Through the use of Google Meet, the College of Development Education-Laboratory High School successfully organized a week-long orientation program for students and parents for the upcoming school year 2021-2022, which runs from August 16 to August 20, 2021
Families from grades 7 to 10 were welcomed at the five-day event, where they learned about the regulations of the CDE LHS school and the academic standards and schedule of activities and the PTA costs, as well as staff and administration, grade level advisers, and topic instructors. Online learning experts shared their expertise with parents and students in webinars, helping them establish effective online learning habits and experiences. CDE guidance counselor Liezle B. Manacob gave some ideas and reminders on responsible parenting with the parents during Online Distant Learning of Children. Prof. Maria Rosario M. Garol, University Guidance Counselor, provided numerous ways on Successful Online Distant Learning. At the same time, Mr. Paul Lemuel L. Cabrera covered several Useful ICT Applications and Technologies for Flexible Learning in his lecture. On the last day of the week-long program, the class advisers meet the children and their parents in person during the homeroom session.
The CDE Laboratory High School aspires to provide a holistic education in the new normal method of learning. Prof. Nelia A. Barce, the new Laboratory High School Coordinator, expects that the entire LHS community will benefit from the unwavering support of university officials and the College of Development Education administration.