LOOK| The collegiate level conducted its 14th flag-raising ceremony on Wednesday, May 10 at the EZE stage and was sponsored by the School of Criminology.
The program started with an invocation led by Ms. Carla O. Peralta, an ABCM third-year student wherein she read the verses of the day from Isiah 40:41 and Luke 8: 38-42. She also emphasized that God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.
It was followed by the singing of the Philippine National Anthem conducted by Ms. Julie Mae S. Catchin, Panatang Makabayan by Ms. Charleze Gayle G. Catahina, and Vizcaya Hymn by Ms. Gretchene Mae Pinaroc, all BSCRIM-3A students.
The reading of the AC Mission, Vision, Goals and Objectives, and Core Values was led by Ms. Dianne Faith Suniega, also a third-year student.
Announcements and updates from the deans and heads of offices followed. Mrs. Anna Ria B. Beltran, Assistant Dean of the College of Business, Management and Accountancy ( CBMA), awarded the certificate of participation to the Aldersgate College- Junior Philippine Marketing Association (AC-JPMA) officers who participated in the recently concluded 14th Finance Summit held at GT-Toyota Asian Center Auditorium – UP Diliman, Quezon City.
In addition, Mrs. Lea Hob-Dulnuan, School of Criminology Research and Extension Coordinator, awarded the certificate of appreciation to the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) officers for volunteering during the clean-up drive in the nursery site at Jamboree Site Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya last March 1.
Along with the announcements, Mrs. Mae Irene L. Novelo and Rev. Rosemarie D. Agonias, School Chaplain, awarded the certificates of appreciation to students and staff for volunteering during the outreach program at the BJMP Curifang, Solano, Nueva Vizcaya last March 29.
Furthermore, Dr. Marissa J. Taguinod, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, was awarded the plaque of recognition given by the Department of Education (DepEd) Region II during the Regional Partners Forum with the theme ” Strengthening Partnerships, Bridging Educational Gaps,” last May 9 to Rev. Dr. Micah Ryan B. Ramel.
Meanwhile, the School of Medical Sciences (SMS) invited all the AC employees for free vital signs taking and blood glucose monitoring at the SMS laboratory in celebration of International Nurses Week.
Thereafter, the College President, Rev. Dr. Ramel delivered his inspirational message in which he said that Board Member Hon. Samuel G. Balinhawang, Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representative (IPMR) of Nueva Vizcaya, gave an update that there are more than 100 Tulong Dunong Program – Tertiary Education Subsidy (TDP-TES) applicants approved.
He reminded all students and employees the importance of wearing the proper uniform inside the campus. He also said that starting May 15, the “No ID, No Uniform, No Entry” shall be strictly implemented. In the event that the student disobeys, the Deans/OICs/Program Chairs and/or Principals will be called to personally receive or fetch the student from the gate.
The singing of the AC hymn under the direction of Ms. Maricris T. Torres, another BSCRIM-3A student and a group photo of all the faculty and staff marked the conclusion of the FRC.#
Report by: Zenaida Esporton
Photos by: Marydhel Hope S. Evardone, Senior Photojournalist
Lilibeth D. Pulista, Junior Photojournalist
Harlene Fae C. Ramos