Sunday, August 30, 2015

Francis Varela, Great Loss to Education

The Department of Education (DepEd) was shocked on the news of the untimely death of one of the education key officials in a freak vehicular accident that had occured sometime in the morning of August 29 in Pililla, Rizal.

Usec  F. Varela
Usec  F. Varela
It's terrible for the DepEd to bear such incident of Undersecretary Francisco M. Varela's death.

What a great loss to the agency for losing a principled man so dedicated to his job, making things done in the virtue of honesty .

Mr. Varela is well-loved by his education colleagues as a leader, as a catalyst for reforms in education, "judicious spender" in education, advocate of anti-corruption, compassion on learner's plight, and a great exemplar of hardwork and honesty.

Assistant Secretary and Chief of Staff Rey Laguda and Asst. Sec. for Planning and Development, Jesus Lorenzo R. Mateo have recalled their memorable moments with Usec Francis Valera while working together respectively.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Traffic Mess: Insensitivity or Preparedness?

DOTC chief Abaya's insensitive comment on the Metro Manila traffic mess while he was interviewed by ABS-CBN TV Patrol, stirred the riding public's intuitiveness on how irresponsible Abaya is.

Traffic Jam
Traffic Jam
We don't know the very reason why Abaya reacted that way, but his detractors surely pin him down . In his own vision, probably, he's sure and even can guarantee the public that a day-to-day travel to and fro of more than thousand commuters from their residence to the place of their work is safe.

I am unable to get the reported vehicular accidents and road mishaps data as of this writing so that a better forecast of the possibility of the danger and the frequency which the riding public may encounter while traveling everyday are well-taken and presented.

Accidents may happen because of negligence of others, because of poor road conditions, because of poor lighting facilities at night, traffic jams, on-going government projects, street rally, rush hours, among others.

Accident may not be avoided. It does happen everyday.

Sunday, August 23, 2015

Results of Qualifying Exams for Superintendent

Five hundred forty-one (541) teachers, school heads, and education program supervisorswho came from different regions of the country took the educational management test (EMT), a qualifying exams for superintendent at Bonifacio High School, Makati City on May 17, 2015

DepEd Logo
DepEd Logo
Seventeen percent (70%) or 94 have successfully passed it.

The cut-off passing grade for this test is 62% to consider the demand for unfilled vacancies for Assistant Schools Division Superintendents, the memo said.

Individual Certificates of Rating (CORs) will be issued through the National Education Testing and Research Center (NETRC).

To this effect, the Department of Education has issued Memorandum No. 90, s. 2015, announcing the successful test-takers.

Monday, August 17, 2015

Portia M. Mallorca, an SDS Worthy for Emulation

By Gil Camporazo

My fellow school heads in the Division of La Carlota City and I have done a great deed today by planting a tree on the ground of the new Division Office building at the Locsin-Ledesma Avenue, La Carlota City.

Mam Portia and me shaking hands
This is not only a great contribution to human existence, but to give a tribute to Ma’m Portia M. Mallorca, our schools division superintendent who is celebrating her 49th birthday, August 17.

Since she took the helm of supervision and administration of the Division of La Carlota in 2012, we're seeing each other every now and then, in school visitation, school-related conferences, and MANCOM (Management Committee) meeting.

As she's celebrating her birthday today, I find it appropriate for to write a humble tribute for her on how Ma’m Portia is worthy of emulation as far as I knew her personally.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Making Grade Pupils Disease-Free

The Department of Health (DoH) enjoins every agency to support its preventive program for the control of morbidity and mortality among school age children through immunization in August.

DepEd Memorandum No. 82, s. 2015,  was issued to this effect reiterating the proper guidelines issued by the DoH in the implementation of school-based immunization.

To ensure high levels of protection for diphtheria, whooping cough and tetanus among children, this project should be carried and implemented anew since it was the focused of Expanded Program of Immunizaion (EPI) in 1975,

This program is geared towards the immunization of school children and adolescents who are enrolled in the school. The vaccines for  Measles Rubella (MR) and Tetanus Diptheria are intended for the grades 1 and 7, while HPV is for grade 4 pupils.

The Department of Education, Division of La Carlota City kicked off its program implementation yesterday to the students of Doña Hortencia Salas Benedicto National High School, and in the Special Education (SPED).

Saturday, August 8, 2015

'Success Is Not Money'

La Carlota Philippines District of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints conducted its Saturday session with Priesthood holders, Unit Leaders, and adult members in a two separate sessions for the male members of the Priesthood and the female members of the relief society, and another for adult session.

La Carlota LDS Meetinghouse
La Carlota LDS Meetinghouse
Bacolod Philippines Mission President Christopher Barredo presided this Saturday semi-annual conference of the District at the meetinghouse in La Carlota City. He was with his counselors, President Avelino Santillan and President Noel Adrian Abat.

The Relief Society session was conducted by Sister Ana Barredo, the wife of President Barredo assisted by Sister Marissa Abat. The RS is an organization of single adult and married women members of the Church.

The conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is held for the members to receive instructions, inspiration from the leaders especially for the living prophet in the connection with the three-fold mission of the Church such as proclaiming the Gospel, perfecting the saints, and redeeming the dead.

Friday, August 7, 2015

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Monday, August 3, 2015

What Makes Earthquake Drill, Funny?

A minute siren blast overcame the silence of the classes of Balabag Elementary School to catch the more than three hundred school pupils unaware the incoming earthquake an hour before their recess period started. A scenario in a recent earthquake drill conducted in the said school in the Division of La Carlota.

Kids covering their heads proceeding to open space
Kids covering their heads proceeding to open space
When I was transferred to this last year as their new school principal, these pupils were already informed through an orientation on what to do in time of natural disaster like the earthquake in which I conducted with the assistance of the teachers.

They're too serious to know the basic things to do to stay safe when an earthquake strikes. They're apt to go under their table, their desk, while covering their heads. They remained in silence. They're quickly to follow the instructions of their respective teachers.

They knew where to proceed after the quake as played when the long blast sound stops. Though, there were some who were afraid, anxious of this so called drill.

Sunday, August 2, 2015

The Day My Family Visits The Temple

I remember it was sometime in the month of September 1986 when the whole member of my family visited the Manila Philippines Temple somewhere in Greenmeadows Subdivision, Quezon City.

Manila Philippines Temple
Manila Philippines Temple
I brought along with me my six children, Dondon, Dona, Gingging, An An, Gigi and Toto Jun, our youngest son. It was the first time that my family went to Manila especially in going to the Temple of the Lord to do some temple ordinances.

In my case, I had already gone there sometime in 1975 when I underwent a two-training at the Central Bank of the Philippines in the Savings and Loans Department of the said agency and I was temporarily residing at the residential house of the owner of the bank where I am about to work with. I had no idea that the present Temple would be built in that area.

I remember I had to take three rides in going to the Central Bank. While in the case of my family in going to the Temple, they had to take two rides from Baclaran to St. Corinthians Gardens (White Plains Avenue now).

Sunday, July 26, 2015

How My Sister Molds Me of What I Am Now

In my time, there was no preschool or kindergarten. A grade school children had to go through the rudiments of learning by a strict, disciplinarian teachers who looked like a tiger or a fierce animal when discipline is concerned. Children learned out of fear.

Inday Sita
Inday Sita
My first teacher is my eldest sister. She was 23 years old when she handled my private lesson or tutorial in writing, arithmetic, and reading when I was in grade one.

Inday Elesita, our eldest sister followed up my writing lesson at home when my mother was busy or out to market.

And Inday Sita was of no difference from those teacher I mentioned although she had no teaching experience for she just my tutor. She was too strict, too cruel. She used to hit me when I couldn't catch up what she was teaching me.

She was also a strict disciplinarian. In learning to write my name, she had to put me on top of the table which was too difficult for me to get down when I wanted too for I couldn't reach the floor. I had no choice but to do her bid. I had to write my complete several times in several pages of the pad paper with no mistake.


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