Friday, April 24, 2009
Available Positions and Specific Requirements
Editor-in-Chief: Write a 150 to 300-word essay on why you want to be the next Editor-in-Chief. Submit on the following format: Arial 11pt font, double spaced, one inch margins on all sides.
Associate Editor: Portfolio. Sample one-page non-fiction essay. Detailed curriculum vitae.
Editor for Important Persons and Groups: Make a database and a map of all the offices in Ateneo. Present the contact details of the COA Board for this coming year.
Write-Ups Editor: English and Literature grades.
Submit a CD containing your design portfolio. Editor:
Public Relations and Communications Director
Human Resources and Organizational Development Director
For more details on the available positions visit aegis09.ateneo. edu
Join the Legacy Team
What is the Legacy Team?
The Legacy Team will serve as the documentation arm of each batch, and subsequently, the Sanggunianan. It is an entity in charge of documenting, collecting, processing and safe-keeping all materials that capture events happening for each batch from freshman year to senior year. These may include the Freshman Orientation Seminar (OrSem), Alternative Class Program (ACP), Blue Christmas, InTACT, NSTP, JEeP, Pabaon and any other organizational activity or event.
Positions are available for all year levels as Batch Representatives
(incoming Senior, Junior, Sophomore, and eventually, Freshman)
They are in charge of forming and heading a team that will compile all available documentation to be released in a creative compilation of documents and media collected during the year.
Application Procedures for
2010 Aegis Editorial Board and Legacy Team
1. Pick a position you'd like to apply for
2. Fill-out and submit the form that can be found at aegis09.ateneo. edu
3. Email a soft copy of your resume to email@example.com
4. Aegis EB 2009 will get in touch with you
4. Show up at your interview schedule with a hard copy of your resume and any other specific requirements for your desired position.
Deadline for application is Sunday, April 26, 2009
SCHEDULE: Monday to Friday – 7 am to 12 noon; 1 to 4 pm
Saturday – 7 am to 12 noon.
PROCEDURE FOR STUDENTS AND BUSINESS
1. Get an application form at the ticket booth of the Blue Eagle Gym.
• There is no need to submit a photo copy of the LTO Official Receipt and Certificate of Registration if your vehicle was issued a sticker in 2008. Please indicate/note the number of your 2008 sticker in the application form.
• If the application is for another vehicle, please submit a photo copy of the LTO Official Receipt and Certificate of Registration.
2. Fill-up the form, sign and submit at the same place for verification.
3. Pay the fee and get your sticker.
STUDENTS 27 April to 30 June 2009 After 30 June 2009
1st and 2nd stickers P600 each P1,600 each
3rd, 4th, etc. stickers P1,000 each P2,000 each
BUSINESS 27 April to 30 June 2009 After 30 June 2009
School bus/service, delivery P1,000 each P2,000 each
trucks, vans, jeeps
Tricycle, motorcycle P300 each P1,300 each
PROCEDURE FOR ATENEO AND AFFILIATED PERSONNEL
1. Get an application form.
• GRADE SCHOOL – Office of the Assistant Headmaster for Student Affairs (AHSA).
• HIGH SCHOOL – Office of the Associate Principal for Student Affairs (APSA).
• ALL OTHER UNITS - University Physical Plant Office, Room 207, Xavier Hall
2. Some notes:
• If your vehicle was issued a sticker in 2008, there is no need to submit a photo copy of the LTO Official Receipt and Certificate of Registration. Please indicate/note the number of your 2008 sticker in the application form.
• If the application is for another vehicle, please submit a photo copy of the
LTO OR and CR.
3. Submit the form to Room 207, Xavier Hall for verification.
4. Pay at the Cashier’s Window, 1st floor Xavier Hall.
5. The sticker will be issued in Room 207, Xavier Hall upon presentation of the Ateneo OR.
ATENEO & AFFILIATED PERSONNEL 27 April to 30 June 2009 After 30 June 2009
1st & 2nd stickers for P200 each P1,200 each
4 wheel vehicles
3rd, 4th, etc. stickers P600 each P1,600 each
4 wheel vehicles
1st& 2nd sticker for motorcycles P200 each P1,200 each
REGULAR VISITORS (Outsiders regularly entering the campus, e.g. Moro Health & Fitness Center users, Milo Best participants) 27 April to 30 June 2009 After 30 June 2009
1st & 2nd car stickers P600 each P1,600 each
3rd, 4th, etc. stickers P1,000 each P2,000 each
Motorcycle sticker P300 each P1,300 each
1. Stickers obtained after 30 June 2009 will have a P1,000 surcharge.
2. Those without gate pass stickers will be required to:
• Leave behind your driver’s license or a current ID card with picture with the guard.
• Get a visitor’s pass.
• Surrender the visitor’s pass in the same gate where it was given and recover his driver’s license or ID.
This procedure slows down the flow of traffic. Get your gate pass sticker now and avoid the inconvenience of getting a visitor’s pass. You will also help ease the flow of traffic on campus.
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2009-'10. To better prepare the students for college, we are
organizing College Preparatory Courses introducing them to the basic
subjects and developing the necessary skills needed for college.
We are currently looking for volunteer teachers willing to teach the
- Basic Research 2 teachers to discuss basic research process,
methods, proper ways of citing authors, etc)
- College Algebra - 1 teacher
Schedule is flexible depending on volunteer teacher's availability.
For interested volunteers, please call us at local 4048 and look for
Ms. Ira Tamis or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Official Student Email System of the Loyola Schools
Nature of the System
The Ateneo Online Bulletin (AOB) is the email system of the Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral addressing the need for a central information source and dissemination system. It is a weekly email digest containing news from the Sanggunian, administration, organizations and other groups. It is sent to the students of the Ateneo through their respective e-groups.
Process for Sending Announcements/Promotions
The following are the current sectors that the AOB recognizes and offers service to:
Some examples of subjects that follow the prescribed format:
AOB_Student Orgs_AJMA Reg Washdown
AOB_Others_Badminton Try-outs on August 5-10
Prescribed Contents for Announcements/Promotions
Title of the article
*Abstract of the Article
Policies and Guidelines
Feel free to check this link for another version of the guide
Katrina C. Morales
Sanggunian ng mga Mag-aaral ng mga
Paaralang Loyola ng Ateneo de Manila
THE LOYOLA SCHOOLS COMMUNITY
Mr. Eduardo Jose E. Calasanz
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
Implementation of the Class Beadle System
Please be reminded that the class beadle system will be implemented throughout the Loyola Schools starting this Summer term 2009.
The duties of a beadle are defined on page 23 of the Faculty Manual (2002 Edition) which states the following:
5.2. Beadle. Faculty must assign a student as Beadle for each class. Among the duties which the class Beadle may be asked to do are the following:
5.2.1. Check the availability of chalk/whiteboard pen and eraser
5.2.2. Switch off lights and fans
5.2.3. Clean the boards at the end of the class
5.2.4. Assist in keeping attendance records
5.2.5. Disseminate information from the faculty member
5.2.6. Collect materials as may be required by the faculty member
5.2.7. Report the faculty member’s absence to the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs after ten (10) minutes (14 minutes for one-and-a-half hour classes) have lapsed and the faculty member is not yet in class. However, if the class has been notified of the faculty member’s time of arrival, the students are obliged to wait quietly until the designated time. If the faculty member fails to appear at the appointed time, the students may consider themselves dismissed, and the Beadle should inform the Associate Dean of the faculty member’s absence.
Attached are the Implementing Guidelines for the class beadles.
The appointed class beadles are requested to go to the Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs as soon as possible for further instructions.
Thank you very much for your cooperation.
Implementing Guidelines for the Class Beadle System
1. Faculty members must assign a student as beadle for each class.
2. The duties of a beadle are defined on page 23 of the Faculty Manual (2002 Edition).
3. Reporting faculty absence shall be done by the class beadle through the Faculty Attendance Form, the procedure for which is detailed below.
Procedure for Reporting Faculty Absence:
1. Each class beadle will be issued, by the Office of the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs (ADAA), one (1) Faculty Attendance Form (FAF) packet per class that he/she is a beadle of.
2. Beadles should submit completed FAFs to the Office of the ADAA no later than Monday of the week after the covered period. They can also submit completed FAFs to the Office of the ADAA through a drop-box which will be placed in front of the ADAA windows along Kostka Hall.
3. The Office of the ADAA summarizes the attendance data and contacts the Department is necessary.
Reminders Regarding the FAF:
1. Schedule/Room of Class should be indicated as: DAY/TIME/ROOM (ex. MWF/1:30-2:30/B-AVR)
2. Each beadle must indicate on the table the following information:
a. The DATE the class was held. (Also for make-up classes.)
b. Whether the teacher was present or absent by placing a ‘check mark’ on the appropriate column.
3. If a faculty member does not appoint a beadle for the class, the Office of the ADAA in coordination with the Office of Student Activities and the Sanggunian ng mga Magaaral will appoint a beadle for this purpose.
Thursday, April 16, 2009
On April 20, 2009, Let's make history as we bring our fight for justice to the congress.
On the 20th, the congress will be discussing the CARPer Bill, among other issues, and with that, we are inviting you to show your solidarity with the farmers by being there. As we listen to the proceedings, your choice to be there among the other volunteers will pressure the congress to put importance to the CARPer Bill.
Did you know that 80% of privately-owned land still remains undistributed. If distributed, this amount of land will provide for 400,000 farmer families.
So, the choice is yours. Will you be a HERO for 400,000 families? Let's unite as one people and fight for our brothers and sisters in need.
The moment you choose to participate, you have made a choice against apathy, poverty, injustice, and death.
4.20.09 Assembly at Colayco Pavilion, 3pm
For more information on CARPER and the efforts for it, visit http://carpernow.multiply.com/
For more information on the recently held The Final Stand, visit http://thefinalstand.multiply.
Saturday (17 & 18 April). Services will be limited on these days. For
emergency services involving power and water, please contact OSS at local
4104 & 4105.
Date: Sunday, 19 April
Time: 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Purpose: Pothead termination of Oil Switch #4.
Affected Buildings from 7:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.:
1. Blue Eagle Gym
2. Grade School Complex
3. Irwin Theatre
4. Manila Observatory
5. Old Department of Communication building
6. College Covered Courts
7. Loyola Schools Swimming Pool
8. All Cell Sites
The following buildings will experience split second interruption at 7:00
a.m. when their power supply is transferred from Balara Grid to Barangka
Grid. Again there will be another split second interruption at 1:00 p.m.
when their power supply is transferred from the Barangka Grid to the
1. Bellarmine Hall
3. Jesuit Residence
4. The Church of the Gesu
Back-up power generators will be activated to supply power to facilities
that will have activities that day.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
Please settle everything with your OSA professionals.
Offices will resume on April 22, 2009 during office hours.
Please be guided accordingly.
For urgent matters, you may reached us at OSA Hotline 09209389144.
The yearly routine interview is required of all students. Those who fail to do the requirement would be included in the Hold Order List. The deadline for those students who will be having their summer classes is on April 8, 2009. For all other students who have no summer classes, you have the whole summer until June 5, 2009 to settle the said requirement.
To avoid any inconvenience, please drop by at the office and make arrangement with Ms.Didi Jao to address this deficiency.
Check the following Documents for reference.
Please note that it has been decided by the Vice President's Council that at the beginning of the First Semester of the School Year 2009-2010, the activity hour will be on MONDAY and FRIDAY from 4:30 to 6:00 PM. Given this, NO undergraduate classes shall be held at these times.
Departments shall avoid scheduling laboratory and 3 hour classes on Mondays since holidays will either be scheduled or moved to this day.