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postheadericon STVPS YOUTH CAMP 2019

By: Diana E. Avena

Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School held its first Youth Camp last October 19-20, 2019 for Grade 9 and Grade 10. The camp centered in this year’s theme, “STVPS: Beloved, Gifted and Empowered. The event showed great opportunity for students to build up their relationships with one another while also strengthening relationship with our God Almighty and our Catholic faith. The event started with the praying of the Holy Rosary led by the Grade 10 students Mariane Austria (STA) and Alexine Maloping (DM). Then the students were tasked to write a personal prayer on small pieces of paper handed by the teachers. The letters were offered and burned later that night. Students also worshipped led by Sir Al Vergara. In that moment, one could really feel the presence of God with everyone singing along and feeling the music. A speaker named Sir Ping Javier came to talk to us about the upcoming Year of the Youth and the history of the themes of the church. Everybody was stoked to listen and we learned that we really do just have to trust what God has in store for us. The next activity was an intimate group sharing. A candle was lit at the very center symbolizing the Holy Spirit. This was, by far, the longest activity since everyone had so much to share, so much weight in their hearts to put down, so much to open up and let out. The last activity that night was the Taize prayer where we offer the prayers that we wrote earlier into the fire. After the prayer, everybody was called to get some rest as there will be a mass to attend tomorrow.
Morning came, and the students attended the Holy Mass along with their teachers. Breakfast was served after the mass when we were all escorted back to the school to collect our things. The bonds were sure strengthened more after the overnight camp whether it may be with each other, or with God. I’m sure we can all agree that it was indeed a very blessed event.

Last Updated (Thursday, 14 November 2019 14:22)


postheadericon 53rd Founding Anniversary of Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School: Three Cheers for Another Year!

By: Diana E. Avena  10 -Divine Mercy
Day 1
Sto. Tomas de Villanueva celebrated its 53rd Founding Anniversary which began with a Thanksgiving Mass at 7:30am on Septermber 19. A representative from each section wore the costume of their class saint. The church was filled with lively vibes.
Mrs. Nina Barcelo led the opening prayer to start the 2nd part of the celebration. Ms. Alexis Ramirez of Grade 6 Padre Pio served as the conductor for the National Anthem. Our ever gorgeous principal Dr. Marcella D. Bejado officially initiated the program as she gave her opening remarks. Ms. Rizalyn Gularez and Ms. Judy Ann Pecayo were the masters of the ceremony. Everyone was excited as the program started with the cheer of the preschool pupils. They were joined by their parents and guided by their supportive teachers Mrs. Christina Santoyo, Mrs. Marissa Bubutan and Ms. Rhoana Marie Reyes. The pupils were given certificates to acknowledge their participation and effort. Moreover, the Grades 1, 2, and 3 pupils did not disappoint the crowd as they were very enthusiastic with their performance. They were skilful as they effectively used their pompoms, sashes, and ribbons. The program ended well. Everybody got the chance to showcase their talents and received awards such as Best Voice Projection, Most Energetic and Most Synchronized Group.
The K-POP Dance Craze Contest followed where the Grades 4-6 pupils presented their talents as they imitated their favorite K-Pop idols. The atmosphere was bursting with energy! All were winners, but the Grade 4 and the Grade 6 really did leave such an impact on the judges with Grade 6 – St. Ferdinand the III of Castille declared as the champion. Still, everyone did their best and they sure did not make anybody disappointed.
After the program, a Grade 10 student from St. Thomas of Aquinas serenaded the crowd with her lovely and enticing voice.
In the afternoon, a Bingo game took place. Stvians enjoyed the game as they feel motivated and determined in winning the game. Parents and outsiders also participated in the said event. As the first day of the two-day celebration ended, everybody was so happy and satisfied as they went home with pride and well- deserved awards.

Day 2
As the 2nd day of the Foundation Day continued, all were thrilled about the cheer dance competition from the high school students. The program was hosted by Ms. Elise Sahagun and Ms. Rhoana Marie Reyes The cheerdance started with the opening prayer led by Ms. Rechelle Carolino. The judges were Sir Zandro Cruz, Ms. Regine Manlangit and Mr. Christian Santos. The Grade 10 students were picked to perform first with their ‘Diva’ concept inspired by Lady Gaga. They indeed channeled their inner divas with this cheer routine that made the crowd amazed as ever. The Grade 9 students came next with a ‘Disney’ theme, wearing the colors green and white as their motif. It was a performance that would surely bring you back to your favorite childhood Disney movies. Enough about cute things, it is now time for Rock and Roll. The Grade 7 students walked in the stage with heavy makeup, ripped jeans, dyed hair, and all-black attires with their music being songs from popular rock bands like Queen, Bon Jovi, and many more. Last but definitely not the least, were the Grade 8 students with their ‘Anime’ concept. Their costumes were simple – printed white shirts and leggings but they definitely proved that simplicity doesn’t always mean dull. Their routines and steps were precise that made the crowd cheered even louder. What a show, it was! The judges must have had a hard time deciding which grade level would bring home the bacon. Although we know that even without awards, they are all already winners since they did their best, and the performances all came out amazing.
The awarding came and the Grade 10 students were held as the 3rd runner up, the Grade 9 came as 2nd. The Grade 7 students got the 1st runner up while the Grade 8 students were announced as the champions.
The program ended with the performance of the Grade 9 student Yumi Lauc as she sang her very unique and refreshing version of the song “Location” by Khalid. It was such a joy to know that there are so many talented students here in Sto. Tomas de Villanueva.
That was it for the 53rd Foundation Day celebration of our beloved school, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School. I hope the students became more open into embracing the talents that they have because what these two days proved was that everybody has their own talents in a way, they just need the right opportunity or the courage to showcase them.
Again, happy 53 years, STVPS! It had been another blessed year.

Last Updated (Thursday, 14 November 2019 14:23)


postheadericon STVPS & SNPS Joint Retreat 2019

By Admin

    Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School and Sto. Niño Parish School declared October 24-25, 2019 “closed campus” and pulled out all personnel from their desks and classrooms for a joint annual retreat in a secluded yet popular religious haven of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Manila, the St. Michael Retreat Center.  Regular employees of both schools have to drop-off all their school concerns to establish a meaningful interaction with the Lord invigorating personal and communal convictions of providing quality Catholic education of the young.  

    Sixty school personnel crossed the boarders of Pasig, Marikina and Cainta towards Antipolo at 8:00 in the morning of October 24, 2019 for an encounter with the Lord which was facilitated by Rev. Fr. Edgardo Barrameda, the newly appointed Director-in-charge of PaDSS.  

    The retreat was divided into four major instalments.  The first session, “Go to your room”, provides personnel an opportunity to see better the meaning of what one does and to see more of what it could have been done better.  

    Second session invited personnel to “Stop, look and listen” to the promptings of the Holy Spirit that are often considered inexistent but are essential to enliven the spark of a meaningful interaction with the students, parents and companions in the field of education.

    The third session discussed the “Battle between appearance and the authentic.”  School personnel were led to discover qualitative characters of appearance that should reflect the true and the authentic convictions of personnel in a Catholic institution.

    The final session was an invitation to live a “New Life” conscious that man is an act in potency that is in the process of becoming a reflection of the Divine.

    Fr. Ed recapitulated the sessions through a meaningful Eucharistic Celebration.

    Congratulations personnel of STVPS and SNPS!  

Last Updated (Wednesday, 13 November 2019 14:57)


postheadericon STVPS Joins STVP Planning and Team Building

By Admin

 Rev. Fr. Darwin L. Calderon, Parish Priest of Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish and the Chaplain of the Parochial School in Santolan invited some school personnel to join the annual parish planning for 2019-2020 at Shercon Resort and Ecology Park in Lipa, Batangas last October 11-12, 2019.

Forty three delegates from different ministries and organizations of the parish were ferried to the venue at around 5:30 a.m. equipped with proposed plans and programs. Transportation of the delegates was assigned to vehicles of the participants to minimize expenses. Mr. Melchor Solar, couch captain of the school van, was assigned to transport 10 delegates.

Dr. Leo B. Galve, School Director, represented the school community noting programs the school could take active participation. Together with him were Mr. Arturo Santos, head of Family and Life and Mrs. Nenita Alamo, head of Worship Committee. They are full-time school employees. Mrs. Diding Fungo, head of the Mother Butler’s Guild, part-time employee of the school took a special place in the bandwagon.

Despite the tedious task of grouping together the parish programs, the delegates were brought to a team building activities that strengthen the unity and camaraderie of the participants.

Congratulations Santo Tomas de Villanueva Parish! The planning is a concrete manifestation that the parish is alive and is dedicated to improve the spiritual life of the community.

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postheadericon PAC Turns-Over Two Smart TV’s

By Admin

 One of the many commitments of the Parents Advisory Council 2019-2020 is to provide two Smart TV’s in aid of classroom instruction to the grade school department. Under the leadership of the two-time PAC President, Mrs. Susan A. Tagle and the cooperation of equally dedicated officers, the 43-inch Smart colour TV’s were purchased in the hope of providing teachers a variety of approaches to classroom instruction using audio-video formats.

Learning potentials of pupils are stimulated effectively when two or more sensory abilities are utilized, thus, transfer of learning is faster and lasting.

Teachers, on the other hand, are quite excited to use this technology to widen their teaching creativity and style.

Dr. Galve, received the TV’s from Mrs. Susan A. Tagle, PAC President and Mrs. Gloria L. Latorena, Grade 6 Representative. These TV’s shall be installed in the classrooms of Grade 1, St. Therese of the Child Jesus and Children of Fatima.

The school expresses its profound gratitude to the Lord for sending cooperative, dedicated and selfless parents of PAC 2019-2020.

Last Updated (Wednesday, 16 October 2019 02:55)

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