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Christmas greetings from St. Joseph College

Christmas greetings from St. Joseph College

Father William Emelito Villaflor, O.A.R., Prior of San Sebastian College-Recoletos, proclaims the Gospel during the anticipated Simbang Gabi held during the 66th Foundation Anniversary of SJC (Photo courtesy of Anthony Trias)

SJC Augustinian Recollect Sisters perform during the faculty Christmas party last December 16, 2011 (Photo by Teresita Pacion)

Students from different CALABARZON divisions convene at the Quezon Convention Center during the opening of the RSPCYoung journalists from the City of Cavite competed against other DepEd divisions of Region IV-A at the 2011 Regional Schools Press Conference (RSPC) held in Lucena City with the theme, “Promoting Digital Literacy through Campus Journalism”, December 3-7.

Lucena South One Elementary School became the home of more than 200 participants from the Division of Cavite City during the duration of the event.

Trainings were carried out to prepare the students for their respective competitions which included news, sports, feature, and editorial writing, editorial cartooning, copyreading, radio broadcasting and scriptwriting. Moreover, not only were the students the ones who prepared for the RSPC 2011, even the school paper advisers had their own contests.

Bringing honor to both the Division and the School, Junior Josephian Chronicle (JJC) staffers won 2nd place in English Scriptwriting for Radio, and 3rd place in English Radio Broadcasting.

Orthopedic Surgeon Dr. Abundio Celera talks about Bone Disorders to the Education and Nursing studentsDr. Abundio C. Celera Jr., an Orthopedic Surgeon and Diplomate of the Philippine Board of Orthopedics gave an overview of the structure and functions of the Musculoskeletal System as well as its relevance to everyday life.

Together with Dr. Celera were the three registered physical therapists, Ms. Sonia T. Reyes, Ms. Rachel F. Quadra and Mr. Roland L. Sardan who discussed and demonstrated the benefit of exercise and proper body mechanics.

Students of the Institute of Health Sciences and the Professional Education Department attended the said event.