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Binangonan Catholic College Binangonan, Rizal IMMERSION PORTFOLIO Rose Anne P. Bautista 12 – Our Lady of Perpetual Help Ma. Cristina A. Cruz
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Chapter I: INTRODUCTION Historical Background of the School/Company’s Here is the Historical Background of the Municipality of Binangonan Rizal. According to the records of Huerta Cavada , Binangonan, originally a visita of Morong, was separated and became independent parish in 1621. Another version stated, however, that Binangonan was separated from Morong in 1737. Binangonan was first under the ecclesiastical administration of the Franciscans. A treaty between the Franciscans and the Jesuits in 1679 assigned Binangonan to the latter in exchange of the former dominion over Baras. After 18 years, the Jesuits transferred their power over Binangonan to the Calced Augustinians in 1697. Forty years later, the Calded Augustinians restored it back to the Franciscans in 1731. In 1766, the Superior Gobierno licensed Angono as an independent parish separating it from Binangonan. Angono's ecclesiastical activities were placed under the care of the secular clergy. In 1835, Binangonan was separated from the province of Laguna and incorporated in the newly created Districts de los Mateo, later on renamed Distrito Politico Militar de Morong.On August 6, 1898, the natives of Binangonan joined the revolutionary government of General Emilio Aguinaldo against the Spanish rule. Under the American regime, Binangonan became an independent municipality under General Order No. 40 of March 29, 1900. On June 11, 1901, Act No. 137 of the Philippine Commission incorporated this town with the newly created province of Rizal. Binangonan temporarily lost independence when it was combined with Morong, Baras and Cardona by virtue of Act No. 942 in 1903. Act No. 948 of November 6, 1903 restored independence to Binangonan and made Angono a part of Binangonan again. On January 1, 1939, Angono was made an independent town and part of the province of Rizal.
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School/Company’s Vision and Mission Vision BINANGONAN with an abundant economic, opportunity to all, vibrant and healthy ecology that will usher to a progressive CITY. Mission To harness all resources to serve the needs of its constituents toward industrialization and urbanization with dedicated and accountable public officials and empowered citizenry through the guidance of the Divine Providence.
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Organizational Chart of Treasurer’s Office Michelle Louise H. Fernandez Joy Ann A. Mendoza Dindo P. Gadiano Mary Jane C. Marquez Rochelle C. Antazo Al Jefferson A. Bolante Carmina P. Tacardan Steve V. Cerda Marigold B. Celestra Ma. Theresa D.M Fidellaga Ma. Nestita B. Olandria Carolina V. Valle Rose Ann Q. Espinoosa Rommel Francis L. Evangelista Ma. Dolores V. Cerrado Lalaine A. Olorvida Ailyn V. Abrenica Josephine B. Ceñidoza Olivia A. Atienza Municipal Treasurer
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Immersion Schedule The Humanities and Social Sciences Strand offer a working immersion as a part of the completion of the Practical Research II subject. The Grade 12 – Our
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