[Blueboard] SITUATION REPORT - Monday, 16 March 2009

Irine Escuadro iescuadro at ateneo.edu
Tue Mar 17 09:09:22 PHT 2009


SITUATION REPORT
(Monday, 16 March 2009)

The Situation Report of 16 March 2009, with relevant photos, is posted at

 http://www.ateneo.edu/index.php?p=120&type=2&sec=26&aid=6515

It may also be downloaded as a Word file from 

http://www.ateneo.edu/upp/sitrep_doc/Sitrep_160309.doc



TRAFFIC:  Grade School’s 4TH quarter exams dismissal schedule this week may
result in heavier traffic than usual.  The community is advised to make
alternative arrangements to avoid the expected congestion at the Gate 2 area
at the times indicated, particularly by 11:00 a.m. when the bulk of Grade
School students are dismissed:    

16 & 17 March – Monday & Tuesday
 
  9:30 a.m.				Prep & Grade 1 AM
533 students
 11:00 a.m.				Grades 2 to 6
2,673 students 
  1:30 p.m.				Prep & Grade 1 PM
497 students
  1:00 – 5:00 p.m.		Rehearsals Grade 7		   503
students

18 March – Wednesday
 
  9:30 a.m.				Prep & Grade 1 AM
533 students 
 11:00 a.m.				Grades 2 to 6
2,673 students 
  1:30 p.m.				Prep & Grade 1 PM
497 students 
  7:15 a.m. till 12:00 noon	Rehearsals Grade 7	        503 students

	
19 March – Thursday
 
  9:00 a.m.				Grade 3
534 students
 11:00 a.m.				Grades 4 to 6
1,603 students
  7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.	Grade 7 Rehearsals		   503
students
  No Classes		   Prep & Grade 1 AM & PM & Grade2   1,566 students 

20 March – Friday
 
11:00 a.m.				Grades 4 to 6
1,603 students
 7:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.		Grade 7 Rehearsals 		   503
students
 No Classes 			Primary Schools			 2,100
students 


Widening of Katipunan Avenue is almost complete.  The community is cautioned
to drive defensively along Katipunan when traffic is light as drivers are
prone to speed.  
   

2009-2010 Gate Pass Stickers:  The procedure for getting the 2009-2010 gate
pass stickers will be released next week.  Details are being worked out with
the school units now to facilitate the issuance of the stickers.  There is
no increase in the cost of the gate pass stickers.

SECURITY:  There is a decrease in misplaced and lost personal belongings in
the Loyola Schools this week.  The names of those who find and return items
are published to recognize their good deeds.  Items found and not claimed by
owners are turned over to school units to expedite the return of the
recovered items to owners.  

Found and returned:

1.	Monday, 9 Mar.:  Cell phone found by SG GILBERT T BACCAY (shown in
the picture) on top of table at JSEC Mall.  The owner claimed it on the same
day.
2.	Monday, 9 Mar.:  SG GILBERT T BACCAY also found a Nike bag
containing shorts, towel, cash and umbrella at the JSEC Mall.  The owner of
the bag could not be identified.  The bag and contents were turned over to
Loyola Schools ADSA office the following day.
3.	Wednesday, 11 Mar.:  SG JOEY C PANGANIBAN found a cell phone on the
ground floor of Leong Hall.  It was claimed by the owner at the security
office on the same day.
4.	Wednesday, 11 Mar.:  SG JOSE P SORIANO found a black Adidas bag
containing an Apple iPod, two stainless food containers and a t-shirt near
the High School APSA office.  The items were turned over to the High School
APSA office.
5.	Thursday, 12 Mar.:  SG EMMANUEL M ARANO found a guitar with case at
the High School.  This was also turned over to the High School APSA office.

6.	Thursday, 12 Mar.: SG EMILIANO D GEVERO found a pair of Nike shoes
at the football field.  This was also turned over to the High School APSA
office. 
7.	Friday, 13 Mar.:  LS student MR. RALPH JORDAN UY found a wallet with
cash at the Bellarmine Hall carpark shown on the left side of the 7th frame.
8.	Sunday, 15 Mar.:  SIC FERNANDO G PEROCHE found a yellow pouch
containing an iPod, driver’s license and cash at the Upper East carpark.
This together with the wallet found by Mr. Ralph Uy was turned over to the
LS ADSA office shown in frame 8.

Thursday, 12 Mar.:  SG BONIFACIO D GAROL found an unlocked car at the
Central carpark.  Inside the vehicle was a laptop.  In the presence of his
supervisor, he locked the vehicle.  Again, motorists are requested to double
check and make sure their vehicles are locked after parking.

Vandals are still active putting graffiti along Katipunan.  First three
frames show the graffiti at the Gate 2.5 footbridge.  Next three frames show
the graffiti painted over.

PARKING:  One hundred six (106) parking slots have been opened at the
Northwest carpark.  

Frames 1 & 2 show the area at the Northwest carpark that will be used for
parking this week after parking barriers have been installed (shown in
frames 3 & 4).  Some 50 cars can be accommodated in this area and will be
available for vehicles during graduation week.   

The area closer to the creek is now open for parking.  Drivers are not
allowed to wait in the new parking area to minimize litter and discourage
gambling.  





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