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October 2012

GSCS help flood victims

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GSCS Administration, Faculty and Staff, Supreme Student Government and The PTA Officers in cooperation with the students and parents shared relief to the flood victims.

Due to the disastrous effect of the heavy rainfall brought by the southwest monsoon (habagat), people from Metro Manila and other parts of Luzon lacked food, clothes and other necessities. GSCS offered help as they collected canned goods, noodles, biscuits and other goods to give to the people in need. There are others also who gave cash donations.

These donations were given to De la Paz Evangelical Church (UCCP), Malabanan Evangelical Chucrch (UCCP) in Biñan, Laguna and UCCP Napindan in Taguig for them to distribute in their community.

Mandaluyong elects GSCS Students as LCPC officers

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Keziah Custodio and Julian Victor Dupaya of IV-Matthew were elected to be two of the officers of the LCPC (Local Council for the Protection of Children) and Children Federation Council.

LCPC of Mandaluyong won after they had competed for the Most Child-Friendly City back in 2011. This year, the LCPC of Mandaluyong is competing for the same title. Hence, JV and Keziah were sent to the City Hall of Mandaluyong to be with our respected mayor, Mr. Benhur Abalos, for a conference regarding the on-going competition.

Mr. Benhur Abalos emphasized his thoughts for the benefits of our city that will surely affect the relationships between young people.

SkyXplore: Spacedome Digital Planetarium

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Last July 27, 2012, Good Shepherd Christian School held an activity called SkyXplore.

The SkyXplore: Spacedome Digital Planetarium event was launched by the Diliman Preparatory School. SkyXplore is an educational program that gives the students more information about astronomy.

The students visited the first station where they were taught about the planets, the moon, asteroids and the like. This part taught the students that earth can also be called as “Luna”, “Diana” or “Apollo”.
The second station was where the students entered an inflatable mobile planetarium. This is where the students learned a lot about space through the use of this digital planetarium.

The last part of the program showed the students a presentation entitled “S.O.M.E. 1” or “Saving Our Mother Earth by 1”. This part gave the students information about conservation. The students were also reminded about the three R’s namely: reduce, reuse and recycle.

The SkyXplore really helped the students appreciate astronomy more and was also a fun way to learn and inform the students about the problems that we are facing because of lack of information about the proper way of disposing our garbage. This also helps us be aware of what the result might be if we don’t start saving our mother Earth

HS Conducts Career Orientation 2012

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Last August 24, 2012, the annual career orientation for third and fourth year high school students was held at the Good Shepherd Christian School.

The career orientation serves as a guide for the students to help them decide on what course to take up and also to help them choose the perfect school for their course.

More than 10 colleges and universities went to Good Shepherd Christian School to orient the students and to promote their schools and the different courses that they
are offering.

The following schools participated in the career orientation namely José Rizal University, Asia Pacific College, Raffles, Emilio Aguinaldo College, Lyceum of the Philippines University, Our Lady of Fatima University, Concordia College, AMA, Global City Innovative College, University of the East, St. Augustine and Entrepreneurships School of Asia, respectively.

The significance of the orientation is that it helps guide the students in making their decision for their future and also, by the help of this, it wouldn’t be difficult for the students to choose the right course and right school for them. Hence, this will help the students, especially the graduating ones, to find it easier to understand and accept that collegiate life is a lot different from high school life because college is where they will learn to be responsible and independent.

College also determines the students’ future career; that’s why while the students are still young, they should start being productive and independent so it will be easier for them to do things when they get to college.