Laboratory High School – EXAMINATION RESULTS 2018-2019

SUCCESSFUL EXAMINEES (Top 50)

Laboratory High School - Incoming Grade 7

S.Y 2018-2019

Rank

Name

1

HANIEL, NICOLE ANN A.

2

DARIA, ESTHER BETHANY G.

3

BAEZA, SAMANTHA H.

4

ARCENAL, JOERMAH AGATHA D.

5

LUCES, KHALIL JAMES D.

6

ENANO, RALPH RUSZEL D.

7

AFABLE, GABB ADRIAN F.

8

GAVARRA, PAULLYN JOY N.

9

DIESTA, JOHN PAUL A.

10

HABITCHUELA, SHAALAH L.

11

DARIA, CLAIRE LOUISE R.

12

NOSTRATIS, JAMIE G.

13

ANTES, SAMANTHA PAULEEN ANGELA S.

14

DENIEGA, ROMEL L.

15

FARA-ON, NANDRIENE D.

16

PONES, ESTEVEN CLARK M.

17

NICOLAS, FRANCIS MEDIN N.

18

TOLOSA, KARL JASPER B.

19

LUNA, CHYNNA MAE D.

20

MORESCA, PRINCE KYAN E.

21.5

GALAROSA, NICOLE ANGELA

BIO, JANNA HANA J.

23

BONOS, GERALAINE NICOLE T.

24

CHAVEZ, KIM YVEZ F.

25

PURA, JANELLE APRIL A.

26.5

MAROLLANO, JOHN KENNETH E.

HABALO, CIELO LOUISE H.

28

MIRABUENO, MARK RYNELL E.

29

GLIPO, DANIELA E.

30

JANORAS, SANDRA A.

31

ESCALANTE, DYLAN

32

MANDA, KATRINA KEISHA M.

33.5

LOCABA, JAMES JOSHUA L.

GONZALES, NICOLE FAYE E.

35

ROMERO, ERAJ DEE J.

37

GUIÑAREZ, IVORY LEIGH

JALMASCO, EUNEZEL L.

DORONELA, HYACINTH MHAICE D.

39

PACLA, RANIA LEI P.

40

BRAGAIS, RICO ELIS  G.

41

BALEAN, SHANE JEWEL J.

42.5

BITBIT, CARL JOSEPH B.

ARCAYERA, SOPHIA NOREEN L.

44

CEDIÑO, RAINNE ANDREW

45

JAO, WESLIE VINCE N.

46

GERERO, JUSTIN D.

47

DONCILLO, NASHREIGN CRYSTAL MAIDEN D.

48

SALVANTE, HANNAH BETH D.

49

BAHOY, AERROL JOSH O.

50

DREO, ANGEL ANNE P.

WAITLISTED

Laboratory High School - Incoming Grade 7

S.Y. 2018 - 2019

Rank

Name

51

LACRA, TRISHA NICOLE B.

52

ERESTAIN, ROMEO ANGELO D.

54

JAMISOLA, SHANIA LORRAINE F.

NADRES, MARSTONE JOHN

JIMENEZ, IRADHEN M.

56

AYO, CRAIG JEFFERSON D.

57

BROÑOLA, KARLICE JEI D.

59

RAMOS, JESUS EMMANUEL J.

HAS, JED BENEDICT E.

BUFETE, REOSEANA G.

61

LABAYANE, IAN CHESTER L.

62

TEMPOROSA, AIZELLE ANNE G.

63

GARCIA, MARCO ANTONIO R.

64

PATOSA, ADRIANE CARLO E.

65

JAO, AIESHA LEANNE V.

67.5

BISNAR, DANIELLE MAE E.

CABAL, RAMONA ELAINE L.

RUFFY, CHELSIE S.

RACELIS, AYRISE MAE J.

70

REGALA, CHELZEA REIN J.

Transparency Seal 2018

Compliance

SSC Compliance with Sec. 91 (Official Website and Transparency Seal) of Republic Act No. 10633 (General Appropriation Act, FY 2016) I. The agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information.

Agency Mandates, Vision, Mission and List of Officials

Annual Financial Reports

FAR No. 1 – Statement of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations, Disbursements and Balances
FAR No. 1A – Summary of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations and Balances by Object of Expenditures
FAR No. 1B – List of Allotments and Sub-Allotments
FAR No. 2 – Statement of Approved Budget, Utilizations, Disbursements and Balances
FAR No. 2A – Summary of Approved Budget, Utilizations, Disbursements and Balances by Object of Expenditures
FAR No. 3 – Aging of Due and Demandable Obligations
FAR No. 4 – Monthly Report of Disbursements
FAR No.5: Quarterly Report on Revenue and Other Receipts
BED No. 1: Financial Plan
BED No. 2: Physical Plan
BED No. 3: Monthly Disbursement Program
BAR No 1: Quarterly Physical Report of Operation

System of Ranking Delivery Units and Individuals

Reports of Targets and Accomplishments PBB Updates

  1. Form A Cascading of Department Performance Targets
  2. Form A1 Details of Bureau/Delivery Unit Performance Indicators and Targets
  3. Form B Department Targets on Key Programs and Targets
  4. Form A Department Performance Targets (Accomplishments)
  5. Form A1 Details Bureau/Office Performance Indicators and Targets Units (Accomplishments)
  6. Form B Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Targets (Not Applicable)
  7. Form C Agency Targets and Accomplishments  for Planning Tool Commitments (Not Applicable)
  8. Good Governance Compliance
    1. Transparency Seal
    2. PhilGEPS Posting
    3. Aging Cash Advances
    4. SSC Citizens Charter
  9. MARC – MFO ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD
  10. Form 1.0 Report on  Ranking of Bureau/Offices/Attached Agencies/Delivery Units

Good Governance Conditions

EO No. 80 states that the Inter-Agency Task Force under AO No. 25 will set the good governance conditions for the PBB on an annual basis. The good governance conditions are based on the performance drivers of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RPPMS) financial stewardship, and leadership and growth.

Transparency Seal
PhilGEPS Posting
SSC Citizens Charter
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Network (SALN)
ARTA Certificate of Compliance

Government Procurement Policy Board

REPORT ON GOVERNMENT PROJECTS/PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES FOR F.Y. 2016
Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicator (APCPI) Self-Assessment Form (Annex A)
Consolidated Procurement Monitoring Report (Annex B) and Procurement Capacity Development Action Plan Template (Annex D)
Procurement Monitoring Report

List of Employees

Sorsogon Campus
Bulan Campus
Castilla Campus
Magallanes Campus

Enrera, Floresca grab national spots in journalism tilt

Floresca (L-R, 2nd) receives his award for Comics Strip Drawing (Filipino). Meanwhile, Enrera (R) poses for a photo opportunity with her awards in Editorial Writing(Filipino).

After their successful finish as top five finalists in the Regional Tertiary Schools Press Conference (RTSPC) last December, Dina Enrera and Jay Floresca of Sorsogon State College brought pride and honor to Bicol Region as they won national places in the recently concluded Luzonwide Higher Education Press Conference (LHEPC) last February 28 – March 2, 2018 in Baguio City.

Enrera, a national placer ever since elementary, snatched the 4th spot in Editorial Writing (Filipino) while Floresca grabbed the 6th and 7th spots for Comics Strip Drawing (Flipino) and Editorial Cartooning (Filipino) respectively. Both campus journalists were first timers in the national stage for the tertiary level.

Meanwhile, Bicol Region finished this year in the third spot outranking the other participating regions in the annual press conference.

 


Transparency Seal 2018

Compliance

SSC Compliance with Sec. 91 (Official Website and Transparency Seal) of Republic Act No. 10633 (General Appropriation Act, FY 2016) I. The agency’s mandates and functions, names of its officials with their position and designation, and contact information.

Agency Mandates, Vision, Mission and List of Officials

Annual Financial Reports

FAR No. 1 – Statement of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations, Disbursements and Balances
FAR No. 1A – Summary of Appropriations, Allotments, Obligations and Balances by Object of Expenditures
FAR No. 1B – List of Allotments and Sub-Allotments
FAR No. 2 – Statement of Approved Budget, Utilizations, Disbursements and Balances
FAR No. 2A – Summary of Approved Budget, Utilizations, Disbursements and Balances by Object of Expenditures
FAR No. 3 – Aging of Due and Demandable Obligations
FAR No. 4 – Monthly Report of Disbursements
FAR No.5: Quarterly Report on Revenue and Other Receipts
BED No. 1: Financial Plan
BED No. 2: Physical Plan
BED No. 3: Monthly Disbursement Program
BAR No 1: Quarterly Physical Report of Operation

Annual Procurement Plan

System of Ranking Delivery Units and Individuals

Reports of Targets and Accomplishments PBB Updates

  1. Form A Cascading of Department Performance Targets
  2. Form A1 Details of Bureau/Delivery Unit Performance Indicators and Targets
  3. Form B Department Targets on Key Programs and Targets
  4. Form A Department Performance Targets (Accomplishments)
  5. Form A1 Details Bureau/Office Performance Indicators and Targets Units (Accomplishments)
  6. Form B Department Targets on Key Programs and Projects Targets (Not Applicable)
  7. Form C Agency Targets and Accomplishments  for Planning Tool Commitments (Not Applicable)
  8. Good Governance Compliance
    1. Transparency Seal
    2. PhilGEPS Posting
    3. Aging Cash Advances
    4. SSC Citizens Charter
  9. MARC – MFO ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD
  10. Form 1.0 Report on  Ranking of Bureau/Offices/Attached Agencies/Delivery Units

Good Governance Conditions

EO No. 80 states that the Inter-Agency Task Force under AO No. 25 will set the good governance conditions for the PBB on an annual basis. The good governance conditions are based on the performance drivers of the Results-Based Performance Management System (RPPMS) financial stewardship, and leadership and growth.

Transparency Seal
PhilGEPS Posting
SSC Citizens Charter
Statement of Assets, Liabilities and Network (SALN)
ARTA Certificate of Compliance

Government Procurement Policy Board

REPORT ON GOVERNMENT PROJECTS/PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES FOR F.Y. 2016
Agency Procurement Compliance and Performance Indicator (APCPI) Self-Assessment Form (Annex A)
Consolidated Procurement Monitoring Report (Annex B) and Procurement Capacity Development Action Plan Template (Annex D)
Procurement Monitoring Report

List of Employees

Sorsogon Campus
Bulan Campus
Castilla Campus
Magallanes Campus

SSC hosts Bicol SCUAA 2018

The delegates of the nine participating State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) in their delegation uniforms during the opening ceremony of Bicol SCUAA 2018 at Balogo Sports Complex, Balogo, Sorsogon City

Sorsogon State College geared up 2018 by hosting this year’s BICOL SCUAA Meet with the theme, “SCUAA: Creating Bonds thru Sports in the 21st Century” last January 11-16, 2018.

The nine State Universities and Colleges (SUCs) which participated in this momentous gathering were Bicol University (BU), Bicol State College of Applied Science and Technology (BISCAST), Camarines Norte State College (CNSC), Camarines Sur Polytechnic College (CSPC), Catanduanes State University(CSU), Central Bicol State University of Agriculture (CBSUA), Dr. Emilio B. Espinosa Sr. Memorial State College of Agriculture and Technology (DEBESMSCAT), Partido State University (PSU) and Sorsogon State College (SSC).

 

Bicol University was declared as over-all champion after winning 123 gold, 62 silver and 38 bronze medals. Thus, official tally for the number of medals and the rank of the SUCs are presented below:

 

 

SUC

PLACE

RANK

GOLD

SILVER

BRONZE

BISCAST

29

25

16

3rd

BU

123

62

38

1st

CBSUA

32

18

29

2nd

CNSC

18

28

15

4th

CSPC

17

22

25

5th

CSU

14

33

29

6th

DEBESMSCAT

3

8

13

9th

PSU

4

25

19

8th

SSC

8

10

26

7th

 

A total of 1,872 delegates participated in this year’s SCUAA Meet with Bicol University having the biggest number of delegation summing up to 356; followed by BISCAST with 305; CSU, 227; CSPC, 215; CBSUA, 200; PSU, 170; SSC, 154; DEBESMSCAT, 135; and CNSC, 110.

 

 The representatives of these SUCs were accommodated at SSC- Sorsogon City Campus while the different events were held at the respective sports venues in Sorsogon including the SSC Covered Court and Quadrangle, Balogo Sports Complex, X-Treme Badminton Court, Alburo Spring Resort, Sorsogon Capitol Park Lawn Tennis Court, Sorsogon Provincial Gymnasium, SPPVS Gymnasium and the Gabao Airport.

 

Meanwhile, the mass and opening ceremonies of the event kicked off on January 12 (Friday) at the Balogo Sports Complex, Sorsogon City. The opening program highlighted the hoisting of the Bicol SCUAA Flag by the Philippine Association of State Colleges and Universities (PASUC) V Chairman and at the same time Sorsogon State College President Modesto D. Detera, followed by the hoisting of the delegation flags of the nine SUCs by their respective SUC Presidents and Sports Directors.

The SUC Presidents together with their Sports Directors hoisted their delegation flags as part of the opening ceremonies of Bicol SCUAA 2018.

 

The celebration was also graced by the presence of Governor Robert L. Rodrigueza and Congresswoman Evelina G. Escudero who welcomed the participants to the Province of Sorsogon and expressed their support and congratulations to Sorsogon State College as host of the regional event.

 

Accordingly during the opening program,, SSC was also awarded and recognized by the National Quality Assurance (NQA) through Mr. Ranilo Bernardino as the first institution in the province and the Bicol region to pass the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification under the latest 9001:2015 version, after the audit visit last December  20-21, 2017. The certificates of registration for the ISO certification were awarded to Dr. Helen R. Lara, Dr. Milagros Ebuenga, Mrs. Sheryll P. Gregory and Dr. Bernardo Quiñones as campus administrators of Sorsogon City Campus, Castilla Campus, Magallanes Campus and Bulan Campus respectively.

The other highlights of the opening ceremony include the Lightning of 2018 Bicol SCUAA Meet Friendship Flame by Ms. Aireen Mancilla, Taekwondo National Player; the Oath of Amateurism led by Mr. Thomas Encinares, Dance Sports National Player; the Unleashing of Balloons of Friendship by the SUC Presidents; and the Field Demonstration by the junior high school and selected college students of SSC.

Dr. Modesto D. Detera formally opened the celebration of BICOL SCUAA 2018.

The crowd cheered as the junior high school and selected college students of Sorsogon State College danced to the beat of the Nestle Wellness Dance.

SSC qualifies for ISO Certification

Dr. Helen R. Lara (Right) receives the Certificate of Registration issued by the National Quality Assurance (NQA) for Sorsogon City Campus after successfully complying and meeting the ISO 9001:2015 standards. In the photo (R-L), together with Dr. Lara are SSC President Dr. Modesto Detera, Congresswoman Evelina Escudero, Governor Robert Rodrigueza and NQA Lead Auditor Mr. Ranilo Bernardino. All four campuses of Sorsogon State College represented by their respective campus administrators, were awarded with the same recognition during the opening program of the Bicol Regional  SCUAA 2018 hosted by the college last January 11, 2018 at Balogo Sports Complex, Sorsogon City.

ENSURING EFFECTIVENESS, quality and excellence,  Sorsogon State College once again proved its dedication to continuously improve its system and services for being the first institution in the province and the Bicol region to pass the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) certification under the latest 9001:2015 version, last December  20-21, 2017.

The audit yielded eight good points, 13 Opportunities for Improvement (OFIs), and one minor non-conformity (NC). One of the main points highlighted in the audit is the commendable commitment of the top management, staff and auditees in implementing the institution’s Quality Management System (QMS). Meanwhile, the minor NC finding along the non-evidence of instructional materials submitted and approved for 2nd semester of S.Y. 2017-2018 for BS IT, BSED English and BSED Math of Bulan Campus was already complied by the concerned department.

Accordingly, the good points of the college gained during the audit include:

  1. Top management, staff and auditees’ commitment in implementing QMS was commendable
  2. The proper arrangement of supplies inside store room was commendable
  3. Set-up of security scanner in the library is noteworthy
  4. The consistency in the implementation of Class/Faculty Monitoring per semester and summary of rating is a good practice (Engineering)
  5. Clean & organized campuses is noteworthy (Bulan/Castilla/Magallanes)
  6. The comprehensive review of research papers was evidently seen (Research)
  7. The extension monitoring of accomplished extension projects is a good practice (Extension Services)
  8. The achievement of target beneficiaries from the accomplished extension projects is commendable

SSC VP for Administration gives his message and shares the institution’s preparation along the ISO certification audit during the Opening Meeting at the SSC-Board Room, December 20, 2017.

 The audit process used the sampling approach in which units were randomly selected for the audit. The certifying body was spearheaded by Lead Auditor Mr. Ranilo Bernardino together with Ms. Aurora Tabuton and Ms. Rhoda VI Demesa of the National Quality Assurance (NQA).

            To continuously assess the improvement of the college units, system and services, the next audit visit is scheduled on December 2018

Audited Units for Sorsogon City Campus 

Student Affairs & Services 

Top Management

Human Resource Management Office

Records Office

Admission Services

Engineering-Architecture Department

Library Services

Registrar’s Office

Medical & Dental Services

Research and Development Services

Physical Plant and Development Unit

BAC Unit

Security Unit

Extension Services

*other units including the Supply Office and ICT were also audited for Sorsogon City Campus

**Bulan, Castilla and Magallanes Campuses were also visited and audited on the second day, December 21, 2017

***the Audit Process was done randomly

Victory Pose.
Sorsogon State College officials, staff, faculty and personnel together with
the three NQA auditors during the closing
meeting of the ISO Certification Audit 

Tech celebrates Teachers’ Month

Bannering the theme “Gurong Pilipino, Kaakbay sa Progreso”, for this year’s Teacher’s month celebration, the students of the Technology Department expressed their love and gratitude to their teachers through letters, poems and song, and dance numbers last October 2, 2017 at the SSC Pavilion.

THANK YOU Faculty of the Technology Department received recognition from students during the Teachers’ Month celebration last October 2, 2017 at SSC Pavilion.                     PHOTO BY R BENZON

Initiated by the Technology Student Council (TSC), the minor organizations from the department each played its part in showcasing not only their talents but also sending heart-felt message to their teachers.
Among the faculty who were truly cherished by the students because of her passion in teaching was the dean of the department, Mrs. Geraldine De Jesus.

MTRCB promotes “Matalinong Panonood”

RATED G Congresswoman Evelyn “Nanay” Escudero (in blue) receives her certificate of appreciation for her support to MTRCB’s Matalinong Panonood Para sa Pamilya ni Juan at Juana advocacy, together with MTRCB board members Cristina Concordia, Vice Chairperson Emmanuel Borlaza, Carmen Musngi, Njel de Mesa, last July 9, 2017 at the SSC – Audio Visual Hall.  PHOTO BY R BENZON

Campaigning “Matalinong Panonood Para sa Pamilya ni Juan at Juana”, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) conducted a symposium for barangay officials, women organizations and SSCians last July 9, 2017 at the Audio – Visual Hall, Sorsogon State College.

Created under Presidential Decree No. 1986, MTRCB identified its scope of authority, and power and function, to include the supervising, regulating, and denying or cancelling of permits of all motion pictures, television programs, and publicity of materials.
Board member Teresita Villarama stressed the importance of classifying the material (television programs and films) which each family member watches. She exemplified some cartoon shows such as Tom and Jerry and how these kind of animated shows may corrupt the psychological behavior of young viewers.
Villarama also enumerated the ratings used for television programs, emphasizing Memorandum Circular No. 05-2011 which states that the pictogram advisory with an MTRCB logo shall be clearly superimposed at the right corner of the television screen throughout the entire showing of the program. These classification ratings include General Patronage (G) or shows that are suitable for all ages, wholesome and can be aired anytime; Parental Guidance (PG) for materials that are not suitable for children and requires the presence of parent or adult; and Strong Parental Guidance (SPG), for contents of more serious topic and theme, requires greater parental responsibility.
Meanwhile, Board Member Cristina Concordia classified additional ratings used for films which includes Restricted-13 (R-13) or films suitable for 13 years old and above; Restricted-16 (R-16) for contents that is appropriate for 16 years of age and older, these are films which may have any kind of language, natural and sexually-oriented nudity, violence and horror, prohibited drugs and their use as long as depiction of the following must be justified by the context, narrative or character development and must be age-appropriate; Restricted-18 (R-18), rating that does not mean that the film is “obscene”, “offensive”, or “pornographic” as these terms are defined by law.
Concordia stressed the last rating used for films which is the Not for Public Exhibition (X), These are films that are disapproved for public viewing, usually the kind of films that satisfies only the craving for gratuitous sex and/or violence, excretory functions and sexual conduct depicted in a patently lewd, offensive or demeaning manner, encourages the use of illegal drugs/ substances, clear attack against race, creed, or religion, glorifies criminals and condones crimes, and the likes.
Prior to this, the SSC Director of the Culture and the Arts Amelita Bernal shared her thoughts on the importance of regulating and classifying shows to every Filipino family.
The event was hosted by MTRCB Board Member Njel de Mesa, a multi-talented singer-songwriter, whose music got across international countries.