For the first time in Teacher Education Program’s history in Christ the King College, a jaw-dropping preparation has been made along with its classy red carpet, well-arranged fancy tables and well-prepared luscious food at Mo. Ignacia Gymnasium, only to host its first ever “Night of Success” on the 20th day of October.
TEP Officers decided to celebrate the anticipated event after the stressful final exams. This served as their reward party after the 1st semester’s uptight battle. TEP students really prepared for the said party for they looked elegant and sophisticated with their black, white and gold outfit, a perfect blend for the night’s cordial ambiance.
With the theme “One heart, One mind, One success” the goal of the TEP officers headed by Mrs. Sheena Marie Engarcial was to encourage and to motivate the aspiring educators to pursue the teaching career for it is the noblest profession.
To meet this goal, TEP Officers invited special guests who were once part of the TEP Family and a product of its very own institution. They were Mr. Jayson Digamon, Ms. Ericka Braga, and some of the proud LET passers; Ms. Mary Joy Licayan, Ms. Aiza Colis, Mrs. Juverlyn Salamangca and Mr. Lord Raph Aguilor.
“As teachers, we do not only teach the mind, touch the heart, but also transform the lives of the students”, said Digamon in his long inspirational message.
“We should aim to top the LET not just to pass the LET, so if ever we failed to top the LET at least we passed the LET”, he added.
Before the night ended, the TEP Officers together with their program dean, Sister Ma Felicisima L. Cruz RVM and the special partaking of Mrs. Joselita Canios, extended their appreciation through giving certificates to those students who have shown efforts, loyalty, and service to the Teacher Education Program during the first semester of the SY.2018-2019.
TEP students and the program dean were delighted to have the presence of the special guests for they made them proud and gave honor to the school and to the program itself.
The elegant party successfully ended with jubilant faces and a fueled spirit of passion to all aspiring educators.
“Enhancing Youth Competitiveness” – was this year’s theme for the very first ever “RAISON D’ETRE” language based program held at Christ the King College, Gingoog City,Mother Ignacia Gymnasium last October 7,2015 attended by both TEP and BSBA students. READ MORE