Message from the President

Dear Students, Parents and Guardians,

Peace!

As you may already know by now, Malacañang has suspended work in all government offices as well as classes in all public schools tomorrow, September 21, 2017.

We at Ateneo de Iloilo - Santa Maria Catholic School shall continue with our classes tomorrow as usual.  We shall also use this day as an opportunity to continue to remember and learn the atrocities of Martial Law perpetuated by the Marcos Regime so that we may know how to prevent them from happening again.  The Social Studies Programs of our GS, JHS and SHS units have prepared various fora for this purpose. I encourage everyone to join and participate in these activities.  

As a Jesuit and Catholic School, let us use this day as an opportunity in exercising our sacred duty and mission to form our students to uphold justice as an integral dimension  and concrete expression of our Christian faith. 

In omnibus amare et servire,

 

Fr. Joseph Y. Haw, S.J.

President 

Batch representative candidates face-off in rally

TUESDAY- Freshmen students gathered in the Multi-Purpose Room (MPR) for the two-candidate Grade Seven Representative Rally last June 28, spearheaded by the Student Commision on Elections (SCOMEL). 

Eryl Ann Provido of  7-Hope and Annika Angela Mei Tamayo of 7-Courage took their seats, voiced out their speeches, and answered the questions addressed by the Student Council and by the Grade Seven students themselves, in preparation for the freshmen representative elections that will be held tomorrow, June 30.

“The first one is much like President Duterte-- decisive, and promises discipline in her grade level, while the second one oozes of confidence and takes value in her experiences as the last Student Council Junior President of AdI-SMCS. They are both very qualified in their own ways,” said Uriel Bolivar, the SCOMEL Chairman for the past two school years.

Similar to last year’s election for Student Council school year 2016-2017, the election for the Grade Seven Representatives will also be automated. The voting process will be held in Computer Labs one and two, after dismissal. 

 

“Since we switched from the manual collection of votes to automated ones, the elections this year seems less complicated. We lacked a few SCOMEL volunteers last year, since we did things manually and that required more people. With the use of technology, less people were needed, so we divided the work among the volunteers. Each and every one had their own assignment,” said Bolivar.

Similar to committees, the volunteers were tasked to different offices: the decorum office, registration office, and the office in charge of manning the computers.

“What's really good about the SCOMEL this year is because the Student COMELEC finally looks like a student-run election, because this year's is more systematic and peaceful, hence the intervention of homeroom teachers in discipline became the students' jobs,” Bolivar added.

The search for the candidates started about two weeks before the rally, and the results will be out the same day of the elections/Ripples.

Thursday, September 21, 2017

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