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Hon. Pedro R. Sabido Sr. passed Republic Act 1613 and1900 which established the School for Philippine Craftsmen on June 1, 1959 in Polangui, Albay.
The school was officially inaugurated by President Carlos P. Garcia on October 23, 1959 and was formally opened on the same date by Mr. Leon Gatmaitan, then chief of the Home Industries Division of the Bureau of Public Schools, who was designated by the Secretary of the Department of Education to organize and administer the school.
Since the school was the first of its kind at the time of its conception in 1959, it became the pilot school in Home Industries, offering short term courses as well as the lay people and other professionals in the Bicol Region who would like to venture in home industries. The training program of the school consisted of instruction in the selection and processing materials, designing, and the execution of designs or craftsmanship. Trainees were trained in the production and manufacture of crafts using native materials commonly found in the communities, such as bamboo, rattan, abaca, coir, nito and others.
Due to the needs of the time, the 4-year Trade Secondary Curriculum which was based from the Secondary Education Development Program (SEDP); the 2-year Trade Technical Course (2-YTCHM) in school year 1998 – 1999 and the 4-year Bachelor of Science in Practical Arts Education (BSPAE) was converted to 4-year Bachelor of Science in Technology Education (BSTE) starting school year 1997 – 1998.
In view of the educational needs of the locality, the following additional formal education courses have been offered: the 4-year Secondary Home Industries which was opened n the school year 1971-1972 and later changed to 4-year Secondary Trade curriculum; the 2-year Technical Course in Home. Industries Management opened in 1975 – 1976, also converted to 2-year Trade Technical Curriculum.
Bachelor of Practical Arts Education which was opened starting the first semester of school year 1976 - 1977. The school also offered 1-year Certificate of Craftsman Technology for Home Industries which was granted to the school as an accolade in passing the assessment given by the Technical Panel for Technical and Vocational Education.
Cognizant of the need for middle-level manpower in the various areas which shall provide the necessary skills and knowledge called for by technical positions, the school offered 1-year Certificate of Craftsman Technology course in school year 1989 – 1990.
The following administrators headed the school: Mr. Jesus R. Galvante (1959-1961); Mr. Restituto B. Galvante (1961-1973); Mrs. Belen R. Samson (1973-1974); Mr. Juanito B. Cacapit (1974-1979); Mr. Francisco S. Hernandez (1979-1994); Mr. Remedio M. Obedoza (March-Oct. 1994);Dr. Rocely A. Fonacier (Oct. 1994-2001).
The school was then transferred under the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), Region V in the school year 1997-98. On the December 14, 2000, by virtue of R.A. 7722, R.A. 8292 & R.A. 8769 the school was integrated to Bicol University as one of its units and changed the name into Bicol University Polangui Campus.
Goals and Objectives
Provide quality education and trainings in the field of education, science and technology;
Undertake social, developmental and applied scientific researches that are relevant to the regional and national goals;
Undergo efficient and effective extension program through service and community related activities; and
Engage in sustainable income generating projects to increase financial capabilities of the institution.
Bicol University Polangui Campus
COMPUTER STUDIES AND ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT
Jenlo Diamse - Instructor I, Department Chairman
Melissa Jeankie Rellon ( Instructor I)
Mary Antoniette Ariño ( Instructor II)
Anthony Cabrillas ( Associate Professor I)
Eunice Jane Doctor ( Instructor I)
Norlijun Hilutin ( Instructor I)
Christopher Pacardo ( Instructor II)
Guillermo Red Jr. ( Instructor I)
Mercenario Legaspi ( Instructor I)
Jerry Agsunod ( Instructor I)
Joseph Carinan ( Instructor I)
Ferdinand Cilot ( Instructor I)
Floradel Relucio ( Instructor I)
Ben Saminiano ( Instructor I)
Caryl Silang ( Instructor I)
Maria Elena Samalea
Russel James Serrano
TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Francia A. Ilarde - Associate Professor I, Department Chairman
Bernardo L. Salvante ( Associate Professor III)
Ma. Merlie R. Arbo ( Associate Professor V)
Vilma B. Aycardo ( Associate Professor II)
Nelly B. Belchez ( Associate Professor V)
Mary Joy B. Catangui ( Associate Professor IV)\
Rebecca B. Flores ( Associate Professor II)
Nestor S. Ilarde ( Associate Professor I)
Aida B. Marbella ( Associate Professor IV)
BB Benjamin III D. Nebres ( Instructor I)
Ma. Julita B. Obiles ( Associate Professor IV)
Salvador R. Rastrullo ( Associate Professor I)
Maximo R. Razal Jr. ( Instructor III)
Bernardita B. Riñon ( Associate Professor IV)
Janette Z. Salinel ( Associate Professor I)
Beverly R. Miraflor ( Instructor I)
John Thomas P. Satimbre ( Instructor I)
Medina S. Ariño
Evelyn P. Albao
Erian P. Alim
Edwin SJ. De Duque
Antonio C. Poblete
Roberto . Riparip
Celso S. Regalia
Margarita N. Sto. Domingo
Joelan . Tino
Ma. Francesca B. Hilutin
Joselina B. Florin
Mary Joy R. Reburiano
Elisa . Nuñez
Marlyn S. Santayana
Jennie R. Tantiado
Allan . Roncesvalles
Gina . Balingbing
Clyde Alexander A. Antioquia
Janet S. Ibarreta
TECHNOLOGY AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEPARTMENT
Eden M. Llamera - Instructor II, Department Chairman
Edsel P. Samaniego ( Instructor I)
Ernesto O. Alim ( Associate Professor I)
Mario J. Aycardo ( Associate Professor II)
Milagros O. Belchez ( Associate Professor II)
William A. Enaje ( Instructor III)
Leonora S. Lanuzo ( Associate Professor IV)
Zaldy C. Magnate ( Associate Professor II)
Marlo E. Masinag ( Associate Professor IV)
Juan B. Perez Jr. ( Associate Professor I)
Henedina B. Refalda ( Associate Professor IV)
Ruby L. Rosasenia ( Instructor I)
Jaime B. Santiano ( Associate Professor I)
Jufe M. Sequitin ( Associate Professor II)
Francisco S. Tubig Jr. ( Associate Professor I)
Bryan . Maraño ( Instructor I)
Eduardo T. Moyo
Christian Andrew E. Mendoza
Marlyn O. Padre
Teodoro R. Revidad
Elmer O. Orbeso
Janylyn M. Necio
Rogelio O. Morojo Jr.
Dexter C. Sarte
Francisco D. Registrado
Sunjay C. Gandia
Sonnylen G. Requillas
NURSING AND HEALTH SCIENCES DEPARTMENT
Binondo G. Revidad Jr. - Instructor I, Department Chairman
Daisy D. Lorilla ( Instructor I)
Marimel S. Narvaez ( Instructor I)
Ma. Mercedes A. Remon ( Instructor I)
Artemio Jerome S. Rivera ( Instructor I)
Ma. Salvacion P. Amante
Roel . Gnilo
Alexis . Balde
Gina P. Bobis
Dennis B. Gogola
Willie . Lacsa
Elma Q. Marzo
Nida S. Nate
Eduardo . Bongat
Jose M. Relacion
Edgar . Salarson
Cynthia . Tuanqui
Carina Jane T. Matcum
Lorena V. Liao
Jose Andgelo S. Nate
Kenn S. Nuyda
Xandra S. Rivera
Aileen C. Salceda
Loida B. Villanueva
Prof. Merlie R. Arbo
Dean, Polangui Campus