The Father’s Day celebration was held last June 30, 2017 with a theme “My Superhero, My Best friend, My Dad.” Students from Kinder 1 to Grade 3 actively participated in this classroom-based event. The activity aimed to celebrate and appreciate all the hard-working and fearless dads. Also, it aimed to inculcate the value of gratitude and respect among students.
The event started with the arts and crafts activity, students in different level were given specific crafts to finish together with their adviser. Also, selected students from different level participated in the poster making activity. Each participant explained their work and related it on how they see their dad as a best friend and a hero. Lastly, all the students from different level headed to the photo booth station and joined their classmates for a photo taking session by showing off their most beautiful and wackiest poses.
Everyone enjoyed the activity and was proud to show off their best works to their dads.
The Early Childhood Department held its Acquaintance Day at FEU BED Audio Visual Room (AVR) last June 16, 2017 where students from Kinder to Grade 3 gathered to play, enjoy and know each other better. They were divided into four groups (blue, red, green and yellow) and competed in various categories.
Each team from K1 and K2 had the “PUZZLE DAZZLE” where red team won by 4 stars. Yellow team won when all grade 1 pupils from each team from grade 1 played the game “HOLD THE BALL”. The room was filled with laughter when each team played the game “FLAG IT”. Players were not allowed to hold the ball with their hands but only with their forehead, cheeks or nose. Each team from grade 3 showed creativity on “CRACK THE CODE” where they had to decode a statement in the fastest time they could. Players from red team screamed their lungs out when they were announced as the winner.
(Foreground)“Marky Llunar of Blue Team from Grade II – Patience on FLAG IT! – slowly, but surely inserting the flags on its designated bottle to ace their game.”
Aiming to prepare the young children on their responsibilities at home, community and nation through scouting, EC area launched its club: the Boys and Girls Scout of the Philippines, for the pupils from grades 1 to 3. There were 31 out of 57 pupils who joined the voluntary movement of being ‘always ready.’
(Far Right) Ms. April Marinduque, the club moderator of the BSP/GSP club, led the internalization of the Scouts to its club’s vision and mission.
Math teachers of the Basic Education Department (BED) attended the MTAP (Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines) Seminar, sponsored by DCPAPSPA (Division of Cavite Province Association of Private School Principals and Administrators), last July 22 and 29 at Trece Martirez City, Cavite. This seminar aims to equip the Math teachers of strategies in teaching Math to students with distinct needs and techniques for trainers who will participate in the MTAP-Metrobank-sponsored Math competition this December 2017.
(Far Right) Mr. Jericko delos Santos, the STEM Cluster Coordinator of BED, facilitated the training of the Grade 8 Math teachers from the public and private schools in Cavite. Photo from DCPAPSPA Fb page
Sharing the mission of the Scholastics program, Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMMS) cluster teachers attended the Implementation Training and Seminar of the program that aims to ‘encourage the intellectual and personal growth of all children, beginning with literacy,’ last July 15.
The activities during the training emphasized the techniques on reading aloud stories for children, the art and science of questioning for literacy and navigating the new features of its software application. Scholastics has been with FEU Cavite Basic Education Department in promoting its reading program’s goals for five consecutive years.
(Lower Right) Ms. Angelica Angcaya, a Language teacher, prepares for their Read Aloud and Art of Questioning activity while being assisted by her colleagues in formulating the questions on the development of the story line.
During the Parent Orientation last July 7, parents and guardians of the Early Childhood, Elementary and Junior High School students elected their first set of representatives: two parent representatives for each grade level from Kinder to Grade 10; one area representative for each Basic Education Department areas, namely the EC (Kinder to G3), Elementary (G4- G6) and JHS (G7- G10).
The assembly also highlighted the developments and new policies of the Academic and the Student Affairs programs. It was attended by more than half of the parent population.
(Upper right) Mr. Jericko delos Santos, the STEM Cluster Coordinator, presenting the Academic Program for AY 2017 – 2018 to the elementary and junior high school parents.
Moved by the conditions in Marawi, the first-ever batch of FEU Cavite BED JHS student council started last July 6 a week-long donation drive as their first project which, in turn, amounted to 884 items of clothing goods and 384 items of hygienic toiletries.
A day after the collection, the donations were turned over to the Armed Forces of the Philippines (AFP) thru Ms. Paula Maria Bacarisa of the Youth for Peace (YfP) organization (July 14) and were brought to Marawi by C-130, a military transport aircraft, July 20.
(R-L) Anne Piolo (Secretary), Yeseul Keum (Treasurer), Abby Magno (Vice President-Internal), Phoedess Toleran (PRO), Angelynn Aguilar (President) with their adviser, Ms. Joanne Pauline Septimo, deliver the BED community’s relief to the Marawi evacuees thru Ms. Paula Maria Bacarisa of YfP.
Special Subjects Cluster (SSC) teachers of the BED JHS attended the 2nd National MAPEH Symposium at University of the Philippines (UP) National Institute for Science and Mathematics Education Development (NISMED), UP Diliman, Quezon City. The symposium focused on the importance of the culture-based education (CBE) and approach in the K-12 Basic Education Curriculum in teaching contextualized and localized Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health.
(L-R) Ms. Barbara Isidoro and Mr. Jimuel delos Santos represented the SSC who will share the legal, theoretical, and philosophical bases of CBE to their colleagues in FEU Cavite.