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postheadericon Mabuting Pastol Pasig Credit Cooperative Pre-Membership Seminar


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    The Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Sto. Niño Parish School personnel attended the pre-membership seminar of the Mabuting Pastol Pasig Credit Cooperative last June 29, 2018.  Headed by the Vice – Chair of the Board of Directors and Chair of the Education Committee, Rev. Fr. Mariano Baranda, the team composed of Ms. Nelia Magpantay, Ms. Cris Cruz and Dr. Myrna Deggay came to educate school personnel of the need to save for the future as responsible stewards of the diocese.  Rev. Fr. Mariano Baranda read the endorsement letter of the Bishop inviting workers of the Diocese to participate actively.  Ms. Cris Cruz presented the rationale of the cooperative while Dr. Myrna Deggay discussed the technicalities.  Ms. Nelia Magpantay facilitated the entire proceedings.
    On the other hand, Dr. Leo B. Galve, explained that both schools will provide the membership fee to the permanent employees who are willing to join.  Furthermore, the finance department shall enable the forwarding of contributions of share capital and savings to the MPPCC upon signing the waiver provided by the schools.  Two (2) representatives from Sto. Rosario Parish joined the seminar.  
Happy saving everyone!

 

 

Last Updated (Monday, 02 July 2018 07:24)

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postheadericon Parents Orientation


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    Getting to know the directions, programs and specific plans of the school for the school year is always the main reason for school orientation of parents.  Typically, introduction of the school direction in a larger scale comes first providing parents what to expect.  Dr. Leo B. Galve, school director, did all that as he goes a little further to discuss details.  
Following is the annual report from the Parents Advisory President, Mr. Bimbo Quibael, on projects that were carried out successfully and its involvement to the school’s programs.  Introducing the third year of implementation for Scholastic renewed the desire of the school to promote love of reading.  General guidelines on policies from the Guidance Office through Ms. Carleen Ann Huab provided the 572 parent-participants.  Dr. Marcella D. Bejado, School Principal, discussed the PaDSS Theme and Logo for the school year and introduced the new institutional Vision, Mission and Goals.  Similarly, general details on submitting documents for the Records Section and discussions on the use of SchoolDex were provided by Ms. Maria Imelda M. Balabat, School Registrar.  
    On the sideline, Ms. Bing Soriano, the Manager of the Santo Tomas de Villanueva Credit Cooperative invited parents to allow their children to participate actively in the Saving Program.  
    After the plenary session, the ever-gorgeous principal directed participants to the concurrent sessions by the advisers of each grade level to the school.  Specifically, queries from parents shall be addressed and election of representatives to the Parents Advisory Council shall take place.  
    Ms. Angelou V. Arce acted as the Master of Ceremony.  Mrs. Alen Perez and Mr. Carlo Rafael Mercado started the assembly with the Opening Prayer and the singing of the Philippine National Anthem respectively.
    A light snack was provided before the start of the concurrent sessions.

 

 

Last Updated (Monday, 02 July 2018 07:17)

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postheadericon The New Members of our Institution

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Miss Angelou Valiao Arce hails from Negros Occidental.  She obtained her Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English degree at Colegio San Agustin Bacolod through the generosity of the parish where she had served for many years.  Honed amidst the clergy and the religious, she moved in to Manila and chose to serve a Catholic Academic Institutions.  
Date of Employment: May 24, 2018


Miss Ann Margaret Bobes Genato earned the degree of Bachelor in Elementary Education major in Content Courses with Certificate in Pre-School Education from Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Pasig.  You will hear her voice as she sings in the Holy Mass at our parish church from the choir loft.  That affiliation in the parish community led her to the portals of our parochial school.
Date of Employment:  May 16, 2018


Miss Alanis Plaga Rempillo was born in our City.  She graduated this year from Polytechnic University of the Philippines with the degree of Bachelor of Secondary Education major in English.  She was a Dean’s Lister in her 2nd term third year and consistently in the honor roll in her grade school and high school years.  The Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School hit home to her for she attended Grades 1 to 5 in our school and has come back to serve as a teacher.  Their family moved to the province due to life’s circumstances but her ardent prayers to Saint Thomas brought her back home.
Date of Employment:  May 16, 2018



Last Updated (Monday, 02 July 2018 07:04)

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postheadericon STVPS and SNPS Attend PaDSS Mass of the Holy Spirit

Pasig Diocesan Schools System through the Center for Christian Formation (CCF) scheduled the annual PaDSS Mass of the Holy Spirit at the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception on June 25, 2018 which was attended by students of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Sto. Niño Parish School.  Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director and Dr. Marcella D. Bejado, School Principal of both schools accompanied students who were also ushered by Mr. Jayson Villafuerte for SNPS and Mrs. Susana Nahag, Mrs. Helen Aquino and Ms. Gina Bagtas for STVPS. 
No less than Bishop Mylo Hubert C. Vergara, DD. celebrated the Mass with Rev. Fr. Orlindo Ordoña, Rev. Fr. Orlando Cantillon and Rev. Fr. Bernardo Carpio concelebrating.  In his Homily, the Bishop shared his vocation story and after which encouraged PaDSS personnel and students to be instruments of peace in consoling a broken heart.  In the end, a two-minute video presentation of the message of His Eminence Luis Antonio Cardinal Tagle was projected on screen. 
Rev. Fr. Orlindo Ordoña, PaDSS Superintendent expressed his gratitude to the administrators from the DepEd Divisions of Pasig, Taguig and Pateros.  He also recognized the presence of congregational schools, the altar servers, the lectors and commentators, the catechists of the Diocese of Pasig and the entire PaDSS Community.  He ended with a hope that the Holy Spirit will inspire all of us to work further in our mission of providing holistic education to the young.
Pictures were taken by Division and Organization which was followed by a hearty brunch.

 

Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 June 2018 06:04)

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postheadericon STVPS Implements Canteen Chits System (CCS)


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    To ensure accountability and records processes welfare of canteen management, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School implements the use of chits to pay for food in the canteen.  Students shall be asked to change their money to chits from the office before they could buy the food.  The chits were classified in 4 denominations of 1 peso, 5 pesos, 20 pesos and 50 pesos.  This program aims to provide students an opportunity to budget their allowance by spending their allowance to its intended purpose.  Observations from the previous practice show that students hardly spend their money to buy nutritious food from the canteen.  They would rather spend it in other purposes. For young children, the CCS hopes to improve eating habits and promote cleanliness as part of their hygiene practices.  Furthermore the program also helps parents to monitor the spending of their children in school.  

 

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