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February 2019

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postheadericon STVPS, SNPS Represent MaPSA Annual Corporate and Membership Meeting

Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Sto. Niño Parish School represented the Annual Corporate and Membership Meeting of MaPSA for the current school year last August 17, 2018, 4th floor, Arzobispado de Manila. Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director of both schools, hopes to have a glimpse of the schools’ stand in MaPSA.

The Corporate Meeting was presided by His Excellency Luis Antonio Cardinal G. Tagle. The President’s Report contains the Minutes of the Previous Meeting, Resolutions, MaPSA Member Dioceses, Enrolment Statistics, and Activities. Prior to the Election of the Members of the Board of Trustees, Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña presented the Audited Financial Report.

STVPS and SNPS are happy that they maintain a stable place in MaPSA. God bless these two schools.

Last Updated (Thursday, 06 September 2018 09:19)


postheadericon Dr. Galve Certifies Schools in Negros Occidental

By Admin

August may seem to be an ordinary month for Dr. Leo Galve when he received an appointment from Private Education Assistance Committee (PEAC) on a commissioned engagement to certify schools in Negros Occidental. Duty dictates him to confirm the invitation after observing protocols. Mr. Rocky Acluba, from PEAC office arranged the itinerary and accompanied Mr. Joselito T. Garcia, Curriculum Specialist and Dr. Leo B. Galve, Administration Specialist as they flew to the City of Smiles on August 5, 2018 aboard Philippine Airline Flight PR 2153. The team headed directly to San Carlos City where the first day of certification is scheduled on August 6, 2018, Monday. In day 2, the team certified a mission school at Don Salvador Benedicto. Early on Tuesday, August 8, 2018, the team certified a family owned school in Murcia. Two schools were certified in Bacolod City, an international school and the high school department of a university. The team flew back to Manila aboard Philippine Airline Flight PR 2154 on August 11, 2018.
They believe that private schools are really trying their best to give quality education to future leaders of the country.

Last Updated (Sunday, 19 August 2018 05:42)


postheadericon Developmental Seminar on Gender Sensitivity for Junior High School Students

By Carleen Anne M. Huab

This year Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School thru the Guidance Program and Services rise up with the call to educate students concerning prevalent issues about gender sensitivity. Mrs. Maria Elizabeth S. Aragon, a former teacher, college instructor, life coach, guidance counselor and an advocate of providing seminars to different institutions was invited to be the resource speaker to discourse awareness about gender issues. Her objective is to educate and promote respect for equal valid roles of male and female play in their families, school and society.  The module developed by Mrs. Aragon envisions to enlighten the students while putting emphasis on values formation relevant to the topic.
The developmental seminar series were divided into two days in different sessions and topic per grade level. The first part happened last July 31, 2018 participated by Grades 7 and 8 students. The second part were joined by Grades 9 and 10 students last August 1, 2018.
The title for the seminar of Grade 7 was “Bloom: Learning to Love the Soul” - this topic focused on their journey as they start to explore their junior high school year and to make realization that their journey in high school must focus on blooming for the real purpose of their life. The speaker highlighted ways which will help the millennials to give importance on family, school and faith while dealing with the challenges and demands of teenagers.
Grade 8 with the topic Shenghou a Korean word meaning Life concentrates on the discussion of Amoris Laetitia the post-synodal apostolic exhortation by Pope Francis addressing the pastoral care of families. The topic deliberates cautious discussion about teenage sexual development, sexual pressure and sexual orientation with balance on purity and positive response of the youth towards the concept of moral relativism.
Whilst the Grade 9 students inscribed the teachings of Pope John Paul on his “Theology of the Body” which visualize students in creating the vision of their purpose through the topic Canvas of Life. The speaker also discussed the fears/phobias of the young generation to be responded by St. John Paul II's teachings that uncovered students’ consciousness.
Finally, the Grade 10 students were educated through the topic of The Gift of Human Sexuality that gives indulgence with creation and values of life. In accord with the topic, the speaker also discussed Pope Francis’ guide to avoid Throwaway Culture, that challenges the young generation to shun the pop-culture and quest for more, in favor of solidarity; and have sight to what really matters.
The developmental seminar series also expresses about the beauty of one’s body, self-awareness, uniqueness of one’s life, value of creation, nurturing sanctity of life, marriage and family life. As the seminar was done, Certificate of Appreciation was presented by Ms. Carleen Anne M. Huab-Guidance Counselor, together with Franzelle Caeg-SSG President (for Day 2) and Clarenz Eugenio-SSG Assistant Secretary (for Day 1).

Last Updated (Friday, 17 August 2018 11:05)


postheadericon Outstanding Celebration of TLE/Computer Week and Nutrition Month

By: Alyssa Rein M. Hablado
Grade 10- Divine Mercy

Through the years, the TLE and Computer Department has always been successful in conducting its events in the TLE/Computer month. Last month, the department held its annual culminating event. The STVPS students showcased their talents in cosplaying, cooking, and providing services to their fellow students and their teachers.

The Preschool, Elementary and Junior High School students have their own contributions to the said event. The preschool pupils happily engaged themselves in salad making. They also joined the costume play contest (Cosplay) together with the elementary students wherein they showed and acted their chosen characters from different shows and games. Truly, each of them slayed his/her ramp using colorful costumes. The Ministry of Technology had their first general assembly in which they elected their officers and planned their activities. In addition, they conducted their seminar/workshop entitled “Basic Photography/Taking Care of Gadgets” – the do’s and don’ts. For the High School students, there were different activities assigned. The Grade 7 and Grade 8 students joyfully participated in the Poster Making Contest. Each group in various grade levels made an eye-opening poster expressing the theme of "Ugaliing Magtanim, Sapat na Nutrisyon Aanihin". Moreover, the Grade 9 students conducted their Trade Fair which includes Food Bazaar, Garage (Ukay-Ukay) and different services: hair coloring and braiding as well as body painting. The Trade Fair activity showed that STVians are not just great in academics but they also have excellent future in being enthusiastic entrepreneurs. The Grade 10 students also displayed their talent in cooking in this year’s Cook Fest. They have showed eminent effort, notable skills, and remarkable cooperation throughout the competition. Different groups made authentic designs which represent their chosen countries. Lastly, participants from the Elementary and High School Department joined the Computer Games Competition. The students did their best to win and to cooperate with one another.

The culminating activity was held on July 27, 2018 on the STVPS ground. The participants received their certificates and awards for the joined contest. The winners for each contest category are as follows:

1. Computer Games (ELEM/HS)
         Computer Game (Elementary) - John Christopher L. Galve of Grade 3
         Typing Test Video Game (Elementary) - Julian Marcus D. Dulay of Grade 5
         Mobile App Game (Highschool) - Erindey Neeza G. Navales of Grade 10

2. Winners of Poster Making Contest (Grades 7&8)
        a. 3rd Place - Group 1 from Grade 8- Saint Anthony of Padua
        b. 2nd Place- Group 3 from Grade 8- Saint Francis of Assisi
        c. 1st Place- Group 1 of Grade 8- Saint Gianna Baretta Molla

3. Trade Fair Winners (Best Booth)
        Best Booth in Food Bazaar- "E-bike ni Aling Gigette" of Grade 9- Mary Undoer of Knots
        Best Booth in Garage (Ukay Ukay) - "Ukay-Ukay, Kayang-Kaya" of Grade 9- Saint Joseph
         Husband of Mary
        Best Booth in Different Services- "Bellas Beauty Service" of Grade 9- Mary Undoer of

4. Costume Play Contest Winners
        a. 3rd Place - Irdremea Cielo Edroso of Grade 5
        b. 2nd Place- Jillian Bolan of Grade 6
        c. 1st Place- Ma. Kelsey Venice B. Legaspi of Grade 4

5. Cooking/Food Festival Winners
        a. Runners up- Vietnam of Grade 10- Saint Thomas of Aquinas
                                  Japan of Grade 10- Saint Thomas of Villanueva
        b. 4th Place- China of Grade 10 Saint- Thomas of Aquinas
        c. 3rd Place - Malaysia of Grade 10- Divine Mercy
        d. 2nd Place- Korea of Grade 10- Saint Thomas of Villanueva
        e. 1st Place- Singapore of Grade 10- Divine Mercy

Individual Awards:
          a. Best Leader- Sean Kelvin V. Cruz of Grade 10- Divine Mercy
          a. Best Chef- Laurence B. Legaspi of Grade 10- Divine Mercy

Last Updated (Sunday, 19 August 2018 05:42)

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postheadericon STVPS Loans iPaDs and Laptops to School Personnel

By Admin

    Last July 27, 2018, 6 iPaDs and 2 laptops were loaned to school personnel of STVPS.  Hoping to upgrade the delivery of learning, iPaDs and Laptops were loaned to interested personnel to be paid for 12 months and 8 months for tenured and non-tenured employees respectively.  One of the applicants cited that the use of these gadgets intended for classroom instruction will provide an opportunity to present the lesson in an interesting manner for students’ better understanding.  Several classrooms were equipped with LED TV making the presentation even more interesting, technologically updated and educationally innovative.    Furthermore, the school purchased additional projectors for classroom instructions.  
Indeed, technology rocks the classrooms seriously!!!

Last Updated (Friday, 17 August 2018 11:06)

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