The National Service Training Program (NSTP) class of The Lewis College organized “Give a Gift to the Elderly” last December 28, 2020 at Home for the Aged, San Juan Roro, Sorsogon City.
NSTP students donated essential goods to the elderly as part of their community involvement project. Present in the activity are Home for the Aged Representative Lanielle B. Fabia, NSTP students Ibn Zaid Imlani and Carmela Diata, and NSTP Coordinator Elvira B. Brucelo.
The NSTP class extends its appreciation to TLC Administration and to everyone who participated and supported “Give a Gift to the Elderly.”
Today, we remember the indomitable spirit of our founder, Reginald F. Lewis, who encouraged us to “Keep Going, no matter what.”
Congratulations, Lewisians, for embodying this attitude as you battled COVID-19 when you followed health protocols, embarked on the virtual classes, submitted modules, and pushed forward to achieve your learning goals this year 2020! Keep going!
Our beloved TLC President, Atty. Loida Nicolas Lewis, commemorates the 33rd Anniversary of TLC Beatrice, the company started by her late husband, Reginald F. Lewis:
“Today, November 30 is the 33rd anniversary of the TLC Beatrice International Acquisition. With thanksgiving, we remember all the associates and employees of my beloved husband Reginald F. Lewis who helped him achieve this historic Billion-Dollar Deal. May God continue to bless you all.”
“Today, November 30 is the 33rd anniversary of the TLC Beatrice International Acquisition. With thanksgiving, we…
The Lewis College conducted a second wave of its relief campaign to those who were affected by Typhoon Rolly and Ulysses in the province of Albay. This was conducted in partnership with Fulleros BOTOX Builders and Design.
With the approval of TLC EVP Nikko Nicolas, the school turned over relief goods and 85,000 worth of solar LED lamps to Fulleros BOTOX Builders and Design through Arch. Yumi Fulleros and Arch. Charm Grefaldeo. The turn-over was coordinated by TLC Staff Ms Elvira Brucelo, Ms Mutya Aycocho, Mr Vernie Datu and Mr Mark Brogada.
The relief items were distributed to Barangay Baybay, Malinao, Albay, which was one of the heavily damaged areas due to the successive storms.
The Lewis College, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Metro Sorsogon, provided immediate relief assistance to Bicolanos affected by Typhoon Rolly and Typhoon Ulysses.
Boxes of bottled water, canned goods, and other relief items were turned over for distribution last November 13, 2020.
Present in the turnover are TLC-CBE Dean Maria Cristina B. Ditan, TLC Student Affairs and Services Officer Elvira B. Brucelo, and Rotary Past President Edgar C. Balasta. The relief operation was made possible by the donations and efforts of the administration, directors, deans, staff, faculty members, student council, parents, and students of The Lewis College.
The Lewis College is grateful to all who donated and helped in this effort to address the needs of communities during calamities and crises.
TLC empowers learning with flexible, secure, and easy-to-use tools of G Suite for Education.
Through G Suite, students and teachers will be able to collaborate anywhere using Google Docs, Slides, Sheets, and Drive with more than 15 GB of data storage, communicate through School Gmail Account, Google Meets, and Google Chat. Students can also search, read, and print books and references in Google Books.
TLC is one of the few schools in the Bicol Region that offers G Suite as part of the New Normal Learning.