- September 14, 2013 3:43 PM
Last September 5, Dr. Dewitt Lim, head of school medical services, invited some of our school doctors, nurses, and dentists to have a talk with the Kindergarten students about health care.
Dr. Mary Ann Kua motivated the kids to focus their minds on a “One Day Routine”. She reminded them to always start the day right by observing proper body hygiene, eating nutritious foods, exercising to become physically fit, drinking water, removing bowel regularly and the like. She even emphasized the importance of having a clean house and surroundings. And by the end of the day, everyone must have a good night rest. She culminated her talk with an interesting game wherein the students participated actively.
Dr. Lim, on the other hand, talked about the danger imposed by diseases like Dengue-fever and Leptospirosis. He also enlightened the kids how to protect themselves from these terrifying ailments. Furthermore, Dr. Arevalo and Ms. Avanceña stressed the importance of healthy living as early as preschool age. The kids truly enjoyed the time spent with the friendly and loving medical personnel. Everyone went home, bringing with them free toothbrushes and a big smile. Indeed, learning is so much fun!
(Contributor: Luzviminda Sim)
- September 12, 2013 3:55 PM
Last September 6, 2013, Chiang Kai Shek College grade school students competed and won during the “Malayan Patimpalak” sponsored by Malayan High School of Science in celebration of Buwan ng Wika.
The talented grade six pupils who competed in the “Sabayang Pagbasa” were declared as champion for the second consecutive year. The group was ably trained by Mr. Harry Louie Galicia. Other winners were Janette Louis T. Chi, 2nd Placer, and Trisha Danielle Sia, 3rd Placer, for Tanaga and Paskilan, respectively. Erienne Hannah Cheng also won 2nd Place for Dagliang Talumpati. The teachers behind the success of these students were Mrs. Shirley Bolodo, Mrs. Jasmin Jerusalem and Mrs. Nerissa dela Cruz.
- September 12, 2013 8:48 AM
A cherished tradition among high school seniors is the intersection competition. And so it came as no surprise that, when the boys' basketball and girls' volleyball tournaments finally opened last September 9, the seniors came in full force with their parents, siblings, and friends from other year levels.
The program started with the nine sections parading their teams accompanied by their respective class advisers. IV-1 DiosCuri, IV-2 Visendos, IV-3 Mighty3, IV-4 4uof, IV-5 Slitherin' Viper, IV-6 Exorsix, IV-7 Sevengers, IV-8 Pr8torians, and IV-9 ArritheIX came out one after the other in sequential order. Mrs. Carmelita Espino, the College Vice President, declared the tournament open. The muses and escorts paraded and introduced themselves. Jerseys were judged and special awards were presented.
Erjohn Gregory So was chosen best escort, while Maria Eloisa Jabar was declared best muse. Best jacket design award went to IV-6, and the honor of best jersey design was given to IV-9.
- September 12, 2013 8:41 AM
The Chiang Kai Shek College – Faculty of Business, Arts and Sciences (CKSC-FBAS) held its annual Business Expo for the year 2013 last September 5, 6 and 7 at the CKSC Narra Campus. More than 1,600 individuals visited the 3-Day event.
With the theme “Business Opportunities: Success Beyond Limits,” this venture brought together 50 exhibitors offering different and a wide selection of products like food, clothing, accessories, and health supplements, among others. The event was organized by the School of Business and Accountancy, together with CKSC-FBAS student organizations namely, the Hotel and Restaurant Management Society, Young Entrepreneur’s Organization, Junior Management Society, Junior Philippine Institute of Accountants, and Junior Marketing Association. This year’s Media Partners are CHInoy TV, World News, Chinese Commercial News, China Business, and Manila Bulletin.
- September 12, 2013 8:40 AM
Chiang Kai Shek College turned over donations from students, parents, and teachers to the Chinese-Filipino Business Club for victims of the heavy monsoon rain brought about by typhoon Maring during simple rites held at the CKSC campus last September 7, 2013.
To all those who shared to make this project possible, thank you!
- September 12, 2013 8:37 AM
The Junior Management Society organized and held a seminar entitled “ How to Overcome the Fear of Failure and Rejection” last August 27, 2013 at the Narra Campus. In her talk, Ms. Rubi Vasco emphasized that facing and embracing mistakes take courage. One must not sulk in the face of such daunting circumstances. Instead, failures should be seen as learning opportunities and as challenges to do better next time. (Read more at http://fbas.cksc.edu.ph/news/301-mistakes-make-us-who-we-are)
- September 10, 2013 1:17 PM
CKSC students and alumni continue giving honor to their Alma Mater!
Jan Bendric Co Borbe of high school batch 2009 placed 8th in the Medical Technologist Board Examination held by the Professional Regulation Commission last August 31 and September 1 with a rating of 89.70%. He graduated with the degree Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, Magna Cum Laude, from the University of Santo Tomas and he is currently taking up Medicine at the UST Faculty of Medicine and Surgery.
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