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  • SPUD @ 113th: Guidelines of Activities


    MOTORCADE

    Date: Monday, October 23, 2017

    Assembly Time: 9:00 A.M.

    Assembly Area: Perdices Street – front of Dumaguete Cathedral Church
    (facing South)

    Start of the Motorcade: 10:00 A.M.

    Route: From Perdices Street proceed South, turn left entering Colon Street proceed East, turn left entering Rizal Boulevard proceed North, turn left entering San Juan Street proceed West, turn right entering National Highway ~ Veterans Avenue proceed North, turn right entering L. Rovira Road, Bantayan proceed East, turn left entering Gate 3 of SPUD campus.


    GUIDELINES:

    1. The assembly time is 9:00 a.m. at Perdices Street, Dumaguete City (front of Dumaguete Cathedral Church).

    2. The motorcade will start at exactly 10:00 a.m.

    3. Only the Administration, the Personnel, High School Alumni, and Student Representatives in four-wheeled vehicles are allowed to join the motorcade.

    4. The students who are driving their motorcycles and do not have driver’s license are not allowed to join in this motorcade.

    5. Each contingent shall have an identification banner of their respective unit or department or alumni batches and a tarpaulin or streamer that would inform the public about the celebration.

    6. Any contingent who is found under the influence of drugs, liquor, and/or alcoholic beverages will not be allowed to join the motorcade.

    7. Smoking cigarette, drinking of liquor or alcoholic beverages while on motorcade is strictly prohibited.

    8. All contingents shall enter the SPUD campus and pass through the reviewing stand to be properly acknowledged.

    9. The parade committee shall be the one to maintain and facilitate the order and flow of the motorcade.


     BOOTH/EXHIBIT

    ALUMNI EXHIBIT / BOOTH GUIDELINES

    • Each participating batch will be provided with a foldable board.
    • Each batch will decorate -their own assigned board and place their exhibits in their own unique way starting on October 18-22, 2017.
    • They may create a video presentation or a slide show about their batch (e.g. achievements, unforgettable experiences in SPUD and the like) to be played randomly in the exhibit area.

    DEPARTMENTAL BOOTH GUIDELINES

    • Each unit will be given a booth area for games, “pakulo”, souvenir items and the like.
    • Designated area will be in draw lots system.
    • The booth units are: JHS alumni, JHS, GS, SHS, CAED, CON, CBIT, Staff and Maintenance, SAO, ROTC/Security, Calo Farm, Graduate Schools, Concessionaires Booth and sponsoring agencies like Globe and Jollibee.
    • Exhibit booth size will be 3 meters x 3 meters while Food Booths for concessionaires will be 5 meters x 5 meters. (canopy per booth)
    • Exhibit booths will be at the side of the gym and the HS alumni are fronting the HS building while Food Booths will be in front of the old GS building.
    • No booth shall exceed the booth dimension or height restriction.
    • Balloons, Styrofoam are strictly not allowed as booth decorations.
    • Fire extinguishers should be available within the booth vicinity.(FMGS/SAO Office)
    • One Electrical outlet will be installed per booth by the FMGS and it must be properly secured to prevent from stepping and being wet.
    • Electrical equipment must be installed, operated and maintained in a manner that does not create hazard to life and property.
    • All sound systems should be regulated and must be totally put off during programs held at the ballfield.
    • Concessionaires are welcome but they have to coordinate with the Finance Office as early as October 15, 2017.
    • Concessionaires approved by the Finance Office must declare the tools/equipment they need to use in the Food booth especially those that consume electricity.
    • Concessionaires should provide their own sub meter for easy monitoring of electrical consumption and garbage bags to ensure and maintain the cleanliness of the school campus.
    • Concessionaires will be the one to provide their own canopy for the food booth.
    • Clearance from the Chairman on Security must be secured by all concessionaires after dismantling their Food Booth.
    • Booth lay-out and set-up will be done on October 17-18, 2017
    • Dismantling of all booths will be done in the afternoon of October 29, 2017 and should make sure that they leave the area clean.


    CONCERT FOR A CAUSE

    TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT:

    Benefactors / Alumni: Php 1,000
    Sponsors: Php 500,  Php 300 and Php 100
    General Admission (Students): Php 50


     GRAND PARADE

    Date: Friday, October 27, 2017

    Assembly Time: 2:00 P.M.

    Assembly Area: QUEZON PARK & STA. CATALINA STREET, DUMAGUETE
    CITY (facing North)

    Start of the Parade: 3:00 P.M.

    Route: From Sta. Catalina Street proceed North, turn left entering Dr. V. Locsin Street proceed West, turn right entering Veterans Avenue or National Highway proceed North, turn right entering L. Rovira Road, Bantayan proceed East, turn left entering Gate 3 of SPUD campus.


    GUIDELINES:

    1. The assembly time is 2:00 p.m. at Sta. Catalina Street, Dumaguete City (between City Hall and Quezon Park).

    2. The parade will start at exactly 3:00 p.m.
    3. All students, personnel and alumni are expected to join the parade.

    4. Motorcycles are discouraged except for the medics/Red Cross Youth members and members of the parade, communication, safety and security committee.

    5. Students, faculty and other personnel should wear the department T-shirt during the parade.

    6. Each contingent shall carry an identification banner of their respective unit or department or alumni batches.

    7. The walking contingents may carry props like flaglets representing their department/unit. The use of balloons as props and decorations are strictly prohibited.

    8. In celebration of its 100 years, the Junior High School Department shall have a float not exceeding 4 meters in height from the ground.

    9. High school alumni who will be joining the parade shall provide their floats not exceeding 4 meters in height from the ground.

    10. Mascots may walk with the unit.

    11. Grade school pupils and participants below 10 years old may take their ride, provided that it is not individualized so that it will still represent the whole grade level/department.

    12. Signage will be provided and the volunteers will facilitate the order of the parade.

    13. All walking contingents shall walk by 6 and maintain its pace so as not to make a long gap with the other contingents.

    14. Any contingent who is found under the influence of drugs, liquor, and/or alcoholic beverages will not be allowed to join the parade.

    15. Smoking cigarette, drinking of liquor or alcoholic beverages while on parade is strictly prohibited.

    16. All contingents shall enter the SPUD campus and pass through the reviewing stand to be properly acknowledged.

    The parade committee shall be the one to maintain and facilitate the order and flow of the parade.


     CENTENNIAL JAMMING SESSION WITH ACOUSTICS 

    1. The acoustic jamming will start right after the parade on Oct. 27, 2017 at the SPUD Ballfield.

    2. Prior the jamming session will be a short program for the recognition of the SPUD former high school teachers.

    3. All participating batch are encouraged to provide their own tables and food for the AGAPE. Chairs can be provided.

    4. Acoustic jamming follows. So every batch is invited to jam or perform a song ( a representative or a group to perform).

    5. Simultaneously, there shall be a montage of pictures or videos from the batch to be flashed on a projected screen.

    6. For further inquiries please contact the Acoustic Night Jamming chairperson, Mrs Zyrakane Mae Navarro at 09970895983 or e-mail at z.navarro90@yah00.com.


    BALIK-TALENT LECTURE SERIES

     

    OBJECTIVES

    1. Afford opportunities for our alumni who have excelled in their chosen field to  show gratitude to the Alma Mater by sharing their expertise or experiences  to  the Paulinians;
    2. Inspire our  young Paulinians to develop their potentials / talents;
    3. To enhance faculty, students ‘development through the talks or lectures.

    DETAILS OF ACTIVITIES

    1. To invite alumni who are excelling in their fields to share through lecture Talk on “A Testimony on How the Paulinian Graduates Survive in Real World Guided by the Paulinian Core Values”. This is to be done simultaneously by Department.
    2. Invite Paulinian Alumni to be Speakers for the Convocations and Recognitions /
      other activities or sessions.

    FIELD DEMONSTRATION

    OBJECTIVES

    1. To keep the SPUD tradition alive.
    2. To provide opportunity for students’ participation during the 113th Founding Anniversary.
    3. To make provide a festive mood by presenting the different Philippine Festivals.

    PARTICIPANTS

    Nursery and Kinder PAHIYAS Lukban, Quezon
    Grades 1-3 ATI-ATIHAN Kalibu,  Aklan
    Grades 4-6 KADAYAWAN Davao City
    Grades 7-8 DINAGYANG Ilo-Ilo City
    Grades 9-10 PANAGBENGA Baguio City
    Grade 11A & 12A MASSKARA Bacolod City
    Grade 11 B PENTA FLORES San Carlos City
    Grade 12 B ASEAN (Finale)  

     

    GUIDELINES

    1. Each unit will represent a festival through draw lots.
    2. Members of the Band & Orchestra and participants of the Night Events are exempted to join the Field Demonstration.
    3. The schedule of practices will be communicated to each unit for proper guidance.
    4. All student-participants will have a maximum contribution of P400.00 for music, props, headdress, costumes and trainer’s fee.
    5. Each festival must be presented with a short excerpt or description to be submitted on or before October 20, 2017 to Mrs. Grecyl Villaflores together with the music saved in flash drive.
    6. All participants are expected to be present and perform with props during the scheduled General Rehearsal.
    7. The whole activity will be in a form of competition for JHS and SHS only.

    MECHANICS FOR THE CONTEST

    1. Concept or theme for each contingent is left to their own interpretation of what is relevant to the festival they represent. Costumes and performances must depict and represent the festival clearly.
    1. Presentations must be a minimum of 5 mins. and maximum of 7 mins. 
    2. Five-minutes will be given for the preparation of props and musical instruments for every presentation. The performance time will start as soon as the preparation time elapses or as soon the contingent is ready. The official time of the presentation will end as soon as the music stops.
    3. Having a festival queen is OPTIONAL.
    4. The composition of each contingent shall be within the minimum or sixty (60) members, or more depending on the number of students that the PE teacher handles including the Festival Queen.
    5. Contingents may only use recorded music of their choice for the presentation.
    6. Each contingent may use hand props and use of backdrop is also allowed.
    7. The use of flammable materials such as fireworks or pyrotechnics as part of the ritual are strictly prohibited. A five (5) point deduction shall be imposed against any contingent who violates rule # 10.
    8. Safety must be observed in execution of presentations.
    9. The rehearsal schedules shall be coordinated with the Commitee on Field Demonstration.
    10. The decision of the Judges is final and irrevocable.

    CRITERIA:

    THEME & CONCEPT                                                                                           30%

    (Relevance to a municipality or city’s industry or identity as

    interpreted in music, dance movement and artistic expression)

    CHOREOGRAPHY                                                                                              30%

    (Creativity and artistry of steps and formation, style and expression)                     

    OVERALL PERFORMANCE                                                                                 20%

    (Precision and coordination, fluency, alignment, balance, focus,

    projection, rhythmic and spatial interest)

    COSTUMES                                                                                                        20%

    (Artistic choice of color and style, effective use of props relevant               

    to the interpretation of theme)

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    TOTAL                                                                                                               100%



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