“CKCians: Promote Unity, Camaraderie and Teamwork through Sports”. This timely theme ignites the atmosphere as Christ the King College celebrates the opening of the sports festival on September 5, 2017 at CKC school campus. The activity started with a paraliturgy at 7:00AM which was facilitated by the campus ministry in-charge, S. Ma. Ethyl Sorino, RVM which was followed by street parade with the grade school and high school Drum and Lyre Corps together with the police marshals, medical team, CKC faculty and staff, pupils and students from grade school to college.
With the intense heat of the sun, students, players, visitors, faculty and staff gathered together at CKC quadrangle for the opening ceremony. The presentation of delegates & delegation heads were introduced by Ms. Shirley Omahoy for the Integrated Basic Education and Mr. Jaffy Glenn Guillena for the College and acknowledged with resounding cheers and chants from their members. Selected GS performing arts pupils led the invocation and followed by Pambansang Awit, School Hymn and Himno ng Gingoog. Subsequently, the raising of delegation banners, lightning of the urn headed by 3 CKCians’ national players, the oath of officiating officials headed by Mr. Dennis Dela Cerna, the oath of amateurism led by Mr. Eric Franz Bacasnot, and the declaration of the opening of CKC intramurals 2017 was led by our very own, Sister President Rufina B. Guillano, RVM. Student players are excited and agitated ready to conquer and create another sport’s history
The most awaited event for the first day of a week-long sports fest was the Cheerdance competition by both High School and College Department. The competition will never be complete without the presence of the board of judges: Mr. Arvin Ambal, Ms. Evelyn Dago, and Mrs. Maricel Jimenez, the chairman of the board.
The impressive moves and extreme stunts were seen in every team. For the college department, the presentation followed, respectively: Chimera Maroons (Accountancy Program), Blue Phoenix (Teacher Education Program), Purple Jaguars (Criminology Dept.), Green Raptors (Social Work & IT Dept.), and last but not the least the Golden Tigers (BSBA Department). The one declared as the champion for this year’s cheerdance competition was the Green Raptors.
Sports events started in the afternoon in the same day and ended in the afternoon of September 9, 2017. It lasted for 4 days where all teams were able to conquest other teams as the system called round robin.
The front-runners of this year’s Intramurals 2017 were as follows:
1st Chimera Maroons, 2nd Red Stallions, 3rd Purple Jaguars, 4th Blue Phoenix, 5th Golden Tigers, and 6th Green Raptors.
Through the collaborative efforts of everybody, Intramurals 2017 has served its purpose. It developed students’ “manlike-attitude” in dealing with others as they manifested team work, unity and camaraderie among members of the community.
Christ the King College joins the whole Catholic Church celebration of Ash Wednesday. This is the beginning of Lent where Catholics are reminded to give alms, fast and pray.
Rev. Fr. Renerio G. Sabuga, Jr. SSJV, presided the Institutional Mass at the Mother Ignacia Gymnasium at 7:30 in the morning. During the imposition of ashes the RVM sisters assisted the priest and so with Jaffy Glenn D. Guillena, a lay minister. The mass was seriously attended by the academic community. During the final blessings the priest greeted everyone a happy valentine’s day and he further explains that dying on the cross by our savior Jesus Christ is the greatest expression of love.
Lourdes College, Cagayan De Oro City celebrated its 90th Founding Anniversary last February 7 to February 11, 2018. The host school invited the other RVM Tertiary schools in Northern Mindanao, namely: Christ the King College-Gingoog City, St. Rita’s College of Balingasag, St. Michael’s College of Iligan and Saint Mary’s College of Labason for a Personnel Chorale Presentation and a Friendly Basketball Game played by the students.
Christ the King College personnel participated the chorale presentation which was held at the Lourdes College Auditorium last February 10, 2018. The personnel were able to perform well on stage with these song titles Dry Bones, I will Follow Him and Aba Ginoong Maria. The audience was delighted upon hearing the music during the presentation and the master of ceremony describes the facial expression of the singers as “jaw-breaking”. The activity was ended through giving of the certificate of participation to the five (5) clustered schools by the school president, S. Ma. Rufina B. Guillano, RVM.
The school also sends delegate for a Friendly Basketball Game last February 9 -10, 2018 at Lourdes College-Macasandig, Cagayan de Oro City. The game was so tight among the five schools. At last Lourdes College won the game as Champion and Christ the King College garnered the 2nd runner-up. The awards were given during the choral presentation at Lourdes College Auditorium.
Christ the King College held its 269th Death Anniversary of Mo. Ignacia del Espiritu Santo on September 11, 2017. The celebration started with a morning praise followed by a community Eucharistic celebration presided by Fr. Popoy, SSJV. The Integrated Basic Education and college students as well as the members from Mo. Ignacia Movements (MIM’s) and some of the parents joined the said event.
The annual event is one way to remind all CKCians to emulate the good deeds of Mo. Ignacia. It is indeed a great act of showing God’s love that Mo. Ignacia has showed to us. She started to live in solitude, which attracted other young women to join her and this became the start of the foundation of their group known as the Beatas. There was no idle moment of her; she imbibed her father’s hard work, humility, patience and endurance along with her mother’s strong faith in God, courage and simplicity, and the total transformation that she possessed are the cardinal virtues that drowned her by the Holy Spirit.
Fr. Popoy also gave us some tips on how to be like her. He said that, we should have to ask guidance from our Almighty Father, so that we will be directed in all our ways in life. Further, he said that we must give ourselves a moment of inner silence every day so in that way, we will know that God is already talking to us.
After the Eucharistic celebration, CKCians extended their utmost service to help those who are in need especially those in Marawi City, where the war between the local terrorist and armed-forces are still fighting. The IBED and college students generously offer amount of money to solidify the unity of being one CKCian Community. Other programs had their outreach program to the different institutions within Gingoog City to extend humanitarian concern and let them feel that we are interdependent to each other.
Let us always bear in our minds and hearts that like Mo. Ignacia, she showed a great manifestation of showing God’s love and mercy to her people in extending service even in the smallest way, as Lao Tzu was once said, “Great deeds come from small acts.”
On the occasion of our 69th Founding Anniversary, we strengthen our commitment to transform for the better, the lives of all our students and personnel.
As a Catholic and RVM school, we believe that a world deeply rooted in peace, justice and care for the creation is possible, but will need educated persons of competence, conscience, character, culture and compassion.
November 11, 2016 Institutional Mass @ the MIDES Gym
November 11-19, 2016 Novena Prayers
November 14-20, 2016 Photo Exhibit @ the College Lobby
November 18, 2016
7:00 a.m. Morning Praise
7:30 a.m. Street Parade with Dance Exhibition
9:00 a.m. Invocation
Junior High Performing Arts
S. Ma. Nora R. Joson, RVM
Walk Down Memory Lane
Silver and Golden Jubilarians
Evolution of Music
Basic Education Students
GS, SMA, and HS
Mass Dance Presentation
1:30 p.m. Outreach Programs
A Visit to the Hospitals and Charitable Organizations in Gingoog City
November 19, 2016 Alumni Day
7:00 am Mass at St. Rita Parish Church
9:00 am Grand Parade of the Alumni
6:00 pm Alumni Homecoming Party @ the MIDES Gym
November 20, 2015 Solemnity of Christ the King
4:30 a.m. Dawn Procession
Benediction & Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
(All faculty, staff, students, alumni and guests are invited)
5:30 a.m. Eucharistic Celebration
7:00 a.m. AGAPE
Our participation in this activity will:
RVM Lay Associates from Christ the King College-Gingoog City participated in the Lay Associates General Assembly last August 28, 2016 held in the RVM Regional House, Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City. READ MORE
“Our unity makes us invincible, our hardwork secures a better future for our city”.
-Hon. Mayor Marie de Lara Guingona
“Pagkakaisa, pagaambagan, pagsulong” is this year’s theme for the 118th celebration of the country’s independence, Titled; “KALAYAAN 2016” held on the 20th of June at the Rizal Park of Gingoog City. The annual celebration was spearheaded by City Mayor Marie de Lara Guingona along with the City Council and City Tourism Office. A number of Patriotic citizens and members of public and private sectors attended the said event along with the Philippine National Police, Boy Scouts of the Philippines, and the Criminology students of Christ the King College. As a tribute to the occasion the patriotic celebration the entire Plaza was adorned with the colors of the Watawat symbolizing Purity, Strength and Love.
The event started with “Pagimok” the evolution of the Philippine national flag and followed by the tableau presentation called “Hulagway” performed by the SPA students of GCCNHS, it was followed by the Parade of Colors and hoisting of the national flag which was lead by the PNP, BFP, BJMP and Mrs. Tita Gonzales Garrido, CPA in behalf of Hon. Marie de Lara Guingona. The singing of the national anthem was again lead by the PNP and PO1 Earl Adrales Cultura presided the “Panunumpa ng Watawat” as an exaltation of loyalty and respect to the incumbent flag of the Philippines.
A salute was then given by the PNP and of the Free and Accepted Masons of the Philippines accompanied by 21 Gunshots symbolizing recognition and Honor to the tall standing flag of the nation. Rev. Rene M. Mission offered an Ecumenical Prayer for the nation, strengthening the relationship of man and God aiding us Filipinos in our desires of freedom and independence.
A rendition of Philippine “Kalayaan” songs were offered by Princess Xyra Lictao and Cherrie Laurene Uba, 2016 Stairway to the Stars Grand champions as an Ode to the Historical event. Illuminating the spirit of patriotism, Hon. Mayor Marie de Lara Guingona prepared an Independence Day address but due the the circumstances, Mrs. Tita G. Garrido CPA, read her address in her behalf, after which started the highlight of the event ~ the Wreath Laying Ceremony to the monument of the Country’s National Hero Gat. Jose Rizal and to the Monument of the War Veterans. The City Mayor’s Office was the first one to offer and followed by local offices, civic organizations, non- government organization and private sectors including Christ the King College with the presence of our Dean of Student Affairs Engr. Al-Monte Vince M. Calo, Institutional Quality Assurance Officer Mr. John Paul C. Palad, Ms. Elieda L. Apor, Mrs. Sheila P. Abatayo from the Basic Education Department and select Criminology students, the celebration ended with a performance from the City Tourism Office which presented the folk dances of the Philippines.
This year’s celebration is no different from the past excluding the program and embroidery, but different or not the goal and pride stays the same. June 12 marks a historic change in the course of our country’s era, together we will keep the independence through “Pagkakaisa, pagaambagan, pagsulong”. We may not fight like the way our heroes did but surely we can do as great as them in our own ways. Honor the country, respect the national flag. Mabuhay Pilipinas!
On June 29, 2016, the “Symposium on Responsible Netizenship” was held at the Mother Ignacia Gymnasium which started at exactly 9:00 in the morning.
The central focus of the activity is to provide an avenue for the student to engage in the community safety and responsibly. Thus, this activity is specifically designed to inform and orient the CKC College community of proper etiquette in using social media. This is the objective of the said activity.
The emcees who are Mr. Khris Danielle F. Jalog and Kate Jazz Omahoy call Mr. Jomar Llevado, BSIT Program Head for his opening remarks. Then the emcees read the educational and work attainment of the guest speaker, after the introduction they now call Mr. Renel Jay A. Quirit, MIT, DepEd IT Officer for the part one of the symposium.
“What is Netiquette?” Mr. Quirit asked to the students then he proceeds to the other slide of the presentation and said “Netiquette is a set of rules for behaving properly online.” Then he said “They won’t answer all your Netiquette questions. But they should give you some basic principles to use in solving your own Netiquette dilemmas.” Rule 1: Remember the human. Rule 2: Behave like real life. Rule 3: Know where you are in the cyberspace. Rule 4: Respect other people’s time and bandwidth. Rule 5: make yourself look good online. Rule 6: Share ideas or share expert knowledge. Rule 7: Control your anger/Help keeps wars under control. Rule 8: Respect privacy/Respect other people’s privacy. Rule 9: Do not abuse your power. Rule 10: Be forgiving. With the help of this core rules of being a responsible netizens then things will be just fine and nothing’s going to go wrong or there is no one that will be hurt.
At the second part of the symposium Mr. Quirit talks about the Consequences and the R.A. 10175 which is also known as “Cybercrime Law”. He also included some of the crimes commented by netizens those are illegal access, illegal interception, data interference, system interference, misuse of devices, and so many more. At the end of his talk, he said that “Face your problems, don’t facebook.”
After the talk Mr. Quirit has been given a certificate of appreciation for sharing his knowledge to the students, then followed by the closing remark by Mr. Gerardo Mandam, PSITS President then lastly the closing prayer led by Ms. Justine Joy Botero – PSITS Vice President – Spiritual.
The City Government of Gingoog in coordinaton with the Department of Science and Technology through the Information and Communications Technology Office (DOST-ICTO)-10 will be holding a halfday forum on Rural Impact Sourcing (RIS) on June 7, 2016 at 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. at the City Hall’s Penthouse.
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