- August 8, 2018 4:26 PM
The Discipline Office for Senior High School started the school year with its Students' Orientation Program for school year 2018-2019 last Wednesday, July 4, 2018 at the auditorium of the CKS College Padre Algue campus. Senior High School faculty members and students, along with administrators and personnel, attended the said event. Dr. Rolance Chua, concurrent Vice President for Academic Affairs, Director of the Office for English Academic Instruction and School Registrar, delivered a warm welcome message highlighting how the school has been committed to its mantra of providing quality education to its students. He also emphasized the enhancement of facilities in the Narra campus and the inclusion of the new competent and competitive teachers in the roster of SHS faculty. The Director of the Office for Chinese Academic Instruction, Mrs. Sara Ma Li Ling, also welcomed the students with words of encouragement. She stressed the importance of compliance with the school's rules and regulations to avoid problems in academic performance and conduct and introduced the faculty members of the Chinese Department.
Mrs. Brenda Ong, Grade 12 Coordinator as well as event’s emcee, led the introduction of the school's central administration and Narra campus personnel. This was followed by a brief history of CKS College through the years, discussed by Mr. McKennedy Umbao. He also presented briefly the various facilities in the Narra campus. Afterwards, representatives from different Narra campus offices discussed their respective office's functions, services, and rules and regulations. The presentation from different offices followed: Ms. Ms. Cynthia Isidro for Guidance Office, Dr. Mary Ann Kua for Health Services, Ms. Willowee de Cello for Library, Mr. Fernando Mira for Computer Laboratory, and Ms. Shariz Lou Clares for SHS Discipline Office.
Dr. Dory Poa graced the event with her presence reminding all the faculty members, office personnel, and students to work hand in hand to maintain unity and order in the school community. Likewise, the SHS Supervisor Mr. Fidel Savares gave an inspiring message to the students. He reminded them to make the most out of their remaining years in high school, to make new friends while cherishing the old ones, and to perform well in academics and extra-curricular activities in preparation for their future endeavors. Mr. Savares concluded the event by keeping everyone's hopes up for a fun and fruitful school year ahead.