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(written for the 80th birthday of MIS Founder and President, Sylvia Lazo) The greatest sign of success for a teacher... is to be able to say, ’The children are now working as if I did not exist.’ – Maria Montessori.   As a student of Montessori, these words can only mean so much to the hearts of those …
Lo and behold! The dreaded week of exams has arrived!  Prior to our event, Araw ng Wika, wherein students of all grades work in unity to compose a performance of various national elements to represent and celebrate the national language, we are to face an obstacle, taking a step back from preparations. As the quarter and the …
This was an experience, and also a good memory for us all. This journey was utterly short, but the outcome of the whole trip was something worth the hours spending. The first destination was the famous Pinto Art Gallery of Antipolo. Pinto Art is no stranger to almost all the people in Antipolo. It is …
The Contemporary Social Issues subject brings current events and concerns to the forefront of thought. It is meant to spark awareness and insights among Grade 10 students. Last September, to remember the horrors of Martial Law 43 years ago, the Grade 10 class decorated bulletin board panels with infographics and prepared short skits. Their aim …
What do I want to be when I grow up? To explore that question, the students of Grade 9 embarked on a tour to three different places to learn about various job opportunities and the deeper process about how some careers function. The first part of the tour had us visit GMA Network, which was founded by …
- P.O. CIRCULAR NO. 3 Last September 8, 2018, the MCH-MIS Parents’ Organization conducted a workshop on Life Skills and Leadership Training for Youth Development. There were fifty-three attendees from the Elementary Student Council, Junior High School Council, Senior High School Student Government, team captains of the various sports clubs and teams, and other class officers of …