of Accounts after the Pre-Enrollment Period


  


Note:  Assessment of Fees is not yet final.


 











 


Keep the approved copy of your Pre-Enrollment Form; you need to present this during the enrollment.


 


NO PRE-ENROLLMENT FORM


NO ENROLLMENT & ASSESSMENT FORM


 


 


All Students SHOULD


PRE-ENROLL


For the 2nd Semester of SY 2016-2017


 


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

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

Thank you very much.

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

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

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

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

Morning

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


Afternoon

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





Suspension of Classes/Work due to Inclement Weather Conditions
Please be informed that the VCAR will be responsible for the announcement of suspension of classes for both Basic Education and Colleges due to inclement weather condition.

For Lasallian Partners, the announcement of work cancellation will come from the VCAD.

If the cancellation of classes will be ALL LEVELS (both Integrated School and College) and was announced prior to the date of suspension, "A NO WORK POLICY" for partners will apply.

For your information and guidance.

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

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

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

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


SANCTIONS FOR NOT WEARING THE PRESCRIBED UNIFORMS: 

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

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

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

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. 

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

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

For your information and guidance. Thank you very much.

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.

Strict Implementation of AHRIS Approved Policy
Please be informed that effective July 21, 2016 (Thursday) the following approved policy in Advanced HRIS shall be strictly implemented:
                                                                                                                                               
TransactionPolicy
DTR CORRECTION

DTR Correction applied by the Lasallian Partner (LP) thru AHRIS should be supported by Time In/Time Out Form validated by the Guard-on-Duty. The LP submits the form to HRD after the approval of the immediate superior. Further, the LP should apply thru AHRIS not later than three (3) working days after the date of effectivity. Failure to apply within three (3) working days would mean forfeiture of application (application will no longer be accommodated/encoded thru AHRIS).

CHANGE SHIFTThe change shift should be applied two (2) days before the effectivity and approved before the payroll cut-off.
CHANGE DAY-OFF The change day-off should be applied a week before the date of effectivity and approved before the payroll cut-off.
OVERTIMEThis request should be authorized prior to the date of the overtime work to be done.
OB/LEAVEThis should be applied before the date of effectivity, but in case of emergency, it is applied immediately after the date of the OB/Leave.
     Sick LeaveThe Lasallian Partner (LP) should secure fir-to-work clearance from the Institutional Health Services Office (IHS) upon return to work.
     Maternity LeaveThis should be applied at least one (1) month before the expected date of delivery.
     Paternity Leave This should be applied on or before twenty-four (24) hours after wife's date of the delivery.
     Off Campus Pass
     (OCP)
This should be filled-out prior to leaving the campus (log time of egress/ingress) should be recorded by the guard-on-duty in the OCP form).
APPROVALThe approval of the application must be done within the cut-off of the covered pay period to prevent salary deduction. Otherwise, approval of the application after the posting of the attendance would mean that adjustment/s, if any, will be given on the next payroll period. The deadline of approval is not later than five (5) days before the next payroll cut-off. Failure to do so would mean non-payment of the adjustment.
ATTENDANCE AND PAYROLL ADJUSTMENTThe adjustment will be made only on the next payroll period. "For corrections, kindly call the designated Attendance-In-Charge Office at least five (5) days before the next payroll cut-off. The report will be treated as final and correct if the designated Attendance-In-Charge does not receive any advice on the specified grace period."

Thank you very much.

Eid al-Fitr (Feast of Ramadan)
Please be informed that President Rodrigo Duterte declared July 6, 2016 (Wednesday) as a Regular Holiday in observance of Eid al-Fitr (Feast of Ramadan).

Thank you very much.

LACOSTE Next Batch Application Date
Please be informed that LACOSTE's (LA Salle Lipa Computer Ownership Scheme for Tenured Employees) next batch will be on July 11, 2016 in HRD office following the schedule below:

College/Administration - 9:00AM - 12:00NN

Integrated School - 4:00PM - 5:00 PM

Policies and guidelines maybe checked thru our website for reference.

For questions/clarifications, you may get in touch with the committee representative of your specific division or you may call ICT Center and look for Mr. Ronie Gonzales.

Thank you very much!

Pope's Day (Special Non-Working Holiday)
Please be informed that Archbishop Ramon C. Arguelles, D.D. STL declared June 29, 2016 (Wednesday) as holiday in LIDICSA member schools in observance of Pope's Day, a genuine Day of Reflection on the church as a merciful and Eucharistic family.

As stated in the letter of the Archbishop, we are encouraged to join physically or through radio and live stream the 0900H Lipa Cathedral Eucharist and prayerfully declare our loving solidarity with the Vicar of Christ.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Revised Policy on Meal Subsidy Allowance during Campus Meetings and Off Campus Activities
Please be informed that effective August 1, 2016, the following policies and procedures on meal subsidy allowance / representation shall be followed.

  1. Meal Subsidy during Campus Meetings / Department Activities
    Co-workers attending campus meetings shall be granted a meal subsidy in a form of meals equivalent to the actual cost of meal up to a maximum amount of Php165 per person per day for campus meetings exceeding six (6) hour. If the actual amount incurred is more than the allowable amount, only the maximum amount of Php165 will be granted / reimbursed.

  2. Meal Subsidy during Off Campus Activities / Official Business
    Co-workers on official business shall be granted a meal subsidy per day as follows not subject for liquidation.

    For 2-4 hours approved official business trip - Php 100
    For more than 4 hours approved official business trip - Php 200

    Meal subsidy is given by the School to augment the cost of meal during School initiated activities. This is not intended to shoulder the total cost of meal of co-workers.

  3. Representation Cost for Invited Guests
    Meals served to invited outsider/guests are exempted from the above limit subject to budget availability of the hosting Department.

This supercedes memo issued dated July 31, 2015. Existing procedure on food request shall apply and are to be followed. Please be guided accordingly

Thank you very much.

Philippine British (Cocolife) Healthcard Orientation
Please be informed that an orientation will be held on the healthcare benefits and hospital coverage under Philippine British Assurance Company, Inc. in partnership with Cocolife at Senator Diokno Auditorium, 5th Floor Senator Diokno Hall on May 31, 2016 (Tuesday), from 1:00pm to 3:30pm.

All principal members are very much encouraged to attend so that concerns, clarifications and other queries can be raised and addressed.

Thank you very much.

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

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

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

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

Who are considered qualified dependents?
                                               
For Married Partners

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

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

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

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

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

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.

Petty Cash Fund Forms
Please be informed that the community may now use the Standard Petty cash fund forms which are available at the Finance Resource Department. The said forms are as follows:

  1. Petty Cash Fund Request/Maintenance Form. (PFQ) to be used in establishing a petty cash fund, increasing/decreasing of fund amount changing of fund custodian and closing of fund.

  2. Petty Cash Replenishment Form. (PFR) to be used upon fund replenishment.

  3. Petty Cash Fund Count. (PFC) for internal use of the Finance Resource Department.

Should you have further questions or clarifications, please do not hesitate to call Ms. Marj M. Anonuevo or Ms. Janah Dimple Dimaandal at local 209 or 298.

Thank you very much.

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

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

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

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

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

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




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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thank you.

Revised Payroll Cut-Off
Please be informed that the cut-off for May 10, 2016 payroll will be from April 21, 2016 to May 3, 2016 instead of April 21 to May 5, 2016. This is due to the declared Special Public (Non-Working) Holiday on May 9, 2016 (Monday) for the national and local elections under Proclamation 1254 issued by Malacanang.

Thank you very much.

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

Thank you.

PRE-ENROLLMENT FOR SY 2016-2017 FIRST SEMESTER

Pre-Enrolment of College Students for the 1st Semester of SY 2016-2017


 


ACCOUNTS OF STUDENTS WILL BE ACTIVATED AT 10:00 in the MORNING.


 





















































Date


REVISED


PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


April 20


Second Year CBEAM and COL


1:00pm to 5pm


April 21


Second Year CITE and CON


10:00am to 5pm


April 22


Second Year CIHTM and CEAS


10:00am to 5pm


April 25


Third Year CBEAM and CoL


10:00am to 5pm


April 26


Third Year CITE and CoN


10:00am to 5pm


April 27


Third Year CIHTM and CEAS


10:00am to 5pm


April 28


Fourth CBEAM and CoL


10:00am to 5pm


April 29


Fourth Year CIHTM and CEAS


10:00am to 5pm


April 30


Fourth and Fifth Year CITE and CoN


10:00am to 5pm


 


Special Activity for Br. Kenneth
Please be informed that the whole institution shall participate in a special activity prepared for Br. Kenneth on April 15, 2016, Friday. The theme of the activity will be "Celebrating Success! Celebrating Excellence!"

In view of this event, please be guided by the following:
  1. The official time of all co-workers will be at 1:00pm to 8:00pm. Mass application of change in official time will be done by the HRD since this is an institutional event.

  2. Venue will be at the DLSL Retreat Complex.

  3. Bringing of personal vehicles going to the Retreat Complex is not allowed. All co-workers will pass through the CBEAM are going to the venue.

  4. Registration and distribution of food stubs will start at 5:00pm at the venue.

  5. Mass will be celebrated at 5:30pm. Program will immediately follow after the mass.

  6. Attire for the activity will be luau - inspired.

  7. The event is strictly an adult activity, children are not allowed.

  8. Faculty and Staff who wish to sit on the grass may bring mats.

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

Thank you very much.

NOTE: As per Registrar's Office, Faculty and Staff who are involved in the enrollment process of IS and College especially those offices handling clearance, issuance of grades, academic advising and payment should report in the morning of April 15, 2016. Kindly coordinate with the Registrar's Office regarding this.

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

Dynamic Primary/Seconday Course
      Incoming Grade 4 to 11   

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

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

Please register on-line using the links below:

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

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

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

Year End Evaluation SY 2015-2016
Please be informed that personnel under the President's Office, Presidential Management Office and Compliance Office will be having their Year End Evaluation on April 11, 2016, Monday. Our clerical assistants will be available to receive incoming documents and telephone calls.

This is for you information and guidance. Thank you.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Thank you.

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.


Pep Squad Aces the Regionals
MILO 4-Peat Champions

The 39th National MILO Marathon, organized by RUNRIO, Inc., hosted another cheerleading competition in their regional qualifying race in Lipa City. 

Participated by the De La Salle Lipa Danzcom Pep Squad, the team showed coordination, spirit, gracefulness, flexibility and energy while doing their stunts, gymnastics and dance routine. 

Judged based on choreography, stunts, and technique, the Pep Squad defended their regional title successfully, four years in a row.  


NCC Regional Championship

In the National Cheerleading Championship regional qualifier, the DLSL Pep Squad landed first place in both College Coed and All Girl Pom divisions.   The team represented the region in the NCC national finals held at the MOA Arena.





Philippines' Spa and Wellness Pioneer Top Bills iACE Seminar
The world's consistently growing industry - spa and wellness - was recently featured in the Institute for Advanced Continuing Education.

No less than the pioneer in the spa and wellness in the country was the resource speaker - Catherine Brillantes-Turvill -  owner-operator of Nurture Wellness Village and the organic farm - Nurture Farmacy in Tagaytay.

Turvill's vast experience in every facet of the in demand industry made her the perfect choice for the task. Aside from the updates that she had provided, the biggest revelation was the innovations that could be introduced or incorporated in the business of the attendees who came all the way from Manila and different parts of Batangas.

Rooms for improvement were clearly pointed out by the speaker as she generously detailed the various side of the business that could be improved without adding capital or literally expanding the shop, as they could conveniently collaborate or tap other centers that could compliment theirs.

As a seasoned practitioner and years of further study, Turvill stepped back to view the big picture and look at the business in a macro level in order to arrive at the realization that the core offering of their industry is not merely a relaxation or pampering; ultimately, through its holistic approach, it serves as prevention to the deadly and top causes of diseases.

The industry has evolved into an intervention system that provides balance in the hustle and bustle lifestyle of the clients who are tackling a stressful life on a daily basis. The spa and wellness business has grown into a conglomerate network that is viewed by people not only as a diversion but as a necessary part of one's well-being to live a healthy and balanced life.

As De La Salle Lipa is the only school in the region offering programs such as Certificates in Holistic Massage and Spa Management, Turvill commended and endorsed it to the attendees who were impressed with the UK-based curriculum, modern laboratory facilities, the internationally-certified and Singapore-based instructors, and reasonably priced programs, compared to the expensive courses being offered by other Asian countries.

Interested applicants may inquire through the Wellness Management Institute at (043) 756-5555, local 341.






Finance Directorate Office Close
Please be informed that the Financial Resource Department will be closed on March 18, 2016 as we will be having our Institutional Recollection. Normal operations will resume on March 21, 2016.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

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

  1. Regular Holidays

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Lasallian Mathletes at the UPLB Quiz Bee
Prior to their MTAP Regional Finals stint, the De La Salle Lipa Elementary Mathletes had a warm up at the 2016 UPLB Inter-Elementary Math Quiz Bee.

It was a good work out for their mathematical skills and an ideal preparation for they had dealt with more than a hundred teams from all over the country on February 6, 2016 at University of the Philippines - Los Banos.

Two teams represented the school and both of them fared well in the very challenging competition. Team A, composed of Grade 6 pupils, Gerard Elmer Ilagan, Paolo Miguel Torres, and Brian Metrillo bagged Second Runner-Up; while Team B, composed of Grade 5 pupils, Andre Jerahmy Amante, Ashley De Leon, and Quevin Custodio, ranked 15th.

St. Jude Catholic School (Manila-NCR) emerged as the Champion, followed by Solomon Integrated School De Iloilo (Iloilo) as First Runner-Up, and SPED Center for Gifted (Olongapo) for Third Runner-Up.

Keeping tabs and painstakingly mentoring the ever witty Mathletes were coaches, Leonie Landicho, Ernie Lein Saculo, and Dennis Dimaala, while parents, teachers and administrators, for their part, gave unceasing support and prayed for the success of the Mathletes.




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.

Certificate of Compensation Payment (BIR Form 2316)
Please be informed that the Certificate of Compensation Payment/Tax Withheld (BIR Form 2316) is now available at the FRD Office. Please be reminded that everyone is required to sign and get their statement / certificate until February 26, 2016. FRD office will be open on Feb. 20, 2016, Saturday from 8:00 to 11:00 am and extended on February 23, 2016, Tuesday from 5:00 to 6:00 pm to accommodate part time co-workers. Please bring your Community Tax Certificate (CTC) which is a requirement for filing (in its absence, valid passport may be presented).

Please be reminded that as per Revenue Regulation No. 11-2013, failure to comply would result to LATE FILING with a penalty of Php1,000 per employee.

For everyone's strict compliance.

Thank you very much.

PRE-ENROLMENT SCHEDULE FOR SUMMER 2016
















































SUMMER SY 2015-2016 PRE-ENROLMENT SCHEDULES
DATE FIRST YEAR 
8-Feb CBEAM and COL
9-Feb CITE and CON
10-Feb CIHTM
11-Feb CEAS
DATE SECOND YEAR
12-Feb CBEAM and COL
15-Feb CITE and CON
16-Feb CIHTM and CEAS
DATE THIRD YEAR
17-Feb CBEAM, CoL and CoN
18-Feb CITE, CIHTM and CEAS
DATE FOURTH YEAR & FIFTH YEAR
19-Feb ALL COLLEGES

Extension of Appointment of CPD Manager OIC
Please be informed that the appointment of Mr. Joseph Magpantay as CPD Manager OIC is extended until February 12, 2016.

Thank you.

Perez, Rocafort, Outstanding Mathlete Finalists
The Search for the Outstanding Mathlete 2016, held at the Unviersity of Los Banos on 16 January 2016, gathered 138 secondary student participants from Region IV-A.

Among them were De La Salle Lipa's multi-awarded student, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 7-LS 205, and the breakthrough mathlete, Mark Allen Rocafort, Grade 10-CMR 206,  both made it to the Top 15 Finalists. 

Aside from them, the math coaches commend the active participation of the following who have also joined in this year's contest: Carl Joshua Africa, Lanz Lorenzo Bosita, Lloeden Lee Cabacungan, Marc Christopher Ferrer, Angelina Precilla, and Ron Gian Catibog. 

The annual competition organized by the UP-Los Banos aims to"stimulate active interest in mathematics by creative solutions of mathematical problems; promote annual contacts between and among mathematics students and faculty from different schools and universities; enhance the participants' knowledge in different areas in mathematics and its applications; and forge camaraderie among secondary students in a competitive but friendly manner."





Perez, Rocafort, Outstanding Mathlete Finalists

The
Search for the Outstanding Mathlete 2016, held at the Unviersity of Los Banos
on 16 January 2016, gathered 138 secondary student participants from Region
IV-A.



Among
them were De La Salle Lipa’s multi-awarded student, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 7-LS 205, and the breakthrough mathlete, Mark Allen Rocafort, Grade 10-CMR 206,  both made it to the Top 15 Finalists.  



Aside
from them, the math coaches commend the active participation of the following
who have also joined in this year’s contest: Carl Joshua Africa, Lanz Lorenzo
Bosita, Lloeden Lee
Cabacungan, Marc Christopher
Ferrer, Angelina Precilla, and Ron Gian Catibog.  



The annual competition organized by the UP-Los Banos aims
to ”stimulate
active interest in mathematics by creative
solutions of mathematical problems; promote annual contacts between and among
mathematics students and faculty from different schools and universities;
enhance the participants’ knowledge in different areas in mathematics and its
applications; and forge camaraderie among secondary students in a competitive
but friendly manner.”


Perez, Rocafort, Outstanding Mathlete Finalists

The
Search for the Outstanding Mathlete 2016, held at the Unviersity of Los Banos
on 16 January 2016, gathered 138 secondary student participants from Region
IV-A.



Among
them were De La Salle Lipa’s multi-awarded student, Angelo Vince Perez, Grade 7-LS 205, and the breakthrough mathlete, Mark Allen Rocafort, Grade 10-CMR 206,  both made it to the Top 15 Finalists.  



Aside
from them, the math coaches commend the active participation of the following
who have also joined in this year’s contest: Carl Joshua Africa, Lanz Lorenzo
Bosita, Lloeden Lee
Cabacungan, Marc Christopher
Ferrer, Angelina Precilla, and Ron Gian Catibog.  



The annual competition organized by the UP-Los Banos aims
to ”stimulate
active interest in mathematics by creative
solutions of mathematical problems; promote annual contacts between and among
mathematics students and faculty from different schools and universities;
enhance the participants’ knowledge in different areas in mathematics and its
applications; and forge camaraderie among secondary students in a competitive
but friendly manner.”


January 25, 2016 Payroll
Please be informed that the Access Manager (AM) of our AHRIS server has been unstable since Tuesday morning (January 19, 2016). AHRIS was put back to its uptime mode late afternoon of the same day using ICT back-up measure and was down again by Thursday to resume to its regular platform. In effect, some of the transactions (application and approval) for the cut-off period January 4-20, 2016 were not processed.

In this regard, starting January 25, 2016, Monday, co-workers are advised to check their attendance and apply the necessary transactions/corrections for the period January 4 to February 5, 2016. Absences, lates, undertimes and overtime incurred for the said period will be effected on February 10, 2016 payroll period. Viewing of payslip will be announced through the main page of AHRIS.

Thank you very much for your understanding.

CPD Manager OIC
Please be informed that Ms. Remian Santos, our CPD Manager, is on leave from January 15 to 29, 2016. Mr. Joseph Magpantay will be the Officer in Charge (OIC) for the mentioned dates.

Kindly extend your full support and cooperation to Mr. Magpantay.

Thank you.

Regular Holidays and Special (Non-working) Days for the Year 2016
Presidential Proclamation No. 1105 declaring the regular holidays and special (non-working) days for the year 2016:

  1. Regular Holidays

    New Year's Day - 1   January (Friday)
    Maundy Thursday - 24 March
    Good Friday - 25 March
    Araw ng Kagitingan - 9   April (Saturday)
    Labor Day - 1   May (Sunday)
    Independence Day - 12 June (Sunday)
    National Heroes Day - 29 August (Last Monday of August)
    Bonifacio Day - 30 November (Wednesday)
    Christmas Day - 25 December (Sunday)
    Rizal Day - 30 December (Friday)

  2. Special (Non-Working) Days

    Chinese New Year - 8   February (Monday)
    EDSA People Power Revolution - 25 February
    Black Saturday - 26 March
    Ninoy Aquino Day - 21 August (Sunday)
    All Saints Day - 1   November (Tuesday)
    Additional special (non-working days) - 2   January (Saturday)
    - 31 October (Monday)
    - 24 December (Saturday)
    - 31 December (Saturday)

Please be guided accordingly.

LACOSTE Application Date
Please be informed that LACOSTE's (LA Salle Lipa Computer Ownership Scheme for Tenured Employees) application will be on January 11, 2016 in HRD office following the schedule below:

College/Administration - 9:00AM - 12:00NN
Integrated School - 4:00PM - 5:00PM

You may check the existing Policies and Guidelines through our website for reference.

For questions/clarifications, you may get in touch with the committee representative for your division or you may call ICT Center and look for Mr. Ronie Gonzales

Thank you very much!

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Guidelines on attendance during announcement of no classes due to inclement weather conditions
Please be informed that whenever there is a declaration of no classes due to inclement weather conditions, please be guided by the following:

  1. COLLEGE

    For Full-time Faculty
    1. Reporting time shall be from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
    2. Full-time faculty whose official time is less than 8 hours, shall only render the required number of hours for the day.
    3. Required number of hours does not include overload. Be it noted that the overload pay will still be given.
    4. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only be asked to report until 5:00 pm, except if the management decides to call off work at an earlier time.


    Note: For numbers 1,2 and 3, individual application for change shift is required.

    For Part-time Faculty
    They will no longer be required to report for work during the no class day but that they are encouraged to conduct make-up classes in lieu of the missed actual session for the day.

  2. INTEGRATED SCHOOL

    For Faculty, Staff, Librarians, Guidance Counselors assigned in the Integrated School
    1. Co-workers shall render the required number of hours for the said date based on the approved official time.
    2. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only report based in official time or depending on the announcement of the management.

  3. ASF/ANT/NANT
    1. Co-workers shall render the required number of hours for the said date based on the approved official time.
    2. Co-workers whose approved official time is beyond 6:00 pm should apply for change shift of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.
    3. If in case the suspension of classes is announced within the day, co-workers will only be asked to report until 5:00 pm, except if the management decides to call off work at an earlier time.

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.

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

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

  2. December 18, 2015 - Institutional Christmas Party

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Parking Violation Notice
This is to inform the community that effective immediately, our campus security agency shall be issuing parking violation notice to the driver / owner of vehicles found to be in violation of the campus parking rules and regulations.

There are three warning levels that will be issued to violators. The first offense shall serve as an initial warning and will be signed by the Director for Services. The second offense shall serve as a stern warning to repeat offenders and will be signed by the Vice Chancellor for Administration. The third and final offense will ultimately result in the immediate revocation of the parking privilege and will be signed by the President / Chancellor.

Parking violation notices will be issued in progressive counts regardless of the previous violation. Once parking privilege is revoked, no further processing and issuance of parking permit or parking sticker will be done.

Therefore, the community is again reminded of the following parking policies:
  • Old parking permits and stickers are considered invalid. Parking permits must be current.
  • There must be no vehicles parked on restricted spaces or areas designated as no-parking zones.
  • Assigned or reserved parking spaces must only be occupied by vehicles of the assignee.
  • Vehicles must be properly parked within the marked slot and must not encroach onto the adjacent slot.
  • Vehicles must not be parked in areas that my obstruct the smooth flow of vehicles and pedestrians.
  • Vehicles must be parked in such a way that it does not obstruct or prevent the movement of another vehicle from its parking space.
  • Overnight parking is not allowed unless approved by the Vice Chancellor for Administration using the Overnight Parking Request form.
  • Strictly no washing of personal vehicles inside the campus.
  • Faculty and staff are advised to park their vehicles first prior to checking-in and checking-out at the time and attendance biometrics system.
For your information.

Work Innovation - Non Teaching Co-workers
Please be informed that the HRD is now open for accepting of Work innovation proposals for the second semester. The deadline for submission will be on November 30, 2015 (Monday). Be it noted also that WI Proposal should be initially assessed, noted and endorsed by your immediate superior/s before submission to the HRD.

Further, the Work Innovation Proposal template and guidelines are available in our website www.dlsl.edu.ph under EMPLOYEES section for your reference and perusal.

For questions and clarifications, feel free to call HRD at local 210. Thank you very much.

PRE-ENROLLMENT OF FIRST YEAR BSCS, BSIT & BSIS

PRE-ENROLLMENT


 


First year students who are enrolled in BSCS, BSIT & BSIS programs will be having their pre-enrollment tomorrow, October 21, 2015 at 3:00pm.  They may proceed to MB 409, MB 509 or MB 510 for assistance.


 


Thank you.


 


Pag-IBIG Loyalty Card On-Site Application / Rescheduled SSS UMID & Postal ID Capturing
Please be informed of the following regarding Pag-ibig Loyalty Card, SSS UMID and Postal ID on-site applications:

  1. Pag-IBIG Loyalty Card - The on-site Pag-ibig Loyalty Card application will be on October 19 and 20, 2015 (8:30am to 4:30pm) at the FHP Function Room, CM Recto Hall. Employees are requested to sign in the conforme slip during the ID capturing to authorize the school to deduct P100.00 on November 10, 2015 as payment for the Loyalty Card.

  2. SSS UMID and Postal ID - Collection of fees for SSS and Postal ID will be done on October 19 and 20, 2015. The on-site ID capturing schedule will be announced on a later date. In this regard, please take note of the following:                                                                                                                                                    
 FeeProcedure to be done on October 19 & 20, 2015
For SSS UMID* Free for initial ID card application(a) No payment transaction will be required

(b) Please wait for the announcement on the on-site SSS UMID application schedule
* P300.00 for those with old digitized ID(a) Surrender the old SSS digitized ID. If lost, please submit an affidavit of loss

(b) Fill-out the SSS Payment Form (R-6)

(c) Pay the exact amount of P300.00 to the designated cashier

(d) Sign in the HRD conforme slip as proof of payment
(The receipt will be issued once already validated and paid to SSS)
For POSTAL IDP414.40 to be paid in cash(a) Pay the amount of P414.40 to the designated cashier

(b) Sign in the HRD conforme slip as proof of payment
(The receipt will be issued once already validated and paid to PhilPost)

Note: Only paid and processed application forms will be accommodated by SSS & PhilPost during the re-scheduled ID capturing.

For any queries, please call the HRD Office at local 210 and look for Ms. Juliet Dimayuga. Thank you.

Supplies Request for 2nd Semester 2015-2016
Please be reminded that all bulk requests for supplies to be used for the Second Semester should be forwarded to the IPMS (Inventory and Property Management Section) at least three weeks before classes starts in November.

Please be advised also that items like puncher, stapler, pencil sharpener and tape dispenser should be requested only if the said items are not usable or are not functioning. For such items, defective units must be surrendered prior to replacement. We also highly encourage sharing of resources within offices or departments

Please be guided accordingly.

Thank you.

College Lobby ACTA Unit Downtime
Please be informed that the ICTC will pull-out the ACTA unit located at the College Lobby on October 16, 2015 (Friday) from 9:00am to 4:00pm to check some parameters and to debug some scripts.

The HRD will provide the Attendance Sheet in the College Lobby during the specified date or employees may use the ACTA unit located in the HLS Hall, BB Hall, Diokno Hall and CBEAM Hall.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Semestral Break
Please be informed of the following schedules:

  1. October 29-31, 2015 & November 3, 2015 - Partial School Shut Down for faculty and staff. Employees who wish to enter the school premises may request permission in writing from the Office of the VCAd.

  2. November 1 & 2, 2015 - Full School Shut Down. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel and there will be no internet connection.

Everyone is expected to be back for regular work on November 4, 2015 (Wednesday).

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Re: Official Business Trip
Please be informed that I will be on official business trip together with Bro. Kenneth Martinez, FSC and Mr. Ruben Rubis from Oct. 4 up to Oct. 15, 2015. in my absence, I am appointing the following as my OICs:

Mr. Florentino Magsino - GSD matters
Engr. Marino Tagapulot - Engineering and Construction matters

This is for your information and guidance. Thank you.



In St. La Salle,

Cid S. Frio
Services Director

POSTER MAKING CONTEST - NATIONAL BOOK WEEK CELEBRATION Nov. 24-30, 2015


DEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS:





Greetings!





The Philippine Librarians
Association, Inc. (PLAI) in partnership with the National Commission for
Culture and the Arts (NCCA) through the National Committee on Libraries and
Information Services (NCLIS) and the National Library of the Philippines (NLP),
is please to announce that the 81st
National Book Week
will be celebrated on November 24 – 30, 2015 with the theme, “The Filipino Reader in the Era of
ASEAN Integration”





In this connection, a poster making contest (open to all
college and university students) will be conducted. These contests aim to:





  • Instill in the young Filipino learners the love
    for books
  • Develop among the students essential reading
    literacy skills, and
  • Promote libraries inn the country



The mechanics of the contest
are as follows:





  1. POSTER
    MAKING CONTEST




  1. The poster making contest is open to students
    public and private colleges and universities nationwide.
  1. The poster should be visualization of the 2015
    National Book Week theme, “The
    Filipino Reader in the Era of ASEAN Integration”




  1. Use white illustration board, 15” x 20” in size.




  1. Contestant may use any illustrating and coloring
    medium (watercolor, crayon, color pen, etc.).




  1. The entry should be an original work and a
    certification to this effect from the Dean must be submitted together with
    the contestant’s name.




  1. The contestant’s name and school must be written
    on a separate sheet of paper or attached at the back of the entry.




  1. All entries will become the property of the
    PALI.




  1. The criteria for judging will be as follows:




Originality
                                                      -
          35%



Pictorial
design and composition               -           15%



Technique                                                      -           15%



Relevance
to the theme                                -           35%



                                                TOTAL                       100%



  1. The winners will receive the following prizes:




1st
Prize          - 6,000.00 and a
certificate of Recognition to the College/University



2nd
prize         - 5,000.00 and a certificate
of Recognition to the  College/University



3rd
Prize          - 4,000.00 and a
certificate of Recognition to the 
College/University



1st
Honorable Mention – 3,000.00 and a certificate of Recognition to the



                  
College/University



2nd
Honorable Mention – 3,000.00 and a certificate of Recognition to the



         College/University





  1. The winning entry will be used as souvenir
    program cover and in other promotional materials in relation to the
    National Book Week.




  1. Winners will be notified to claim their prizes
    at the PLAI office in the National Library of the Philippines
    on or before November 24, 2015. In the event that the winner will be
    coming from the region, the prize and certificate of recognition will be
    sent through the PLAI Regional Council President who will hand in a simple
    ceremony.




  1.  The
    submission of entries will start on October 5, 2015 and will end on October
    9, 2015 from 8:00am – 5:00pm at the office of the Philippine Librarians’
    Association, Inc. (PLAI), Rm. 301, 3/F Mezzanine, the National Library of
    the Philippines, T.M. Kalaw St.,
    Ernmita, Manila.


 



 

From: Chair, Committee on
Contests



National
Book Week 2015



 





 



 



Mcmc/09/23/2015




Eid'l Adha (Feast of Sacrifice)
President Benigno S. Aquino III declared September 25, 2015 (Friday) as a Regular Holiday in observance of Eid'l Adha (Feast of Sacrifice) under Proclamation No. 1128.

Thank you very much.

Declaration of Items for White Elephant Sale (WES)
Please be informed that the annual White Elephant Sale (WES) is scheduled this coming October, 2015. In connection with this, please have all surplus office items, equipment, furniture and fixture declared as such. Kindly forward to Ms. Elvie L. Mendoza of the IPMS the listings of the declared surplus with due approval of your respective Deans, Directors, and Principal on or before September 21, 2015. After which, the IPMS shall take charge of the scheduling of the transfer of all declared items from your office to the IPMS.

Thank you very much for your usual support.

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Pre-Enrollment for the 2nd Sem of SY 2015-2016



























































ON-LINE PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


Encoding of subjects via http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/  using IE Browser version 8 or lower in any of the following:



  • Any computer unit with Internet access anytime during the pre-enrollment period
  • VDI Lab at the 2nd Floor of CM Recto Bldg. from 9:00-5:00pm

  • Internet Lab at the 4th Floor of Diokno Bldg. from 9:00-5:00pm

 


DATE


FIRST YEAR


Sep 8


 CBEAM and CoL


Sep 9


 CIHTM, CEAS and SHS


Sep 10


 CITE and CoN


 re-scheduled to September 11 at 9:00am-5:00pm


DATE


SECOND YEAR


Sep 10


 CBEAM and CoL


Sep 15


 CIHTM, CEAS and SHS


Sep 16


 CITE and CoN


DATE


THIRD YEAR


Sep 17


 CBEAM and CoL


Sep 18


 CIHTM and CEAS


Sep 22


 CITE and CoN


DATE


FOURTH YEAR


Sep 23


 CBEAM and CoL


Sep 24


 CIHTM and CEAS


Sep 25


   CITE and CoN


DATE


FIFTH YEAR


Sep 25


 CITE


 








Sep 30


Deactivation of Students’ Accounts after the Pre-Enrollment Period


 


 

















Sep 28-29


Pre-Enrollment of Transferees and Returnees


Reservation of Slots, Submission of NOA, Enrollment Information Sheet and Other Registrar’s Requirements


Venue: Office of the Registrar


Oct 22


Application for Shifting and Re-Admission


Special & Tutorial Classes   


Nov 27


Last day of payment for Tutorial & Special Classes


Dec 1


Deadline of Submission of Tutorial Classes to the Office of the Registrar


 











 


Keep the approved copy of your Pre-Enrollment Form; you need to present this during the issuance of your Enrollment & Assessment Form. Please be informed that we will implement the policy...


 


 


-- NO PRE-ENROLLMENT FORM


NO ENROLLMENT & ASSESSMENT FORM --


 


 


All Students SHOULD


PRE-ENROLL


For the 2ND Semester of SY 2015-2016


 


 


 


 


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

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

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

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

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






Nationwide Holidays
Please find the list of nationwide holidays for 2015 as declared by virtue of Proclamation No. 831, s. 2014:

  • August 21, 2015, Friday - Ninoy Aquino Day (Special non-working day)
  • August 31, 2015, last Monday of August - National Heroes Day (Regular holiday)
  • November 1, 2015, Sunday - All Saints Day (Special non-working day)
  • November 30, 2015, Monday - Bonifacio Day (Regular holiday)
  • December 24, 2015, Thursday - Additional special non-working day (Special non-working day)
  • December 25, 2015, Friday - Christmas Day (Regular holiday)
  • December 30, 2015, Wednesday - Rizal Day (Regular holiday)
  • December 31, 2015, Thursday - Last day of the year (Special non-working day)
    * Proclamations will be issued for the observance of Eidul Adha

Please be guided accordingly.

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.






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

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

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

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

Below is the list of DLSL winners.

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

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

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

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

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

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



PSWD Interview

The following PSWD Grantees will be interviewed by the PSWD Staff on July 31, 2015, 1:00pm at the Sen. Diokno Auditorium.



























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































  LAST  FIRST MIDDLE Program Year
1 ADAN FATIMA ELAINE ARRIOLA BSE E 4th
2 ADONA ALMIRA VERTE BSE E 4th
3 AFRICA RENZ MARCUS LATORRE BSCS 1st
4 AGOJO MARY ANN MAGPANTAY BSLM 4th
5 AGUJA MARVIN PALMARIA BSEE 5th
6 ALMARIZ DANICA BINGCOLADO BSIT 4th
7 ALOYA MELODY ALMAZAN BSE M 4th
8 ARANDA ROSELYN SALAZAR BSA 4th
9 AUSTRIA JIM LLOYD ROSALES BSEE 5th
10 BAROJA GLYBEL ADAYA BSMT 4th
11 BAUTISTA ADRIAN MORENO BSBABE 4th
12 BERINIA PRINCESS CAPUNO BSE M 4th
13 BERNALDO RONFEL VALENCIA BSA 4th
14 BRIONES BERNALYN LALONGISIP BSE S 4th
15 BUBAN KRIZIA CAMILLE MENDOZA BSE E 4th
16 CABUNGCAL JAIME FRANCISCO   BSEE 2nd
17 CALDITO MARIVIC DELICA BSBA FM 4th
18 CALINGASAN MICAH FATIMA DIMAANO BSTM 2nd
19 CALUYA ZARIE ANN JAVATE BSE F 4th
20 CASTILLO PAUL CHRISTIAN DE ZOSA ABCOMM 3rd
21 CASTILLO IVANNA LAUREEN MASANGCAY BSE E 4th
22 CATANE JANSSEN KAE RAMIREZ BSMT 4th
23 COLOMA MARIEL CABUNGCAL BSE E 4th
24 CORNEJO ALYSSA OLAN BSLM 2nd
25 CUEVAS SUNSHINE PAREDES BSAT 4th
26 DE CASTRO RAFAEL EDUARDO RICERO BSAT 4th
27 DE GALA ARJAY RON MATALA BSE E 4th
28 DE OCAMPO JELLY ISANAN BSIT 4th
29 DE TORRES RIZA MAE MONTERO BEED 2nd
30 DE VILLA GLENN DARRYL TALAG BSAT 1st
31 DEE KRISTIAN DIMAANO BSIT 4th
32 DILA LYDEL CHAVEZ BSBA MM 4th
33 DIMACULANGAN DESIREE DALISAY BSBA FM 3rd
34 ECHALUCE I JOSHUA SUBOL BSECE I 5th
35 ESLETA MARY ANN MORILLA BSAT 4th
36 ESPIRITU MARYNEL FERNANDEZ BEED 4th
37 ESTEBAN BRIAN ROMERO ABCOMM 3rd
38 ESTINOS ELAINE GRACE LINAO BSE E 4th
39 EUSEBIO KHIMBERLY UMACLAP BSA 4th
40 FABIC CHRISTINE MAE FABALINA BSHRM 2nd
41 FAMATIGAN PRINCESS MAE DIAZ BSBA FM 4th
42 FETALVO JOHN BRYAN DE GUZMAN BSAT 4th
43 FLORES JOHN GENDRIC ESCALANTE BSLM 4th
44 FRUELDA MICHELLE   BEED 4th
45 GENEROSO MICHAEL JOSEPH ACILO BSBA FM 4th
46 GONZALES RENELL ROARING BSE M 4th
47 GOROSPE REENBELL CAGUIMBAL BSLM 3rd
48 GUEVARRA GERALD BRYAN DIAZ ABCOMM 3rd
49 GUITANG GRACE ABDON BSAT 1st
50 HERMOSO FATIMA CARMELA VIBANDOR BSBABE 4th
51 HERNANDEZ ALFONSO D BSBA FM 4th
52 HERNANDEZ MONICA ROSE TRIVIO BSBA FM 4th
53 IMPERIAL BERNADETTE BALDOZA BSBA FM 4th
54 KALALO MA. KRISTINE DE CASTRO BSA 1st
55 LANDOY ANGELICA CUEVAS BSE F 4th
56 LANTO ZIENNA MARIZ DELLOSON BSPSYC 4th
57 LARAYA MARGIE MONTANO BSE F 4th
58 LASAT FRANCES NIKKI YAPBUAN BSBA FM 4th
59 LASI ALLYSSA HONOR BSE E 4th
60 LIBREA GABRIELLE BIEN SALDUA BSBA MM 4th
61 LORZANO GLENDELIENE URSABIA BSPSYC 4th
62 LUBIS AYANNA CHRISTINE DE OCAMPO BSBA MM 4th
63 LUCILLO ANNE MARIE LASCANO BSBA MM 2nd
64 MACASAET ABIGAIL CASTILLO BSBA FM 4th
65 MAGSINO CHRISTINE ANNE FAYE INCIONG BSAT 4th
66 MANALO LEONA JEJEAN Diokno BSA 4th
67 MANGUNAY EUNICE MINILEE MAGSINO BSAT 2nd
68 MARANAN KRISTEL ALYSSA GARCIA BSLM 4th
69 MARASIGAN SHIELA SHANE RUBIS ABMMA 4th
70 MARASIGAN JOHN ADRIAN LACORTE BSEE 3rd
71 MARGATE JULIEN BATHAN BSIE 5th
72 MATUNDAN JENNALYN ATULI BSAT 3rd
73 MAYO NINA JEZZERENE TORRES BSBABE 4th
74 MAYOR LYKA ROMBON BSA 4th
75 MIAS ALVIN JOSEPH RIVERA BSIS 4th
76 MOJARES JOHN VINCENT AGUILA BSECE I 4th
77 MOJICA ALENNIE MARGARAET ZARA BSE M 4th
78 MONTALES  JERAVI GOLIMLIM BSE S 4th
79 MONTANTE ALEXIS PAULA VILLENA BSBIO 3rd
80 MONTEALTO VENZ PHILIP RECEDE BSEE 1st
81 MORALES ISAIAH MATTHEW DELA FUENTE BSBA FM 4th
82 MORENO MERLYN ANNE CASABUENA BSA 3rd
83 NANTES JEAN CLAUDINE CABRERA BST 4th
84 OBISPO KHEY ANN CASTILLO BEED 4th
85 OBTIAL IVY JOY SANDIGAN BSM 2nd
86 OCAMPO MARC JESSEN MANALO BSBA FM 4th
87 ONA KATHELEEN MARCOS BSIT 4th
88 ORACION MA.
CRISTINA 
CARPIO BSE E 4th
89 PAGCALIWANGAN MARC LINNUZ DELA PEA BSAT 4th
90 PALMONES RAFAEL MAGCAWAS BSIE 2nd
91 PAMPLONA III JOSE MANZANILLA BSBABE 4th
92 PANGANIBAN NICOLE CABATAY BSA 1st
93 PARAN ERIKA JANE FAROLAN BSIE 5th
94 PETEZA PRINCESS DIANE RECTO BSMT 4th
95 PIAMONTE IAN KARLO CARPIO BSBIO 2nd
96 PUNZALAN FERDINAND CABUAY BSBABE 4th
97 QUIJANO JANDI LOPEZ BSEE 5th
98 RAMOS TRISHA ALU DIZON BSIT 4th
99 RAS ZEENA CLARICE CRUZADA BSAT 3rd
100 RECIO JENIEVA   BSA 4th
101 RESMA JULIUS RESABA BSIT 3rd
102 RODELAS EDJOY MARIE MONTALES BSIS 4th
103 ROSIOS THERESA MAGSINO BSBA FM 4th
104 ROXAS ALDEN JOY MAGUNDAYAO BSMT 4th
105 SANCHEZ BEA JANINE RAMOS BSLM 4th
106 SANDOVAL JESSA FLORES BSIE 5th
107 SARMIENTO CHAREN DE CASTRO BSMT 3rd
108 SISON DANA KRISTINE LUBI BSM 4th
109 TRAYVILLA JOJIELYN POSE BSAT 4th
110 VALENCIA ADRIAN ESLAWAN BSEE 5th
111 VELASCO MAURICE MAY OLAN BSBABE 4th
112 VILLAPANDO SHAIRA DUAT BSIE 4th
113 ZAMORA NALA SERGIO ABCOMM 4th
   






VCAD General Assembly
Please be informed that the offices under the Vice Chancellor for Administration - ICTC, HRD, CPD and GSD will have General Assembly in the afternoon of July 31, 2015. In this regard, there will be no operation on the said date from 1:00 PM onwards.

For your preparation and guidance.

Thank you very much!

Salary Adjustment
Please be informed that the salary adjustments including Performance Base Increase (PBI) will be effected in your July 25, 2015 pay retroactive June 1, 2015. For further clarification / questions on:

  • Rank / Steps, you may call the HRD at local 210 or you may set an appointment with Ms. Ces Quigley or Ms. Sheila Alvarez.

  • Computation of Performance Base Increase (PBI) and final rank after the PBI, you may call the FRD at local 209 or you may set an appointment with Ms. Nilda Casas.

Thank you very much.

Live Jesus in our hearts! Forever.

No Work - July 2015
Please be informed of the following non-working days:

  1. Feast of Ramadhan - July 17, 2015 (Friday) Regular Holiday under Proclamation No. 1070.
  2. Mabini Day - July 23, 2015 (Thursday) Special Non-Working Holiday under Proclamation No. 2367.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Work Innovation - Non Teaching Co-workers
Please be informed that the deadline for the submission of Work Innovation Proposal is o n July 31, 2015 (Friday). Be it noted also that WI Proposal should be noted and endorsed by your immediate superior/s before submission to the HRD.

Further, the Work Innovation Proposal template and guidelines are now available in our website www.dlsl.edu.ph under EMPLOYEES section for your reference and perusal.

For questions and clarifications, feel free to call HRD at local 210. Thank you very much.

July 2015 Payroll and HRIS Parallel Run
Please be informed that due to the technical problems encountered with the old HRIS, the following will be implemented in relation to the July 10, 2015 and July 25, 2015 payroll:

  • The actual attendance and all HRIS transactions related to leaves, official businesses, DTR corrections, change shifts, change day off and overtime from June 23, 2015 to July 20, 2015 shall be processed on July 25, 2015 payroll.
  • The Part-Time and Full-Time overload pay will be based on the usual payroll process and cut-off dates.

Furthermore, parallel run of the old HRIS and Advanced HRIS will be extended until August 10, 2015 payroll period (inclusive dates - July 6, 2015 to August 5, 2015). Please ensure that HRIS transactions are applied on both systems.

Thank you very much for your usual support and understanding.

PMA's Take on Marketing Tips
In another successful venture by the Philippine Marketing Association, in partnership with De La Salle Lipa, a seminar on Marketing Tips on Creating Brand Awareness benefited several representatives from various companies.

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

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

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





LACOSTE 16th Batch Application Date
Please be informed that LACOSTE's (LA Salle Lipa Computer Ownership Scheme for Tenure Employees) 15th batch application will be on July 06, 2015 in HRD office following the schedule below:

College/Administration - 9:00AM - 12:00NN
Integrated School - 4:00PM - 5:00PM

You may check the existing Policies and Guidelines for your reference.

For questions/clarifications, you may get in touch with the committee representative of your division or you may call ICT Center and look for Mr. Ronie Gonzales.

Thank you very much.

Special (Non-Working) Day
President Benigno S. Aquino III declared June 20, 2015 (Saturday) as a Special (Non-Working) Day in celebration of Foundation Day Anniversary of the City of Lipa under Proclamation No. 1027.

Thank you very much.

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

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

For your information and guidance.

Thanks and regards.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly.

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

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

Thank you very much for your usual support.

Philippine British (Cocolife) Healthcard Orientation
Please be informed that an orientation will be held on the healthcare benefits and hospital coverage under Philippine British Assurance Company, Inc. on May 25, 2015 (Monday) at Senator Diokno Auditorium, 5th Floor Senator Diokno Hall, from 1:00pm to 3:30pm.

All principal members are very much encouraged to attend so that concerns, clarifications and other queries can be raised and addressed.

Thank you very much.

Schedule of Hotel Operations for May 13 - 15, 2015
Please be informed that Cafe le Barako will be closed from May 13 - 14, 2015 (Wednesday and Thursday) because of the scheduled activity "Workshop on Menu Re-Engineering".

Likewise, Cafe le Barako will also be closed on May 15, 2015 (Friday) due to DLSL General Assembly in the morning and TSFSA assembly in the afternoon.

Regular business hours will resume on Monday, May 18, 2015.

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

Please be guided accordingly.

PSYCHOLOGY INSTRUCTOR
Qualification Standards                                                                              
-     BS Psychology graduate
-     Preferably with MA/MS in Psychology
-     With special skills in Community Psychology or Industrial Psychology

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.

Clearance SY 2014-2015
Please be reminded of the following:

  1. April 15, 2015 - Deadline for submission of ACCOMPLISHED/SIGNED CLEARANCE for all Part Time Faculty (Second Semester) and End Contract employees for the release of 13th month pay on April 25, 2015.

  2. May 20, 2015 - Deadline for submission of ACCOMPLISHED/SIGNED CLEARANCE for all Part Time Faculty and for Full Time Faculty with summer classes for Summer 2015 for the processing of summer pay to be released on May 25, 2015.

  3. May 25, 2015 - Deadline for submission of ACCOMPLISHED/SIGNED CLEARANCE for SY 2014-2015 of all Full Time Faculty and Staff for the processing of Unused Sick Leave (if any) to be released on June 10, 2015.

For any questions and clarifications, please call the HRD Office at local 210.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

No Work
Please be informed that Under Presidential Proclamation No. 831, the following Regular Holidays and Special (Non-Working) Day shall be observed in the country:

  1. Regular Holidays

    1. April 2, 2015 - Maundy Thursday
    2. April 3, 2015 - Good Friday
    3. April 9, 2015 (Thursday) - Araw ng Kagitingan
    4. May 1, 2015 (Friday) - Labor Day

  2. Special (Non-Working) Day - April 4, 2015 - Black Saturday

Please also be informed that work on April 1, 2015, Wednesday, will be up to 12:00 noon only. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel during Maundy Thursday and Good Friday.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

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

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

Thank you very much.

BIR Form 2316
Please be informed that the Certificate of Compensation Payment/Tax Withheld (BIR Form 2316) is now available at the FRD office. Everyone is REQUIRED TO SIGN and get their statement up to February 26, 2015.

In connection with this, we would like also to inform you that the Community Tax Certificate (CTC) is a REQUIREMENT for filing. Failure to submit the requirement will be considered as LATE FILING with a penalty of P1,000.00 per employee. This is in accordance with the provision of Revenue Regulation No. 11-2013.

For your strict compliance.

Panganiban Conferred Diplomate in Business Education
Through a "unanimous decision of the Philippine Academy of Professionals in Business Education (PAPBE) after a meticulous evaluation," De La Salle Lipas Social Science Area Chair, Hermogenes Panganiban, was "recognized and accredited" as Diplomate in Business Education (DBE), as stated in the official announcement made by PAPBE, dated February 4, 2015.

Diplomate is the highest in the hierarchy of recognition given by PAPBE, based on their adopted ranking from Senior Professional in Business Education, Associate Fellow, Fellow and ultimately, DBE.

A candidate of DBE has to satisfactorily meet the basic criteria, competencies and the standards on skills in the following areas: teaching experience, non-teaching professional experience, books published/authored, published researches, speaking engagements, and positions held in schools and professional organizations.

PAPBE is the accrediting body created under the auspices of the Philippine Council of Deans and Educators of Business (PCDEB), is in-charge of implementing accreditation of professionals in the discipline of Business Education based on their "merit, performance, and contribution" since it "believes that championing the cause and elevating the status of business educators and professionals shall further propel excellence in instruction, research, extension, and production in the area of Business Education" (PCDEB Souvenir Program, March 2011).

Panganiban will be formally conferred DBE at the 14th Annual PCDEB Conference on February 19-20, 2015 at Hotel Jen Manila. 

Back in December last year, the Social Science Area Chair was also elected Vice-President for Private Institutions by the Professors World Peace Academy Philippines and designated as one of its Ambassadors of Peace.

The DLSL community takes pride on his outstanding achievements.



Personal Mails, Personal Parcels and Packages
This is to inform the Lasallian community that effective 09 February 2015, the Services Directorate shall only process incoming School-business related mails, parcels and packages. All personal mails, personal parcels and personal packages are to be picked up in person at the College Lobby Security Office. Personal mail includes, but is not limited to, utility bills, CD's, magazines and periodicals not related to the Learning Resource Centers, bank accounts and credit card accounts and/or billing statements not related to the school, gifts, catalogs, orders and invoices, and all other mails not related to the operations of the Executive Offices, Office of the Registrar, Central Procurement Department, Human Resource Department and Learning Resource Centers.

This policy also restricts School clerical assistants and agency employees to deliver personal mail and packages to office units. Notification of the arrival of personal mail is not the responsibility of any of the security staff as well.

Please make the necessary arrangements to have your personal mails and packages delivered to your place of residence or subscribe to electronic billing facilities. De La Salle Lipa should not be used as personal mailing address.

For strict, implementation. Please be guided accordingly.

No Work
Please be reminded that under Presidential Proclamation No. 831, the following non-working days shall be observed in the country:

  1. Chinese New Year - Febraury 19, 2015 (Thursday) Special Non-Working Day.
  2. EDSA Revolution Anniversary - February 25, 2015 (Wednesday) Special Holiday (for all schools).

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Pre-qualified Academic Applicants

Please be informed that the following
applicants have pre-qualified in the De La Salle Lipas Expanded Scholarship
Program
 under the Academic Scholarship Grants Program.
Please submit final academic ranking certificate on or before April 20, 2014 to facilitate
your scholarship grant.



List of Pre-qualified Applicants












































































































































1.              
Acar, Cheska
T.



2.              
Atienza, John
Louis O.



3.              
Atienza, Nica
Mae M.



4.              
Binasoy,
Rachelle M.



5.              
Boa, Liezel D.



6.              
Borlaza,
Maharanee Ariane P.



7.              
Calongcalong,
Pauline Mae V.



8.              
De Mesa,
Angelica D.



9.              
Ehurango,
Dianne Czymond F.



10.         
Escamillas,
Melanie Joyce F.



11.         
Eusebio,
Mariela E.



12.         
Garcia,
Jessica Marie D.



13.         
Gayos, Karina
K.



14.         
Kaibigan, Mira
Fae P.



15.         
Laron, Angela
Marie M.



16.         
Laureta,
Christopher M.



17.         
Lescano,
Alyssa Mae R.



18.         
Lontoc, Jenina
Faye M.



19.         
Lontoc, Karah
Jane M.



20.         
Lumbera, Rose
Anne Mae S.



21.         
Macaraig,
Natalie Rae C.



22.         
Macatangay,
Rhea Rica V.



23.         
Maglinao, Lara
Carmela C.



24.         
Manalang,
Ronalin E.



25.         
Manalo, Arjay
M.



26.         
Manimtim, Xia
Khaela B.



27.         
Marquez, Kaye
Nicolle M.



28.         
Mathanguihan,
Nicole L.



29.         
Matulac,
Andrea B.



30.         
Mendoza, John
Reiven A.



31.         
Montillano,
Gerald C.



32.         
Mosca, Joshua
Abraham L.



33.         
Panganiban,
Nicole C.



34.         
Perez,
Claudine Joy V.



35.         
Perez,
Rachelle Anne A.



36.         
Pine, Andrei
Christian C.



37.         
Recohermoso,
Kristel D.



38.         
Recto, Zeus
Karl Francis B.



39.         
Selda,
Marielle Theresa A.



40.         
Sempino,
Christine P.



41.         
Suarez, Joslyn
Marlana L.



42.         
Sumilong,
Noreen D.



43.         
Valdez, Jheymaries



44.         
Vasquez, King
Paulo S.



45.         
Vergara, Bea
Marie D.




 If you have any clarifications, please
feel free to call Ms. Jhing Mias at 756-5555 loc 279
.


Pre-qualified Non Academic Applicants - Batch 2 (October 13 - November 7 Applicants)

Please be informed that the following
applicants have pre-qualified in the De La Salle Lipas Clerical Assistance
Scholarship Program
 under the Non-Academic Scholarship Grants
Program
. Please submit the following requirements in a long brown envelope at
the LAMP Office on your scheduled interview date at 12:30pm with your parent/s and we would be
very glad to facilitate your scholarship application.



          List of Pre-qualified Applicants                    Schedule of
Interview

































































































































































1.  
Ancheta, Jewel Grace S.



26-Jan-15



2.  
Balona, Marife D.



26-Jan-15



3.  
Banta, Nicole Anne M.



27-Jan-15



4.  
Calingasan, Kimberly B.



26-Jan-15



5.  
Comia, Marc Lorenz A,



26-Jan-15



6.  
Cornista, Trina C.



27-Jan-15



7.  
Cuevillas, Judith M.



26-Jan-15



8.  
Dalisay, Aizza P.



28-Jan-15



9.  
De Guzman, Angelica M.



26-Jan-15



10.De Leon,
Erika Marie D.



28-Jan-15



11.Dy,
Christel Joy M.



26-Jan-15



12.Espiritu,
Julius D.



28-Jan-15



13.Gadin,
Stephanie Chloe O.



28-Jan-15



14.Guitang,
Grace A.



27-Jan-15



15.Ilagan,
Czyrone Jade S.



27-Jan-15



16.Katimbang,
Imel Unity G.



26-Jan-15



17.Legaspi,
Angelika Mariz C.



27-Jan-15



18.Llamas,
Theodolf Benedict J.



26-Jan-15



19.Lorca,
Neil Evan T.



28-Jan-15



20.Lupac,
Zairra Mae A.



27-Jan-15



21.Malaluan,
Andrea V.



27-Jan-15



22.Matic,
Maritonie I.



28-Jan-15



23.Mendoza,
Zhara Jean M.



28-Jan-15



24.Navarez,
Ethel A.



27-Jan-15



25.Olan,
Chrishmae A.



27-Jan-15



26.Orense,
Loraine T.



26-Jan-15



27.Padua, Althea
Rose D.



26-Jan-15



28.Padua,
Lalaine Joy G.



27-Jan-15



29.Pagcaliwangan,
Zyre Patrick B.



26-Jan-15



30.Pea,
Asleigh Grace C.



28-Jan-15



31.Ramos,
Reychell M.



27-Jan-15



32.Robledo,
Rica Mae S.



28-Jan-15



33.Rosales,
Michellene Angela L.



28-Jan-15



34.Samonte,
Kristen Grace



28-Jan-15



35.Sarmiento,
King Marvin O.



27-Jan-15



36.Sarmiento,
Traci R.



26-Jan-15



37.Sonsona,
Winielyn B.



28-Jan-15



38.Tumbaga,
Venus C.



27-Jan-15



39.  
Zuo, Searena Nia P.



28-Jan-15




 
REQUIREMENTS:
1. Sketch Location of Residence
2. Recommendation from Adviser (Download Recommendation Form)
3. Letter from Parent
4. 2pcs Passport Size pictures with nameplate & white background`
5. Electric and Water Consumption receipts for at least 2 months                            
6. Latest ITR of parents OR Certification of Tax Exemption from BIR.
        ***For OFW latest copy of contract or proof of income
7. Barangay Clearance of the student
8. Recent Medical Certificate
9. Clear photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
                                     



If you have any clarifications, please feel free to call Ms. Jhing Mias at 756-5555 loc 279.
Note: Applicants with incomplete requirements will not be entertained during the final interview.




DLSL Employees' Manual and Benefits Manual
Please be informed that the approved De La Salle Lipa Employees' Manual and Benefits Manual for SY 2014-2017 are now available online at the DLSL's website.

You may follow the steps below to view the manuals:
  1. Log on to www.dlsl.edu.ph
  2. Click the "Employees Tab"
    The Employees Manual and Benefits Manual can be found under the section "Available for Download" in PDF files.

Please be guided accordingly.

Pre-qualified Non Academic Applicants - Batch 3 (December 13 exam)
Please be informed that the following applicants have pre-qualified in the De La Salle Lipas Clerical Assistance Scholarship Program under the Non-Academic Scholarship Grants Program. Please submit the following requirements in a long brown envelope at the LAMP Office on your scheduled interview date at 12:30pm with your parent/s and we would be very glad to facilitate your scholarship application.

List of Pre-qualified Applicants                    Schedule of
Interview





























































































































































































































































1.    Adajar, Rio
Anne V.



16-Jan-15



2.    Ages, Ma. Tricia Camille M.



19-Jan-15



3.    Alejandre, Anne Queny C.



16-Jan-15



4.    Ariola, Alvin E.



15-Jan-15



5.    Austria, Jessa L.



16-Jan-15



6.    Babiera, John Jaime F.



16-Jan-15



7.    Balbastro, Marvin P. (2nd schedule)



19-Jan-15



8.    Bao, Arvi Gaile M.



15-Jan-15



9.    Bausa, Apple Marie L.



15-Jan-15



10. Beatriz, Marl
Denver H.



16-Jan-15



11. Bernardo, Vince Marc P.



15-Jan-15



12. Bio, John Michael L.



16-Jan-15



13. Bobadilla, Noemie M.



15-Jan-15



14. Cacho, Camil L.



15-Jan-15



15. Capiz, Jay-R D. (2nd schedule)



19-Jan-15



16. Capulong, Alglen Joy L.



19-Jan-15



17. Casil, Christian, M. (2nd schedule)



19-Jan-15



18. Castor, Nicole



19-Jan-15



19. Cortez, Michelle N.



15-Jan-15



20. De Castro, Princess S.



15-Jan-15



21. Dimaandal, Glydel



15-Jan-15



22. Dimaano, Marlowe C.



16-Jan-15



23. Dimayuga, Christian Allen D.



15-Jan-15



24. Fernandez, Nikka Ann J.



15-Jan-15



25. Flores, Rina Mariz R.



15-Jan-15



26. Gonzalvo, Marinela



15-Jan-15



27. Hembrador, Jhermel P.



16-Jan-15



28. Hernandez, Lilibeth I.



16-Jan-15



29. Hernandez, Sharlene M.



19-Jan-15



30. Inandan, Rica May T.



15-Jan-15



31. Lacorte, Robelyn B.



15-Jan-15



32. Landingin, Mariel P.



19-Jan-15



33. Laqui, Melanie P.



19-Jan-15



34. Limos, Micki Ann A.



16-Jan-15



35. Luna, Zaira Mie S.



19-Jan-15



36. Lunar, Jazle P.



19-Jan-15



37. Macahia, Leslie S.



16-Jan-15



38. Macasaet, Abegail C.



16-Jan-15



39. Macatangay, Jomae C.



16-Jan-15



40. Macomb, Lleif M.



19-Jan-15



41. Manalo, Chris Warren C.



19-Jan-15



42. Manguiat, Cyrene P.



19-Jan-15



43. Maranan, Ma. Veronica L.



19-Jan-15



44. Marasigan, Ma. Airish Nicolle L.



16-Jan-15



45. Mendoza, Chevvy Lane L.



19-Jan-15



46. Mendoza, Maria Cristina A.



15-Jan-15



47. Miranda, Trisha D.



16-Jan-15



48. Montoya, Paulo G.



15-Jan-15



49. Orellana, Michael Joshua G. (2nd schedule)



19-Jan-15



50. Oronos, Mary Mharta Bernalyn B.



15-Jan-15



51. Padua, Diether M.



16-Jan-15



52. Palma, Nikko



16-Jan-15



53. Panganiban, Sheena Marie N.



16-Jan-15



54. Ramos, Michael Andrew



19-Jan-15



55. Ramos, Roselie D.



15-Jan-15



56. Recinto, Jonquil Marcus M.



19-Jan-15



57. Rosal, Mariane L.



19-Jan-15



58. Rosales, Lyra B.



16-Jan-15



59. Santos, Princess Sarah M.



19-Jan-15



60. Tonic, Jay Anne E.



16-Jan-15



61. Unilongo, Reign Franchette M.



15-Jan-15



62. Villegas, Kate Ann F.



19-Jan-15




 




REQUIREMENTS:

1. Sketch Location of Residence
2. Recommendation from Adviser (Download Recommendation Form)
3. Letter from Parent
4. 2pcs Passport Size pictures with nameplate & white background`
5. Electric and Water Consumption receipts for at least 2 months                            
6. Latest ITR of parents OR Certification of Tax Exemption from BIR.
        ***For OFW latest copy of contract or proof of income
7. Barangay Clearance of the student
8. Recent Medical Certificate
9. Clear photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate
                                     



If you have any clarifications, please feel free to call Ms. Jhing Mias at 756-5555 loc 279.
Note: Applicants with incomplete requirements will not be entertained during the final interview.




Pasko sa La Salle
Christmas spirit was felt throughout the campus as small to large scale entrepreneurs and companies came together to showcase their products and services at De La Salle Lipa's organized Christmas bazaar dubbed "Pasko sa La Salle" on 16-18 December. It was a fund raising event which benefited the scholarship program of the institution.

After a notable opening ceremony, the DLSL Pep Squad showed their cheer-dance talent with acrobatic moves and breath-taking stunts. To add more spice, the All Out Crew of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) with their dazzling moves entertained the audience, followed by Zara Josiah Dimaano, with her soothing voice, serenaded everyone with her captivating song number.  The College Green Talents show concluded with a dance number from the Salindayaw Dance Company.

Robert Paolo Gandollas, president of Musikalista, spearheaded the different bands, namely, Cloveristic, Rainbow Toasters, BnP and KROMP,  that rendered their own style of music and genre.

After this momentous event, another Filipino annual tradition began - Simbang Gabi - held at the Capilla De San Juan Bautista De La Salle.

On the following day, Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts (LICA) held a cooking demo led by Chef Shirley de Jesus, LICA Head. First on the list was a mouth watering Vanilla Panna Cotta prepared by Recy Manguiat, followed by the recipe Cheesy Rigatoni with Roast Chicken Tomato Sauce prepared by Joseph Kevin Palcon, complimented by a cheese sauce by Juvelyn de Guzman.

In the afternoon, a free zumba session was conducted at the SENTRUM parking area participated in by the bazaaristas and other college students. Subsequently, the second day of Simbang Gabi was celebrated.

On the last day, the following Integrated School students led a delightful showcase of talents: Myzel Milagrosa, Ma. Zharina de Castro, Tanya Poleen Macaraeg, Mary Merzen Penascoza, Nicole Mikaela Villalobos, Jollion Aonuevo, Jet Marcus Marasigan, Mikailee Daphne Elpedes, Modern Dance Club, Nicole Cardona, DLSL's One Direction, Bea Paje, Maika Margaret Gonzales, Vox Fusion, and Nirro Bautista.

DLSL and the rest of the community would like to thank the major sponsors, Peugeot, Toyota, Isuzu, Camella Homes, Robinsons Land and PA Properties, including the bazaaristas, for supporting this noble cause.

As long as the essence of Christmas of sharing and giving remains steadfast in the hearts of the Lasallians and their partners, the DLSL community is optimistic in consistently improving its mission of spreading the Lasallian education.



Panganiban Hailed Ambassador for Peace
The De La Salle Lipa community congratulates Social Science Area Chair, Hermogenes B. Panganiban, for being elected as Member of the Board of Directors of the Professors World Peace Academy Philippines, particularly as Vice-President for Private Institutions.

Panganiban took oath of office on December 10, 2014, coinciding the re-launching of the same national organization for peace.

Aside from being elected as BOD, he was also designated as Ambassador for Peace by the Universal Peace Federation, the mother organization of PWPA, along with some ten other professionals.

The PWPA is an educational organization founded on May 6, 1973 in Korea by the Reverend Sun Myung Moon during an assembly of 168 Japanese and Korean professors was established to support the academic community's role in the pursuit of world peace, according to PWPA history.

The late Br. Andrew Gonzales FSC, Ph.D. was the fourth president of the said organization.

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

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

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

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

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

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

Pre-qualified Non Academic Applicants - Batch 1

Please be informed that the following applicants have
pre-qualified in the De La Salle Lipas Clerical Assistance Scholarship
Program
 under the Non-Academic Scholarship Grants
Program
. Please submit the following requirements in a long brown envelope at
the LAMP Office on your scheduled interview date at 1pm with your parent/s and we would be
very glad to facilitate your scholarship application.




List of Pre-qualified Applicants            Schedule of Interview

















































































































  1. Arguelles, Judith L.


19-Nov-14



  1. Balbastro, Marvin P.


19-Nov-14



  1. Batan, John Patrick N.


19-Nov-14



  1. Buo, Queenie Mae L.


19-Nov-14



  1. Calingasan, Julius Christian
    B.


19-Nov-14



  1. Capiz, Jay-R D.


17-Nov-14



  1. Casil, Christian, M.


19-Nov-14



  1. Castro, Ma. Trisha F.


17-Nov-14



  1. Clavo, Alonica Mae R.


17-Nov-14



  1. Dimaculangan, Mirthle Ken


19-Nov-14



  1. Dio, Judy Ann S.


17-Nov-14



  1. Garaa, Mikaela G.


17-Nov-14



  1. Guia, Angelica Lhane P.


19-Nov-14



  1. Hebreo, Margarette Abby L.


19-Nov-14



  1. Inandan, Arlene M.


19-Nov-14



  1. Katigbak, Paul John S.


17-Nov-14



  1. Lanto, Timkhen R.


17-Nov-14



  1. Libang, Aliza Jessica N.


17-Nov-14



  1. Lupac, Leah Kim C.


17-Nov-14



  1. Mojares, Nikka V.


17-Nov-14



  1. Orellana, Michael Joshua G.


19-Nov-14



  1. Panaligan, Rachelle Ann E.


19-Nov-14



  1. Panopio, Rochelle A.


17-Nov-14



  1. Reyes, Jan Jumine T.


17-Nov-14



  1. Sulit, Yvet Marte C.


19-Nov-14



  1. Villanueva, Nia Alexandra B.


17-Nov-14



  1. Villavicencio, Roma Alizah M.


17-Nov-14




 
REQUIREMENTS:
 



  1. Sketch Location of Residence
  2. Recommendation from Adviser
    (Download Recommendation Form)
  3. Letter from Parent
  4. 2pcs Passport Size pictures
    with nameplate & white background`

  5. Electric and Water Consumption
    receipts for at least 2 months                             

  6. Latest ITR of parents OR
    Certification of Tax Exemption from BIR.



***For OFW latest copy of contract or proof of income



  1. Barangay Clearance of the
    student
  2. Recent Medical Certificate
  3. Clear photocopy of NSO Birth
    Certificate                                                                                  


 



If you have any clarifications, please feel free to call Ms.
Jhing Mias at 756-5555 loc 279.



Note: Incomplete
requirements will not be entertained during the final interview.


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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



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

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

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

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

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

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



Talk on Hypertension, Hypercholesterolemia, and Diabetes Mellitus
Please be informed that the list of employees are REQUIRED to attend the seminar below: (The seminar is intended to employees 35 years and above and not specific to those with existing conditions mentioned below).
                                                           
TITLE:TALK ON HYPERTENSION, HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA, AND DIABETES MELLITUS
OBJECTIVE/S:To promote employee health and wellness through prevention and control of common ailments like hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and diabetes mellitus.
SPEAKERS:

DR. CARLO CARPIO, IM - Cardio
Philippine British Assurance Company, Inc.   

VENUE:Sen. Diokno Auditorium, 5th Floor, Sen. Diokno Building
DATE:October 22, 2014
8:00 am to 10:00 am

IMPORTANT REMINDERS:  
  1. Participants should observe punctuality in all seminars.
  2.  
  3. Employees who will not be able to attend the scheduled seminar due to valid reasons should inform the HRD. Employees who failed to attend without informing the HRD ahead of time, should submit a letter signed by the immediate head stating the reason for not attending.

LIST OF ATTENDEES
Absin, Josie M.Gomez, Lorena L.Mercado, Rosaida L.
Adajar, Welmer T.Gonzales, Ronie R.Mojado, Noel M.
Albis, Arnel M.Gordo, John N.Morada, Jovita G.
Alcaraz, Judith U.Grajo, Ma. Cherryll A.Navarro, Girlie L.
Alvarez, Maria Sheila G.Gutierrez, Arnel J.Navarro, Virsely A.
Anonuevo, Marjorie M.Gutierrez, Jeanne M.Ola, Henson F.
Araque, Portia D.Hernandez, Leilani E.Orcena, Donabel D.
Ariola, Ronald D.Inandan, Joaquina C.Paco, Jaime A.
Atienza, Ma. Theresa S.Inciong, Raquel C.Pakingan, Judith M.
Atijon, Gregorio T.Ishikawa, Ma. Melissa T.Palino, Israel Ceazar E.
Awatin, Derrick A.Kalaw, Marivec P.Panaligan, Susara S.
Babasa, Emily T.Kasilag, Michael H.Pasia, Lea M.
Balane, Mariefe D.Katigbak, Maria Concepcion E.Perez, Catherine M.
Baldevarona, Adela M.Lalunio, Michelle M.Perez, Maricel G.
Balita, Annabelle S.Landicho, Daisy C.Prospero, Roselie I.
Barrion, Vilma C.Landig, Nereo L.Puertollano, Ryan Paul P.
Basco, Rogelio ..Lasin, Jerwin M.Punzalan, Remedios Lilia K.
Berana, Loreto Jr. C.Lina, Marinette O.Quigley, Maria Cecilia B.
Bermudez, Natalie Jean I.Lingao, Mauricio R.Quionez, Bernardo D.
Bleza, Wilfredo L.Llanes, Jose Jr. A.Quinto, Rex J.
Bolaos, Gerardo V.Lopez, Evelyn C.Quiros, Melvin G.
Bonito, Edgardo S.Loreto, Freddie R.Quizon, Marita C.
Botardo, Alicia B.Lucero, Alex C.Rabino, Lilian C.
Buenafe, Marjeric L.Lucero, Allan P.Ramirez, Violeta D.
Caibigan, Rex C.Lumban, Mary Ann F.Raya, Eduardo L.
Calalo, Romel M.Lumbera, Gloria P.Recinto, Mildred F.
Capuloy, Arnold R.Luna, Julius Caesar D.Renegado, Randolph S.
Casas, Nilda Bernanda L.Maderazo, Cynthia A.Reyes, Anna Nia B.
Chavez, Maria Chona M.Magadia, Eileen D.Reyes, Evangeline L.
Concordia, Jhyn R.Magalona, Jose Ronnie B.Reyes, Joselito S.
Cubilla, Alfredo Jr. J.Magbilang, Anastacio O.Rezaba, Ma. Fe L.
Cueto, Arturo Jr. C.MAghinay, Priscilla C.Robles, Maricor S.
De Castro, Grace C.Magpantay, Josephn H.Rodaje, Noly M.
De Chavez, Dominador R.Magpantay, Luz M.Rodriguez, Jasper Paulo C.
De Jesus, Christian V.Magsino, Florentino Jr. D.Roldan, Maria Crecelda D.
De las Alas, Melchor I.Malabanan, Aniceto S.Rosales, Loida P.
De Leon, Ailene R.Malabanan, Mercedes L.Rosos, Jocelyn A.
De Ocampo, Adelmo R.Malaluan, Maria Lourdes L.Rubis, Celeste C.
De Silva, Rhoda V.Malaluan, Marife D.Sagbang, Emelita Y.
De Torres, Noemi M.Malapitan, Eustaquio M.Saludo, Wilfredo G.
Dimaano, Gina M.Mallari, Minerva D.Santos, Remian T.
Dimaculangan, Jerome B.Manguiat, Myrasol L.Savadera, Noel M.
Dimaculangan, Marytes M.Mantuano, Mayolisa R.Silva, Romana Levinia B.
Dimayuga, Juliet R.Marasigan, Mario M.Tagapulot, Marino S.
Dimayuga, Resty R.Martija, Ronaldo T.Talag, Ursula M.
Diokno, Olivia L.Martin, Imelda R.Tan, Israel V.
Dy, Lorna F.Martinez, Erickson E.Tipan, Dfezie T.
Endozo, Concepcion B.Masalunga, Russell P.Toress, Clifford R.
Fetalver, Lunasco C.Masongsong, Francisco D.Vasallo, Enrique Jr. J.
Flores, Merlie P.Mea, Protacio -.Vergara, Juliana P.
Frane, Analiza A.Medina, Maria Teresa S.Villanueva, Racquel L.
Frane, Ruben B.Mendoza, Elvira L.Villapando, Romeo S.
Frio, Jose Ma. Radito Isidro S.Mendoza, Mary Ann L.Zapanta, Arnel S.
Fule, Ulysses T.Merano, Ricardo III E.Zapata, Joy S.
Gamol, Reynaldo G.Mercado, Arellano C. 
Garachico, Lani R.Mercado, Ferdinand G. 
Garcia, Edgar L.Mercado, Maricelie C. 

Schedule of Hotel Operations
Please be informed that Cafe le Barako will be closed on the following dates due to the corresponding scheduled activities:

October 20, 2014 (Monday) - CIHTM General Assembly
October 29, 2014 (Wednesday) - TESDA NCII Exam on F&B

Semestral Break
Please be informed of the following schedules:
      
  1. October 29, 2014 afternoon is the start of partial school shutdown while the Integrated School will have their make up class schedule. The IS make-up classes policy and guidelines should be followed.
  2.  
  3. October 30-31, 2014 - Partial School Shutdown for faculty and staff. Employees who wish to enter the school premises may request permission in writing from the Office of the VCAd.
  4.  
  5. November 1 & 2, 2014 - Full School Shutdown. The campus will be off-limits to student and personnel and there will be no internet connection.

Everyone is expected to be back for regular work on November 3, 2014 (Monday).

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

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

Thank you very much.

Supplies Request for 2nd Semester 2014-2015
Please be reminded that all bulk requests for supplies to be used for the Second Semester should be forwarded to the IPMS (Inventory and Property Management Section) at least three weeks before classes start in November.

Please be advised also that items like puncher, stapler, pencil sharpener and tape dispenser should be requested only if the said items are not usable or are not functioning. We also highly encourage sharing of resources within offices or departments.

Please be guided accordingly.

Thank you.

Semi-Annual Inventory of Supplies
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be closed on October 23-24, 27-30, 2014 for the semi-annual inventory of warehouse supplies. In this regard, all requests will only be accommodated before and after the specified dates.

Please be guided accordingly.

Fixed Assets Inventory
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will conduct an inventory count of all Fixed Assets beginning October 13 to November 30, 2014.

In this regard, offices and classrooms will be opened by the IPMS personnel on the scheduled count. Everyone is reminded not to leave any personal belongings in their respective offices for security and proper inventory count purposes. All fixed assets inside the offices and classrooms will be counted as property of the school.

Rest assured that all assets in your offices will be treated with utmost care.

Thank you very much.

PEACE ONE DAY PROGRAMME
THEME: "Creating a Culture of Peace: Sharing the Dream, Living the Faith"
  • MASS FOR PEACE- 9:00 10:00 AM
  • A FAST FOR PEACE
      Prayer over the Public Address System at 8:00AM (Institutional)
      Reflective Music all through out the day. (Minimize all the noise inside and outside the classroom)
  • MINUTE OF SILENCE
    Ringing of PEACE BELL for ONE MINUTE at (7:55 AM, 12:05 NN and 2:55 PM)
  •  Prayer Vigil at the Capilla Simultaneous with Film Viewing (Soc. Stud Class);
    Deepening (CL Class); Information about Peace - (English Class)
    "Who Will I make Peace With?"
  • Peace Drawing (Kinder)
  • PEACE PACT (Specific Activity for HS )
  • POSTER MAKING(Specific Activity for College)
  • PEACEBOOK PAGE
  • SIGNATURE CAMPAIGN AND FREEDOM WALL


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

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

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

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

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



Practicumer Sign-up

All College working scholars who will be enrolling
in Practicum this 2nd Semester, SY 2014-2015 are requested to visit
the LAMP Office on or before September
11, 2014.
Look for Ms. Ena.


PRE-ENROLLMENT for 2nd semester AY 2014-2015

From the OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR


 


Attention  : ALL COLLEGE STUDENTS



Subject    : PRE-ENROLLMENT / ENROLLMENT


 


Please be informed of your scheduled PRE-ENROLLMENT for the 2nd SEMESTER of AY 2014-2015.


 














Venue


TIME OF PRE-ENROLLMENT


 


Any computer w/ Internet Access - url


http://smsportal.dlsl.edu.ph/StudentPortal/


 


Anytime during your scheduled pre-enrollment indicated below


 


 


Internet Lab, 4TH Floor, Diokno Bldg.


 


8:00 am - 5:00 pm


 


 


Notes: 


1.    Students accounts will be activated at 5:00pm, a day before the scheduled pre-enrollment.


2.    Access to subject offerings will be done per college and per year level as requested by the Colleges. Please refer to the schedule below where subjects will be available for enrollment:


 












































DATE


SUBJECTS WITH OPEN SLOTS ONLY


Aug 25


First Year - CBEAM


Aug 26


First Year - CBEAM


First Year - CIHTM


Aug 27


First Year - CBEAM


First Year - CIHTM


First Year - CITE


Aug 28


First Year - CBEAM


First Year - CIHTM


First Year - CITE


First Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


Aug 29


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


Second Year - CBEAM


Sept 1


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


Second Year - CBEAM


Second Year - CITE


Sept 2


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


Second Year - CBEAM


Second Year - CITE


Second Year - CIHTM


Sept 3


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


Second Year - CBEAM


Second Year - CITE


Second Year - CIHTM


Second Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


Sept 4


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


ALL SECOND YEAR SUBJECTS


Third and Fourth Year - CBEAM


Sept 5


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


ALL SECOND YEAR SUBJECTS


Third and Fourth Year - CBEAM


Third, Fourth and Fifth Year - CITE


Sept 8


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


ALL SECOND YEAR SUBJECTS


Third and Fourth Year - CBEAM


Third, Fourth and Fifth Year - CITE


Third Year and Fourth Year - CIHTM


Sept 9


ALL FIRST YEAR SUBJECTS


ALL SECOND YEAR SUBJECTS


Third and Fourth Year - CBEAM


Third, Fourth and Fifth Year - CITE


Third Year and Fourth Year - CIHTM


Third and Fourth Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


 



 


 


 


PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


 












































DATE


YEAR LEVEL - COLLEGE


Aug 25


First Year - CBEAM


Aug 26


First Year - CIHTM


Aug 27


First Year - CITE


Aug 28


First Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


Aug 29


Second Year - CBEAM


Sept 1


Second Year - CITE


Sept 2


Second Year - CIHTM


Sept 3


Second Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


Sept 4


Third and Fourth Year - CBEAM


Sept 5


Third, Fourth and Fifth Year - CITE


Sept 8


Third Year and Fourth Year - CIHTM


Sept 9


Third and Fourth Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL


 


 


ENROLLMENT


Issuance of OEAF, Adjustment and Payment of Tuition & Fees


 


























DATE


YEAR LEVEL - COLLEGE


Oct 21


1st and 2nd Year - CBEAM


Oct 22


3rd and 4th Year - CBEAM


Oct 23


1st and 2nd Year - CITE


Oct 24


3rd and 4th Year - CITE


Oct 27


1st to 4th Year - CIHTM


Oct 28


1st to 4th Year - CEAS, CoN, CoL and SHS


 


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

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

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

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

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

Non-Working Holidays
Please be informed of the following non-working holidays:
       
  1. Mabini Day - July 23, 2014 (Wednesday) Special Non-Working day pursuant to proclamation 2367.
  2.    
  3. Eid'l Fitr/Feast of Ramadhan - July 29, 2014 (Tuesday) Regular Non-working Holiday as per Presidential Proclamation No. 826.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

PAYMENT SCHEDULES FOR MT/FINALS

Attention        :       
All College Students



Subject           :        Schedule of Midterm and Final Examination





From              :        The Registrar


Date                :      
July 10, 2014





Please be informed that the schedule of your Midterm Examinations this 1st semester is on August
4-9, 2014 and the Final Examinations is on October 6-11, 2014.





In
this this regard, we are encouraging you to settle your accounts on the following periods:



For
the MIDTERM EXAMINATIONS - July 28 to August 1, 2014



For
the FINAL EXAMINATIONS -  September 29 to October 3, 2014



Kindly
disregard
the payment schedules for the Midterm and Final Examinations that is
reflected on your Enrollment and Assessment Forms/Certificate of
Registrations
because that is not anymore consistent with the approved 2014-2015
Academic Calendar.


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.

Warehouse Annual Inventory
Please be informed that the Inventory and Property Management Section (IPMS) will be closed on May 26-30, 2014 for the annual inventory of warehouse supplies. In this regard, may we request all offices to process requests before or after the specified dates.

Thank you for your cooperation and usual support.


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

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

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

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

MAJOR ACADEMIC AWARDS

Valedictorian
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Salutatorian
Raymond C. Mayo

First Honorable Mention
Iris D. Ditan

Second Honorable Mention
Zachary Nazarene S. Bisenio

Third Honorable Mention
Gene Carlos L. Perez

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

SUBJECT EXCELLENCE AWARDS

Best in Christian Living                
Iris D. Ditan

Best in English                    
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Best in Filipino                    
Jonathan M. Coronel

Best in Social Studies                
John Macneil A. Mendoza

Best in Science                    
Raymond C. Mayo

Best in Mathematics                    
John Anthony C. Kho


SPECIAL AWARDS


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

St. Brother Jaime Hilario Award            
Jamaica L. Mojares

St. Brother Miguel Award                
Rya Marjerie A. Bayanin

St. Brother Benilde Award                
Maria Rosario C. Ebreo

Mercury Drug Excellence in Mathematics    
John Anthony C. Kho

Mercury Drug Excellence in Science        
Raymond C. Mayo

Gerry Roxas Leadership Award            
Raymond C. Mayo
Alfonso Yuchengco

National Discipline Award    
Jalyssa Camil G. Samonte


ATHLETE OF THE YEAR

Team Sports                        
Aaron Nathaniel C. Torres

Individual Sports                    
Jessther C. Reano


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


Partner Organizations' visit to DLSL Scholars
One Heart for Hope Visits DLSL
Last January 7, 2014, One Heart For Hope (OHFH) Foundation visited the institution to meet with their scholars at DLSL.  OHFH is a non-profit public benefit corporation in the State of California, USA.  The foundation has served over 31,000 underprivileged children and families through education.

DLSL President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D.Min. is thankful to the following foundation lead officers for extending their assistance to DLSL:

Merlita Helms, President and Board Member
Glenda Bule, COO and Board Member
Rosemarie Roque, Board Member
Dr. Malou Vales, Board Member
Beth Luna, Treasurer
Anabelle Abesamis, Fundraising Coordinator, US
Odette Maniquis, Project Director US
Marlene Blasco, Project Coordinator US
Noel Galang, Project Director, Phils


Pusong Pinoy Scholars
De La Salle Lipa is one of the beneficiaries of Pusong Pinoy, a non-profit organization dedicated to helping underprivileged children in the Philippines.  Last February 11, 2014, Pusong Pinoy representatives led by Ms. Jocelin Olivier, Scholarship-in-Charge, and Ms. Liza De Jesus visited DLSL to meet and present to the institution the Pusong Pinoy scholars.  To date, the organization sponsored 17 St. Br. Jaime Hilario and 1 Febres Cordero scholars.  Additional grants were also given to the current scholars of Pusong Pinoy on top of their free education benefit.


Donor Visit: Batangas Association of UK
Approaching high school graduation rites date, members of the Batangas Association of UK (BAUK), headed by President Gloria Diaz, visited De La Salle Lipa on 28 February 2014 to inquire about their scholars and explore other avenues to help deserving but indigent youth in getting a shot at life through the gift of education.

















Unclaimed Items
Please be informed that items requested through Materials and Services Requisition (MSQ) should be claimed within 3 working days from date of receipt and/or delivery date. A notice will be given for those who fail to claim within the specified grace period and are required to explain in writing within 2 working days upon receipt of notice stating the reason for not claiming it, Succeeding requests will not be entertained until valid justification is presented.

Please be guide accordingly.





P. E. TEACHER

-         BSE-PEHM /  MAPEH graduate


-         Preferably a LET passer


-         preferably with teaching experience


P . E . INSTRUCTOR

-         BSE major in PEHM


-         Preferably with teaching experience


Pep Squad Champs in Cheer Battle
De La Salle Lipa Danzcom Pep Squad nailed the Championship title in the National Cheerleading Championship (NCC) held last March 8, 2014 at Mall of Asia Arena. Representing South Luzon, the Lady Chevrons, in army-inspired suit, topped the Collegiate All-Girls Pom Category in a 2.30 minute routine battling 16 best squads in the country.

NCC is the Philippines' first and only nationwide cheerleading organization.  NCC conducts competitions in provinces and cities all across the country, called the Regional Qualifiers.  Top teams move on to compete in the best of the country's biggest cheerleading competition, the Nationals. 





INITIAL LIST OF CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION BATCH 2014
Pdf Download [ Click here ]

Update on the Male Full-time Faculty and Staff Uniform SY 2014-2015
Please be informed that Supplier Peridou has withdrawn their services and will no longer be accepting the two (2) male uniform prototypes that won during the votation (prototype 1 - Gray and prototype 3 - White).

With this, all male full-time faculty and staff will choose two (2) prototypes to replace those that were pulled out to complete the four (4) prototypes that will be provided by LaMarina. The sample prototypes will be displayed at the C.M. Recto Hall Lobby on February 11, 2014 (8am to 4:30pm only) for votation.

For your information.

Preschoolers Briones, Bautista, Story-Telling Winners

De La Salle Lipa is proud of its winning kinder pupils in the recently concluded 'Kindergarten Festival of Talents' for private schools in the District and Division Levels.

On January 7, 2014, pupils Patricia Marie M. Briones and Nina Clare R. Bautista showed their story-telling talent in the District Level for the English and Filipino categories, respectively. Both bagged the first place and qualified for the Division Level which was held on January 9, 2014 where both won again and placed second. 


Briones winning entry in the English category was 'A Wolf in Sheeps Clothing,' while Bautista's entry for the Filipino category was the Tagalog version of the same story Ang Lobo na Nagbalatkayo Bilang Tupa.

Both events were held at the Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School and organized by the Association of Private Pre-Elementary, Elementary and Secondary Administrators of Lipa (APPEAL).










January 2014 Special Non-Working Days
Please be informed that President Benigno Aquino III declared the following Special (Non-Working) Days:
  1. January 20,2014 (Monday) - Lipa City Fiesta - Feast Day of St. Sebastian, the Patron Saint of Lipa City (Presidential Proclamation No. 707)
  2. January 31, 2013(Friday) - Chinese New Year. (Presidential Proclamation No. 655)





CEAS faculty researchers share research findings in intl confab
Publications Officer Joe Macatangay and two CEAS faculty members, Michael Ramos and Romaine Magboo presented their research outputs in the Second International Conference in Language, Literature and Culture held at Parkroyal Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, November 29-30. Sponsored by DLSU Dasmarias and the Alliance of Language and Literature Teachers, Inc., the conference had for its theme: "Teaching and Learning in Local and Multicultural Contexts."

Macatangay shared the results of the context analysis he made for the currently used Learning Package in English for Grade VII. Ramos discussed in his presentation during the conference how SUBLI, a Batangueo native dance has gradually integrated into Christian faith through enculturation. Magboo, on the other hand presented her personally funded paper titled "Psychological Organization for the Promotion of Mental Health (POPMH) Batangas Chapter Philippines: A Case Study."

The conference aimed to convene educators in different parts of the world to share their insights, practices and research findings on the theme.








Bonifacio Day - November 30, 2013
President BenignoS.Aquino III declared November 30, 2013 (Saturday) as a Regular Holiday in celebration of Bonifacio day under Proclamation No. 459.

Thank  you very much.

Process Flow Chart


Available for download























































Process flow chart for Personally-Funded Research

Process flow chart for Internally-Funded Research

Process Flow Chart for Externally-Funded Research

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


















PROCESS FOR THE ISSUANCE OF OEAF ON OCT. 25, 2013







 


ISSUANCE OF OFFICIAL ENROLLEMNT & ASSESSMENT FORM


for 2nd SEM  of AY 2013-2014


OCT. 25, 2013


 


ONLY FOR STUDENTS WITH APPROVED PEF AND:




  • WHO ARE CLEARED FROM ACCOUNTABILITIES IN the fF. offices;




      • student services


      • Registrars Office


      • Accounting OFFICE


  • WHO HAD ENCODED SUBJECTS DURING THE PRE-ENROLLMENT PERIOD


  • WHO ARE NOT DISMISSED


  • WHO HAVE NO FAILURES


  • WHO HAVE FAILURES BUT HAD ALREADY ADJUSTED THEIR ENCODED SUBJECTS DUE TO CONCERNS ON PRE-REQUISITES during the adjustment period; for your schedule, refer  to the schedule and venue stated on the ADJUSTMENT PERIOD

 


note: subjects enlisted in your pre-enrollment forms should BE exactly the same subjects printed in your oeaf, otherwise, your oeaf will not be released


 


 


Proceed to your assigned venue to claim your OEAF, submit approved PEF and present copy of your grades for the 1st semester of AY 2013-2014. Please take note of the payment period. Accounting Office will only accept payments on the said schedules.


 


VENUE



 


A. ALL students including ACADEMIC SCHOLARS (except LAMP scholars):


 












































LAST NAME OF STUDENTS


ROOM ASSIGNMENT


AALA to ATIENZA


MB 101


ATO to CABRAL


MB 103


CABRERA to COMETA


MB 104


COMIA to DURAN


MB 108


DY to GUZMAN


MB 109


HALABASO to LAZARTE


MB 201


LEAO to MALABAO


MB 202


MALACAMAN - MENGETE


MB 203


MERAMBEL to PARILLA


MB 212


PASAJOL to RIZARE


MB 301


ROA to TANZUACO


MB 302


TAPALLA to ZUMARRAGA


MB 303



 









 


For ALL LAMP SCHOLARS except ACADEMIC SCHOLARS (you need to secure Scholarship Status Clearance Form first from the LAMP Office before claiming your OEAF)


 


 
















LAST NAME of Students


ROOM ASSIGNMENT


AALA to DIMAYUGA


CMR 200


DINGLASAN to MAYOR


CMR 202


MEA to ZUBARRO


CMR 204


 


PROCESS:


 


1.    Present your grades for the 1st semester of SY 2013-2014 and the approved Pre-Enrollment Form (PEF) to the Registrars staff. And 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 below:


 




















DATE


YEAR LEVEL/OTHERS


October 25


1st Year


October 29


2nd Year


November 4


3rd Year


November 5


4th, 5th, transferees, returnees and shiftees


 


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


 


NOTE:


 


If you cannot personally process enrollment, your representative should bring an Authorization Letter, photocopy of your school ID and valid ID of your representative.


 











 


ATTENTION:  STUDENTS WHO ARE STILL ON-HOLD


                        AS OF OCTOBER 23, 2013; 4:30PM


 


 


SUBJECT: RELEASE OF GRADES & ISSUANCE OF OEAF


 


 


PROCESS:


 


1. PROCEED TO THE CONCERNED OFFICES TO SETTLE


    YOUR CLEARANCE


2. AFTER PROCESSING YOUR CLEARANCE FROM THE


    CONCERNED OFFICES,   PROCEED TO MB 308 TO SECURE


    COPY OF GRADES AND TO CLAIM YOUR OEAF UPON


    PRESENTATION OF YOUR APPROVED PEF.


 


    NOTE FOR SCHOLARS:


 


    ISSUANCE OF YOUR OEAF WILL BE AT THE ROOMS BELOW:


 


    LAST NAME OF STUDENTS               ROOM ASSIGNMENT


    AALA to DIMAYUGA                             CMR 200


    DINGLASAN to MAYOR                        CMR 202


    MEA to ZUBARRO                                 CMR 204


 

 



Pre-Enrollment Form revised as of 10-16-2013
Download here

DLSL Law Prof Now a Judge
Prof. Robert Victor Consunji Marcon has recently joined the illustrious list of magistrates in the De La Salle Lipa College of Law faculty. Hon. R.V.C Marcon is now the Presiding Judge of the Regional Trial Court, Branch 54, Lucena City. Previous to his appointment, Judge Marcon was a Managing Partner of Cruz Capule Marcon & Nabaza Law Offices. He garnered his Master of Laws degree at the head of his class from PLM Graduate School of Law. He finished law at Arellano Law Foundation and his pre law at the University of the Philippines Diliman. Judge Marcon teaches Copyright & Intellectual Property Laws, Insurance Law ,and Transportation Law.

CONGRATULATIONS, YOUR HONOR!

National Holiday and Semestral Break
Please be informed of the following schedules:
  1. October 15, 2013 (Tuesday) - Regular Holiday - Feast of Sacrifice or Eidul Adha (Proclamation No. 658)
  2. October 28, 2013 (Monday)- Special (Non-Working) Holiday - Synchronized Barangay and Sangguniang Kabataan (SK) Elections (Proclamation No. 656)
  3. October 30-31, 2013 and November 3, 2013 - Semestral break and Partial School Shut Down for faculty and staff. Employees who wish to enter the school premises may request permission in writing from the Office of the VCAd.
  4. November 1 & 2, 2013 - Special (Non-Working) Holiday (Proclamation No. 295) - Full School Shut Down. The campus will be off-limits to students and personnel and there will be no internet connection.

Everyone is expected to be back for regular work on November 4, 2013 (Monday).


PHYSICS LABORATORY CUSTODIAN

-      graduate of any 4-year related degree program              


-      can handle and familiar with laboratory equipment and apparatus


PRE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS / 2nd SEM AY 2013-2014 / Aug 26 to Sept 20
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Pagcaliwagan reaps awards in int'l math tourneys
Lasallians proved to be excellent in academics once again- that they do not only shine in academic competitions locally but also internationally.

Our Grade 3 student, Gerald Pagcaliwagan of BB 104 proved this to be true. He bagged two bronze medals in the ASIA MATH CUP, 22nd King of Mathematics International Competition and received a Merit Award in the Gifted Mathematics Green World Cup International Tournament in Hong Kong last July 24-28, 2013.

Out of hundreds of hopefuls, Pagcaliwagan made it to the international competitions after his remarkable performance in the series of training programs and made him eligible to be part of the Philippine teams, according to International Contest Committee Chairman, Eduardo DeLa Cruz, Jr., Ed. D.

On the other hand Gerald reaped the fruit of his labor- being an honor student and an MTAP champion.
Gerald, at his early age, is a living proof that truly great beginnings start here.


President's Council Time with the VCAD Offices (Second Batch)
September 16, 2013/ 9:00AM / Board Room

HRD


Ms. Ces Quigley
Ms. Jean Bermudez
Ms. Noemi de Torres
Ms. Susara Panaligan
Mr. Niel Nitro
Ms. Kristine Madrid

GSD
Lucero, Alex C.
Calalo, Romel M.
Castillo, Erwin L.
Catapang, Jesus R.
Cubilla, Alfredo Jr.
de Chavez, Dominador R,
Dimayuga Resty R.
Encinas, Reymel H.
Fetalver, Lunasco C.
Fule, Ulysses T.
Quiros, Melvin G.
Gutuerrez, Arnel J.
Juan Carlo Gutierrez
Lalamunan, Maximo G. Jr.
Tagapulot, Engr. Marino S.
Loreto, Freddie
Masongsong, Fransisco L.
Rubis, Risty T.

ICT

Marissa Malaluan
Gil Panganiban
Jerwin Lasin
JC Luna
Ronie Gonzales
Rex Caibigan
Ian Generoso
Michelle Magsombol
Angelica Recio
Jezriel Bajan
Gail Jonas Velasco

CPD

Me-ann
Joseph

President's Council Time with the VCAD Offices (First Batch)
September 5, 2013 / 9:00am / Board Room

HRD

Sheila Alvarez
Ms. Raquel Inciong
Ms. Nina Reyes
Ms. Juliet Dimayuga
Ms. Lea Pasia
Mr. AJ Toreja
Ms. Maria Theresa Atienza

GSD

Engr. Cid Frio
Magsino, Florentino, Jr.D.
Bonito, Edgardo
Villapando, Romeo S.
Lumbera, Alexis L.
Reyes, Joselito S.
Raya, Eduardo L.
Majoda, Noel M.
Mercado, Arellano C.
Marasigan, Mario M.
Manalo, Conrado S.
Maghinay, Priscilla C.
Magbilang, Anastacio O.
Magalona, Jose Ronnie B.
Malapitan, Eustaquio M.
Llanes, Jose
Gamol, Rey

ICT

Allan Lucero
Arnel Albis
Jason Balayantoc
Ruben Frane
Ronald Ariola
Paulo Jeromme Lescano
Reden Ramirez
Melchor Delasalas
Jerome Dimaculangan
Nerio Landing

CPD
Ferdie
Boying

IMPORTANT REMINDER
Please be informed that all students are required to evaluate their subject teachers this 1st semester of SY 2013-2014. The evaluation portal will be opened from September 2 to 30, 2013. Just follow the link below for  the online evaluation:

All new students are reminded that the attendance to the orientation and on-line evaluation of teachers are requirements for students' clearance. The HRD office has set another schedule for orientation at the CMR bldg. 2nd floor, HR Function Room for those who have not yet attended with the following schedules:
September 3 (Tues) 2:30 - 3:30
September 5 (Thurs) 2:30 - 3:00

For inquiries, you may contact Ms. Sara of HRD at local 210 or direct line 981-0011.





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

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

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

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

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

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

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




What shall I do for the tuition and other fees discrepancy?
Please visit the Accounting office for clarification and/or appropriate adjustment/s of your account in eWiz.

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 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.

PAG-IBIG UPDATES
Please be informed of the following Pag-IBIG updates:

  1. Pag-IBIG Lipa Service Office -
    Pag-IBIG Service Desk Office is now open at Robinson's Lipa, 2nd Floor
    (Near DFA) to provide services like verifications, loan, application and
    processing.
  2. Pag-IBIG Loan Application and Claiming of Checks - A qualified employee will only need to submit the latest two (2) payslips and photocopy of two (2) valid IDs. The Community Tax Certificate (Sedula) will no longer required.  Pag-IBIG
    loan checks cam be claimed from the service desk after three (3)
    working days if the MPL application were filed in the Service Desk
    Office.
  3. New Savings Option of Pag-IBIG known as Pag-IBIG II - What is Pag-IBIG II?Pag-IBIG
    II is a voluntary program that gives Pag-IBIG members a savings option
    with higher yields and shorter terms. It is open to all Pag-IBIG members
    and OFWs with a monthly gross income exceeding P5,000.00. Under
    Pag-IBIG II, a member may contribute as low as P500 monthly, with a term
    as short as 5 years. Pag-IBIG  savings are entitled to a preferential
    rate that is higher than that of Pag-IBIG I. The dividend rate is
    determined withing the first quarter of the year and approved by the
    Board of Trustees
  4.  Pag-IBIG Online Registration and Records Updating - Pag-IBIG now REQUIRES the Membership Identification (MID) Numbers
    for all transaction. This will be part of their procedure to enhance
    the system that will make their services even faster and more efficient.
    Without the MID, processing of transactions may cause delays
    particularly in applying for a Multi-Purpose Loan.

Procedure on how to Register or Update Information to Pag-IBIG Online:

1. Register or update the personal information by visiting the Pag-IBIG website www.pagibigfund.gov.ph Click the E-Services under the Membership Registration button.

1.1
Employees with existing Pag-IBIG Membership Identification (MID) Cards
may update their personal information online by selection the "Update Registration Information"
button using the Pag-IBIG MID Number. Employees will also be asked to
provide their personal security code as written on their MID Cards.

1.2 Employees without MID shall secure a Regustration Tracking Number (RTN) by clicking the "Register as New Member" button. Employees need to follow the additional online instructions to acquire their permanent MID numbers. The newly-acquired MID Number must be submitted to the HRD Office for proper records updating.

5.Online Housing Loan Application -
Employees who are interested to avail of the Pag-IBIG housing loan my
file online after the completion of the individual registration and
updating of records.


For more inquiries, you may look for Ms. Juliet Dimayuga of the HRD or call local 210. Thank You Very Much.




Nationwide Holidays
Please be informed that President Benigno Aquino III declared the following Nationwide Holidays in the country in observance of:
  1. Eid'l Fitr/Feast of Ramadan (Regular Non-Working Holiday) - Friday, August 9, 2013 as per Presidential Proclamation No. 629
  2. Ninoy Aquino Day (Special Non-Working Holiday) - Wednesday, August 21, 2013 as per Presidential Proclamation No. 459
  3. National Heroes Day (Regular Non-Working Holiday) - Last Monday of August, August 26, 2013 as per Presidential Proclamation No. 459


Thank  you very much.


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United States of America
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Indonesia
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Japan
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Project Engineer
- Preferably Licenced Civil Engineer as the bulk of the work entails civil works.
- At least 3 year work experience in the project supervision/management of commercial, educational bldg.
- Know how to read plans and specification
- Know how to estimate
- Knowledgeable in various project planning software
- Must have understanding of construction terms, scheduling and planning concepts.
- Knowledgeable in various code/standard, i.e., ACI, ASTM, ASME, ASHREA etc.
- Proficient in oral and written communication
- Preferably BOSH certified Documentation skills 25 years old and above Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel and other applications

President's Office



President's Office



Preschool









Nursery 1,2
& Kinder

The Preschool Department of the Integrated
School is committed in providing kids with a
happy and stimul
ating environment that will
foster the development of social, emotional
and psychomotor skills. Pupils are trained
to be well-rounded individuals who show
confidence as they interact with their teachers
and classmates.


Children are becoming
more interested in their
environment and the people
they share it with. They learn
to play and interact with
others, generally exploring
the world around them.


SPECIAL PROGRAMS OFFERED

- Star Pupil

- Small Group Activity

- Creative Thematic Activities




STAR PUPIL is a program intended for the Nursery, & Kinder pupils. It aims to develop the self-confidence and social skills of the pupils. It helps the children become themselves to discover their passions and their abilities and to put them to use in making theworld a better place.



SMALL GROUP ACTIVITY (SGA) is a program that bridges the gap for students who are lagging below
grade level and give them the skills they need to achieve academic success. The major function of the said activity is to provide instructional services to a wide variety of students.







 

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



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

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

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


HRM & Tourism faculty

1. Ms. Jean Aggan

2. Mr. Roy Aguba

3. Ms. Jocelyn Dimayuga

4. Ms. Rhikie Rose Maranan

5. Mr. Patrick Henry Maravilla

6. Ms. Evangeline M. Necio

7. Ms. Joreen Rocamora

8. Ms. Andrenelyn Varona


Chez Rafael Personnel


1. Ms. Geness Aclan

2. Mr. John Gordo

3. Ms. Edna Inanda

4. Ms. Jovita Morada

5. Mr. Bernardo Quinonez

6. Mr. Noli Rodaje


LICA Staff


1. Ms. Jobelle Manalo



Presidential Management Office
This Thursday, June 26, 2013 at 12 o'clock noon, we shall be formally closing the Golden Jubilee Year Through out noontime mass and simple ceremony at the Capilla. Student Organization Officers and Top Administrators of the College Departments are requested to attend.

PRE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS / SUMMER AY 12-13 / Feb. 18, 2013
SUBJECT OFFERINGS for 2013-2014 1st Semester
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LIST OF STUDENTS WITH ACCOUNTABILITIES
for the 2nd SEMESTER OF SY 2012-2013
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SUBJECT OFFERINGS AND SCHEDULES FOR 2012-2013 SUMMER
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PRE-ENROLLMENT PROCESS / SUMMER AY 12-13 / Feb. 18, 2013
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ENROLLMENT PROCESS FOR THE FIRST SEMESTER OF AY 2013-2014 APRIL 17 – JUNE 7, 2013
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FRESHMEN RESERVATION & ENROLLMENT PROCESS FIRST SEMESTER OF SCHOOL YEAR 2013-2014
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List of dissolved subjects & recommended section where students can join 2nd semester of AY 2012-2013
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