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December 2019

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postheadericon Astounding Celebration of the English Week 2k19: Musical Play 101

By: Alyssa Rein M. Hablado

The students were very excited with this one of a kind activity prepared by the English department of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School. The activity was held on January 21, 2019 in the STVPS ground at around 1 o’ clock in the afternoon. The program was attended by the parents and visitors. The musical play aims to showcase the students’ knowledge and skills in dancing, singing, script writing, and in artistry. The students, teachers, and staffs were all busy in giving their efforts for the success of the program. The participants were from Grades 7-10. Every student had his/her own special task such as being part of the technical committee, props and costumes, script writers and directors. It was also the first time that the school had a Musical Play. The students performed scenes from High School Musical, Mamma Mia, Into the Woods, Pitch Perfect, Glee, Annie, The Greatest Showman, and Beauty and the Beast.
    The program started with an opening prayer delivered by yours truly from Grade 10 –Divine Mercy. It was followed by the opening remarks given by Mrs. Angelou A. Manzalay Grades 7-8 English teacher. The masters of the ceremony were Ms. Ann Margaret B. Genato and Ms. Alanis Rempillo. The first performer of the play was from Grade 7 – St. Jose Sanchez Del Rio. They were followed by their fellow Grade 7 students – St. Maria Goretti and Bl. Georgio Piere Frassati. After the wonderful performance of the Grade 7 students, they were proceeded by the Grade 8 students from St. Antonio de Padua, St. Gianna Beretta Molla , and St. Francis of Assisi. Their performances caught the attention of the as well as their creativity with their props. The students from St. Joseph Husband of Mary were the first to perform for the Grade 9 level. They were followed by Mary Undoer of Knots and Immaculate Concepcion of Mary. The Grade 9 students really enjoyed their performances as seen in their lovely faces. The last but definitely not the least was the students from Grade 10. First to perform were the students from the section St. Tomas of Villanova, followed by St. Thomas of Aquinas, and Divine Mercy. The Grade 10 students really showcased their talents in making their musical plays excellent. Their efforts and hard work were evident in their performances.
As each section gave the fruits of their labor, it was not easy to pick the awardees. They paved their hard work and did a very good job in showing their talents.  Here are the lists of the winners and the names of the students and sections who received special awards.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 February 2019 01:33)

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postheadericon Dr. Galve Braves South of the Philippines

By Admin

What could have been a chilling experience to certify schools in Benguet was replaced by a short exciting trip to the south of the Philippines.

Dr. Galve was scheduled by PEAC - FAPE to certify private schools in Zamboanga City and Sarangani. Together with him were Mr. Jed Rivera from Cebu and Mr. Rocky Acluba from PEAC Central Office.

Day 1 - January 24, 2019

     The first school for certification was a small school from Duhol-duhol, Siasi, Sulu. PEAC requested that the school be certified in Ateneo de Zamboanga as the security is uncertain and the transportation is scarce. All school documents and several school personnel were transported to Zamboanga City. Pictures and video footages were part of the transported package to the Peninsula. Since there was no classroom observation, Mr. Rocky Acluba set-up an on-the-spot interview with students through a phone patch.

On January 25, 2019, the team flew from Zamboanga to Davao and boarded a bus for Gen. Santos City. The three hours land cruise provided certifiers an opportunity to enjoy the beauty of the province.

Day 2 - January 26, 2019

The next school for certification was a memorial learning center that offers Open High School program in Malungon, province of Sarangani, hence, classes are held on a Saturday. Teachers are transported to Bangayan, a 45-minute travel by a motorcycle from the main campus. Because of the absence of classrooms, teachers held their classes in a small waiting shed. The travel was difficult as the road is too steep and slippery brought by drizzles. The certifiers were able to convene at their headquarters in the main campus by almost 12 noon. Early in the afternoon, the team headed back to Gen. Santos as Dr. Leo Galve and Mr. Rocky Acloba had to catch their flight back to Manila.

Certifiers saw the eagerness of young people to learn despite the absence of classrooms. On the other hand, teachers brave the terrain in all weather conditions well-prepared to teach.  May the Lord continue to bless them with enough strength and wisdom in sustaining their dedication to excellent education!

Last Updated (Friday, 01 February 2019 02:37)


postheadericon Grade 6 Spiritual Formation

Retreat is a religious activity that allows a participant to be at peace with himself/herself, the environment, with the world and most especially with God.

One of the requirements before graduation of Grade 6 pupils is to attend a short but meaningful religious retreat that was scheduled last January 11 - 12, 2019 at St. Michael Retreat Center. Bro. Feliciano Gutierrez, former teacher of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School was the facilitator.

Together with the advisers, Mrs. Alen Perez and Mrs. Joan Binwag and the CCF Coordinator, Ms. Gina Bagtas, the group headed to the retreat venue with so much expectations. In the afternoon, the school director, Dr. Leo B. Galve visited the group to ensure that the participants were properly accommodated.

The focus of the activities circle around the self, friends, family and God. Although with the excitement of being with friends to stay awake until the wee hours of the morning, pupils were too obedient to heed their advisers’ request to have a good night sleep. This allows them to wake up very early the next day to prepare for the Eucharistic Celebration before breakfast and before going home.

Congratulations Grade 6 pupils for making the most of your retreat which will inspire you to the next level of your education.

Last Updated (Sunday, 20 January 2019 23:51)


postheadericon Dr. Marcella D. Bejado Attends the 5th Principal's Forum

By Admin

The Manila Ecclesiastical Province School Systems Association (MaPSA) called all Principals to attend the 5th Principals' Forum held at Manila Prince Hotel on January 7 to 8, 2019. The convention is to affirm that MaPSA member schools are Christ-centered communities with the aim of continuously developing programs that nurture commitments. The seminar is entitled “Catholic School Principals: A Reality Check: USO Pa Ba Ako?”

To ensure that the seminar intended for school principals reaches its maxims, the Chair of MaPSA Commission on Curriculum and Instruction, Rev. Fr. Nolan Que, the seminar revolved around the provision of opportunities for reflection regarding the role of school principals, a chance to be revitalized and transformed, came up with benchmark as 21st Century Principals and provided opportunity for wellness and growth. As Curriculum Manager of Sto. Niño Parish School and Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School, the ever gorgeous school principal, Dr. Marcella D. Bejado, set readily out to attend.  She joined with other PaDSS Principals.   Together with her is Dr. Leo B. Galve, the school director, who was one of the sharers in the role of principals as Community Builder.  Dr. Bejado also served as Lector in the Thanksgiving Mass.  
Congratulations Dr. Celle! The schools under your care believe that you will bring home more than the seminar offers.

Last Updated (Thursday, 10 January 2019 23:32)



By Admin
Generosity and gratitude are amongst the values deeply imbedded in the heart of every STVian, especially with the administrators, teachers and support personnel.
On the 9th Simbang Gabi, STVPS offered 9 Parols headed by the good director, Dr. Leo B. Galve and the gorgeous principal, Dr. Marcella D. Bejado.  The altar became well lit as administrators, teacher-representatives of all academic departments and support personnel joined the entrance procession and lighted up the lanterns positioned on the left side of the altar.  This gesture manifested the generosity of time and treasure amongst all as everyone braved the showery, cold night to attend the mass and offer a portion of their December resources to Jesus.  Gratitude with the blessings of the past 12 months filled the church as each is seated next to a colleague donned in yellow, the Holy Mass color of the Simbang Gabi.  Indeed, we are so thankful to our dearest Chaplain, Rev. Fr. Darwin Calderon for this opportunity to show our love to Jesus and to Sto. Tomas.
May we all be filed with the choicest blessings of Christmas and the New Year 2019!!!

Last Updated (Sunday, 06 January 2019 13:50)

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