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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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PSHS-CVC senior students bag bronze in the 20th PNCO 2021
by: Christine V. Ordinario
Two senior students of PSHS-CVC won the bronze medal in the Philippine National Chemistry Olympiad (PNCO) on March 6, 2021.
Edrian Paul S. Liao and Luis Jerard Salum of 12-Eridani, along with Darylle Hope D. Galang (11-Polaris), represented the school in the annual chemistry competition.
Before advancing to the national level, Liao, Salum, and Galang needed to compete in the regional eliminations which was scheduled last January 30, 2021, but there were no contenders from any of the high schools in the region.
Unopposed, the three PSHS-CVC contingents automatically emerged as the region’s representatives, propelling them to the PNCO.
According to Mr. Mark Merrill N. Mesa, chemistry teacher and one of the coaches, since face-to-face classes are suspended, their preparations and reviews were conducted through Google Meet.
"This year's PNCO clearly compelled for a more challenging platform considering the new modality, the busy schedule of students and coaches, and most especially the dynamic set of questions the contestants immersed with. The most important caveat from this event that I would always cherish is the fun that came along with it. Seeing the students have fun learning, given their love-hate relationship with chemistry, made me realize that our efforts have truly come to fruition," quipped Mr. Mesa.
The teachers of the Chemistry Unit took turns in conducting online review sessions with the contestants.
Mr. Mesa was the registered coach of Luis Salum, Mr. Bryle C. Eusebio was the registered coach of Edrian Liao, and Ms. Maria Cristina C. Valeros for Darylle Galang.
Liao and Galang are both first–time contenders in the PNCO, while Salum is competing for his second time this year.
This year’s PNCO was participated in by 54 competing participants and 6 non–competing participants from 16 regions.
The PNCO top four scorers, which include one student from PSHS Main Campus and two from PSHS Central Mindanao Campus, won the gold and will compete in the 53rd International Chemistry Olympiad on July 24 to August 2, 2021 to be hosted by Japan.#
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PSHS-CVC joins nationwide earthquake drill
by: Christine V. Ordinario
from PSHS-CVC Documentation Committee
In compliance to the order from the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC), Philippine Science High School – Cagayan Valley Campus employees participated in the Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED) on March 11, 2021, 2:00 PM.
Earthquake drill is one of the regular activities conducted in the campus to intensify the awareness and preparedness of employees and students.
Due to health restrictions and health hazards posed by Covic-19 pandemic, and to ensure physical distancing, the other parts of the drill that require mass gathering such as evacuation and other physical interactions were not included.
The nationwide simultaneous drill is the initial activity of the four-part program of NDRRMC.
Other drills will be held on June, September, and November this year.
"Disasters can happen anytime, that is why we should take drills seriously. No matter who we are or how busy our schedule is, we should participate and not take it for granted, because earthquakes will spare no one. Lamang ang handa," emphasized Dr. Gallo, the Chief of the Student Services Division (SSD).
The conduct of the earthquake drill in the campus was facilitated by the Student Services Division.#
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