FEU Cavite and Brigada Eskwela 2021 during the pandemic
FEU Cavite is still actively doing its part to achieve the Department of Education’s mission to engage all education stakeholders to contribute time, efforts, and resources in ensuring that public schools are all set in time for class opening. Even this time of the pandemic, FEU Cavite showed its love and compassion by participating once again in Brigada Eskwela to help make sure that the partner school is safe and prepared for the school year.
This year, FEU Cavite turned over donations to Vicente P. Villanueva Memorial Elementary School in Sampaloc I, Dasmariñas, Cavite. Alcohol spray bottles, isopropyl alcohol, and total donations amounting to Php 20,000.00 were turned over including manpower and logistical needs of the school.
With the help of Vicente P. Villanueva Memorial Elementary School’s Principal II Ms. Marian M. Lomeda, Adopt-a-School Program Mr. Ser Voie O. Cadavedo, and SDRRM Coordinator Ms. Merille Claire Dorado, the students will benefit from the items given away that promote health and safety against the spread of COVID-19.
FEU Cavite’s participation in Brigada Eskwela 2021 is made possible through the efforts of Executive Director Dr. Myrna P. Quinto and Higher Education Dean Dr. Harold B. Bueno, and the initiative of the Community Extension and Advocacy Committee with the assistance of Student Affairs Office Head Ms. Jonnalyn Constante, the Registrar, Ms. Sarah Jane Lopez-Mirasol, Hospitality Management Department Chair Ms. Pamela Michelle Rivera and Laboratory Custodian Mr. Harris Solis, Department Chairs Administrative Assistant Ms. Aileen Magdaraog, and Facilities and Technical Services team members Mr. Mikhail Guiang and Mr. Juricko Parcon.
*Safety and health protocols such as proper sanitation and social distancing were practiced and followed during the turnover. Face shields were removed for picture-taking purposes only.
FEU CONNECT or FEU – Community Networking to Nurture Education Coaching and Training is a series of webinars brought to you by FEU Manila and Cavite as part of FEU’s continuing commitment to deliver excellence in education.
Its particular focus is the dissemination of four distinct features of the FEU teaching and learning philosophies to teachers, school administrators, school officials, guidance counselors, librarians, and parents. The features include (1) Student-Centered Learning, (2) The importance of using a scientific, evidence-based approach in all subjects, (3) A teaching and administration approach characterized by the motto “firm but affirming,” and (4) The importance of the development of Fortitude in students. Fortitude is one of the core values of FEU.
November 13 , 2021, 10:00 am via Zoom Speaker:Ms. Catherina Catamora, Directo of Education Technology Office, Far Eastern University Manila Topic:The Importance of Education Technology in Schools
November 6, 2021, 10:00 am via Zoom Speaker:Ms. Mary Joy You, Director of Digital Content Creation and Development and Faculty, Department of Language and Literature of Far Eastern University Manila Topic:Sex/Gender/Culture: An Introduction
October 23, 2021, 8:00 am via Zoom Speaker:Ms. Carlotta Penn, Director of Partnerships and Engagement, Office of Equity, Diversity and Global Engagement of Ohio State University Topic:A Multicultural Literacy Education For All.
October 16, 2021, 10:00 am via Zoom Speaker:Dr. Luzelle Anne Gonzales-LimOrmita, Director of FEU Community Extension Services Topic:Lockdowns, New Normal, and Everything in Between: Coping with Pandemic Stress and Fatigue
October 16, 2021, 2:00 pm via Zoom Speaker: Mr. Joeven R. Castro, former Vice President of Academic Services of FEU Topic:Media and Information Literacy During The Pandemic