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CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
CATHOLIC EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF THE PHILIPPINES
REGION I
REGIONAL REPORT for the period of OCTOBER 2009 to JULY 2010
I.
ORGANIZATIONAL STRENGTHENING
CEAP REGION 1 HOLDS MANAGEMENT COURSE for SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS IN SLC
In response to the clamor among religious school administrators for training on matters concerning
school administration and management, the Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines Region 1
Board thru Saint Louis College, conducted a Management Course for School Administrators (MCSA) from
April 12 to May 14, 2010. The MCSA was conceived primarily to provide an intensive training program
on the administration and management of basic education schools. This program was co-sponsored by
Fund Assistance for Private Education (FAPE), Diwa Learning Systems and Vibal Publishing.
In many ways, the MCSA was a revival of the
Summer Institute Program conducted by Rev. Fr.
Roger Tjolle, CICM, during the last quarter of the
previous century and who had left a legacy of
effective and efficient school administration and
supervision among many school officials of CICM
institutions and other Catholic schools. As a CICM
school, SLC, imbued with a deep concern for the
furtherance and promotion of the highest
standards of academic excellence and professional
leadership, organized on behalf of CEAP Region,
the MCSA through the College of Arts and
Sciences-Education, in order to provide and share
its training program on school management.
The MCSA aimed to enable the participant to examine and rethink their most basic assumptions about
school management and leadership and to provide them the opportunity for self-reflection and personal
discovery in order to help them as ascending educational leaders to refine their judgment, enhance their
managerial skills and increase their confidence.
The MCSA provided intensive sessions on thee (3) course which the participants enrolled simultaneously
and subsequently completed satisfactorily. These earned them the equivalent of three (3) units each or
a total of nine (9) units in the Master of Arts major in Educational Administration program. The courses
were as follows: Educ 254P (Educational Administration and Supervision cum Practicum; Educ 250P
(Legal Bases of Education); and Educ 322 (Human Resource Management). The courses were
competently facilitated by members of SLC Management Staff, who have been trained by Fr. Tjolle,
CICM, renowned guru of educational administration and supervision.
The following experts in the field of school leadership
and educational management served as facilitators in
the three (3) courses, namely, Educ 254P: Fr. Gilbert B.
Sales, CICM, MAEM, SLC President; Lea L. de Guzman,
EdD, VP – Academics; Maria Lourdes R. Almojuela, EdD,
Program Head for Graduate Studies; and Danilo D.
Romero, ME Gen Sci, Principal – BedS; Educ 250P:
Antonia N. Dag-o, EdD, VP-Administration and Atty.
Edwin C. Siapco, Dean of the College of Law; and Educ
322: Aurora R. Carbonell, EdD, Dena of Arts and
Sciences-Education; Rosario C. Garcia,DBA, Dean of
Commerce, Secretarial and Accountancy; and Nella
Brenda P. Espinueva, MA Psych, Human Resources
Officer.
Leading the Force. Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM,
MAEM led the rooster of competent facilitators.
The MCSA 2010 was also highlighted by SeminarWorkshop on “Superior Learning for School Leaders”
sponsored by Diwa Learning Systems, Inc. and held
May 12-14 at the Lima Park Hotel;, Batangas City. It
featured the following invaluable inputs from equally
competent and topnotch speakers and resources
persons.
Dr. Milagros C. Ibe, discussed “A Closer Look at
Understanding by Design (UbD),” a curriculum
innovation to be implemented in secondary schools by
SY 2010-2011. Ms. Rosario Cesario talked on “Leaders
Learning from Leaders” as an interactive modality of
enhancing one’s leadership skills. Mr. Jose Ma. T.
Policarpio’s talk on “Emerging Trends and
Technologies in Education” focused on the school
manager’s gaining the necessary skills and
competencies in the selection and utilization of various
teaching strategies using different technologies to
enhance effective learning.
Mr. Chinkee Tan’s discussion of “Managing Change”
provided the participants meaningful insights and
clearer understanding of the dynamics of change
particularly in the educational milieu.
Dr. Saturnino G. Belen, Jr.’s presentation on the topic
“Leaders’ Summit” enabled the participants to become
appreciative of the challenging tasks of leadership,
particularly in Catholic schools, as evangelizers and as
stewards of God’s creation towards building God’s
kingdom.
The high point of the program was the awarding of certificates of completion to all the 29 participants
who comprised MCSA Batch 2010 namely, Fr. Alvin B. Aberon (School Director, St. Paul High School,
Abra); Regina L. Alicna (OIC-Principal, Pugo Catholic School, La Union); Fr. Marmolyn C. Anagaran
(Prefect of Discipline, St. Joseph Seminary, Abra); Fr. Roderick V. Ardaniel (Parish Priest, Diocese of
Bangued, Abra); Maria Teresa T. Bacor (Teacher, St. Joseph Seminary, Abra); Charles Paul C. Baquedqued (teacher, Saint Louis College, La Union); Fr. Samuel T. Baruela (Parish Priest, Diocese Bangued,
Abra); Fr. Renante B. Bose (Prefect of Discipline, St. Joseph Seminary, Abra); Edna R. Cabillo (Subject
Area Coordinator, Divine World College, Ilocos Norte); Rosario Claudia R. Corcuera (Department,
Chairperson, Divine World College, Ilocos Norte); Jay S. Devisfruto (Asst. to the Principal for Pupil Affairs,
Saint Louis College, La Union); Maria Thelma S. Dumagay (Teacher, Little Flower HS, Abra); Romeo O.
Dumaguin (Subject Area Coordinator, St. Mary’s Acadmey, La Union); Gemma O. Galvan (Academic
Coordinator, Sts. Peter and Paul, La Union); Maritess S. Morales (Teacher, Mapandan Catholic School,
Pangasinan); Digna Morion (Registrar, St. Mary’s Academy, La Union); Odette F. Pacursa (Teacher,
Narvacan Catholic School, Ilocos Sur); Jill D. Padilla (Liturgical Coordinator, Saint Louis College, La Union);
Rose Ann I. Quinto (Teacher, Narvacan Catholic School, Ilocos Sur); Rodulfo I. Ramirez (School
Administrator, Urbiztondo Catholic School, Pangasinan); Fr. Drexel B. Ramos (School Director, Catholic
High School of Pilar, Abra); Edgardo B. Salinas (Academic Coordinator, Saint Vincent Catholic School,
Pangasinan); Elenita A. Segui (Counselor, San Jose High School, Ilocos Sur); Edwin B. Sevilla (Prefect of
Discipline, St. Mary of the Sea Academy, La Union); Aileen H. Subang (Academic Coordinator, Saint Louis
College); Rodelyn T. Tejero (school Cashier, Heart of Mary High School, Abra); Fr. Leonardo A. Tubaña
(Parish Priest, Diocese of Bangued, Abra); Joyce N. Valdez (Subject Area Coordinator, Divine Word
College, Ilocos Norte); and Lorna D. Ventura (Academic Coordinator, Saint Louis College, La Union).
II. RESOURCE MOBILIZATION FOR TYPHOONS ONDOY AND PEPING VICTIMS
Typhoons Ondoy and Peping hit hard Region I and has left devastation in most of our CEAP Schools.
Despite the challenges wrought by these two typhoons, our CEAP Schools responded immediately to
help our people in relief and rehabilitation efforts in their respective provinces.
Divine Word Urdaneta, St. Louis College of La Union, St. Paul College of Vigan and Divine Word College
of Laoag were used as evacuation centers and drop-off points for relief goods, which were eventually
distributed by the school staff to various areas hit hard by the typhoon. Monetary contributions were
solicited in our CEAP schools and passed to NASSA Provincial Chapters for distribution. We would like to
commend our Provincial CEAP Coordinators for their efforts in helping our people during the typhoons.
III.
NETWORKING AND LINKAGING
Strengthening CEAP Regional Cooperation. Through the various programs planned for the year
2010, CEAP Region 1 pursued to strengthen regional CEAP cooperation, especially in the areas
of faculty development, Catholic Educators Day, scholarships, and training of school directors.
CEAP Scholarship. The region continued to strengthen CEAP scholarship for poor but deserving
students, by various fundraising efforts.
Observance of Catholic School Week. The region has slated a day of activities to simultaneously
observe Catholic School Week. The planned activities (Holy Eucharist, parade and programs) will
nurture the importance of Catholic Education among our students, teachers and staff, as well as
the communities where our CEAP schools operate.
IV. YOUTH EMPOWERMENT: BIDAHAN 2009
Student leaders from Catholic higher educational institutions attended the BIDAHAN leadership
camp in Antipolo, Rizal. 15 Representatives from the college level were very happy with the
outcome of BIDHAN and are hoping to organize a similar activity in Region I. The same student
leaders are invited to the Regional Assembly scheduled in the month of February 2010, to plan
for the regional gathering of students leaders.
V. CHRISTMAS PARTY AND TRIBUTE TO FR. AMBROSE PONCE,SVD
After the regular meeting of the regional board on December 14, 2009 a Christmas Party and a
tribute to Fr. Ambrose Ponce, SVD was held at the CICM residence in San Fernando City, La Union.
The highlight of the Christmas party was the exchange of gifts and hearty lunch shared by the
regional board members. On the same occasion, a plaque of appreciation and a cash gift was
awarded to Fr. Ambrose Ponce, SVD who served faithfully for 20 years as Regional Director of CEAP.
Fr. Gilbert Sales, present regional director expressed his deepest gratitude, in behalf of CEAP Region
1 for the dedicated service of Fr. Ponce to CEAP.
CEAP REGION 1 REGIONAL ASSEMBLY
June 19, 2010
Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary, Baguio City
“A Heart for Eden, A Hand for Ecology”
The Catholic Educational Association of the Philippines Region 1 conducted the 2010 Regional Assembly
last June 19, 2010 at the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary, Baguio City anchored on the theme A Heart for
Eden, A Hand for Ecology. The regional assembly was spearheaded by the CEAP Region Board chaired by
the Regional Director Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM and was participated in by two hundred fifty (250) school
heads, faculty and staff from the different catholic schools and higher educational institutions in the
region.
Registration of attendees started at 7:30 in the morning. A Eucharistic Celebration presided by Most
Rev. Artemio Rillera, SVD, DD, bishop of Diocese of San Fernando, La Union opened the regional
assembly.
Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM, Regional Director of CEAP Region 1 Board and
the President of Saint Louis College, warmly welcomed the attendees in
this year’s regional assembly. Fr. Sales also presented the rationale of the
gathering which was the followed by the introduction of the CEAP 1
Board Officers and Members and Participants by Fr. Dominador Ramos,
SVD, Vice President of CEAP Region 1 Board and President of Divine
Word College of Urdaneta.
Bulk of the assembly was on the Earth Education conducted by the Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary Team
headed by Ms. Mary Ann. The said Earth Education included the following: (a) cosmic Journey, (b)
reclaiming indigenous wisdom as a guide to the future, (c) planting of trees as a glimpse to vermiculture
and (d) art as meditation and pottery painting.
Later in the afternoon’s session, Fr. Gregg L. Banaga, Jr., CM, the Vice President of the CEAP National
Board, shared updates and present goals and thrusts of the CEAP and preparations for the upcoming
CEAP National Assembly to the members of the assembly. Together with him was Mr. Niko Mercader of
the Advocacy and Communications Unit of CEAP National.
Likewise, Committees on Religious, Basic and Tertiary Education and Advocacy were also created in the
said venue which are as follows:
Religious Education Committee
Basic Education Committee
Tertiary Education Committee
Advocacy Committee
Fr. Dominador Ramos (Chairman)
Fr. Ferdinand Ragaza
(Vice-Chairman)
Mrs. Lourdes Estonactoc (Chairman)
Fr.Efren Ambre (Vice-Chairman)
Fr. Reynaldo Jimenez, SVD
Sr. Celine Santos, SPC (Chairman)
Fr. Gilbert Sales, CICM
(Vice-Chairman)
Awarding of the regional winner for poster-making contest by Fr. Sales and Fr. Jimenez followed
whereby the Diocese of Lingayen-Dagupan bagged the top prize. Distribution of Certificate of
Attendance to the attendees served as the closing activity of the regional assembly. Prof. Romana L.
Bitancor served as the Emcee.
CEAP REGION 1 DIOCESES POSTER-MAKING CONTEST
Lingayen-Dagupan Paints the Best Poster
“A Heart for Eden, A Hand for Ecology”
The six dioceses in the region conducted a simultaneous poster-making contest last June 16, 2010
whereby duly representatives from the different secondary catholic schools transformed the theme “A
Heart for Eden, A Hand for Ecology” into posters. Top three best posters were chosen in each diocese
and were awarded with cash prizes. The Top Best Poster in each diocese qualified in the regional round
in time for the CEAP Region 1 Regional Assembly last June 19, 2010 at Maryknoll Ecological Sanctuary,
Campo Sioco, Baguio City.
In the Diocese of Nueva Segovia, the posters of Maegan Garcia of Benito
Soliven Academy and Elvie Callejo of Narvacan Catholic School were
adjudged second and third placers respectively. The Best Poster from the
diocese was bagged by Marianne Q. Rabang of St. Paul College of Ilocos
Sur. The poster-making contest was conducted at the AULA Pastoral
Center, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur.
Meanwhile, there were fifteen (15) high school students
representing their respective schools who competed in the
Diocese of San Fernando, La Union. The venue was at the
Social Center of Saint Louis College, City of San Fernando, La
Union. Lucille Estacio of St Mary’s Academy of Rosario bagged
Third Place while Vanessa Yvonne Gurtiza of Saint Louis
College garnered Second Place. The Best Poster Award was
garnered by Gary Agcaoili of Sacred Heart School.
Region 1’s Best. The winning poster
from the Diocese of LingayenDagupan, besting other posters from
the region.
Marianne Rabang and Gary
Acaoili competed with the
other three representatives
from the Dioceses of
Lingayen-Dagupan,
Laoag
and Bangued during the
CEAP Regional Assembly. The
chosen Best Poster in the
region was the poster
representing the Diocese of Region 1’s Competing Posters –
Lingayen-Dagupan.
painting the theme A Heart for
Eden, A Hand at Ecolgy.
Report prepared by:
Fr. Gilbert B. Sales, CICM
Regional Director, CEAP Region 1
CEAP REGION 1 MEMBER-SCHOOLS
NAME of SCHOOL
COMPLETE
ADDRESS
(post mail)
BASIC
TERTIARY
Divine Word College
of Laoag
Brgy. 13, Gen.
Segundo Ave. Laoag
City
#1-s Valdez, Batac,
Ilocos Norte
Fr. Reynaldo B.
Jimenez, SVD
618
2121
Sis. Frances Grace
Solis, S.Sp.S.
850
Brgy. 23, San
Matias, Laoag City
Bantay, Ilocos Sur
Sr. Dolores Acluba,
FDZ
Sr. Marie Celine
Santos, SPC
215
St. William’s
Institute
St. Joseph
Institute
Divine Word
College of Vigan
Magsingal, Ilocos
Sur
Candon City, Ilocos
Sur
Vigan City, Ilocos
Sur
Sr. Teresita Punay,
SPC
Sr. Nena Isidro, SPC
Benito Soliven
Academy
Immaculate
Conception Minor
Seminary
Narvacan
Catholic School
Sto. Domingo, Ilocos
Sur
Ayusan Sur, Vigan
City, Ilocos Sur
Mrs. Marivic Realin
GS 1,221
HS - 750
GS – 203
HS - 551
GS – 899
HS - 776
GS – 846
HS –
1,140
HS – 619
Fr. Felix Costales
HS – 79
Narvacan, Ilocos Sur
Sr. Cecilia Achas,
RSC
Our Lady of
Guadalupe
Academy
San Jose High
School
Santiago
Catholic School
Sta. Cruz
Institute
Sevilla,
Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur
Mrs. Paulita
Almazan
GS –
460
HS –
253
HS - 231
San Jose,
Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur
Santiago, Ilocos Sur
Mrs. Flaviana
Rabanal
Mrs. Maria Gagto
Sta. Cruz, Ilocos Sur
Sr. Eufrocina Santos
Sta. Lucia
Catholic School
Sta. Lucia, Ilocos Sur
Sr. Lilibeth
Cimafranca, OSS
Immaculate
Conception
Academy
Padre Annibale
School
St. Paul College
of Ilocos Sur
NAME of
SCHOOL HEAD
(current)
Fr. Gil Manalo, SVD
TOTAL NO. of
ENROLLMENT
PER EDUCATION
LEVEL
HS - 363
HS – 147
GS –
382
HS –
568
GS – 98
HS –
282
413
1,027
St. Augustine’s
School
Tagudin, Ilocos Sur
Sr. Consuelo
Gacutan, ICM
St. Agnes
School
Cervantes, Ilocos
Sur
Sr. Balbina sison,
SIHM
St. Benedict
Institute
Pantay Fatima,
Vigan City, Ilocos
Sur
Carlatan, City of San
Fernando, La Union
Sr. Augustine
Cuenco, OSB
ES: P. Gomez St.,
City of San
Fernando, La Union
HS: Sevilla, City of
San Fernando, La
Union
Agoo, La Union
Sr. Teresita A. Lara,
ICM
Saint Louis College
Christ the King
College
St. Mary’s Academy
Notre Dame
Institute
St. Christopher
Academy
Sacred Heart School
Sta. Catalina
Academy
Pugo Catholic
School
Stella Maris
Academy
St. Mary’s Academy
Diocesan Seminary
of the Heart of Jesus
St. Mary of the Sea
Academy
San Nicolas
Academy
St. John de Baptist
Learning Center
Sts. Peter and Paul
Aringay, La Union
Cental East No.,
Bangar, La Union
Central East,
Bauang, La Union
Luna, La Union
Tavora East, Pugo,
La Union
Quirino, Bacnotan,
La Union
Rosario, La Union
San Vicente, City of
San Fernando, La
Union
Poblacion, Sto.
Tomas, La Union
Balaoan, La Union
Caba, La Union
Central East,
Fr. Gilbert B. Sales,
CICM, MAEM
Sr. Ma. Julieta
Relativo, TDM
Mrs. Agnes C.
Pimentel
Mrs. Caridad Q.
Ramil
Mrs. Marlene D.
Bac-ingan
Mrs. Elizabeth C.
Otero
Mrs. Regina L.
Alicna
Mrs. Elnora G.
Bucasas
Mrs. Nida B.
Martinez
Rev. Fr. Leo Nedic
Mrs. Lourdes B.
Estonactoc
Sr. Ma. Juliet C.
Mallari, SMdC
Mrs. Mary B.
Sabado
Sr. Lani Dangaran,
GS – 663
HS – 618
GS –
108
HS –
386
70
GS=627
HS=1,42
2
Total=2,
049
GS=
1,410
HS=
1,092
Total=
2,502
742
445
677
1,146
238
472
222
443
29
271
652
241
735
4,078
Learning Center
St. Jude Montessori
Educational Center
St. Augustine School
Bauang, La Union
Catbangen, San
Fernando La Union
Naguilian, La Union
San Nicolas
Academy
kindergarten
St. William Parish
nurserykindergarten
Escuela de San Juan
Bautista
Divine Word College
of Urdaneta
Balaoan, LA Union
St. Vincent Catholic
School (Bayambang)
fma
Mrs. Marlene D.
Bac-ingan
Mrs. Terisita A.
Paquingan
Sr. Crisanta Plaza,
DML
310
321
95
San Fernando, La
Union
Sr. Amabile Alava,
DML
112
San Juan, La Union
Sr. Amabile Alava,
DML
Fr. Dominador O.
Ramos, SVD
30
J.P. Rizal Street,
Bayaoas, 2428
Urdaneta City
Pangasinan
Quezon Blvd.,
Bayambang,
Pangasinan, 2423
Rev. Fr. Manuel S.
Bravo, Jr.
Sto. Tomas Catholic
School (Mangaldan)
Poblacion,
Mangaldan,
Pangasinan
Rev. Fr. Henero
Heramia
Binmaley Catholic
School
Inc.(Binmaley)
Poblacion,
Binmaley,
Pang.,2417
Rev. Fr. Leo R.
Macaraeg
San Jacinto
Academy (San
Jacinto)
Pob., Capaoay, San
Jacinto, Pang.
Rev. Fr. Jose F.
Laforteza, Jr.
St. Columban”s
Pob., Lingayen,
Rev. Fr. Nicasio A.
823
109
ECE =
103
ELEM =
395
H.S. =
424
Total =
922
ECE = 65
ELEM =
356
H.S. =
644
Total =
1,065
ECE = 67
ELEM =
453
H.S. =
1,264
Total =
1,784
ECE = 46
ELEM =
180
H.S. =
247
Total =
473
ECE = 37
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
191
Academy (Lingayen)
Pang.
Villamil
St. John’s Cathedral
School (Dagupan
City)
Zamora St., Dagpan
City
Rev. Fr. Juan Joel F.
Ynzon
Urbiztondo Catholic
School (Urbiztondo)
Pob., Urbiztondo,
Pang.
Rev. Fr. Manuel S.
Bravo, Jr.
St. Columban’s
Institute
(Domalandan, Ling.)
Domalandan Center, Rev. Fr. Romwel O.
Lingayen, Pang.
Fabrigas
Malasiqui Catholic
School (Malasiqui)
Bonifacio St.,
Malasiqui,
Pang.2421
Rev. Fr. Manuel S.
Bravo, Jr.
St. Charles
Academy(San Carlos
City)
Malong St., San
Carlos City, Pang.)
Rev. Fr. Jaime F.
Quinto, Jr.
Archdiocesan School
of San Fabian (San
Fabian)
National Road Pob.,
San Fabian, Pang.
Rev. Fr. Oliver
Mendoza
ELEM =
282
H.S. =
607
Total =
926
ECE = 76
ELEM =
940
H.S. =
1,212
Total =
2228
ECE = 36
ELEM =
48
H.S. =
469
Total =
553
ECE = 19
ELEM =
118
H.S. =
319
Total =
456
ECE =
171
ELEM =
671
H.S. =
1,242
Total =
2,084
ECE =
126
ELEM =
462
H.S. =
1,212
Total =
1, 800
ECE = 41
ELEM =
199
H.S. =
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
Mapandan Catholic
School (Mapandan)
Mapandan,
Pangasinan
Rev. Fr. Manuel L.
Sayson
Holy Cross Academy
(Laoac)
Pob, Laoac,
Pangasinan
Rev. Fr. Alvin Gerald
Platoon
Mary Help of
Christians Catholic
School (Basista)
Basista, Pangasinan
Rev. Fr. Jaime F.
Quinto, Jr.
Jesus the Nazarene
Academy of
(Binmaley)
Dulag, Binmaley,
Pang.
Rev. Fr. Rojohn B.
Ramirez
Binmaley High
School Seminary
Virgen Milagrosa
University
Foundation
Binmaley,
Pangasinan
San Carlos City,
Pangasinan
Rev. Fr. Jeremias
Cera
Dr. Ma. Lilia P. Juan,
MD
526
Total =
766
ECE = 80
ELEM =
310
H.S. =
216
Total =
606
ECE = 21
ELEM =
80
H.S. = 7
Total =
108
ECE = 42
ELEM =
162
H.S. =
128
Total =
372
ECE = 5
ELEM =
51
H.S. =
68
Total =
124
99
ELEM =
235
HS =
1131
NONE
NONE
NONE
NONE
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