GSP experiences Ham Radio on World Thinking Day
3/25/2013 2:09:37 PM
by: Ms. Daycel Martija
Lasallian Youth Commission 2012-2013
5/21/2012 1:41:16 PM
DLSL Girl Scouts of the Philippines in cooperation with the Office of DLSL Alumni Association Inc. (DLSAAI) celebrates World Thinking Day last February 23, 2013, 8:00 am - 5:00 pm at BB44.
Featured in this activity was the ham radio wherein the girls were tasked to contact other girl scouts from different parts of the country. This ham radio was initiated by Dr. Bienvenido Jose Panganiban, President of DLSAAI, whose dedication of excellence and generosity leads him to share his time and expertise in the use of radio communication. He also sponsored the equipment used. This was the first time that the ham radio was used in DLSL during GSP activity specifically in the celebration of GSP's Thinking Day. Dr. Panganiban assures the GSP that he will try his best to make this as a yearly activity.
This activity was also attended by selected Girl Scouts from invited schools in the City of Lipa and GSP-Lipa City Council. Attendees were very excited as they learned to communicate using radio. They found new friends; some contacts even got their cell phone numbers and e-mail accounts for facebook. At the end of the day, they were able to have 26 contacts from different parts of the country - some from Manila, Davao, and Northern part of the country.
World Thinking Day is an annual celebration held every February 22 which coincides with the birthday of both the Scouting founder and his wife, Lord Robert Baden-Powell and Lady Olave Baden-Powell. It is the day when all the members of scouting organizations remember each other and try to build connections with each other regardless of their location. In some countries, this event is held on the weekend nearest to February 22.
by: Emyla Ongkiatco
Graduation Ball 2012
7/23/2011 9:40:23 AM
Lasallian Youth Commission, an umbrella of all Lasallian youth groups and individuals that share in the same mission, sponsored a three-day workshop seminar at De La Salle Santiago Zobel. The participants of the said activity are the Lasallian youth groups and individuals and youth moderators from the different La Salle schools in Luzon. It was facilitated by Mr. John Chua with the help of the Lasallian Volunteers. Its main goal is to institutionalize the 5-point agenda, Education, Environment, Governance, Lasallian Youth Formation and Youth Involvement, of the student leaders in all schools.
It is a memorable three-day experience for all the servant leaders who attended the Seminar workshop because not only they were able to help uplift the youth but also they were inspired with the spirit of St. John Baptist De La Salle through the different sessions prepared by the different speakers.
As a Lasallian student, it is our calling to make a positive difference for our constituents and for our society as well.
"Let's bring the ANIMO SPIRIT in our daily lives."
by: Selah Marie Baroja
The seniors of the Integrated School had their Graduation Ball with the theme "A Starry Starry Night" last March 15-16, 2012. The DLSL SENTRUM was adorned with stars and filled with lights as the graduating students danced to the beat.
Everyone was clad in their best attire for one of the last activities of the batch. Hearty meals were served as the students ate with their peers. The night's event was sparked by the fireworks display as the batch had their ceremonial toast. Deserving participants were hailed as Geminorum of the Night, Leonis of the Night, Cygni of the Night, Cephei of the Night and Cassiopeiae of the Night.
Graduation Ball Pictures for SY 2010-2011
7/4/2012 2:46:21 PM
Graduation Ball SY 2010-2011 attendees who ordered picture packages from Tinoley may claim their Graduation Ball pictures at the SAO until August 2012. The SAO is open from Monday to Friday, 8:00 am to 5:00 p.m.
Graduation Ball 2012 Pictures
3/26/2007 4:02:29 PM
Please be informed that the Graduation Ball 2012 pictures are now available at the IS Student Activities Office. You may claim your pictures from Monday - Friday at 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon and 1:00 - 5:00 p.m.