Post-Teachers’ Day Celebration
Student leaders of King’s College of the Philippines (KCP) teamed up in organizing a spa event for teachers as a post celebration of the World Teachers Day at the Function Hall, Kwon Ipugo Building last November 24, 2016.
Officers and members of the different student organizations worked together in setting up the function hall, marketing activities, program of activities, food preparation, and spa services wherein the students were able to showcase their different skills in their own fields.
Spa services offered during the said event are whole body massage, back massage, foot massage, hand massage, pedicure, and manicure with volunteer students serving as crew.
While teachers and staff wait for their turn to avail of the services they have chosen, students serenade and serve them with finger foods at the waiting area.
Most of the teachers and staff of KCP expressed their delight with the event and have requested for a regular conduct of something similar to it wherein they could relax and rest from work even for a short period of time.
Moreover, visitors from other universities came and availed of the services offered in the organized spa.
With the aim of enhancing collaboration among King’s College of the Philippines student leaders as agents of change, the Office of the Student Affairs (OSA) conducted a team building at the Living Hope Camp, Buyagan, La Trinidad on November 5, 2016.
The said event further aims to bring out the true personality of the students and make them realize that they are not occupying their positions for popularity purposes but to help in the development of the student body and the school as well.
Likewise, it targets to make the students understand their own strengths and weaknesses and make them realize that they could work with their co-student leaders wherein they could share whatever resources available.
In this connection, the oath-taking of the officers was done as a culminating activity of the teambuilding.
Almost 140 student leaders from the different recognized student organizations in the school took part in the first joint-teambuilding.