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Basic Education Unit’s Guidance Activities for SY 2018 – 2019

June 27,2019

Sr. Liguori Life and Management Center
(Guidance and Counseling)

Basic Education Unit
GUIDANCE ACTIVITIES
SY 2018 – 2019

The Sr. Liguori Life Management and Wellness Center (Guidance and Counseling), as an integral part of education, continuously endeavors to promote Scholasticans’ holistic formation through its relevant and need-based programs and services. It aspires to strengthen students’ knowledge, values, skills and competencies that would enable them to have an appreciation of themselves and others, maximize their potentials and manage day-to-day life challenges.

The guidance programs and services are anchored on 3 broad domains namely academic, personal-social and career development. The Personal/Social Development provides the foundation for personal growth and enhances the academic and career development of the students. The Academic Development guides the students to maximize each learning situation. It allows them to experience success and enhance educational potential through effort and commitment to producing high-quality work. The Career Development cultivates a positive attitude toward work. It emphasizes the enhancement of skills to facilitate a successful transition from school to the world of work.

The activities implemented for this school year are the following:

Personal / Social Development

Title of Activity Facilitator/s Participants Date Implemented Outcome

“I Belong” Program

Mrs. Dyna S. Del Prado, RGC, RPm

Ms. Risa Ubas, RGC, RPm 

Mrs. Josephine Bargas, RGC

Ms. Mary-Ann Laquian, RPm 

Ms. Alma Alcantara, RPm

Ms. Corina Binondo

Newcomers from all levels

Grades 1 – 6, Aug. 14 & 20, 2018

Grades 7 – 10, Sept. 14, 2018

Grades 11 & 12, Sept. 7, 2019

Newcomers were assisted on how to cope with their new environment by allowing them to be acquainted with other students, get to know their new school better and establish a support system that would help them with their successful adjustment.

“Being In Between”

Dr. Julian Montano

Grades 5 – 6

Nov. 27, 2018

Taught students with effective and healthy coping skills in dealing with their day-to-day concerns.

Talk on Netiquette: Handling Social Media to Improve Social Connectedness

Ms. Pramela Menghrajani

Grades 4 – 6

Dec. 14, 2018

Students were educated about the rules of netiquette so they become more polite and responsible internet users, thereby, minimizing if not totally eliminating the occurrence of cyberbullying. HaHa

L.I.V.E! (Life in Vibrant Energy)(2nd phase of the 4-year Mental Health Program entitled, “Live…Love…Laugh: A Way to a Happy Life”) 

Ms. Rose Cataquis, RGC 

Ms. Alma Alcantara, RPm

 Ms. Sol Bautista 

Ms. Myreen Cleofe, RGC 

Ms. Mary Ann Rafols, RGC

Grades 5- 12

Dec. 13 & 19, 2018

Assisted students to achieve wellness by equipping them with life management skills through mindfulness activity and expressive arts therapy in the form of music, art, and dance.

Talk on Transition to High School

Mr. Marlon  de Leon Ms. IannaRubio Ms. Shibby de Guzman

Grade 7

Sept. 24, 2018

Sought to help students manage socio-emotional concerns as they tackle another milestone of their life.

Talk on Boy-Girl Relationships on

PARENTS:
Mr. & Mrs. Pinto
Mr. & Mrs. Feliciano
Mr. & Mrs. Lapitan 

STUDENTS:
Mr. Isaiah Gazmin & Ms. Irish Ilagan 
Mr. Andrei Parreño & Ms. Dominique Terencio 
Mr. Ezekiel Legaspi & Ms. Amara Bautista

Grade 8

Nov. 26 & Dec. 10, 2018

Facilitators provided students with valuable information that will make them become aware of good choices and wise decisions in dealing with teenage relationships and eventually help them engage in healthy ones. 

Talk on Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance

Ms. Maria Gilda Miciano, RGC

Grades 11 & 12

Jan. 21, 2019

Helped the students become more aware of the concept of grit, why it is a significant predictor of success, how they can develop grit factors and apply it in their real-life situations.

Anti-Bullying Workshop entitled “No Bullies and Victims: Just Responsible Scholasticans  

Ms. Inah de Vera (for Grade 5)

Ms. Risa Ubas (for Grade 6)

Grades 5 & 6

Jan. & Feb. 2019

Students were able to achieve/accomplish the ff:  1) increased awareness and understanding about bullying, 2) tips on how they can stand up for themselves and others to deal with bullying effectively, 3) came up with a class slogan and pledge to concretize their commitment to advocate for peace and work together towards creating a bully-free school environment. 


Academic Development

Title of Activity Facilitator/s Participants Date Implemented Outcome

Talk on Brain Gym

Ms. Mary Ann Rafols, RGC

Grades 4 – 6

Oct. 12, 2018

Geared towards providing some helpful tips on how the students can boost their brain functions, hence, maximizing their potentials, especially in academics, through different mental and physical activities.

Talk on Transition to High

School 

Mr. Marlon de Leon

Ms. Ianna Rubio 

Ms. Shibby de Guzman

Grade 7

Sept. 24, 2018

Students were assisted in terms of coping with the academic demands of high school life.

Workshop on Goal Setting

Ms. Alma Alcantara, RPm 

Mrs. Josephine Bargas, RGC 

Ms. Corina Binondo 

Ms. Mary-Ann Laquian, RPm

Grade 7

Dec. 1, 2018

Helped the students acquire a better understanding of why setting goals is important and how it can give them direction, focus, and motivation in the fulfillment of their short and long-term academic goals.

Career Development

Title of Activity Facilitator/s Participants Date Implemented Outcome

Symposium on the Realities of HS Life

Dr. Jonna Marie Lim 

Mr. Josiah Narca 

Mrs. Josephine Bargas 

Ms. Ysabelle Panganiban 

Ms. Tereese Dimaculangan

Grade 6

March 6, 2019

Graduating students gained information that would prepare and give them the needed support and assistance as they go through the transition period from grade school to junior high school.

Workshop on Goal Setting

Ms. Alma Alcantara, RPm

Mrs. Josephine Bargas, RGC 

Ms. Corina Binondo 

Ms. Mary-Ann Laquian, RPm

Grade 7

Dec. 1, 2018

Made the students aware why setting goals is important and how it can give them direction, focus, and motivation in the fulfillment of their short and long-term success relevant to the career that they want to pursue.

Talk on Career Assessment 

Ms. Maria Gilda Miciano, RGC

Grade 8

Nov. 24, 2018

Gave the students pertinent ideas about potential tracks/strands and eventually career/s that might be a match for their skills and interests.

Talk on Grit as related to Life  and Career (Career Pathing)

Ms. Alma Alcantara, RPm

Grade 9

Nov. 19, 2018

Provided students with some helpful tips on how grit is built and made them realize the value of this personality trait in the long process of choosing an appropriate career.

Career Exposure Trip

Company-In-Charge/Contact Person in the ff: 

Medicine
UERM Hospital & School Medicine
Dr. Jose Fabella Memorial Hospital
UP – College of Medicine

Law
Court of Appeals of the Philippines
Supreme Court of the Philippines
Department of Justice
Arellano University – School of Law

Business
Enderun Colleges
BSP – Money Museum
Hotel Benilde
Maison De La Salle 

Engineering, IT & Arts
Philippine Air Force Aerospace Museum
National Museum
DLSU – College of St. Benilde School of Design and Arts

Grade 9

March 22

Students were able to acquire first-hand information from the exposure they had to the different workplaces related to their SHS track/strand career choice. 

Talk on Choices

Dr. Sharlyn Patigas, STEM 

Ms. Danielle de Guzman, HUMMS 

Ms. Carlota Hilvano, VISA 

Ms. Joyce Maxine Manansala, ABM

Grade 10

Oct. 20, 2018

Facilitated students in their choice of a SHS strand which is fit for them by listening to the four speakers as they share their expertise and valuable experiences related to Interion Design (VISA), Medicine (STEM), Education (HUMSS) and Accountancy and Economics (ABM).

Talk on the Road Less Travelled

Sr. Christine Pinto, OSB
Religious Life 

Maj. Ana Liza Tio
Capt. Sajar Foronda
Military Life 

Ms. Veronica Templo-Perez
Social Work 

Ms. Margaret Villarin-Ramos
Academe

Grade 10

March 4

Speakers talked about the different lines of work to provide students with other opportunities/ options related to non-traditional career paths.

Talk on Making Decisions

Dr. Marion Lagmay

Grade 11

Feb. 18, 2019

Helped students become knowledgeable of the different career paths as well as their options, and be college and career-ready.

Talk on Taking Action

Ms. Rosa Isabelle NavareteMs. Cara Gonzales

Grade 12

Oct. 22, 2018

2 Scholastican Professionals imparted to the students the power of taking action in their career growth/success and shared with them some tips on how they can thrive in high school and college, and come up with effective career choices.

Talk on Positivity and Success

Ms. Rona Pilones Dr. Marion Lagmay

Grades 11

Feb. 11, 2019

Students were made to realize the significant connection between career and positive life and how its synchronicity can contribute to their wellbeing as positivity paves the way for growth, and growth breeds success.

 

The Center likewise recognizes that a strong school and home partnership plays an important role in molding holistic and well-rounded students that would be an asset not only in school but in society in general. Thus, annually, it spearheads a Parent-Enrichment Program which aims to equip parents with tools and skills for better understanding of themselves as individuals and have a deeper appreciation of their role as parents. It could then serve as a motivation to cultivate a harmonious relationship with their spouse and children thereby ensuing stronger family ties. As a result, it can enthuse and empower their children and become fully-functioning individuals.

 

Title of Activity

Facilitator/s

Participants

Date Implemented

Outcome

Institutional Guidance Parenting Seminar entitled “Mindful Parenting in this Digital Age”

Dr. Ma. Lourdes “Honey” Carandang

Parents from Grade School to College

Jan. 19, 2019

Intensified parents’ awareness of the said practice and taught them strategies that will help them become more responsive and effective parents of this generation. This was implemented in congruence with the Mental Health Program (L. I. V. E. through Mindfulness) given to students which are now on its 2nd year.

Parent Enrichment Program entitled “Responding to Bullying Effectively”

Dr. Jasmin Nario-Galace

GS Parents

Jan. 26, 2019

Awareness campaign against bullying was strengthened among parents and they were edified on how they can respond to bullying effectively and become their daughter’s support system.