Senior High Opens SY 2019 - 2020 with Students and Parents
(Dated Posted: 07/06/2019)
June 13, 2019. The Senior High School Department of LCC Silvercrest officially started its SY 2019 " 2020 through an Orientation and Recognition Program held at the Carlos R. Mojares Gymnasium.
With the theme "Start the Year Right, Achieve Greater Heights," the program consisted of two sessions " the first was held from 8am " 12nn for the Grade 11 students while the second one occurred from 1pm to 5pm for the Grade 12 students. For both sessions, students were joined by their parents.
The AM session consisted of the presentation and introduction of the members of the LCC administration and the faculty and staff of the Senior High School Department and was highlighted by the presentation and discussion of the School Policies as reflected in the Student Manual.
The PM Session was divided into two parts - the first part consisted of the reiteration of the School Policies and presentation of the guidelines and requirements for the Immersion Program to be conducted at the school's industry partners " Creotec Philippines, Inc., Lima Hotel Restaurant, and Pizza Hut as well as for the taking of National Certification Exams for students from the ABM, HE, and ICT strands to be administered by the Technological and Educational Skills Development Authority (TESDA). The second part, on the other hand, served as Recognition Program wherein the Grade 11 students of SY 2018 " 2019 who excelled academically were bestowed medals namely With Honors, With High Honors, and With Highest Honors, respectively.
Both sessions were facilitated by the Senior High School Faculty and Staff headed by its Principal Eric S. Masupil, Assistant Principal Lino Balantac, and Strand Coordinators Kriselyn Acosta (Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS), Joan Natividad (Accountancy, Business, and Management (ABM) and General Academic Strand (GAS)), Kysia Perono (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)), and Froilan Salonga (Home Economics (HE) and Information and Communications Technology(ICT)).
Student representatives from each of the strands, Young Peer Circle members, and the Supreme Student Government Officers also took part by rendering intermission numbers and marshalling the program. The Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dr. Dina Catalina Dayon, as well as the other members of the Management Committee likewise graced the occasion.