PSHS-CVC sweeps Valleygsahan 2021 events
by: Christine V. Ordinario
Students who represented Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus (PSHS–CVC) in Valleygsahan 2021 brought home the championship after placing first in the overall rankings for both junior high school (JHS) and senior high school (SHS) categories.
PSHS–CVC bested other participating schools in the junior category and in the senior category in the region.
Lenard Adam Yague (G10), Darren Marike Noreen Tiongson (G10) and Edan Viel Aguada (G9) emerged as the champion in the Quiz Show that was composed of four rounds: drafting, elimination, semi–final and final rounds.
In the debate competition, the JHS team composed of the Grade 10 students Victor Andres Navoa, Rexelle Dianne Taguinod, and Erin Czen Turla, had a face off for a spot to advance to the final round with the SHS team composed of Ada Jemina Plata (G11), Lynelle Daryl Ringor (G12), and Luis Jerard Salum (G12).
In the said semi–final round, the SHS team advanced to the final round, ensuring the JHS team with a bronze finish. In the final round, the PSHS–CVC senior contingent clinched the silver medal.
The team of the Grade 11 students Althea Francine Abadilla, Janna Christina Cancejo, Niño Ricofrelle Dannug, Karylle Faye Lopez and Cecille Faye Perez bagged the gold in Short Film Making with their short film entitled Ipantay/Tinapay.
Raven Carlos Pacito Arellano (G12) copped first and Chelcia Ara Diane Mercado (G10) placed third in Pagsulat ng Sanaysay for the senior and junior levels, respectively.
In the Digital Poster Making event, Edson John Willie (G12) and Jielian Faye Quilang (G10), both won first place.
John Vincent Albino (G12) placed second in the Traditional Poster Making event.
Karminia Gabrielle Reyes (G11) and Sean Gabriel Manansala (G7) competed in Extemporaneous speaking and won second and third, respectively.
In Dagliang Talumpati, Judel Lozada (G12) emerged second place.
With the aforementioned feats, PSHS–CVC junior level garnered 38 points, and the senior level stacked 55 points, making the school the overall champion in both levels.
This is the third consecutive year that PSHS–CVC took home the championship for Valleygsahan.
Mr. Jay–Ar Mapilis, the perennial coach for Valleygsahan, said this year’s competition is different from the previous years with the inclusion of the senior high school category and the introduction of new events like short film making and digital poster.
Since face–to–face mode is still not allowed, the organizers used online platforms such as Zoom, Discord, Messenger, and Google Meet to successfully conduct the events.
During the preparation stage, we encouraged our students to do their best in their respective competitions, to exhibit scholastic and artistic capabilities justly and fairly, and to always uphold the PSHS core values no matter what the circumstances are,” said Mr. Mapilis.
The trainers in the different contested events were: Mr. Joel Magday and Mr. Lyndon Lazaro (Quiz Bee), Mr. Jay–Ar Mapilis (debate competition), Mr. Russel Owen Viloria (short film making), Dr. Zenaida T. Manzano (pagsulat ng sanaysay), Mr. Bobby Argote (digital poster making), John Rich Manalo (traditional poster making), Ms. Lady Beatriz Addauan and Ms. Melahnie Agraam (extemporaneous speaking), Mr. Joenel Lacaden (dagliang talumpati).
The winning students will advance to the national level and represent the school and the region in Patalasan 2021.
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PSHS-CVC students bag awards in Patalasan 2021
by: Christine V. Ordinario
The Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus (PSHS–CVC) contingent won awards in the various contested areas of Patalasanlahi 2021.
Leading the pack in the quest for gold was Jielian Faye Quilang (G9) who bested the other contestants and emerged as the champion in the Digital Poster Making Contest.
In the roster of contested activities, digital poster making is the newest contested event and is on its maiden outing in Patalasanlahi 2021.
Arch. Bobby U. Argote, the Unit Coordinator of the PSHS–CVC Technology Unit and the coach in the digital poster making contest, said it was a great challenge to train the contestants.
"In preparation for Patalasanlahi, the contestants were trained by providing them national issues as subjects for their work which they will accomplish under time pressure. During the contest proper, I just told them to relax, remain calm, and enjoy the moment," Arch. Argote stated.
On the other hand, the team composed of Lenard Adam Yague (G10), Darren Marike Noreen Tiongson (G10) and Edan Viel Aguada (G9) placed second runner–up in the Quiz Show for the junior high school category.
Yague was also recognized as the first top scorer in the elimination round of the quiz show.
"In all honesty, all of us in the team were motivated to win. Our eyes were on the award, and our sheer determination fuelled us to give our best. We had a very short time to prepare for Patalasan, so we maximized everything that we have learned during our preps for Valleygsahan. Thankfully, our efforts have paid off," Yague quipped.
For the senior high school level, Raven Carlos Pacito Arellano (G12) landed first runner–up in Pagsulat ng Sanaysay, while Judel Lozada (G12) won second runner-up in Dagliang Talumpati.
The coaches/trainers of the students were: Arch. Bobby U. Argote (Digital Poster–Making), Mr. Joel Magday and Mr. Lyndon Lazaro (Quiz Show); Dr. Zenaida T. Manzano (Pagsulat ng Sanaysay); and Mr. Joenel B. Lacaden (Dagliang Talumpati).
Patalasanlahi 2021 is a national level academic competition elementary and secondary schools spearheaded by the UP Sanlahi Alliance.
The UP Sanlahi Alliance is an association of provincial, regional, and entholinguistic organizations in the University of the Philippines.
The contenders for Patalasanlahi 2021 were winners in the inter-school competitions conducted by the different member-organizations of UP Sanlahi Alliance, one of which is UP Lambak which organized Valleygsahan 2021.
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CVC alumni inspire G11 and 12 students in Patunduan
by: Christine V. Ordinario
In response to the BOT directive to PSHS campuses to hold dialogues with graduating scholars, Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus conducted a program that aims to provide the Grade 11 and 12 students a deeper understanding of college expectations, problems, and challenges, in preparation for their college life.
Patunduan, a Gaddang term for advice or paalala, was adopted as the name of the program initiated by the Life Career Development Program (LCDP). It was a two-part activity program that enlightens students about academic life after high school.
Patunduan served as an avenue for the Grade 11 and 12 students to learn about preparations for college from the testimonies, experiences, and pieces of advice of the guest-alumni.
The first part of Patunduan was held on February 5 intended for Grade 12 students, and graced by the following PSHS-CVC alumni: Kathleen Joy Rivera, Batch 2009; Bryle C. Eusebio, Batch 2014; Patricia Nicole Narvadez and Alyssa Joselle Alba of Batch 2015; and Hannah Keren Duque of Batch 2018.
A second part was likewise conducted, dubbed as Patunduan 2.0, participated in by Grade 11 students.
In Patunduan 2.0, three alumni from Batch 2014 served as speakers: Bryle Eusebio, Jasmine Interior, and Ricardo Roxas II.
The Patunduan series is a program by the Life Career Development Program (LCDP) of PSHS-CVC, through the initiative its coordinator, Mr. Jay-Ar A. Mapilis.#
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