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postheadericon STVPS CELEBRATES CHRISTMAS OF THE 70’s WIG PARTY


 By Admin

Setting an uncomplicated Christmas Party for school personnel, the Administrators designed a celebration of thanksgiving and bonding through a lavish replication of how Christmas is celebrated in the 70’s. The luscious display of personal interpretation of Christmas almost 5 decades ago, school personnel took the challenge of wearing a retrospect of apparels adorned with the wig that made it more significant in enlivening the total reformation package.

Moreover, 48 school employees were randomly grouped in four teams to represent the Journey, the Aerosmith, the Eagles, and the Queen, the famous bands of the 70’s. They will create a presentation utilizing the songs of their respective band. Four employees were commissioned as judges of the presentation and the best dressed male and female of the event.

Short parlor games were played that brought more joy and laughter as the teams exhausted all their strategies and skills to win the generous amount of cash prize.

After a sumptuous lunch, the school personnel had their exchange of gifts. Dr. Marcella D. Bejado closed the program with her Christmas message.

May the spirit of Christmas bring the most joy and happiness to you and your loved ones.

Merry Christmas to one and all!

 

Last Updated (Friday, 27 December 2019 06:42)

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postheadericon Yellow and red cakes adorned the image of the Blessed Virgin



By Admin

December 8 is one of the most celebrated feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Immaculate Conception.  The Immaculate Conception is the conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary free from original sin by virtue of the merits of her son Jesus.  God acted upon her in the first moment of her conception, keeping her “Immaculate.”

Since December 8 falls on a Sunday, the Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School offered cakes in honor of the Virgin on Dec. 6, 2019, the First Friday of December.  

615 cakes in red and yellow boxes were offered during the Mass with Fr. Darwin Calderon as the celebrant.  Immediately, 80 cakes were distributed to Santolan Elementary School, 80 to Santolan High School, 20 to Jeremiah Foundation, 30 to Dela Paz Elementary School, 80 to Manggahan Elementary School, 15 were forwarded to the Feeding Program of a small BEC community, and 15 were allocated for the Vincentian Feeding Program.  The remaining 295 cakes were distributed by the Parish through the Social Service and Development Ministry and Parish’s volunteer workers.  

The school is grateful for the participation of the parents, students and its personnel to the annual Cake Festival.  Indeed, these cakes made the Christmas celebration of little children and adults extra special.

 

 

 

 

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postheadericon STVPS CELEBRATES THE DIRECTOR’S 50th BIRTHDAY IN ADVANCE



November 29, 2019 may be an ordinary day for Dr. Leo Galve as he sets himself to discuss new rubrics for thesis Oral Defense to Grade 10 students.  After the Flag Ceremony and the usual classroom routines, the birthday celebrator headed to the classroom of one of the grade 10 and started discussing the rubrics oblivious that the entire school community had been cooking a surprise birthday greetings headed by Dr. Marcella D. Bejado, School Principal.  

On cue, Dr. Galve was summoned in the ground floor only to be met by the entire community as they joyfully sneaked out of their classrooms to assemble in the quadrangle and along corridors.  Several special dance and song numbers were rendered by students from different grade levels, their special way of greeting the director.  Several students and school employees were asked to deliver a short birthday message to him including the school principal.  

The surprise program was creatively manoeuvred by Mr. Alistaire Vergara and Mr. Dale Francis Agustin as masters of ceremony and disclosed some of the director’s personal preferences to the entire school community.  After the program, Dr. Marcella D. Bejado suspended classes after 12:00 noon.

Dr. Galve, being reserved and subdued specifically on his personal affairs, had allowed the school administration to plan a program on his 50th anniversary.   In the end, the birthday celebrator expressed his heartfelt gratitude for the school community’s expressions of love and care.

Happy golden anniversary Dr. Leo B. Galve!

 

 

Last Updated (Friday, 27 December 2019 04:12)

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postheadericon Bishop Mylo Visits SNPS and STVPS


By Admin

    November 12, 2019 was a significant day for Sto. Niño Parish School and Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School as Bishop Mylo Vergara, D.D., Diocese of Pasig, graced these two schools with his endearing presence to do his Pastoral Visit.  The visit is the initial preparation of the prelate for the upcoming general reshuffle in 2021.  Together with him were Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña, PaDSS Superintendent and Rev. Fr. Jeoffrey Catuiran, Vice Chancellor.

    The Bishop arrived at Sto. Niño Parish School 25 minutes ahead of schedule providing enough time for the entire school community to welcome him.  After the preliminaries, the Bishop and his team were ushered to the 3rd floor for the dialogue following the visit template provided by PaDSS.  

    At 11:45, the Bishop and the team headed to Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School.  Arriving approximately 5 minutes before noon, the entire school community were ready to welcome them.  Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña provided the school administration synthesis of the concerns drawn from the dialogue with the parents’ advisory council, supreme student government and school personnel while Rev. Fr. Jeffrey Catuiran documented the entire proceedings.  

    With proper delegation of manpower and active participation of the entire school community, the visit proved to be very successful.

    Thank you very much Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara and the team! You made the school community of Sto. Niño Parish School and Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School extra special.

    

Last Updated (Tuesday, 19 November 2019 00:46)

 

postheadericon STVPS YOUTH CAMP 2019


By: Diana E. Avena

Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School held its first Youth Camp last October 19-20, 2019 for Grade 9 and Grade 10. The camp centered in this year’s theme, “STVPS: Beloved, Gifted and Empowered. The event showed great opportunity for students to build up their relationships with one another while also strengthening relationship with our God Almighty and our Catholic faith. The event started with the praying of the Holy Rosary led by the Grade 10 students Mariane Austria (STA) and Alexine Maloping (DM). Then the students were tasked to write a personal prayer on small pieces of paper handed by the teachers. The letters were offered and burned later that night. Students also worshipped led by Sir Al Vergara. In that moment, one could really feel the presence of God with everyone singing along and feeling the music. A speaker named Sir Ping Javier came to talk to us about the upcoming Year of the Youth and the history of the themes of the church. Everybody was stoked to listen and we learned that we really do just have to trust what God has in store for us. The next activity was an intimate group sharing. A candle was lit at the very center symbolizing the Holy Spirit. This was, by far, the longest activity since everyone had so much to share, so much weight in their hearts to put down, so much to open up and let out. The last activity that night was the Taize prayer where we offer the prayers that we wrote earlier into the fire. After the prayer, everybody was called to get some rest as there will be a mass to attend tomorrow.
Morning came, and the students attended the Holy Mass along with their teachers. Breakfast was served after the mass when we were all escorted back to the school to collect our things. The bonds were sure strengthened more after the overnight camp whether it may be with each other, or with God. I’m sure we can all agree that it was indeed a very blessed event.

Last Updated (Thursday, 14 November 2019 14:22)

 
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