Message from the President

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

Peace!

As you may already know by now, Malacañang has suspended work in all government offices as well as classes in all public schools tomorrow, September 21, 2017.

We at Ateneo de Iloilo - Santa Maria Catholic School shall continue with our classes tomorrow as usual.  We shall also use this day as an opportunity to continue to remember and learn the atrocities of Martial Law perpetuated by the Marcos Regime so that we may know how to prevent them from happening again.  The Social Studies Programs of our GS, JHS and SHS units have prepared various fora for this purpose. I encourage everyone to join and participate in these activities.  

As a Jesuit and Catholic School, let us use this day as an opportunity in exercising our sacred duty and mission to form our students to uphold justice as an integral dimension  and concrete expression of our Christian faith. 

In omnibus amare et servire,

 

Fr. Joseph Y. Haw, S.J.

President 

Expert gives tips in action research

TEACHERS and staff of Ateneo de Iloilo-SMCS went through a seminar-workshop on Action Research Thursday, July 2, with US-educated anthropologist Elvira Loriega.

A former college of education dean and vice president for academic affairs of West Visayas State University, Dr. Loriega breezed through the different philosophies governing action research, including its structure and parts.

Dr. Loriega, a well-known qualitative research authority, also guided the participants how to design a research title and its corresponding research questions. She stressed how vital such a professional work in the formation of teachers' professional growth.

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Blue spoon, lugaw, ‘trash talk,’ vigil greet St. Ignatius month

THE MONTH of St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus, kicked off Friday, July 3, with a compendium of activities that center on “mercy and compassion,” the Philippine Church’s theme for this Year of the Poor.

The day started with the launching of the school’s yearly Blue Spoon Feeding Program, followed by simple lunch and lugaw snacks, presentation of the new institutional segregation scheme, Troubadours mini concert, and the prayer vigil—all highlighting the call of Pope Francis to “cry with and for the poor.”

During the flag rites in the school gym, no less than school chaplain JR Orbeta Jr., SJ, led the high school community for the official start of the Iggy Bank, a three-year old coin bank drive that intends to gather money from students for the Blue Spoon Project. He asked students: “How can we continue to listen to the poor, be friends with them, and be partners with their struggle in life?”

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DepEd grants SHS permit to Ateneo

ATENEO DE Iloilo-SMCS has officially received its government permit this late June from the Department of Education (DepEd) for its Senior High School (SHS) set to start in school year 2016-2017.

Signed by DepEd OIC Regional Director for Western Visayas Ma. Gemma Ledesma, the certification (technically signed May 27, 2015) allows Ateneo to offer two strands in the Academic Track, namely, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) and Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM).

As a matter of requirement in granting permits, DepEd compels schools to present its plans for the SHS which includes curriculum, instruction, personnel, and facilities. Ateneo is one of the few private schools in the region, so far, who passed the screening and were eventually given such Provisional Permit to Operate the SHS Program. (Herman Lagon)

Saturday, September 23, 2017

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