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postheadericon STVPS Pushed In-House Printing of Identification Cards


By Admin

    History shows that before the onset of digital ID printing, Sto. Tomas de Villanueva Parochial School fabricates identification cards with the use of Lamipacker, a hot metal plate ID laminator, in a 250 oz. plastic film of both students and teachers.  Outsourced picture taking was subscribed disrupting the usual classroom instruction as picture of every student was taken one-by one tediously.  
    This year, the school hits a new trend by doing the old practice with a twist as it pushes to print identification cards with the use of PVC’s and a state of the art Admiral CP-1000T ID Printer with Flipper Module to print back-to-back, all color, ID.  Mr. Joseph S. Cruz takes individual pictures of students and teachers and does the editing, Mr. Great Allan M. Ong, lead person in grouping information of the ID’s with their picture, final editing and printing, and Mr. Rafael A. Rojo encodes information, prepares the technicalities and ensures quality assurance of the product.  Special citations to Mr. Alberto S. Gerodias, Jr. for lighting preparations,  the advisers for the speedy preparation of Student’s Information and Ms. Pearl Angelica H. Recio for the help in gathering and encoding data.
    The team started taking pictures of the preschool and grade school pupils in the morning of July 3, 2018 and was able to print the first set of Nursery pupils’ ID in the afternoon.  The school hopes to finish printing the ID before July ends beating the September deadline of the old provider.  Kudos to the school in general and the team in particular!

 

 

Last Updated (Thursday, 05 July 2018 13:15)