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MSC Ipinagdiwang ang Buwan ng Wika 2014

Ngayong buwan ng Agosto, muling ipinagdiriwang ng mga mag-aaral ng MSC ang Buwan ng Pambansang Wika na may temang “Filipino: Wika ng Pagkakaisa.” Ito ay ayon sa Pangpanguluhang Proklamasyon Blg. 1041, s. 1997 na nilagdaan ni Pangulong Fidel V. Ramos. Idineklara nito ang      buwan ng Agosto bilang Buwan ng Pambansang Wika kaugnay na rin ng kapanganakan noong Agosto 19, 1878, ni Pangulong Manuel L. Quezon, ang Ama ng Wikang Pambansa.

Nilalayon ng pagdiriwang na maipalaganap ang paggamit ng wikang pambansa upang maging instrument ng kapayapaan at mahikayat ang ating mga kababayan na bigyang halaga ang ating wika sa pagkakaisa ng bawat Filipino.

Ang paggamit ng Filipino   bilang wikang pambansa ay magbubunsod sa pagkakasundo sa mga usaping pangkapayapaan dahil  sa pagkakaunawaan ng bawat isa.

Lahat ng mag-aaral, kasama ang kanilang mga guro ay nagdaos ng isang palatuntunan noong Agosto 20. Tinampukan ito ng mga paligsahan sa larangan ng pagtula, pagtatalumpati, balagtasan, pagbabalita, sabayang pagbigkas, at mga paligsahan sa isahang pag-awit at dalawahang tinig. Mas pinasigla ang palatuntunan ng pagpili ng Lakan at Lakambini ng MSC at mga piling bilang mula sa iba’t ibang antas.

Buwan ng Wika 2014 winners

Buwan ng Wika 2014 winners

 

Ang mga nanalo sa mga paligsahan :

Tula: Alliah Patulot, 1st place, Leslie Umali , 2nd place, Rica Mae Comia, 3rd place,  Kyle Andrew Hara , 4th place

Talumpati: Januel Buedad , 1st place, Kyle Javier, 2nd place, Elyza Mendoza , 3rd place,  Abigail Diamante, 4th place

Balagtasan (Lakandiwa): Lianne Sarmiento, 1st place, Ashley Alcos, 2nd place, Angelica Rombaoa, 3rd place, Sam Reyes, 4th place

Balagtasan (unang panig): Decerie Tulipan, 1st place, Ezra Panganiban , 2nd place, Karl Buedad , 3rd place,  Arriane  Castillo , 4th place

Balagtasan (ikalawang panig): Linzi Penales , 1st place, Christine Villota, 2nd place, Lady Millares, 3rd place, Allyzon Reyes, 4th place

Pagbabalita: 4th year – Diamond, 1st place; Grade 7 – Sampaguita, 2nd place; Grade 9 – Narra, 3rd place; Grade 8 – Anahaw, 4th place

Sabayang Pagbigkas: 4th year – Diamond, 1st place; Grade 8 – Anahaw, 2nd place

Isahang Tinig: Venus Hernandez , 1st place, DecerieTulipan, 2nd place, Hannah Marie Flores, 3rd place,  Franco Melendrez, 4th place

Dalawahang Tinig: Lovynel Cortez & Albert Atienza, 1st place,  Angelica Rombaoa & Zeus Diacos, 2nd place, Adhie Banayo & Ryan Matuto, 3rd place, Christian Solpico & Mark Kenn Oca, 4th place

Mga Natatanging Mag-aaral – Pagpapakilala: Elena Hernandez & Aaron Yabut; Kasuotan: Arissa Jane Lacbay & Aaron Yabut; Talento: Linzi Penales & Neil Norman Tumawis; Pambato ng Masa: Elena HernandezAaron Yabut

Lakan at Lakambini 2014- 2015: Arissa Jane Lacbay & Jefferson Sarzadilla; Unang Lakan at Lakamini: Hazel Villanueva & Neil Norman Tumawis; Elena Hernandez & Aaron Yabut, Ikalawang Lakan at Lakambini; Lyka Gelyn De Luna & Nestor Jacob, Ikatlong Lakan at Lakambini.

“Ang hindi magmahal sa sariling wika ay higit pa sa malansang isda…”                                              – Dr. Jose P. Rizal

 

 

 

 

MSC Celebrates 2014 Nutrition Month

Every year, MSC High School celebrates the month of July as Nutrition Month as enjoined by the Department of Education. The 2014 theme is very timely as the National Nutrition Council has selected “Kalamidad Paghandaan: Gutom at Malnutrisyon Agapan!” which aims to promote awareness and intervention strategies to address nutritional needs in emergencies and disasters.

The 2014 MSC Nutrition Month Program held July 28 was highlighted by an Adobo Cooking Festival and Dessert Food Art exhibit, contests in poster –making , essay writing, poetry writing, table skirting and napkin folding, and jingle singing contest participated in by all grade levels.

Adobo is sometimes considered as the unofficial national dish of the Philippines. It is a popular dish and cooking process which involves meat, seafood, and vegetables stewed in vinegar. Adobo recipes last long even without refrigeration, thus suitable in times when there is no electricity during calamities such as typhoons. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippine_adobo)

Meal preparation is also an art. Food art makes eating fruits or vegetables more interesting and appetizing especially for children. 

The whole day activity served as the climax of the Nutrition Month celebration. It was a fun experience for the students as they learn through practice the importance of proper nutrition and how to prepare food in times of emergencies. 

In her message to the students, MSC Principal Ms. Lerma S. Prudente said that proper nutrition helps the young people grow to become healthy citizens of the country and awareness of food cooking strategies in times of calamities will ensure that there will still be food for the family to enjoy on the table, and applying food art in meal preparations makes even the simplest meal appetizing. 

The contest winners were judged by MSC faculty members ( Ms. Gemma Dimaano, Ms. Baby Magkawas, Mr. Alfritz Ivan Labo, Ms. Mary Rose Cleofe, Ms. Krizzalyn Barrios, Ms. Jinky Artillero, Ms. Jennry Rose Gonzales) and organized by Health teacher Mr. Rene Antiporda.
Winners of Poster-Making Contest are:

  • (Grade 7) Decerie U. Tulipan, 1st place; Linzi P. Penales, 2nd place; Liane Jane V. Sarmiento, 3rd place ;
  • (Grade 8) Allyzon D. Reyes, 1st place; Karl Stephen Buedad, 2nd place;
  • (Grade 9) Alliah Josiel Patulot, 1st place; Ryan Emmanuel Matuto, 2nd place; Adhie Jhane Faye Banayo, 3rd place;
  • (Grade 10) Nicole Algenio, 1st place; Rica Mae S. Comia, 2nd place; Lovynel Cortez, 3rd place.

Winners of the Essay-Writing Contest are:

  • (Grade 7) Decerie U. Tulipan, 1st place; Shekinah Diangkinay, 2nd place; Linzi P. Penales, 3rd place ;
  • (Grade 8) Mikkel Franz Angeles, 1st place; Allyzon D. Reyes, 2nd place, Aeron John Axelle Banayo, 3rd place;
  • (Grade 9) Sean Allan Martin E. Reyes, 1st place; Lady Chanel Millares, 2nd place; Alliah Josiel Patulot, 3rd place;
  • (4th Year) Rica Mae S. Comia, 1st place; Lovynel Cortez, 2nd place; Rachel Gutierrez, 3rd place.

Winners of the Poetry-Writing Contest are:

  • (Grade 7) Jerick Bonilla, 1st place; Jhon Mark Manalo, 2nd place; Linzi P. Penales, 3rd place ;
  • (Grade 8) Elton Escondo, 1st place; Karl Stephen Buedad, 2nd place, Mikkel Franz Angeles, 3rd place ;
  • (Grade 9) Lady Chanel Millares, 1st place; Ryan Emmanuel Matuto, 2nd place; Alliah Josiel Patulot, 3rd place ;
  • (4th Year) Jan Ezra Panganiban, 1st place; Elyza Mendoza, 2nd place; Lovynel Cortez, 3rd place (4th Year).

Winners of the Napkin Folding contest are: Grade 8, 1st place; Grade 7, 2nd place; Grade 9, 3rd place; 4th year, 4th place.

Winners of the Table Skirting contest are: 4th year, 1st place; Grade 8, 2nd place; Grade 7, 3rd place; Grade 9, 4th place.

Winners of the Adobo Cooking Contest are: 4th year, 1st place; Grade 8, 2nd place; Grade 9, 3rd place; Grade 7, 4th place.

Winners of the Nutrition Month Jingle Contest are: 4th year, 1st place; Grade 9, 2nd place; Grade 7, 3rd place; Grade 8, 4th place.

The MSC Performing Arts Club also presented their “Bahay Kubo” acapella opening number.

A Glimpse at San Pablo City’s History

Blast from the past!

  • 1571 – Arrival of Spanish troops under Captain Juan de Salcedo in the village of Sampalok (San Pablo City).
  • 1586 – Sampalok was converted into a parish.
  • 1647 – Sampalok was converted to a municipality and renamed San Pablo de los Montes.
  • 1756 – Sampalok was placed under jurisdiction of Batangas Province.
  • 1883 – Sampalok was returned to Laguna Province.
  • 1902 – Don Marcos Paulino was elected first Municipal President under the Americans.
  • 1940 – Approval of Commonwealth (Act) 520 or Charter of the City of San Pablo with Dr. Potenciano Malvar as first appointive City Mayor.
  • 1955 – Cipriano B. Colago was installed first elected City Mayor.
  • 1989 – MSC Computer Training Center started operations
  • 1998
  • 2014 – MSC will celebrate its 25th Foundation Day

Leave a reply or write to newsletter@msc.edu.ph to share your glimpses of San Pablo history!

 

MSC 25th Foundation Day

by Ike Prudente

On Dec. 4, 2014, we will be celebrating our 25th Foundation Day. In line with this, we are preparing some activities in addition to whatever plans the Alumni Association has.

First is the Search for Outstanding MSC Alumni. We will be awarding 25 Tech-Voc, 25 High School and 25 Short Course (FCO, ACO, Caregiving and Call Center) graduates during our Foundation Day. The criteria will be announced in early June.

Second is the 25 MSC – 25 Math Short Cuts. Every week, we will send a very useful math technique to all subscribers of the 25 MSC Newsletter which will come out beginning the second week of June. This Newsletter will be available to all – to MSC Alumni, your friends and relatives. Anyone who wishes to subscribe to this newsletter can fill out the form on the right of this page, or click on this link, just send a email with “Subscribe” on the subject line to msc@msc.edu.ph.

Third is the MSC Directory. We would like to keep track of all former
MSC students so we will start to gather data for an MSC directory which will be made accessible to all MSC alumni.

Fourth but not the least and surely not the last is the creation of an MSC Scholarship Fund. MSC has given many MSC scholarships to deserving students in the past, but we have not institutionalized it. With the creation of the MSC Scholarship Fund we hope to have more donors and more scholars.

 

MSC High School Academic Calendar for School Year 2014-2015

 

MSC HIGH SCHOOL -SY 2014-2015
SCHOOL CALENDAR
26-May-14 Start of Official Registration Period
19-30 May Teachers’ In-service Training
9-Jun-14 Start of Classes
12-Jun Independence Day
13-Jun-14 Homeroom Class Organization
14-Jun-14 Parent-Teacher Conference/ Elections
18-Jun-14 Organization of Student Organizations
19-Jun Rizal Day (non-working day for Laguna)
20-Jun-14  HS Acquaintance Party/ Induction of Officers
1-31 July National Nutrition Month
3-4 July 1st Summative Test
25-Jul-14 Nutrition Month Program & Science Exhibit
26-Jul-14 Troop Camp
30-Jul-14 Eid’l Fitr
1-31 August BUWAN NG WIKA/ HISTORY MONTH
4-5 Aug 1st Quarter Exam
12-Aug International Youth Day
23-Aug-14 Card-giving Day/ Parent – Teacher Conference
20-Aug-14 BUWAN NG WIKA PROGRAM
21-Aug Ninoy Aquino Day
25-Aug-14 National Heroes Day
1-30  Sept ENGLISH MONTH
5 Sept – 5 Oct National Teachers Month
4-5 Sept 2nd Summative Test
20 – 26 Sept Girl Scout Week
26-Sep-14 Boy & Girl Scout Investiture/ Camping
20-Sep-14 Parent – Teacher Conference
21-Sep International Day of Peace
26-Sep-14 ENGLISH MONTH PROGRAM
1-31 Oct SCOUTING MONTH
2-3 Oct 2nd Quarter Exam
5-Oct-14 Eid’l Adha
27-30 Oct SPORTSFEST
18-Oct-14 Card-giving Day/ Parent – Teacher Conference
1-31 Nov National Reading Month
1-Nov All Saints Day
2-Nov All Souls Day
4-5 Nov 3rd Summative Test
30-Nov Bonifacio Day
8-12 Dec Education Week (2nd week of Dec)
1-5 Dec MSC Foundation Day Celebration
6-Dec-14 Alumni Homecoming
10-11 Dec Achievement Test
12-Dec-14 Career Guidance Day
13-Dec-14 Parent-Teacher Conference
22-Dec-14 Christmas Vacation begins
25-Dec Christmas Day
30-Dec Rizal Day <Legal Holiday>
31-Dec New Year’s Eve
1-Jan New Year’s Day
5-Jan-15 Classes Resume
8-9 Jan 3rd Quarter Exam
13-Jan Coco Festival
15-Jan Feast of St. Paul the First Hermit
24-Jan-15 Card-giving Day/ Parent – Teacher Conference
Cyberfair (last week of Jan)
1-28 Feb Philippine Arts Month
Submission of Test Questionnaires
5-6 Feb 4th Summative Test
7-Feb-15 Parent-Teacher Conference/ Graduation Mtg
19-Feb-15 Junior-Senior turn-over ceremony
19-Feb-15 Chinese New Year
20-Feb-15 World Thinking Day – Boy Meets Girl
25-Feb EDSA People Power ‘Revolution Anniversary
1-31 March Women’s Month/ Fire Prevention Month
1-Mar Start of Clearance
6-Mar-15 Emergency / Fire Drill
5-6 Mar 4th Quarter Exam – Grade 10, 12
6-Mar-15 Election of Student Council Officers
12-13 Mar 4th Quarter Exam – Gr 7,8,9,11
14-Mar-14 Outbound Education –
Submission of Grades
30-Mar-15 Recognition Day/ Card-giving day
31-Mar-15 Graduation Exercises & Ball
2-Apr-15 Maundy Thursday
3-Apr-15 Good Friday
8-Apr-15 School Year ends/ Card Giving Day
9-Apr Araw ng Kagitingan
Summer Classes begin (Monday to Saturday, 3.5 hrs/day for 29 days)
Summer Classes end

San Gabriel: bagong tahanan ng MSC IT

Abril 2012 nang lumipat ang buong VYP-MSC Institute of Technology sa Barangay San Gabriel, San Pablo City.

Ngayon ay napakalawak at napakamaaliwalas na ang paligid ng mga mag-aaral dahil sa malalaking puno at magagandang halaman sa loob at paligid ng paaralan.
Magandang balita rin ito para sa mga naninirahan dito at sa mga katabing lugar dahil sa mayroon nang malapit at de kalidad na paaralang pwedeng pasukan nang mga batang taga rito.

Green School undergoes continuous improvement

Now that MSC has completely trasferred to its Green School Campus in San Gabriel, its facilities continue to be upgraded to keep pace, if not, be better than schools located in the city proper.
Among the facilities are:
– well-equipped science/robotics lab.
– airconditioned 38-unit computer lab.
– well ventilated, eco-friendly classrooms
– campus-wide wi-fi access
– basketball court and open grounds
– music room – under construction using plastic bottles as building material