Date: December 4, 2013
To: Preelem/Elem. Parents/Guardians
From: Mr. Martin C. Sagolili
CC: Faculty BB; Files; PTA Preelem/Elem President; VPAA; VPFA
SUBJECT: Preelem/Elem. Parents-Teacher Association (PTA) General Meeting
In behalf of the KCB Preelem/Elem PTA SY 2013-2014 Officers, you are cordially invited to attend the PTA General Meeting on December 6, 2013 at 9:00 am in TIF Room. The following agenda will be discussed
- Places to visit
- Cost of the tour per head
- Compulsory or NOT
- Field Trip Policies
Your opinion and your presence are very much needed for this important “Educational Activity Planning” to be successful.
In addition, the KCB Administration is once again appealing to our Parent’/Guardians’ kind hearts and sense of duty/obligation to please settle your accounts with us. Settling these accounts will surely make the Christmas Season of our Teachers and Staff merrier than before.
Merry Christmas to All
No. 143, series 2013
Temporary Suspension of all Previously Approved Student Field Trips and Tours
Through: Vice Presidents
Directors, Student Services
From : University President
As a precautionary measure, be advised that all student field trips and educational tours shall be temporarily held in abeyance, including all previously approved trips.
Everyone is required to completely comply with the requirements and protocol stipulated in CHED Memorandum Circular No. 17, series of 2012.
Approval shall be re-issued only upon submission of all required documents based on the aforementioned CMO.
For your information, guidance and compliance.
Rolando L. Vitug, Ed.D.
Circular No. 06, SY 2013-2014
From the Office of the Principal
Greetings of Peace!
Below are the respective 2nd Quarterly Exam schedules of your Student(s):
Science and Health
Furthermore, we would like to remind you that your Student(s) shall not be allowed to take the exams unless he/she/they is/are “in complete prescribe uniform and proper haircut – for male Students”.
In addition we would like to remind of the important dates this month of November, below:
Effective Nov. 23, 2013, all succeeding distribution of Report Cards will be done during PTCs to give ample time for Parents/Guardians to have a conference with the respective subject teachers/homeroom advisers of their Students, I am therefore, encouraging all Parents/Guardians to make PTC as the occasion to show your SUPPORT, INTEREST, and CONCERN to your Student(s) educational endeavors and more importantly discuss the progress and find solutions to academic or behavioral problem with your Student(s) subject teachers/homeroom adviser.
Please be advised accordingly.
Very truly yours,
Mr. Martin C. Sagolili
Source: Kalayaan College
Office Memo. # 10,s.2001
September 29, 2001
Assessment of the Intramurals 2001
To: Mr. Edwin Guevarra – Chairman of Student Affairs
Mr. William Martinez – Sports Coordinator
Ms. Lilian Manansala – CAB Adviser
You are all requested to attend the meeting this coming October 1, 2001 at the CAB Office at 2:00 pm.
- Evaluation of the recently held Intramurals
- Christmas Celebration and 30th Anniversary Celebration
Your attendance counts a lot so please do come.
Melinda D. Tampipi, Ph. D.
Director of Student Affairs
To: Electronic Processing Department
From: Dr. Manuel L. Cordova, CEO Director
Subject: Copyright Law and Software Programs
Date: January 12, 2003
This memorandum is serves as reminder to the policy regarding the illegal copying and use of commercial software. Our company will be exposed to civil and criminal liability under copyright law if you and our employees will use unlicensed software programs.
You should not copy any program installed on your computer for any purposed without permission from the Computer Department. Also, you should not install any software programs onto your computer without proper verification that the company owns a license to cover that installation. In addition, you are also prohibited to download unauthorized software from the internet.
Any personnel or employee who caught to distribute and use unlicensed software is subject for termination from the company.
The above policy is strictly implement to make sure that you and the company are not exposed serious legal consequences.
To: Ms. Analin D. Valencia
From: Engr. Jestoni L. Alarcon, Director
Subject: ABE Building Construction Progress Report
Date: October 10, 2001
In connection with the preparation of our monthly and annual report on building construction, may we request for a copy of the progress report on ABE Building Construction as of September 30, 2001 to enable us to get information as well as the work percentage on said report needed for our monthly and annual report.
We expect the progress report tomorrow morning.
February 7, 1979
To: The Chief, Electrical Engineering Section
Hereunder are the comments and suggestions of the undersigned on the design plans and specifications that your men prepared and which you submitted last week.
- The core is proposed to be made of ordinary transformer iron. Would it not be better if we use high grade silicon steel?
- The size of the blower for cooling purposes seems to be inadequate for the computed losses of the machine.
- Instead of ordinary porcelain bushings, the condenser type may be better. Please study the possibilities of using the latter type.
Considering the above may lead to a better design of our transformers.
Chief Engineering Division
Date: August 24, 1980
To: Plant Superintendent
From: Roberto W. Lacaba, Commercial Superintendent
Subject: Meralco Power Lines
Mr. Franco Lagman, of the Domestic Airport, has informed me that the Kingston Power Company, in routing its lines, has brought the high-tension wires in a number of cases too close to our lines.
He also brings to my attention what he believes in an unsatisfactory splicing of our cable in the manhole at the point where our lines enter the ground. He thinks that the covering tape may give way and interrupt service, and he is eager to preclude any such inconvenience to the airport.
Please investigate this matter at once ad let me know whether conditions are as they should be
To: Mr. Delfin Soco, Section Chief
From: Mr. Luis Hidalgo
Subject: Repair and/or Replacement of Airconditioning Units
This is to inform that the airconditioning units in our office are not functioning well. It is suggested that the airconditioning units be repaired and replace with the new ones. This is for the comfort and efficiency of the employees.
All department heads are enjoined to use the new performance appraisal forms and submit the latest ratings of your respective employees not later than June 30, 2008.
To: Engr. Timothy H. Macalinao
Through: Vice President for Academic Affairs
From: University President
Industrial Processes and Plant Inspection (MEIP-513) aims to expose students to the actual processes in the various power and industrial plants; hence, on August 30-31, 2002, plant visits shall be undertaken by the 5th year BSME students to the following power and industrial plants:
1. Philippine Resins Industries Incorporated, Batangas II, MAriveles, Bataan;
2. Department of National Defense, Lamao, Limay, Bataan;
3. Bataan Nuclear Power Plant, Morong, Bataan.
Those whose names appear on this memorandum are expected to participate in the said activity. Faculty members are advised to excuse the attendees from their classes during the conduct of the plant visit. Kindly submit a Narrative Report to the Office of the University President, through proper channels, for documentation purposes and justification of expenses.
Incidental expenses incurred in attending the activity shall be borne by the participants.
For your information, guidance and compliance.
Delfin O. Magpantay, Ed.D.