Research is a way of life. Without it, there will be no inventions to help us do things easier and faster, there will be no explanation to a certain phenomenon or an answer to a question that arises in our very own curiosity. It has been the trend of experts, specifically, the educators in reinventing ways of knowledge integration to learners and reviewing the effectiveness of present school practices.
SHS in San Nicholas III, Bacoor City: Presentation of Learning Continuity Plan of Non-Pilot Schools in the Division
The SHS in San Nicholas III, Bacoor City has presented the learning continuity plan for the School Year 2020-2021 during the Learning Continuity Plans (LCPs) Presentation of Non-pilot Schools in the City Schools Division of Bacoor City on July 29, 2020 via video conference. The LCP covers all the preparations, decisions, procedures, processes, and activities to be implemented by the schools for the upcoming opening of classes.
School Roll-out of Division Webinar on Individual Performance and Commitment Review Form (IPCRF): Data Collection System for SY 2019 - 2020
The Second Webinar Series about the School Roll-out of Division Webinar on Individual Performance and Commitment Review Form: Data Collection System for School Year 2019 – 2020 designed to familiarize participants on the use of electronic-IPCRF. It was headed by Mr. Adorando R. Darvin, Principal II, was conducted on July 3, 2020, 1:30 – 5:00 PM via Google Meet.
Assignments, projects, research, group activities, outputs, loads of performance tasks, and sometimes disagreements occur upon the groupmates. Sometimes, friendships end because of misunderstanding within the works. Sometimes, teachers get mad when you get late in the class. These are students' everyday experiences until they graduate. Sometimes, students utter these words "Ayos lang ang hindi magkajowa basta makapagtapos lang ng pag-aaral”. At the end of the student's journey, the hard-earned piece of document is awaited — the diploma.
Being stuck in quarantine makes us spiritless. NO STUDIES. NO WORK. NOTHINGS TO DO TO EXERCISE OUR MINDS AND BODIES. Sure, everyone has messed up daily routines these days. So, here is a list of five things to do during the quarantine.
Photo Credits: Mrs. Ma. Clarissa G. Benavente & Mr. Paul Danielle Alagar
Do you want to hone your culinary skills and enhance your interpersonal communication to perform excellent customer services? Or learn from the best and showcase what you've learned in the future? If yes, then Home Economics is right at your side.
In SHS in San Nicholas III, they offer the Academic Track it includes Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS), and General Strand (GAS). The school also offers TVL track for those learners want to enhance their skills. This includes the Home Economics (H.E) and Information, Communication and Technology (ICT).
Photo Credits: Mr. Roi M. Francisco
Last 2018, inendorse sa campus namin ang SHS in San Nicholas III. Nalaman ko yung mga platforms at strand na inooffer nila at nandoon yung gusto ko na ICT-CSS o Computer Systems Servicing kaya naman nahikayat ako na mag inquire dito. Gusto ko kasi talaga mahasa yung talent ko sa pag-aayos ng computer kaya CSS ang kinuha ko.
Photo Credits: Mrs. Josephine O. Resquir
Being a HUMSS student shall embody our nation's core values; maka - diyos, makakalikasan, makatao at makabansa. Humanities and Social Sciences is a strand that is dedicated for prodigy students whose mind is ready for a whole new level of wisdom and experience. This strand is for those who aspire to consider journalism, law, education or any social science related courses in college.
Humanity is now again being challenged. Covid-19 is a new disease that is highly contagious and can spread via droplet transmission. First as a breakout from China, now developed as a pandemic as it is currently affecting most of the countries and takes thousands of lives each day. As a countermeasure, our president declared an Enhanced Community Quarantine on March 16, 2020. Wherein the country is under a state of a lockdown and encourages the citizens to stay at their homes. Social gatherings are greatly discouraged, even going to school