The contemporary period has seen dramatic changes in the way people live. If children of the past played in the field and climbed trees, children of today play with their gadgets almost anywhere. If people of the past simply watched television in the evening so as to be informed of what is happening in the country, people of today use their computers to know what is happening not just in the country but all over the world. If people of the past were isolated from each other by geographical boundaries such that they only had limited information about each other, people of today live as if geographical boundaries do not exist.

By a simple and single click in the desktop, laptop, tablet or cellular phone, information about other people and places are readily available. Without doubt, the contemporary period is a period of Information and Communication Technology.

This innovation creates a modification that affects many aspects of our lives. Modifications created by the introduction and adoption of computers and the Internet, have altered the way we communicate, live, learn and think. These innovations have modernized our view of the world.

It really is time for everyone to acknowledge the need to open things up in education and to modernize and innovate. We need to think big and envision the way things could be, and then move to make it happen.

In this dynamic world we are living in, teachers and learners no longer have to rely solely on printed books and other materials in physical media housed in libraries for their educational needs. With the Internet and the World Wide Web, a wealth of learning materials in almost every subject and in a variety of media can now be accessed from anywhere at any time of the day and by an unlimited number of people.

As information and communication technology (ICT) plays a greater role across society including public and private education, countries around the world are more than ever in need of high quality internationally comparable statistics on ICT in education.

With its rapid development, educators should find ways to integrate technology in the learning process.

ICT should not drive education, rather, educational goals and needs must drive its use in schools. Targeting holistic growth for learners is a crucial factor in realizing the need to develop ICT curriculum standards for K-12 schools in the Philippines.

Modern technology enables us to create better communication channels, minimize waste, improve efficiency, and increase access for all. And we are all passionate to make this whole system work.

May you find this website helpful and informational where everyone can stay up-to-date with what is happening in the school.

I take great pride in being able to team up with students, parents, and our entire staff to offer the very best educational experience for our students.  

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