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SEPTEMBER 13, 2016 - PaDSS Superintendent Council Meeting

SEPTEMBER 14-15, 2016 - Second Monthly Test

SEPTEMBER 16, 2016 - Distribution of Cards

SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 - Grand Alumni Home Coming

SEPTEMBER 19-21, 2016 - 50th Celebration Anniversary

 

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postheadericon Dr. Galve Witnesses the Signing of MoU



    As a representative of Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña, PaDSS Superintendent, Dr. Leo Galve witnessed the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Manila Ecclesiastical Province School Systems Association (MaPSA), Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) and Radyo Veritas 846 Global Broadcasting System, Inc.  held at the 4th Floor, Arzobispado de Manila, Intramuros, Manila on June 22, 2016.  

    The signing of the Memorandum of Understanding was done in two sets.  First was the signing of MoU between MaPSA and MTRCB headed by His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal G. Tagle and Rev. Fr. Albert N. Delvo, President and Vice President of MaPSA with Hon. Jay C. Revestir, Fr. Nicasio D. Cruz, Hon. Cecilia L. Nubla, and Hon. Anne Marie L. Nemenzo representatives from the MTRCB.

Second was the signing of MoU between MaPSA and Radyo Veritas Global Broadcasting Inc. headed by His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal G. Tagle and Rev. Fr. Albert N. Delvo, representatives from MaPSA and Rev. Fr. Anton C.T. Pascual and  Ms. Audrey A. Elli of Radyo Veritas.  

These Memoranda of Understanding would aid MaPSA member schools in making their programs connected to the media specifically in promoting quality, Catholic Education to which MTRCB and Radyo Veritas pledged their support in ensuring its integrity. His Eminence noted that the days of self-sufficiency and sustainability are gone and MaPSA member schools are in need of partnership, synergy and sharing specifically to combat issues on morality.

Witnessing the event were Dr. Leo B. Galve, Dr. Belen de Jesus, Atty. Carmencita Logan, Atty. Resurrection, Sr. Ma. Rosalina Cristina A. Asuncion, Dr. Judith Aldaba, Rev. Fr. Elpidio D. Biliran Jr., Mr. Jojie Juanerio, and the MaPSA Secretariat.  MaPSA Superintendents were also present headed by its Vice President Rev. Fr. Albert N. Delvo from the Diocese of Novaliches, Msgr. Arnel Lagarejos from the Diocese if Antipolo, Rev. Fr. Raymond Joseph Arre from the Diocese of Cubao, Rev. Fr. Kennedy Neral from the Diocese of Kalookan, Rev. Fr. Flormonico A. Cadiz from the Diocese of Malolos, Rev. Fr. Fidel Fabile from the Diocese of Parañaque and Rev. Fr. Nolan Que from the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila.  

Atty. Carmencita Logan hosted the proceedings which ended 5 minutes before 12:00 noon.

Last Updated (Thursday, 30 June 2016 09:50)

 

postheadericon Introducing STVPS New Employees 2016-2017

Sr. Rosalie Perjes Regencia, OP graduated in Bachelor of Secondary Education at Colegio de San Pascual Baylon in Bulacan.  She also earned her Bachelor of Arts major in Theology and furthered her studies in Master of Arts in Theology and Doctoral Studies in Educational Management in progress at the University of Santo Tomas.  Being a part of the Dominican Order, she was assigned to work in different schools of the Dominican Sisters of St. Joseph.  Currently, she is appointed as the sixth principal of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School. 

Date of Employment:  April 1, 2016

 

Ferdinand Zagala Salguero is a graduate of Philippine Normal University in Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino in 2005.  He was born on March 9, 1983 in Manila.  After his graduation in College, he opted not to teach but venture to work in different non-educational institutions.  However, his passion for teaching haunts him until he decided to give up the pleasures of corporate world to be confined in the classrooms of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School as Filipino teacher – his first formal teaching assignment.

Date of Employment:  May 16, 2016

 

Kathrina May Nazareno Ariem resides at 42-D Evangelista Ave., Santolan, Pasig City.  She graduated Bachelor in Elementary Education with Certification in Preschool Teaching at Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig.  She’s a graduate of Santolan Elementary School and Santolan High School respectively.  She spent her practice teaching in Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School as one of the requirements for graduation in College.  She is assigned as grade school teacher.

Date of Employment:  May 16, 2016

 

Ronaldo De Leon Cruz is a graduate of Bachelor of Secondary Education Major in Filipino at Institute of Creative Computer Technology in 2007.  He was born on November 8, 1985 at currently residing at 179 Lupang Pari, San Miguel, Pasig City.  He was employed in different educational institutions since 2008 but decided to serve Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School.  He is assigned to teach Filipino.

Date of Employment:  May 16, 2016

 

Jana Mica Tortosion Pestañas graduated Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Mathematics – Cum Laude at the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in 2015.  Among her college achievements include Outstanding BSEd Student, Most Outstanding Junior Student and President’s Lister in the second semester of 2013, first and second semesters of 2015 and first semester of 2015.  She graduated high school as third honorable mention at Sta. Lucia High School.  She is assigned to teach Mathematics.

Date of Employment:  May 16, 2016

 

Joy Anne Reyes Puazo is a graduate of Bataan Peninsula State University – Balanga Campus in Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English.  She graduated her elementary education as third honorable mention at Doña Eva Macapagal Central II Elementary School Complex.  She completed her high school education at Laoang National Technical High School in Northern Samar as Journalist of the Year and Performer of the Year.  She graduated college as Dean’s Lister, Journalist of the Year, and third place in News Writing, Feature Writing and Investigative Writing in Filipino.  She is assigned to teach Reading and Language.

Date of Employment:  May 16, 2016

 

Carleen Anne Manzano Huab is the new Guidance Counselor.  She is a graduate of Pasig Catholic College in Bachelor of Science in Psychology.  She completed her basic education in Pasig Catholic College but transferred to Aura College SBMA Subic Zambales for her first college year.  She spent her on-the-job training at Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School during her third year college as assistant to the Guidance Counselor.  She is currently taking her Master’s in Guidance and Counseling.

Date of Employment: March 16, 2016

 

Pear Angelica Hernandez Recio is the new School Secretary.  She lives at #108 Paseo de Animales St., Raymundo Cpd., Santolan, Pasig City.  She worked as the Parish Secretary in 2012 to 2014.  She was also connected to two other agencies before she was called to serve Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School where she attended her freshman and sophomore years. 

Date of Employment:  March 14, 2016

 

Marivic Buitizon Cruz is the new Canteen Manager.  She worked as a volunteer cook for the Feeding Program of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School for 4 years before she was invited to manage the canteen.  She resides at 009 Andres St., Santolan, Pasig City.  She sent two of her children to STVPS during their high school days.

Date of Employment:  April 1, 2016

Last Updated (Wednesday, 15 June 2016 07:34)

 

postheadericon STVPS Opens School Year 2016-2017


    The Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School opens the school year 2016-2017 on June 14, 2016 as stipulated in the Calendar of Activities set by Pasig Diocesan Schools System.  Almost all students came to school clad in their new uniforms.  Parents were also very much excited as they help their children carry their school bags and helping them locate their classroom.
    The opening of classes was solemnized by the opening rites headed by Rev. Fr. Darwin Calderon, Parish Priest and School Chaplain.  At the end of the ceremony, Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director, welcomed the new and the old students.  He also introduced to the community the School Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Dawrin L. Calderon; the new School Principal, Sr. Rosalie P. Regencia, OP; and the new Assistant to the Principal, Ms. Maria Lucia M. Cruz.  

Welcome to STVPS!

Last Updated (Wednesday, 15 June 2016 06:45)

 

postheadericon PaDSS Orients New Recruits


By Admin

    June 6, 2016 marks the second PaDSS wide activity which is the orientation of newly hired personnel of PaDSS member schools.  It was held at San Pedro Calungsod Hall of Pasig Catholic College from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon.  120 participants came from Bicutan Parochial School, Sto. Niño Catholic School, Colegio de Santa Ana, Tipas Catholic School, Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian, Pateros Catholic School, Holy Family Parochial School, Sto. Niño Parish School, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Pasig Catholic College.  Sta. Rosa Catholic School did not send their participant as there was no turn over.  The program started with the Opening Prayer led by Mrs. Thess Fulgueras, HR Officer of Pateros Catholic School.  Rev. Fr. Orlindo F.Ordoña, PaDSS Superintendent graced the event with his heart warming Welcome Address.  Dr. Leo B. Galve, Director of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School presented the structure and short history of PaDSS.  He also administered the Work Style and Preference Inventory.  On the other hand Mr. Erickson Javier, Vice President for Christian Formation discussed the Diocesan Spirituality of Catholic schools in Pasig.  Between the talks of the main speakers, personnel of Bicutan Parochial School directed the participants to an energizer after a short kidney break.  Mrs. Virginia C. Cacananta, Administrative Officer of Escuela Catolica de San Sebastian led the Closing Prayer.  Ms. Joy Salazar of Pateros Catholic School acted as the Master of Ceremonies.  Ms. Alicia Cuison, Head of PaDSS Commission on Human Resource Management and Continuing Education organized the said event.

 

Last Updated (Tuesday, 07 June 2016 09:19)

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postheadericon Scholastic, STVPS partnership to increase Reading Literacy


By: Miss Joy Anne R. Puazo

To have zero reading illiteracy rate, Scholastic, a publishing company, conducted Assessment and Enrichment Program (AEP) training to Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School (STVPS) teachers from pre-school to grade 10 levels last May 25-27, at STVPS computer laboratory, spearheaded by Ms. Catherine Mary Rose Bautista, Program Area Supervisor, Ms. Marie Marguerite Yuhico and Ms. Rose BenadineEsternon, Program Consultants.

Trending
    According to National Statistics Office’s 2010 Census of Population and Housing (CPH), 97.5% of the 71.5 million individuals who are 10 years old and older were literate or could read and write—an increase from the 2000 CPH record of 92.3%.
    However, in spite of the outgrowing number of Filipinos who can read and write, many articles had been established questioning the reading literacy rate of many Filipino youth including Juan Miguel Luz, a writer in Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism, asking why Filipinos weren’t able to develop the habit of reading.
    Moreover, according to the research studied by John Michael B. Cacheroand Glenda G. Salem, Intermediate pupils were at below average when it comes to reading comprehension and vocabulary.

    According to The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO 2011), cited in the study of Salem and Cachero, to be able to read is not to measure the literacy in reading. Rather, one must learn to understand or comprehend what he reads, applies, integrates ad synthesizes.

Eliminating Illiterate Readers
    Because of the increasing number of illiterate readers, Scholastic had developed an Assessment and Enrichment Program (AEP) for schools to develop the habit of reading to Filipino youth.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 07 June 2016 08:46)

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