Farmville is a web based game that is part of social media giant Facebook. In this game you are a farmer. You have to plow your land and then you can plant various food items and flowers. Plowing, and planting crops costs virtual money depending on what crop you choose to plant. You also gain experience, and this is how you level in this game and unlock more items. Sounds familiar? Have you ever been into a real Farmville where you cultivate soil and plant crops all at once?
Getting into its name, St. Michael’s College Basic Education Department ( BEd) conducted its version of Farmville in the Bayan-Anihan Garden graced with Boodle Fight last January 8, 2011. The activity is in line with the celebration of Students Services Week which brings each faculty and staff in the field as one big happy family in realm of service and excellence. It was a fun-filled activity done with happy hearts. The smiles and cheers of everyone brought meaning to every sweat that fell in a cool morning.
Another milestone has been part of the history of the faculty and staff’s walk to remember as they journey together outside the four corners of the classroom. They believe in the spirit of teamwork as the ability to work together toward a common vision and the ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results. Sail on SMC. Biboh Michaelite!
St. Michael's College of Iligan City, a Catholic institution of higher learning in Iligan City, administered by the Religious of the Virgin Mary (RVM), offering four levels of education: elementary, secondary, tertiary and graduate school.
Its programs are accredited by the Philippine Accrediting Association of Schools, Colleges and Universities (PAASCU) for 25 years, a silver triumph indeed!