Friday, July 18, 2008


San Pablo City – A mathematics instructor from San Pablo City Science High School (SPCSHS) is this year’s recipient of much coveted Most Outstanding Teacher Award conferred annually by Emerald Lions Club in recognition to the dedications of educators from public schools city wide.

Club President Pacita Ang Uy announced this school year’s winner Albert T. Saul, himself a product of public elementary school system, as worthy of the award for exemplary performance and truly deserving to the calling of the duties and responsibilities as a public school teacher.

Saul finished his elementary education at San Anton Elementary School, high school at Laguna College, both in San Pablo City and enhanced his talents at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) where he graduated Bachelor of Science in Forest Products.

Upon leaving the state university, he had short teaching stints at Laguna College, Southville International School and main campus of San Pablo City National High School where he tutored wide ranging subjects on General Science, Earth Science Chemistry and Physics. It built him a strong foundation in the fields of mathematics wherein the loss of said schools became SPCSHS gain, where Saul is on his fourth year as a math teacher.

Saul is an exact image of what a teacher should be, a precious asset and a living testimony that formed part of a whole which uphold SPCSHS visions as premier science high school of the province. His contributions elevated it to be among the top 3 institution, general average wise, in the entire Calabarzon Region. (SANDY BELARMINO)

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