Lasallian Core Value: SERVICE

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Lasallian Core Value: SERVICE
LA SALLE GREEN HILLS - HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT - MANDALUYONG CITY
Daily Bulletin
Theme:
No. 37
“LIVE THE ANIMO THROUGH FAITH, SERVICE AND COMMUNION”
TUESDAY - AUGUST 4, 2015
Lasallian Core Value: SERVICE
Graduate Attribute: Concerned for the Marginalized
The centrality of the commitment to the poor began with De La Salle and the first schools. He was convinced
that the poor were the ones who needed schools the most and that those who themselves practiced a kind of
Gospel poverty would run the most effective schools for the poor. It was thus, that De La Salle decided not only
to teach the poor, but he himself became poor, sharing in their insecurity and dependence on God.
The schools De La Salle established were not exclusive for the poor. For in fact, those who were well-off were also welcome. The poor
and rich were together, seated in the same classroom. Schools were tuition-free not only because the Gospel itself was free, but also
because everyone thus became equally poor and equally rich. De La Salle refused to discriminate against students because of their
socio-economic background. Of primary worth was each student of predominant value was an education without borders.
Partiality was shown however. Those with less attractive qualities, with the least talents were especially supported and encouraged.
This preference for marginalized and those with little opportunities for human and social advancement is necessary if the benefits of
Christian education, if God’s saving love for all is to be made a reality.
The Lasallian is called upon to be concerned for the marginalized not in the sense of condescending charity. He is called upon to dwell
in the world of the poor and to allow that world to define his choices and actions. He must allow the poor to teach him what constitutes
true happiness and real wealth. Thus, Lasallian education must equip youth with the knowledge and skill needed for the work towards a
more just and equitable society.
Reading:
Matthew 14:23-31
When evening came, he was there alone, but the boat by this time was many furlongs distant from the land,
beaten by the waves; for the wind was against them. And in the fourth watch of the night he came to them,
walking on the sea. But when the disciples saw him walking on the sea, they were terrified, saying, "It is a
ghost!" And they cried out for fear. But immediately he spoke to them, saying, "Take heart, it is I; have no
fear." And Peter answered him, "Lord, if it is you, bid me come to you on the water." He said, "Come." So Peter
got out of the boat and walked on the water and came to Jesus; but when he saw the wind, he was afraid, and
beginning to sink he cried out, "Lord, save me." Jesus immediately reached out his hand and caught him,
saying to him, "O man of little faith, why did you doubt?" And when they got into the boat, the wind ceased.
Reflection:
The Lord keeps watch over us at all times, and especially in our moments of temptation and difficulty. Jesus
assures us that we have no need of fear if we trust in Him and in his great love for us. When calamities
or trials threaten to overwhelm you, how do you respond? Do you rely on the Lord for his strength and help?
Prayer:
"Lord Jesus, as we prepare for the quarterly exams, help me to trust you always and to never doubt your
presence and your power to help me. In my moments of doubt and weakness, may I cling to you as Peter did.
Strengthen my faith that I may walk straight in the path you set before me, neither veering to the left nor to
the right"
This Week
CONSULTATION PERIOD
WEDNESDAY, 2:40 - 3:40 p.m.
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Today’s Schedule
*Katribu Lasallian Offering
*Coverage CLAYGO Campaign during Recess
and Lunch
August 13 (Thursday)
Social Science
Recess
English
7:50 – 8:50 a.m.
8:50 – 9:30 a.m.
9:30 – 10:30 a.m.
August 14 (Friday)
Christian Living
Recess
Science
7:50 – 8:50 a.m.
8:50 – 9:30 a.m.
9:30 - 10:30 a.m.
ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK
August 5, Wednesday
*Consultation Period (2:40 - 3:40 p.m.)
*HSPC PAASCU Meeting
*Coverage CLAYGO Campaign during Recess
and Lunch
August 6, Thursday
*Arnis Club Lasallian Offering
*Coverage CLAYGO Campaign during Recess
and Lunch
August 7, Friday
*Lasallian Gentleman Corps (LSGC) Lasallian
Offering
*Lasallian Earth Day
*Department Meeting (2:40 - 3:40 p.m.)
*Coverage CLAYGO Campaign during Recess
and Lunch
From the Principal
COMMENDATION to . . .
Mr. Alan Masecampo (Right Eight - Security),
Angelo Miguel Tagle (HS 4G) & Raphael Angelo Santos (HS 4I), Jesn V. Park (Grade 7B) and Mr. Hughes
Lobaton (Right Eight - Security) for their honesty in
returning the P.E. Uniform of Bernard Lim of HS 3F,
the Apple Ipad of Julian Barnachea of Grade 9A, the
red & silver duffle bag of James Raphael R. Sese of
Grade 8I, and Dark blue Jacket of Justin Reyes
of Grade 10A, respectively.
FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL
SOCIAL ACTION COORDINATOR
Thank you to the following student and teachervolunteers who joined the TULONG ARAL SA KAPATID
with our partners from Barangay West Crame last
August 1.
Leo Sumulong
Angelo Hernandez
Juan Raphael Cruz
Miguel Mulingbayan
Michael de Castro
John Luke Del Rosario
Vince Grajo
Jon Borbon
Jose Ignacio Javier Zagala
Ritch Jeremiah Traballo
Benito Male VII
Raphael de Guzman
Jeremy Civil
Austin Jimenea
Austin Padlan
Grade 8G
Grade 8G
Grade 8G
Grade 9C
Grade 9C
Grade 9F
Grade 10B
Grade 10E
Grade 10E
Grade 10H
HS 3J
HS 4A
HS 4A
HS 4D
HS 4E
Mr. Gil Geeran A. Bangeles (Math)
Mr. John Paul D.A. Alvarez (Math)
Mrs. Hazel G. Magsalin
(Science)
Our next TASK activity will be August 22 with our ALS
partners. Everyone is invited to be part of this
endeavor. Students who wish to volunteer on the
said date may get a copy of the circular at the
Lasallian Mission Office (LMO) starting August 5
(Wednesday).
Let us all be agents of positive change in our society by
sharing our talents to our TASK partners.
Live Jesus in our hearts, forever.
We need more Lasallians like you!!!
FROM THE REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
RE: FIRST QUARTER EXAM SCHEDULE
August 12 (Wednesday)
Filipino
Recess
7:50 – 8:50 a.m.
8:50 – 9:30 a.m.
TO: Grade 8 and HS 4 Teachers
Please be informed that the following students were
officially withdrawn from the list effective July 31, 2015:
1. Cortezano, Jose Warren Jr. S. - Grade 8D
2. Pimentel, Mikhael Joshua P. - HS 4J
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SIMPLE lang
ang Buhay
”Living the Animo through Faith, Service
and Communion”
Feast Day of the Patron Brother of
Class 7 F
Brother Felipe Jose
(Pedro Alvarez Perez)
August 7-8
Born in Carmena (province of Toledo, Spain). He was a
student of the Brothers at the Sacred Heart Professional
School in Madrid when he decided to join them in March
of 1927. He was the youngest of the four brothers martyred
in Consuegra (province of Toledo, Spain). He was just 22.
Feast Day of the Patron Brother of
Class 9 F
Brother Lorenzo Gabriel
(Jose Figuera Rey)
August 9
When the Brothers from Condal had to disperse on
account of the religious persecution he succeeded in
reaching his grandmother’s house. There he lived an
exemplary life, working in the orchard and praying. In the
early morning of August 9, the militia arrived at the house
to conduct a search. They looked for Brother Lorenzo.
They asked him what he was doing there and he responded
that he was a teacher who was preparing for exams and he
was spending a few days with his grandmother. A group
searched his room and in a suitcase they found a picture of
him dressed in the habit. – “So, you have lied to us! You
say that you are a teacher but really you are a monk” they
said. “I did not lie. I am a teacher and also a religious of
the Brothers of the Christian Schools” he responded. They
took him away, telling his grandmother that since he had
lied they were going to scare him a little. He did not return. His records indicate that he was shot on August 9,
1936.
Math Bits
A man desired to get into his
work building; however he
had forgotten his code. Fortunately,
he did recollect five pieces of
information:
- Sum of 5th number and 3rd
number is 14.
- Difference of 4th and 2nd
number is 1.
- The 1st number is one less
than twice the 2nd number.
- The 2nd number and the 3rd
number equals 10.
- The sum of all digits is 30.
Crack the Code
Know the answer?
Write it on ¼ sheet of
paper with your complete name and grade &
section. Drop boxes are
located at GS and HS
LRCs every Monday.
Crack the code?
Answer to previous Math Bits:
“8 ways” - No winner.
This is your chance to win Quiz
incentives, Gift Certificates and
many more!
From the Math Honors Society
FROM THE INSTITUTIONAL COMMUNICATION
and ADVANCEMENT OFFICE (ICAO)
LSGH HISTORY TRIVIA
The first ever La Salle Green Hills Juniors Prom was held
on February 18, 1967 at the Sulo Restaurant in the Makati
Commercial Center.
The first LSGH Junior-Senior Prom was held the following
year in February at the Plaza Restaurant, Makati
Commercial Center.
We enjoin everyone to use their lsgh.edu.ph
email accounts as a regular habit.
“Domine Opus Tuum”
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THE EIP DIG
Coping With a Learning
Disability
FOUND
As of July 31, 2015
-From CENTRO-EIP
Although a diagnosis of a learning
disability can feel upsetting, it's actually
the first step in resolving the condition.
Once a person's particular problem has
pinpointed, he or she can then follow strategies or
take medicines to help cope with the disability. And
taking steps to manage the disability can often help
restore a student's self-esteem and confidence.
Some students who have been diagnosed with a
learning disability work with a special teacher or tutor for
a few hours a week to learn certain study skills, notetaking strategies, or organizational techniques that can
help them compensate for their learning disability.
If you've been diagnosed with a learning disability, you
may need support just for the subjects that give you
the most trouble. Your school might have a special
classroom with a teacher who is trained to help students
overcome learning problems.
Some schools develop what is called an Individualized
Education Program (or IEP), which helps define a
person's learning strengths and weaknesses and make
a plan for the learning activities that will help the student
do his or her best in school. A student's IEP might
include sessions with a tutor or time in a specialized
classroom for a certain subject, or the use of special
equipment to help with learning, such as books on tape
or laptop computers for students who have dyslexia.
Medication is often prescribed to help students with
ADHD. Several medicines on the market today can help
improve a student's attention span and ability to focus
and help control impulses and other hyperactive
behavior.
There's no cure for a learning disability. And you don't
outgrow it. But it's never too late to get help. Most
people with these disabilities adapt to their learning
differences and find strategies that help them
accomplish their goals and dreams.
-to be continued
________
Learning Disabilities (n.d). In KidsHealth. Retrieved from
http://kidshealth.org/teen/diseases_conditions/learning/
learning_disabilities.html#
1. An amount of money by Mr. Cesar Jimenez, Robotics
technician.
2. An amount of money by Bryan Walter Z. Paraiso of
Grade 8F, Darren M. Concepcion of Grade 8G and
Joshua C. Balcueva of Grade 8F.
3. An amount of money by Jim Patrick Bacal of HS 4I at
the cafeteria.
4. An amount of money and towel by Mr. Ed De Vera,
Grades 8 & 9 Prefect of Discipline.
5. Black Nike bag by Mr. Pio Guong
6. Plastic Bag with white t-shirt and khaki pants
7. An amount of money by Francis Apolinar of HS 3D
8. Green water bottle
9. Red bag with lunch box
10. Eyeglass
11. Amount of money by Francisco Jacinto Dumpit of
Grade 9H and Jan Antoni Zapanta of Grade 9D
at the quadrangle during recess time
12. Marithe Francois Girbaud Wallet by Joaquin Mikaelo
Inigo Mazo of Grade 9F and Jacinto Enrique Nagano
of Grade 9I at the Gazebo
13. Amount of money by Vince Galleguez of Grade 9F
14. Wallet by Marraphael Teng of HS 4F at Gate 12.
15. SM Store bag with P.E. uniform by Mr. J. Echivarria,
Science Teacher, at the cafeteria
16. Gray Casio Scientific Calculator by Daniel Singson
of HS 4B at the Gazebo
17. Black Casio Watch by Jay Miguel Millonado, Grade
10I at the cafeteria last June 15
18. An amount of money by Mrs. Beth Jimenez, Lower
Years Asst. Principal, at the corridor and Noel Edrick
Landig, HS 3E.
19. Black Thermos and Green Lock & Lock Water Bottle
by Mr. RV Porta, Security Guard, at the Gazebo.
20. Black Adidas shoe bag by Mr. Marvin Quinto,
Buildings & Ground - Janitorial, at the Cafeteria.
21. Silver Thermos and Black Lunch Bag by Mr. RV Porta,
Security Guard, at the Cafeteria.
22. Sports Gallery Water Bottle by Ms. Thess Bongiad at
the Promenade
23. Black Thermos Case by Mr. RV Porta, Security Guard,
at the Gazebo.
24. White & Green Jacket (La Salle) by Mr. Wabbi Miguel
D. De Mesa, Grade 8F
25. An amount of money by Mr. Gil Bangeles, Math
Teacher, at the cafeteria.
NOTE:
Owners may claim them from the High
School Principal’s Office. All the unclaimed
money found will be deposited to LASAL
collection.
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LASALLIAN WORDHOARD
litigious - [li-TIJ-uhs] - adjective - inclined to
dispute or disagree; argumentative
“A lot of people appear litigious
because of being too opinionated.”
Litigious. (n.d.). Retrieved July 31, 2015,
from http://ictionary.reference.com/
browse/litigious?s=t
From the English Department
Kadluan ng Wika
Wastong Gamit ng May
Ginagamit ang may kung ito’y sinusundan ng
mga sumusunod na pananalita:
Pandiwa
May kumakatok sa labas.
Mula sa Kagawaran ng Filipino
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BUWAN NG WIKA, HINDI LINGGO NG WIKA!
Ang unang araw ng Agosto ang simula ng taunang pagdiriwang ng BUWAN
NG WIKA.
Ang pagpapahalaga at pagdiriwang noon sa wika ay isang linggo lamang na
tinatawag na LINGGO NG WIKA.
Ang selebrasyon ay batay sa Presidential Proclamation No. 186 noong
Setyembre 23, 1955 na nilagdaan ng Pangulong Ramon Magsaysay. Nagsisimula
ng Agosto 13 at natatapos ng ika-19 ng Agosto na kaarawan ng Pangulong
Manuel L. Quezon, ang kinikilalang Ama ng Wikang Pambansa. Ayon sa
Pangulong Magsaysay sa isang bahagi ng kanyang proklamasyon, ang tunay na
nalalabi sa atin ay ang magkaisa sa pagpapalaganap at pagpapayaman ng wika.
Kung gaano natin kailangan ang Ingles sa pakikipagtalastasan sa ibang bansa,
ibayo ang sariling wika upang tayong mga Pilipino ay ganap na magkaunawaan
at magkaisa tungo sa ikatatatag ng sarili at ikadadakila ng ating Inang Bayan.
Nang sumapit ang panahon ni Pangulong Fidel V. Ramos, tulak ng
pagkamakabayan at pagpapahalaga sa sariling wika, noong Hulyo 15, 1997,
nilagdaan niya ang Proclamation No 104 na nag-aatas na ang Agosto ay
BUWAN NG WIKA at NASYONALISMO. Ipinagpatuloy ni Pangulong
Joseph Estrada ang paggamit at pagpapalaganap ng wikang Filipino. Mula sa
kanyang panunumpa sa tungkulin at talumpati bilang Pangulo ng Pilipinas noong
Hunyo 30, 1998 sa makasaysayang simbahan ng Barasoain sa Malolos, Bulacan
hanggang sa pagtatalumpati sa iba’t ibang pagkakataon. Gayundin ang sumunod
sa kanyang si Pangulong Gloria Macapagal Arroyo at hanggang ngayon kay
Pangulong Benigno S. Aquino III, ay hindi nagkulang sa pagpapahalaga at
paggamit ng sariling wika. sa kanyang State-of-the-Nation Address (SONA).
Hanggang sa kasalukuyan anumang panahon sa loob ng buwan ng Agosto ang
selebrasyon ipinakikintal sa ating isipan na ang Agosto ay tatawaging BUWAN
NG WIKA at hindi LINGGO NG WIKA.
Ang wika ay kaluluwa ng bansa. Hindi lamang ito nagsisilbing medium o paraan
ng komunikasyon kundi tumatayo rin bilang pangunahing mekanismo na sa
pamamagitan nito, ang landas sa buhay ng mga mamamayan ng isang bansa ay
napananatili.
Sanggunian: kwf at online Balita (http://www.balita.net.ph)
ABSENTEES
AUGUST 3, 2015 – MONDAY
RD
GRADE 7
7B
GRADE 9
9G
3 YEAR
3H
BUTIONG, Juan Francisco P.
DE GUZMAN, Juan Enrique G.
NAVARRO, Ralph Roger B.
SOL CRUZ, Matte Leio- Aiven Anthony G
BUENDIA, David A.
BARLISAN, Miguel Karlo D.
DE LOS REYES, Jose Alejandro M.
7C
DE LOS REYES, Jaime Luis de vera
QUIMNO, Juan Diego Rafael S.
GAGAN, Denzell Macoy F.
TINIO, Rainier Elijah A.
7F
9H
REYES, Felix Marco III B.
9I
VILLAVIEJA, Joseph Ben E.
7H
STA. CRUZ, Jose Miguel U.
7J
BOYADJIAN, Romeo P.
DELA CRUZ, Vin Joel E.
GRADE 8
8C
DE QUIROS, Restituto III Y.
8E
KAHULUGAN, Josephus Laudemer C.
8J
GUIAO, Alfonso Zebedee N.
RAMIREZ DE ARELLANO, Jose Alvaro S
4B
HYUN, Gyu Whan
MORENO, Luis Gabriel M.
SINGSON, Jose Daniel M.
GRADE 10
10A
4C
OSILLA, Franz Ondré F.
4D
10B
BUSTAMANTE, Rodrick Gabriel M.
UMALI, Don Miguel Angelo R.
4E
10C
CAPISTRANO, Marco Luis R.
MIRANDA, Patrick M.
MONTILLA, Enrique Senen IV C.
TIRADOS, Jan Jayson S.D.
DE JOYA, Miguel Luis G.
10D
ESMANI, Jan Michael M.
10F
PEDROSA, Jesmar C.
10H
LIZARONDO, Andrei Gabriel C.
10I
MARCOS, Joshua Miguel S.A.
RD
GRADE 9
9A
3 YEAR
3B
9C
ARANGUREN, Marlo Antonio Gabriel E.
JAVIER, Jose Miguel P.
VILLENA, Daimler Sebastian G.
KIM, Wonbin V.
3C
ANICETE, Francesco Jose R.
9D
GABRIEL, Joshua Nataniel G.
BRAGANZA, Colin Albert B.
TOLENTINO, Miguel Antonio S.
3D
9E
3E
HYUN, Gyu Won
9F
CACO, Janssen Deinz Y.
MAZO, Joaquin Mikaelo Iñigo
MOYA, Savier Voltaire B.
9J
JUAN, Jash Emmanuel C.
7G
TH
4 YEAR
4A
SANTOS, Miguel C.
AGBANLOG, Lorenzo Jose Ma. Felipe S.
3G
BANAL, Isaiah B.
SANTOS, Steven Ayrton V.
BARCENAL, June Francis I.
4F
DAYRIT, Jose Julian IV T.
ROMERO, Lance Ezekiel M.
TENG, Marraphael R.
4H
CRUZ, Nathan Benjamin C.
4I
DELA VEGA, Charles Miguel L.
ROMANA, Jose Jerico I.
4J
LIZASO, Andrew Ervin G.
RIVERA, Carlos Rafael T.

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