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Leabres captures Outstanding teacher award

After  14  years of serving the institution, Mrs. Annabelle Claro- Leabres, an English teacher grabbed the Outstanding Teacher Award for the school year 2009- 2010 during the Commencement Exercises of the college at the AC quadrangle last March 30.
Leabres received a plaque of appreciation and P10,000 cash award from Dr. Willie A. Damasco, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Aldersgate College. The award is conceived by the Damasco family in honor of their parents the late Mr. Manuel Q. Damasco Sr. and Mrs. Elnora A. Damasco, who were great teachers in their time. “This gesture is a way of acknowledging teachers for their invaluable contribution to humanity.
The awardee together with other nominees were rated according to their students’ performance evaluation, their colleagues conducted by the Guidance Counselor and the high school principal. The results then were handed to the screening committee headed by Mrs. Luz Gasmin, the elementary school principal, who then subjected them for a panel interview. Upon careful analysis and deliberation, Leabres emerged  outstanding.
Leabres, on the other hand, assured everyone that her experiences and motivation will serve as her guide and inspiration to squeeze more of what she has for the benefit of her students, the school and for the glory of God whom she believes is the source of everything.
Scholars, service grantees hailed
“You are like a diamond that shines even at night” addressed  Hon. Atty. Ronelie U. Valtoribio  to the students during the recognition day set to honor the scholars and service grantees of Aldersgate College on September 9, 2010 at  the EZE rooftop of the school.
With the theme “SSGS: Making Headway through Excellence in Education and Service.”
Valtoribio,  recounted her success story from her  student days to her position now as the newly elected  mayor of Villaverde.  She emphasized the  importance of perseverance, hardwork and direction toward a goal one is aiming at. She added that excellence is quality service to one’s organization or institution. With her life as a perfect example to emulate from, the students gained insights to bank on their way to fame.

“Recognition is the greatest motivator” said  Mrs. Prescilla Esperanza A. Soriano, Senior Executive Assistant for Education(SExEA) in her opening remarks.
Aside from the recognition of scholars and service grantees, the program also aimed at installing to office new sets of officers.
Installed to their offices were officers of the Scholars and Service Grantees Society (SSGS), Boarding House Owners and Student Boarders Association (BHOSBA), Artists’ Circle, Varsity Players and CHED Scholars’ Society with the guest speaker as the inducting officer.
Meanwhile, top ten entrance scholars of the High School and College were also honored with the semestral academic scholars from the different college departments and service grantees comprised of the Supreme Pupil Council ( SPC) , Supreme Student Government ( SSG)  and Supreme Student Council ( SSC)  Presidents, the Paragon elementary, high school, and college editors and associate editors, college working students and librarians.
The scholars and service grantees were awarded certificates by Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan, together with the deans and principals of the Elementary, High School and College Departments.
The Dean of Student Affairs, Mr. Jenifer Raymond Tallungan, congratulated the scholars and service grantees in his closing remarks likewise, he thanked the Guest Speaker for gracing the occasion.
Scholars and service grantees of the institution will enjoy a full-tuition scholarship for the current school year.#zroel20.

ACians bare love for native tongue

“Ang hindi marunong magmahal sa sariling wika ,ay higit pa ang amoy sa malansang isda” the old and famous cliché from Dr. Jose Rizal was recalled by the guest speaker, Mr. Aurelio Polonio, the newly appointed PIO of the school, when he delivered his message during the joint celebration of the elementary and high school  Buwan ng Wika last September 13.
He emphasized in his speech the importance of using the Filipino  as a mono-lingual  language by nor mixing it with any other dialect and language when spoken  in order not to  distract its meaning.
He expounded this thought  using the theme,  “Sa pangangalaga ng Wika at kalikasan, Wagas na Pagmamahal Talagang Kailangan”.
Highlighting the affair are patriotic presentations from  the  Elementary and High School departments showing love for the native tongue.
The Grade one pupils had a choral recitation of the   poem entitled  Linggo ng Wika , the grade two  versified in chorus their song Pilipinas kong Mahal,  the grade three however,sang Florante’s famous song,  Ako’y Isang Pinoy,  the  grade four delighted the audience with their  balagtasan entitled, “Alin Nga Ba ang Mas Madaling Gamitin, Ang Wikang Atin o ang Wikang Banyaga?” The  grade five & six  exposed their dance prowess in an ethnic and folk dance, respectively.
The H.S students   dance their way out to the quadrangle; the first year  displayed their modern mix ethnic dance,the second year swayed their folk dance, the fourth year  exhibited a cultural dance while the  third year showed off their acting talent in a skit enthemed “Pagmamahal sa Sariling Wika” Love for one’s language.
The celebration was spearheaded by the Filipino Club of the high school under the supervisory of Mrs. Gloria Afalla, the adviser, and  Filipino Teacher, Mrs. Teresita Zarate in collaboration with the elementary Filipino  Club adviser Mrs. Fenny Jose and other teachers. #rizelnren

Religious fete observed

With the theme,  “The Greatest of These…is Love”, lifted from Corinthians 13:1-13, the AC family observed Religious Advancement Celebration last July 29-30.
Armed with spiritual thirst and their bible, the student populace participated in the different activities conducted such as group dynamics, convocation, praise and worship,  film viewing and contests.
Contests  like essay writing, poster making, and slogan writing were  held at the Audio-Visual Room; Bible Quiz and Bible Drill were held at the EZE Rooftop which the students from the elementary, secondary and tertiary levels enjoyed. Winners were recognized during the closing ceremony.
Earlier, Bible study leaders were convened by the  college chaplain, Rev. Jonathan Razon to exhort the theme of the celebration   and to prepare them for their assigned task of delivering the message to the students.
Spiritual nurture as one of the objectives of the school was once again hailed in this two day activity emphasizing the  power of love in the pursuit of learning.
“Spiritually empowered, that’s how I feel right now” commented by Roel Valenzuela, a fourth year student of the Platinum class. “I feel awakened with the words of God, thanks for this affair said, Rainier Fernandez a first year student”. These are just some of the remarks of students after the program.
The success of this endeavor is attributed to the concerted efforts of the school chaplain, the Student Supreme Council (SSC), the Student Supreme Government (SSG) the faculty and Methodist laymen headed by Rev. Nestor Tangunan.
Students who excelled in the different constests are listed below.
Bible Drill:
1.    Keren Joy Marigondon III-Gold
2.    Yvette Tiongson II-Silver
3.    Janice Tiu –I Nickel
Bible Quiz:
1.    Jearmaign Balagan IV-Platinum
2.    Jethro Roldan Palitayan IV-Platinum
3.    Joven Job Pilaspilas II-Silver
Essay Writing Contest:
1.    Rizelle Fernandez IV-Platinum
2.    Michelle Louise Anzia II-Silver
3.    Diovann Aldaine Adalem II-Silver
Poster Making Contest:
1.    Bryan Paul Galicia IV-Platinum
2.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
3.    Jerry Tan II II-Silver
Slogan Making Contest:
1.    Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
2.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold
3.    Karl Louie Salinas III-Pascal#Celene_D

GPTCA, SSG , club officers sworn to office Galima, guest speaker

Confirming their oath of service for this school year, the newly elected officers from the different organizations like the General Parents Teachers Community Association (GPTCA), the Supreme Student Government (SSG) and  different clubs and homeroom officers of Aldersgate College Science High School were installed to office during the Induction Program last August 10 at the EZE rooftop, of the college.
Mr. Jenifer Raymond Tallungan Dean of Student Affairs inducted the class officers of the different year levels and the eight co-curricular organizations such as Mathematics , Young Scientists, Speech and Drama, Filipino, History, ACCESS, Choir and Crime Prevention clubs. The GPTCA and the SSG officers however ,were inducted by the guest speaker, Atty. Epifanio Delbert G. Galima III, an alumnus of the high school and the grandson of the founder of AC.
Accepting  the challenge of a year round leadership, Michael Allan S. Morallos, SSG president and Mrs.  Roselie T. Asuncion, GPTCA president delivered their  speech  after the guest speaker inspired everyone with his message. Atty. Epifanio Delbert G. Galima III ended his message with an inspiring quote , “ In every God’s will, everything is possible.” #daryl & Rizelouisofia

Dumaguing tops essay writing tilt

Proving her mettle in writing, Celene Angeli Dumaguing, a  student of the Third Year Gold class and the Feature Editor of the Paragon  prevailed in the essay writing contest held at Solano Municipal Hall on the celebration of Nutrition Month  last July 21.
With the theme “Sa pagkaing tama at sapat wastong timbang ni baby ang katapat” Dumaguing bested other contestants from different high schools in Solano.    She was awarded a cash prize of 500 pesos and a certificate. Her coach Mrs. Gloria Afalla, likewise received a certificate.
“It gives me pride to give an honor  to our school”, she said in an interview after the awarding ceremony.
The said activity was organized by the Municipal Nutrition Committee of the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Solano.RKTJ

AC converges awards in Division Sci Quest

Fortified with their research skills and confidence, two groups of AC  science questors  proved the distinction of their study as they  emerged both 2nd runner up in the Divisions Science Fair and Quest  held at Bagabag National High School last September 4-5.
Armed with their tarpaulin, research papers and bright minds, the teams composed of  Bonn Brix Sententa, Macky Macadangdang , Elvira Rodriguez ( for Life Science Individual Category) in their investigatory project  entitled  Avocado Seeds (Persia Americana) as Feed Supplement for Broilers and  Celene Angeli Dumaguing, Sharry Basilio, Rodolfo Pasion  ( for Applied Science Category) with their study The Efficiency of Used  Motor Oil as an additive Component in the Production of Candle ,showcased their research skills and were able to defend their projects with all  confidence. Both teams with their advisers Mrs. Cathelyn Mariano and Mrs. Norinyl Clemor will advance to the Regional Science Quest sometime in November.
Meanwhile, other delegates pocketed awards in other contested activities of the said fair like : on  the Spot Painting contest where – Jaypee Ambohnon  got  4th place, in  Quiz Bee ( 1st year Category)-Raenier Fernandez got  4th place , Mylene Bautista ( 2nd year Category) 5th place , Rizelle Jeane Fernandez ( 4th year Category)- 3rd place. In Sci-Dama 1- Vince Honrales garnered 2nd  , Mar Jonathan Dave Fabro  got 4th, Hermis Von Honrales placed 3rd . Their coaches were  Mrs. Lainely Castañeto, Mrs. Curie Palattao, Mrs. Norinyl Clemor, Mrs. Felicidad Furigay and Mrs. Cathelyn Mariano.
AC was just one among the  48 private and public schools in Nueva Vizcaya  that participated.#MJJT

AC converges awards in Division Sci Quest

Fortified with their research skills and confidence, two groups of AC  science questors  proved the distinction of their study as they  emerged both 2nd runner up in the Divisions Science Fair and Quest  held at Bagabag National High School last September 4-5.
Armed with their tarpaulin, research papers and bright minds, the teams composed of  Bonn Brix Sententa, Macky Macadangdang , Elvira Rodriguez ( for Life Science Individual Category) in their investigatory project  entitled  Avocado Seeds (Persia Americana) as Feed Supplement for Broilers and  Celene Angeli Dumaguing, Sharry Basilio, Rodolfo Pasion  ( for Applied Science Category) with their study The Efficiency of Used  Motor Oil as an additive Component in the Production of Candle ,showcased their research skills and were able to defend their projects with all  confidence. Both teams with their advisers Mrs. Cathelyn Mariano and Mrs. Norinyl Clemor will advance to the Regional Science Quest sometime in November.
Meanwhile, other delegates pocketed awards in other contested activities of the said fair like : on  the Spot Painting contest where – Jaypee Ambohnon  got  4th place, in  Quiz Bee ( 1st year Category)-Raenier Fernandez got  4th place , Mylene Bautista ( 2nd year Category) 5th place , Rizelle Jeane Fernandez ( 4th year Category)- 3rd place. In Sci-Dama 1- Vince Honrales garnered 2nd  , Mar Jonathan Dave Fabro  got 4th, Hermis Von Honrales placed 3rd . Their coaches were  Mrs. Lainely Castañeto, Mrs. Curie Palattao, Mrs. Norinyl Clemor, Mrs. Felicidad Furigay and Mrs. Cathelyn Mariano.
AC was just one among the  48 private and public schools in Nueva Vizcaya  that participated.#MJJT

AC family marks 54th JFG birthday

Getting tough at rough times, AC Executive Dr. Junifen F. Gauuan celebrated his 54th birthday with the AC family last June 24 at the Audio-Visual room enthemed “Committed to Bringing AC to the GLOBAL Future. The ACians communed in a convocation led by the school chaplain, Rev. Jonathan Razon, jazzed up by the Praise and Worship Team’s inspirational songs. Mr. Jenifer R. Tallungan, Dean of Student Affairs wished the global president to be always equipped with cyber strength and galactic wisdom in his opening remarks. Everyone’s spirit leveled up with the presentations of different departments as a tribute to the president, spelled out GLOBAL: G for gem by the Elementary School; L for leader by the High School; O for Outstanding by the School of Medical Sciences and College of Engineering and Technology; B for Brave and Brilliant by the College of Arts Sciences and Education an School of Criminology; A for Astounding by the School of Informatics and Hospitality Management and School of Business and Accountancy; and L for light by the Graduate School. Students, faculty members, administrators, and guests offered gifts and tokens to the president which he reciprocated with a cordial message of thanks. Moreover, the Aldersgate College Employees’ Association offered tokens to other June birthday celebrators. Mrs. Prescilla Esperanza A. Soriano, Executive Assistant for Education, delighted everyone with her closing remarks as she greeted the president and other June celebrators and discussed the traits one shows off as he ages. The celebration was also attended by members of the AC-Board of Trustees: Mr. Salvador Aquino and Rev. Nestor Tangunan, Solano-UMC Administrative Pastor. Other guests were Rev. Balligi Lorenzana, District Superintendent of the NVIWD; Rev. Dr. Jonathan Razon, School Chaplain; and Rev. Ike Galima, Solano UMC Associate Pastor. #AndellJTA

Pojas tops entrance exam

Kathleen Trisha Pojas edged out  103 examinees of the Freshmen Entrance Test held last May 29 at the school’s Audio-visual Room.
Pojas who graduated from  Bangar Elementary School topped the test  followed by Julie Anne Callejo from Bagahabag Elementary School, others who occupied places at the top were Dianne Faye Agustin of the  Solano South Central School, Michael Cypress Agustin; Wacal Elemtary School, Karl Elgin Amaranto, Jon Raenier Fernandez  Chester Jhun Castro;  from Aldersgate College Elementary Department, Jayvee Gambon; Solano East Central School, Eric Jasper Pacunayen; Bangar Elementary School and Michael Angela Laciste: Aldersgate College.
“I guess my preparation in the elementary school helped me in flying over those questions in the exam, I thank my teachers for that and my parents too for their inspiration” Pojas, recalled in an ambush interview.
These students who  qualified in the Top Ten  will be granted a 1-year 100% tuition fee discount.#

Scribes join IPC

Justifying once again the power of the pen,  ACians participated in the two-day Intercollegiate Press Conference (IPC) with the theme “I write therefore I inspire”, held on August 19-20, 2010 at the Audi-Visual Room of the school.
Three hundred students coming from the seven  college departments, science classes of the secondary school , grades 4-6 of the elementary school  attended the IPC.
The  confab was designed to hone the skills of the students in the different fields of journalism such as; news writing, feature writing, editorial, writing,  sports writing, cartooning, photojournalism  copyreading and headline writing and graphic arts illustration to prepare them for competitions outside the school.
Armed with their technical know-how and  PowerPoint presentation,  the resource speakers Mr. Jeramy Lloyd Lelina, (News  and Sports Writing); Mr. Jenifer Raymond Tallungan, (Feature  and Poetry Writing); Mrs. Marissa Taguinod, (Photojournalism and Lay outing, Copyreading and Headline Writing); Mr. Nick Rojas, (Editorial and Opinion Writing); Mr. Emerson Castañeto, (Editorial Cartooning and Graphic Arts Illustration),  trained the students.
Awarding of winners concluded the confab. Top 5 winners of the different categories were given certificates. Individual highest pointer students  were also recognized. Winners of the secondary school are enlisted below.
Individual Highest Pointers
1.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
2.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
3.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
4.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold
Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
5.    Margaret Golda Tabuan III-Gold

News Writing-English
1.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
2.    Mharielle dela Cruz IV-Platinum
3.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
4.    Mar Jonathan Dave Fabro II-Silver
5.    Lei Emmanuelle Serrano II-Silver
News Writing-Filipino
1.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold
2.    Mary Joy Corpuz IV-Platinum
3.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
4.    Kara Pearl Florendo II-Silver
5.    Bonn Brix Sententa II-Gold
Sports Writing-English
1.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
2.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
3.    C harlene Villanueva III-Gold
4.    Graziela  Apelado III-Gold
5.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold

Sports Writing-Filipino
1.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
2.    Margaret Golda Tabuan III-Gold
3.    Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
4.    Bonn Brix Sententa III-Gold
5.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
Editorial Writing-English
1.    Andrea May de Guzman IV-Platinum
2.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
3.    Dianne Faye Agustin I-Nickel
4.    April Dawn Adalem IV-Platinum
5.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
Editorial  Writing-Filipino
1.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
2.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
3.    Gabrielle Sharry Kaye Basilio III-Gold
4.    Yvette Tiongson II-Silver
5.    Keren Joy Marigondon III-Gold
Feature Writing-English
1.    Jon Raenier Fernandez I-Nickel
2.    Nesthy Bunagan III-Gold
3.    Margaret Golda Tabuan III-Gold
4.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
5.    Ma. Samantha Posilero III-Gold
Feature Writing-Filipino
1.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
2.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
3.    Rizelle Jeane Fernandez IV-Platinum
4.    Bonn Brix Sententa III-Gold
5.    Emma Lyn Patawig III-Gold
Poetry Writing-English
1.    Leo Joveth  Bartolome II-Silver
2.    Margaret Golda Tabuan III-Gold
3.    Jaypee de Guzman IV-Platinum
4.    Mila Leanne Ventura IV-Platinum
5.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
Poetry Writing-Filipino
1.    Jenny Rose Guillermo IV-Platinum
2.    Kara Pearl Florendo II-Silver
3.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
4.    Bonn Brix Sententa III-Gold
5.    Charlene Villanueva III-Gold
Copyreading and Headline Writing-English
1.    Michelle Louise Anzia II-Silver
2.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
3.    Emma Lyn Patawig III-Gold
4.    Daryl Bolante IV-Platinum
5.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
Mary Joy Corpuz IV-Platinum

Copyreading and Headline Writing-Filipino
1.    Dianne Faye Agustin I-Nickel
2.    Mary Joy Corpuz IV-Platinum
3.    Bonn Brix Sententa III-Gold
4.    Jon Raenier Fernandez I-Nickel
5.    Rafael Penpillo II-Silver
Faith Hope Gullon IV-Platinum

Editorial Cartooning-English
1.    Jaypee Ambohnon I-Lovelace
2.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
3.    Leo Mark Arreola II-Silver
4.    Kathleen Trisha Pojas I-Nickel
5.    Edward John Pacunayen III-Gold
Editorial Cartooning-Filipino
1.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
2.    Joven Job Pilaspilas II-Silver
3.    Jerry Tan II II-Silver
4.    Erica Chawana I-Nickel
5.    Margaret Golda Tabuan III-Gold
Photojournalism-English
1.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold
2.    Celene Angeli Dumaguing III-Gold
3.    Wrixi Vynne Arzadon III-Gold
4.    Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
5.    Jhelly Aisle Dumlao IV-Platinum

Photojournalism-Filipino
1.    Jessa Lyn Tallungan III-Gold
2.    Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
3.    Mila Leanne Ventura IV-Platinum
Graphic Illustration-English
1.    Jerry Tan II II-Silver
2.    Roel Valenzuela IV-Platinum
3.    Bryan Paul Galicia IV-Platinum
4.    Andell Jan Almendra III-Gold
5.    Jelo Marie Almazan I-Nickel

Graphic Illustration-Filipino
1.    Christian Hector Misanes II-Silver
2.    Jaypee Ambohnon I-Lovelace
3.    Dianne Faye Agustin I-Nickel
4.    Rodolfo Pasion III-Gold
5.    Jearen Hesed Balagan III-Gold#Celene_D.