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PRISAAXII 2017 UPDATE

#CONGRATULATIONS to all SCCians who brought pride and honor to SCC and COTABATO Province during the Prisaa Region 12 Meet held in Tacurong City last February 23-25, 2017.

– To SCC Glee Club for defending their title as CHAMPION in the Chorale Competition (Coach: Jorlyn Baladjay – Solidum).

– To Ms. Lynette Cabañog for winning 3rd Runner-up and Miss FACEBOOK Popular during the Search for Mr. & Miss PRISAA XII 2017 (Coach: Lerry Tan-Cabalinan).

– To Shar Mae Javier for winning a GOLD medal in Lawn Tennis – Women Single B Category. She will represent Region 12 in the National Prisaa Meet in April 2017 to be held in Subic Bay (Coach: Kaizan Moralde).

-To Dannyboy Duhaylongsod for winning a silver medal in Lawn Tennis – Men Single B (Coach: Kaizan Moralde).

-To SCC Beach Volleyball women for winning a Silver medal (Coach: Roque Ciasico).

– To SCC Swimmers Yafet Galila, Reymark Opiña Sapalaran, Jake Provido, Estella Nova Labajo & Cyrei Aliponga Acosta for winning the GOLD medal in 400m hurdle (Coach: Ferdinand Fadera).

– To SCC Taekwondo Team for winning Silver and Bronze medals.

#Kudos!!! Your SCC family is very proud of you. (CTTO)

#ToGodBeTheGlory


Regional PRISAA Meet 2017 in Tacurong City(Photos by Lerry Tan-Cabalinan)

IN CASE YOU MISSED: PRISAA MEET 2017

They did it again. #SCC Glee Club, representing #Cotabato Province, defended their title as #Champion in the Chorale Competition in the Regional PRISAA Meet 2017 in Tacurong City. Congratulations to all of you. Your SCC family is very proud of you. (Photos by Lerry Tan-Cabalinan)

#SCCPride
#ToGodBeTheGlory


SCC LEADS THE WAY‬

#‎SCCLEADSTHEWAY‬: SCC Elementary pupil, Calvin Keintje Quinones, wins in the academic quiz for Sagisag at Kultura in the Coprisa Area 1 elimination with Jayfe Rose Cabuguason as coach, DSAS Nelly Genosas reports.

Other events;

  • Champion vocal duet- High school
  • 1st runner up vocal solo- High school
  • 2nd runner up solo- elementary
  • 2nd place- Sayawit & Hiphop fof High school
  • 2nd place- Hiphop- Elementary

JUST IN

Johnmer Vicena third year Bachelor of Library and Information Science student wins the presidency for the College Supreme Government for SY 2016-2017.


SCC‬ CONDUCTS FIRE AND EARTHQUAKE DRILL

To prepare the students for any eventualities like fire and earthquake incidents, the Student Affairs Services, Health Service and Guidance Offices of SCC conducted today, June 26, a fire and earthquake drill facilitated by the Bureau of Fire Protection Office- Midsayap. Some 2,500 students filled the SCC Fellowship Center and were taught on the basic steps to do in case of these emergency situations. (Photo by SCC- MPCD)

 


IN PHOTOS: COLLEGE ORIENTATION PROGRAM

Some 1,500 college freshmen and transferees attend the College Orientation Program today, June 19, at the SCC Fellowship Center. Look!

 


SCC ETD PUPILS FIRST TO CAST VOTES IN SCC’S 2ND AUTOMATED POLLS

By SCC-MPCD
February 26, 2015, 9:26 a.m.

MIDSAYAP, COTABATO— Pupils from the SCC Elementary Training Department showed up early at the voting precincts Thursday to cast their votes using the automated system of elections.

On the second time where SCC utilized the automated system of voting, precincts located at the second floor of the Tech Voc building welcomed early voters as early as 8:00 in the morning. An hour later, most of the elementary pupils have already voted and precincts are now ready to serve voters from the High School level.

This state-of-the-art voting system has become a huge development from the traditional voting system where students write the names of their bets on a ballot and then read aloud during the canvassing of votes.

This time, all SCC pupils and students from elementary, high school and college cast their votes on a programmed electronic system made especially for this election.

According to Nelly Genosas, Director for Student Affairs, the automated system was introduced last year and with its successful turn out, the same system is being utilized this year. She believes this system of voting is timely needed and more efficient. This is also one way to invite students to exercise their right to vote because the system is student- friendly and easy to use, she added.

Shiela Mejos, faculty of the SCC College of Computer Studies developed the system. It was established through the years of testing and tasking technical requirements.

The SCC – COMELEC encourages more students to cast their votes. Precincts will close at 7:00 p.m., the COMELEC said. (scc-mpcd-jkballentes)


COLLEGE SUPREME GOVERNMENT INDUCTION PROGRAM AND ORGANIZATIONS’ RECRUITMENT

The College Supreme Government Induction of officers and the recruitment for student organizations took place today, June 20, 2014 at the Plaze de Acacia. Vice president for Academic Affairs Dr. Ma. Elena Bravo- Bugacia graced the occasion and led the induction of the elected officers to their respective positions.