New UB president assumes office

Lawyer Victoriano Belarmino Tirol, Jr., executive vice president and chief operations officer of the University of Bohol, has formally assumed office as the new president of this institution vice his elder brother Atty. David B. Tirol.

As a lawyer and educator by profession, Atty. Tirol Jr. served for many years as schools division superintendent and regional director of the Department of Education until his retirement. During his incumbency as National President of the Philippine Public School Teacher, Employees Association (PPSTEA) Tirol, Jr. initiated the Magna Carta for Public Schools.
In July 2009, Tirol was awarded as one of The Outstanding Boholanos around the World (TOBAW 2009) in the field of education. In his desire to open more avenues for educational advancement, he founded Cristal e College in Panglao, Information Computer Institute Bohol and Galeria (a computer school) in Quezon City.
Atty. Tirol Jr. is the son of Atty. Victoriano D. Tirol Sr., first president of the first university in the province - University of Bohol (formerly Rafael Palma College).(L.A.Boncales)
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DHS CAT OFFICERS 2009-2010 saluted By:FaithTabel, Kat Padayhag,Trisha Buenconsejo and Hannah Gilda Timtim

CAT Unit of the department proudly salutes the SY 2009-2010 officers who have been performing their duties since the opening of classes this year.

These commendable officers who passed and survived a series of trainings and survival activities and most importantly performed their year-long responsibilities, headed by the CAT Commandant, Mr. Roy Mondragon are listed below.

BATCH MOTTO: Daanan man nang maraming pagsubok
‘Di kami matutumba

CDTTE COL Joan Marie Logrono Bn Cmdr
CDTTE LTC Mary Grace Lumba Ex-o/ Adjutant
CDTTE MAJ Lara Nina MAgallano S-1/ S-2
CDT MAJ Sanny Boy Suico Company Cmdr A “Coy”
CDT CAPT Marjun Buaya Company Cmdr B “Coy”
CDT CAPT Deniel Galban 1st Pltn. Ldr. A “Coy”
CDT 1LT Ivan Pacaldo 2nd Pltn. Ldr A “Coy”
CDT 1LT Christopher Rey Tindoy 1st pltn Ldr. B “Coy”
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Roa, Escobedo to lead SSG next academic year By: Abigail Villahermosa

           Justin Paul Roa and Juvy Ann Escobedo, both incoming seniors will lead the Day High School Supreme Student Government next School Year, 2010-2011.
They won the recently concluded national elections held last February 26.
They are set to take oath early June this coming academic year to fully function as both governor and vice-governor of the department.
Completing the set of elected officials are:

                                                        Secretary: Abigail Villahermosa
                                                        Treasurer: Gracy May Wong
                                                        Auditor: Carl Angelo Flores
                                                        Board Members:
                                                                               Michael Jay Tan
                                                                               Jessa Polo
                                                                                Faith Jaimie TAbel
                                                                                Lowie Jake Aguaviva

Congrats leaders! SERVICE is the name of the game!
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JS Prom unveiled By: Charm Garsuta

Elegant ladies and stunning gentlemen on their bib and tucker lined up at the Metro Centre Hotel last February 18, this year for the annual conduct of the Day High School Junior –Senior Promenade.
This notable social gathering is a significant affair where seniors hand over their legacies and responsibilities to the juniors.
The said activity was made even more colorful as it revolved around a modern concept, turning that event as one grand night for both seniors and juniors to carry in their hearts.

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FPGTCA prexy, OFW awardee By: Lucille Torculas

Federated Parents Teachers Guardians Community Teachers Association (FPGTCA) president, Mr. Dioscoro “Jun” Ayag receives the Regional 2009 Most Outstanding OFW-Model Award, Family Category.

As noted, he is also to receive the same award at a national level sometime this month.

A salute to the FPGTCA prexy!
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DHS earth care initiative, a national contender

The Day High School Mangrove Management Initiatives was declared champion during the regional competition sponsored by the Department of Education in cooperation with the Charter on Human Responsibilities, held on December 11, 2009 at the Dr. Cecilio Putong National High School.
The said regional contest led the department to vie for a national slot all onward to an international conference of children and youth which will be held in Brasilia, Brazil in June.
Joesil Dianne Sempron, DHS freshman was the department’s representative who brought the said program known all over the country during the national tilt, held last February 4-5 in Manila.

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