Bridgetines bag 3rd Best Research on the 3rd International Research Forum

Bridgetines bagged 3rd Best Research on the 3rd International Research Forum held at Development Academy of the Philippines, Tagaytay City, Nov. 28-29.

Through collaboration, teamwork and exertion, Jean Valerie S. Collera, Jonalyn D. Escartin, Ailory E. Magboo and Cristine I. Untalan, all BSED4- Mathematics, made it to the third spot with the best research among eight studies of the collegiate level. The group presented their study entitled “Mathematics Anxiety Manifestation of Grade 7 Science Class Students of Batangas National High School”.

Meanwhile, the studies “Security of Online Banking as Perceived by Young Professionals” from University of San Agustin, Iloilo City, and “Physical Education Program of Augustinian Schools in Negros Occidental for Ay 2017-2018” from Colegio San Agustin Bacolod were recognized as the first and second  Best Research respectively.

The two-day forum, which focused on the theme “Exploring Possibilities through Multidisciplinary Research”, was organized by the Association of Philippine Private School Administrators and Mentors (APPSAM). Researchers from different levels, regions and other countries gathered to present their research in different fields such as education, arts, business, science, philosophy, medicine and sociology. The presentation is divided into three categories: senior high school, college and faculty level.

“Research will take us to the next generation. It will open new opportunities, avenue in learning especially in the Philippines,” said by Dr. Loureli C. Siy, APPSAM President, after welcoming all participants.

The aim of the said forum is to provide student and faculty participants an avenue to disseminate their findings on their researches.

Bridgetines who were also selected to present their study entitled “Content Analysis on Grammar Lapses in Facebook Posts” are Aena Kimberly Fortu, Angelika Macatangay, Loi Cedrick Ramos and Jannica Divine Vino, all BSED4-English.

Dr. Imelda Vergara, Education Program Chairperson, trained and assisted the participants.

-Loi Cedrick P. Ramos, BSED4

IBED gives back through Christmas outreach activities

Filled with gratitude to God for all the blessings received throughout the year, the Integrated Basic Education Department (IBED)  gave back through its annual outreach activities.

DECEMBER 15 – Around 80 children coming from SBC’s adopted communities of Libjo, Malitam and Brgy. 1 and 2, felt the spirit of Christmas as Student Council Office (SCO) and Bridgetine Integrated Student Association (BISA) officers together with class and club officers organized a Christmas party for them.

In her message to the children, Mrs. Rossana Bagon, IBED principal, emphasized that there is Christmas because of Jesus. The children were also entertained by song and dance numbers of Bridgetines. Jollibee mascot also brought fun as it danced and mingled with the children. After the program, cheers coming from the children playing different parlor games filled the atmosphere. Snacks were also served to the children prior to the distribution of goods.

As the students were bringing joy to the children, the faculty also brought Christmas cheers to the 100 members of the Basic Ecclesial Community, another adopted community of SBC. Prior to gift giving, an advent recollection facilitated by Bro. Ronnie Gool and  parlor games facilitated by the teachers took place.

In the afternoon, the outreach activity for 150 special women of the Gabayan Program commenced through a Holy Mass presided by Rev. Fr. Gerard Macalinao.  The faculty prepared a simple program, games and snacks for them. Goods were also given to the attendees.

DECEMBER 20 – Spreading the Christmas spirit to a wider community, the faculty reached out to 60 patients in the Batangas Medical Center, 75 women inmates in the Batangas City Jail and 150 inmates in the provincial jail. In the city jail, a prayer service that reminds the love of God to each of His creation was conducted. Some inmates were in tears during the prayer service. A Holy Mass was celebrated in the provincial jail. Goods were given to the inmates and patients.

Through the generosity of the students and their parents, IBED employees and the administration, the outreach activities for this school year were materialized.

J. MEDINA

SCO and BISA officers perform a number for the children.

Special women compete in the ball relay.

Family Day 2018 highlights talents of pupils and parents, strengthens family bond

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Five hundred eighty-four family members and pre-elementary pupils discovered the joy of togetherness during the pre-elem family day, November 17.

Dressed in their chosen career costumes, pre-kinder and kinder pupils and their family members attended the Holy Mass in the Basilica of Immaculate Concepcion.  Rev. Fr. Aurelio Dimaaapi, mass presider, highlighted the significance of family day and showed appreciation to the effort of the school to give time for families to be together.

This was followed by a program which highlighted the talents of the pupils and the parents as well. Dressed in their school uniform, “Give Thanks” was interpreted by select pre-elem pupils as opening prayer. Amidst their eager parents, pre-elem pupils in their chosen career costume sashayed from the back of the auditorium to the stage. The children’s career costume varied as they became young nun, priests, beauty queen, bank manager, doctors, nurses, law enforcers, soldiers, engineers, architects, pilot, flight stewardess, scientist, astronaut, firefighters, chefs and teachers. One-hundred seventy-seven pupils expressed their gratitude to their parents through the song “Journey”. Songs expressing their hopes and dreams were likewise rendered by each section. Pre-elem pupils also wowed their audience with  recent dance hits such as “Bam”.

A lively dance number coming from the parents brought memories of their younger years. The singing families were also applauded by the audience with their interpretations of their own chosen songs.

Blue, yellow, green and red colors competed in varied games. Green had a head start as their team placed 1st in the flag raising. Ping-Pong challenge was won by red team. Yellow team landed first in the “tied-up relay” while the Blue team won the “fish relay” challenge. All tied with 10 points each, the last game, the hula-hoop relay became the deciding game. With only few seconds ahead with red team, the yellow team came up triumphant and was declared champion of Family Day 2018.

Rosary tokens were given to each family believing that a family that prays together, stays together.

In the welcome message of Mrs. Rossana Bagon, IBED principal, she stressed that the family plays an important role in the growth of the children. She said that family day can strengthen family bond and conducting one is the way of the school to help the children.

SBC celebrates Lay Mission Partnership


Celebrating the Lay Mission Partnership, St. Bridget College enjoined all the members of its academic community together with the Religious of the Good Shepherd Sisters for a day of gathering at MQPA, Oct. 1,2018.

Inspired with the theme, “Sama-samang Selebrasyon ng Magkatuwang sa Misyon”, Lay Mission Partner’s and Teachers’ Day were celebrated as one.

The event kicked off with the celebration of the Holy Eucharist presided by Msgr. Rafael “Boy” Oriondo, parish priest of the Holy Trinity Parish. In his homily, he emphasized that the lay mission partners and the RGS Sisters must work together to carry out its mission and responsibilities.

Sr. Mary Carmelita Arenas, RGS in her talk about the history and importance of Lay Mission Partnership accentuated that the employees of SBC are not just workers but also their partners in molding the bright future of all the Bridgetines.

The first half of the event ended with the Rite of Pagpapanibago at Pagsusugo where Sr. Mary Clare Bagot, RGS awarded certificates of recognition to all the lay mission partners.

To give way to the celebration of World Teachers’ Day, a sumptuous lunch was prepared for everyone. Meanwhile in the afternoon, the community enjoyed recreational activities like videoke singing and Bingo Sosyal.

The event ended with a closing prayer.

-Ms. Mellicent Macatangay

SJEC conducts overnight Socialization

Aiming to create bond and to build camaraderie among college male students, St. John Eudes Club (SJEC) conducted an overnight socialization at SBC gymnasium, Aug 10-11.

Inspired with the theme “Establishing strong relationship and camaraderie by acquiring the values of St. John Eudes”, various activities were prepared by SJEC officers and senior members.

SJEC members were divided into four teams: Yellow Team, Blue Team, Green Team and White Team. Several games such as Ubusan ng Lahi, Minute to Win it, Amazing Race, Volleyball and Basketball were facilitated by the officers. Blue team was declared as the overall winner.

Meanwhile, college alumni and former SJEC members were invited to give talk and sharing. Terrence Ambon, former Daop- Palad Student Council (DPSC) president, emphasized that being an SJEC member requires the sense of commitment, system of reconciliation and a strong relationship with God.

Afterwards, Armando De Chavez, former Knowledge Artisans in Business and Networks (KABAN) president, delivered his talk with an acronym MPBL. M stands for Malasakit sa kapwa, P stands for Pagkukusa sa mga gawain, B stands for Bukal sa puso and L is for Laging may pagdadamayan which are the attitudes that an SJEC member must possess.

Lastly, Jerick Ramos, SJE Awardee, opened the topic about gender and sexuality, identity versus role confusion, chastity, and zeal.

“The world needs a man that is not judgmental. A man needs to act and become a responsible human person that will leave a legacy,” he ended.

According to Sherwin Bagon, SJEC moderator, it is good that the tradition has been revived because it is one of the highlights of being an SJEC member. It is not only for the intention of bonding all boys but it also serves as a challenge for development, not only physically but also socially, emotionally and intellectually. After the socialization, the bond became stronger among the members whether with the same course or not.

The activity was concluded with brotherhood rites where SJEC members surpassed different obstacles while being blindfolded.

-Edison Sulit, BPEd1

Blind folded. SJEC (St. John Eudes Club) members sit and rest after successfully completing the different obstacles in the brotherhood rites during the club socialization.

Photo by Joseph Renel M. Suarez, BSEd4

College Department welcomes parents for the A.Y. 2018 – 2019

To welcome the parents of the first year students and transferees for the A. Y. 2018 -2019, St. Bridget College, College Department facilitated a Parents’ Orientation at SBC Manuela Q. Pastor Auditorium, Aug. 10.

College dean Bernadette I. Manalo, MAEd in School Leadership, expressed her gratitude and explained that choosing SBC was really a great choice.

She shared the school’s standing and performance in terms of the different programs that the department offers. Manalo also stressed the importance of home and school collaboration as support to the students’ academics and campus ways and life.

Meanwhile, Sherwin Bagon, RSW, college faculty, presented the mission, vision, and goals of the institution. It was followed by the academic concerns about the different courses elaborated by the program chairpersons.

Afterwards, John Jeffry Mendoza, college faculty and Student Affairs Officer, discussed the school’s policies implemented by the department and emphasized that the school’s concern is the students’ welfare and that the rules must be followed and respected by all.

Home and school partnership including the parent’s involvement in the education of their children was the goal of the said orientation. It expressed the points and views of school in providing an avenue for quality service and education for their students.

-Cristine Untalan, BSEd IV

Thank you, parents! Bernadette I. Manalo, college dean, welcomes and gives thanks to the parents of the first year students and transferees during the Parents’ Orientation, Aug. 10.

Photo by Joseph Renel M. Suarez, BSEd4

SBC Senior High School Exposure – Pioneer Clinical Laboratory & Medical Clinic, Inc.

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SBC Senior High School Exposure – Montenegro lines

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