Admins set targets, address gaps in institutional performance
Posted on May 18, 2016
Change is coming to Letran Bataan as a more aggressive approach to achieving academic excellence and addressing institutional priorities is set this school year.
This was plotted by the management committee of Letran Bataan in a two-day institutional planning conducted on May 16 & 17, 2016.
Held at the Oriental Hotel in Mariveles, Bataan, the committee comprising of priest and lay administrators who head different divisions and departments of the Colegio, addressed gaps and challenges and plotted corresponding action plans.
Mr. Nino Penaredondo, Center for Community Development coordinator, presents to the board the outreach activities of the Colegio in the past year.
"Hopefully, the plans and the targets that we’ve set for ourselves would really be achieved for the betterment of our constituents and our students." Fr. Clarence Marquez, O.P, rector & president, said.
The activity was an opportunity for the committee to look at the performance of various departments based on the metrics set for the five-year strategic plan for 2013 to 2017.
Dr. Jose Rapsing, registrar and high school principal, discusses the college and high school population statistics. Prior to this, Mr. Ariel Delas Alas, Comptroller, presented the financial scenario of the Colegio in terms of the impact of the K-12 implementation.
Joining the team were two new administrators to take post as division heads this June: Prof. Cristina Cabral, vice-president for Academic Affairs, and Fr. Delfo Canceran, O.P, vice-president for Religious Affairs.
Letran Bataan's five-year strategic plan mainly prioritized Christian formation, community service, academic excellence, research, human resources and the financial stability of the Colegio.
Various division and department heads plot action plans to address issues and coordinate activities to reach targets.
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