News Update

CIC Celebrates 32nd National Migrant Sunday

FMW Committee
Thursday, March, 1, 2018

It has been 21 years since CIC-Cebu organized the Families of Migrant Workers (FMW) Committee to provide on-going spiritual and value formation for the families of migrant workers, to heighten awareness on the issues affecting their interests and to promote harmonious relationship between parents and their children. Most especially,…

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2017 River Clean up in Barangay Lahug

Green Team
Tuesday, February, 6, 2018

Last December 2017, Saturday. The Grade 9 - Students, their respective advisers, some LAMPs and the Green Team had their River Clean up in Barangay Lahug.

The students and personnel cleaned the Lahug river located beyond the Sanson Road Extension, Lahug.

The Lahug river serves as a…

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CIC-CEBU tops National Letter Writing Day

Denise Erika Soriano
Tuesday, February, 6, 2018

CIC-CEBU garnered the top 3 winning entries among the whole region of Cebu for the 5th National Letter Writing Day. Here are the grade 9 students who topped the competition:

First Place - Kimberly Nicole Etcuban
Second Place - Cylla Noreen Gaytos
Third Place - Anne Lorenz Valdez

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A Productive Semester-Ender

Ms. Katrina Batiquin
Tuesday, November, 14, 2017

It was a productive way to start the semestral break for all the Vincentians of Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion-Cebu (CIC-Cebu) last October 28, 2017, for CIC held varied community outreach programs and one of which was the Green Team’s Limpyo Cebu.

The activity was participated mainly by…

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An Environment-Friendly Community

Yanzy Bautista
Wednesday, October, 25, 2017

It is with great awareness that in sustaining an environment–friendly planet, one has to start by being active in his/her own vicinity; hence, Colegio de la Inmaculada Concepcion–Cebu is still on the road in achieving its goal of maintaining cleanliness around the school’s zone through the LIMPYO Cebu Program.…

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Each One, Plant One - Now is the Right One

Ms. Mirasol C. Ellima
Thursday, September, 14, 2017

Trees combat global warming by absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen, contribute to soil health, retain water, and cool overheated urban areas. The earth needs more! Some personnel and PTA officers; the principal, Ms. Eufemia S. Gomo; the first moderator of Green Team, Mrs. Marilou Y. Villaflor; Liason Officer…

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