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

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

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

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

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





Subject Offerings-1st Sem of AY 2017-2018

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Important Dates for the Academic Year 2017-2018

Statement of De La Salle Philippines President Br. Jose Mari Jimenez FSC on the conflict in Marawi

SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF AIR CONDITIONING UNITS AT MABINI, CBEAM, BB AND BG BLDG.

Saint Brother Jaime Hilario Scholarship

Success Marks Junior High's MTAP Challenge
De La Salle Lipa's Junior High School math wiz contestants dominated once more the 2017 Metrobank-DepEd MTAP Math Challenge Division Round held March 17, 2017, hosted by the institution.

Students from Grades 7 to 9 earned top awards, while Grade 10 students, Martin Andrei Flores and Lanz Lorenzo Bosita, made their own mark after their notable participation.

The following Mathletes landed First Place in the Division Round:

Grade 7: Christian David Corto and Gian Miguel Barte

Grade 8: Angelo Vince Perez and Chzean Klyde Espiritu

Grade 9: Kiana Alecsandra Garing and Elizabeth Kho

Meanwhile, their MTAP quest did not end in the division level as both Garing and Kho advanced in the 2017 Metrobank-MTAP Math Challenge Regional Finals held March 31 at Candelaria Elementary School, Candelaria, Quezon.

The Grade 9 Mathletes landed First Runner-Up in the Oral Round while Garing likewise bagged Second Runner-Up in the Individual Written Category. It was another successful engagement for the young Lasallians with assistance from their mentor, Ma. Theresa Marquez.

In addition, the Division of Lipa completed the Regional Finals with an Overall First Runner-Up award.




SAYA Alay kay Lolo at Lola 2017
A total of 1,115 third year college students assembled and warmly welcomed the senior citizens from Barangays Tibig, Mataas Na Lupa, and Makina in Lipa and Balete, Batangas on March 10, 2017 at the SENTRUM.

The program dubbed "SAYA Alay kay Lolo at Lola" is organized regularly by the Community Involvement Office under the "Lasalyanong Pagtugon at Pagbubukas-Palad," in cooperation with the Lipa City Federation of Senior Citizens Association, Inc. (LICFOSCA). It is an annual event that brings both the young ones and young once together in an interactive undertaking.

In fact, presentations were packed with thoughtful performances and segments that affirmed the guests' self-worth, which eventually bonded the two groups.

Although the young Lasallians were meant to provide entertainment, the senior citizens, donned in elegant Baro't Saya and Barong Tagalog, delighted the crowd with their dance and song numbers.
 
After a half-day activity, the processing deeply moved the blended groups and brought tears to their eyes following a profound reflection on the short-lived bonding. Such a heartwarming scene often occurs every time the groups are about to part ways, similar to the previous batch of students who rediscovered and learned to value more the senior citizens.




Subject Offerings for Summer of SY 2016-2017

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Special Issue: Foundation Week Volume XIV Issue No. 7

DLSL Confers Semper Fidelis Award to Br. Armin Luistro FSC
Semper Fidelis, which literally means always faithful, is the newest recognition that De La Salle Lipa has recently bestowed upon a deserving recipient who happens to be a De La Salle Brother, alumnus, and Lipeno, Br. Armin A. Luistro FSC.

The Semper Fidelis Award (SFA) "is the highest award given by De La Salle Lipa to an individual committed to its strategic intents of educating for equity and justice and educating for sustainable and inclusive development. It acknowledges that stakeholder's support and engagement to the institution's achievements of its targets that are highly valued and treasured. De La Salle Lipa would like to recognize the meritorious contributions of external partners in pursuit of its mission to give quality human and Christian education to all, building a society founded on equity and justice, and sustainable and inclusive development."

The former Department of Education Secretary was conferred DLSL's ultimate recognition for being "a distinguished advocate for inclusive and innovative education in the Philippine educational system; exercising bold, courageous and visionary leadership; faithfully exemplifying the philosophy, principles, values and practices of De La Salle Lipa; and contributing substantially to diversity and excellence in Philippine education."

In fact, organizations have expressed their agreement as he was described by the Coordinating Council of Private Educational Associations (COCOPEA) in their citation to Br. Armin as "the one who significantly disrupted the education sector" and "the man who made the elephants dance," for accomplishing the impossible.

A quote from Br. Armin is a strong testament of his motivation in his pursuit of excellence, "We should not lose sight of the immense power of reason and intellect that academic institutions can easily harness to prohibit the full regression of this nation to a state of stupor."

Along with the handcrafted wooden plaque with a gold medal that was presented by the DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Dante R. Amisola FSC, an endowment worth Php 100,000.00 will be named after the awardee to mark his valuable contribution to De La Salle Lipa in perpetuity.

The awarding ceremony coincided with the opening of his homecoming exhibit titled "Journey 61:16" on February 24, 2017 at the College Learning Resource Center.



SHS Wins in Business Competition
The Senior High School Accountancy, Business and Management (ABM) Strand successfully engaged in its initial business venture through their mini-company, Star Noodles. The collective effort of the group composed of Grades 11 and 12 student volunteers was recognized as Company of the Year - second runner-up by the Junior Achievement Philippines, Inc. (JAPI).

The dynamic young team likewise received several recognitions such as Top 10 Business Plan; Sherwyn Suarez, Executive Vice President for Marketing, second runner-up; Jemima Magnaye, Executive Vice President for Human Resource, first runner-up; John Lloyd Marasigan, Executive Vice President for Production, first runner-up; Allyssa Marie Mercado, Executive Vice President for Finance, champion; Jewel Therese Concordia, Outstanding Member of the Year; and Mr. Alan Pagsuyuin - Adviser of the Year. The awarding ceremony was held at the Asian Institute of Management, Makati City on January 10, 2017.

The institution's partnership with JAPI's Business Skills Pass (BSP) Program aims to train students in operating a "mini-company" from capitalization to liquidation, by providing leadership and business training programs for students and mentors, consultations, and program materials. 

At the end of the simulation, students undergo online assessment test to gauge learning outcomes before receiving their certification.  The BSP is a two-part program for the business track, JA Be Entrepreneurial (Practical Business Planning) for Grade 11 and JA Company Program (Business Implementation) for Grade 12.

The Company of the Year competition is the culminating event where students present their annual reports against other SHS mini-companies while participating executives of Zuelig, HR Solutions, Jaime Sybauco & Associates, Bectel Corporation, COL Financial and JA Philippines conducted a series of interviews.

This year's winner company from St. Scholastica will represent the country in the international competition to be held in Japan in February.










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

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

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

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



Jubilarians Hosts #AnimoIre
Silver Jubilarians - Batch 1991 - hosted the De La Salle Lipa Grand Alumni Homecoming on December 30, 2016 Dubbed #AnimoIre. It imbibed a fusion of Batangueno and Lasallian theme that was infused with pop culture. This apparently brought the alumni from different generations together, including their former mentors.
The annual event fittingly commenced with a celebration of the Holy Eucharist at the Capilla de San Juan Bautista de La Salle, led by alumnus, Fr. Antonio Umali.

Celebrations continued at the SENTRUM as the host's working committee chair, Lizette Marajas, warmly welcomed fellow alumni while the event's emcees from the host batch, Glenda Ochoa, Gerald De Guzman, Joel Alcala and Irene Sayas, kicked off the party.

President and Chancellor, Br. Dante Jose Amisola FSC, was on hand to share his warm wishes to everyone and thanked the alumni for a heartwarming celebration of the homecoming. The Brother President likewise, together with former De La Salle Lipa Alumni, Incorporated President, Dr. Joey Panganiban, led the Board of Trustees induction of officers: President, Antonio Martin Tarnate (HS '74); Vice President-External, Reman M. Recio (HS '74); Vice President-Internal, Maria Crecelda D. Roldan (HS '90); Secretary, Dr. Maria Lovely M. Cacho (HS '83); and Auditor, Jose "Joel" Estrella Jr. (HS '79); together with the Board of Trustees, Dr. Benito Atienza (HS '79), Ricardo Leyesa (HS '64), Lizette B. Marajas (HS '91), Joel U. Pena (HS '82), and Gina L. Sabater (HS '82).  

The host batch never forgot to look back and reminisce on their memorable moments and acknowledged their teachers who celebrated with them and shared in the nostalgia.



SPLASHED 2.0: Bigger and Better Color Fun Run
The SPLASHED 2.0: Color Fun Run, the biggest event of the Student Coordinating Board for this year was held on October 22, 2016, Saturday.

The fun run consisted of three courses: 500-meter dash (Oval), 3k run (Oval to Medix), and 5k run (Oval to SM Lipa). Runners were given a race kit which included a ticket stub, luminous sticks, and color packets.

It started at 5:15 AM followed by a short warm-up headed by the SCB Officers. The 5km runners started at 5:30 AM and the 3km runners started at 5:45 AM.

Runners practically took a shower using the fire hose and were splashed with colorful powder in the course of the marathon.

Over 1000 runners joined from the Integrated School, colleges, alumni, Lasallian Partners, and guests. Proceeds from the run was donated to the victims of typhoon Lawin.



Subject Offerings for 2016-2017 2nd Semester

September 2016 | Volume XIV Issue No. 2

Style Guide for Lasallian Family in the Philippines

Special Non-Working Day
Please be informed of the following:

  1. September 8, 2016 (Thursday) - (Proclamation No. 44)
    President of the Philippines, Rodrigo Roa Duterte declared the said date as Special Non-Working day in the Province of Batangas for holding of its annual festival to promote tourism and strengthen historical and cultural awareness of the province. 

  2. September 12, 2016 (Monday) - (Proclamation No. 47)
    The office of the City Mayor declared the said date as a special non-working day in the City of Lipa in observance of the National Pilgrimage, a day of prayer for peace and the sanctification of the clergy.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you very much.

Schedule of ID Picture Taking for for OFFICIALLY ENROLLED STUDENTS as of AUGUST 19, 2016
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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.

SHS Vouncher Required Document

The
Lasallian Assistance Management Program (LAMP) Office is requesting all Grade
11 students who are Qualified Voucher Recipients (QVR) to submit QVR
certificate while Grade 11 - ESC completers (except
DLSL completers)
are requested to submit ESC certification at the LAMP
Office located at CMR 105. Deadline for the submission of these documents is on
or before August 19, 2016.


Senior High Gears Up for Opening of Classes
With the upcoming opening of classes of the Senior High School (SHS) on August 1, 2016, the De La Salle Lipa community makes sure everything is in place and the students are well oriented.

Thus, an assembly of the incoming Grade 11 students was held on July 25, 2016 for an orientation.

Representatives of key offices shared fundamental and paramount information for the benefit of the old and new students alike.

Starting off with the remarks from the SHS Asst. Principal, Rene Villanueva, he was followed by the Integrated School Principal, Mayolisa Mantuano, who delivered an insightful message to the young Lasallians. Specific topics were presented by the following: ABM Strand Coordinator, Alan Pagsuyuin, on the Organizational Structure, Brothers Community, Administrators and other Key Personnel; STEM Strand Coordinator, Iezyl Torino, on SHS Academic Policies; SHS Discipline Officers, Mario Katigbak and Mercy Lescano, on SHS Norms and Discipline; College Library Head, Chona Chavez, on Learning Resource Center Policy; SHS Guidance Counselor, Nery Dumol, on Guidance Services; SHS Activity Officer, Melissa Ishikawa on SHS Student Activities; and SHS Community Involvement Officer, Kathryn Trivino, on Community Involvement.

After the presentations concluded, an open forum subsequently took place, facilitated by HUMSS & GAS Strands Coordinator, Ma. Jocelyn Jaucian.

The DLSL community is all set as more than 1,200 Grade 11 students are expected to report under the following strands: STEM-18 sections, ABM-11 sections, HUMSS-5 sections, and GAS-1 section.





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.

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

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

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

For questions/clarifications, please coordinate with your representatives:

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

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

Ms. Kristine Anne Dimaculangan - IS High School Faculty

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

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


Thank you very much.

Special (Non-Working) Day - June 20, 2016
President Benigno S. Aquino III declared June 20, 2016 (Monday) as a Special (Non-Working) Day in celebration of Foundation Day Anniversary of the City of Lipa under Proclamation No.1268. 

Thank you very much.

Scholarship Application for 1st Semester, SY 2016-2017

The LAMP Office is now accepting Scholarship Applicants (4 slots) for



1st Sem, SY 2016-2017.



 



Eligibility:



·  
No incomplete and/or failing grade for
2nd sem SY 2015-2016



·  
At least GPA of 2.5 for 2nd
Sem SY 2015-2016



·  
Family economic status is financially
challenged



 



Qualified applicants must submit the following:



·  Personal
Information
  Sheet  (To be issued after the receipt of the copy of grades)



·  
Recommendation from the adviser To be issued after the receipt of the copy of grades)



·  
Copy of grades for 2nd sem
SY15-16



·  
Sketch Location of Residence



·  
Letter of intent from Parent



·  
Electric and Water Consumption
receipts for at least 2 months



·  
Latest ITR of parents OR certification
of Tax Exemption.



For
OFW: latest copy of contract or proof of income



·  
Barangay Clearance of the applicant



· Two pieces
passport size pictures
(with nameplate & white
background)



·  
Recent Medical Certificate



·  
Clear photocopy of NSO Birth
Certificate



 











 


Please
submit all the requirements in a long brown envelop on June 24, 2016 from
1:00pm - 4:00pm with your parents for the final interview. Applicants with INCOMPLETE
requirements will not be interviewed.

Schedule for the Anti-Flu Vaccination and other Important Information
We would like to inform those who signed up for the Anti-flu vaccine that:

  1. The schedule for the vaccination will be on:

    JUNE 2, 2016 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM
    1:00 PM - 4:30 PM

    JUNE 3, 2016 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    1:00 PM - 4:30 PM


  2. The amount of vaccine is Php390.00/pax.

  3. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted from the salary in two (2) paydays only (June 10 and June 25, 2016).

  4. OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
    1. Only children who are three (3) years old and above can be vaccinated.
    2. A person/child who will avail of the vaccine MUST HAVE NO ALLERGIES TO CHICKEN AND EGGS.
    3. If a person/child has certain allergies, kindly inform the Institutional Services Staff.
    4. A person/child must not have acute illness such as colds, cough and fever at the time of the administration of the vaccine.

For questions and clarifications, please feel free to call the Institutional Health Services at local 214 and look for Ms. Thess Atienza.

Thank you very much.

Schedule of Advanced HRIS (AHRIS) Re-orientation
The Human Resource Department in partnership with ICTC has scheduled a re-orientation seminar on the use of the Advanced HRIS (AHRIS). The seminar will help users to be familiar and to fully understand the features of the system. Please be guided by the schedule and venue below:
     
  1. Schedule of Self-Service Users Training
       
    ATTENDEESDATETIMEVENUE
    OVCM, OVCAd, OP Staff & CIHTM
    May 24, 2016 
    (Tuesday)
    1:00 pm to 2:30 pm

    3rd Floor, Diokno
    Computer Lab

    3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
    May 25, 2016
    (Wednesday)
    8:30 am to 10:00 am
    OVCAR, IS Faculty & Staff
    May 25, 2016
    (Wednesday)
    10:30 am to 12:00 noon
    1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
    3:00 pm to 4:30 pm
    OVCAR, College Faculty and Staff
    May 26, 2016
    (Thursday)
    8:30 am to 10:0 am
    10:30 pm to 12:00 noon
    1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
         
  2. Schedule of the Managerial Users Training
                                                                                                                                                               
    ATTENDEESDATETIMEVENUE
    College Administrators
    May 30, 2016 
    (Monday)
    8:30 am to 10:00 am

    2nd Floor, GZ 201
    Computer Lab

    IS Administrators10:30 am to 12:00 noon
    OVCM, OVCAR, OVCAd & OP Administrators1:00 pm to 3:30 pm
     
All full-time faculty and staff are required to attend the orientation. Please refer to your respective schedules. Co-workers who cannot attend on their scheduled date should call HRD for rescheduling.

Thank you for you usual cooperation.

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.

Senior High School Pioneer Batch Culmination
Twenty-six Grade 12 students shall go down in history of De La Salle Lipa as the pioneer batch to complete the Senior High School (SHS).

The maiden batch, together with the De La Salle Lipa community, reveled in the culmination of their two years of hard work in the uncharted territory called SHS.

Batch Valedictorian, Angelicka Marie L. De Castro, was at the same time, the top awardee in the Accountancy, Business & Management (ABM) Strand and the model student under the same strand; while Jirom Nikko Z. Custodio and Andrea A. Bautista were the top awardees in the Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) Strand.

For the special awards, Jhasmine B. Laylo was the model student under STEM, John Erick D. Azucena received the loyalty award and Andrea A. Bautista was bestowed the St. John Baptist De La Salle recognition.

This most recent milestone of the institution coincided with the recognition ceremonies of the Grade 10 completers on March 31, 2016 at the SENTRUM.

Below are this years graduates per strand.

STEM
Ada, Kryzza Camille B.
Azucena, John Erick D.
Bautista, Andrea A.
Bautista, Julius Caesar C.
Catanyag, Mark Joseph P.
Ceriaca, Mark Lester M.
Custodio, Jirom Nikko Z.
Lalamunan, Aries R.
Laylo, Jhasmine B.
Mabiling, Israel C.
Medina, Aljohn Paul L.
Mercado, Lucky Bryan L.
Orias, Maria Esthea M.
Mertillo, Ylla Kaye Joshua L.
Naik, Saijan S.
Permentilla, Raymond Troy E.
Recinto, Patrick L.
Sangalang, Danica A.
Santiago III, Leonilo L.
Sero, Dorethy Mae L.
 

ABM
Altamirano, Maureen F.
De Castro, Angelicka Marie L.
Maullion Lei Ann A.
Pasia, Clarence Joyce S.
Punzalan, Rosalie T.
Yomero, Ara Mae T.




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

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

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

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




Summer 2015-2016 - Enrollment Schedule





 


ENROLLMENT SCHEDULE


 


for SUMMER of SY 2015-2016


 


 























Date


YEAR LEVEL


April 12


First Year


April 13


Second Year


April 14


Third Year


April 15


Fourth & Fifth Year


April 18


Start of Classes


 







COMPUTER LABORATORY


ASSIGNMENT


 

















LAST NAME OF STUDENT


COMPUTER LABORATORY


A to F


MB 409


G to M


MB 509


N to Z


MB 510


Grade School Studes Win Rotaract Top Prize
Strike while the iron is hot. It was the most fitting expression for the pupils of De La Salle Lipa, fresh from a prior feat which proved that they were unstoppable.

Overall Champion, Paolo Miguel Torres (Grade 6), Gerard Elmer Ilagan (Grade 6) and Matthew Dalangin (Grade 5) with coaches, Verna Dimaala, Lorna Bagares, and Leonie Landicho, rightfully bagged the most coveted title at the 6th Rotaract Academic Challenge held at De La Salle Lipa on February 20, 2016.

The event was participated in by 18 schools from the Division of Lipa that vied for the Rotaract title sponsored by the Rotary Club of Metro Lipa.




Subject Offerings for SY 2016-2017 1st Semester as of February 22, 2016
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MTAP Math Challenge Champs Advance to Regional Finals
Shortly after their victory in the MTAP Math Challenge Elimination in January, the elite members of De La Salle Lipa's Grade School Math team garnered more titles in the 2016 MTAP MATH Challenge Mental Oral Round held on February 4, 2016.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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




Summer Letter of Intent

All scholars who
will be required to enroll this Summer 2016 are requested to submit letter of intent (duly signed by the
Office Head for Non Academic Scholars) at the LAMP Office on or before February 22, 2016. Please attach the program prospectus
highlighting the courses you would be enrolling.


SAFETY AND SECURITY OFFICER
Qualification Standards
-      graduate of any 4-year degree course

-    accredited by Bureau of Working Condition, DOLE or Safety Organization of the Philippines

-    certified by any accredited organization on Basic Occupational Safety and Health Training Course




Safety and Security Officer
With the resignation of Mr. Juan Carlo S. Gutierrez as Safety and Security Officer, please be informed that effective February 11, 2016, Mr. Michael H. Kasilag will be the person in charge of the safety and security of the institution under the General Services. Ms. Concepcion B. Endozo will assume the position as Head of the College Discipline Office. This change in assignment will be effective until further notice.

Please accord to them the necessary assistance and support as they perform their new assignment.

Thank you.

Subject Offerings for 2015-2016 Summer as of February 4, 2016
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Shakey's V League Int'l Championship: PH vs PH
It all came down to Philippines A - Southern Luzon, a De La Salle Lipa-led team, against the Philippines B - National Capital Region, a National University-led team, junior high school girls event.

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

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

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

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




Submission of Topic Outlines for iACE Public Seminars
De La Salle Lipa's Institute for Advanced Continuing Education (iACE) is a new unit that is entrusted to offer customized solutions to small business owners, large corporations, human service agencies, local government workers and indiviual career changers using the expertise of DLSL's faculty and staff.

The iACE can offer various topics based on the skills, expertise or interest of DLSL faculty and staff. You can deliver topics on Management, Leadership, Finance, Human Resources, Personality Development, Technology, Health & Wellness, Arts, Hobbies, etc.

If you are interested to share your knowledge, skills or talent in a public seminar, please let us know at the iACE. You may follow the format below:
  1. Proposed Seminar Title
  2. Brief description of the program
  3. Target Audience
  4. Duration
  5. Topic Outline

Please submit your proposal in MS Word format and e-mail it to iACE@dlsl.edu.ph.

For inquiries, you may call us at local 297 and look for Ms. Jean Angeles.

Live Jesus in Our Hearts. Forever!

All Praise, Thanksgiving: Testimonial Dinner for Engr. Mijeno
Similar to a close-knit family gathering, select members of the community got together for the testimonial dinner for Engr. Aisa and her brother, Raphael Mijeno, on 2 December 2015, hosted by the Brothers' community at their house.

Both alumni of De La Salle Lipa, Engr. Mijeno, Computer Engineering, Batch 2006, and Raphael, HS Batch 2005, have made quite a buzz, especially the former, when she shared the stage with no less than the US President, Barack Obama, and Alibaba CEO, Jack Ma, during the APEC Summit in November 2015, to discuss her invention "the Sustainable Alternative Lighting or SALt lamp."

After the scrumptious dinner, the DLSL President and Chancellor, Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. took the floor to introduce Engr. Mijeno and her brother to retell their story that shook up the country in the most positive way, leaving the media in frenzy to hear straight from them the enviable experience of their close encounters with two of the most powerful and influential people in the world.

The vice chancellors, deans, and directors, along with the Brothers were all in anticipation of their story that have been sought not only by the media, but by interested companies, agencies, and institutions' groups of people who could not wait to get their hands on the lamp which drew the attention of the world.

Their mother, Brenda Mijeno, was beaming with pride as she sat among the members of the DLSL community who had their undivided attention on Engr. Mijeno and her brother who animatedly recounted the event that made them overnight sensations.

From the time she received a call from the White House to invite her for a panel discussion with Pres. Obama and Ma (which she thought would involve other Philippine delegates, only to find out that she will be the lone guest who will share the stage with the two big names), up to the personal invitation of the business mogul for mentoring, it was nothing but surreal according to the siblings.

Despite her initial hesitation, the young inventor accepted the offer after consulting Raphael who advised her not to pass up the once in a lifetime chance. True enough, the odds were on their favor as overwhelming offers and interests flooded immediately after the event.

Dreaming big for the benefit of the Filipinos, Engr. Mijeno said that the lamp is only the beginning. She intends to further develop her technology and maybe soon provide the electrical supply of an island in the country.  

At the end of the momentous dinner, the DLSL administrators took turns to take selfie with the now celebrity siblings.

Photo courtesy of Engr. Aisa Mijeno

SGV & CO. Sponsors JPIA's 9th Brother President's Cup
The Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) - DLSL Chapter, in partnership with one of the country's largest auditing firm, SGV & Co., hosted the 9th Brother President’s Cup at the DLSL grounds, Nov. 28.
This is also in cooperation with Deloitte Philippines (Navarro Amper & Co.), Punongbayan & Araullo, Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE) and iCPA.

Aiming to promote camaraderie among students across Region IV through different academic and non-academic competitions, the event pulled off with more than 600 delegates from 17 colleges and universities in Region IV.
Simultaneously conducted was Accounting Congress (ACCESS) 2015 with the theme "Roadmapping the Future of the Accounting Profession" at the SENTRUM. Accountancy and Accounting Technology students from DLSL also attended this event.

Among the keynote speakers were Mario Demarillas, CFE, COBIT (F), CRISC, CISM, CISA, CIA, CPA who discussed Information Technology Audit and Randy Potski, CPA who shared ways on achieving the right corporate success attitude.

The event concluded with last year’s champion, Laguna College, being hailed once more as the Brother President’s Cup Overall Champion, bringing home items from the sponsors, the new green crystalline revolving trophy and a cash prize.

Photo courtesy of Izza Bautista





DLSL Sweeps Award in UPLB Regional Contest
Sweeping all awards in the UPLB Biglaang Pagbigkas '15, De La Salle Lipa's junior high school representatives surely made quite an impression at the annual fest, hosted by the College of Developmental Communication.

This year's big winners, Patricia Ellaine Banaag, Grade 9, first place; Mariane Nicole Gamboa, Grade 10, second place; and Alfonso Miguel Villanueva, Grade 10, third place, shared their fascinating perspective in light with the theme regarding the country's national language,Filipino: Wika ng Pambansang Kaunlaran.


As the DLSL delegation's companion and mentor, Darius Cantos was able to impart gist of the winning contestants' compelling discussion relative to their individual topic.

The quick-witted and astute Lasallians outsmarted other contestants with clever remarks, such as Banaags persuasive take on establishing the significance of the Filipino language in pursuing one's career against the widely used - English - the universal language; Gamboa's enlightening speech on how the national language can lead to equality; and how Villanueva ascertained the importance for a nation to have its own official language without prejudice to existing dialects.     

The event was held on August 29, 2015 at the University of the Philippines Los Banos, Laguna, and participated in by students from Region IV-A.

September - November 2015

Senior High School Voucher Program Application Guidelines

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL (SHS) VOUCHER PROGRAM (VP)



APPLICATION GUIDELINES



(excerpt from DepEd Order No. 46, s. 2015)



 



 



I. Student
Eligibility and Voucher Value



Students who completed their Grade 10 in the School year
prior to the current may participate in the SHS Voucher Program (SHS VP)



 



A. Pre-Qualified
Voucher Recipients



All Grade 10 Junior High School
completers of Public
Junior High Schools
and
SUC/LUC Junior High Schools are qualified voucher recipient (QVR). These
students shall receive the full voucher value.



 



Grade 10 ESC Grantees who
completed their Junior High School in ESC Participating schools are also
qualified voucher recipients. However, they shall receive 80% of the full
voucher value.



 



B. Voucher Applicants



Non-ESC Grade 10 completers from
Private Junior High Schools who wish to avail of vouchers shall be required to
apply for vouchers subject to an assessment of their socio economic status and
if deemed qualified shall also receive 80% of the full voucher value.



 





















Student Type



Voucher Value



Public Junior High School Completers (including LUC/SUC)



Php 17,500 (Full)



ESC
Junior High School

Completers



        14,000 (80%)



Non-ESC
Private Junior
High School
Completers



        14,000 (80%)




 



II. Online Submission




  1. Fill-out
    electronic Voucher Application Form (VAF-1) accessed through the Online
    Voucher Application Period (OVAP) http://ovap.deped.gov.ph

  2. Print
    the Online Application Confirmation Slip

  3. Enclose
    the following supporting documents in a long brown envelope and mail or
    submit to the PEAC national Secretariat (PEAC NS)
    on or before the 2nd Friday of February in the following order.



a.       Printed
Online Application Confirmation Slip



b.      Certification
of Financial Assistance from the School, if applicable



c.       Recent
identical 2x2 ID photo (2 copies)



d.      Philippine
Statistics Authority (PSA) Certified Birth Certificate



e.       Photocopy
of Grade 10 Report Card



f.       
Certificate of Employment of Parent/Guardian (if
applicable)



g.       Latest
Income Tax Return of Parents/Legal Guardian or Certification of Tax Exemption
or Municipal Certification of Employment



 



DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION:     




  • For DLSL Grade 10 applicants, please
    submit your complete requirements at the



LAMP Office on or before February 5, 2016.




  • For Non-DLSL Grade 10 applicants
    (February 12, 2016)



III. Manual
Submission




  1. Fill-out
    Voucher Application Form (VAF-1) which is available at DLSL LAMP Office.
    VAF-1 may also be downloaded from PEAC website: http://www.fape.org.ph

  2. Enclose
    the following documents in along brown envelope and mail or submit to the
    PEAC national Secretariat (PEAC
    NS
    ) on or before the 3rd
    Friday of January in the following order.



a.       Recent
identical 2x2 ID photo (2 copies)



b.      PSA
Certified Birth Certificate



c.       Photocopy
of Grade 10 Report Card



d.      Certificate
of Employment of Parent/Guardian (if applicable)



e.       Latest
Income Tax Return of Parents/Legal Guardian or Certification of Tax Exemption
or Municipal Certification of Employment



 



DEADLINE OF SUBMISSION:     




  • For DLSL Grade 10 applicants, please
    submit your complete requirements at the



LAMP Office on or before January 8, 2016.




  • For Non-DLSL Grade 10 applicants (January
    15, 2016)



 



PEAC Regional Secretariat Region 4A



Lyceum of the Philippines-Laguna



Calamba City



 



 



IV. Announcement of Results



Results of the voucher
applications shall be posted by the PEAC on its website on the third Friday of
March. A qualified applicant is considered Qualified Voucher Recipient (QVR)
and shall be issued a QVR Certificate through the OVAP website (http://ovap.deped.gov.ph)



 



 



Note: It shall be the responsibility of the voucher
applicant to make sure that the documents they submit or mail to the PEAC NS
arrive on or before the deadlines. Failure to submit the required documents
shall result in the disqualification of the student’s voucher application.

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.

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.

Scholarship Applicants for 2nd Sem SY 2015-2016.

The LAMP Office is now accepting Scholarship
Applicants for



2nd Sem SY 2015-2016.



 



Eligibility:



No incomplete and/or failing grade for 1st sem SY
2015-2016



At least GPA of 2.5 for 1st Sem SY 2015-2016



Family economic status is financially challenged



 



Qualified applicants
must submit the following:



Personal Information 
Sheet -  to be issued on October 28,
2015



Recommendation from the adviser -  to be issued on October 28, 2015



Copy of grades for 1st sem SY15-16



Sketch Location of Residence



Letter of intent from Parent



Electric and Water Consumption receipts for at least 2
months



Latest ITR of parents OR certification of Tax Exemption.



For OFW: latest copy of contract or proof of income



Barangay Clearance of the applicant



Two pieces passport
size pictures (with nameplate & white background)



Recent Medical Certificate



Clear photocopy of NSO Birth Certificate



 

Please submit all the requirements in a long brown
envelop on October 28, 2015 from 1:00pm - 4:00pm with your parents for the
final interview. Applicants with INCOMPLETE requirements will not be
interviewed.

Schedules of Scholar's Renewal for 2nd sem SY15-16

DATE                             YEAR                        COLLEGE



Oct 22                            1st                               CEAS, CITE, CoN, CoL



Oct 23                            1st                               CBEAM, CIHTM, SHS



Oct 26                            2nd                              CEAS, CITE, CoN, CoL



Oct 27                            2nd                              CBEAM, CIHTM, SHS



Oct 28                            3rd                              CEAS, CITE, CoN, CoL



Nov 4                             3rd                              CBEAM, CIHTM



Nov 5                             4th
& 5th                     CEAS,
CITE, CoN, CoL



Nov 6                             4th
                             CBEAM, CIHTM



Nov 6 (1pm)                  Scholars with Accountability and Failed to Renew
on the Scheduled Date



 


The Sparkling Green Talents
Shining bright in the recent mall show were the stars of De La Salle Lipa - the Green Talents - who performed their hearts out on September 19, 2015 at SM City Calamba.

As mall-goers went about their retail therapy or just hanging out with friends and families, the mall went to a stand still as soon as the beat of the PEP Squad drums reverberate inside, even resonating outside the premises. All the attention focused to the premier cheering crew of DLSL, as they strut to the Lasallian signature chant for fellow Lasallians and the mall's patrons. After setting the mood and getting the attention of the viewers, one by one or by group, the Green Talents wowed the crowd with their special numbers.

The audience was left mesmerized and enchanted with the following Green Talents' awe-inspiring performances: Danzcom-PEP Squad, Salindayaw Dance Company, Aubrey Caraan, Aedel Caraan, Sendhara Trillanes, Jaimee Nicole Julayco, Mary Precious Maghinay, Jan Virnaly Jareno, Jet Marcus Marasigan, Rachel Dimaculangan, Zharina De Castro, Daruis Matibag and Vox Fusion.

The Green Talents Road Show was launched to nurture and showcase the cultural talents and potentials of the students, providing them with avenues to overcome fear and stage fright.

Watch out for the next mall show at SM City San Pablo on November 21, 2015



SCB Pays it Forward
Last September 29, 2015 the Student Coordinating Board, together with their moderator, Mr. Hirodian Baon and the Student Activities Office Head, Jocelyn Rosos officially handed the 20,000 peso donation to the Community Involvement Office through the Vice Chancellor for Mission, Violeta Ramirez and the Community Involvement Office Manager, Judith Alcaraz.

The amount shall be used to purchase story books for the newly built library in adopted Aeta community. 

The amount was part of the proceeds of the SPLASHED: Color fun Run initiated by the Student Coordinating Board last September 26, 2015.






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

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

Splashed Saturday at DLSL
Last September 26, Saturday, the Student Coordinating Board, in coordination with the Students' Activities Office, conducted the SPLASHED: Color Fun Run at the De La Salle Lipa Oval.

The color run consisted of three categories: 3K run (from DLSL to Lipa Medix), 5K run (from DLSL to SM Lipa) and 500-meter dash.

Tickets were at an affordable price of PHP150.00, which already included a race bib kit, color powder sachet and a baller.

The run was participated in by more than 1000 runners, from Integrated School and college students, outsiders and alumni and staff.

Aside from the color run, a mini-music festival, #SPLASHEDAfterParty with DJ Berd, was held on the same day where the runn¬ers enjoyed minutes of splashing water and holi powder.

Part of the proceeds from the run will be allotted to the Community Involvement Office projects in DLSL's partner public schools and for the preparation of the celebration of World Teachers' Day on October 5.




 


Scholarship Application for School Year 2016-2017

JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL



(FOR INCOMING GRADE
7)



INITIAL REQUIREMENTS:



ACADEMIC



1.   
Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.



2.   
Certified true copy of recent report card.



3.   
Certificate of Current Academic Ranking (Top3 of the
graduating class) from the Grade 6 School Principal.



Application Period:



     September 21, 2015 to March 28, 2016



     Mondays to Fridays; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm



 



LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE !!!



 



NON-ACADEMIC  ( for male applicants only)



1.   
Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.



2.   
Certified true copy of recent report card.



       NOTE: General Average should be at least
80%.



3.   
Admission testing fee of P300.00.



Application
Period:



     September 21, 2015 to December 3, 2015



     Mondays to Thursdays; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm



 



LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE !!!






SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL



(FOR INCOMING GRADE 11)



INITIAL REQUIREMENTS:



ACADEMIC  



1.   
Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.



2.   
Certified true copy of recent report card.



3.   
Certificate of Current Academic Ranking (Top3 of the
graduating class) from the Grade 10 School Principal.



Application Period:



     September 21, 2015 to March 28, 2016;



     Mondays to Fridays; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm



 



LIMITED SLOTS AVAILABLE !!!




Pre-Screening forms are available at the College
Lobby



 


Scholars Midterm Grade 1st SY15-16

The following Scholars are
requested to report at the LAMP Office regarding your Mid-term grades on or
before September 23, 2015. Look for
Ms. Jhing.



 



1         2013129511       Adajar, Girlie M.                                          febres



2         2012096421       Adona, Almira V.                                         febres



3         2015178551       Ajunan, Kees Vincent A.                             expanded 3



4         2013129531       Al-Mozaini, Ahmed Andrew S.                   expanded 2



5         2014153311       Altamirano, Angelica F.                              expanded 4



6         2013131971       Andaya, Sheirie Anne Marie C.                  febres



7         2014155341       Araño, Krista N.                                          febres



8         2014152991       Arellano, Justin Gabriel C.                          bpsgp



9         2015172071       Arguelles, Judith L.                                     febres



10       2015180451       Arida, Kae Anne B.                                     expanded 3



11       2014144351       Austria, Caren I.                                          expanded
4



12       2012100701       Ayson, Karizza Nicole S.                            febres



13       2014157671       Babao, Don Aldrich P.                                expanded 3



14       2014158701       Balane, John Louie                                     bpsgp



15       2013124131       Balmes, Donna M.                                      expanded 3



16       2014158921       Barte, Roi Albert D.                                     bpsgp



17       2015176621       Bathan, Vanessa Mae M.                           expanded 4



18       2013120791       Benedicto, Jaromir V.                                 expanded 4



19       2015180521       Biscocho, Ana Maria L.                              expanded 3



20       2015178341       Bonito, Raphael                                          bpsgp



21       2013128731       Briones, Norien Kristine A.                          febres



22       2013124081       Broqueza, Kris Nicole B.                             febres



23       2012096191       Buban, Krizia Camille M.                            expanded 3



24       2012096191       Buban, Krizia Camille M.                            PF-fsle



25       2014149801       Cadacio, Carmelo Jasper H.                      febres



26       2013127441       Calalo, Paul Jan M.                                    bpsgp



27       2015176361       Calingasan, Marie Rose C.                         febres



28       2013131981       Calivara, Lyka Joy M.                                febres



29       2015179801       Castillo, Mary Michelle M.                          expanded 3



30       2013131361       Castro, Aielle Mae B.                                  febres



31       2015178561       Cillion, John Carlo I.                                    expanded 2



32       2015175461       Clavo, Alonica Mae R.                                febres



33       2013127771       Cometa, Cheriel Marie O.                          febres



34       2015176441       Comia, Marc Lorenz A.                              febres



35       2014150751       Cortiñas, Maria Kathlyn                              PF-fsle



36       2013135301       Cubilla, Aldred Alru Joshua L.                    bpsgp



37       2013127791       Cuevas, Mary Joy L.                                  febres



38       2015174011       Custodio, Lance Edward E.                        expanded 4



39       2013122751       Dacumos, Kyle E.                                       expanded 4



40       2015173631       Darantinao, Ralph James S.                      febres



41       2013133521       De Castro, Jonna R.                                   expanded 2



42       2013130911       De Chavez, Jessa F.                                  febres



43       2013127711       De Chavez, Joyce F.                                  febres



44       2014162871       De Chavez, Sheena Marie E.                     PF-utfi



45       2012102491       De La Peña, Razell C.                                febres



46       2013131711       De La Vega, Nikko U.
                                febres



47       2014160851       De Los Reyes, Niña Dianne B.                   bpsgp



48       2015175631       Del Monte, Russell Floyd G.                       expanded 3



49       2012103461       Del Mundo, Judy Anne F.                           febres



50       2013127331       Dimaandal, Melissa C.                                febres



51       2013132161       Dimaano, Hazel Honeyrose B.                   febres



52       2013120591       Endaya, Rona Athena Veronica A.            expanded 4



53       2014153971       Estrada, Patricia Dyan C.                           expanded 4



54       2014156021       Fiscal, Cristel Marie L.                                expanded 4



55       2015172991       Fule, Jerick                                                 bpsgp



56       2014145011       Galela, Aylwin Chloe F.                              febres



57       2013120561       Gamboa, Sarah Marie R.                           expanded 4



58       2014144071       Garcia, Mon Gerald T.                                expanded 4



59       2013125501       Gordo, Jackelyn B.                                     bpsgp



60       2015174441       Gutierrez, Christian Jerome V.                   bpsgp



61       2013127741       Hernandez, Angelica Faye M.                    febres



62       2015172811       Herrera, Jaira M.                                        expanded 2



63       2012098801       Honrado, Patrick John L.                            febres



64       2015171231       Ilao, Abigail Joy P.                                      expanded 4



65       2015180861       Jazareno, Ethelbert Dwight M.                   bpsgp



66       2012098341       Jucal, Everlove T.                                       febres



67       2014142901       Kasilag, Madel M.                                       PF-lcck



68       2015177251       Landicho, Lalaine L.                                    expanded 3



69       2015177251       Landicho, Lalaine L.                                    PF-fsle



70       2014143731       Lantin, Anielli C.                                          febres



71       2013129011       Lanto, Hannah Mia                                     febres



72       2013131091       Laqui, Elaine M.                                          febres



73       2013124761       Lescano, Rachel L.                                     expanded 2



74       2014149221       Leynes, Anthony L.                                     febres



75       2014144811       Lina, Marika Jayson O.                              bpsgp



76       2015180311       Liquigan, Danika Vianca A.                        expanded 4



77       2015172051       Llanes, Brayan Michael A.                          bpsgp



78       2013128701       Loninia, Diane T.                                         febres



79       2015173901       Lontoc, Jenina Faye M.                              expanded 4



80       2014148601       Maderazo, Hazel Diane D.                         expanded 3



81       2014148601       Maderazo, Hazel Diane D.                         PF-fsle



82       2013130151       Magadia, Fatima L.                                     star @50



83       2013122201       Magoling, Joy Noreen M.                           expanded 4



84       2013129351       Magsino, Manilyn S.                                   freeschool



85       2013131311       Magsino, Marygean A.                               febres



86       2014148161       Magsombol, Jacquilyn V.                           PF-utfi



87       2013122151       Magundayao, Lea Joyce S.                       expanded 3



88       2013125871       Mancol, Romalyn M.                                  PF-fsle



89       2015181871       Mandigma, Alaiza L.                                   febres



90       2013133351       Mangampo, Nikka                                      febres



91       2015167691       Maranan, Danna D.                                    expanded 3



92       2014147481       Marquez, Adonis Joshua L.                        expanded 3



93       2015169641       Martija, John Richard S.                             bpsgp



94       2015183791       Martin, John Patrick R.                               bpsgp



95       2013127731       Matamis, Roxanne P.                                 febres



96       2015169471       Matanguihan, Nicole L.                               expanded 1



97       2007002411       Mendoza, Anne Cyrille C.                           CoL-expanded 3



98       2015172111       Mendoza, Hannah Mae L.                          expanded 4



99       2013122271       Mercado, Audrey Ann P.                            expanded 4



100     2014146811       Mercado, Bobby L.                                     freeschool



101     2015170371       Mercado, Jun Allister C.                             bpsgp



102     2013127621       Mongcal, Princess Angelou S.                   febres



103     2014157561       Morada, Kenneth G.                                   bpsgp



104     2014146611       Mortel, Christopher O.                                freeschool



105     2015174401       Mosca, Joshua Abraham L.                       expanded 3



106     2013125511       Navarro, John Paul L.                                 bpsgp



107     2013124711       Navarro, Nathaniel Sam L.                         star @50



108     2013135311       Olacao, John Rigo A.                                 febres



109     2014139431       Pagcaliwangan, Ian Jaspher B.                  febres



110     2012117801       Pamplona
III, Jose M.                                 febres



111     2013130671       Pangilinan, John Paul G.                            febres



112     2014151381       Panopio, Jonah M.                                      expanded 3



113     2015181611       Pascua, Austin John E.                              expanded 4



114     2013122211       Pascua, Michaela M.                                  expanded 4



115     2015174781       Patupat, Marylite C.                                    febres



116     2013127701       Peña, Ivory Rose A.                                   febres



117     2013127631       Peña, Kristine Joy E.                                  febres



118     2015177261       Perez, Jessa I.                                            expanded 4



119     2013131161       Pidlaoan, Frances Zia A.                            febres



120     2014140141       Plata, Cherish Diane A.                              expanded 3



121     2014140241       Portugal, Ma. Cecilia P.                              expanded 3



122     2015174721       Quintonez, Ronald D.                                 bpsgp



123     2013129261       Raz, Kristine Apple H.                                 febres



124     2015173171       Resurreccion, Diandra Mae A.                   expanded 4



125     2013129081       Reyes, Diane Patricia A.                            expanded 2



126     2013122451       Reyes, Kenneth Andrew G.                        expanded 2



127     2013122561       Rizaro, Lady Rizza A.                                 expanded 3



128     2013125261       Robles, Mariton Angeli S.                           bpsgp



129     2013129141       Rosita, Dhanin Xyza Q.                              febres



130     2014157311       Rubis, Patrick Anthony                               bpsgp



131     2015174231       Rubis, Ryan Kristoffer M.                           bpsgp



132     2012102961       Samonte, Patricia Cleo                               bpsgp



133     2015172601       Sanchez, Darwin Luis M.                            febres



134     2015171691       Sanchez, Maria Denise T.                          star @50



135     2014162831       Sanchez, Rosen Kerby                               bpsgp



136     2013120381       Sangalang, Liz Arianne L.                           expanded 4



137     2013129431       Semaña, Maria Luisa A.                             expanded 2



138     2014141641       Soriano, Aldrich Mico M.                            expanded 3



139     2013130871       Suizo, Cathreeze Marie D.                         expanded 2



140     2012097241       Sumbilla, Kimberly Ann M.                         star



141     2015169401       Talag, MisaelM.                                          bpsgp



142     2013135151       Tapalla, Bernelyn D.                                   febres



143     2013123051       Titular, Jhon Limwhel Q.                             expanded 4



144     2015179621       Torres, Noelle Kamille L.                            expanded 4



145     2013129421       Tubigan, Jan Heraldace H.                         expanded 1



146     2013125031       Umali, Hazel Joie O.                                   expanded 4



147     2013130311       Vanguardia, Mary Joy S.                            febres



148     2013120291       Vargas, Mary Antonette L.                          expanded 4



149     2013129251       Villanueva, Micky M.                                  febres



150     2013127671       Villegas, Elaine P.                                       febres



151     2015170861       Visleño, Dianne C.                                      expanded 4



152     2013132931       Yabut, Justin Cedric V.                               expanded 2



 


Subject Offerings for 2015-2016 2nd Semester as of September 09, 2015
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Senior High School Requirements & Guidelines

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.

DLSL Hails Recent CPA Passers
Shortly after four years of completing their degree in Accountancy plus further review, De La Salle Lipa's alumni have finally put their knowledge to the test during the May 2015 Certified Public Accountant Licensure Examination.

The most recent schedule was held in the cities of Manila, Baguio, Cagayan De Oro, Davao, Ilo-Ilo, and Legazpi where a total of 5,959 hopefuls took the exam and 2,132 successfully made it.

DLSL garnered 52.17% versus the national passing 35.78%.

Earning a degree in Accountancy is an achievement by itself, but passing the licensure exam cements their qualification in their future career. Thus, the DLSL community commends this batch of CPA passers.   

GLADYS UNTALAN AGUILERA
MARY GRACE QUINIO CALIZON
ALLYSSA TOLENTINO CARANDANG
FRANCES KRISTIE CANTOS CHUA
DAIZYBEHL DE OCAMPO DIMAANDAL
CHRISTINE GAEL CARPIO DY
GERALDINE ANTONETTE LUNA KATIGBAK
MARIANNE CHRYSTELLE MARIN LACANILAO
GERALD SALVADOR MARTINEZ
JULIE ANN REYES MINGI
ELLAINE MALIBIRAN OLARTE
JAMIE CUSTODIO UY

Safety Reminders for Tricycle Commuters
This is to remind all tricycle-commuters that these tips should be strictly observed before riding a tricycle public transport:

  1. Choose the tricycle that has a legitimate LTO license plate number and MTOP (Motorized Tricycle Operators Permit) body permit number (4-digit number) on it. Find ways of taking down its plate and MTOP body permit number by writing or saving it on your mobile phone.

  2. Avoid riding a tricycle that is colorum because it doesn't have license or MTOP permit and if in case of an accident, the operators cannot claim insurance for their passengers.

  3. Please also take note that the maximum number of passengers is four (4), including the driver. Ideally there should be only two (2) passengers inside the tricycle and one (1) at the back of the driver.

  4. Trust your instincts. Always bring a companion with you especially for female commuters.

  5. In case of emergency, you may contact any of these numbers:
School Security : 0939-8267806 / 0929-6076994 / 0915-3152145

PNP DLSL-Outpost : 0916-6585199

PNP Lipa City Station : 0920-4077585

For your information and safety.

Thanks and regards.

Schedule of Freshmen Orientation on Online Enrollment and Faculty Evaluation
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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.

Schedule of Advanced HRIS (AHRIS) Orientation
The Humarn Resource Department in partnership with ICTC has scheduled an orientation on the Advanced HRIS (AHRIS). AHRIS is a more efficient human resource information system and provides modern features to make it more efficient, effective, and adaptable. The orientation will be held at the Internet Lab, 4/F, Sen. Diokno Hall. Please be guided by the schedule below.  

  1. Schedule of the Managerial Users Training
                                                                                                                       
    ATTENDEESDATETIME
    OVCM, OVCAR, OVCAd, OP Administrators

    June 16, 2015
         Tuesday       

    8:30 am to 10:00 am
    IS Administrators/College Administrators
    June 16, 2015
    Tuesday
    10:30 am to 12:00 nn
  2.  
  3. Schedule of Self-Service Users Training
                                                                                                                          
    ATTENDEESDATETIME
    OVCAR, College Faculty and Staff
    June 16, 2015
    Tuesday
    2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
    OVCM & OVCAd, OP Staff
    June 17, 2015
    Wednesday
    8:30 am to 10:00 am
    10:30 am to 12:00 nn
    OVCAR, IS Faculty & Staff
    June 17, 2015
    Wednesday
    1:30 pm to 3:00 pm
    3:30 pm to 5:00 pm
    June 18, 2015
    Thursday
    8:30 am to 10:00 am
    OVCAR, College Faculty and Staff
    June 18, 2015
    Thursday
    10:30 am to 12:00 nn
    2:30 pm to 4:00 pm
     
All full time faculty and staff are required to attend the orientation. Please refer below for your respective schedules. Co-workers who cannot attend on their scheduled orientation should call HRD for rescheduling. 

We are anticipating for your support and cooperation as we try to improve our business processes for optimum organization output through improved performance and quality. Thank you very much.


A HRIS Orientation Schedule
Vice Chancellor for Administration

June 16, 2015, Tuesday, 8:30am to 10:00am
Alvarez, Maria Sheila G.
Atienza, Ma. Theresa S. 
Concordia, Jhyn R.
Cubilla, Alfredo J. Jr.
Frio, Engr. Jose Ma. Radito Isidro S.
Lucero, Allan P.
Magsino, Florentino Jr. D.
Martin, Engr. Imelda R.
Mendoza, Elvira L.
Quigley, Maria Cecilia B.
Rosales, Lani M.
Santos, Remian T.
Tagapulot, Engr. Marino S. 

June 17, 2015, Wednesday, 8:30am to 10:00am
Atijon, Gregorio T.
Albis, Arnel M.
Balanquit, Reniel Jamir J.
Bermudez, Natalie Jean I.
Bolaos, Gerardo V.
Bonito, Edgardo S.
Buo, Kristine Madrid
Caibigan, Rex C.
Cueto, Arturo C. Jr.
De Torres, Noemi M.
Dimaculangan, Jerome B.
Dimayuga, Resty R.
Fule, Ulysses T.
Generoso, Marc Joseph Ian A. II
Gutierrez, Arnel J.
Inciong, Raquel C.
Landig, Nereo L.
Lescano, Paulo Jeromme M.
Llanes, Jose Jr. A.
Lucero, Alex C.
Magbilang, Anastacio O.
Magsombol, Michelle I.
Marasigan, Mario M.
Mercado, Arellano C.
Mercado, Ferdinand G.
Panganiban, Gil L.
Pasia, Lea M.
Raya, Eduardo L.
Recio, Angela U.
Roces, Melissa U.
Rubis, Risty T.

June 17, 2015, Wednesday, 10:30am to 12:00nn
Ariola, Ronald D.
Balayantoc, Jayson A.
Calalo, Romel M. 
de Chavez, Dominador R.
De las Alas, Melchor I.
Dimayuga, Juliet R.
Fetalver, Lunasco C.
Frane, Ruben B.
Gamol, Reynaldo G.
Goce, Julio Emmanuel F.
Gonzales, Ronie R.
Gutierrez, Juan Carlo S.
Lasin, Jerwin M.
Loreto, Freddie R.
Luna, Julius Caesar V.
Magalona, Jose Ronnie B.
Magpantay, Joseph H.
Malabanan, Aniceto S.
Malaluan, Marissa M.
Malapitan, Eustaquio M.
Manalo, Molie D.
Masongsong, Francisco L.
Mojado, Noel M.
Panaligan, Susara S.
Ramirez, Reden D.
Reyes, Anna Nia B.
Reyes, Joselito S.
Toreja, Alberto Jose D.
Villapando, Romeo S. 

Sign-up for De La Salle Lipa Employees Travel Club
This SY 2015-2016, the HRD has organized a new Employee Interest Group, the DLSL Employees Travel Club. This is a great way to learn new things and appreciate life better through cultural exposure and immersion. The Travel Club will also hone adaptability skills, provide an opportunity to meet and interact with new friends, and create stories to tell.

The Club is to be chaired by Ms. Grade "Dannah" Sanchez, an equally adventurous and well-travelled person from the Integrated School.

For those who are interested to join, please call the HRD Office at local 210 for SIGN-UP, or visit the HRD Office until June 15, 2015, Monday. Exciting activities and local and international tours are lined-up and will be presented during the initial meeting to be scheduled soon after the completion of sign-up.

Thank you very much and we hope that this will be the start of creating wonderful memories through our journey together towards discovery, fun, and adventure.

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

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

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


Thank you very much.



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

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.

Subject Offerings for 2015-2016 1st Semester as of May 7, 2015
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SCIENCE TEACHER
Qualification Standards                                                                              
      -       BSE major in General Science / BS Chemistry graduate
      -       Preferably a LET Passer
      -       Preferably with a teaching experience

SOCIAL SCIENCE TEACHER
Qualification Standards                                                                              
-     Bachelor of Science major in Social Science or Economics gradaute
-     Knowledge in Economics

Summer Dress Code
This is to reiterate the policy on Summer Dress Code as per memo issued on April 16, 2013 that:

  1. Everyone is REQUIRED TO WEAR THE PRESCRIBED UNIFORMS from Monday to Thursday and corporate attire every Friday.

  2. Wearing of jeans and other attire not prescribed is NOT ALLOWED except for those who have health reasons and whose nature of work demands that he/she wears clothing other than those prescribed above.

  3. The official school ID is part of the uniform. Everyone is required to wear them at all times inside the school premises.

  4. All immediate superiors are reminded to monitor the wearing of the prescribed summer dress code and uniforms of co-workers under their supervision.

Please be guided accordingly. Thank you.

STAR Scholars SY 15-16 - Integrated School

Top Ten High School
Entrance Examinees



For School Year 2015-2016



 



Rank                Name                                       School



             



1      Gayao, Shereizad M.                       De La Salle Lipa



2      Mendoza, Danica Rose L.                De La Salle Lipa



3      Cerrado, Daniel Joash S.                 St. Paul College
Balayan



4      Cruz, Alyssa Marie L.                       De La Salle Lipa



5      Araez, Danielle Lei R.                      Holy Rosary
College
of Santa Rosa Laguna, Inc.



6      Perez, Angelo Vince H.                    De La Salle Lipa



7      Tumanda, Laurice L.                        The Nazareth School



8      Carbon, Eliza Missy D.                     De La Salle Lipa



9      Guno, Precious Angel L.                   San Lorenzo Ruiz
School



10    Limbo, Dylan Allyson P.                    Touching Minds Learning
Center



 



Before processing your
Enrollment Assessment Form,



please proceed to the LAMP office,
CMR 105 for the awarding of your scholarship benefit of 100% discount on tuition
and fees during your scheduled enrollment date.



Look for Ms. Jhing Mias



 




STAR Scholars SY 15-16 - College

Top Ten College
Entrance Examinees



For School Year 2015-2016



 



Rank                Name                               School



                                                              



1      Sanchez, Maria
Denise T.          St. Thomas
Academy



2      Esguerra, Clarissa J.                 Morning
Star Montessori School Inc.



3      Vasquez, King Paulo S.              Pinagkawitan National High School



4      Rufino, Patrick James R.            Batangas College of Arts and Sciences



5      Santoyo, Sedale M.                   Lipa City
National Science
High School



6      De Ocampo, Jose Marco B.       The Mabini Academy



7      Panopio, Rahgil Antonio C.         St. Thomas Academy



8      De Silva, Aaliyah P.                   Batangas College of Arts and Sciences



9      Perez, Rachelle Anne A.             Pinagkawitan National High School



10    Comprendio, Jermaine B.           Blue Isle Integrated
School




Before processing your
Enrollment Assessment Form,



please proceed to the LAMP office,
CMR 105 for the awarding of your scholarship benefit of 100% discount on
tuition and fees during your scheduled enrollment date.



Look for
Ms. Jhing Mias



 


Summer Work Requests
To facilitate the scheduling of resources and facility maintenance tasks of the General Services Department this summer break, we call on the entire DLSL community to please turn in all work requests for the summer not later than 15 April 2015. We shall prioritize all requests related to the opening of the next academic year. More so, execution of work requests shall be subject to the availability of materials, manpower, and procurement lead time.

Please be guided accordingly.

SHIOK: TRAVEL SINGAPORE 2015
"Nobody in Singapore drinks Singapore Slings. It's one of the first things you find out there. What you do in Singapore is eat. It's a really food-crazy culture, where all of this great food is available in a kind of hawker-stand environment." - Anthony Bourdain

The third year students of Hotel and Restaurant Management, second year students of Certificate in Hotel and Restaurant Management and the Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts Batch 9 under the College of International Hospitality and Tourism Management had their experience of a life time for three days and two nights in their International study tour in Singapore last March 5-7, 2015. The students were exposed to various tourist destinations such as the Famous ALIVE Museum, Merlion Park, Sentosa Island, Gardens by the Bay and Marina Bay Sands. In addition, participants had the opportunity to see the scenic Fullerton Hotel, the Esplanade, Chinatown, Little India and the Botanic Garden.

Some of the highlights of this activity are the culinary demonstration and immersion on Mixology and International Cuisine at Singapore Hotel and Tourism Education Centre (SHATEC), a leading school for Hospitality, Tourism and Culinary Arts. Likewise, during a campus tour, the students delved in the state of the art facilities of Republiq Polytechnic Singapore - their kitchen, spa and hotel - as it showcases the School of Hospitality.

The group was accompanied by HRM Department Chair, Evangeline M. Necio, CIHTM faculty Chef Patrick Henry V. Maravilla and LICA Administrative Assistant, Jobelle L. Manalo.

The said tour aims to promote the advocacy of the CIHTM to provide quality education that enhances the knowledge and skills of the students and encourages them to explore and learn beyond the four corners of a classroom. Likewise, it developed an understanding and appreciation of the nature of the Hospitality Industry with regard to International Cuisine, Bar Service Management and the feel of the reality in the industry environment, thus realizing the relevance and importance of the lessons taught in class. Moreover, the participants checked-in at the hotel which had given them an ample experience to be a foreign guest.





Submission of IS Final Report Card

ALL Integrated
School scholars namely: MA, Expanded, Star, Br. President, Free
School, Privately Funded
are required to submit photocopy of their final
report card at the LAMP Office on APRIL
13 & 14, 2015
to facilitate the scholarship tagging for
SY2015-2016.


DLSL Pupils Dominate MTAP Challenge
Starting them young has been a proven and tested practice in grooming budding wiz kids. De La Salle Lipa's pupils are the living testament to this old adage as they were declared the OVERALL CHAMPION in the most recent MTAP Challenge.

These young Lasallians faced their challengers from different schools in Lipa on February 3, 2015 at Padre Valerio Malabanan Memorial School.

Both the Oral Mental Computation and Written Examination Rounds were dominated by the following Math wiz kids with the help of their mentors:

ORAL MENTAL COMPUTATION ROUND

GRADE 1- CHAMPION
    Reuben Joseph Felix (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Yuri Yabut
    COACH: Ms. Cristy Hernandez

GRADE 2- 2nd PLACE
    Lorenz Gabriel Briones (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Naomi Ashley Uy
    COACH: Ms. Rhea Pecayo
 
GRADE 3- CHAMPION
    Alexander Benedict Bulloso  (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Divine Clarisse G. Yabut  (TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    COACH: Ms. Ehden Petalio

GRADE 4- 3rd PLACE
    Ashley Julie Marie De Leon (3rd HONOR in WRITTEN))
    Grace De La Cruz     (3rd HONOR in WRITTEN)
    COACH: Ms. Evelyn De Castro

GRADE 5- CHAMPION
    Paolo Miguel Torres (2nd  HONOR in WRITTEN)
    Gerard Elmer D. Ilagan (1st HONOR - TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    COACH: Mr. Dennis R. Dimaala

GRADE 6- CHAMPION
    Angelo Vince Perez (1st HONOR- TOP SCORER in WRITTEN)
    Rafael Tagulao (3rd HONOR WRITTEN)
    COACH: Ms. Leonie Landicho

Their hard work in reviewing and training paid off, and the entire community, together with their parents, is truly proud of these young achievers. Due credit is likewise given to the mentors who went out of their way to make sure the pupils are prepared to face the inevitable.

Grades 5 and 6 winners automatically qualify in the regional finals in Sta. Cruz, Laguna on February 20, 2015. They shall represent the Division of Lipa in both Written and Oral Categories. The DLSL family wishes them the best in this upcoming challenge.



SECOND YEAR STUDENTS WHO WILL TAKE THE CGEAT POST TEST ON FEBRUARY 28, 2015
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DLSL researchers receive awards in conferences
Some DLSL researchers went home bringing some awards in the conferences they attended.

During the Third International Conference on Entrepreneurship and Business Management  (ICEBM) held in Penang Malaysia November 6-7, Wilfreda Dimaano was hailed as the Best Presenter for her paper "Practicum Performance of Financial Management Students as Perceived by the Industry Partners."

Michael Ramos of the Religious Studies Area garnered the Best Paper award in the International Conference on Knowledge, Culture and Society held in Singapore, August 6-8. The title of his paper is "Inculturating Theology in the Indigenous Categories: The Quest for Filipino Cultural Identity."

Chair of the Science Area, Bernardo Lunar was accorded the Best Paper award for his research "Transforming an Exposure Trip into a Botanical Expedition: Introducing Ecological Research Through an Eco-tourism Site" in the conference held in Cebu Normal University last October 17.

In the same conference, Joseph Angelou Ng was also a recipient of the Best Paper Award in the Culture, Arts and Public Governance Stream for his paper "Human Resource Management in the Context of Self-Concept and its Impact on the Job Performance of College Full-time Faculty Members of DLSL."The paper was published in Volume 5, Number 3 issue of AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education published by the Institute for Lasallian Studies at St. Marys University of Minnesota.

The awards received by faculty researchers of DLSL only manifest that the quality of research they are doing are of high caliber and competitive even at international standards.



SSS Seminar Attendees
SSS Seminar
FHP Function Room
December 16, 2014 at 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm

EMPLOYEES WHO ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND

1
de Jesus, Christian V.
Admissions Office
32
Buo, Kristine C.
HRD-IS
2
Redulblo, Ariane
Admissions Office
33
Goce, Julio Emmanuel
HRD-IS
3
Casabuena, Leezette G.
CEAS
34
Toreja, Alberto Jose
HRD-IS
4
Magnaye, Maha Apple C.
CEAS
35
Balanquit, Reniel Jamir J.
ICTC
5
Basconcillo, Carolyn G.
CIHTM
36
Balayantoc, Jayson A.
ICTC
6
Catapang, Jesus R.
CIHTM
37
Generoso, Marc Joseph Ian A.
ICTC
7
Dimaalihan, Dennis L.
CIHTM
38
Jaen, Japet
8
Dimaano, Arnel, G.
CIO
39
Lescano, Paulo Jeromme M.
ICTC
9
Dragon, Reanrose C.
CIO
40
Rosales, Lani
ICTC
10
Lupac, Girlie N.
College Guidance
41
Cueto, Arturo C. Jr.
IPMS
11
Alzate, Rachelle Joy
College of Law
42
Mendoza, Veronica
IS
12
Castillo, Erwin L.
College of Nursing
43
Delgado, Jervy
IS Guidance
13
Magpantay, Joseph H.
CPD
44
Cando, Jennifer
LRC
14
Maalihan, Jun M.
Discipline Office
45
Landicho, Oliver M.
LRC
15
Recto, Florinette
Discipline Office
46
Llanes, Michael T.
LRC
16
Silva, Ralph Arnold T.
Discipline Office
47
Torres, Cresenciano R. Jr.
LRC
17
Absin, Josie M.
FRD
48
Boncajes, Rosmeny
MCS
18
Flores, Mandy M.
FRD
49
De Castro, Vinafie A.
OVCAR
19
Gutierez, Jeanne
FRD
50
Climaco, Joseph Albert M.
PMO
20
Lalamunan, Beverlie Jean D.
FRD
51
Recio, Julius H.
PMO
21
Landicho, Joyce Angelica
FRD
52
Abrogina, Jhoreline L.
Registrar's Offices
22
Lopez, Evelyn C.
FRD
53
Balita, Annabelle S.
Registrar's Office
23
Rosales, Loida P.
FRD
54
Maderazo, Cynthia A.
Registrar's Office
24
Saludo, Wilfredo G.
FRD
55
Ramiro, Myleen D.
Registrar's Office
25
Bonito, Edgardo S.
GSD
56
Reyes, Michelle Anne Lou S.
Registrar's Office
26
Dimayuga, Resty R.
GSD
57
Sarmiento, Maydel P.
Registrar's Office
27
Encinas, Reymel H.
GSD
58
Malaluan, Marife D.
Research and Publication
28
Gamol, Reynaldo G.
GSD
59
Basco, Rogelio
Sports and Culture
29
Llanes, Jose Jr. A.
GSD
60
Cueto, Joyce
Sports and Culture
30
Loreto, Freddie R.
GSD
61
Zapanta, Arnel S.
Sports and Culture
31
Bermudez, Natalie Jean I.
HRD
62
Silang, Jhenilyn M.
Student Activities Office

SSS Seminar
The Human Resource Department has organized a seminar on SSS contributions and benefits on December 9, 2014, Tuesday, 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm at the FHP Function Room, Second Floor, CM Recto Hall.  The seminar is intended to create an awareness and update the knowledge of our co-workers when it comes to benefits and schemes that will help improve and promote employee well-being, Furthermore, matters pertaining to retirement benefits shall also be discussed.

Resource Speaker will be Mr. Antonio Soriano, Branch Head of SSS Lipa. In order to determine the total number of participants, please call HRD office at local 210 or at 9810011 for confirmation of attendance.

Thank you very much.

Schedule for Pneumococcal Vaccine Facilitation and other Information
We would like to inform the EMPLOYEES WHO SIGNED UP FOR THE PNEUMOCOCCAL VACCINE of the following:  

  1. The schedule for the following vaccination will be on October 22, 2014 from 9:00am - 12:00nn and 1:00pm - 4:30pm at the Institutional Health Services.
  2.  
  3. The amount of the vaccine is Php 800.00/pax.
  4.  
  5. The total amount of the administered vaccine will be deducted in four (4) paydays only (October 25 until December 10, 2014).
       
    For Part-Time Instructors, the payment will be outright deduction from the October 25 salary. For Part-Time Instructor's immediate dependednts, the payment will be outright cash basis.
  6.  
  7. 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 from the Obstetrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
    10.  
    11. For breastfeeding mother, clearance from the pediatrician must be secured and submitted to IHS.
  8.  
  9. For more information, kindly call the Institutional Health Services at local 214.

Thank you very much.

Subject Rooms and Schedules With Faculty for 2014-2015 2nd Semester
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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.

Submission of Defective Items
This is to reiterate that we require the requestor to surrender the defective items like puncher, stapler, pencil sharpener and tape dispenser to IPMS (Inventory and Property Management Section) upon request of the said items for replacement.

Please be guided accordingly.

Thank you.

Scholarship Renewal for 2nd sem SY2015-2016
Schedules of Scholars Renewal for 2nd
sem SY14-15

October 21 1st and 2nd Year CBEAM
October 22 3rd and 4th Year CBEAM
October 23 1st and 2nd Year CITE
October 24 3rd and 4th Year CITE
October 27 1st to 4th Year CIHTM
October 28 1st to 4th Year CEAS, CoN, CoL and SHS
October 29 Scholars With Accountability



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.

STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT YET PRE-ENROLLED as of Sept. 12, 2014
LIST OF STUDENTS WHO ARE NOT PRE-ENROLLED YET as of September 11, 2014.
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STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT YET PRE-ENROLLED




































Form the Office of the Registrar


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


ATTENTION : STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT YET PRE-ENROLLED


 


 


SUBJECT     : DEADLINE FOR PRE-ENROLLMENT


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


Please be informed that students who HAVE NOT YET PRE-ENROLLED for the 2nd Semester of SY 2014-2015 will be given until September 21, 2014 ONLY to process their PRE-ENROLLMENT.


 


Also, please be informed that accounts of all students will be deactivated on September 21, 2014 at 5:00 in the afternoon to give way for the collection of fees for the final exam. Those who will not process their pre-enrollment may enroll during their scheduled enrollment. Please be guided accordingly.


 


Thank you.


 


Scholarship Application for SY2015-2016







































Scholarship Application for School Year 2015-2016



 



HIGH SCHOOL



INITIAL REQUIREMENTS:



ACADEMIC


1.   
Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.


2.   
Certified true copy of report card, with computed general
average.


3.   
Certificate of Current Academic Ranking (Top3 of the
graduating class) from the Grade School Principal.


 


Application Period:


     September 15, 2014 to February 20, 2015


     Mondays to Fridays; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm



NON-ACADEMIC  ( for male applicants only)


1.   
Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.


2.   
Certified true copy of report card, with computed general
average.


       NOTE: General Average should be at least 80%.


3.   
Admission testing fee of P300.00.


 


Application
Period:


     September 15, 2014 to December 4, 2014


     Mondays to Thursdays; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm



 



 



COLLEGE



INITIAL REQUIREMENTS:



ACADEMIC


1.    
Accomplished
Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.


2.    
Certified
true copy of report card, with computed general average.


3.    
Certificate
of Current Academic Ranking (Top 10 of the graduating class) from the High School
Principal.


 


Application Period:


     September 15, 2013 May 29, 2015


     Mondays to Fridays; 9:00 am to 4:00 pm



NON-ACADEMIC


1.     Accomplished Scholarship Pre-Screening Form.


2.     Certified true copy of report card, with computed
general average.


NOTE: General Average should be
at  least 80%.


3.     Admission testing fee of P400.00.


 


Application Period:


     September 15, 2014 to December 4, 2014


     Mondays to Thursdays; 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm



 



 



Pre-Screening forms are available at the College
Lobby



SPANISH INSTRUCTOR

Qualification Standard


-  Fluent in Spanish language
-  can write, speak and teach Spanish language


Victorious Culinary Cup Debut for LICA
Students of the Lipa Institute of Culinary Arts clashed head to head with budding and professional chefs in the country at the 2014 Philippine Culinary Cup, held August 6-9, 2014 at the SMX Convention Center Philippines.

Their debut at the only endorsed competition by the World Association of Chefs Societies proved to be a rewarding experience for LICA students Monica Marie O. Gutierrez, Jessamuel G. Pidlaoan, Rescy R. Manguiat, Juvelyn B. De Guzman, and Coach Chef Pamela de Leon after being adjudged winners in the Dream Team category. These first-time participants received a bronze medal for the overall preparation and presentation of their appetizer, entree and dessert.

The 5th Philippine Culinary Cup: Where the Best Meet to Compete, drew hundreds of participants from five-star hotels, prestigious restaurants, reputable culinary schools, and other respectable establishments in the food industry. All were judged by globally recognized and renowned personalities who have made names in the same field.




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

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

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

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

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

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

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



Submission of Daily Time Record (for working scholars only)

DTR Submission Schedule for
SY 2014-2015




















































MONTH



DATE



JUNE



July 8, 2014



JULY



August 5, 2014



AUGUST



September 9, 2014



SEPTEMBER



October 7, 2014



OCTOBER



November 11, 2014



NOVEMBER



December 9, 2014



DECEMBER



January 13, 2015



JANUARY



February 10, 2015



FEBRUARY



March 10, 2015



MARCH



April 7, 2015



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Faculty researchers present papers during the 9th NOCEI Research Forum
Six faculty researchers of De La Salle Lipa presented their scholarly works during the 9th Network of Calabarzon Educational Institutions, Inc. (NOCEI) Research Forum held at De La Salle University Dasmarias last June 27.

Michael M. Ramos of the Theology and Religious Studies Area dominated the Humanities and Social Sciences Area cluster with four of his papers: Revisiting "Dominus Iesus" Unity of Truth Towards Ecumenical Dialogue, Deuretonomy 27:26 "The Curse of the Law" Shall the People of God be Identified by Law or by Christ?, Inculturating Theology in the Indigenous Categories: The Quest for Filipino Cultural Identity and "Who has bewitched you?"The Identity and Propaganda of Pauls Opponents in the Letter to the Galatians all presented in the parallel session.

The Business and Economics parallel session was ruled by DLSL presentors.

Dr. Edgar Allan G. Castro, Chair of the Business Administration Department presented two of his papers in the Business and Economics cluster: Industry Participation in Developing Competencies for Employment Success: Learning from a Three-Year OJT Program of a Philippine Higher Education Institution and Implications of Credentials, Employee Selection Process and HEI Quality on Graduate Employment Success: Employment Transition Patterns in the Labor Market of Batangas.

Two faculty members of the Business Administration Department presented their papers in the same cluster: Lanie Santos-Leader Exchange and Organizational Citizenship Behavior at De La Salle Lipa and Joel Osorio-Correlates of Organizational Effectiveness of De La Salle Lipa-College of Business Economics Accountancy and Management.

Andrenelyn Varona, Chair of the Tourism Department shared her findings in her study Understanding Local Residents Perceptions towards Tourism Development and Sustainability in San Juan, Batangas, Philippines.

Meanwhile, Dr. Joy Talens, CEAS Research Coordinator imparted in her presentation in the Education cluster of the parallel session that problem-based learning influenced the manifestation of creative thinking skills of students who are non-science majors.

DLSL delegation was headed by Gina M. Dimaano, Research Director who was elected to the new batch of officers as Batangas representative.

The one-day forum concluded with the remarks of Br. Joaquin S. Martinez, FSC, D.Min. DLSL President and Chancellor and NOCEI president saying that todays educators do not just impart knowledge; they, likewise need to generate knowledge.







DLSL Opens its Doors to Senior High Pioneer Batch
Starting two years ahead of the mandatory implementation of the senior high school (SHS) in the country, De La Salle Lipa offers this program beginning this Academic Year 2014-2015.

In fact, the pioneer batch has their hands full already as their classes began on June 2, a week earlier than the rest of the students in the DLSL community.

President and Chancellor Br. Joaquin Martinez FSC, D. Min. met the SHS students to personally welcome them to the newest program. He underscored the privilege that was bestowed upon them. They have availed an opportunity that others have opted to skip and the Brother President lauded them for taking on the challenge that would eventually make them academically at par with global standards, equipped with skills and competencies relevant to their preferred career, and molded in the ideal Lasallian values.

Guided by the DepEd-approved curricula, the students are going to be honed based on their chosen career track, divided into two groups - STEM - for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics; and ABM - Accountancy, Business, and Management.  


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

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

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

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

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




Select DLSL Students Shine in Palaro 2014
Shining bright in Palarong Pambansa 2014, hosted by the province of Laguna, were students of De La Salle Lipa that were hand-picked by the various teams representing CALABARZON.

Ivon Elroi Adelantar (Grade 10) - gold medalist in 4x50 Freestyle Relay, Ethan Roy Go (Grade 5) - silver and bronze medalist in 4x50 Medley Relay and 4x100m Freestyle Relay, respectively, Alleiah Jan Malaluan (Grade 5) - silver medalist in Elementary Volleyball Girls, and Joshua Diaz (Grade 10) - silver medalist in Secondary Volleyball Boys, made their school, parents and the Region IV-A proud after conquering major awards in the annual national competition.

The DLSL community congratulates all the winners and representatives of this years Palarong Pambansa.


Subject Rooms and Schedules for SY 2014-2015 1st Semester
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Special Dormitory Rate

In line with the upcoming Institutional R&R and
organized Joy Day on May 16, 2014, Chez Rafael is offering a special dormitory
flat rate of P 250 per employee for
those co-workers who are interested to have an overnight stay at Chez Rafael on
May 15.




Please be informed that check-in time starts at 12:00 noon
on May 15 and check-out time is up to 8:00pm on May 16. Towels and personal
amenities are not included in the special rate.




For those who are interested to avail of the special rate,
please contact Ms. Jhovie Morada at local 231. Reservation is on first come,
first serve basis. Payments for the dormitory accommodations may be cash or
through salary deduction.




Summer Academic Calendar & Enrollment Process

 


REVISED SUMMER CALENDAR


As of April 11, 2014


 


























Activities


Date


Start of Classes


April 21


Mid Term Examinations


May 6


Final Examinations


May 22


Online Submission of Grades


May 23-25


Online Viewing and Printing of Grades


May 26


Start of Enrollment of Students with Summer Classes


May 27


 


SUMMER ENROLLMENT PROCESS


 


1.    For scholars, proceed to the LAMP Office for scholarship renewal. Secure Scholarship Status Clearance Form (SSCF).


 


2.    Present latest copy of grades and approved Pre-Enrollment Form to the assigned OCR staff at the Computer Laboratory. If scholar, submit SSCF.


          Secure Official Enrollment and Assessment Form (OEAF).


 


SCHEDULE of adjustment, PRINTING & RELEASE OF OEAF


 




















COLLEGE


DATE


CBEAM


APRIL 8, 2014


CITE


APRIL 10 to 11


cihtm


aPRIL 10


CEAS/CoN/col


april 11


 


venue


 























LAST NAME OF STUDENTS


Computer Laboratory


AALA - CARINGAL


MB 308


CANIO - GOCE


MB 309


GODOY - MALOLES


MB 409


MALOLOS - RABUSA


MB 509


RACELIS - ZURBANO


MB 510


 


3.    Proceed to the Cashiers office or to the authorized banks for payment. For those who paid outside, please confirm your payment at the Cashiers Office three (3) days after payment.


4.     Proceed to the Office of the Registrar at Window 8 for ID validation.


 


Seminars/Trainings
We would like to remind all co-workers about the existing policies and guidelines on trainings/seminars attended outside the school. Since we are on the final stretch of this school year, we would like to reiterate the need to submit for an evaluation/documentation of the seminars/conferences/trainings/workshops attended to have employees cleared of an accountability from the HRD.

In relation to this, please be guided by the following procedures:

A. CHECK REQUESTS FOR SEMINAR
All check requests for seminars should be forwarded to the HRD with attached seminar invitation.  This is to monitor and document all seminars attended by every employee.  The HRD shall forward the check to the FRD. Check requests should be in the name of the sponsoring organization.

B. SUBMISSION OF NARRATIVE REPORT/EVALUATION
All employees who attended seminars/training should submit a narrative report to HRD three (3) days after the attendance to seminar/training.

C. SUBMISSION OF SUPPORTING PERTINENT RECEIPTS AND DOCUMENTS
All employees who attended seminars/training should submit supporting official receipts and documents for liquidation to FRD three (3) days after the attendance to seminar/training.

D. CONDUCT OF ECHO SEMINAR
An employee who attended a seminar/training is required to conduct an echo seminar at least within the department.

The same guidelines apply to employees whose seminars/trainings attended are accompanied by a Memorandum of Agreement.





SCIENCE INSTRUCTOR

-       BS Chemistry or BS Physics graduate


-       Preferably with Masters degree in Chemistry, Physics and other Science subjects


SPED INSTRUCTOR

-         With Masters degree and LET Passer


-         SPED Practitioner


SAO recognizes TOJCS 2014
DLSL College Student Activities Office (SAO) awarded this year's Top Ten Outstanding Junior College Students (TOJCS) at the Sen. Diokno Auditorium, Feb. 13.

April Joy Marquez, a Bachelor of Arts in Communication student, grabbed the top spot on the annual search, which started in 2010.

Following the Lavoxa photo director in the top 10 roster were John Lawrence Katigbak (BS Education major in Social Science), Bruce Perez (BS Computer Science), Christian de Torres (AB Comm), Karla Suba (BS Legal Management), Maria Socorro Krisel Loreto (BSBA Marketing Management), Hannah Faye Krystle Reyes (BS Accountancy), Fleurdelyn Garing (BS Nursing), Kim Van Nicole Nacor (BS Mathematics) and Emmanuel Sambayan (AB Multimedia Arts).

The event, initiated in 2010 by the Student Activities Office (SAO), aims to recognize junior college students who manifest the traits of La Salle's founder, St. John Baptist De La Salle, in terms of superior academic performance, exemplary leadership and exceptional community involvement. Nominees were screened with the following criteria: 35% for academic performance, 30% for active participation in extra-curricular activities, 15% for community service and 20% for the interview with the selection committee. The application and nomination for the TOJCS began on November 6, 2013 and the submission of the nominees portfolio was on January 17, 2014.

Bachelor of Science in Psychology (BS Psych) alumni, Arlyn de Mesa and Nikaela Katrina Gamboa, clinched the title in 2010 and 2012 while Marianito Dio Jr. and Maria Rizabel del Rio, also AB Comm students, reap it in 2011 and 2013, respectively.




Sayaw Filipinas Caps Arts Month Celebration
The annual dance festival Sayaw Filipinas concluded the month-long celebration of Arts Month at De La Salle Lipa. Another stellar production of its 16th edition, led by its Project Director, Rogger Basco, was staged on February 28, 2014 at the SENTRUM.

This year's featured dance groups were Mojang Prawira Dance from Lingkung Seni Tradisional, Parayangan Katolik, Indonesia (choreographers, Rizal Zay Zulfianur and Rani Nuraeni); Angeles University Foundation Dancers, Confucius Institute, China; Aligma Danz Troupe, Lipa City (choreographers, Jhayson Eguia, Mark Louie Tepace, and Ryan Sabaybay); Batangas Unstoppable Crew, Batangas City (choreographer, Kristian Castillo); Rita Winder in the film 'Farewell to the Past and the Dead Skin It Lived With' by Emerson Reyes, Manila (choreographer, roggerbasco); Graffiti Motion, Tanauan City (choreographer, Wahlid Bucana); La Salle Filipiniana Dance Company, DLSU-Dasmarias, Cavite City (choreographer, Nina Ricci Garcia); Lasallian Pointes N' Flexes Dance Company, DLSU-Dasmarias, Cavite City (choreographers, Brian Maranan, Bryan Giray); Lipa Integrated Performing Arts, Lipa City (choreographer, Virgilio Saba); Radical Force, Lipa City (choreographer, Allen Marlo Caponpon); Redbluex, De La Salle Lipa Danz Zone Influxus (choreographer, roggerbasco); SALINDAYAW Dance Company Femmes, De La Salle Lipa-College (choreographer, Rommel Quizon); Sinag Ng Lahi Dance Company, San Pablo Colleges, San Pablo City (choreographer, Dong Santos); St. Benilde ROMANCON DANCE COMPANY, DLSU-CSB, Manila (choreographer, Paul Christian Tan Deriquito); and University of Batangas Dance Company, Batangas City (choreographer, Allan Jeff Evangelista).

DLSLs Arts Month officially opened on February 3 at the Br. Benilde Hall with a variety of artistic performances from Aemilio Enginco, Solo Classical Guitarist; Chris William Mercado, Performance Art; Via Mojado, Pop Song; Aligma Dance Troupe, Hip Hop Dance Number; and the IS Symphonic Band.

'Padayon' (Resilience), a multimedia art exhibit by Paulo Carlo Castillo ran from February 10-14 at the College Lobby.

'Inspira,' installation art and performance art by multimedia artist roggerbasco took place on February 11 at the Batanguenong Sining Galeri, SENTRUM.

On February 19, 'Infocus: Burdaang Taal,' a whole day exhibit and 'calado'-weaving demo by two invited 'burdaderos' from Taal took place at the Hall of Lasallian Saints lobby.

Another regular feature in Arts Month is the TAMA participation. The group's 'Karibok,' the site specific performances by select artists from Manila and Batangas were featured on February 24.


Sayaw Filipinas Caps Arts Month Celebration
The annual dance festival Sayaw Filipinas concluded the month-long celebration of Arts Month at De La Salle Lipa. Another stellar production of its 16th edition, led by its Project Director, roggerbasco, was staged on February 28, 2014 at the SENTRUM.

This year's featured dance groups were Mojang Prawira Dance from Lingkung Seni Tradisional, Parayangan Katolik, Indonesia (choreographers, Rizal Zay Zulfianur and Rani Nuraeni); Angeles University Foundation Dancers, Confucius Institute, China; Aligma Danz Troupe, Lipa City (choreographers, Jhayson Eguia, Mark Louie Tepace, and Ryan Sabaybay); Batangas Unstoppable Crew, Batangas City (choreographer, Kristian Castillo); Rita Winder in the film Farewell to the Past and the Dead Skin It Lived With by Emerson Reyes, Manila (choreographer, roggerbasco); Graffiti Motion, Tanauan City (choreographer, Wahlid Bucana); La Salle Filipiniana Dance Company, DLSU-Dasmarias, Cavite City (choreographer, Nina Ricci Garcia); Lasallian Pointes N' Flexes Dance Company, DLSU-Dasmarias, Cavite City (choreographers, Brian Maranan, Bryan Giray); Lipa Integrated Performing Arts, Lipa City (choreographer, Virgilio Saba); Radical Force, Lipa City (choreographer, Allen Marlo Caponpon); Redbluex, De La Salle Lipa Danz Zone Influxus (choreographer, roggerbasco); SALINDAYAW Dance Company Femmes, De La Salle Lipa-College (choreographer, Rommel Quizon); Sinag Ng Lahi Dance Company, San Pablo Colleges, San Pablo City (choreographer, Dong Santos); St. Benilde ROMANCON DANCE COMPANY, DLSU-CSB, Manila (choreographer, Paul Christian Tan Deriquito); and University of Batangas Dance Company, Batangas City (choreographer, Allan Jeff Evangelista).

DLSLs Arts Month officially opened on February 3 at the Br. Benilde Hall with a variety of artistic performances from Aemilio Enginco, Solo Classical Guitarist; Chris William Mercado, Performance Art; Via Mojado, Pop Song; Aligma Dance Troupe, Hip Hop Dance Number; and the IS Symphonic Band.

'Padayon' (Resilience), a multimedia art exhibit by Paulo Carlo Castillo ran from February 10-14 at the College Lobby.

'Inspira,' installation art and performance art by multimedia artist roggerbasco took place on February 11 at the Batanguenong Sining Galeri, SENTRUM.

On February 19, 'Infocus: Burdaang Taal,' a whole day exhibit and 'calado'-weaving demo by two invited 'burdaderos' from Taal took place at the Hall of Lasallian Saints lobby.

Another regular feature in Arts Month is the TAMA participation. The group's 'Karibok,' the site specific performances by select artists from Manila and Batangas were featured on February 24.


SUBJECT OFFERINGS for SUMMER of AY 2013-2014
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SUMMER PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULES



















































SUMMER PRE-ENROLLMENT SCHEDULES


as of February 14, 2014


DATE


FIRST YEAR


Feb 18


 CBEAM


Feb 19


 CITE


Feb 20


 CIHTM


Feb 21


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


 


SECOND YEAR


Feb 24


 CBEAM


Feb 25


 CITE


Feb 26


 CIHTM


Feb 27


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


 


THIRD, FOURTH YEAR & FIFTH YEAR for CITE


Mar 3


 CBEAM


Mar 4


 CITE


Mar 5


 CIHTM


Mar 6


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


 














Venue


TIME OF PRE-ENROLLMENT


Any computer w/ Internet Access - url


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


Anytime during the schedule indicated above


Internet Lab, 4TH Floor, Diokno Bldg.


8:00 am - 5:00 pm


 



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


 


 


Adjustment, Printing & Issuance of OEAF and Payment


 

























DATE


COLLEGE


ALL YEAR LEVELS


COMPUTER


LABORATORY


Apr 8


   CBEAM


MB 409


Apr 10-11


 CITE


MB 308 & MB 309


Apr 10


 CIHTM


MB 509 


Apr 11


 CEAS, CoN, CoL


MB 510


 


 


Please be guided accordingly, thank you.


 


'Technopreneurs Bootcamp' at DLSL
School host De La Salle Lipa, along with the major sponsor Smart Communications served as partners of IdeaSpace Foundation, Inc. and together they presented the Ideaspace: #Technopreneur Bootcamp @ Southern Luzon held on December 4, 2013 at the SENTRUM.

The event was not only brimming with participants but with ideas as well from students, faculty members, and guests who led the pack of aspiring technology entrepreneurs.

Four startup speakers namely, Earl Valencia, IdeaSpace President; Au Soriano and Maui Millan, PinoyTravel Co-Founders; and JR Cantos, Likha Internet President & CEO, were invited to share their success stories on business ventures using their bright ideas through modern technologies.  

Subsequent contest on startup ideas took place in which DLSLs participating BS ECE students and engineer faculty members were adjudged winners, placing second and third, respectively with the following entries: SMART B.U.S. by Michelle Palcon, John Rey de Torres and Eljon de Ocampo of Class T3A, and the Salt-Water Powered Lamp by Engr. Aisa Mijeno and Engr. Oscar Bryan Magtibay.

This year's top prize went to the entry 'GoCharge System' by a business professional - Allen Pilares of Tinkbox.

Below is the complete list of the top ten entries.   

Title: Tech-Care: Secured Electronic Prescription
Members:             
Marc Inno Bulos (BSCoE)
Richard Tenorio (BSCoE)
Leo James Cornejo (BSCoE)
 
Title:                     Salt-Water Powered Lamps
Members:           
Engr. Aisa Mijeno                        
Engr. Oscar Bryan Magtibay
 
Title:  SMART Bus
Members:
Michelle Palcon (BSECE)
John Rey de Torres (BSECE)
Eljon de Ocampo (BSECE)
 
Title:Tru3Display
Members: 
Ryan Bond Hernandez (BSECE)
Isaac Newton Marquez (BSECE)
Rolando Navarete Ilagan (BSECE)
 
Title:  Multi-purpose Watch for Unexpected Life Situations
Members:
Abigail Joyce Dimaculangan (BSECE)
 Rionle Abanes (BSECE)
Lloyd Dapul (BSECE)
 
Title: Automatic Main Lock Door
Members:
Jonald Maligaya (BSECE)
Mhyca Macalinao (BSECE)
Jeff Valencia (BSECE)
 
Title: Vending Machine via SMS
Members:
Acelyn Barcelos (BSECE)
Johniel Galang (BSECE)
 
Title:  Automated Ordering System for Fast Food Chains
Members:
Roslyn Laylo(BSECE)
Criselle Receno (BSECE)
Kathleen Kaye Rosales (BSECE)
 
Title: Coin-Operated Printing Machine with Web-based Application
Members:
Meryl Aldover (BSECE)
Mark Arvin Aldover (BSECE)
Nicko Lina (BSECE)
 
Title:  Power Monitoring and Control System
Members:
Keith Jevin Mendoza (BSEE)
Michael Valencia (BSEE)
Ianne Dalangin (BSEE)
 
Title: AI Prototype
Members:
Danilo Atienza (BSCS)
Raisa Carrabit (BSCS)
Jovin Puyo (BSCS)

Title:  The Go Charge System
Member:
Allen Pilares


SYSTEMS ANALYST

       Qualification Standards


         -        Experience as Project Manager is an advantage


     -        Background in Linux is an advantage


     -        At least 3 years experience in software development


     -       Knowledgeable in PHP and VB.net programming language


     -       Background in Windows Server


     -       Ability to solve software-related problems


     -       With pleasing personality


     -       With good interpersonal skills


     -       Team player


     -       Can work with minimum supervision


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Preparation is now well underway for the teams regional competition.       


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Synexcel Consulting grabs third place in CIMA GBC Natl Finals
Synexcel Consulting,  consisted of four senior BS Accountancy (BSA) students Mary Jane Claveria, Jessyl De Castro, Mark Ibayan and Dency Topacio, placed third in this years Chartered Institute of Management Accountants Global Business Challenge (CIMA GBC) national finals after competing with six other top contenders last June 21 at Century Park Hotel, Manila.

CIMA GBC is an annual international business competition designed to bring out the best in young business leaders of tomorrow.  It is an opportunity for students around the world to showcase their talent in business management. This years competition is an analysis of the business and operational issues of a growing toy manufacturing company in Europe.

Synexcel Consulting submitted their case analyses last April 1 for the preliminary screening of the competition. Synexcel bested 54 teams representing 37 schools nationwide during the preliminary rounds, securing their place within the seven finalists that would compete on the national finals.

Other finalists listed were Team Power Up from De La Salle University (DLSU), Team My Charlie Legion from Malayan Colleges Laguna, Team Pylon Consultancy from Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP), Team WL Griffin Accountants Inc. from MSU - Iligan Institute of Technology, Team NDDU JPIA from Notre Dame of Dadiangas University, and Team Bluechips Scions from University of the Philippines (UP) Visayas.

At the national finals, the seven teams presented their papers in front of six judges, namely Prof. Dr. Rozainun Haji Abdul Aziz, FCMA, CGMA, the Dean, Faculty of Accountancy of Universiti Teknologi MARA Malaysia; Mr. Abhaya Gupta, the Director and Head of Technology of Barclays Corporate New Markets and India Delivery Centre; Ms. Consuelo O. Cadelia, the 2013 ACPACI National President and the Vice President, Controllership of SM Retail, Inc.; Mr. Leonardo D. Cuaresma, the Chief Operations Officer of Punongbayan & Araullo; Ms. Rebecca Sarmenta, partner in SGV & Co., Risk Advisory Services; and Mr. Venkkat Ramanan, the Head of South East Asia CIMA. Dr. Abdul Aziz served as the chief judge of the competition.  Synexcel was first to present their case analysis, followed by a ten-minute question & answer portion.

DLSUs Team Power Up emerged Champions for this years challenge, with UP Visayas Bluechips Scions as First Runner Up and DLSLs Synexcel as Second Runner Up. Team Power Up would be representing the Philippines for CIMA GBC Global Finals to be held at Johannesburg, South Africa on August 28-29.

 


Suarez, Perez, medalists in Intl Mathematics
Vincent Angelo Suarez, grade 6 and Angelo Vince Perez, grade 5, were among the Philippines delegates who reaped silver and bronze medals, respectively, in the International Mathematics Competition (IMC) held in Singapore on August 2-5, 2013.

Suarez, despite his age, may be considered a veteran in international competitions. His track record shows that he was a bronze medalist in the IMC 2010, silver medalist in 2011 and 2012, and a silver medalist in the International Mathematics and Science Olympiad in 2012; aside from the local competitions where he collected several medals and trophies in group and individual mathematics competitions.

Perez, a newbie in an international contest, proved worthy to be one of the countrys representatives. As another math whiz, he has also gone through several local competitions to meet the requirements before facing international contenders.

According to the Mathematics Trainers Guild Philippines, this years IMC revived the ranking of the country, placing number one overall after besting the long-time top contender China which ranked second, while Singapore third. Succeeding ranks are as follows: Taiwan, Korea, Thailand, Indonesia, Iran, Hong Kong, and India.

The Philippines was represented by 232 delegates and gathered 23 gold medals, 45 silver and 95 bronze.


Sports
Baseball

Games are played at the Sports Complex located on the north side of campus. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Basketball

Games are played in the SENTRUM, Centennial Sports Plaza 1 and 2 and in the Sports Complex (2 outdoor basketball courts). Locker rooms are inside the SENTRUM. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Football

Games are played at the Sports Complex located on the north side of campus. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Softball

Games are played at the Sports Complex located on the north side of campus. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Lawn Tennis

Games are played at the Sports Complex Center (2 tennis courts). Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Track & Field

Games are played at the Sports Complex located on the north side of campus. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.



Volleyball

Games are played in the SENTRUM, Centennial Sports Plaza and in the Sports Complex (4 outdoor volleyball courts). Locker rooms are inside the SENTRUM. Team busses or vans can park in the Receiving Entrance or at the back of the SENTRUM.





Training Schedule































































































Team Event Event
Integrated School Varsity Everyday 4:00pm - 6:00 pm
Basketball - Men MWF 6:00 am - 9:00 am
College Varsity Teams    
Athletics TThS 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Badminton-Men TTh 6:00pm - 8:30 pm
Badminton-Women Sat 8:00 am - 10:00 am
Baseball - Men TThS 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Chess TThS 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Football - Men TTH 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Lawn Tennis TThS 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Table Tennis TThS 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Taekwondo-Men WTh 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Taekwondo-Women Sat 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Volleyball - Men TThS 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Volleyball - Women MWF 7:00 am - 10:00 am
Basketball - Women TThS 7:00 am - 10:00 am 




Season Calendar





















































Schedule Event
August Pep Rally

National Interschool Taekwondo Competition
September NCAA-South First Semester Events

Rizal Football Association
October NCAA-South Finals

TOT Baseball/Softball League
Novemember Lipa City Division Athletic Meet

Metro Manila Basketball League

WNCAA-South
December PRISAA Batangas
January NCAA-South Second Semester Events

Rizal Football Association

Friendship & Solidarity Cup
February  PRISAA Regional

Foundation Week Invitationals
March STCAA
April Varsity Summer Training

Palarong Pambansa
May Summer Sports

Varsity Summer Training
   

Sports & Culture
















Search Tools











The use of card catalogue and Athena online system is the key to find the materials and collection of IS LRC.





  1. A. Card Catalog


A card catalog is a systematic listing of all books and materials in the library. Card Catalogs are of three types: author, subject and title card





  1. B. Athena OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)


The Athena System serves as database of the LRC’s collection both print and non print materials.

The system includes searching, cataloging, inventory, and processing of borrowing and returning of books and other materials in the LRC.



Steps in Using Online Catalogue


  1. On Quick Search, type the word/phrase (e.g. title of books, author, subject) you want to locate then click the Search button or press enter.

  2. Athena will show you all the entries that match your search.

  3. Click on the title and copy the Call number and title of the book.

  4. Look for the book on the shelves.








Athena on Web


ACCESSING OPAC ON THE WEB



  1. Open the DLSL website, click on the “LIBRARY” Basic Education

  2. Go to services – online tools, click on Athena Web-Integrated School.

  3. When Athena web appears, click on “access patron info”.

  4. On the dialog box Patron ID, log on using your employee or student number + your surname and click select.

  5. The list of your borrowed books will then appear. The red highlighted date indicates that the book is already overdue.






EBSCO and ProQuest




When inside the campus:



  1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

  2. Click the “library” link in the left side of the screen

  3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

  4. A window will pop-up, then click the link of EBSCO.

  5. Log-in the user ID and password given by the LRC personnel.

  6. Click the EBSCO service needed

  7. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, click the boxes next to the database and click continue

  8. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”

  9. Create a personalized EBSCO account for an easier access of the searched article/s




When outside of the campus:



  1. Go to http://search.ebscohost .com

  2. Type the username and password. (ask the librarian for the username and password)

  3. Click the link of EBSCO service you want to use

  4. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, check the boxes next to the databases and click Continue

  5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”




ProQuest Online Database



  1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

  2. Click the “library” link on the left side of the screen

  3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

  4. Click on the ProQuest link and type in the user ID and password (please get the user ID and password from the Internet Lab clerk or clerical assistant on duty)

  5. Start typing the key word in the text box then click “search”.







Information Technology Room


Internet surfing and CD-ROM searching are offered in this area, which has 25 computer units. The IT librarian or staff manages the daily operations of the IT room. Certain procedures are to be followed upon entering the information Technology Room.



IT Procedures:



  1. The IT room is strictly for “research purposes only”. Therefore, opening of malicious, scandalous and vulgar sites is strictly prohibited. Likewise, chatting is not allowed for students. It is the responsibility of the staff to check and control the users of the IT room.

  2. Each user/researcher is requested to log in properly before using the computer.

  3. Everyone is entitled to a 30 minutes computer use. The IT staff has the authority to limit each user.

  4. The one computer one student policy is practiced in the IT room.

  5. Students are prohibited to do the following:

  6. Playing online games

  7. Saving of files on personal flash disk

  8. Encoding of projects

  9. Eating inside the room






WIFI Internet Service


The LRC is a wi-fi zone. Students, faculty and staff with personal laptop may avail the wifi services. However, laptops are to be configured at the IT domain to be able to access the internet through wifi.



A configuration form is available at the circulation area, while configuration is to be done at the domain from 8:00-4:00 pm daily. The configured laptop will prompt a network key password which the librarian will provide.






Search Tools









The use of card catalogue and Athena online system is the key to find the materials and collection of IS LRC.





  1. A. Card Catalog


A card catalog is a systematic listing of all books and materials in the library. Card Catalogs are of three types: author, subject and title card





  1. B. Athena  OPAC (Online Public Access Catalog)


The Athena System serves as database of the LRC’s collection both print and non print materials.

The system includes searching, cataloging, inventory, and processing of borrowing and returning of books and other materials in the LRC.



Steps in Using Online Catalogue


  1. On Quick Search, type the word/phrase (e.g. title of books, author, subject) you want to locate then click the Search button or press enter.

  2. Athena will show you all the entries that match your search.

  3. Click on the title and copy the Call number and title of the book.

  4. Look for the book on the shelves.








Athena on Web


ACCESSING OPAC ON THE WEB



  1. Open the DLSL website, click on the “LIBRARY” Basic Education

  2. Go to services – online tools, click on Athena Web-Integrated School.

  3. When Athena web appears, click on “access patron info”.

  4. On the dialog box Patron ID, log on using your employee or student number + your surname and click select.

  5. The list of your borrowed books will then appear. The red highlighted date indicates that the book is already overdue.






EBSCO and ProQuest




When inside the campus:



  1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

  2. Click the “library” link in the left side of the screen

  3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

  4. A window will pop-up, then click the link of EBSCO.

  5. Log-in the user ID and password given by the LRC personnel.

  6. Click the EBSCO service needed

  7. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, click the boxes next to the database and click continue

  8. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”

  9. Create a personalized EBSCO account for an easier access of the searched article/s




When outside of the campus:



  1. Go to http://search.ebscohost .com

  2. Type the username and password. (ask the librarian for the username and password)

  3. Click the link of EBSCO service you want to use

  4. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, check the boxes next to the databases and click Continue

  5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text  box then click “search”


 


 


ProQuest Online Database



  1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

  2. Click the “library” link on the left side of the screen

  3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

  4. Click on the ProQuest link and type in the user ID and password (please get the user ID and password from the Internet Lab clerk or clerical assistant on duty)

  5. Start typing the key word in the text box then click “search”.







Information Technology Room


Internet surfing and CD-ROM searching are offered in this area, which has 25 computer units. The IT librarian or staff manages the daily operations of the IT room. Certain procedures are to be followed upon entering the information Technology Room.



IT Procedures:



  1. The IT room is strictly for “research purposes only”. Therefore, opening of malicious, scandalous and vulgar sites is strictly prohibited. Likewise, chatting is not allowed for students. It is the responsibility of the staff to check and control the users of the IT room.

  2. Each user/researcher is requested to log in properly before using the computer.

  3. Everyone is entitled to  a 30 minutes  computer use. The IT staff has the authority to limit each user.

  4. The one computer one student policy is practiced in the IT room.

  5. Students are prohibited to do the following:

  6. Playing online games

  7. Saving of files on personal flash disk

  8. Encoding of projects

  9. Eating inside the room






WIFI Internet Service


The LRC is a wi-fi zone. Students, faculty and staff with personal laptop may avail the wifi services. However, laptops are to be configured at the IT domain to be able to access the internet through wifi.



A configuration form is available at the circulation area, while configuration is to be done at the domain from 8:00-4:00 pm daily. The configured laptop will prompt a network key password which the librarian will provide.





Sections, Collections & Classifications

Sections in the Library





  • Depository Section

    where researchers deposit things before going to the reader’s area.

  • Readers and Reference Service Counter

    where the borrowing and returning of books take place.

  • Conference Room

    where small meetings take place.

  • Information Technology Room (IT room)

    the area for
    CD-ROM searching and internet surfing.

  • Periodical Section

    for information file of magazines and newspaper articles, pamphlets, loose or bound issues of magazines and journals.

  • Viewing Section

    the area where students have their filmviewing and powerpoint presentation. Students are allowed to go to this area only if they are accompanied by their subject teachers.

  • Reading Loft

    is one of the reading areas of the LRC where students are free to stay while reading a book or making their assignments. (GSLRC)







The Collection




  • General Collection

    contains the most number of the library collection. All the non-fiction books which may be borrowed for home use are found here.

  • Filipiniana Collection

    contains all materials or publication about the Philippines, its people and culture.

  • Reference Collection

    contains the general reference books which researchers consult for facts and information. Examples are encyclopedias, dictionaries, yearbooks, almanacs and others. Books under this area are not intended for home use.

  • Professional Collection

    contains professional reading materials which are intended for faculty use only.

  • Lasalliana Collection

    contains materials and publications about St. John Baptist De La Salle and other Lasallian saints and brothers. These are published by La Salle schools and other institutions.

  • Easy Book Collection

    contains easy reading materials for children like picture books and coloring books, wordless books and others. (GSLRC)




Location Symbol of the Collection





  • Gen. - General Collection

  • Fil - Filipiniana Collection/

  • Fic - Fiction Collection

  • Ref - Reference Collection

  • Prof. - Professional Collection

  • LC - Lasalliana Collection

  • E - Easy Book Collection







Classification and Arrangement


The LRC uses the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC) which classifies all materials as follows:





  • 000-099 General Works

  • 100-199 Philosophy and Psychology

  • 200 - 299 Religion

  • 300 - 399 Social Sciences

  • 400 - 499 Languages

  • 500 - 599 Pure Sciences

  • 600 - 699 Applied Sciences and Useful Arts

  • 700 - 799 The Arts

  • 800 - 899 Literature

  • 900 - 999 History, Biography and Geography


Sections, Collections & Classifications

Sections in the Library





  • Depository Section

    where researchers deposit things before going to the reader’s area.

  • Readers and Reference Service Counter

    where the borrowing and returning of books take place.

  • Conference Room

    where small meetings take place.

  • Information Technology Room (IT room)

    the area for
    CD-ROM searching and internet surfing.

  • Periodical Section

    for information file of magazines and newspaper articles, pamphlets, loose or bound issues of magazines and journals.

  • Viewing Section

    the area where students have their filmviewing and powerpoint presentation. Students are allowed to go to this area only if they are accompanied by their subject teachers.

  • Reading Loft

    is one of the reading areas of the LRC where students are free to stay while reading a book or making their assignments.  (GSLRC)







The Collection




  • General Collection

    contains the most number of the library collection. All the non-fiction books which may be borrowed for home use are found here.

  • Filipiniana Collection

    contains all materials or publication about the Philippines, its people and culture.

  • Reference Collection

    contains the general reference books which researchers consult for facts and information. Examples are  encyclopedias, dictionaries, yearbooks, almanacs and others. Books under this area are not intended for home use.

  • Professional Collection

    contains professional reading  materials which are intended for faculty use only.

  • Lasalliana Collection

    contains materials and publications about St. John Baptist De La Salle and other Lasallian saints and brothers. These are published by La Salle schools and other institutions.

  • Easy Book Collection

    contains easy reading materials for children like picture books and coloring books, wordless books and others. (GSLRC)




Location Symbol of the Collection





  • Gen. - General Collection

  • Fil - Filipiniana Collection/

  • Fic - Fiction Collection

  • Ref - Reference Collection

  • Prof. - Professional Collection

  • LC - Lasalliana Collection

  • E - Easy Book Collection







Classification and Arrangement


The LRC uses the Dewey Decimal Classification System (DDC) which classifies all materials as follows:





  • 000-099 General Works

  • 100-199 Philosophy and Psychology

  • 200 - 299 Religion

  • 300 - 399 Social Sciences

  • 400 - 499 Languages

  • 500 - 599 Pure Sciences

  • 600 - 699 Applied Sciences and Useful Arts

  • 700 - 799 The Arts

  • 800 - 899 Literature

  • 900 - 999 History, Biography and Geography


SENTRUM


Sections, Services & Guidelines

Readers’ Services

(Ground Floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)



I. Circulation Section



The circulation section provides the following services such as

borrowing, returning and renewal of books, reserve book, users education through library orientation and personal advise, current awareness through bulletin board display, Pathfinder and Bibliography, new acquisitions on display, class reservation, discussion rooms, library clearance, general reference tools for school administrators, faculty, staff, students and other Learning Resource Center users.





  1. Services



    1. circulation (book loans)

    2. borrowing, returning and renewal of books

    3. reserve book

    4. users education through library orientation and personal advise

    5. current awareness through bulletin board display, Pathfinder and Bibliography

    6. new acquisitions on display

    7. OPAC/Web OPAC

    8. class reservation

    9. discussion rooms

    10. library clearance

    11. general reference tools

    12. referral

    13. photocopying service


     


  2. Loan Policies

  3. Validated School ID with barcode is required when borrowing any library materials.



































    Type of Library books/materials

    Duration

    Bibles including NSTP story books

    Library and classroom use only

    General circulation

    2 days - renewable 3 times

    Fiction books

    one (1) week only

    General references like encyclopedias, almanacs, yearbooks, atlases

    library and photocopy use only

    Teacher’s Reference (TER) Collection

    faculty use only for (1) week

     


    Reserve books

    library/photocopy use and for overnight use starts 5:00pm and must be returned not later than 9:00am the next day.

    JPIA books

    one (1) week – For Accountancy students only




     


  4. Overdue Fines






















  5. Reserve books including NSTP story  books

    Php2.00/ library hour

    Non-Reserve/ General circulation books

    Php10.00/ book/ school day

    AV materials/equipment

    Php2.00/hour

    Lost and/or Damaged Library Materials

    will be paid for or replace with the same or with a related or updated title plus 50.00 processing fee.

    Lost and/or damaged Date Due Card

    Php50.00.




          

  6. Photocopying

  7. A photocopying pass is issued by the Circulation counter before the service is availed and should abide the Philippine Copyright Law on Fair Use that only parts of the material should be reproduced or photocopied.



    Photocopying Guidelines



    1. Published materials (Reserve, Filipiniana, General and Reference Collections)


      1. Single copy may be made of any of the following by or for a teacher at his or her individual request for his or her research or use in teaching or preparation to teach a class:

        • A chapter from a book

        • An article from a periodical or newspaper

        • A short story, short essay or short poem, whether or not from a collective work

        • A chart, graph, diagram, drawing, cartoon or picture from a book, periodicals or newspaper




      2. Allowed to photocopy 3 books (only parts needed for class use as mentioned above) at a time for 15-minutes. Beyond 15-minutes, if books are not returned, the amount of Php2.00 pesos per hour shall be collected and 10.00 pesos per day.






    2. Unpublished materials (include Theses, Feasibility Studies, Management Technology Report)

      1. These unpublished materials are for library use only.

      2. Photocopying, video and photo shots thru cellular phones, digital/video cameras are not allowed.

      3. Only authors of the unpublished material shall be allowed to photocopy/reproduce of is/her own work, provided that the owner shall present a request form secured from the CLRC circulation section, a letter of intent address to CLRC Head together with his/her ID.




    3. Sanctions


    4. The researchers are subject to disciplinary actions once caught in action. These sanctions apply to students, faculty, staff and outside researchers.

      First offense: Oral warning

      Second offense: Written warning

      Third offense: Termination from the use of Theses, FS, MTR, for one semester and denied request for referral letter.



     


  8. Referral Services

  9. The referral letter is issued to the faculty/staff/students who need to visit other schools and companies for their research needs.  Fill out a request form at the Readers’ Services counter a day before the scheduled date.  Each school has its own schedule and policies to be followed. Request should be made one (1) day prior to scheduled visit.




    1. Unclaimed referral letter/s would mean thirty–day (30) suspension of

    2. During the summer term, referral letters are not issued and outside are not entertained.

    3. A maximum of 5 persons per school per day can be sent for research.





  10. Discussion Rooms


    • Reservation is done at the circulation counter. It is on a first come-first-served basis.

    • Only 1 slot per day per group is allowed.

    • Only 10 students are allowed per group.

    • No foods and drinks allowed inside the room.

    • Observe silence and orderliness in the room. Aircon units should be turned off after use.




 


II. Periodical section


(4th floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)


This is the place where current newspapers, bound and loose periodicals are housed for inside reading and photocopy use only. Theses and MTR are also found in this area.



  • newspaper, journals and magazines

  • indexes and abstracts

  • bound/loose periodicals

  • corporate profile

  • vertical files/information files

  • theses/MTR collection

  • clippings




Guidelines:



  1. Users are expected to wear their School ID and this will be used in borrowing any library materials.

  2. Users are to be counted, they should log in with their corresponding college they belong.

  3. Dress code prescribed by the D.O. should be followed.

  4. Materials are for inside(room use) and photocopy use only

  5. Users are expected to observe silence and shows respect to all library personnel including Working Scholars.

  6. Cellular phones and similar electronic devices must be turned “OFF/silent mode”. Urgent calls should be made outside the LRC.

  7. Laptop can be bought inside the library with its own battery and without the use of library’s power supply.

  8. Foods and Drinks are not allowed.

  9. Users leaving the library should present their personal belonging at the circulation area for inspection.

  10. Thesis, MTR, FS are for inside use only and cannot be photocopied, even taking pictures are prohibited.



 


Audio Visual Section

(3rd floor, Sen. Jose Diokno building)


This section consists of audio visual materials and equipment to cater the multimedia/audiovisual needs for academic related activities.



  • non- print materials (CD, DVD, maps, poster, etc.)

  • multimedia equipment for reservation

  • installed multimedia equipment in 3 buildings (Noli, Fili, Mabini Bldgs.)

  • audio visual rooms

  • MB auditorium usage/reservation




Operating Procedure of the Audio Visual Section



Office Hours:

First and Second Semester

Monday to Friday – 7:00am-8:00pm

Saturday – 7:30am-5:00pm



Semestral Break and Summer Break

Monday to Friday – 7:00am-12:00nn and 1:00pm-5:00pm

Saturday – 8:00am-5:00pm



Summer Class Period

Monday to Friday – 7:00am-5:00pm

Saturday – 8:00am-5:00pm





  1. Reservation

    At least 2 weeks (maximum) and 3 days (minimum) before the date of use. On the spot reservation is accepted provided that there is an available unit or material.


  2. AV Materials


    • home use for student - overnight and 1 title only

    • home use for faculty and staff - 3 days and maximum of 3 titles

    • classroom use – 2 weeks without maximum titles allowed and     should be returned each day after use



  3. Equipment


    • maximum of two weeks reservation only

    • can only be renewed on the last day of the continues 2 week reservation

    • no maximum unit allowed as long as available




  4. Audio Visual Room


    • for film viewing only using the installed DVD player, VHS player, and television

    • maximum of two weeks reservation only

    • can only be renewed on the last day of the continues 2 week reservation



  5. Mabini Auditorium and Amphitheater


    • for academic and non-academic use

    • should have a temporary reservation first and must fill up reservation slip

    • can be reserved for a long period provided with approved letter submitted to the LRC head

    • the AV section and the requesting party should have a copy of the approved reservation slip as a proof of reservation







Borrowing, Lending, Returning, and Usage

  • No reservation, no borrowing unless there is an available slot, unit or material.

  • Borrower’s Card (for faculty/staff only) or School ID (for faculty/staff and student) is required for faculty/staff in exchange of the equipment of material. It should only be returned to the patron once the equipment or material is returned in good condition.

  • The equipment or material will be checked first before lending to borrowers as well as upon returning.

  • Original materials are not subject for lending to preserve the materials. Only duplicate copies will be lent.

  • Food and drinks are not allowed at the AVR, Mabini Auditorium, and Amphitheater.



 


Statistics

  • Once the equipment or material is borrowed, the AV staff or CA will tally how many units were loaned to the faculty.

  • AVR, Mabini Auditorium and Amphitheater will be tallied upon usage.

  • There are also statistics for colleges to determine the top college user.

  • Statistics are summarized every end of the month and every end of the quarter.




Overdue

Overdue fines for materials and equipment are only implemented if the borrower didn’t return the items loaned to him/her.




  • Equipment - P2.00 per hour per equipment

  • Materials - for students: P10.00 per day per material


    • for faculty and staff: P5:00 per day per material







Violations

AV equipment should be returned on time, if not, there are corresponding sanctions aside from paying overdue fines and making an apology letter.




  • First offense, 1 week banned from use and reservation.

  • Second offense, 2 weeks banned from use and reservation.

  • Third offense, students and teachers will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.






Damage and Loss of AV Materials, Equipment, Turnstile ID Pass, and
Yellow Temporary ID


  • If the non-print duplicate AV materials were returned damaged or lost by the borrower, he/she must replace it with blank CD-R or DVD-R and casing. If it is an original material, the borrower must replace it with the same title.

  • If the print AV materials were returned damaged or lost by the borrower, he/she must replace it with the same kind.

  • If the AV equipment is damaged by the borrower, he/she is responsible for the repair expense.

  • If the AV equipment is lost by the borrower, he/she must replace the unit with the same kind, brand and model.

  • If the turnstile ID pass was lost by the student, he/she must pay P100.00 at the cashier and present the receipt to the AV staff.

  • If the yellow temporary ID was lost by the student, he/she must replace it with laminating plastic and ID clip.





Others

  • Every morning, the opening staff on duty will conduct a simple inventory of the equipment to ensure that there is no missing unit.

  • During the evening, the closing staff on duty will conduct simple checking all the installed equipment on classrooms to make sure that all units were properly shut down and cabinets are locked.

  • Repair of the installed equipment on classrooms will be done depending on the availability of the room.

  • Minor repair of the AV equipment were performed by the AV staff while major repair were done the school’s technician or brought to the service center or supplier.




Guidelines on Reservations and Borrowing of Video Materials (VCDs and DVDs)


  • VCDs and DVDs can be borrowed for classroom and home use.

  • Faculty members can reserve & borrow the materials for class use for two (2) weeks provided that he/she will return it each day after use while materials for home use are good for three (3) days only.

  • Faculty members are allowed to borrow a maximum of three (3) titles for home use while students are allowed one (1) title only. All of which are duplicate copies.

  • Reservation and approval on the use of material is on “First Come, First Served” basis.

  • Requesting party is responsible for the care of the materials. If found damaged due to negligence, it will be his/her responsibility.

  • School ID and/or Borrower’s Card is required in every transaction.

  • Materials should be returned on time, otherwise, overdue fines will be collected at P5.00 per day (faculty) and P10.00 per day (students). 



 


Note: Students can borrow the material at 5:00pm and should be returned the next school day not later than 5:00pm




Guidelines and Procedure on Laptop Reservation and Usage All Laptop units are intended for official business use only.

  • The equipment can only be borrowed if approved by the LRC Head

  • Reservation and approval on the use of equipment is on “First Come, First



Served Basis”.





  • Students and organization’s officers are not allowed to borrow a unit for their activities except on activity period (TTH 2:35-3:55pm).

  • Off campus use is not a common practice and must be cleared with the LRC Head with approved letter and off campus pass.

  • All saving disk media such as floppy disk, CD, flash drive and others must be\





Scanned first before opening and using.




  • Presentation can be saved on desktop and must be deleted after usage.

  • Requesting party is responsible for the care of the equipment. Once the equipment is damaged, the bearer is responsible for the repair expense.

  • The AV Librarian/personnel must be properly informed if reservation will be cancelled.

  • Equipment should be returned on time, if not, there are corresponding sanctions.



                   For Students

                   1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)

                   2. Submit a Letter of Apology

                       i. First offense, 1 week banned for use and reservation.

                       ii. Second offense, 2 weeks banned for use and  reservation.

                       iii. Third offense, students will not be allowed to use and

                             reserve for the whole semester





  1. Guidelines and Procedures on the use of LCD Projector and other AV Equipment


The LCD Projector and other equipment such as overhead projector  (OHP), karaoke, slide projector, Vision visualizer, microphone/stand, video player, digital camera, portable frequency transmitter, headsets, & others can be borrowed and used for:



  • classroom (during class hour/period)

  • academic exhibit (maximum of four hours a day only is allowed)

  • seminar and workshop (as per schedule)

  • student organization’s activities (as per schedule)

  • institutional activities (as per schedule)

  • off campus use (as per schedule) – must submit letter and Off Campus Pass to LRC Head


Note: The LCD Projector with 4000 lumens can be used only at the Sentrum.


            


  1. Approval on the use of the equipment is on a first-come-first-served basis.

  2. Reservation by phone is accepted, however reservation form must be filled out for confirmation three (3 )days before the date of use.

  3. The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation.

  4. The equipment should be returned on time. If the Audio Visual office is
    already closed, surrender the units at the Sen. Jose Diokno Lobby Guard. Those who will return the equipment late will be given a sanction.




For Students


  1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)

  2. Submit letter of apology to the LRC Head.

  3. First offense, 1 week banned for use and reservation.

  4. Second offense, 2 weeks banned for use and reservation.

  5. Third offense, students will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.

    Once the equipment is damaged, the bearer is responsible for the repair expense. (The AV staff will check the equipment once returned). All technical problems must be reported immediately to the AV office.




Guidelines on the Use of the MABINI Auditorium, Amphitheater and Its Facilities

  • Secure and fill out a reservation form from the AV office one week before the scheduled event. Always include your purpose.

  • Approval on the use of the room is on “First Come, First Served” basis.

  • Unconfirmed reservation two (2) days before the scheduled use of the venue will be cancelled.



  • Room key, remote of LCDs, air-conditioning units, and computer cabinet keys can be borrowed from the AV office, 3rd floor of Senator Jose Diokno Building, if the technician is not around.

  • Food and drinks are not allowed inside the room.

  • Handle and operate the equipment with care. Shut down and unplug them properly after use.

  • Make sure to switch off the lights, air-conditioning units, lock the equipment cabinet and room before leaving.

  • Any technical problem should be reported immediately to the AV office at local 257.




Guidelines and Procedures on the Use of Installed LCD and Computer Units

  • Borrow the key and LCD remote control units of LCD projector at the Nursing Library ground floor of the Mabini Building.

  • Cabinet for the computer units and its accessories are not movable.

  • Operate the equipment with proper care.

  • Do not unplug the VGA cable cord at the computer unit. If the presentor has his/her own laptop or computer, borrow the LCD at the AV office to avoid damage of the installed equipment.

  • Make sure to shut down, switch off, and unplug all the equipment after its usage.


  • Be sure to lock the equipment cabinet properly

  • Report to the personnel at the Nursing Library (local 272) or at the AV office (loc. 257) any technical problem that will arise.

  • Return the key and remote control units at the Nursing Library.

  • If the Nursing Library is already closed, surrender the units at the Sen. Jose Diokno Lobby Guard.


  • In case you need the equipment and your assigned classroom does not have the said equipment, swapping of room will be allowed only if it is not being used. Proper coordination with the assigned faculty is important.





Guidelines on the use of Audio Visual Rooms and its Facilities

  • Secure a reservation form from the AV office one week before the scheduled event (the AV personnel will check first the availability of the venue before issuing the reservation form).

  • AV rooms are exclusive for film viewing only.



    1. Submit the fully accomplished reservation forms three days before the scheduled use of the venue. Approval on the use of the room is on First-Come-First-Served basis.

    2. The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation. Telephone reservation is accepted but he/she will still fill-out reservation forms for confirmation.

    3. Operate the equipment with proper care.

    4. Food and drinks are not allowed inside the room.

    5. Installed equipment and accessories are not movable.

    6. Make sure to shut down, and unplug all the equipment after its usage.


    7. Switch off the lights and air-conditioned units before leaving the venue.

    8. Report to the AV technician or AV personnel at the AV office (loc. 257) any technical problem that will arise and was encountered.




    Guidelines on the use of the AB Comm Equipment

    • The equipment of the AB Communication Department such as headset, lapel microphone, camera microphone, camera tripod, digital camera, videocam, SLR camera, tape recorder, boom microphone, LED projector, and crane are exclusive for AB Communication and AB Multimedia Arts students and faculty only. The equipment are for academic purposes only and NOT for personal use. Co-workers and students from other departments may borrow the equipment only if they are not used by the Communication Department and upon approval of the Communication Dept. Chair.

    • Students and faculty/staff should file a temporary reservation at the AV office at least 3 days prior to intended date of use.

    • Reservation by phone is not accepted because he/she must specify personally the equipment that he/she will need.

    • Reservation forms should also be secured and accomplished. It must be approved by the Communication Department Chair and the CLRC Head. An approved request letter (especially for a whole day reservation) must be attached when submitted to the AV Office.

    • Generally, equipment must be used within the DLSL campus only. In case there will be a need to bring the equipment off campus, the borrower must submit a formal request letter approved by the Communication Department Chair and the CLRC Head. He/she must also accomplish an “Off Campus Pass of Equipment”.

    • Approval on the use of the equipment is on a first-come-first-served basis.

    • The AV personnel have the right to cancel unconfirmed reservation.

    • Upon claiming the equipment, the borrower must surrender his school ID to the AV staff and secure a temporary pass. For faculty/staff, their library borrower’s card should be surrendered upon claiming the reserved equipment.

    • Cassette tapes, video tapes, batteries (AA), and memory card are to be provided by the borrower.

    • If the borrower is not yet familiar on to use of the equipment, the Communication Department AV Technician will give an orientation on the proper use of the equipment.

    • Lending/endorsing equipment to other users is strictly prohibited.

    • The equipment should be returned on time. A sanction will be given for those who will return the equipment beyond the prescribed date.




    For Students


    1. Pay overdue fine (P 2.00 per hour)

    2. Submit letter of apology to the AV personnel.

    3. First offense: 1 week banned for use and reservation.

    4. Second offense: 2 weeks banned for use and reservation.

    5. Third offense: students will not be allowed to use and reserve for the whole semester.



    6. Requesting party is responsible for the care of the equipment. Once the equipment is damaged or lost, the borrower is responsible for the repair expense or replacement (The AV staff will check the equipment once returned). 

    7. All technical problems must be reported immediately to the AV office.


      Internet Laboratory (4th floor, Senator Jose Diokno building)


      This room offers internet searching and an access to on-line subscriptions to electronic journals (EBSCO and Britannica Online). Selected databases are listed for your research purposes, online searching, email access, internet surfing and printing searched documents at a reasonable cost.






    Guidelines on the Use of the Internet Laboratory



    • Students should sign on the form completely for their reservation within a particular time slot. Signing up more than once is prohibited because students are allowed to only one session a day to give others a chance to use the internet. Extension on the use of internet will only be allowed if the computer unit is still available after the session.

    • If the students who had signed-up for a particular time slot come 15 minutes late, the slot will be given to any walk-in student who wants to use the internet.

    • Students are off limits to the computer units assigned to the faculty and staff.

    • Students must present their school ID once the personnel assigned starts checking during the session.

    • Eating, drinking, loitering and unnecessary discussions are strictly prohibited. Staying in the laboratory without any computer available for use is also prohibited.

    • Opening of restricted/pornographic web sites and playing online games are not allowed. Changing of air conditioner and computer settings is also not allowed.

    • After the session ends, internet users should close all the programs to give way to the next users. Bags would be inspected before leaving the laboratory.

    • Wearing of inappropriate attire (e.g. sando, plunging neckline, halter tops, cycling shorts, pants which are not full length, shorts, clothes with frayed hems, tattered jeans, slippers, sleeveless shirts, mini-skirts, hanging and off-shoulders blouses, and other revealing attire) is not allowed.

    • All technical problems should be addressed to the Internet Laboratory Clerk or to any personnel on duty.

    • Violators of the Internet Laboratory policies will be sanctioned according to the discipline provisions of the College Student Handbook.

    • Installation of any software is not allowed.

    • Printing searched documents is allowed for 2.00/page for black and 5.00/page for colored printing.





    Guidelines on How to Use EBSCOhost (online subscription)

    While inside the campus, students should:



    1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

    2. Click the “library” link in the left side of the screen

    3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

    4. A window will pop-up, then click the link of EBSCO. Log-in the user ID and password given by the LRC personnel.

    5. Click the EBSCO service needed.

    6. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, click the boxes next to the database and click continue.

    7. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”

    8. Create a personalized EBSCO account for an easier access of the searched article/s.


    While outside of the campus:


    1. Go to http://search.ebscohost.com

    2. Type the username and password. (ask the librarian for the username and password)

    3. Click the link of EBSCO service you want to use.

    4. To search within a single database, click the database name. To select more than one database to search, check the boxes next to the databases and click continue

    5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text  box then click “search”.






    Guidelines on the use of ProQuest online database

    1. Go to www.dlsl.edu.ph

    2. Click the “library” link on the left side of the screen

    3. Under College of Learning Resources Center, click “Online Subscriptions” link.

    4. Click on the ProQuest link and type in the user ID and password (please get the user ID and password to the Internet Lab clerk or clerical assistant on duty)

    5. You can now start by typing the key word in the text box then click “search”.




    Nursing Library     

    Library Hours

    Regular Semesters:

    MWF 7:00am – 6:00pm

    TTh 7:00am – 6:00pm

    Saturday 8:00am – 11:00am, 11:00am – 12:00nn (Lunch Break), 12:00nn – 5:00 pm



    Semestral and Summer Breaks:


    Mon-Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm

    Saturday 8:00 am – 11:00am, 11:00am – 12:00nn (Lunch Break), 12:00nn – 5:00pm





    The Nursing Library is located at the 1st Floor of the Mabini Hall. Non- Nursing students are also welcome in this library.



    It has varied collections such as books, journals, magazines, encyclopedias, information files, charts and theses, which support the Nursing curriculum. It also provides audiovisual materials/equipment to support class activities such as OHP, Karaoke and LCD.




    Guidelines:


    1. SILENCE and ORDERLINESS must be observed. Discussions should be made outside the Nursing Library.

    2. Loitering and littering are not allowed.

    3. Bags are to be deposited at the depository area.

    4. Guidelines on Book Loans at the College Learning Resource Center are also   observed in the Nursing Library.

    5. On returning of materials:

      Borrowed materials from Nursing Library such as books, journals magazines, newspapers and AV equipment, should be returned only in the Nursing Library to avoid problems of lost and/or damaged materials and in recording your transactions. However, if the library is closed due to some unexpected reasons, please follow these guidelines:

      1. For borrowed books, journals, magazines and newspapers, either for home-use or photocopy use – borrowers should proceed to the College Learning Resource Center at the ground floor of Sen. J. Diokno Bldg. and/or coordinate with them about the borrowed materials.

      2. For borrowed AV Equipment (LCD, OHP, Karaoke, Keys and Remote Control Units) – borrowers should leave the equipment at the custody of the guard-on-duty at the lobby of Sen. J. Diokno Bldg. and get the ID from the Nursing Library as soon as it opens.(Reservations on Mini-Auditorium and Amphitheater are held at the AV office at the 3rd Floor, Sen Diokno Bldg.)


    6. Food and drinks are prohibited inside the Nursing Library.





    Law Library

    (2nd floor, Mabini building, room 207)


    The Law library is considered “special library” where law students are the priority clients. Non law students are accepted provided they follow the existing guidelines with some limitations.




    The Law library opens from Monday to Saturday

    MWF  7:00 am - 7:30 pm

    TTh    7:00 am - 8:00 pm

    Sat.    8:00 am - 5:00 pm


     


    Library Holdings


    It has an updated collection of SCRA, books and journals which support the Juris Doctor program of the College of law. Part of the collection came from school fund, donations from friends, Dean of the College of Law, Supreme Court and other contact institutions.




    Recto Collection


    A small area was provided and created for the books donated by the office of one of the icons of great Batangueño lawyer Claro M. Recto.


     


    Arrangement of  Books


    Supreme Court Reports Annotated (SCRA) and Philippine Reports are arranged chronologically in the shelves.



    General Reference Books are specially arranged according to codes based on Philippine laws.

    CML– Commercial law

    CRL—Criminal law

    CVL– Civil law

    LBL– Labor and Social Legislation law

    LJE—Legal and Judicial Ethics

    PIL—Political and International law

    RML—Remedial law

    TXL— Taxation law



    Book Loans

    Faculty members of the College of Law may borrow 3 basic reference book and textbooks for home use for a period of one (1) semester subject to return/renewal at the end of every term.


    Guidelines:



    1. Researchers are requested to log in their name on the sheet provided.

    2. Leave your ID and secure a photocopy pass.

    3. Most of the library materials are for Room use only like the General References and  SCRA.

    4. Researchers may photocopy maximum of 6 books each time for 30-45 mins.

    5. Late returns of photocopied materials will be charged 2.00 per hour/ per book.

    6. Faculty members of the College of Law may borrow 3 basic reference books and textbooks for home use for a period of one (1) semester subject to return/renewal at the end of the term.

    7. Researchers may bring their bags inside, however, loss of any personal belongings is not a liability of the library personnel.

    8. Food and drinks are not allowed.

    9. SILENCE and ORDERLINESS should always be observed.


     


    Lipasalliana/Archives (3rd floor, Senator Jose Dokno building)


     This is where DLSL institutional records, documents, publications, memorabilia and other Lasallian collections with historical value for research preservation and posterity. Archival materials are for room use only. All researchers are requested to register, providing their name, address, signature, student or other identification number, and their research topic.

    It is advised to contact the Lipasalliana Archives in advance of the intended visit and

    indicate the nature of the archival materials or records you want to consult. This will reduce delays and inconvenience.

               


    Hours of Service:

    Monday to Friday                  

    8:00am-5:00pm



    Guidelines and Procedures



    1. All researchers must present their school ID and register at the desk upon entering.

    2. Only papers or note cards are allowed inside the Lipasalliana research room.


    3. Smoking, drinking or eating in the research room are not allowed.

    4. All materials in Lipasalliana are for room use only. In case some of these materials would be photocopied, the users must submit the photocopying request form attached the letter of request to the Lipasalliana staff.


    5. Researchers are only allowed to borrow two kinds of materials at a time.

    6. Use of legal documents of the institution is subject to the approval of the President.

    7. All donated materials automatically become a property of De La Salle Lipa, Lipasalliana.

    8. The Archivist rserve the right to withhold any privileges of the users upon violation of the set guidelines in the use of Lipasalliana.

    9. Lipasallina is an extension of the library and is covered by the general library guidelines as stated in this provision.

    10. Leave all personal belongings except valuables at the registration desk.




    Issuance and return of archival documents

    1. User and/or borrower must fill out a request form for the materials he/she needs.

    2. All archival materials will be examined before and after use. The user is responsible for the material(s) issued, and is liable for loss and damage.

    3. The person requesting access to restricted materials must contact the personnel imposing the restrictions through a written letter for the records creator.





    Publication of Materials from the Lipasalliana Archives

    1. Request to publish documents must be referred to the records creator.

    2. Information or text derived from Lipasalliana Archives must be acknowledged.





    Guidelines on Visiting users


    Visiting schedules:

    Alumni – Monday to Saturday

    Outside researchers – Monday, Wednesday & Friday


    8:00am – 5:00pm



    Procedure



    1. Secure a Pass from the College Lobby Guard.

    2. Present a valid ID and a Referral Letter duly signed by the Library Head.

    3. If the researcher is using the thesis, proceed to the 4th floor of Sen. Jose Diokno Bldg. with the Referral Letter.

    4. Books and periodicals may be borrowed for library and photocopying use only.

    5. Theses and Management Technology Reports (MTR) are for library use only and must not be photocopied. Taking picture of any pages is prohibited.

    6. For theses section, if the owner wants to have a photocopy of his/her own thesis, a request letter for photocopy should be given to the Librarian in-charge together with his/her valid ID for the request to be granted.

    7. For alumni currently enrolled in other schools, present your alumni card and /or Referral Letter to the Librarian in charge,

    8. Only five (5) researchers per school – per day are accepted.

    9. If the researcher is going to use books, present the Referral Letter to the person in charge at the Circulation section - ground floor of Sen. Jose Diokno Bldg.

    10. The Library does not accept outside researchers during midterms and final exams week.

    11. Dress code applies to outside researchers

    12. Walk-in researchers are not allowed.

    13. The library is closed during Summer


Special Study Permit Requirement

  • Letter of request from the school for issuance of Special Study Permit to student on the school@s official stationery signed by the school@s Registrar and stamped with school@s official dry seal;

  • Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance (NOA) containing a clear impression of the school@s official dry seal;

  • Photocopy of the photo, data and stamp of the latest arrival pages of the passport of the student applicant. The passport itself shall be presented to the office for verification;

  • Proof of adequate financial support to cover expenses for the student@s accommodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses; Foreign Student Fee of $200.00 (onetime payment only)

  • Certified true copy of birth certificate (Original should be presentedAcademic and Documentary requirements set by the CAO (please refer to admission procedures)


Note:

The processing will take about a month or more depending on the country of origin of the student. It is advised that the student inquire and apply at least six months prior to the scheduled date of enrollment to avoid delays.

SOJOURN
                                               
   
 

APPLICATION ENDS ON OCTOBER 31, 2017

SOJOURN
is a Lasallian Pilgrimage and Renewal Program organized by De La Salle Lipa in 2007. It is highlighted by visits to sites in France, Belgium and Italy that are significant in the life of St. John Baptist de La Salle. SOJOURN brings together members of the Lasallian Family in the Philippines in a once-in-a lifetime spiritual experience.

It was conceived as a unifying activity for all Lasallian Schools in the Philippines in celebration of the 100th year of Lasallian presence in the Philippines. The SOJOURN Pilgrimage experience is designed to deepen the spiritual experience of Lasallian Family members by a physical return to our Lasallian roots.

Sojourn has been sending groups annually until 2012, which was the end of the centennial celebration.

Starting 2014, Sojourn became a biannual activity and attracted more participants.  In 2015, the program was officially adopted by the De La Salle Philippines and formed the Sojourn Coordinating Team (SCT) with the following composition:

Br. Michael Broughton FSC (DLSU) Pilgrimage Animator
Mr. Arnold Capuloy (DLSL) Chair, Secretariat and Virtual Office
Mr. Hector Gloria (USLS) Pilgrimage Coordinator
Mr. Aldino Gonzales (DLS-CSB) Pilgrimage Treasurer
Mr. Keane Palatino (DLSP) Director, Lasallian Mission Services
Ms. Celine Ocampo (DLSP) Coordinator, Lasallian Animation and Formation Office.
Ms. Grace Lazo (DLSP) Director, LMS


Who can join the SOJOURN?

SOJOURN is open to all members of the Lasallian Family like students, teachers, administrators, parents, alumni, BOT members, and benefactors who:
Are willing to know more about St. John Baptist de La Salle;
Are willing to share to others what the have learned;
Are prepared to travel abroad (spiritually, physically, emotionally, financially)


What are the places to be visited?


SOJOURN usually starts at the birthplace of St. John Baptist de La Salle and where he established his first school in Reims, France. While in Reims, pilgrims will visit the Notre Dame Cathedral de Reims, Palais de Tau, St. Remi Cathedral, College des Bons Enfants, Rue De La Salle, Lycee Saint Jean Baptist de La Salle (Rue Neuve/Contrai), Eglise St. John Baptist de La Salle, Motherhouse of the Sisters of the Child Jesus, tomb of Bl. Br. Arnould Reche. Trips to nearby towns of Liesse, Laon and Broulliet.

While in Northern France, the group will cross to Belgium to visit the shrine of St. Mutien Marie Waiux FSC in Malonne.


Next stop will be in Paris where St. John Baptist de La Salle established other schools. Among the significant places in Paris are Rue de Bac, Rue de Vaugirard, Rue St. John Baptist de La Salle, Rue Princesse, Rue de Sevres, and Church of St. Sulpice. Free time to visit the famous tourist spots in Paris is also included.

Pligrims will go southbound to Lourdes to visit the Grotte de Massabielle and bathe at the spring where Mother Mary appeared before St. Bernadette Soubirous.



Parmenie
, a small town in the mountainous region of Eastern France, became a very significant place because it was in Parmenie where St. John Baptist de La Salle had his retreat when he was facing a dilemma whether to continue the Brothers Institute or not. Here, the Pilgrims will live with the French Christian Brothers and will also have their retreat to be facilitated by a Filipino Brother.


Towards the last years of St. Jophn Baptist de La Salle, he established and ran a school for teachers and juvenile delinquents in Rouen, France located in the historic Normandy Region in Western France. There he died. In Rouen, the Pilgrims will see the original tomb of St. John Baptist de La Salle at St. Sever Church, his school at St. Yon, and another school at Aitre St. Maclou Church. This city became famous because of the French heroine who later became a Catholic Saint, Joan of Arc.


Last stop will be in Rome, Italy. There, the pilgrims will visit the Motherhouse of the Christian Brothers where the relics of St. John Baptist de La Salle are also kept. A visit to Vatican and an audience with the Pope will cap the pilgrimage.

In the past, Pilgrims also made side trips to Beauvais, Versailles, Lissieux, all in France and crossed the border to Belgium to visit Brugges and Brussels. All of these depends on time and funds available.


How much do I have to prepare?

We usually collect in 3 currencies: US Dollars, Euros, and Philippine Pesos.
Total contribution costs Php180,000 but depending on the number of pilgrims and prevailing exchange rates, the cost can still go down. Average actual cost is from Php150,000 to Php170,000.


The fee will cover the following:

            Roundtrip Airfare (MNL-CDG-FCO-MNL)
            Airfare from France to Italy
            Travel Insurance
            Accommodation to Hotels and Diocesan Houses
            Chartered Coach
            Train and Metro Fares
            Pilgrimage Materials
            Sojourn Apparel
            Administrative Fee
            Entrance Fees
            Pre-determined Meals

Meals in France would usually range from 8 (Sandwich) to 15 (Complete meal). Breakfast is usually included.

To Apply, please click  https://goo.gl/lHQY4y


SOJOURN Contact Info
Mr. Arnold R. Capuloy
Chair, Secretariat & Virtual Office
sojourn@lasallian.ph
+63 43 981-1155





 
   

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GRADES 11 & 12

Senior HS is a two-year in-depth specialization for students based on the career track they want to pursue. The program will hone skills and competencies relevant to the job market. This will also address the international standard set among countries for standardization of curriculum to make students globally competitive.



R.A. 10533 K-12 LAW



De La Salle Lipa's Senior High School program

focuses on the following career tracks:


  • Arts
  • Business / Entrepreneur
  • Computer Studies
  • Engineering Technology
  • Hospitality and Tourism
  • Tourism
  • Legal Studies
  • Mathematics
  • Science / Health
  • Teacher Education





Apprenticeship can be taken as early as Grade 11 to gain work experience in a field

related to his chosen career track. Possible work placements are: Banking, Travel and

Tourism, Accounting, Day Care, Tutoring, Desktop Publishing, Computers, Radio and

Television, Journalism, and Photography.



BENEFITS


  • Enhanced quality of the basic education in the Philippines
    (Fact: The Philippines is the only country in Asia and among the three remaining
    countries in the world that has a 10-year basic education program.)
  • Graduates will possess competencies and skills relevant to the job market
    (Fact: The International Engineering Alliance prescribes 12-years basic education as
    an entry to recognition of engineering professionals.)
  • Graduates can compete in the workforce abroad.
    (Fact: Our graduates are not automatically recognized as professionals abroad as
    they require 12 years in basic education)
  • Graduates will be prepared for higher education.
    (Fact: European countries require 12 years of education for university admission.)

Site Policies
De La Salle Lipa’s official World Wide Web site has been on the Internet since 1997. It's web address is http://www.dlsl.edu.ph. The web site is maintained by the school as a public service by way of making information about its operations available to the general public so that transactions with the school, if any should occur as a consequence, may be facilitated. Users of the web site are, therefore, advised of the following end-user policies: Information posted at this web site, as a matter of procedure, is verified before posting. Inasmuch as DLSL is, today, a large organization, occasional communication lapses are, at times, inevitable. DLSL, therefore, takes no responsibility whatsoever for any consequences that may occur as a result of information posted at the web site. End-users who notice erroneous postings are encouraged to send in corrections by e-mail to webmaster@dlsl.edu.ph or by calling the Marketing Communications Department office at (63-43) 981-1100.



E-mail addresses and PABX local numbers of key personnel are posted on this web site. End-users are advised to use these only for legitimate transactions. Use of these contact information for invasive means will be reported to the proper authorities for action.



Digital photographs and other graphics posted in the web site are properties of DLSL. Use of these photographs and graphics in other web sites for demeaning or derogatory purposes is strictly prohibited. Appropriate action will be taken against end-users who violate this policy.




Special Study Permit Requirement

Special Study Permit Requirement



  • Letter of request from the school for issuance of Special Study Permit to student on the school's official stationery signed by the school's Registrar and stamped with school@s official dry seal;

  • Original copy of the Notice of Acceptance (NOA) containing a clear impression of the school's official dry seal;

  • Photocopy of the photo, data and stamp of the latest arrival pages of the passport of the student applicant. The passport itself shall be presented to the office for verification;

  • Proof of adequate financial support to cover expenses for the student's accommodation and subsistence, as well as school dues and other incidental expenses; Foreign Student Fee of $200.00 (onetime payment only)

  • Certified true copy of birth certificate (Original should be presentedAcademic and Documentary requirements set by the CAO (please refer to admission procedures)





Note:

The processing will take about a month or more depending on the country of origin of the student. It is advised that the student inquire and apply at least six months prior to the scheduled date of enrollment to avoid delays.






SOJOURN
Sojourn







De La Salle University Manila * University of St. La Salle Bacolod * La Salle Academy Iligan * La Salle Greenhills * St. Joseph School - La Salle * De La Salle Lipa * De La Salle Zobel * La Salle College Antipolo * De La Salle University Dasmariñas * De La Salle Health and Sciences Institute * De La Salle College of St. Benilde * La Salle University Ozamis * De La Salle Araneta University * De La Salle Canlubang * Andres Soriano Memorial College Cebu * John Bosco College Bislig * Jaime Hilario Integrated School Bataan



SOJOURN is a Lasallian Pilgrimage and Renewal Program organized by De La Salle Lipa in 2007. It is highlighted by visits to sites in France and Italy that are significant in the life of St. John Baptist de La Salle. SOJOURN brings together members of the Lasallian Family in the Philippine in a once-in-a lifetime spiritual experience.



It was conceived as a unifying activity for all Lasallian Schools in the Philippines in celebration of the 100th year of Lasallian presence in the Philippines. The SOJOURN Pilgrimage experience is designed to deepen the spiritual experience of Lasallian Family members by a physical return to our Lasallian roots.



The organizers aim to bring 100 pilgrims to the birthplace of St. John Baptist de La Salle in an annual Pilgrimage from 2007 to 2012.





Who can join the SOJOURN?



SOJOURN is open to all members of the Lasallian Family like students, teachers, administrators, parents, alumni, BOT members, and benefactors who:



  • Are willing to know more about St. John Baptist de La Salle;

  • Are willing to share to others what the have learned;

  • Are prepared to travel abroad (spiritually, physically, emotionally, financially)



    What are the places to be visited?



    SOJOURN usually starts at the birthplace of St. John Baptist de la Salle and where he established his first school in Reims, France. While in Reims, pilgrims will visit the Notre Dame Cathedral de Reims, Palais de Tau, St. Remi Cathedral, College des Bons Enfants, Rue De La Salle, Lycee Saint Jean Baptist de La Salle (Rue Neuve/Contrai), L'Eglise St. John Baptist de La Salle, Motherhouse of the Sisters of the Child Jesus, tomb of Bl. Br. Arnould Reche. Possible side trips to Leisse, Laon and Thillois can also be scheduled.



    Next stop will be in Paris where St. John Baptist de La Salle established other schools. Among the significant places in Paris are Rue de Bac, Rue de Vaugirard, Rue St. John Baptist de La Salle, Rue Princesse, Rue de Sevres, and Church of St. Sulpice. Free time to visit the famous tourist spots in Paris is also included.



    Parmenie, a small town in the mountainous region of Eastern France, became a very significant place because it was in Parmenie where St. John Baptist de La Salle had his retreat when he was facing a dilemma to continue the Brothers Institute or not. Here, the Pilgrims will live with the French Christian Brothers and will also have their retreat to be facilitated by a Filipino Brother.



    Towards the last years of St. Jophn Baptist de La Salle, he established and ran a school for teachers and juvenile delinquents in Rouen, France located in the historic Normandy Region in Western France. There he died. In Rouen, the Pilgrims will see the original tomb of St. John Baptist de La Salle at St. Sever Church, his school at St. Yon, and another school at Aitre St. Maclou Church. This city became famous because of the French heroine who later became a Catholic Saint, Joan of Arc.



    In the past, Pilgrims also made side trips to Beauvais, Versailles, Lourdes, Lissieux, all in France and crossed the border to Belgium to visit Brugesm Malonem and Brussels. All of these on time and funds available.





    How much do I have to prepare?



    We usually collect in 3 currencies: US Dollars, Euros, and Philippine Pesos.

    Pilgrims must consider paying $ 1,700.00 | € 1,400 | Php 7,000.00



    The fee will cover the following:

    • Roundtrip Airfare (MNL-CDG-FCO-MNL)

    • Airfare from France to Italy

    • Travel Insurance

    • Accomodation to Hotels and Diocesan Houses

    • Train and Metro Fares

    • Pilgrimage Materials

    • Administrative Fee

    • Entrance Fees




    Meals in France would usually range from €8 (Sandwich) to €15 (Complete meal). Breakfast is usually included.





    Application Form [ Download ]

    SOJOURN Information Sheet [ Download ]




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Artists convene for sports, wellness
Summer means break or vacation for academic institutions and the time for sports tournaments of companies, or any group of sports enthusiasts. For Filipino artist, it is time for the annual Artletics. On April 13-14, organizers of Artletics 2013 gathered some 80 artists at De La Salle Lipa's SENTRUM to showcase their athleticism.

At the opening ceremonies, Emmanuel "Manny" Garibay, founder of Artletics shared the challenges of organizing a sports activity such as Artletics, which is now on its third year. For him, leading a big number of artists is not a trivial task as it requires time and support from fellow artists and sponsors that initially he was hesitant to hold Artletics 2013. But with more people being involved he gave in.

Aside from sports events of basketball, volleyball, chess, badminton and table tennis, it covered sketching sessions for a cause participated in by George Banawa, Demosthenes Campos, Joey Cobcobo, Thomas Daquiaog, Ferdinand Doctolero, Alee Garibay, Jonathan Joven, and Simkin De Pio. The sketching session was highlighted by storytelling of seater Niki Gamara who recounted story of their family while artists portray her. Also part of the sketching session was Simkin De Pio's portrait of St. John Baptist De La Salle as a gift to the DLSL.

Later during the first day, Manny Garibay and Mark Justiniani led the open forum to address issues on art process/making in the country. It was moderated by Antares Gomez Bartolome. On the second day, Dr. Leni Jara, spoke on health and wellness - the core of Artletics event. Karen Flores of Filipino Visual Arts and Design Rights Organization (FILVADRO) discussed copyright for visual arts and substantially answered questions on copyrights law in the country.

The participants were divided into four teams namely green, red, blue, and yellow teams and the green team emerged as the over-all winner.

DLSL's college varsity members of basketball, volleyball, chess, and badminton, and coach Rod Baldovino helped out in officiating the games. Caryl Aissa Maranan and Edna Serrano, faculty members of PE college department, jumpstarted the afternoon with warm up exercises. And the college PEP squad - DANZCOM - did what they do best - cheer dance, providing inspiration and entertainment to the participants.

Manny Garibay was assisted by team members Janice Liuson -Young, Lisa Ito, Antares Gomes Bartolome, Renan Ortiz, Boyet De Mesa, and Crecee Dimayuga Roldan in the over all management of the activities.

Supported by Art Cube Gallery, San Miguel Brewery, Studio 23, DLSL, and other art patrons, Artletics concluded the two- day event with unusual and creative awards for individual and group winners.

"Artletics is a sports and wellness event for artists and cultural workers. It is a non-profit and independent initiative advocating healthy and active lifestyle."

Student communicators' exemplary works in values ads recognized
De La Salle Lipa garnered majority of the awards in the recently held "AdSpeak '13: The Right Direction," a student convention on values advertising, held at Student Center Auditorium of Colegio de San Juan de Letran in Intramuros, Manila last February 8, 2013, where more than 600 delegates from 24 participating schools attended.

Jeannine B. Palomillo, 3rd Year AB Communication student, with her two PSA campaigns "The Rewind Button" with values on concern for and the preservation of the environment, and "I am Human" with values on concern for human rights, both made it to the top ten Finalist of Campaign Category. "The Rewind Button" won two major awards which are the BEST PSA CAMPAIGN Student Choice award, and 1st RUNNER-UP Values Advertising Award.

Katherine Kay Mariano, Joan Casey Espolong, and Andrea Florence Alcantara, 3rd Year AB Mutlimedia Arts, with their Digital PSA "Heal the Earth," made it as finalist with UP Diliman's "Hands" on the Digital PSA Category. "Heal the Earth" with values on concern for and preservation of the environment won all major awards; BEST DIGITAL PSA Values Advertising Award, BEST DIGITAL PSA Students@ Choice Award, and BEST DIGITAL PSA Online Choice Award.

The event was highlighted with the awarding of the winners in the different Public Service Advertisement categories in Print, Radio, TV, Digital, and campaign categories. The awards per category are Values Advertising Awards - awardees are chosen by the resource speakers; the Students' Choice Awards - awardees are chosen by the student delegates; and the Online Choice awards - awardees are chosen with highest votes online.

AdSpeak '13 is conducted in partnership with Advertising Foundation of the Philippines in promoting its goal of inspiring future communicators on the importance of advertising with positive values.

September - October 2012

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