PSHS-CVC congratulates the newly appointed DOST Undersecretary for Regional Operations
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Liao leads Silaksarinlan in PSHS-CVC’s 20th graduation rites
by: Christine V. Ordinario
Edrian Paul S. Liao aced and led Batch Silaksarinlan in the 20th Commencement Exercises of Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus (PSHS–CVC) in a virtual ceremony streamed online last March 26, 2021.
Enthemed “A Toolbox of Talents, A Think Tank for Tomorrow,” the program was a culmination to the six-year high school journey of Batch 2021.
Liao, a native of Cauayan City, Isabela, was awarded with Highest Honors, Proficiency Awards in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, English, PEHM, the DOST Secretary Award for Model Science Scholar and the PSHS Leadership Award.
The Duke University-bound and Karsh Scholarship grantee Liao emphasized in his speech the essences of learn and unlearning, exceeding one’s expectations and serving the communities where people are part of.
“Find your niche in this society. We are destined to be a toolbox of talents. And the think tank for tomorrow”, he stated.
Of the 86 scholars, Luis Jerard Salum, was also awarded with Highest Honors, the highest academic title given to graduating students and 35 students were also awarded “With Honors” title.
The different Excellence Awards were given to the following: Richard Francis T. Agcaoili – Biology; Luis Jerard Salum – Chemistry and Filipino; Judel I. Lozada – Research and Filipino Journalism; Lynelle Daryl S. Ringor – English and Social Science; Percival C. Carpio III, English Journalism; Louela Bless B. Madayag – Arts.
Mr. Erick John H. Marmol, the PSHS-CVC Campus Director, commended Batch 2021 for their achievements, and for being inspiration to others to work for the best.
Hon. Fortunato T. de la Peña, the Secretary of the Department of Science and Technology (DOST); Ms. Lilia T. Habacon, the Executive Director of PSHS System, and Dr. Renato U. Solidum, Jr., DOST Undersecretary, also graced the 2nd virtual graduation of the school.
The three DOST top brass underscored the challenges the Covid-19 pandemic has caused that changed the landscape of education and they also emphasized the role of the PSHS graduates in bringing hope for the country.
“As Pisay graduates, be brave to face challenges you will encounter in the future. You are built to excel, you are an agent of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, you can help shape the future and make it a sustainable experience for humanity”, said Sec. de la Peña in his Commencement speech.
Exec. Dir. Habacon expressed her gratitude to the graduates and their parents for choosing Pisay for their education, as she said, “We hope that you will carry the values that you gained and developed from your Pisay education as you work to achieve your dreams and aspirations. You are a Pisay scholar. You are important. And you will always be,” In his closing remarks, Usec. Solidum said, “Young people like you are the country’s future frontliners in key roles needed to maintain a humane, free, and peaceful society.”
The 20th Commencement Exercises of PSHS–CVC Silaksarinlan was aired at 3PM on May 26 via YouTube.
Silaksarinlan, the batch name of this year’s graduating class, is derived from the phrase Silakbo tungong Kasarinlan.#
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School lauds DLs, gives feedback on academic performance in 3rd Quarter Cardgiving Day
by: Christine V. Ordinario
Two hundred sixteen students of Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus were given recognition during the Third Quarter Virtual Card-Giving Day on April 27, 2021.
These students were awarded for qualifying in the Director’s List (DL), a recognition given to students who obtained a General Weighted Average (GWA) of 1.00 to 1.50 for the quarter.
For this quarter, there are 31 DLs in the Grade 7 level, 20 in Grade 8, 25 in Grade 9, 20 in Grade 10, 54 in Grade 11 and 66 in Grade 12.
Following the recognition of DLs was the Kumustahan session of the advisers and teachers with the parents, tackling the current situation of the students at home and how they are performing in their academic tasks.
Mr. Erick John Marmol, the new campus director of PSHS-CVC, expressed his views about how the pandemic changed the educational landscape of Philippine Science High School.
He acknowledged the collaboration of the employees, parents and scholars as an important factor in overcoming the difficulties posed by the global health concern.
“Keep on looking for the light at the end of the tunnel,” the newly appointed campus director emphasized. He concluded that this is the opportunity to keep on learning and help shape the future of science and technology.
Ms. Rosalinda O. Luwang, the Chief of the Curriculum and Instruction Division (CID), stated in her message, “Way to go! You have come this far. The finish line for this quarter is within your reach. Continue to strive harder and to be diligent in your studies.”
The quarterly card giving day is also conducted to provide an avenue for the parents and teachers to discuss the academic performance and other relevant concerns of the students.#
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