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postheadericon School personnel flock Santolan Elementary School and Santolan High School

It was amazing to note that the school personnel of the Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School flocked at the nearby public elementary and high school to teach basic catechesis.  School personnel grouped themselves according to their personal preference and they have selected the time schedule students in public schools are taught values education.  With the help of the indefatigable catechists of the parish headed by Mrs. Carolyn Santiago, school personnel were escorted to the classes they opted to teach.   On the other hand, school personnel who taught in Santolan High School were endorsed by Mrs. Melody Bayer, the school’s Guidance Counselor.  After the initial experience of teaching catechism, school personnel found the desire to continue their catechism classes until March.  Some wanted to have a regular weekly encounter with their new found students.  Congratulations school personnel, the school is really proud of you.

postheadericon 3- Day Consecutive Seminar on K to 12 Implementations sponsored by Rex Bookstore.

by: Ma'am Helen H. Aquino

Selected teachers of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School had participated a three-day on-going transition seminar of K-12 implementation program sponsored by Rex Bookstore, along with the Philippine Normal University that developed the modules which guided and enlightened in the execution of K to 12 program held at the Diamond and Heritage Hotels last Nov.10, 2012, January 19 and February 9, 2013. It is a module for training the Private School Leaders to assist, learn, and discuss  important transformation necessitated by the K to 12 curriculum.
    This In-depth Seminars “Train the Trainer” program was designed to cascade learning covering the following modules:
Module 1 – K to 12 Curriculum Rationale & Transition Management
Module 2 – Pedagogical Content Knowledge Strategies (PCK of K to 12), Break-out sessions for English, Math, Science and Social Studies with workshop/hands-on activities, participants output Lesson Plan.
Module 3- Assessment Strategies for Kto12 Traditional versus Authentic, Break- out sessions, workshop- sample item for both traditional and authentic assessment.
   Said seminars were very helpful in preparing the teachers to design strategies and assessment anchored on SBA’A GRAPS framework which may be significant in the derivation of evidences of learning Kto12 curriculum. These may also appraise students’ preparedness to face real world situation and problems.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 February 2013 06:32)


postheadericon BORACAY ESCAPADES

by: Sir Mar Malabanan

With the desire of STVPS School Director, Rev. Fr. Ramil R. Marcos, teachers paid a visit to Boracay last October 23,2012. We couldn’t believe it. The weather is almost perfect reaching Boracay. Perhaps it was a great consolation for the teachers to rest and to relax.
But nevertheless, it did not stop the teachers to have the time of their life as they enjoyed the pristine beaches and cool, turquoise waters of Boracay under the scorching heat of the sun. With fine, powdery white sand in between toes, teachers would say that it was a blessing to have a breakaway from all the school work left behind in the city. The teachers stayed at Station 3, in Villa Romero Hotel. And we must say,they delivered premium service as they were able to elicit major satisfaction from us.  
Teachers find Boracay very impressive by the untouched, virgin beaches of the country as opposed to the highly commercialized beaches around. As observed, Boracay has been transformed into an intensely commercialized and highly marketed establishment that it somehow negates the ideals of beach getaways. Surely Boracay escapades would be characterized by serenity, relaxation, and tranquility. In contrast, Boracay is well-famed for its night life and hardcore party scenes. So perhaps, the judgment would always be the prerogative of the visiting tourist. If you’re into partying and more developed accommodations, we guess, Boracay would be perfect beach getaway for you. Nevertheless, developed or undeveloped, Boracay would still deliver the promise of a great communion with nature.
    The school personnel greatly expressed their gratitude to the Board of Trustees, Rev. Fr. Ramil R. Marcos and School Administrators for this once in a lifetime unforgettable experience.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 19 February 2013 03:27)


postheadericon STVPS Hosts Medical Mission of the Parish and Camillians Sisters

September 29, 2012 may be dim and drizzly but with the desire to serve the people of Santolan, the Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish and Camillian Sisters join forces to cater the medical needs of the people amid unpredictable rain.  Through the Parish Pastoral Council, ministries were assigned to participate in the medical mission.  Driving the 708 patients, 7 medical practitioners, nurse volunteers and Camillian Sisters were assisted by 4 Parish Pastoral Council Officers, 13 Purok Leaders and Lay Ministers, 4 Vocation Club Members, 8 CWL, 12 PYM, and 5 school personnel move around the campus making sure that everybody gets the chance to see the doctor and have medicines.  ECG and X-Ray services were also provided.  As per record, the people who came to visit the school include the 294 pediatrics, 151 adults, 66 senior citizens, and 197 walk-ins in different levels.  Through the SSDM, food was cooked for them.  At around ten, they have delicious chicken sandwich.  The volunteers also have pansit, sinigang na baboy and fried chicken.  Thank you Camillian Sisters for making the school a part of this noble endeavor.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 February 2013 13:12)


postheadericon STVPS Opens the 2012-2013 Intramurals

By: Lea B. Tumabotabo

    September 05, 2012, was the opening of the 2012-2013 Intramurals at 2:00 p.m. at the school’s quadrangle.  The event was hosted by Ms. Romina Roque and Mr. Reu Tan.  It started with the parade of the players starting off with the Blue Dragons coached by Mr. Rafael Rojo, the Green Pythons of Mr. Drean Sabuco, Pink Panthers of Mr. Great Allan Ong, Red Cardinals of Mr. Raymond Derilo, and the White Jaguars of Mr. Joseph Cruz.  The opening prayer was led by Lea Tumabutabo, SSG President,  followed by the singing of the Philippine National Anthem conducted by Deza Mondragon, a 4th year student  of St. Thomas Aquinas.  Mr. Kevin Cabrera, 4th year student of St. Thomas of Villanueva, lighted th etorch and ran around the school campus symbolizing the enduring fire of sportsmanship and camaraderie. The Oath of Sportsmanship was led by Klark Brillantes, 4th year student of St. Tomas of Villanueva.  Dr. Leo Galve, declared the official opening of the Intramurals.  He also awarded the Best in Muse and Best in Uniform together with Mrs. Helen Aquino.  The Red Cardinals bagged these two major awards.  The event was also highligted by an exhibition game of basketball between STVPS and Sto. Niño the Shepherd School in which STVPS won with the score of 125 – 22.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 12 February 2013 13:13)


postheadericon Grade and Year Level Officers Elect Parents Advisory Council

In commemoration of the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary, elected grade and year level officers convened to elect the officers of the Parents Advisory Council.  With the supervision of Mrs. Helen Aquino, in-charge of the PAC, forty two officers from different grade and year level gathered inside the school library.  The program started with the Opening Prayer led by Mrs. Josefina S. Lausingco, Assistant to the Principal, who also presided the election of officers.  Dr. Leo B. Galve delivered his opening remarks and presented to the body the positions needed to comprise the council.  The following are the newly elected PAC Officers:


    President                            :Mrs. Carolyn Santiago
    Vice President                     :Mr. Manny Meran
    Secretary                             :Mrs. Maureen Rogado
    Assistant Secretary             :Mrs. Nelia Castro
    Treasurer                            :Mrs. Gina Nocum
    Assistant Treasurer            :Mrs. Jacqueline Gutierrez
    Auditor                                :Mrs. Susan Tagle
    Business Manager               :Mr. Rolando Osita
    Public Relations Officer        :Mr. Ferdie Jardin
    Muse (Special Function)        :Mrs. Mericel Pascual
    Escort (special Function)       :Mr. Vince Loremas

After the election, Mrs. Helen Aquino presided the first PAC meeting.  Congratulations parent officers.  We pray that we will be fruitful for the entire school year.

Last Updated (Thursday, 13 September 2012 12:35)


postheadericon STVPS Rejoices with the Diocese of Pasig

 by: Christia Lynette L. Piduca

As STVPS’ solidarity with the Diocese of Pasig on its 9th anniversary celebration last August 2, 2012, students from 2nd year SVP (St. Vincent de Paul) and SFA (St. Francis of Assisi) were sent to the Immaculate Conception Cathedral to witness and actively participate in the celebration.

    His Excellency, Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara celebrated the Holy Mass together with an array of priests from different parishes. Along with the clergy are the flocks of students coming from various schools. Rev. Fr. Ramil R. Marcos, the STVPS’ much-loved director tackled the upcoming diocesan events and endeavors. At the same time, he excitedly invited everybody to take part with great joy. Bishop Mylo, after his short but concise talk, gave his final blessings. Everyone went home filled with God’s grace and with a free merienda!

Last Updated (Thursday, 13 September 2012 12:18)

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