ICI-Iligan joins Danztrak Hang-Over 16

ICI Teachers

An Inter-School dance competition – Danztrack Hang-over 16 will be held this coming September 24, 2017 in celebration for the upcoming Diyandi Fiestival in our city. ICI-Iligan will be joining the competition for the first time. The categories for the competition are ‘Teachers Category’, ‘Elementary Category’ and ‘Junior and SeniorHigh Category’.

In Junior and Senior High category, there will be 13 competitive students: Hazel Laurente, Charries Anne Chavez, Aubrey Pacquingan, Luryn Fuentes, Kathleen Claire Icalina , Janet Parnada, Justine Perong, Aldren Cadayuna, Jerome Valenciano, Joshua Valenciano, Joshua Helbero, Jino Sumanoy and Vence Patrick Sillacay.

For the Teachers Category they are Febie Ann E. Solidum, Princess Sarah Capatagan, Sunday Caingin, Gyn Rose Rocha, Liezel Marie Quindo, Drixine Dianne Baliguat, Daian Carmel Gerasta, Jet Longakit, Keane Tinggas, Achilles Adlawan, Jerrum Suaring, Ronjie Atillo, Mark Saura, Nabil Laguindab and Jude Abrazado. Both teachers and students are rehearsing in preparation for the competition.

by: Hazel Laurente

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ICI Iligan OM Students visit Home For the Aged Center

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It’s a privilege and opportunity for us to witness them in their state.  Their happiness and gratitude towards us and specially the Practical Nursing students who took care of them as OJT were apparent.

When the group arrived, they already have a Culmination program and dance presentation.  There were 12 elderly and one of them sang his favorite song and the PN OJTs also abide them with a lot of elderly games. We saw their smiles and their appreciation as we offered them personal gift items on March 17, 2017.

We’re very proud of those people who didn’t send their grandmothers and grandfathers in such place.  The elderly people are taken cared of but it could have been different living and cared by family members in a home setting.  For some, there are might be serious reasons for their stay there.  As a young citizen we still can help and serve them in any way.  Since they already grown old and can’t do everything they wanted, assist them as much as possible and offer sincere help with their needs specially the love and affection that they longed for.

by: Kevin Anor

 

 

 

ICI Iligan Celebrates 2017 Feb-Ibig month

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Whatever your status every day, you can still celebrate Valentine’s day.  This day meant for everybody: single, taken, committed, complicated, confused, waiting for someone to come in or waiting for the right time and the right person.  Whatever it is, you can still love, feel love and be loved.  Just like what ICIans did; students and teachers feel the love and give love on this day.

ICI Pingsters created a design in the ICI Bulletin board to entice the mood of love. They made a freedom wall with a Facebook theme.  Instead of posting “What’s your status”, “What’s in your heart” was made. This allows everybody to write and post anything and everything to their special someone on that particular day.  Everyone enjoyed it, even teachers wrote also there heart status and made the wall full of sticky notes with their “kilig” words.

On Heart’s Day-Feb. 14, Pingsters prepared yellow and red heart-shaped paper. Red stands for love and Yellow stands for friendship. Students were given the freedom to choose what color they want to give. They just have to put the heart-shaped paper on the uniform of their love ones. Everyone enjoyed, everyone loved it and Pingsters successfully made it to make the ICIans happy on Heart’s Day.  Everyday should be Valentines Day…  

by:  Gi Na

 

 

ICI Iligan Prototype Making

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eMgt Prototype (Venue) making

 

Module 2 has ended last January 24, 2017 so does our prototype making.  We were given only 2 weeks of preparing, making and visualizing of how our prototype should look like. Finally, we’re done. The finish product was beyond what we’ve expected and we have so much fun than what we have imagined.

“After we finish sa pagbuhat sa prototype kay happy kayo me. Na relieve amo kakapoy… Okey kayo with the help sa ako ka grupo… Na challenge kayo me…  Exciting pud… At first abi namo lisud pero kaya di ay namo… Full of imagination, challenging, stressful and kinahanglan ug effort….Kasakit pud sa tulo sa stick glue….Wala me ga expect na kaya di ay namo.”

It’s really amazing to think that we’re able to create something new and it’s a job well done.  All of us deserve a huge clap for all the efforts and patience we’ve invested.  The result is worth more than satisfaction.

 

by:  Gi Na

 

ICI Iligan Apple & Egg Pie making

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HRM Students (Regular)

 

Module 2 (1/23/17) on Apple and Egg pie making encourages HRM students on proper kneading, mixing and baking to acquire the desired finish product.  Baking is “science” as it requires accurate measurement, blending, temperature and timing.

Students are taught the right way or else fail; they are required to buy their own ingredients.  There is always a reward in refusing to quit — super delicious pies.  Another secret ingredient is to cook or bake with Love — so they said.

 

by: Gi Na