DEADLINE FOR EARLY BIRD

JULY 8, 2019

EARLY BIRD - P2,700.00
AFTER EARLY BIRD - P3,000.00
ON-SITE - P3,500.00

Venues

BAGUIO CITY

HOTEL ELIZABETH

AUGUST 19-20, 2019

TAGAYTAY CITY

SUMMIT RIDGE HOTEL

AUGUST 22-23, 2019

DAVAO CITY

APO VIEW HOTEL

AUGUST 26-27, 2019

CAGAYAN DE ORO CITY

THE DYNASTY COURT HOTEL

AUGUST 29-30, 2019

ILOILO CITY

DIVERSION 21 HOTEL

SEPETEMBER 2-3, 2019

CEBU CITY

BAYFRONT HOTEL

SEPETEMBER 5-6, 2019

MANILA CITY

THE HERITAGE HOTEL

(1) SEPETEMBER 9-10, 2019

(2) SEPETEMBER 12-13, 2019

PALAWAN CITY

THE LEGEND PALAWAN

SEPETEMBER 16-17, 2019

KEEP THE LIGHT SHINING:

FACING NEW CHALLENGES IN EDUCATION





March 07-08, 2019

THE HERITAGE HOTEL
MANILA

EARLY BIRD
(On or Before February 1-15, 2019)
REGULAR RATE
(February 16- March 6, 2019)
ON-SITE
Inclusions:

• First Day –
AM Snack,
Buffet Lunch,
PM Snack

• Second Day –
AM Snack and
Buffet Lunch

• Free flowing coffee
Php 2,700.00 Php 3,000.00 Php 3,500.00
March 07 – 07:00 AM to 04:15 PM
March 08 – 07:50 AM to 02:05 PM
REGISTRATION STARTS AT
07:00 AM

PAPCON Program

Day 1
TIME TOPIC
07:00 – 09:00 AM REGISTRATION (with snacks)
I. Opening Ceremonies
09:00 – 10:10 AM 09:00 – 09:05
AM Congregational Singing
Mr. Eric Veleso
09:05 – 09:07 AM
Opening Prayer
Rev. Ruel Gustilo
09:07 – 09:10 AM
Welcome Remarks
Rev. Delbert Hooge
09:10 – 10:10 AM
“Keep the Light Shining in the Face of New Challenges”
Rev. Delbert Hooge
10:10 AM – 10:15 AM TRANSITION BREAK
II. Theme: Impact through K-12 Opportunities
10:15 – 11:15 AM “Keep the Light Shining through the Senior High School Program”
Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
11:15 AM – 12:00 NN SHS Consultation
SHS Team
12:00 NN – 1:00 PM LUNCH BREAK
01:00 PM – 01:10 PM SINGING
III. Theme: Impact Through Understanding Legal Matters
01:10 PM – 02:10 PM Understanding the POSITIVE AND
NONVIOLENT DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN ACT of 2018 Part 1

Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada
02:10 PM – 02:15 PM TRANSITION BREAK
02:15 – 03:15 PM Understanding the POSITIVE AND
NONVIOLENT DISCIPLINE OF CHILDREN ACT of 2018 Part 2

Atty. Joseph Noel Estrada
03:15 – 04:15 PM AFTERNOON SNACKS
Testimony
Awarding of CEM RESULTS REMINDERS CLOSING PRAYER
Day 2
TIME TOPIC
07:50 – 09:00 AM 07:50 – 07:55 AM
Congregational Singing
Mr. Eric Veleso
07:55 – 08:00 AM
Opening Prayer
Rev. Val Murillo
8:00 – 9:00 AM
“A Christian School is A Lighthouse”
Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
09:00 – 09:30 AM SNACK BREAK
IV. Impact Through External Validation
09:30 – 10:30 AM “Light in the Darkness:
A Five-Year CEM Performance Report
on Schools Using the SOT System”

Mrs. Ma. Mimosa Pranza
10:30 – 10:45 AM TRANSITION
10:45 – 12:00 NN PREFI Updates
Rev. Delbert Hooge and Rev. Erich Bernard Santos
12:00 NN – 12:50 PM LUNCH
12:50 PM – 1:00 PM Singing
Mr. Eric Veleso
1:00 PM -2:00 PM FINAL CHALLENGE
Rev. Delbert Hooge
2:00 PM – 2:05 PM CLOSING PRAYER
Rev. Alex Celeste

Christian Educators' Training

The annual summer training for school staff done during April to May of each year. During the training new and veteran school staff retrain to keep the axe sharp and be provided the necessary tools to operate the learning center of each school.

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An important key in successfully training the next generation is to maintain a program of high quality staff training. In this arena, School of Tomorrow® leads the way. For more than thirty years, School of Tomorrow® has maintained its commitment to academic excellence by providing annual training for school staff. Highly professional comprehensive staff training sessions are conducted regionally by School of Tomorrow® service representatives every summer.

Christian Educators' Training 2019

TO JOIN, DO THESE THREE EASY STEPS:


1. Register at www.schooloftomorrow.ph. Online Registration will start on February 12, 2019

2. Remit your payment to:
Pacific Rim Educational Foundation Inc.
School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
Metrobank Better Living Branch
Savings Account #0813-0815-1393-8

3. After paying, kindly send proof of payment to promotions.infoads@schooloftomorrow.ph and write:
Attention: Ms. Princess Soriano.

Dates & venues for 2019 Christian Educators’ Training Schedule

First Leg

April 22-26,2019

TAGAYTAY | Tagaytay Christian Academy
(Supervised Model Status)
#9081 Calamba Rd., Brgy. San Jose, Tagaytay City
Tel # (046) 483-0426 / 0917-568-9432 / 0925-768-9433
CAGAYAN DE ORO | Shekinah Glory Christian Academy
Cor. Coralles-Borja Sts., Cagayan De Oro City
Tel # *(088) 850-0812 / 0917-771-2329
PAMPANGA | Christ In You Faith Christian Academy
Dolores Homesite, City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Tel # (045) 961-1814 / 0921-252-2748 / 0927-282-3339
LAS PIÑAS | Almanza Baptist Christian Academy
Block 1, Lot 6 & 7, San Francisco Subd.,
Almanza I, Las Piñas City Tel # (02) 403-25-99
IRIGA CITY | Lighthouse Bible Baptist Academy
Ezer Foundation Cmpd. Zone 3, San Nicolas,
Iriga City, Camarines Sur
Tel. # 0932-372-1628

Second Leg

May 6-10, 2019

PASAY | Golden Treasure Baptist Academy
(Supervised Model Status)
#2909 E. Rodriguez St., Malibay, Pasay City
Tel # (02) 854-2913
TACLOBAN | Grace Baptist Academy
Gumamela St., Bañezville 2, Fatima Village,
Tacloban City, Leyte
Tel #: (053) 832-4619 / 0915-270-2566
ILOILO | New Generation Christian Academy
Brgy. Cochero, Baluarte, Molo, Iloilo City, Iloilo
Tel #: 0995-022-7759 / 0905-222-7125
DAVAO | Green Meadow Christian Academy of Davao
(Supervised Model Status)
Purok 11, Green Meadow Subd., Ma-a (Near GAP Farm),
Davao City
Tel #: (082) 244-0125 / 0918-377-1034
LUCENA | Good News Christian School
Agila St., Calmar Homes, Kanluran, Mayao,
Lucena City, Quezon Province
Tel # (042) 797-1954 / 0923-982-0683
CALOOCAN | Anchor of Life Academy
117-A.P. Zamora St., Caloocan City
Tel # (02) 288-4389 / 0916-302-0191
BUTUAN | Good Shepherd Christian Academy
(Certified Model Status)
340, 4th St., Guingona Subd., Capitol Site, Butuan City
Tel #: (085) 341-4404 / 0917-552-2950
BOHOL | Royal Christian School
Purok 6, San Isidro District, Tagbilaran City, Bohol
Tel # (038) 510-6784 / 0943-496-0105
NUEVA ECIJA | Cabanatuan Bible Baptist Academy
196 Pantok 2 Daan Sarile, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija
Tel # (044) 463-9631 / 0935-899-0652

Third Leg

May 20-24, 2019

LAS PIÑAS | Shekinah Christian Training Center
Kirishima St., BF Homes, Las Piñas City
Tel #: (02) 799-7064 / 0917-846-4426
LEGAZPI CITY | Global Two Wings Foundation
Brgy. 9, Pinaric, Old Albay, Legazpi City
Tel #: (052) 481-2082 / 0946-924-3667
ILIGAN | Bethany Baptist Academy (Certified Model Status)
Phase II Doña Maria Subd., Baraas, Tubod, Iligan City
Tel # (063) 221-8133, 0933-855-7319
BACOLOD | Christian Academy of Bacolod
Lacson St., Fronting Westown Hotel, Mandalagan
Tel # (034) 709-0813 / 0942-561-2082
CEBU | BOB HUGHES CHRISTIAN ACADEMY
Supervised Model Status)
55 Katipunan St., Cebu City, Cebu
Tel # (032) 505-6960 / 0906-498-4314
PALAWAN | Palawan Bethel Baptist Christian Academy
Delos Reyes Road 2, San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan
Tel #: (048) 434-8078 / 0918-673-1470

4th Leg

June 3-7, 2019

BAGUIO | Disciples for Christ Independent School Foundation, Inc.
(Certified Model Status)
Brgy. Lucnab, Baguio City, Benguet
Tel # (74) 305-8035 / 0917-893-1908
MAKATI | Bethany Baptist Academy
(Supervised Model Status)
1716 Dian cor., Emilia Sts., Palanan, Makati City
Tel # (02) 833-4576 / 831-4123

Pastors and Administrators' Training

The training for new school leaders such as pastors, administrators, principals. It provides a bird's eye view of the daily operations of a school using the ACE/SOTP System. Also serves as a refresher course for veteran school leaders who are required to retrain every five (5) years to "sharpen the axe."

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The School of Tomorrow®, Philippines conducts Pastors and Administrators’ Training all year round at the head office in Parañaque City. This training is designed particularly for pastors, administrators, and principals. The sessions offer instructions in educational philosophy and guidelines for administration and operation of the School of Tomorrow® innovative system. This two-week training aims to help administrative personnel to be familiar with the objectives, principles, and procedures of the School of Tomorrow® system, thus, equipping them to make decisions from a knowledgeable position.

PATS 2019 Schedule
  • January 14-18, 2019
  • February 18-22, 2019
  • March 11-15, 2019
  • May 27-31, 2019
  • June 17-21, 2019
  • July 22-26, 2019
  • August 5-9, 2019
  • September 16-20, 2019 (Tentative)
  • October 7-11, 2019
  • November 11-15, 2019
  • Reminders:

    For New School:
    NO walk-in for PATS. For new school inquiry please contact our Promotion staff Ms. Ellaine Jennica Fantilanan, at #(02) 8229663 loc. 115, 207 & 154 or email at promotions.events@sotphil.net

    For PATS Refreshers:
    Please register ahead of schedule. Walk-in will be entertained if there are slots available. For details, please contact #(02) 822-9663 loc. 206 or 151 or email at consultant@sotphil.net

    Register Now!
    STEP 1 : RESERVATION

    Call (+632) 8229663 loc. 206, and look for Ms. Nerliza F. Ignacio to reserve a slot on a particular schedule.

    STEP 2: PAYMENT

    a. Upon reservation, you may then deposit the registration fee:

    REGISTRATION FEE: Php. 1,500.00 each
    School of Tomorrow, Philippines
    Metrobank Betterliving Branch,
    Savings Acct. No.: 081-3-08151393-8

    NO PAYMENT, NO RESERVATIONS

    b. Kindly email proof of payment to consultant@sotphil.net

    NOTE: The official receipt will be given on the first day of training.

    c. We will call to confirm that your registration is okay.

    STEP 3: CONFIRMATION

    Upon confirmation, we will email to you complete information and basic guidelines regarding our training.

    Center for Educational Measurement

    NATIONAL STANDARDIZED TEST S.Y. 2018 – 2019

    CSAT: for students working in PACEs # 1133-1144
    PACT/CEM PROFILER: for students working in PACEs # 1097-1132
    ELCOM : for students working in PACEs # 1085-1096
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST KINDERGARTEN: for students working in PACEs # 1001-1012
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 1: for students working in PACEs # 1013-1024
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 2: for students working in PACEs # 1025-1036
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 3: for students working in PACEs # 1037-1048
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 4: for students working in PACEs # 1049-1060
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 5: for students working in PACEs # 1061-1072
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 7: for students working in PACEs # 1085-1096
    CEM K-12 ACHIEVEMENT TEST GRADE 8: for students working in PACEs # 1097-1108

    Registration Fee:
    P360.00/student

    Test start at 8:00 a.m.
    When: December 4, 2018

    Deadline of Registration:
    Registration forms must be email/mailed to School of Tomorrow, Philippines on or November 16, 2018
    Cut-off time is 3:00 p.m.

    Form to be submitted:
    Registration form
    TSRF
    SPC

    Note:
    Form may be downloaded below

    Mailing address:
    School of Tomorrow, Philippines
    MJS Executive Village, Bgy. Don Bosco,
    ATTENTION: ALMIDA FERRER

    Deposits Slips must be duly identified by writing the name of the school on the said slip.
    Also, please indicate “National Standardized Test”. You may send it through:
    1. Email: researcher@sotphil.net
    2. LBC
    For further enquiry:
    a) Call: 02-82296-63 loc. 117
    b) Text: 0995-458-07-65
    c) Email: researcher@sotphil.net

    Registration Fee is non-refundable unless Testing Center is dissolved.

    Model Status

    STEP-BY-STEP PROCEDURES FOR MODEL SCHOOL STATUS APPLICATION

    Step 1: The school does the Self-Evaluation using the Learning Center Information & Evaluation Form for Preschool (Form 4), ABCs (Form 3), and Year Level 1 to Year Level 12 (Form 2) which can be downloaded below.

    Step 2: The school completes the Application Form, Updating Form, System of Re-enrollment Agreement, School Information Form (Form 1), and Model School Status Checklist.
    The school remits payment to:
    School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
    Metrobank – Betterliving Branch
    Savings Acct. No.: 081 – 3 – 08151393 – 8


    Step 3: The school sends the forms completed in Step 2 together with the proof of payment to: Through Email: consultant3@sotphil.net Subject: MSS Application Through Mail:
    CHRISTIAN MATTHEW L. BOHOLST
    School of Tomorrow®, Philippines
    MJS Avenue, Levitown Executive Village,
    Brgy. Don Bosco, Parañaque City


    Step 4: The School Services Department confirms the application.

    Step 5: The School Services Department coordinates the date of the visit with the assigned Field Representative and notifies the school of the scheduled visit.

    Step 6: The school prepares all the forms [Learning Center Information & Evaluation forms for Preschool (Form 4), ABCs (Form 3), and Year Level 1 to Year Level 12 (Form 2), Summary of the Learning Center Information and Evaluation Form, and Model School Status Recommendation Form] needed for the visit.

    Step 7: The Field Representative, likewise, fills in the forms mentioned in Step 6.

    Step 8: The School Services Department notifies the school of the approval/disapproval of the application for the Model School Status.

    You can now have the Annual School Assistance Visit and Model School Status Visit at the SAME TIME!
    Apply Now!

    PREFINA

    School of Tomorrow®
    National Honors Society

    Prior to 2014, School of Tomorrow® students in the Philippines were able to avail of the International Honors Certificate through A.C.E. Ministries. This offer is no longer available.

    Since students who qualified were at times granted scholarships to colleges and universities here in the Philippines, School of Tomorrow®, Philippines has set up the National Honors Society.

    To avail of the recognition and membership, the following steps should be followed:

  • Download the Application Form from the SOT®P website, www.sotphil.net.
  • Application Form and Transcript of Records must be completed and submitted to Mr. Allan A. Rodrigo of SOT®P’s School Services Department no later than the last day of January of graduation year. (Proof of completion of final PACE work will come later.) [Allan A. Rodrigo (rpd.manager@sotphil.net)]
  • Application must be accompanied by a deposit slip (proof of payment) indicating payment of ₱1,250.00. Deposit to: Account Name: School of Tomorrow®, Philippines Account Number: 081–3–08151393–8 Bank: Metrobank (Betterliving Branch)
  • An e-mail address and phone number of the registrar of student’s school must be provided in case of questions or needed clarifications.
  • Transcripts will be evaluated by the School Services and the Technical Assistant.
  • Notice of approval will be sent to the school of applicant. Certificate and Letter of Recognition will be sent to student’s school upon proof of completion of last PACEs (those completed between the end of January and the last day of the school year.) Certificates along with a special Letter of Recognition are to be presented with student’s diploma during graduation ceremony. Pictures of qualifying students will be printed in the next Pioneer. (Cap and gown shot preferred.)
  • School of Tomorrow®
    HONORS COURSE OF STUDY

    The Honors program includes the SOT®/A.C.E. program’s highest quality preparation for college education in addition to the more rigorous College Preparatory Courses.

    An Honors student must complete 27 credits with a 94 percent overall average and demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in written and oral presentations. His composite reading rate should be over 600 WPM on the Readmaster program, and he should score at least 22 on the ACT or 1000 for the Critical Reading and Math scores combined on the SAT.

    SAMPLE HONORS COURSE OF STUDY

    Required = (R), Optional = (O)

    Subject

    Minimum

    Credits Required

    Math

         Algebra I (R)

         Geometry (R)

         Algebra II (R)

         Trigonometry (R) (½ credit)

     

    English

         English I (R)

         English II (R)

         English III (R)

         English IV (R)

    4

    Science

         Biology (R)

         Physical Science (R)

         Chemistry (R)

         Physics (R)

    4

    Social Studies

         World Geography (R)

         World History (R)

         American History (R)

         U.S. Civics (R) (½ credit)

         Economics (R) (½ credit)

    (A school may replace American History, U.S. Civics, and Economics with its country's history, form of government, and economic system.)

    4

    Bible/Christian Growth (Select from the seven available courses listed below.)

         New Testament Survey (R)

         Old Testament Survey (R)

         Life of Christ (O)

         New Testament Church History (O)

         Christian Growth (O) (½ credit)

         Introduction to Missions (O) (½ credit)

         Practical Missions (O) (½ credit)

    3

    Electives

         Etymology (R)

         Computer Science (R)

         Speech (R)

         Music (R)

         Health (R) (½ credit)

         Foreign Language (R)

         Physical Education (R)

         English Composition II (O) (½ credit)

     

    1

    1

    ½

    ½

    ½

    2

    2

    Additional Elective

    1

    Minimum Total Credits – 27

    OPEN TO ALL PASTORS, MISSIONARIES & MINISTRY WORKERS.

    *NOT LIMITED TO SCHOOL STAFF*

    Philippines

    Manila (PREF, Inc. Headquarters)

    November 12-13, 2018

    Cebu Grand Hotel

    November 15-16, 2018

    REGISTRATION

    Early Bird – PHP 2,500.00

    Until September 30, 2018.

    Regular – PHP 3,000.00

    October 1 until November 5, 2018.

    Walk-in – PHP 3,500.00

    November 6 onwards.

    Cambodia

    The Highlands Cambodia

    November 7-9, 2018

    Training Fee $50

    covering transportation. Food, and accommodation.

    All Cambodian pastors and pastors’ wives are free of charge., An optional donation of $10 will be appreciated.

    Deadline for confirmation of attendance is on October 30 for the purpose of accommodation arrangements.

    Pick up of delegates for Highlands is at 8:00 pm, Wednesday, November 7. Pick up of delegates going back to Pnom Penh is at 2:00 p.m., Friday, November 9.

    “This will change your ministry. Equipping you for greater impact of reaching the world for Christ.” – Rev. Delbert Hooge

    Presenter

    Bible Teller - John Walsh

    John Walsh is an author, speaker, and professional storyteller. He is the founder of BibleTelling, an organization dedicated to using Bible stories for evangelism and discipleship. John is an expert at helping people learn and tell Bible stories. BibleTelling goes into prisons providing programs that change the atmosphere of the prison. It provides ESL programs, and Adult Literacy programs based on Bible stories. BibleTelling has lesson plans for adults, children, and young people. Among other things, John has authored The Art of Storytelling - a practical guide on how to develop the skill of storytelling, All the Stories of the Bible – a complete collection of Bible stories that brings an understanding of the flow of the Bible, Successful Living – studies in the book of Proverbs, and I’m not a Duck – a collection of personal stories about John’s journey in life, written in relaxed conversational style. John and his wife Jan reside in Bloomington, Illinois. They have four grown children and fourteen grandchildren.

    Bible Teller - Don Falkos

    Don Falkos is a Storyteller, Storytelling Coach, and Biblical Teaching Artist. He is the founder of Blessed By The Spoken Word, a ministry dedicated to telling the stories of the Bible and empowering others to do the same (blessedbythespokenword.com). Don is a contributing author to several storytelling books including The Art of Storytelling, by John Walsh. He has presented storytelling workshops and told stories at events around the United States and around the world. His extensive research and engaging storytelling style allow him to touch the minds and the hearts of his listeners. Don’s Two-Minute Bible is a podcast of two-minute stories that will eventually span the entire Biblical narrative from Genesis to Revelation (twominutebible.com).

    Potential uses for Bible Telling methods:

    Bible Telling is based on the fact that the majority of the Bible came through the telling of the story of God’s interaction with men. The New Testament church was scattered and went everywhere speaking and preaching the truths that they had seen and heard. With this came a growth as the Holy Spirit took the words and brought forth great faith. The disciples defended their testimony by the words, “For we cannot but speak the things which we have seen and heard.” (Acts 4:20) The circle on the right shows various ways that Bible Telling can be used in ministry in our day. It is a tool for our time!

    Conference Schedule

    Day 1

    Learning Bible Stories without memorizing words

    08:00 – 09:15 Session 1 – method 1 Don Falkos

    09:15 – 09:30 Break

    09:30 – 10:45 Session 2 – method 2 John Walsh

    10:45 – 11:00 Break

    11:00 – 12:00 Session 3 – General Session – The Levels of Development (Don)

    12:00 – 01:00 Lunch

    01:00 – 02:15 Session 4 – method 3 John Walsh

    02:15 – 02:30 Break

    02:30 – 03:15 Session 5 – method 4 Don Falkos

    03:15 – 04:00 Session 6 – method 5 John Walsh

    04:00 – 04:15 Break

    04:15 – 05:00 Session 7 – General Session – Foundations for Faith (John)

    Day 2

    Using Bible Stories in Ministry

    08:00 – 09:30 Session 8 – breakout session

    Cultural Expression (John)
    Story Exploration (Don)

    09:30 – 09:45 Break

    09:45 – 11:15 Session 9 – breakout session

    Curriculum (John)
    Cultural Expression (Don)

    11:15 – 11:45 Session 10 – General Session – What did we learn? (John)

    Interested?