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        As part of ensuring quality education and services, SPAMAST submitted its programs to the Accrediting Agency of Chartered Colleges and University in the Philippines (AACCUP) evaluation last October 25-28, 2017. The said survey visit aimed at qualifying several programs to certain accreditation levels. The programs are the following; for Malita Bachelor of Science in Agri-Business (Level II); Bachelor in Agricultural Technology (Level II); Master of Arts in Education (Level II); and Master of Science in Marine Biodiversity (Level II); and for Digos Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Engineering (Level II), Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Forestry (Level II), Bachelor of Science in Information Technology (Level II), and Bachelor of Science To maintain a positive relationship with its stakeholders, the Southern Philippine Agri-Business, Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST) conducted a consultative conference last October 10, 2017 at the SPAMAST Audio visual room, Malita, Davao Occidental. The stakeholder’s consultative conference promoted transparency as they had invited the responsible persons from different offices of the institution. It is evident that SPAMAST was fervently attaining its goals. Team work as the theme of the conference, the school encouraged its stakeholders to participate in the planning session led by Dr. Nila Nanette S. Revilla, SPAMAST VP for Academic Affairs in going through potential programs to be offered by the institution. The session also demonstrated in Agriculture (LevelI). The accrediting team was headed by Dr. Emmanel P. Leaño from the Central Mindanao University (CMU) as the overall AACCUP coordinator and onboard were accreditors from the University of Southern Mindanao (USM), Basilan State College (BSC), Mindanao State University (MSU), Bukidnon State University (BSU) and Central Mindanao University (CMU). The accreditation survey visit commenced with an nitial cluster meeting of the SPAMAST task force led by the accreditation coordinator, Dr. Grace D. Buencillo of SPAMAST-Malita campus and Dr. Cindy B. Rosil of SPAMAST –Digos campus. Dr. Buencillo was joined by the assigned team and area leaders. A courtesy call took place on the second day and the
SPAMAST President, Dr. Irvin C. Generalao welcomed the accreditors. It took three days for the accreditation team to perform its duties and examine documents along with tangible evidences to assess each program submitted for accreditation. The team also paid a visit to sites where the College extended its service through their extension programs. During the exit conference, Dr. Leaño commended the SPAMAST team with special mention to the accreditation task force for the smooth process. The program went on with the accreditors’ impressions and recommendations for the areas and programs subjected for accreditation. With the positive responses, SPAMAST anticipates favorable results that will be announced next year.-Sheena Love Estilloso

         “Strive for progress.” This would be the perfect mantra for Southern Philippines AgriBusiness and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology- Digos Campus as the state college who ranked 3rd in the Top Five Performing State Universities and Colleges in Region XI for the September 2017 Licensure Examination for Teachers (LET) for first takers. The institution was also recognized for its performance in producing a graduate, Mary Jane Lisley Reyes, who landed on the 10th spot of LET examinees. Undoubtedly, this year’s feat etched SPAMAST Digos Campus as an academic institution that continues to progress and excel in the field of education. On the other hand, SPAMAST Malita
ranked 5th. SPAMAST campuses continued to soar high among the SUCs in the region. The schools included in the list of top performing SUCs are Davao del
Norte State College (1st), University of Southeastern Philippines – Davao City (2nd), and Davao Oriental State College of Science and Technology (4th). –Ma. Regina E. Robante

      Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology shown its incredible athletic prowess as it finished 3rd Runner Up in Sports with 17 golds, 5 silvers, and 4 bronzes during the Regional Sports, Culture and Arts Festival 2017 in Tagum City.

 

Names

Year and Course

Event

Specific Event

Awards

1.      Billones, Irish

II – BSED TLE

Arnis

Anyo

GOLD

Labanan

GOLD

2.      Adana, Christian

I – BSA

Athletics (Men)

3000 meter run

GOLD

4x400 meter Relay

GOLD

3.      Allego, Remark Jill

III – BSA

Athletics (Men)

Shot put Throw

BRONZE

4.      Belarmino, Jhon Rey

II – BSA

Athletics (Men)

Javelin Throw

BRONZE

4x400 meter Relay

GOLD

5.      Edloy, Arjay

III – BSA

Athletics (Men)

800 meter Run

GOLD

1500 meter Run

SILVER

4x400 meter Relay

GOLD

6.      Magalona, Laimar

III – BSA

Athletics (Men)

100 meter Dash

GOLD

200 meter Dash

GOLD

400 meter Dash

GOLD

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

7.      Santiago, Alexis

II – BSA

Athletics (Men)

Long Jump

BRONZE

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

8.      Soriano, Carlo

III – BSA

Athletics (Men)

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

9.      Mainit, Loreza

II – BSED TLE

Athletics (Women)

100 meter Dash

GOLD

Long Jump 

GOLD

Triple Jump

GOLD

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

4x400 meter Relay

SILVER

10.  Amante Rose, Amante

IV - BSED

Athletics (Women)

200 meter Dash

BRONZE

400 meter Dash

SILVER

4x100 meter Relay

GOLD

4x400 meter Relay

SILVER

11.  Gallego, Japeth O.

IV – BSAB

Taekwondo

Sparring

SILVER

 

 

Mr. Gideon I. Juezan was the coach of the athletics events and Mr. Gary Escoton for Arnis.

 

Gold medal holders and other outstanding student athletes from the college will then represent Region XI in the National SCUAA Game Competition to be held at Antique on February 18-23, 2018.

 

Furthermore, Philippine Association of State Universities and Colleges in Region XI (PASUC-XI) President Dr. Irvin C.  Generalao expressed his full support and confidence in the chances of the top athletes in the national sports festivities. –Ma. Regina E. Robante

 

 2017 RSCAF – SOCIO CULTURAL Results

SPAMAST remained to be one of the top three performing SUCs  in Socio Culture and Arts Events during the Regional Sports, Culture and Arts Festival 2017 last October 25-29, 2017 at Tagum City.

Mr. Jerson Patosa led the student performers in all their performances and Mr. Eric Rellon honed the candidates for Mr, and Ms. PASUC-XI 2017.

SOCIO CULTURE AND ARTS

NAMES

YEAR AND COURSE

EVENT

AWARDS

1.       LARANJO, KIM

III – BSED (BIO. SCI.)

CHARCOAL RENDERING

BRONZE

2.       MALLARI, ANTHONY BRYAN

III – BSAE

INSTRUMENTAL SOLO

BRONZE

1.       AQUINO, JAKE D.

IV – BSA

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

2.       CAÑEDO, HARVEY S.

IV – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

3.       DIOCAMPO, HONEY JANE

II – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

4.       ENERO, JAN CHRISTIAN D.

III – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

5.       LACIA, MERIJEL B.

III – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

6.       LACUMBA, LORRAINE LEIGH

IV – BSED

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

7.       LAWI-AN, DESIDERIO E.

I – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

8.       MANCERA, CHARITY APRIL C.

III – BSED (BIO. SCI.)

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

9.       NATAR, SPENCER P.

IV – BSED (BIO. SCI.)

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

10.    NOLASCO, MARY ANTONETTE

III – BSAB

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

11.    SAMONTE, AIME JEAN T.

IV – BSED (BIO. SCI.)

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

12.    VILLAGONZALO, JOBELL F.

III – BSED (BIO. SCI.)

FOLK DANCE

SILVER

13.    CARASCA, WALTER

III – BSAB

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

14.    CUICO, NIÑO

III – BSAB

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

15.    DOLORES, AL BARRY

III – BSED (TLE)

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

16.    DUMLAO, ADRIENNE

IV – BSIT

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

17.    ENERO, JAN CHRISTIAN

III – BSAB

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

18.    LAWIAN, DARWIN E.

III – BSED (TLE)

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

19.    SUAZO, JESSIE

IV – BSA

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

20.    TAMPIPI, NEIL JOHN

III –BSAB

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

21.    TSUGAWA, CHRISANTO

IV – BSAB

CONTEMPORARY

SILVER

22.    SAROL, JOHN CARL

III – BSA

MR. PASUC XI TALENT COMPETITION

BRONZE

23.    SOLMERON, MARIAN LOVE

IV – BSAB

MS. PASUC XI TALENT COMPETITION

BRONZE

24.    SOLMERON, MARIAN LOVE

IV – BSAB

MS. PASUC XI

BRONZE

 

 

    SPAMAST women softball team defended its niche during the regional state colleges and universities athletic association selection meet last October 26-29, 2017 at the Davao del Norte Sports and Tourism Complex, Tagum City.

    As one of the SUCs in the Davao Region, SPAMAST participated in the said socio-cultural and athletic meet together with the respective coaches, head of the delegation and the President of SPAMAST and of the PASUC Region XI, Dr. Irvin C. Generalao. 

    Aiming to become the best in the region, the women softball team was very determined to win against teams from other SUCs. They have been consistent in representing the softball women in Region XI in every national game particularly SCUAA friendship games.

    SPAMAST also landed 1st place in athletics and 3rd place in baseball. In socio-cultural events SPAMAST participants won 1st place in “Pagsulat ng Sanaysay”, 2nd place in folkdance, 2nd place in contemporary dance and 3rd place in the hip-hop dance competition.  

    Indeed, it was a great experience for the students, coaches and even for the administration to participate and hold the said regional meet. The value of sportsmanship and camaraderie were the center of the event. The winning team of the sporting events will again compete to the other SUCs all over the Philippines on February 18-23, 2017 at Antique.- Sheena Love Estilloso

   

 

    Digos City - Hard work paid off for an ukay-ukay vendor’s only daughter and consistent achiever who landed in the Top 10 in the September 2017 Licensure Examination for Teachers in the secondary level.

   Mary Lisley Jane Reyes, a Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics graduate from Southern Philippines Agri-Business and Marine and Aquatic School of Technology (SPAMAST), clinched the 10th spot with the rating of 91.00 percent. She was the sole top notcher from Davao Region among five State Universities and Colleges in the region.

   Reyes said that she did not expect to make it to the Top 10. Her high school friend texted her mother last November 27 in the morning,  She even did not believe the results at first, not until her father told her running and shouting and that she made it on top.

   While waiting for the LET results, Reyes was baby- sitting at her neighbor’s children and at night she’s a tutor to an older sister of the kid she’s taking care of with a salary of two hundred pesos a day, enough to help her mother sustain in their daily needs.

   Reyes shared that being on top was truly a blessing.

   Reyes shared she was not afraid to fail though many were expecting she will pass with flying colors. She said she decided to take the exam last September so that all her learned knowledge will still be fresh and new in her mind. The 21-year-old lady was a consistent dean’s lister in college, a salutatorian in high school, and the valedictorian of her batch in grade school.

    Seeing how hard life is, Reyes did not lose hope but instead took it as a challenge to strive more. Reyes had her studies financed well because she was a consistent scholar. For the first two years in college she was an academic scholar and the latter years she was a Department of Science and Technology scholar. She was truly blessed with intellect after maintaining good grades for her scholarships.

   Reyes admitted that it was really her dream of becoming a teacher in the future as she was inspired of the sacrifices her teachers did to help her learn.

   Reyes is the only daughter of Mr. Hermelino Costanos and Ms. Josephine Reyes. Her father didn’t have work at all because he’s already old and it was only her mother who works to earn a living selling ukay-ukay to different offices in Digos City.

   “Studying well with constant prayer and proper mindset of passing the board exam were my secrets to success. In fact, it was really my goal to top the LET in order to have an assurance for employment kay gusto naman gud nako nga muundang si mama ug pamaligya ug ukay-ukay, Or if not granted to top, at least I will still be able to pass the test having this mantra, ‘Reach for the moon even if you miss you will still land among the stars,” she said.

   “It was also my drive to make SPAMAST known all over the Philippines in the field of education because if I will top, it will directly speak of what is SPAMAST, an academe with top caliber professors and the good governance of the administration under the presidency of Dr. Irvin C. Generalao is truly worth exhilarating, maong dili jud nako sayangon ang panahon,” she said.

   “Right after the test, I really thought that topping the LET is now impossible for me because I really find difficulty in answering the professional education part of the test yet God is so good that He still granted the gift of being on top,” she shared.

   “I am still at cloud nine up to this time with all the greetings and salute for being on top. I offer this first to God for giving me not failures but rather blessings in disguise for it molded me to become a better person ready to hurdle life’s challenges. Next, to my parents for their sacrifices since birth. Third, to all my mentors since elementary up to college who helped me prepared in all the substantial information I need. And lastly, my friends and classmates who taught me to smile and cheers despite the life’s ups and downs,” she exclaimed.

   Reyes’ achievement was SPAMAST’s pride. She was asked by the school president Dr. Generalao to apply and teach at SPAMAST.

  “I really grabbed the offer of SPAMAST for in the first place, I owe them much of my years of studies. I would also want to help my fellow SPAMASTian to strive harder for them not to feel the burden before taking the LET. I want to give back the goodness I received,” Reyes shared.

   The Professional Regulation Commission announced that out of 46,626secondary teachers out of 107,020 examinees (46.37%) successfully passed the Licensure Examination for Teachers (L.E.T).

   In SPAMAST, there passing rate for their first timers is 77.14% with National Passing Rate of 46. 37% and its school’s overall passing rate is 59. 33%.

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