Serbisyong medikal at dental, inihandog sa mga lokal na mamamayan
Sa panulat ni: Bb. Maria Kimberlei Baldado
Pag-aabot ng tulong pangkalusugan bilang bahagi ng pagdiriwang ng ika-20 anibersaryo ng Pamilyang PSHS–Cagayan Valley Campus.
Tinatayang 150 mamamayan ng Pawac, Masoc, Bayombong at Dulli, Ambaguio ang nahandugan ng serbisyong medikal at dental mula sa Pamilyang PSHS-CVC noong Hulyo 7, 2016 na ginanap sa Pawac Elementary School.
Ang isinagawang Outreach Program ay bahagi ng pagdiriwang ng ika–20 anibersaryo ng PSHS-CVC na nakapokus sa pagbibigay-halaga at pagpapatibay sa kalusugan ng mga mamamayan sa lokal na komunidad. Layunin nito na makapagbigay ng serbisyong pangkalusugan sa mga bata, matatanda, kalalakihan, kababaihan, at sa mga senior citizens.
Naisakatuparan ang Programa sa pamamagitan ng bukas na pagbibigay ng tulong at oras ng mga Parent Doctors ng mga iskolar ng PSHS-CVC, ang pagpapamudmod ng school supplies sa mga estudyante ng Pawac Elementary School mula sa Pamilya Cornel, gayundin ang pakikibahagi ng mga guro at istaf, ang pakikilahok ng mga kawani ng PHO (Provincial Health Office), at higit sa lahat ang mainit na pagtanggap ng mga residente.
“Special thanks to Philippine Science High School-Cagayan Valley Campus for choosing Pawac ES as the venue of your noble purpose—the Medical and Dental Mission for the communities of Pawak, Masoc, Bayombong and Dulli, Ambaguio. Thank you for celebrating with us your 20th Founding Anniversary and thank you more Sir Salvador Romo (PSHS-CVC Director), your staff, your stakeholders and of course to Sir Ronald Navalta for sharing us your blessings. We couldn’t find the right words to say Thank you. The people of Pawac were so happy because the medical and dental clinics came over to serve them. May your tribe increase. God bless and more power to Pisay!” Ito ang mensahe ng pagpapasalamat ni Gng. Celia S. Valera, ang tagapamuno ng Pawac Elementary School sa PSHS-CVC.
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PSHS–CVC hosts NSTW Open House
by: Mr. Harold V. Gallo
Hundreds of pupils and students of Nueva Vizcaya, Isabela and Quirino flocked at Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus to witness and experience different exhibits in accordance with the celebration of the National Science and Technology Week, July 27, 2016.
This year’s celebrations of the NSTW were highlighted by simultaneous activities by S&T communities such as Bicutan Science Community, Los Baños Science Community, Manila Science Community, Quezon City Science Community and Department of Science and Technology Regional Offices and attached agencies.
“This is the first time that simultaneous celebration was conducted and it offered new and unique way of recognizing the roles and significance of science and technology to our country”, said Mr. Sadiri S. Corpuz, Department Head of the Science, Mathematics, Computer and Technology (SMCT) department of the school.
Pisay–CVC was tasked to host the Open House which featured interactive activities in Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Robotics, Research.
Corpuz, who is also a member of the Evaluation Team for the activities in Region 2’s celebrations, also said that the hosting of the Open House is a way to showcase the outputs, facilities and expertise of Pisay–CVC.
The Quiz Bee team of Advance Montessori Education Center of Isabela (AMECI), who also attended the whole day open house, said that they enjoyed so much the exhibits especially in Robotics.
Meanwhile, Daenniel Pelaez, a Grade 9 student from Nueva Vizcaya Comprehensive High School said that he learned new knowledge and wonders of science and technology in the various exhibits.
Additionally, the visitors were also toured around the campus and watch films that tackle pressing issues and wonders of S&T.
The Student Services Division also took the opportunity to advertise the National Competitive Examination (NCE) to Grade 5 and 6 pupils as part of their film viewing session.
The NSTW celebrations reeled off from July 25–29, 2016 across the country.
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HEADSTART readies faculty, staff in next academic year
by: Mr. Harold V. Gallo
While other schools are already in the middle of their first quarter academic year, Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus is still prepping up its faculty, staff and its facilities for the opening of classes on August 1, 2016.
Academic sessions, re–echoing of seminars, meetings and seminars were lined up to ready the employees for the next school year through the institutionalized HEADSTART that ran from July 25-29, 2016.
Dr. Aimee Marie C. Gragasin, Chief of the Curriculum and Instruction Services Division welcomed the teachers from their midyear vacation and updated them about concerns for the next school year in the opening program.
Mr. Harold V. Gallo, Chief of Student Services Division presented the School Calendar, followed by discussion of administrative matters facilitated by Mr. Raymundo DC. Manaligod, Chief of the Finance and Administrative Services Division in the morning of Day 1.
Dr. Salvador B. Romo, Campus Director, presided a meeting in the afternoon updating and reminding the employees about old and new academic and administrative concerns.
Program Coordinator, Mrs. Alice Manuel, discussed the new program of the senior year curriculum called SCALE in Day 2.
An Open House Exhibit in accordance with the celebration of the Science and Technology Week (NSTW) was hosted by the school in which hundreds of pupils and students from Nueva Vizcaya, Quirino and Isabela visited the interactive exhibits prepared by the faculty and staff in Day 3.
A Seminar–Workshop on Test Construction and Test Measurements was conducted in Day 4 with Dr. Jane D. Navalta, Professor of Nueva Vizcaya State University–Bayombong Campus served as resource speaker.
The last day of the activities punctuated with seminar workshops on New Trends in Teaching Strategies in SMCT and Humanities with Dr. Mercelita V. Orden, Vice President for Academic Affairs of PLT College and Ms. Zayda S. Asuncion, Professor of Saint Mary’s University-Bayombong, serving as resource speakers.
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Outstanding Scholars lauded in 17th Recognition Day
by: Dianne Joyce Matic
Editor In-Chief, The Pisay Explorer
Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus lauded its scholars who exemplified excellence in curricular and extra-curricular activities during its 17th Recognition Day held last May 20, 2016 at SMU Tonus Gym, Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya.
Eighty eight (88) scholars made it to the Director’s List where 23 were Grade 7s, 36 Grade 8s, 14 Grade 9s and 15 Grade 10 scholars.
Additionally, 10 perpetual DLs emerged from the Grade 7, meanwhile 5, 2 and 7 scholars from Grades 8, 9, and 10, respectively.
Engineer Charleston Dale Ambatali of PSHS CVC Batch 2011 and UP Diliman Batch 2016, who ranked second during the ECE 2016 board exams, graced the event as the guest speaker.
Ambatali delivered a speech about his own high school and college struggles and discussed how those experiences enabled him to achieve what he has become now.
Furthermore, Edrian Paul Liao, Top DL of the freshmen, received the DOST YES Gold Medal Award and Mark Ely Namoro, Fusion Core Group President, obtained the PSYSY Excellence in Youth Science Leadership Award.
“I want to prove that any kid can do all these things with just intelligence and hard work,” Liao proudly expressed when asked about his accomplishments.
Natatanging Lingkod Parangal was given to Karlo Alonzo Guiang for serving as the Supreme Student Government President during academic year.
Along with Guiang, other Lingkod Parangal awardees included Namoro, Jarius Redmar Garcia, Aika Fritz Bejosano, Precious Jane Guerrero and Cyril Francis Wakit.
Grade 9 DL Beaver Sean Caraan said that “achieving is one thing but living up to that achievement is a different matter. It’s up to us, scholars, if we prove our self worthy of the awards we were given”.
Various citations were also given to a number of scholars who represented the school in division, regional, national and international levels.
The recognition was dubbed as DOTA: Day Of The Achievers.
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