by Keisha Bernaldez
Before the semestral break, Good Shepherd Christian School (GSCS) pupils from the elementary level gathered to celebrate the United Nations (UN) Day on the school grounds last October 24, with the theme “International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development”.
by Bianca Isabelle Ilacad
A United Nations (UN) Day program for the High School Department was held at the GSCS Elementary quadrangle on October 25 to celebrate the UN Day and to honor the friendship, alliance, and unity of the countries all over the world.
by John Robert Tobias & Alexandra Louise Ramos
The GSCS conducted its yearly Scouting Investiture for this year’s old and new Scouts on the 24th and 25th of October. The investitures for Kid, Twinkler, Star, and Cab Scouts were held on the first day. New members were welcomed while old members were rededicated. Teachers from different scout levels prepared the scouts for the Investiture as it was a day to remember because it was an honor and responsibility to be part of the Scouts of the Philippines.
by Arvie Joy Villanueva
To essentially educate and give the students a time to enjoy, GSCS conducted its annual Educational Field Trip last October 4. Field trips serve one vital function, as far as education is concerned, and that is to help bridge the gap between education and hands-on experience.
by Alessandra Sagun
Good Shepherd Christian School held its Daily Bible School (DBS) last September 25-29 with the theme “Fearless.” DBS is being celebrated every year not just to give students some time to relax, take a break from their academic obligations, and strengthen their bond with each other, but also to remind them of the things which are of importance.