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Showing posts from August 23, 2009

Philippine Youth Must Register and Vote

WITH the youth vote now believed to be crucial for the dream revamp in the country's political system, Bohol Sangguniang Kabataan Federation echoes the call for the youth to register and make their votes count. 
Jorvan Cordova of the SKPF said that their campaign for youth vote has since started in May during their weekly radio program here.  
At the weekly Kapihan sa PIA, Cordova added that the SKProvincial federation through Board Member Jane Censoria Cajes, who consequently sits as the SKNational Federation president believes that a unified vote of the youth would surely topple all stereotypes of the corrupted political system in the country. 
We still have firm hopes that the youth are the hopes of today, not the future, Cajes once said.
Over this, even with their weekly go-out and vote campaigns through their radio program, the SKPF through the office of Board member Jane Censoria Cajes has sent official memoranda to all SK barangay offices to extend the invitation to urge member…

Bohol Schools Amateur Athletic Association (BSAAA)

The Bohol Schools Amateur Athletic Association (BSAAA) will reel off on Sept. 12 at the Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School hard-court. This was bared to the Chronicle by Paul Calizar, its newly designated tournament commissioner.
Twelve member schools have confirmed their participation in the high school division and five in the elementary category, to the only inter school basketball competition in the city. They are the defending champions Bohol Institute of Technology International College jr Cruisers (BIT IC0; University of Bohol Baby Lemurs (UB): Royal Christian School Orioles (RCS) high; Bohol Wisdom School Golden Dragons (BWS); Tagbilaran City Science High School Virus (TCSHS); Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School Cyclones (DCPNHS); Grace Christian School Eagles (GCS); and come backing Holy Spirit School Crusaders (HSS); and Mansasa High School Black Mamba (MHS); Bohol International Learning Center Pythons (BILC).
Doubtful in their participation this year are the Central …

Conflict Management Seminar in Bohol Island

The Guidance Center of Bohol Wisdom School sponsored a Conflict Management Seminar for teachers as part of their guidance program last August 12, 2009. The seminar which was held at the school's audio-visual room was opened with an invocation led by Ms. Analene Palingkod. The teaching staff was formally welcomed by the College Guidance Counselor, Mrs. Lourella Amolato and the Statement of Purpose given by the High School Guidance Counselor, Ms. Ma. Elvira Timbal.  
The seminar that transpired gave an opportunity for each and everyone to sort things out within them that was basic to handling people under their care as Mrs. Christine Guliman, School's Psychometrician, journeyed with everyone in the surfing session.
Inputs on the different conflict management styles were also discussed and emphasized by Ms. Timbal while Tips on Conflict Management and Dealings with Irate Parents were handled by Mrs. Amolato, College Guidance Counselor and Mrs. Jennyflor Caracut, Grade School Depart…