DepEd Usec, Atty. Alberto T. Muyot: 1st Indorsement to DepEd Offices for MNHS DICP Availment
DepEd Undersecretary, Atty. Alberto T. Muyot issued First Indorsement dated October 24, 2012 to DepEd offices to help Mantalongon NHS-Dalaguete, Cebu in the processing of requirements for the school to avail the DepEd Internet Connectivity Program (DICP). The school applied SMART BRO last December, 2011 and enjoyed Internet connection with Php 48,000.00 per year for the contract of payment-subscription. It was in the period of January to September, 2012, the school had a problem about the SMART BRO billings. For that, Mr. George P. Lumayag, Mantalongon NHS-ICT Coordinator emailed Usec Atty. Muyot and other DepEd offices to help the school in the processing of DICP application last October 9, 2012.
In response to the school's DICP application, Usec. Muyot issued an indorsement that was referred to Director Rogelio Vicente Juan O. Morales, Director III, Technical Service of DepEd and copy furnished to Mr. Lumayag, ICT Coordinator.
On October 12, 2012, DepEd Cebu Province ICT Supervisor ma'am Elena Paras emailed Mr. Lumayag that MNHS is included in the Sub-Allotment Release Order (SARO) issued from the Central Office. The DepEd ICT supervisor told Mr. Lumayag that the school should have to download the DICP budget allocation for the payment of the telco. And then, the school's ICT coordinator informed the principal, Mr. Ramon M. Cortes about the DICP budget which is now downloadable.
MNHS is now a DICP recipient-school.
Passerelles Numeriques conducts Orientation at MNHS
By Hyiacinth Mary Ramos
Passerelles Numeriques (PN), a French non-profit organization conducted orientation to Mantalongon NHS graduating students last November 20, 2012 at 9:00 A.M. at the Main Campus.
PN vision: Passerelles numériques aspires to a world where the most underpriviledged can, thanks to their talents and through access to education and employment, access a better future.
PN mission: To enable the largest number of youths in a precarious situation access to training and skilled employment in Information Technology.
Objectives and our beneficiaries: “Our ambition is to help at least 90% of the students directly enrolled in our programs to find a qualified job and ultimately end the cycle of poverty for themselves as well as their families; All underpriviledged young adults capable to keep up with our programs are eligible. We make a special effort to include at least 50% of young women, and beyond priority is given to the poorest boys or girls. The ratio of girls is always limited to two third of each batch”.
Ms. Rosalyn Miñuza discussed the organization’s vision, mission and objectives to the graduating students of the school. She further informed students that she traveled all over Visayas to select another 90 future scholars of Passerelles Numeriques as expected on June 2013.
Here are PN requirements for application, namely: 1. Students who are below 20 years old in June, 2013; 2. He/she is a high school graduate or a future 2013 high school graduate; 3. He/she is interested in Information and Technology (IT) and computers; 4. He/she is underprivileged, that the family earns less than Php 7,000.00 per month.
PN personnel will conduct their exam on January 12, 2012 at 1 P.M. at the Mantalongon NHS, Main Campus, Mantalongon, Dalaguete, Cebu.
ACEDSPAP, Wired Orbit Computer Station to set Orientation to MNHS students
Published on November 5, 2012 @ 4:33 P.M.
Access Computer Educational Development System Professional Academy of the Philippines in coordination with Wired Orbit Computer Station at Poblacion, Argao, Cebu will set its orientation about computer proficiency to those willing students of Mantalongon NHS on November 7, 2012 at the Pres. Fidel V. Ramos 4 classroom building at the main campus.
The said institution will also administer an exam in "Proficiency Level Check" right after the orientation of students. And to those students who will pass the exam can avail the ACEDSPAP scholarship. For those who will fail the exam can enroll to Access Computer Educational Development System for a course training related to computer and software applications. A certificate will be given to students who shall have completed the course training requirements in the proficiency level competencies in MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Speed Typing, Blind Folding, Touch Typing, Movie Maker and Sony Vegas. Adobe Photo Shop software and installation of operating system will also be introduced during the course training.
The school is accredited by TESDA and to the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) with a permit signed by Dr. Arden D. Monisit, Ed. D. last November 18, 2011. And this activity is under school memo no. 24, s. 2012, signed by Mr. Ramon M. Cortes, which was circulated last October 29, 2012.
UC conducts PC Trouble Shooting, LAN Networking in MNHS
published on Oct. 1, 2012 @ 3:08 P.M.
The University of Cebu (UC) Computer Engineering group of students conducted PC Hardware and Software Trouble Shootings as well as LAN and Wireless Networking Lecture-demo. The said lecture-demo was held on September 28, Friday, 2012 at Mantalongon National High School. It was conducted by the graduating students of Computer Engineering Department of the university. The facilitators were Mr. Jerome H. Ramos, Ms. Chriselda E. Crisologo, Mr. Chrisivan H. Paquilit, Ms. Christine Joy S. Virtucio, Mr. John Kent L. Reynes and Mr. Ronell G. Baay.
The lecture-demo was participated by 66 Computer Technology fourth year students and some willing teachers of MNHS.
After the activity, the facilitators distributed certificates to students and teachers, likewise, the school presented the certificate of recognition to the facilitators.
DALAGUETE SECONDARY SCHOOLS SET INSET 2012
The Dalaguete Secondary Schools' In-Service Training for Teachers (INSET) was held on May 2-4, 2012 at the Dalaguete NHS. INSET 2012 was participated by the Dalaguete secondary schools: Casay NHS, Cawayan NHS, Mantalongon NHS, Manlapay NHS, Caleriohan NHS, Caliongan NHS and Dalaguete NHS, the host school. The training started with a digital driven prayer; followed by the Philippine National Anthem, still in multimedia. Then, Mr. Luis Carin, the Lead Principal of the Dalaguete secondary schools rendered the Rationale of the said training. Rev. Fr. Froilan Bejoc, the Paris Priest of Manlapay humbly gave life to his topic: The Critical Rule in Giving Guidance to Students. He had shared a situation:" A mother wanted abortion for her 13-year old pregnant daughter who's still studying in school"; it was the subject for discussions after the break. With that situation, he asked teachers. "What can you advice to the mother and to your pregnant student?" Later, some teachers shared a sense of moral values in decision making. "Child is the father of man" by Sigmund Freud which was quoted by one of the top ten most outstanding professors/personalities at the Cebu Normal University (CNU), the Dean of the Students' Affairs and Directress of the University Career Testing Center, Prof. Gwen E. Villarante who was one of the speakers of the said training, shared to teachers and administrators about her topic which was Parenting to Youth of the New Generations. On the third day, the last day of the training, teachers were grouped according to their subjects handled nor to their fields of specialization for sharing their classroom management and teaching strategies in a classroom full of challenges in the new generation of students wherein, students are listening to teachers while secretly pressing their silent-set mobile phone replying some text messages. Mr. Luis Carin reminded teachers to submit their outputs in his office for documentations. And the training ended with a prayer....