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When I got hired, after 2 weeks or so, I was summoned to the School Director's office. I was deeply concerned about what I did. Did I commit a mistake or violate a rule?
When I get there, I was informed that I will be handling a school club. Supreme Student Council to be exact. Since I'm a newbie, I just nodded and accepted the responsibility. I was informed to handle all the events in the school: Acquaintance Party, Intramurals, Graduation, and other big events.
I was still clueless about how heavy the job would be. The good thing was, I had my college classmate who I recruited and also got hired in the same school as me. We joined forces although we didn't have a clue about everything but we're glad we got it through.
Look at that Nene vibes. Haha. I was with sir Mel at that time, our Branch's Operations Manager. Imagine how nerve-wracking it was to me. From organizing the event to hosting it.
I remember it was an extremely stressful event. The journey before we even get there was not easy. I had my Supreme Student Council officers but some of them are irresponsible. We had to update the venue from time to time. We handled almost 450 pax at that time and of course, there will always be negative feedbacks to everything you do.
We made sashes for the awardees, background designs, the technical team, intermission numbers, attendance area, and prizes for the games.
I could hardly remember how this day started but as soon as I went to the biometrics, some students were already greeting me "Happy Teacher's Day Ma'am J!
It was such a nice feeling to witness that somehow, the students acknowledge you as their educator. When I entered the faculty room, everyone was busy. Some of my co-teachers were having their classes already. We greeted each other and went back to business.
The day was pretty normal to me until I started my last class of the day. When I entered, I saw a big greeting written on the whiteboard. Then they greeted me in chorus. I was surprised as they gave me flowers and cake.
This section was the closest I have been so far. They were my favorites actually. I was so touched as they gave me papers showing how grateful they were to me. I was very touched.
I believe every company has this tradition of celebrating a year-end party. The administration and faculty members had our team building in the mountains. Since we were done having team building on the beach, they decided to isolate ourselves and feel the fresh air in the mountains.
We went to Jive Highland Resort. It is a mountain cabin in Marilog, Davao. The boundary between Davao and Bukidnon. The place was so cold indeed and what we found was a treasure!
We arrived before noontime and prepared lunch once we got there. Even if the sun was up, the weather was still cold that you can't feel your fingers.
This shot was taken a day after we arrived. We stayed here in this cute tiny pyramid house. The house may look small but it was actually spacious inside.
We took our lunch and played games like the usual activities and then slept. The next morning, we explored the resort. The resort has a cave and a waterfall. I lost count of how many caves there were but it was quite an adventure.
It was a very fun experience. The nature was too irresistible. I wish I could go back there someday.
When you get to the area, it's like a course that you need to accomplish.
We had fun enjoying the spring. The water was cold as ice. We were freezing after we got out to the water. The caves were a bit challenging for me because I am claustrophobic but then, I still managed to pass it through.
We were successful in passing all the courses and when we went back to the house, the other groups were already preparing for lunch.
After lunch, we took this group photo for a souvenir.