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Month of August

12 - Eid’l Adha – No Classes

17,19 -20 - First  Periodical Test

21 - Ninoy Aquino Day – No Classes

      Foundation Anniversary of the Diocese of Pasig

23- Culminating Activity - Buwan ng Wika




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postheadericon Oath taking and Recognition of PAC Officers

by: Ms. Alanis Rempillo

             As we welcome the month of August to celebrate the Buwan ng Wika, our school personnel, together with the PAC Officers were dressed in their Filipiñana attire. It also concurred the celebration of First Friday Mass for the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The mass was presided by Rev. Fr. Darwin Calderon. Within the mass, the PAC Officers made their oath taking spearheaded by Fr. Calderon.

    Likewise, the 2018-2019 Parents Advisory Council received plaques and certificates as a token of appreciation for their help and support to the school last year. The certificates were given by our School Director, Dr. Leo B. Galve followed by the Oath taking ceremony of the new elected PAC Officers for SY. 2019-2020 led by Fr. Darwin Calderon. After the celebration, they had a simple gathering at the Function Room and conducted a meeting for this school year’s plans and proposals that was led by the new elected PAC President, Mrs. Susan Tagle.

The following is the list of the new elected PAC Officers of SY. 2019-2020
President    Mrs. Susan Tagle
Vice President    Mr. Mardie Reyes
Secretary    Mrs. Sharon M. Santos
Asst. Secretary    Mrs. Janice Soriano
Treasurer    Mrs. Jane Lauc
Asst. Treasurer    Mrs. Rozel C. Yasona
Auditor    Mr. Norberto Palatino
PRO (Internal)    Mr. Edmundo Rodriguez
         (External)    Mrs. Cherry Ann Rivera
Sgt./Arms (Female)    Mrs. Gloria Latorena
                   (Male)    Mr. Jhonny Villagracia
Muse    Mrs. Ruth Gorge
Escort    Mr. Marlo Trajano

Kinder – St. Michael    Mrs. Mela Jane Delos Santos
Grade 1 – COF    Mrs. Flory Cris B. Leelian
Grade 2 – SLR    Mrs. Cindy Hernandez
Grade 3 – SNDC    Ms. Ma. Isabel Guevarra
Grade 4 – SMTC    Mrs. Edge Chua
Grade 5 – SDDG    Mrs. Anabel S. Godoy
Grade 6 – SPPP    Mrs. Gloria L. Latorena
Grade 7 – SMG    Mrs. Lita Perlas
Grade 8 – SFA    Mrs. Marilen Reyes
Grade 9 – ICM    Mr. Enrico Pacomio
Grade 10 – DM    Mrs. Marissa Samson

Last Updated (Saturday, 31 August 2019 16:06)

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postheadericon July - A Celebration of Nutrition

by: Fionah Marie T. Amador

The TLE and Computer Department celebrated Nutrition Month last July where the elementary and high school students of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School enthusiastically participated in its annual activities such as Sandwich Making, Trade Fair, and Feeding Program. This year’s theme centers on “Kumain Nang Wasto at Maging Aktibo Push Natin To!“.
The first activity that took place was the Sandwich Making of the Preschool Department. The students were assisted and guided by their caring and lovely teachers Mrs. Maria Christina Santoyo and Mrs. Marissa Bubutan together with the very active SSG officers and responsible members of the Minitech. The children really did have a great time as seen in their faces while making and eating their delightful sandwiches. 
Moreover, the Grade 9 and Grade 10 students also had their activity held on July 24 and 26. The Grade 9 students first had their turn as they were assigned to put up booths that showcase various products like clothes, toys, hair coloring, body paintings, nail arts and festive games. The Grade 10 students also had their fair where they offered different foods and snacks that really fit the taste of the students. They were able to sell tacos, carbonara, chicken lollipop, pancakes and even rice meals that were admired by many. Before the said events, the students truly made excessive efforts to advertise and promote their products and their booths. Some students printed vibrant flyers and some even visited rooms to personally advertise their booths. The students, school personnel, parents and even outsiders jovially supported the fair. At the end of the event, the students were exhausted yet satisfied and blissful since they were able to apply the things they have learnt and were able to showcase their talents in cooking and interacting with diverse customers.
The department also had their Feeding Program last June 27. The feeding program was attended by approximately 70 children who were chosen from our church and school community. The children were accompanied by teachers, Minitech members, SSG officers and church personnel. The teachers also conducted short programs to energize and to enlighten children about school and life. The children also responded enthusiastically and devotedly led the prayer. The feeding program served as an inspiration to everybody. The students were able to show to the children that they are cared and loved. The smiles on the face of the children were priceless. Seeing them happy and enjoying their meals really touched and gave positivity to the people who attended the event. The department is grateful for the love and support that everyone has shown to them.
Part of the proceeds from the Trade Fair and Minitech t-shirts were used to support the said event.

Last Updated (Saturday, 31 August 2019 15:11)

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postheadericon STVPS Draws Winners for the “Ang Himig Mo, Dinig Ko!” Raffle

By Admin

    With the hope of providing an audible and dynamic audio system, STVPS launched a raffle program entitled “Ang Himig Mo, Dinig Ko!”  The program aimed to raise funds to assemble a Lights and Sounds System intended for programs, presentations and performances in the school as well as in the parish.   The program was conceptualized and executed by Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director and Dr. Marcella D. Bejado, School Principal.

    Last August 7, 2019, STVPS drew the following winners of the raffle:

    The raffle would not be possible if not from the generosity of the following donors for the prizes, solicitors and patrons of the tickets:

   Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School is grateful to God for inspiring all of us in making a dream become a reality.

Last Updated (Saturday, 31 August 2019 14:03)


postheadericon STVPS Team Documents CEAP - NCR General Assembly

By Admin

The Documentation Team of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School was commissioned by CEAP-NCR Secretariat to record the proceedings of the General Assembly on July 11-12, 2019 at the University of Santo Tomas Buenaventura-Paredes Building (Thomasian Alumni Center) as their first engagement with CEAP. The team composed of Dr. Leo B. Galve, Mr. Joseph S. Cruz, Mr. Great Allan M. Ong and Mr. Eleazar C. Pada heed to the call of documenting the plenary and concurrent sessions of the assembly like sheep too obedient to their shepherd. 

The team has been documenting the MaPSA General Assembly where their expertise was discovered. Heading toward the venue too early and leaving quite late, the team withstood the challenges of making precise accounts of the proceedings. 

Congratulations to the team! Your engagement proved your competence, dedication and obedience not only to STVPS but also to MaPSA and CEAP-NCR.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 17 July 2019 04:32)


postheadericon Dr. Leo B. Galve CEAP-NCR Regional Trustee Elect

By Admin

Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Sto. Niño Parish School, both recently approved as members of the Catholic Education Association of the Philippines was elected as the new member of the Board Regional Trustees in NCR. Commissioned to document the CEAP-NCR General Assembly on July 11 - 12, 2019 for his first engagement, a nomination for being a part of the trustee surprised him. Six nominees were identified from among hundreds of CEAP member schools in 8 dioceses of the National Capital Region and were presented in the morning of July 11, 2019 for the casting of votes until 2:00 pm. The election is set to identify 5 trustees to represent NCR. Dr. Galve ranked 4th of the six nominees qualifying him to the position. However, a resolution was approved to include these 6 nominees to the board. The new members of the Board of Regional Trustees took oath of office on July 12, 2019 with Most Rev. Mylo Hubert C. Vergara, D.D., Bishop of the Diocese of Pasig.

Congratulations Dr. Galve! Your election does not only prove your potential as school administrator but also the difference you make to the schools under your helm.

Last Updated (Monday, 15 July 2019 01:58)

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