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Bilang bahagi ng pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng Wika ay ang pagtatanghal ng isang dula na hango sa maikling kuwentong “ Ang Mundo ay Mansanas”. Ang nasabing dula ay binigyang buhay ng mga miyembro ng Kalinangang Kayumanggi, isang sikat na grupong nagpapalabas ng dula sa iba`t ibang lugar. Isa sa mga layunin ng pagtatanghal ay bigyang buhay ang isa sa mga obrang nasulat sa aklat at ipabatid sa mga manunuod ang ganda ng mundo ng theatro.
Bilang pakikiisa ng Student Body Organization sa pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng Wika ay pinangunahan nila ang Pasiklaban: Larong may Puso, Tatak Pilipino noong Agosto 19. Itinampok ng naturang gawain ang mga larong Pilipino katulad ng patintero, tumbang preso, luksong tinik, palo sebo at marami pang iba. Bukod sa larong Pinoy, ilan rin sa mga aktibidab ay ang patimpalak sa paggawa ng Mural na temang Wikang Filipino: Wika ng Karunungan at spoken poetry. Itinanghal na mga kampeon ang G7- St. Alphonsus, G8- St. Charles, G9- St. Raphael at G10- St Ignatius sa pasiklaban 2016. Nagwagi naman sa paggawa ng Mural ang mga mag-aaral mula sa ika- sampung baitang, pumangalawa ang mga mag-aaral sa ika-siyam na baitang at nagtabla naman sa ikatlong puwesto ang mga mag-aaral sa ika- pito at ika-walong baitang. Itinanghal namang mga panalo sa spoken poetry sina Mico Laureles, Micah Mc Donelle, Katherine Desingaño at Chrissea Custodio.
Nagdaos ng symposium tungkol sa Cyber- Bullying ang Rogationist College noong Agosto 15, 2016 bilang paggunita sa Anti- Bullying Awareness Week. Ito ay dinaluhan ng mga mag-aaral sa ika-pito hanggang ika-sampung baitang. Layunin ng symposium na imulat ang isipan ng mga mag-aaral sa mga di-magagandang epekto ng bullying sa kapwa.
Nagdaos ng misa na pinangunahan ni Fr. Ariel Tecson, RCJ ang Rogationist College noong ika-15 ng Agosto upang ipagdiwang ang pag-akyat ng Mahal na Birhen sa langit . Ito nasabing misa ay dinaluhan ng mga staff, guro at mag-aaral sa Junior High School, Senior High School, College at TED Departments.
The Office of Guidance and Counselling (OGC) sponsored a seminar on anti-bullying for the grade 11 students to increase their awareness of the cases, causes, and consequences of bullying.
In her talk, C/SCS/FEMD Roan Marie D. Bascugin, alumna of Rogationist College High School Department Batch 2003, focused on the discussion of cyberbullying stating the many ways on how children experience this which is most prevalent in today’s generation.
She gave tips on how to stay safe online in order for the seniors to be aware of the different sites that could bring harm to them and their families. She also emphasized some laws that help protect children.
The recollection of Grade 11- Counsel students together with their class adviser, Mrs. Buena Campano, started at 7:30am with an opening prayer facilitated by Brother Mark Destura. Then, it was followed by a short discussion of the schedule and activities for that day. To start with, students formed a circle in order to see each other and be able to do the first activity which is all about knowing themselves. They were given a time to reflect and talk to God and forget all those things that burden their mind in that time while in the presence of silence. Sharing of answers to the questions given by the facilitator such as how their parents, teachers, friends and themselves see their own selves as was followed. Presentation of videos connected with the theme of the recollection which is “Giving” was projected to be able to look out to the other world and see how beautiful life is. The videos talked about selflessness. After that, they discussed about the importance of the present time and valuing it instead of focusing their lives in the future. They were given a time to confess their sins until 12nn afterwards.
In the afternoon, the second part of the sharing was continued. They shared about their inspirational experiences which is unforgettable one that motivated and inspired them to pursue their dreams. This activity gave them a chance to know more about each other. The recollection ended with a Holy Mass.
Grade 11- Counsel Ambat, Melgie Ann Bayani, Norielyn Dogelio, Danna Mendoza, Cherish Anne
The Campus Ministry initiated an Institutional Ecumenical Dialogue and Orientation for non-Catholic students on August 5 in order to acknowledge their beliefs. According to Sr. Darlen Pardillo, FDZ one of the facilitators of the dialogue, the event aims to recognize the students’ presence in Rogationist College and to enlighten the participants to the true essence of faith and beliefs despite differences in religions. Moreover, ecumenism is an effort done by Christians of different church traditions to develop closer relationships and better understandings among believers. - Senior High School Publication
The Rogationist College’s selected junior and senior high school students took part in celebrating the Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus through a Eucharistic celebration at the St. Anthony’s chapel. Fr. Victor Vincent Dumdum, RCJ was the celebrant in the Mass scheduled by the Campus Ministry Office on August 5. -Senior High School Publication
Sinalubong ng buong komunidad ng Rogationist College (RC) ang pagdiriwang ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa na may temang “Filipino: Wika ng Karunungan” sa pamamagitan ng pagsuot ng mga kasuotang Pilipino. Nakiisa ang lahat ng departamento ng RC sa pagbubukas ng padiriwang nang may pagtangkilik at pagpapaunlad ng kultura ng bansa tulad ng pagsusuot ng mga Barong Tagalog, Baro’t Saya, Kimona, at iba pang Filipiniana.
To promote disaster preparedness and reduce risk in times of calamities, Rogationist College (RC) Community held an institutional earthquake drill on July 29. The said earthquake drill was monitired by Fr. Santos Solitario, RCJ, Director for Student Support and Services, with the help of Office of Student Discipline (OSD). Prior to the drill, the OSD conducted room-to-room discussions regarding the procedures that will be done during the activity and distributed evacuation plans to be followed.
Rogationist College, together with the members of the Lions Club, manifested generosity once again as it held St. Anthony`s Sharing 2016 with a theme: Seeing Jesus in the Face of Others on July 3. This is an annual event wherein children from different barrios in Silang were invited and given goods, school supplies and other basic necessities.
Rogationist College celebrated the Feast of July the 1st on July 1. The activity started with a mass presided by Fr. Carlos R. Guzman, RCJ, the rector of the school. In his homily, he emphasized the importance of celebrating this momentous occasion. A lunch together was shared by the students, teachers and other guests afterwards.
Rogationist College conducted the installation rites for the new rector and president of the school, Fr. Carlos Guzman, RCJ on June 29. It was witnessed by the faculty, staff, members of the academe and his family and friends. A dinner was shared by everyone afterwards.
- CPA PASSERS:
- CAPAYA, CRISTEL
- CUADRA, MARK LESTER
- GONZALES, GLENDA
- LET PASSERS:
- SOLERO, CHERRY
- ANGCAO, CEILINE CIELO
- DIMAANO, ROMALAINE
- MARQUINA, LEGUIAVY
- ALONTAGA, SR. JOCEBEL
- MEDINA, ANGELICA
To enhance the bonding and camaraderie of batch Eximius, the 1st Grade 10 completers, Rogationist College through the Juniors’ Organization held a Juniors’ Ball with the theme, “Lumiere: an Evening of Glamour” on April 5, 2016 where they enjoyed the night with dances and song numbers and feasted on sumptuous dinner and snacks.
The completers also presented waltz performances. In the end, St. Ignatius emerged as champion of the dance competition followed by St. Thomas and St. Hannibal winning second and third place, respectively. From the performers, Nairon Blasurca was chosen as the male dancer of the night and Danica Anne Mae Genesis as the female dancer of the night.
Batch Royalties were also judged from the pairs of nominees from each section. Agustin Nuestro and Angelika Turda were the Eximius Duke and Duchess; Adrian Bayot and Danielle Villena were chosen as the Eximius Prince and Princess; and Marc Buena and Faith Jumarang were crowned as Batch Eximius King and Queen. (Credits to Forum and Bro. Jorge Casaberde for the photos)
The Grade 10 Completers attended a Eucharistic Celebration presided by Fr. Gabriel Y. Flores, RCJ, Ph.D. at the Di Francia Auditorium on April 5 before the start of the Juniors’ Ball.
In his homily, Fr. Gabby reminded the students to be “effortlessly beautiful with confidence” revising Miss Universe Pia Wurtzbach’s famous line “confidently beautiful with a heart.” He also advised the students to put God in the center and beginning of their every action, to be humble always, and to remember the true essence of excellence.
Rogationist College (RC) held its 1st Junior High School Completion Rites for the 243 Grade 10 completers on April 4, 2016 at St. Francis Sports Complex with DepEd Sec. Br. Armin Luistro as Guest Speaker.
In his speech, Br. Armin expressed his appreciation to the institution for being a close partner of DepEd in pursuing the real needs of every Filipino through the K to 12 curriculum.
Furthermore, he also commended the institution for preparing its grade 10 students pass the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) assessments commenting that RC may be the only school in the Philippines whose grade 10 students are already holders of Nationals Certificates and Certificates of Completion from TESDA.
On the other hand, RC conferred the Rogate Award, which is the highest award given by the school to whoever exemplifies the core values it’s promoting, to Dutchess Amon of St. Anthony, Patricia Policarpio of St. Matthew, and AJ Louise Ibañez of St. Thomas.
Rogationist College Junior High School Department administrators, teachers, staff and the Grade 10 completers together with their parents celebrated a Thanksgiving Mass on March 31 at the St. Francis Sports Complex.
In his homily, Fr. Carlos Guzman, RCJ reminded the parents to accompany their children along their winding journey towards the finish line which is the fulfillment of their dreams. He stressed that parents should always be there encouraging, motivating and inspiring their children as they trek towards the achievement of their goals in life.
B.S. Accountancy and B.S. Accounting Technology students who won on the Brain and Tactics (BATAC) Quiz Bee which was organized by Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants (JPIA) last March 06, 2016 held at De La Salle University - Dasmariñas.
- Basic Accounting Category
- 1st Runner Up
- Hydee Deligero
- Maria Denise Ilagan
- Sherlene Yap
- 2nd Runner Up
- Rensie Mae Garcia
- Rachel Anne Mendoza
- Alicia Nicole Sulit
- Advance Accounting Category
- 1st Place
- Carissa Mari Baylen
- Harvey Bong Gomez
- Jomarlee Marquina
Computer Studies Cluster (CSC) students, Kaithlin U. Garcia, Keith Jasper B. Quevada, Joevan U. Sacdalan, together with their coach Mr. Andrew S. Sinfuego, won as the QUIZ BEE - CHAMPION in the recently concluded iSITE Regional IT Skills Competition held March 8, 2016 at First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH) in Tanauan, Batangas.
Some students who also participate in the event are: Jesusa Bayot (C Programming), John Alexis Dimayuga (Java Programming), Dan Dave Edward Mojica (VB.Net Programming) and John Carlo Dimaranan (Android Programming) with their coach Engr. Donnie L. Anciro.
Congratulations to the Collaborative Desktop Publishing champions during the 2016 National Schools Press Conference held at Koronadal City, South Cotabato on February 22-26, 2016.
Everyone cheered at the sight of the clusters’ muses and escorts as they flaunted their gowns and tuxedo during the last day of Rogationist College’s 29th Foundation Week held at the St. Francis Sports Complex. Lezlie Musico and Dan Edison Cruz, representing the Tourism and Hotel and Restaurant Management, grazed the runway when they were hailed as the Mr. and Ms. RC 2016.