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USL relaunches Book Mobile Program

After two years of successful deployment of the Book Mobile project of the University of Saint Louis, it was once again brought to Liwan Sur Day Care Center on July 12, 2017. The redeployment program was facilitated by Mrs. Rosemarie Espanto, High School Technical Librarian, Ms. Charmaine Masuli, Acquisitions Librarian and Ms. Mary Angelique Baylon, Assistant to the Elementary Library Head. The project provides reading materials for the pre-schoolers of the said Barangay in a span of seven weeks. The group also facilitated some fun activities such as nursery rhymes, storytelling, and coloring.

ELEMENTARY LIBRARY CONDUCTS QUIZ BEE

The USL Elementary Library in partnership with the Young Readers Club conducted Quiz Bee featuring fables, legends and stories with moral lesson last October 13 and November 11, 2016 at the Elementary Library. The objectives of the activity were: 1) to market and promote the story book collection of Lola Basyang, Hiyas Christian Values, Adarna House, and Lampara Books, 2.) to develop the love of reading and libraries at a young age; and 3.) to promote among pupils Philippine-based fables, legends and stories with moral values written by Filipino authors and published in the Philippines. The activity was facilitated by Ms. Mary Angelique H. Baylon, Assistant to the Elementary Library Head and Juan Carlos Pajarillo, YRC President. Fourteen (14) YRC members participated in the said activity. Beatrice Malana (Grade 4 Jasmine) emerged as champion for the Junior Category while Princess Ey-ann Montaño (Grade 6 Daffodil) was the champion for the Senior Category.

YRC CONDUCTS ADOPT-A-PLANT AND PLANT PROPAGATION ACTIVITY

In support to the Kaibigan ng Kalikasan Program of the University of Saint Louis, the Young Readers Club (YRC) officers conducted Adopt-A-Plant and Plant Propagation activity last January 27, 2017.

Mrs. Arlyn Cristobal, YRC adviser and Elementary Library Head asked each YRC officer to bring their own cuttings of plants, plant them on existing pots with soil, and take care of them until the end of the school year. Some YRC officers were also assigned plants from the existing collection of the library to adopt and take care of. The objectives of the activity are: (1) to imbibe among pupils their role in protecting the environment in their own simple ways and (2) to keep them aware of the KKP being implemented in the university.  The activity was spearheaded by Juan Carlos Pajarillo, YRC President.

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