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      Foundation Anniversary of the Diocese of Pasig

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postheadericon STVPS Basketball Boys First Encounter

By Admin

STVPS Elementary and High School Basketball Teams had their first encounter in the hard court with pupils of Holy Family Parochial School and students of Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian last August 7, 2014 at Bo. Kapitolyo Mini Amphi Theater. 

Coach Mr. Joel Yacap, Assistant Coach Mr. Rafael Rojo and School Nurse Mr. Eleazar Pada brought first the elementary pupils to play with the pupils of Holy Family Parochial School.  The boys tried their best to advance their scores through outside shooting and three point shots but were unsuccessful.  The game ended with 40-49 in favor of the Holy Family Parochial School team. 

Meanwhile, the high school team was hopeful to triumph over their equally talented opponent from Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian.   The first half was really a struggle as the players tried to adjust their set plays and to establish their communications inside the hard court.  However, with the insistence of the coach to faithfully execute the plays added the inspiration of the other players, the boys redeemed their confidence and gained their momentum.  The score moved further away courtesy of several successful 3 points shots, interceptions, and drives.  John Dell Villarente, Angelo Barabad and Amiel Joseph Pineda were among those who made remarkable contributions in the game.  The game ended at 42 – 71 in favor of STVPS. 

Though exhausted, the boys were happy with their experience and promised to practice more for the next game. 


postheadericon PAC's New Sets of Officers

By Christia Lynette L. Piduca(IV-STV)



 The Parents Advisory Council (PAC) held their first meeting for the A.Y. 2014-2015 last July 25, at the Multimedia Room (MMR). The meeting started at 10:00am and was participated in by the Parents Classroom Officers.

   The first part of the meeting was administered by Dr. Leo B. Galve, explaining the objectives of PAC - abbreviated into P.A.R.E.N.T.S. P-  Parenting A- Alliance R- Responsibility E- Efficient N- Nobility T- Tact S- Service

It was followed by the financial report of last year's expenses and projects implemented by the PAC President, Mrs. Carolyn Santiago.

   The second part of the meeting was the election of the new PAC officers. The newly elected officers were:

President: Mrs. Melody Bayer

Vice President: Mrs. Susan Tagle

Secretary: Mrs. Rosela Matre

Assistant Secretary: Mrs. Aileen Cestina

Treasurer: Mrs. Maureen Rogado

Assistant Treasurer: Mrs. Maylyn Piduca

Auditor: Mr. Bimbo Quibael

P.R.O.: Mrs. Lorna Grepaldeo

Muse: Mrs. Marilen Reyes

Escort: Mr. Rommel Tejada




1                       Mrs. Leticia Tropa                           

2                       Mrs. Grace Revilla

3                       Mrs. Sharon Santos

4                       Mrs. Jane Lauc

5                       Mrs. Elsa Cruz

6                       Mrs. Laura Francisco

7                       Mr. Robert Villar

8                       Mrs. Luz Cruz

9                       Mr. Jerome Gonzales

Fourth Year         Mrs. Edna Trajano


    The meeting was presided by Mrs. Helen H. Aquino, PAC Coordinator and the school's Assistant to the Principal with the presence of last year's officers.



Last Updated (Friday, 08 August 2014 08:15)


postheadericon STVPS Submits FAPE Documents

By Admin

Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School submits required Documents of 375 students and 14 teachers who are entitled to receive a P10,000.00 tuition discount (for students) and P12,000.00 salary subsidy (for teachers.)  Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Principal and Mr. Rafael A. Rojo, School MIS, left early on July 25, 2014 and arrived before the 8:30 required time at Salamin Building, Makati City.  The documents include the Billing Statement of the students and the teachers who will be receiving said assistance.  Upon arrival, Ms. Weng and Sir Don Don warmly welcomed Sir Leo and Sir Bogs.  The Government Assistance to Students and Teachers of Private Education or GASTPE requires all participating schools that are enjoying the Fund for Assistance to Private Education or FAPE to submit these documents on or before August 15, 2014.  The following is the number of slots granted to Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School for the past 4 school years:  S.Y. 2011 – 2012 = 50; S.Y. 2012 – 2013 = 100; S.Y. 2013 – 14 = 106, and S.Y. 2014 – 2015 = 136.  The school is grateful to Ms. Maria Imelda M. Balabat, Registrar, for securing all the required data; Mr. Rafael for encoding the data and classifying the documents inside the 6 folders; Ms. Rowelyn I. Guloy, Bookkeeper, for securing the list of tuition and other fees and STI1; student and parent recipients for submitting the required documents on time; and to God for His grace.

Last Updated (Saturday, 26 July 2014 03:45)


postheadericon Laptops for Classroom Instructions

By:  Leo B. Galve, DEM

    Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School takes another step towards improving classroom instruction as the school provides 6 brand new  laptops for teachers.  The laptops were loaned to teachers to be used for their research and presentations.  It also hopes to maximize the use of additional LCD projectors purchased prior to the opening of the school year.  Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon wanted the teachers to become a breast on the use of new technology in order to make the learning activity more interesting and effective.  Last July 4, 2014, the school director took the initiative to include in his monthly formation to school personnel the practical application of power point presentations in instruction.  Two speakers were also purchased intended for audio-video presentations.  The 6 school personnel and the entire school community were thankful to the director in providing this rare opportunity and the finance personnel in funding the equipments for teaching innovation. 

Last Updated (Friday, 25 July 2014 05:48)


postheadericon PaDSS Olympics 2014, Opens

By Mrs. Ma. Nenette D. Rogel

The Pasig Diocesan Schools System, in cooperation with the Philippine Sports Commission highlighted the opening of the 2014 Olympics on July 18, 2014 with the theme: “Cheerful Holy Heroes as One!”  The opening ceremony was held at Phil Sports Arena, Pasig City.

The Opening Ceremony of the Olympics 2014 was participated in by the following schools: Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School, Sto. Niño Parish School, Tipas Catholic School, Holy Family Parochial School, Sta. Rosa Catholic School, Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian, Bicutan Parochial School, Sto. Niño Catholic School, Colegio de Santa Ana, Pateros Catholic School, and Pasig Catholic College.

The program started with the entrance of National and PaDSS Colors, STVPS Drum and Lyre Corps, athletes from PaDSS Member Schools headed by their respective school administrators and personnel.  It was followed by the Prayer Service of Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara, D.D, the Philippine National Anthem was led by STVPS Drum and Lyre Corps with Mr. Drean Sabuco, STVPS Music Teacher, conducting.  Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña, PaDSS Superintendent, welcomed the participants.  

Bishop Mylo Hubert Vergara was accompanied by eleven athletes from different participating schools to light the torch after which the oath of sportsmanship was headed by Pateros Catholic School.  A warm-up Zumba was done to attune athletes of the day’s competition.  Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña formally opened the PaDSS Olympics.  

Aside from the Bishop who arrived early at the venue, the following school directors who were also present:  Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña, Director of Bicutan Parochial School; Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon, Director of STVPS; Rev. Fr. Emmanuel Hipolito, Director of Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian; Rev. Fr. Juvi Coronel, Director of Tipas Catholic School; Rev. Fr. Jorge Billosillo, Director of Holy Family Parochial School; Rev. Fr. Paul Balagtas, Director of Sto. Niño Catholic School; and Rev. Fr. Hokan M. Samson, Director of Sto. Niño Parish School.  

On the other hand, during one of the Director’s Council Meeting last June 16, 2014, Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon, shared his 4-point reflections: play to enjoy, play to make friends, play to realize personal potentials and play to win.  Rev. Fr. Abraham M. Cruz, STVPS Chaplain, was also present during the event.

Mr. Neil Cundangan of Pasig Catholic College, Ms. Lhove Rodriguez of Tipas Catholic School and Mrs. Cris Cruz of Colegio de Santa Ana were the masters of ceremonies. 

Last Updated (Friday, 25 July 2014 05:47)


postheadericon DIRECTOR’S MESSAGE ON JULY 7, 2014

1.    PREFACE/GREETINGS: God is good! All the time! Jesus Christ! My Lord and My God! Holy Spirit! My Advocate and Helper! Immaculate Heart of Mary! Be my salvation!
2.    PROCLAMATION: First Principle and Philosophy of Education: I believe in the uniqueness of every person. Second Principle and Philosophy: I believe in the dignity of each human being. The Third Principle: I believed has a tremendous potential. The key word is potential. It means the capacity to become better. It also means possibility. It is the quality of being realizable. It means it can develop into something else.

What is the foundation of the man’s potential? First, when God created man / woman, God created him / her not as a finished product. As the saying goes: “Be patient with me! God is not finished with yet.” Just like a seed that has the potential t become fruit tree, in the same way, each person has the potential and the possibility to become a fully human and fully alive individual. Second, every person is endowed with freedom. Freedom enables him / her to choose among alternatives. Freedom enables man to improve himself. Freedom with the aid of intellect will direct him to what is the truth and what is good for him. With freedom, man can realize his potential. Third, man has the capacity to project himself into the future. He can project what he will be five years from now or ten years from now. With a clear self-project, he can start planning how to reach his goals. If my goal is to be a doctor someday, then I should start being serious with my studies, especially biology subject and other related subjects. I will see to it that very day is a step closer to my goal. If my goal is to become a good journalist, then I should be serious with communication arts: vocabularies, grammar, forms of speech, reading, language, etc.

3. PRACTICAL APPLICATION: What are the implications of possessing a tremendous potentials?

3.1. Because I have potential, I cannot lose hope. And I will not allow small setbacks to stop me from pursuing my goals in life.

3.2. Because I have tremendous potential, I will not affected by the negative judgment of others. I know myself better that them, I know my potentials. I know what I can do.

3.3. Because others have potential in themselves, I have no right to limit their possibilities. History has shown that the powerful become lowly and lowly become powerful. The kings were sent empty away, the poor are blessed with so much.

3.4. Because others have potentials, I will give them the respect they deserve. I will support them and give them my affirmation.

Remember always, God is not finished with us yet! With God’s grace and our own effort, we can become a better person. As St. Ignatius of Loyola said: “Pray as if everything depends on God, but work as if everything depends on you.”     

God bless,

Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon
School Director

Last Updated (Monday, 21 July 2014 05:03)



The Parents Annual General Assembly was flocked by 626 Registered Participants at Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish on June 21, 2014.  All advisers including the subject teachers joined forces to record and confirm the unexpected number of parents and guardians to attend the assembly.  At 7:30, teachers started to register the participants.  Ms. Gina Bagtas led the parents to the Opening Prayer.  Dr. Leo B. Galve presented the thrusts and directions the school planned to undertake within the school year likewise with the directions set by the new director, Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon who took office last June 1, 2014.  Some parents asked questions after the presentation.  At around 9:00 a.m. Rev. Fr. Abraham Cruz, the new School Chaplain, led the Closing Prayer and gave his blessings.  Ms. Rechelle Carolino acted as the Master of Ceremonies.  Parents were directed to proceed to the school for the Organizational Meeting to elect officers who will comprise the Parents Advisory Council.

Last Updated (Monday, 07 July 2014 05:56)

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