Friday, September 23, 2016

FREE FSL Class for ANHS Students, Faculty and Staff opens!


Big Brother and Big Sister Career Talk Sir Roel M. Llido

Sir Roel M. Llido, a Chef (works in a restaurant in Laguna) shared his experiences, challenges, his numerous training as a worker in the food industry. 

A creative presentation done by one of the speakers, Roejen Fernandez.

Roejen, an alumnus of ANHS Batch 2010, showed his impressive body of work as graphic designer.

Our Future chefs, computer-related employees from Grade 10 and SHS with the speakers after the event organized by the GCSU.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Gawad Parangal 2016

         There is no measure to the love that our ANHS Sign Language Interpreters extend to our Deaf learners.  We  cannot repay them for the sacrifices, hard work and love they have for the students. 
         This love stems from the love and grateful hearts of our Deaf learners in the Adult Night High School.  
        This school year, through the generosity of our principal and administrators, the PDL "dream" of finally having a separate award/recognition for the outstanding work extended by our Sign Language Interpreters in ANHS, has become a reality.  We, Mr. Noel (former PDL Moderator) and I, believe that through this simple recognition, we will be able to say thank you to our hardworking SLIs.  
        We are blessed to have such generous and hardworking SLIs in ANHS, if we can give them all awards for the "unseen" work they do, we would.  
         To our very first GAWAD PARANGAL SIGN LANGUAGE recipient, Mr. RODEL D. LAUREL, congratulations!

Mr. Rodel D. Laurel, our 1st Gawad Parangal Awardee!

Tuesday, September 6, 2016

PNASLI General Assembly

Our hardworking Sign Language Interpreters took part in this year's PNASLI 4th Geenral Assmbly entitled Sign Language Interpreters  - Rising Above the Challenge last September 3, 2016 at DLS - CSB. 


Parent - Deaf Child Encounter 
It is always a blessed opportunity for LSGH - ANHS' Program for Deaf Learners (PDL) to meet and interact with one of our partners, the parents and guardians of our Deaf learners.  This year we have blessed to have 39 of our 43 parents/guardians take part in our annual activity. 

We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude to the following groups and individuals for their significant and generous contribution to the PDL's annual  Parent – Deaf Child Encounter held last August 22, 2016 at the CAC Hall. 
       -  Br. Victor A Franco, FSC at sa lahat ng La Salle Brothers 

  • To all ANHS Administrators headed by Mrs. Agnes C. Alonsozana Mrs. Geberlie M. Roesch (Registrar), to all our coordinators. 
  •  to the members of the faculty and the homeroom advisers for continuously guiding our Deaf learners
  • To our Sign Language Interpreters who prepared and lead our Deaf learners 
  • To the support staff who assisted the preparations especially Miss Badeth, Sir Edward, Miss Badeth and Sir Mark.
  • To our resource speaker and facilitator, Counselor for the Deaf Miss Rosario Rachelle S. Tasiatco, and Miss Rhea N. Namol. 
  • To the members of the Deaf Buddy Club headed by Miss Rhea M. Namol  
  • To all our Deaf students and Deaf Leaders for August
  • Most of all to our deaf parents and guardians    
Marami pong salamat! Pagpalain nawa kayo ng Panginoon.  Animo La Salle!

Miss Avelina Garduque, this year's master ceremony.

Miss Agnes Alonsozana, ANHS Principal,sharing her message to our parents and guardians.

Miss Rosario Rachelle S. Tansiatco, our Counselor for the Deaf, this year's resource speaker.  Miss Bing shared significant insights on the topic "How to Manage Acceptable and Unacceptable Behavior of our Deaf Children", through her expertise and personal experiences through the support given by her own parents and family.

Registration facilitated by the members of the Deaf Buddy Club and Deaf Leaders of August before the activity.
One of our Grade 9 Deaf students, Jeffrey B. Sarenas, sharing his experiences as Deaf child with a Deaf parent.

Saturday, August 20, 2016

August 22, 2016 is another special day for the PDL - it is the annual Parent - Deaf Child Encounter.  This activity is a wonderful opportunity for the PDL and ANHS to meet with the parents and guardians of our Deaf learners!

Tuesday, August 2, 2016

September Deaf Leaders
"The challenge of leadership is to be strong, but not rude; be kind, but not weak; be bold, but not bully; be thoughtful, but not lazy; be humble, but not timid; be proud, but not arrogant; have humor, but without folly." —Jim Rohn

       One inspiring quote we remember about Deaf is the line, the only disability in life is a bad attitude.  We share this important thought of helping our learners realize their potential as leaders in their own simple ways.  In our aim help our learners realize their potentials as future humble leaders, the PDL started the program of having monthly Deaf leaders.  OThe program began last year with the simple aim of having a point person who will disseminate information, remind Deaf learners, inform the PDL office of Deaf concerns.  In the first year of implementation last school year 2015 -2016, Monthly Deaf leaders were  chosen based on their length of stay in ANHS.  
       The program allowed for smooth flow of information between and among Deaf learners and SLIs to the PDL office.  This year, all Deaf learners are given the chance to serve as Deaf leaders, they are expected to have short monthly meetings with the PDL Moderator and with their SLIs.  Initially our Deaf learners felt that the task is of Herculean proportions, but on the third month of implementation last school year, Deaf learners were excited to serve as leaders for their classmates. Our student Deaf representative last school year, Mr. Ferdie Genoguin shared Deaf learners were happy to be Deaf leaders because they are able to prove their capacity as potential leaders. 
      Our Sign Language Interpreters (SLIs) shared during the evaluation of the activity done in March and June 2016, shared that Deaf learners find the responsibility challenging.  This school year, after the feedback session, the PDL team decided to assign Deaf leaders based on their alphabetical listing, and alternating male and female students every month. 
       To our Deaf leaders, thank you for all your help. 
              Deaf Leaders for August

Evelyn C. Gatapia
Glydhl Mae L. Fernandez
Rio Shielo H. De Leon
Hannah M. Saur
Mariel H. De Leon
Cammille M. Celestra