DLSZ Keeps the Lasallian Mission Alive at 33!

Last November 21-26, 2011, De La Salle Santiago Zobel (DLSZ) celebrated its Vision – Mission Week with the theme, “Tatlumpu’t Tatlong Taong Pagsulong ng Misyong Lasalyano” to commemorate its 33
years of existence.

It was officially opened on November 24, 2011, which was held simultaneously in three different venues in DLSZ.  The lower grades (Junior Prep to Grade 3), upper grades (Grade 4 to 7), and High School students gathered at the Lower Grades Quadrangle, the Sports Pavilion and at the Flagpole area, respectively.

Various exciting activities were lined up for all Lasallians and friends. Activities include Gimmick booths, Food/Dry Goods booths, Timezone, Laser Tag, Film Viewing, Inflatables, Dance Fever, Rap it to the Beat, Battle of Z Ages, Arts Galore, Sports Activities, Film Viewing, I Dare You to Sing, Jack en Poy, Drumline, Young Designer, Brain and Brawn, Battle of the Bands,Adopt A Child, Sew and Strut, Guitar Battle, La Salle
Bakeoff, Fame in 5, Eating Contest, Clown in a Million, Are You a Better Singer than Your Teacher?, 100 Seconds to Win It, Beatbox Battle, Stomp, Cheer Dance Competition (Upper Grades), Cheer Leading Competition (HS), and Field Demonstration (Lower Grades).

A showcase of Lasallian talents were presented during the Collaboration Night dubbed as “Alab: Tatak Animo” last November 25, 2011. De La Sale University’s LSDC Street and Dance Elite, De La Salle Lipa’s Salindayaw Dance Troupe, De La Salle – College of Saint Benilde’s Romancon, La Salle Green Hill’s Air Force, and Aspen Way performed that night together with our very own DLSZ Pep Squad 2012 and DLSZ employees.

Courtesy of the Parents Association and the Enchanted Kingdom, a first ever computer-controlled fireworks display capped the end of the 33rd Foundation Week.

This festive celebration is spearheaded by the Student Representative Coordinating Council (SRCC), and is
well-supported by the administration, the DLSZ Parents Association, and the DLSZ Alumni Association.

Kudos to everyone who helped made “Tatlumpu’t Tatlong Taong Pagsulong ng Misyong
Lasalyano”possible.

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