Issue 9 – CocoFestival 1996 and Dividing by 5, 50, 0.5 etc
The very first coconut festival in San Pablo City was held in 1996 and the main event of the weeklong festivities during that time, and even today is the “mardi gras” or the street dancing competition.
The first mardi gras was held on January 12, 1996 and it was a grandslam for MSC.
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In this issue
- San Pablo City’s first Cocofestival 1996 – a GRANDSLAM for MSC
- MSC’s Annual Acquaintance Party
- Featured batch: MSC Computer Training Center first batch – class of 1993
- New Computer Programming Courses @ MSC
- Converting Kilograms to Pounds and Pounds to Kilograms
- The Yellow Lep
- MSC 9 – Dividing by 5, 50, 0.5, etc.
- Financial Planning at MSC
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In 1991, MSC got the necessary permit to offer two-year courses in Office Management (OMC) and Computer Technology (CTC). In June of that year, classes for the two courses started with fifty (50) OMC and twenty-six (26) CTC students.
MSC at that time was occupying the second floor of the Jesusa building (on the first floor was Monte de Piedad Savings Bank) along A. Flores St. Its two classrooms had a capacity of 50 students only. MSC had to set morning and afternoon sessions to accommodate the new two-year course students totaling more than 70. Schedule for the short term course students were also set strategically so that there will be a classroom for each class. Saturday and evening classes were conducted.
by the Busybee
It was drizzling so I had to head back to the office. On my way to the office, I saw a brightly colored creature fly. “I’ve never seen that bird before. Now, where did it go?” I scanned the branches of the trees and looked for movement but found no such bird. Something yellow caught my eye. Flutterby, I meant, butterfly! There’s a bright yellow butterfly sipping nectar from the white flowers, I thought.
Because of my height and the relative position of the lepidopteran, I can only see parts of it. The body is like that of a bumblebee, yellow with black bands. The lepidopteran is dominantly yellow. The basal part of the forewings and the hind wings are yellow with black markings. The top/ upper half of the forewings are mainly black with white markings.
- Issue 1 – Creating Zeroes
- Issue 2 – All From 9 and the Last from 10
- Issue 3 – Subtraction Without Borrowing
- Issue 4 – Stories from MSC Alumni, and Multiplying by 11
- Issue 5 – Blast from the Past, The Search is on and Multiplying by 2
- Issue 6 – Nutrition Month, Carabao Fractions, Division by 2
- Issue 7 – MSC High First Batch in 1998; Doubling and Halving
- Issue 8 – Mutya ng Pilipinas and Multiplying by 9
In the Next Issue
- 25 years of MSC ( more stories )
- MSC 10
- MSC – First School to have a generator
- First Batch of OMC and CTC Graduates
The FREE Financial Planning Seminar goes to San Pablo! The seminar is open to the public and will be held at the MSC Green Campus in San Gabriel, hence it is especially convenient for MSC teachers, staff, alumni and friends.
What: This two part event will have a “Practical Tips on Money Management” seminar/presentation then the attendees break up into smaller groups for financial coaching to create personal financial blueprints.
When: Sept 17, 2014, 4pm, Sept 24, 2014, 4pm
Where: MSC Institute of Technology Green Campus
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