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SEARCH FOR THE OUTSTANDING CSFians on 2011 CSF Golden Anniversary

SEARCH FOR THE OUTSTANDING CSFians
on 2011 CSF Golden Anniversary
(August 25, 2011 , CSF Ground)

DEADLINE FOR NOMINATIONS: August 10, 2011 @ 5PM

THE CARIGARA SCHOOL OF FISHERIES (High School) RECOGNIZES AND HONORS ITS ALUMNI who have excelled in their respective career and/or profession.

NOMINEE ELIGIBILITY/CRITERIA:
HE/SHE MUST BE A GRADUATE/ALUMNUS/ALUMNA OF THE CARIGARA SCHOOL OF FISHERIES (High School).

Graduates from the Carigara College of Fisheries-High School Department are also qualified for nomination.

He/She must be nominated by a CSF alumnus/alumna, faculty or staff or a duly
recognized/registered organization.

He/She must accept the nomination, send curriculum vitae with supporting evidences/portfolios of accomplishments and awards/recognitions received, and be willing to accept the award in person during the CSF Golden Anniversary Awards on August 25, 2011.

Must have distinguished himself/herself in his/her profession in any of the
following professional fields:

Politics and Governance
Literature/Arts/Culture
Education
Health and Medicine
Commerce and Industry
Religious and Humanitarian
Engineering and Science/Technology
Sports and Recreation
Media and Communication
Social/Community Services
Entrepreneurship
other fields.

CRITERIA:
SELECTIONS WILL BE BASED ON THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA. Please give details/any additional information that may be relative to this nomination to include document/articles as many as possible. You may use separate/additional page for further comments/evidences.

He/She has contributed a positive, motivational force for others, and/or contributions to the good of fellow human beings.

He/She has earned the trust and respect from colleagues/associates in the chosen
field, and/or recognition as outstanding practitioner of his/her profession or
vocation.

He/She has contributed to the educational opportunities for students at the Carigara School of Fisheries.

How many people have been affected or influenced by their/your
actions? E.g. 20, 50, 100, National, International? (Required)

What makes the achievement unique? (Required)

Length of time the achievement/s lasted? (Required)

Additional Evidence/document from relevant others (optional)

——————–COPY AND EMAIL THIS NOMINATION FORM————————-

NOMINATION FORM
No. _____

I WOULD LIKE TO NOMINATE the following person for the 2011 CSF Outstanding Alumni Award (please check selected field; please type/print and use one form for each nomination submitted):

Ο Politics and Governance
O Literature/Arts/Culture
O Education
O Commerce and Industry
O Humanitarian and Religious Services
O Engineering and Science/Technology
O Sports and Recreation
O Media and Communication
O Social and Community Services
O Entrepreneurship
O Religious and Humanitarian
O Others specify _____________________________

PERSONAL INFORMATION:

Nominee’s Name :__________________________
Professional field________________________
Year Graduated :__________________________
Permanent Address :_______________________
Home Address :___________________________
Home Phone :__________________________
Office/Business Phone :__________________
Cell Phone:_______________________________
E-mail:___________________________________
Form No. _________________________________

GENERAL INFORMATION:

Nominator (Individual/Group):______________
Address: __________________________________
Contact Info: Mobile/Phone:________________
Email:_____________________________________

NOTE: ATTACH AND EMAIL A COPY OF THE NOMINATION FORM and pertinent documents (see criteria) to carigaraschooloffisheries@ymail.com (copy furnished: ludina_oballo@yahoo.com )or mail to Carigara School of Fisheries, Barugohay norte, Carigara, Leyte 6529 PHILIPPINES

(Adapted/Revised)

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CSF now on the net

Photo shows CSF students doing their research and study with the aid of the internet in school.

GOOD NEWS TO CSF STUDENTS, friends and alumni: CSF is now on the net.

Through the help of CICT and ICOT-P, CSF is now going full-blast on its internet connectivity.

School principal Dr. Ludina M. Oballo said that this kind of school-related development is the first time in Carigara and even in the 2nd district of Leyte.

“Through the help of CICT and ICOT-P, students will now have the full advantage of using the internet to become technologically adept and globally competitive, ” Oballo said.

Oballo added that the said plan is in connection to DepEd’s thrust to make all government schools internet ready.

“Information and Communication technology is the trend now, thus we are doing our best to make this happen in our school.”

MASTER PHOTO-REPORTER SHARES SKILLS AT CAMP BLOG 2011

The Master Photographer Jimmy Domingo (on white shirt) together with CSF TODAY Editorial staff during a photo-workshop at Baybay's public market area.

BECAUSE OF JIMMY DOMINGO, CAMP BLOG 2011 has never been the same for CSF TODAY’s editorial staff.

Domingo, a leading photo-journalist in the country, joined this year’s Camp Blog at Visayas State Univerity (VSU), in Baybay, Leyte for a two-day photo lecture.

After a brief introduction, the participants were then introduced to the basics of photojournalism, to include: finding the object to photograph; taking the photograph; processing the image; and presenting the image.

Also, Domingo shared his tips in capturing quality photos.

” Photography involves action and interaction. Experiment and explore in taking photos. Shot from a variety of angles. Framing, composition and content are also important in photography, ” he said. Continue reading

DEPED INTRODUCES NEW CURRICULUM

A LEARNING EXPERIENCE will be in the offing this time for second year high school teachers and students in both public and private schools all over the country come June 6, the opening of classes.

UBD at CSF: Beginning this school year, CSF is introducing its new curriculum framework thru Understanding by Design or UBD.

This after the Department of Education (DepEd) have spearheaded mass trainings/workshops for sophomore teachers on the 2010 Secondary Education Curriculum which now uses Understanding by Design (UbD) as its curriculum framework, informed Dr. Alejandrito L. Yman, Assistant Chief of the Curriculum and Learning Management Division of DepEd Regional Office 8.

Accordingly, UbD is a conceptual framework in education geared on “teaching by understanding”.

It was pioneered by two American educators Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe in 1998.

As it was proven successful abroad, particularly in USA, Deped had pilot- tested it to 22 high schools in the country last year, WikiPilipinas also reported.

According to DepEd, said learning framework is slowly gaining ground as it was already introduced to first year students under the new curriculum. Continue reading

WE NEED COMMITTED TEACHERS, PRINCIPALS, SAYS DEPED DIRECTOR YU

CARIGARA, Leyte—As new school year has opened, Dr. Luisa Bautista-Yu, Regional Director of the Department of Education (DepEd)-Regional Office 8 reminded all the teachers and principals in the region to be more committed on their respective positions for the learners to achieve quality education.

Director Yu was here as guest speaker during the recently held Regional Division-Based Fora on SPG, SSG and PTA Universal Program Implementation at the town’s gymnasium.

Also, she asked the participants to work hand in hand so DepEd will attain its objective which is to develop highly motivated and globally-competitive students.

The gathering was attended by around 220 participants comprised of school heads, student leaders and parents-teachers officials from Leyte division Area II. Continue reading

CSF JOINS CAMP BLOG 2011

CSF joins Camp Blog 2011

Camp Blog 2011

THREE CAMPUS WRITERS and one publication adviser from Carigara Schools of Fisheries have joined this year’s Camp Blog at Visayas State University (VSU), Baybay, Leyte from June 21-26.

The participants are Gina Tampol, Editor-in-chief; Jenneliza Arguelles, Photographer/staff writer; Fermin Pirante, staff writer; and I. Sanchez, school paper adviser.

Joining with them are 20 other participants from different schools in the Visayas region. Continue reading