Leadership Training Seminar

RATIONALE The main purpose of training young leaders is to develop the total personality of an individual so that he can be a productive citizen of the country and a well-adjusted human being. This is done primarily through interpersonal relationship wherein the integrating factors are his mental, emotional, physical, social and creative aspects of growth needed for his personal well-being and satisfaction.

LTSW 2009
CYWTAC to facilitate

Children and Youth Wellness Technical and Advocacy Center (CYWTAC), in cooperation with the HCEC Pupil Government Organization (PGO) will facilitate the Leadership Training Seminar and Workshop for PGO, Class Council, and ARA Club Officers on July 24-26, 2009 at The upgraded objectives and activities in this seminar were the HCEC Multi-Purpose Hall. formulated to meet the needs and interests of a young leader. Likewise, each session provides opportunities for The said training program for student leaders is intended for the Intermediate self-expression and self-discovery. School only. This is a live-in training It is hoped that this LTS will, in one way or another, help seminar which will start on July 24, Friday promote the self-realization of the individual – a good afternoon, 5:00 pm and will culminate on starting point on his way as a leader of his fellowmen. July 26, Sunday, 12:00 noon.

NEW ARA CLUB OFFICERS REVEALED
Vacant offices in the ARA CLUBS were filled-in last June 27, 2009 during the first Club Meeting held inside the school campus. Preliminary activities were done before the election of the new officers in each of the ARA Clubs that included the orientation and welcome ceremonies to the new members of the club ( grade One and new pupils / returnees / transferees ). After discussing the constitution and by-laws of the club, election of officers was done.

CYWTAC will provide the training program for the Senior Leaders (Intermediate School Leaders) entitled : A WORLD FIT for YOUNG LEADERS. The center will have the following components: 1. Personal Empowerment 2. Learning to Lead 3. Leadership in Motion Complete details, including letter to the parents will be given next week.

HCEC ARA OFFICERS AY 2009-2010
FLORA & FAUNA MUSIC & RHYTHM
PRESIDENT VICE-PRE SIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER PUBLIC-INFO RMATIONOFFICER CHAIRMAN on CLE ANLI NE SS CHAIRMAN on P ORDER MUS E ESCORT EACE &
PAUL ANDREW BUENAFLOR MARY NIEL MANGAOANG

FUSION
MA. ELENA F. PEÑAFLOR

RALPH ALLEN H. LABILLES LEA KEZIAH H. AMPARADO
EDEN MAY ALAMO JETH FRANCIS OLARVE

YYA R. TRINIDAD LOUISE RAE R. BERIÑA LEILA JAN R. DIMAIWAT
JOSE ANDREW L. SAYSON

CLAIRE B. TRINIDAD ELLIN ROSELLE R. TATAD VINCE CHRISTIAN L. PARAÑAL
MERARI DEBORAH CATORCE BIANNE-THA MENDEZ

(P) XIL LUCIA L .GUEVARRA (I) FROILAN A. GENTALIAN
ELAINE NAGRAMPA

LIANAH GRACE R. BAGACINA
I – GERARD PAUL STA. ROSA P – JUSTIN ANDREI RECUENCO

AIMEE BLANQUERA

JASMIN YUKI R. TSUKADA
JOHN VINCENT G. GONZALES

DANIELLE ANDREAH Q. BOEHM GILES P. NADAL

NICOLE S. DE VERA LANZ ALLEN O. BARROGA MDM. CECILIA V. SADANG MDM. ELENA B. OAFALLAS MDM. CATHY DL. LAGYAP MDM. MARIFE SARTO

ARA MENTORS

MDM. VIRGINIA V. DIMABAYAO

SIR ALBERT L. TALAGTAG

SIR TED NACARIO

SIR DOMINIC T. BAGACINA

MDM. SANDRALYN CARABLE SIR CRIS LIBRANDA

SPEECH & DRAMA
PRESIDENT
THEA MAE E.

KINESTHESIA (PRIM)
FRANCIS JEROME L.

KINESTHESIA (INT)
NICOLE ANN

BENEGAS

SAYSON
ROCHELLE ANGELA V. MENDOZA

BUENAFLOR

VICE-PRE SIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER PUBLIC-INFO RMATIONOFFICER CHAIRMAN on CLE ANLI NE SS CHAIRMAN on P EACE & ORDER MUS E ESCORT ARA MENTORS

CIARA LYN B. TALAGUIT
KATHLEEN DE LOS REYES

JOHN MARLOU B. NAZARREA
KRISTINE SAYSON

JANELLE Ll. ODAVAR
YTHAN JOSHUA ANGELO R. MAÑUGO

ERIKA FAYE M. BREBONERIA IMMANUEL PANDES ALEXIS C. CORPORAL JEMSY KRIS M. ONG
KATRINA IBIAS

MARY FRANCE C. CELADA

FREYA VIDA MIRANDO

RAMIUS C. AQUILER KEITH BREY ANNE S. DOCOT NIKKEI ROSE A. PRIELA JEAN RYAN R. PEYRA SIR JERICKSON D. GETIZO SIR HARVEY S. BOAQUINA MDM. SHIELA MARTINEZ

EZRA PRINCESS O. LANUZO
BIANCA PAULA MONSALVE

DENISON O. PAMONAG MDM. CHRISTINE V. RADAN
MDM. FLORENCE B. CAPARANGA MDM. CHRISSA IGNE MDM. LINA ROYONG

VOLUME IV, ISSUE NO. 4

Parents’ Bulletin

ANA VERONICA DP. NIEBRES ADRIAN F. CUADRO SIR ARNEL ASIS SIR MELVIN C. FEDERIS SIR ARJAY DIMANARIG

JULY 10, 2009

JULY is NUTRITION, ECOLOGY MONTH
Nutrition Month is one of the essential celebrations responding to the aim of promoting good life and good health for every learner. This celebration will teach each learner, especially the pupils, about being aware of the contents of the foods they eat and the importance of healthy lifestyle. Childhood is an important time to develop healthy patterns for life and prevent weight problems. Encouraging children to eat healthy food and be physically active can be a challenge. It requires patience, practice and time.
MOND AY 6 13 TUESD AY 7 14 Nutritio n Trivia WEDNESD AY 8 15 THURSD AY 9 16 Nutrition Trivia FRIDAY 10 Launching 17 Act-Hi-Pro (Science) Nutri-Quiz (Math) PosterMaking Art Contest 24 Act-Hi-Pro (English) EssayWriting (Math) Slogan Poem Making 31 CULMINATI NG DAY

educators to reflect on their 21 22 23 Nutritio Nutrition material, teaching and n Trivia Trivia Objectives: provoking student thought 1. Awareness about the importance of and action, encouraging eating proper foods; 2. Update the pupils the importance of students to ask questions, practicing healthy lifestyle; 3. Enhance and experience how to 27 and motivating students to 28 29 30 Nutritio Nutrition prepare foods and selling – buying n Trivia Trivia process (entrepreneurship). learn." ``You can use Proposed Activities assessments to indicate Culminating Activity • NutriQuiz • whether components of the Fruits Festival • Poster Making • Food Fair • Slogan Making • course Winners Awarding of have been clearly • Art Contest • understood DANCE EXERCISE dubbed as by the • Essay Writing Contest SABAY-SABAY sa PAGGALAW • Nutrition Trivia students. You can record • Posting of Healthy Lifestyle Tips HOW is my GRADESCHOOLER DOING in the results of assessments SCHOOL? and check the results of by MR. MELVIN C. FEDERIS Head of Student Affairs student assessments to see
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What is the value of Student Assessment?
``Student assessments have two main purposes: to evaluate students' progress and to help students learn.