Paulinians make a marked difference!

Paulinians make a marked difference!

Paulinians make a marked difference!

Paulinians make a marked difference!

Paulinians make a marked difference!

SPUS Immediate Hiring!


SPUS Immediate Hiring!

Grade School
1. BEED Generalist

Junior High
1. Schience
2. Rel Ed
3. Aral Pan
4. Filipino
5. TLE Computer
6. Math
7. MAPEH

Senior High
1. English
2. Filipino
3. Social Sciences
4. Physical Science
5. ABM
6. Rel Ed
7. TLE Food Industry

Send your letter of application, resume and photocopy of supporting documents/credentials to:
The University President
St. Paul University Surigao through
Director Human Resource Management
St. Paul University Surigao
8400 Surigao City, Philippines

or email: hr@spus.edu.ph 

The Upcoming National and Local Elections, a Candidates Forum 2019


Aiming to enlighten the youth in line with the upcoming National and Local Elections, a Candidates Forum was conducted in the University Gymnasium earlier. In attendance were candidates from different parties and even independent candidates.

The candidates forum was organized and sponsored by Surigao Chamber of Commerce and Industry, 
Surigao del Norte Provincial COMELEC, Kapisanan ng mga Broadcasters ng Pilipinas (KBP), and Surigao Youth Convergence in partnership with St. Paul University Surigao.

Written by The Paulinian Herald

Student Clearance signing for AY 2018-2019


Student Clearance signing for AY 2018-2019 2nd semester will be on April 29-May 11, 2019.

Note:

*under SAO: The 'Student Activity Attendance Count' (one of the SAO Clearance requirements) covers 1st-2nd semester activities attendances, AY 2018-2019

*All graduating college students must settle their school clearances (SAO, Health Services, Guidance, CFO, Finance Services, etc) before attending graduation practices, claiming school records and credentials.

*All non-graduating college students must settle their school clearances (SAO, Health Services, Guidance, CFO, Finance Services, etc) before taking Final Examinations and/or enrolling for the Summer classes or AY 2018-2019.

OFFICIAL STUDENT CLEARANCE FORM and the OFFICES' CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS WILL BE POSTED SOON. Keep posted Paulinians.

Written by: The PauliWord Creative Media & Publications Team

April 2019 Monthly Celebration


Sponsoring Organization: College of Engineering 
Celebration: TLE/EPP/TVL/Livelihood

VALUE OF THE MONTH
Before trying to tune with others we will have to tune our own self as internally we are not in harmony how can we establish harmony with others? There must be harmony in our thoughts, speech and deeds. Normally, what we think we do not speak and what we speak we do not do. We think and utter words of virtues but do not have that courage to implement them. We think and expect that our child should always tell the truth but we can not follow it. If something wrong is going on around us, we think and say 'it is really bad' but do not have strength to resist it. Hypocrites are doing reverse they think bad and pretend to act well. So, we should be one with our conscience and bring harmony within.

SAINT OF THE MONTH
Pedro Calungsod, also known as Peter Calungsod and Pedro Calonsor, was a Roman Catholic Filipino migrant, sacristan and missionary catechist who, along with the Spanish Jesuit missionary Diego Luis de San Vitores, suffered religious persecution and martyrdom in Guam for their missionary work in 1672.

THEME OF THE MONTH
A cuisine is a style of cooking characterized by distinctive ingredients, techniques and dishes, and usually associated with a specific culture or geographic region. A cuisine is primarily influenced by the ingredients that are available locally or through trade. Religious food laws, such as Hindu, Islamic and Jewish dietary laws, can also exercise a strong influence on cuisine. Regional food preparation traditions, customs and ingredients often combine to create dishes unique to a particular region.

Layouts and Content: Noli Nols Raganas

SPUS and partner institutions sign work-based learning MOA


In pursuant of DepEd Order no. 39 Series of 2018 on work-based learning through work immersion of the Senior High School students, St. Paul University Surigao Senior High School Unit and partner institutions took into papers the partnership agreement on the Work Immersion deployment of the graduating SHS Paulinians at the International Conference Hall earlier this afternoon.
With 35 partner institutions and individuals, Mrs. Louie Galaura, Assistant Principal of the SHS Unit, expressed her deepest gratitude in her welcome message for taking a heed on the call through the said undertaking in pursuit of “preparing the students to meet the needs and challenges of employment.” More so, general instructions based on the DepEd order were also channeled out on the assembly.
On the other hand, Sr. Teresita Baricaua, SPC, Basic Education Principal, also extended her heartfelt appreciation to the partner institutions as they “embody the school’s educational goals which are to prepare the students develop their competencies and work ethics, and to strengthen their motivation to pursue their dreams.”
Prior to the actual signing of Memorandum of Agreement, CARAGA Regional Hospital representative Mr. Ronic B. Salmayor commended the unit for initiating the said event as to benchmark the work-based learning and further added that they “very much welcome” this kind of endeavor.
True with the goal to #LinkAndLearn, starting March 25, the graduating Senior High School students will have a 2-week deployment aligned with their chosen strand in the said partner agencies through the Work Immersion course.
Thank you so much our dear partners!