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ACians shine in DSPC

Four journalists of Aldersgate College Science High School  proved their talents and mastery by winning various places in the Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC), held at Solano National High School, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya last December 1-3.

With 35 competing journalists of 35 secondary schools province wide, AC’s bets Celene Angeli Dumaguing, the Editor-in-chief of the Paragon placed third in Photojournalism English; Jon Raenier Fernadez, a sophomore placed 5th in Sports Writing English; Mar Jonathan Dave Fabro, a junior got 6th place in Sports Writing Filipino and Andell Jan Almendra, a senior placed 6th in News Writing Filipino.

The winners together with their trainer Mrs. Marissa J. Taguinod will advance to the Regional Schools Press Conference which will be held in Calaoagan Dakkel Gattaran, Cagayan on December 15-17, 2011.MJJT

AC backs Eco drive through YES-O

Celine Angeli Dumaguing, Andell Jan Almendra and Wrixi Vyne Arzadon advocate disaster preparedness in a documentary Brigada Kalikasan the school’s entry to the YES-O Science Camp held at Bagabag, Nueva Vizcaya.

To support DepEd program on ecology, Aldersgate College Science High School participated the Youth for Environment School Organization (YES-O) Camp held in Bagabag National High School on September 17-18, 2011.

This program through the leadership of Mrs. Evelyn C. Apuya, Education Program Supervisor I of Science (Secondary), highlighted activities which were carried out to attain the YES-O mandates  include conduct of school-based YES-O camp; tree planting and growing; solid waste management and entrepreneurship; watershed protection and conservation; and community outreach.

The Aldersgate College Science High School defied what it takes to be a greenhorn after excelling in the various contested activities of the Provincial Youth for Environment School Organization (YES-O) Continue reading

Stallions hinder Hounds roar anew

Firing up the AC ground with their gritty display of Stunts, Steps and Smiles, the Stallions secured the glamour of the judges via unanimous decision and hooked the cheerdance dance crown during the AC Intrams.

After five years of nailing the cheer dance title to the name of the sophomores, the Wild Stallions finally broke the ice cold monotony to bring home this year’s cheer dance crown, during the opening program of the Aldersgate College Intramurals held last October 11 at the AC Quadrangle.

The simple costumes and props of the fourth year performers were overshadowed by their intricate but synchronized choreography, overflowing charm and energy that made the AC ground burning as they carried out their presentation.

The Hounds in glaring green costume and neo-inspired hair makeover, after having showed off their routines with high energy and sturdy stunts, placed second. The Hawks, notching 3rd place, proved that they are not left out in the said battle, with a bright pomelo get-up, displaying a character that blew away the Zebras who landed 4th.

Highlighting the three-day event with a display of gymnastic skills, creativity and talents of the students, the cheer dance competition is one of the most awaited activities of the Intramurals in which a variety of choreography, routines, stunts and costumes are shown.

“The innate dancing skills of the fourth year students, who happened to be members of the Bungkos Sining, made them bring home the bacon.” said Fernando B. Pili Jr., trainer of the Wild Stallions cheering squad.

“Like gems, the stallions have been shaped up and kept brilliant by their dance trainings in the early years.” he added. #AndellJan24/Mjjt

Metrobank names AC Alumna ,Outstanding Teacher

Mrs. Maricel S. Franco, posed with Vice President Jejomar Binay during the awarding ceremony at Metrobank Plaza, Makati.

Mrs. Maricel Sopongco Franco alumna of Aldersgate College and valedictorian of batch 1987 was adjudged as one of the 2011 Metrobank’s  Outstanding Teachers in the country  awarded by  President Simeon Benigno Aquino III at the Malacañang Palace last August 25 and Metrobank Plaza Makati City, Sept. 5 respectively.

Franco is currently connected with the Nueva Vizcaya General Comprehensive High School (NVGCHS) Bayombong handling Physics who  was  newly promoted to Master Teacher 1 for her achievement.

Among the 175 nominees from both public and private schools in the country, Franco  clinched  as one of the eight public teachers from the secondary levels who qualified as a national finalist  in the 2011 Metrobank Foundation search for outstanding teachers after surpassing her rivals in the screening.

The outstanding teachers together with the country’s outstanding policemen and soldiers were given gold medals, plaques, and a total cash prize close to 10 million pesos for the three searches .The outstanding teachers were judged by Sen. Loren Legarda and Supreme Court Associate Justice Martin S. Villarama.

Prior to his assignment at NVGCHS, she served her alma mater, Aldersgate College as a  Physics teacher. She developed instructional materials in Physics and several researches in science some of which won titles in regional as well as national competitions.  She is also a national trainer for the Intel Teach Program and the moderator of the Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O) since 1990. Franco who is affiliated with the Iglesia ni Cristo (INC) is  active in the church  as a   “Mangaawit” and a Youth Choir leader.

Its is a big step toward a goal for a teacher like Franco to serve as an inspiration among her students, colleagues and Aldersgate College her alma mater.#MJJT-

Nursing Board Passers 2011

CUNANAN LEADS NFJPIA-REGION 02 COUNCIL

Bernabe Pedro M. Cunanan receiving the key of responsibility from Diana C. Tang

Bernabe Pedro M. Cunanan, a BSA 4 student, was elected as the President of the National Federation of Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (NFJPIA) – Region 02 Council for the Federation Year 2011-2012. Cunanan is an active student leader at AC having been elected to various positions in the local JPIA chapter as well as the class year organizations and the SBA Supreme Student Council. He is also an academic scholar for several semesters and a CHED scholar, enjoying financial support from AC and CHED.

NFJPIA is the national organization of accountancy students in the Philippines which was created under the auspices of the Philippine Institute of Certified Public Accountants (PICPA). It commits itself to the holistic development of its members, molders of tomorrow’s leaders and a training ground for future professionals. The Region 02 Council has, at present, 14 affiliated colleges and universities from Cagayan to Nueva Vizcaya with around 2,000 student-members.

A simple turnover ceremony was held at Aaron’s Resort in Santiago City last April 30, 2011. Diana C. Tang, the outgoing president, gave a very comprehensive report on the accomplishments of the previous federation year. Arthur C. Sonday III, the regional adviser, congratulated the outgoing officers for a job well done. He said that Federation Year 2010-2011 was the best year ever since he was appointed as adviser. He then challenged the incoming officers to perform to the best of their abilities in order to equal, if not surpass, what the previous officers have accomplished. Sonday also announced the appointment of Mrs. Cecilia B. Valdez, Dean of the School of Business and Accountancy, as his co-adviser this Federation Year 2011-2012. Valdez gladly accepted the appointment after which she delivered an inspiring message to both the incoming and outgoing officers. She gave a message by using the acronym NFJPIA. Continue reading

Japanese gov’t cites 3 Pinay caregivers

Hindi akalain ng Bayan Patrollers na sina Joie Aquino, Sandra Otacan at Gemma Juanay na mismong Punong Ministro ng Japan na si Naoto Kan ang magpapasalamat sa kanila sa isang pagtitipon sa Tokyo.

Kinilala ng Japan ang kanilang kabayanihan nang pinili nilang huwag iwan ang kanilang mga alagang matatanda imbes na magpa-rescue sa mga awtoridad sa kasagsagan ng disaster sa Japan nitong Marso.

Naibalita ng Japanese media ang kuwento ng 3 Pinoy kaya nakarating ang istorya ng kanilang kabayanihan sa Japanese government.

Ipinaabot naman ng 3 Pinoy ang magandang balitang ito sa Bayan Mo, i-Patrol Mo.

“Happy po kami na parang kami po ay naging naging representative ng country natin,” sabi ni Aquino.

Ilang artikulo rin sa mga dyaryo sa Japan ang kumilala sa kanilang kabayanihan. Continue reading

PICE-AC Student Chapter Celebrates PICE Week

The Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers- Aldersgate College Student Chapter (PICE-ACSC) celebrated the annual PICE Week on November 26, 2010 with the theme “PICE: Engineering for a Better Philippines”. Activities like  Mathematics Quiz Bee and Bridge Building Competition were the highlights of the activity. Cash prizes were awarded to the winners of the contests. The celebration was headed by the PICE-ACSC President, Jemmalyn Fernandez under the guidance of the adviser, Ferdinand Marcos.