Archives: ETD

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NATIONAL ACHIEVERS

The SCC Board of Trustees headed by Chairman Moises Arendain gave #tokens to the following #National Achievers who brought honor and pride to SCC:

1) John Alexander Talosig for winning 1 Gold, 3 Silver and 2 Bronze medals for 6 swimming events during the Palarong Pambansa 2017 held in Antique City last April 23-29, 2017. He was coached by Ma’am Lyndell Grace A. Valdez.

2) Emmanuel Rave Sumugat, a JHS Grade 10 student, for winning First Place in the Science Investigatory Project (Individual Category) during the 14th National Science Quest held in Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City last February 9 to 11, 2017. He represented Region XII together with his coach, Ms. Anawim Rebosura.

Emmanuel Rave Sumugat, a JHS Grade 10 student, for winning First Place in the Science Investigatory Project (Individual Category) during the 14th National Science Quest held in Teacher's Camp, Baguio City last February 9 to 11, 2017.

3) Shar Mae Javier, a BSED 4 student and Region XII delegate, for winning a Bronze medal in Lawn Tennis in the recently concluded National PRISAA 2017 held in Subic, Zambales.

 Shar Mae Javier, a BSED 4 student and Region XII delegate, for winning a Bronze medal in Lawn Tennis

Photos by Lerry Tan-Cabalinan

#ToGodBeTheGlory


UPDATE: SRAA MEET 2017

#Congratulations to Xander and Mica Jam Talosig, SCC-ETD pupils, for winning in the #Swimming Competition during the #SRAA Meet 2017 held in Amas, Kidapawan City last February 18 to 22, 2017. Xander won 6 gold and 1 Silver Medals and beat all the qualifying times set for Palarong Pambansa that will be held in Antique in April 2017. Mica Jam, his sister, won 3 Silver and 2 Bronze Medals. Your SCC family is very proud of you. (CTTO)

#SCCPride
#ToGodBeTheGlory


CHRISTMAS IN SCC

#ChristmasInSCC: Teachers from Elementary and Junior High School were the first carolers  as President Dr. Edwin T. Balaki put on the #SCC lights. (Photo by Torch 2017)


ELEMENTARY FAMILY DAY‬

Some 300 kids from SCC’s elementary training department enjoyed the day out at the SCC Nature Farm. Look! (Photos by Sherwin Dalisay)


SCC‬ ELEMENTARY SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER NOW OPEN

We just dedicated our latest facility for our elementary pupils. Our new library is wider and more spacious for our elementary pupils. This is part of SCC’s commitment in giving the best and most conducive facilities for our students! SCC leads the way! (Photo by SCC-MPCD)


ELEMENTARY GATE‬

It’s a busy day ahead of us today. It will start with our blessing and dedication of the new Elementary Gate with the “bridge so near yet so far” along Osmeña street. Here are the latest photos taken during the last minute-preparations. Look! (Photo by SCC-MPCD)


‎SCC‬'s ELEMENTARY GATE NOW OPEN - Photo by SCC-MPCD

‎SCC‬’s ELEMENTARY GATE NOW OPEN

Inorder to reduce the traffic of vehicles in our main road networks, we opened our ETD gate along Osmeña street. In the next 20 days, the parking area will be completed at the back part of the Elementary Building. Look! (Photo by SCC-MPCD)


Photo by SCC-MPCD

‎ELEMENTARY LIBRARY‬

On Friday, July 31 2015, SCC will dedicate another project. This will be called the Elementary Training Department School Library and Media Center (ETD-SLMC). The elementary library will finally have its place at the old but improved, renovated and modernized elementary building. Look at the preparations that are underway in photos! (Photo by SCC-MPCD)


ELEMENTARY CAMPUS BRIDGE‬: A BRIDGE SO NEAR YET SO FAR

On Friday, July 31 2015, SCC will dedicate and open its latest infrastructure project- the Elementary Campus Bridge and Gate. Constructed to reduce the traffic of vehicles in rhe main campus, the gate will serve as the entrance and exit of the vehicles from the Elementary school. The gate is at the back area of the
ETD building along Osmeña street. (Photo by SCC-MPCD)


ELEMENTARY GATE‬

With our goal to have an efficient traffic system inside the campus especially during peak hours, we shall soon open our second gate along Osmeña Street at the back area of the elementary building. According to SCC President Dr. Edwin T. Balaki, once this gate will be opened, all vehicles fetching and dropping elementary kids will no longer enter the main gate reducing the number of vehicles on our main road network. (Photo by SCC-MPCD)