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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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December 2019

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postheadericon Meet the new members of our Institution

We welcome the new members.  When you see them, thank them for being here.

Francis Dale Baquiran Agustin hails from the home of a Nature Discovery, the Iligan Sanctuary.  It is there in Isabela where he had his basic education.  Afterwhich, he entered the Immaculate Conception Major Seminary where he was conferred the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy in March 2019.  This young lad is not entirely a new face as he had previously helped us to fill in a vacancy in the past.  He will work in the school as Collegiality and Friendship Officer and as Associate Campus Minister.
                                                                 Date of employment:  June 3, 2019


 Kenneth Charles Dela Rosa Bermejo was born and raised in our barangay.  He obtained his education from government run and funded institutions from grade school to college.  He is currently doing his master’s.  He is registered with PRC both as a Professional Teacher and as a Psychometrician.  Before joining as Guidance Advocate, he worked as Adjunct Instructor, Admin Assistant and Network Support Associate.
Date of employment:  April 26, 2019




Michael Harvey Delos Santos Cruz is an alumnus of STVPS Batch 2014.  He was awarded as Best in Sports Male Category in High School.  He graduated from Our Lady of Fatima University with the degree of Bachelor of Arts in Education major in Special Education on March 21, 2019.  He considers Sports as his number 1 strength.
  Date of employment:  May 16, 2019


 Rizalyn Olivas Gularez was born in Santolan and had since then lived here. She is a beneficiary of government educational institutions from grade school to college.   She is a holder of a degree in Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino.  She passed the Licensure Examinations for Professional Teachers in 2018.
                           Date of employment:   May 16, 2019




Judy Ann Lugo Pecayo was born in Samar.  She had her grade school education in her hometown.  Later on she joined her relatives in Santolan and attended a government owned and run institution for her high school education in the same barangay.  She opted to have her tertiary education at a Technological University of the Philippines where she earned the degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in Filipino.  She was a champion in a school-based competition with the award “Pinakamahusay na Aktres” sa isinagawang pagtatanghal sa asignaturang Pagpapahalagang Pampanitikan:  DULA in 2018.  
            Date of employment:   May 16, 2019


 Rhoanna Marie Reyes was born in Manila but chose to live in Pasig City later on.   She attended government schools in the community and went to Our Lady of Fatima-Antipolo Campus.  She graduated in March 21, 2019 with the degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education major in Preschool Education.
                             Date of employment:  May 16, 2019




Elisse Joy M. Sahagun was born in Quezon City and now resides in Pasig City.  From grade school to college, she attended government schools in the City of Pasig.  She graduated from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig where she obtained the degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education major in General Education in 2019.
                        Date of employment:  May 22, 2019




Alistaire Sabile Vergara hails from Lopez, Quezon where he also had his basic education.   He earned his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering degree from Polytechnic University of the Philippines on April 23, 2012.  He was also enrolled at University of Santo Tomas for the program Associate Philosophy until 2016.  He is currently our OIC-School Librarian.
                             Date of employment:  May 16, 2019

Last Updated (Friday, 21 June 2019 02:29)


postheadericon STVPS Opens the School Year with a Blast

By Admin

It has been customary for Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School to dedicate the new school year to the Blessed Virgin Mary as it opens the formal classes on June 10, 2019. The school year is blissful in terms of enrolment surpassing the previous roll of students to more than 50 new entrants. Significant increase is notable in Preschool and Grade 7 prompting the administration to divide classes of Nursery and Kinder to two sections and Grade 7 to 4 sections.
The increase could be attributed to the active involvement of the school to the parish and the community and observable dedication and persistence towards excellence to Catholic Education of school personnel.
A new appointee has been approved for the Office of Collegiality and Friendship Officer to assist the Guidance Advocate and occupy the Office of the Campus Ministry.
Rev. Fr. Darwin L. Calderon, School Chaplain, spearheaded the dedication with Dr. Leo Galve prior to the blessing of all students, parents and personnel. The school is grateful to the community of Santolan and the nearby communities for sending their children to the Parochial School of Sto. Tomas.
 “I will love you Lord, with all my strengths, with all my powers, as much as I am able.” - Sto. Tomas.

Last Updated (Tuesday, 11 June 2019 07:07)


postheadericon Reyna Elena and Reyna de las Flores from STVPS

By Admin

    Since the participation of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School in the Annual Santacruzan of Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish in 2014, the school bagged the coveted crown of Reyna Elena for the third time.  This year is very exciting as the school signed two entries for the parish-wide activity.  Mrs. Rosela Matre represented the parents and Mrs. Niña Theresa Barcelo represented the faculty of the school.
From the first canvassing until the last, the two representatives occupied the top two slots until Mrs. Rosela Matre bagged the crown of Reyna Elena and Mrs. Niña Theresa Barcelo, the crown of Reyna de las Flores.  Mrs. Matre, who was hesitant at first, agreed to represent the school and committed her time, efforts and resources all for the love of her parish.  On the other hand, Mrs. Niña Barcelo, despite her domestic and professional concerns, wholeheartedly accepted the invitation as part of her humble contribution to the involvement of the school to the parish.  
The school, with its students, parents and personnel helped through their little financial contributions likewise, the PaDSS.  Moreover, the full support of their respective spouses and family members were immeasurable.  Teachers and Officers of the Parents Advisory Council lighted the candle during procession held last May 18, 2019.
   The school is grateful for the two representatives and pray that the Lord, through the intercessions of Santo Tomas de Villanueva will be blessed a thousand fold as their participation will help incarnate the numerous programs of the parish.  
Congratulations Mrs. Rosela Matre and Mrs. Niña Theresa Barcelo!

Last Updated (Tuesday, 11 June 2019 07:28)


postheadericon STVPS Joins PaDSS Annual In-service Training

By Admin

PaDSS 2019-2020 Theme:
PaDSS Family: Animating the Youth as Beloved, Gifted and Empowered in Christ’s Mission.

In time with the reporting of teaching personnel for the School Year 2019-2020, PaDSS scheduled the in-service training on May 16 to 17, 2019.  The Office of the Superintendent requested Teaching Personnel and Non-Teaching Support Personnel which include the Medical Dental, Records, Guidance and Library Services.

Day 1:  May 16, 2019

The morning session of the first day of training was focused on PaDSS concerns starting off with the Eucharistic Celebration presided by Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña with Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon and Rev. Fr. Ed Barrameda as concelebrants.  It was followed by the Direction Setting by the Superintendent, the Health Benefits and Mabuting Pastol Credit Cooperative reports by Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon and Financial Literacy Program customized by PaDSS personnel.

In the afternoon, concurrent sessions were held in different venues of Pasig Catholic College to wit:

Session 1 – for Apprentice Teacher/Teacher Categories
        Pedagogy in the 21st Century Learning
        Classroom Management
Session 2 – for Senior and Mentor Teacher Categories
        Action Research Workshop
Session 3 - Training for the Creation of PaDSS Quality Assurance Team and Guidelines in             Preparation for possible PAASCU Accreditation of PaDSS Schools without             accreditation

Session 4 – For Non-Teaching Academic Personnel (Guidance, Librarian, Prefect)
        Mental Wellness and Legal Updates
Session 5 – For Non-Teaching Non-Academic Personnel (Medical, Registrar, Finance,                 Secretaries) Data Privacy Act

    Participants were sent home at 3:30 p.m.

Day 2:  May 17, 2019

    Day 2 started at 7:15 in the morning with Rev. Fr. Orlando B. Cantillon celebrating the Mass at Santa Clara de Montefalco Parish, with Rev. Fr. Ed Barrameda concelebrating.  After the Eucharistic Celebration, the assembly was divided in 2 groups that of the teaching personnel and the non-teaching support personnel.  

    Teaching personnel were given a talk on Curriculum Mapping, Lesson Planning and Classroom Assessment while the non-teaching support personnel were given Personality Development and National Secondary Schools Career Guidance and Counseling Program for Students.  But due to time constraints, the scheduled Area Meeting and Planning with Dr. Galve was called-off.

    After lunch, a plenary session was a lecture on Legal Issues on Education, Child Protection Policy, Data Privacy and appertaining laws essential to be understood in school administration.  

    Participants were sent home at 3:30 p.m.

Last Updated (Monday, 24 June 2019 06:33)


postheadericon Schedule of Opening of Classes S.Y. 2019-2020


Last Updated (Tuesday, 11 June 2019 07:29)

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