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Kapatid ng CSNB Foundation, Inc. is the charity arm of CSNB that sustains and advocates education as right for all children regardless of any incapacities; financial, physical and mental. We hope for stronger district, provincial and national fund drive.
If you have any queries or wish to make feedback,suggestions please contact us:
with PABX lines in each major office or work area.
Or email any member of the management team
Or secure post activity review form from the principal.
Or accomplish the service evaluation form attached in the student guide
Or follow Article IX of the student guide for any formal complaint.
We believe that our current plans/programs summarised in the k-12 whitepaper will distinguish CSNB .
By 2020, we shall have exceeded the expectations of the CSNB’s master Plan and will be able to show the best of outcomes for pupils.
These features will set us apart:
· The excellence of our people - not least those involved with pupils
· The excellence of our facilities
· The excellence of our relationships
· The excellence of our information systems
· The excellence of our service to pupils
· Accessible and responsive services
· Responding to what parents tell us is not working
· A School that offers services at times and places to meet each pupil's needs
· A School that is open with parents and the public about its strengths and weaknesses
· The excellence of employment of staff
· An employer of first choice
· A School with strong internal systems and communication
· A School that prizes family & community focussed education
· An open and honest employer which encourages staff to reflect on and learn from their performance
We are deeply passionate in providing the best catholic leadership education and formation to our students making them locally and globally competitive. We embody our core values that have been nurtured by CSNB, a caring Christian/catholic school that believes in the inherent goodness and uniqueness of members, non-discriminatory and that provides equal opportunities in education and employment. We believe that CSNB can be best in the world by igniting and empowering the students/teachers(school), the parents(home) and the community on the true standards and practices of good governance, well blended with Christian and corporate convictions. With the above convictions, we commit our resources in decongesting and refining our standard, curriculum and services. We shall aim in implementing the new 12 years basic education(K to 12 law) from previous 10 years traditional curriculum, hence, ensuring local and global employability of all Filipinos.
God bless. Robert Vicente Chairman & President
ACTIVITIES FOR THE MONTH OF MARCH 2019
1 Regular class day
4-8 Regular class days
6 Ash Wednesday/2nd Wednesday mass
11-15 Regular class days
17 3rd Sunday Mass
18 Regular class day
19-21 4th Quarter Exam
22 Color Zumba c/o SPC
25-29 Regular class days
March 11, 2019
In connection with the effect of the increase in electric consumption and with the approval of the 4 day classes during parents meeting last Saturday, the following are the schedule to follow from grades 5-10 starting this week to the last week of April 2019.
Grade 5-6 M, T, W, F (No classes every Thursday)
Grade 7 M, W, TH, F (No classes every Tuesday)
Grade 8 M, T, TH, F (No classes every Wednesday)
Grade 9 T, W, TH, F (No classes every Monday)
Grade 10 M, T, W, TH (No classes every Friday)
Subject teachers will provide activities to be done at home while having the Independent Cooperative Learning (ICL) at home. Parents are encouraged to monitor and guide their children for the success of the said schedule.
Remember that this action is not just to reduce electric bill, consumption or load but also to protect our people and investments as this increase in capacity demand is a fire hazard.