Holy Family Academy envisions a renewing school community that:

- is Christ-centered
- develops human wholeness and
- upholds the common good.

L.I.N.G.A.P. CENTER

 

Objective

As an integral part of Holy Family Academy’s educational offerings, L.I.N.G.A.P. (Linkages and Resource, Instructional Activities, Needs Assessment / Inventory, Goal Sharing Interaction, Awareness and Orientation, Planning and Research) Center shares and supports the school’s thrust towards the spiritual formation, academic excellence and social awareness of its students through its services. Hence, L.I.N.G.A.P. Center aims to assist the students in their integral development toward wholeness.

 

Services:

1. Linkages and Resources

The center acts as source of information needed by the school community, particularly the students. It assists in the adjustments of the students to the next school situation and to the next stages of their lives.

Career-Vocation Awareness Talk

2. Instructional Activities

The Instructional activities aims to impart information by teaching new skills in ways that are more facilitative and less inhibitive in encouraging students to ask questions and share opinions about important issues.

The approach used in instructional session is preventive and is most directly concerned with acquiring information, gaining orientation to new problems, planning, and implementing classroom-based activities.

Classroom Instructional Activity

Peer Leadership Training

3. Needs Assessment/Inventory

Needs Assessment aims to identify students’ strengths and weaknesses and specifies priorities for improving students’ achievement and meeting challenging academic standards. It provides and analyzes data that can be invaluable in implementing the school’s thrust.

It also aims to explore and verify the underlying causes of identified issue/s and to select appropriate solutions and goals.

Group Psychological Testing

4. Goal Sharing and Interaction

This aims to facilitate deeper self-understanding and self-acceptance and focuses on the conscious thoughts and behavior of the students/group. Through the students’ interactions, social skills and interpersonal abilities can be enriched to help them cope with the developmental task in their personal- social areas. Students can also develop sensitivity to the needs of others which results in increased recognition of responsibility for their own behavior.

Sons and Daughters of OFWs (SDO) Sessions

5. Awareness and Orientation

Such service aims to update and acquaint the students and parents with the school’s activities and programs as well as different issues concerning them.

The Center is involved in organizing and sponsoring fora, workshops, trainings, seminars, talks and symposia on topics of relevance and interest to the school community.

Orientation service is carried out through the joint efforts of the administrators, teachers, L.I.N.G.A.P. Staff, and other school personnel and student leaders.

Bullying Awareness Talk

Campus Tour for Newcomers

Seminar on Behavior Management

Parents’ Orientation

6. Planning and Research

L.I.N.G.A.P. Center assists the administrators and teachers in evaluating programs that enhance students’ learning and development. Services rendered to the school community include the following:

  • evaluation of curricula in terms of relevance to the students’ needs,
  • consultation, meeting, and conferences with teachers, administrators and parents to discuss pertinent information about the students,
  • disseminate information and findings about students’ performance to administrators, teachers and parents through meetings, circulars, reports and articulation.

L.I.N.G.A.P. Planning

 

Grade School

Monthly Activities

 

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