A-Day Treat Part 2: Borrow & Win

The grade school teachers were given another A-Day Treat by the GS LRC to promote its professional books. Everyone was invited to borrow professional books from October 2-6 and had a chance to win a Starbucks Rewards card and an adult coloring book.

The lucky winners are:

Stella de Sagun (G1 teacher)

Caselyn Ponon (G2 teacher)

Congratulations to the winners!


A-Day Treat: BooXS To Go!


To show gratitude to teachers and staff on A-Day, the GS LRC conducted a BooXS to Go! activity last September 28. A cart full of new books was brought to the faculty workroom and offices for the teachers and staff to borrow. On top of the new books, those who borrowed books were able to join the raffle and won amazing prizes.

“Teachers change the world one CHILD at a time”.


BooXS to GO! (A-Day Special)

As a special activity for this year’s A-Day, the GS LRC organized a “BooXS to Go” event for the teachers and staff. The LRC staff surprised everyone by bringing a cart full of books to the different workrooms and offices of the school. This gave everyone a chance to borrow them without going to the library.

As an A-Day treat, everyone who participated also got to pick out a surprise gift for every book they borrowed.

Happy A-Day and Happy Reading to Everyone!


Reading Superstars

What’s the best/favorite book[s] you’ve read when you were a kid and why?

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I remember having a lot of favorite books back then. But my most vivid memory is my collection of giant Disney Classics. I used to spend my free time getting amused with the stories of Cinderella, Pinocchio, Sleeping Beauty and 101 Dalamatians. I am very proud to have experienced a childhood with limited technology because it introduced me to the wonderful world of literature. I hope parents these days would still do the same for their children.

– T’ Kate – 1H

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My favorite books were the LadyBird Books. Most of their stories were about fairytales. I love reading fairy tales, they make me believe that dreams do come true.

T’ Janella – Kinder 1


Ready for a ROAD TRIP?

ROAD TRIP is survey that aims to help students become better learners by constantly reminding them of the different tasks they need to accomplish before the school year ends.


1. All GS students may join by answering the questions on the posts using the yes or no form, available at the circulation desk.  

2. Drop the accomplished form at the designated box on top of each post.

3. At the end of each week, the result of the poll will be announced.



We invite everyone to visit the LRC and follow us in this ROAD TRIP! 

If you need any assistance, don’t hesitate to drop by at the iCrew booth at the middle of the road, where different reading materials on how you can accomplish school requirements easier and more effectively, are displayed.  These books may be borrowed at the circulation desk.

Borrower of the Week : Mrs. Ivy Enaje, HS Filipino


Mrs. Ivy Enaje


Mrs. Enaje renewed these three (3) books this week:

Tsinoy : the story of the Chinese in Philippine Life / Teresita Ang See

Chinese in the Philippines : problems & perspectives / Teresita Ang See

Race, nation, class : ambiguous identities / Etienne, Balibar, Immanuel Maurice, Wallerstein.