As the pioneering batch of the Senior High School (SHS) of Negros Oriental State University (NORSU), 802 Grade 11 students were oriented on their first day of classes in the University Gymnasium on June 13.
The orientation centered on the reputation NORSU upholds and the quality education it offers to its students.
Furthermore, SHS students were informed about the rules and regulations implemented in the university and how their classes are to be conducted.
To guide them along, Vice-President for Academic Affairs Rose Marie Pinili introduced the students to the SHS Chairpersons in the university.
Serving as both the acting-principal and assistant-principal for Academic track of the NORSU-SHS is Dr. Carlou Bernaldez and as assistant Principal is Jessie Cecilia Leyva for the technical vocational track.
Introduced to the students were the University Registrar Reymil Cadapan, Students Affairs Office Director Julio Ventolero, Librarian Ma. Felecris Bokingkito, University Dentist Marites Electona, Security Chief Officer PNP Ret. Rosalinda Abellon, and Quality Assurance Management Center Director Cesar Estrope.
Classes of SHS formally started on June 15 while a general assembly for all SHS parents and guardians took place on June 18.
By: Kenneth Carlorio Surilla
The NORSUnian Vol XXXIV Issue 3
June 20 – 24, 2016