School sought to remain ‘ok’ | law school dean reassures stakeholders

With the ceaseless issues shunning the leadership of the founder of JMCFI, school official spoke with “utmost confidence and conviction” that the status of the learning community will be okay.

Attorney Israelito P. Torreon, the Dean of the College of Law, said in his talk during the Town Hall Meeting set on Friday afternoon that amidst the legal challenges citing the school, the school will still be “okay”, stressing that JMCFI is a separate corporate entity and that JMarians should be assured that academic operations remain going as assented by the development and progress report of School President Dr. Felix C. Chavez, Jr.

“We will be okay”, Israelito affirmed. “We will be assuredly, consistently, and qualitatively okay,” he further guaranteed.

The Town Hall Meeting was organized with the attendance of the parents and students from the Integrated Basic Education, College, College of Law, and College of Medicine at the KJC Hall on Feb. 23, 2024.

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  • Lord Vincent Van Mendoza

    Vince is the student publication adviser of The JMarian. His journalism experience includes being a student writer, an associate editor, and a chief editor in his collegiate publication. He is a licensed professional teacher (LPT), Davao event host and spinner, digital marketing specialist, trainer, keynote speaker, and writer. He is digitally known as the 'Digital Lourd' of Davao city, Philippines.

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