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In line with DepEd Order No. DO 47, S. 2014, Tropical Village National High conducted Seminar-Workshop entitled “Courage to Lead: Shaping the 21st Century Youth Leaders” that participated by selected teachers and the officers of the school’s different organizations on April 14, 2023, at TVNHS Audio-visual room. The said event happened in the headship of Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV together with Mr. Samuel Poblete, SSG Adviser, Mr. Jose Amparo, SSG Co-Advsier, Mrs. Florinda Deriada, YES-O Adviser and Ms. Mercy Ronquillo, RCYC Adviser.
The school acknowledges the important role and contributions of the various school’s youth organizations and promotes learners’ welfare and excellence for all. The goals of the event are as follows: obtain a broader perspective and better understanding of the nature of leadership and its basic values, strengthen student leadership abilities and skills, and instill the importance of unity and collaboration.
The ceremony kicked off with a warm welcome given by the Head Teacher III, Mrs. Mariglo S. Bayot. It was followed by a meaningful message from Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV and Ms. Rencie O. Majillo, Division Youth Formation Coordinator. Moreover, Mr. Samuel D. Poblete, SSG Adviser delivered the statement of purpose, and the presentation of the participants was facilitated by Mr. Jaymark C. Doca, one of the AP teachers and Madrassah Education Program Coordinator. Mr. Jose M. Amparo, SSG Co-Adviser, enthusiastically introduced the resource speaker, Mr. Jimple Jay R. Maligro.
Mr. Jimple Jay R. Maligro, Coordinator, Scholarship and Financial Assistance Services Admission Officer in OSAS CvSU-CCAT Campus and NSTP Instructor shared his extensive knowledge of leadership and imparted to participants the various skills, characteristics, and confidence required to be an effective and efficient leader.
Ms. Irene M. Dulay, CPP Coordinator, guided the second part of the program, which focused on various outdoor activities that will assist them to improve their collaboration, cooperation, leadership, and trust in one another. During the open forum, participants actively posed questions and listened as Ms. Irene Dulay answered all their concerns. Mrs. Ma. Teresa A. Colada, one of the AP teachers moderated the open forum. Mrs. Sonia D. Reyes, OIC-Department Head of Araling Panlipunan, delivered the closing remarks.
Overall, the said event was a smooth and resounding success. It was able to achieve its objective which is bringing the youth together for nation-building and bringing closer government initiatives to the youth.
TALINO, TIKAS, TAPANG…. TATAK TROPICALIAN!