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Mr. Jerel Aaron M. Fojas, DPWH- Cavite 1st District Engineering Office Representative, and Engr. Faustino C. Sison Jr., SDO-Engineer, inspected Tropical Village National High School on May 29.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV, along with Mrs. Mariglo S. Bayot, Head Teacher III, holds a meeting with Mrs. Jacqueline Leaban, WINs coordinator; Mrs. Aileen Sidamon, clinic teacher; and Mrs. Anna Liza Lopez, Canteen Manager, to discuss the results of the recent monitoring of Health and Medical Unit of the division and to determine necessary actions and interventions required to address the areas of concern identified during monitoring.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV, convenes a faculty meeting to discuss current concerns, including the return of 5-day in-person classes, school cleanliness, School Assessment of Facility and Equipment (SAFE), 2nd COT, culminating activity, and WINs implementation and other important issues that need urgent actions.
Administrative Aide III from the SDO General Trias City, Mr. Darren Pinpin, and Mr. John Micole Cubol, visit the school to conduct onsite validation on National School Building Inventory (NSBI) on May 26.
Under “Project Parola” which aims to illuminate the world by broadening their knowledge and critical thinking abilities, Rogationist College’s Senior High School Department donated reference books to Tropical Village National High School today, May 25.
Engr. Arwin Vidal from the Engineering Office of General Trias City, measures the building in preparation for the program of works for the demolition and construction of a 4-storey, 12-classroom building that will be funded by the City of General Trias through the initiative of City Mayor Luis “Jon-Jon” A. Ferrer IV, City Vice Mayor Jonas Glyn P. Labuguen, 6th District Congressman Antonio “Ony” A. Ferrer, and the rest of the Sangguniang Panglunsod.
Mrs. Edith Movilla, Gulayan sa Paaralan Coordinator, together with some male students, continuously prepares the area for the variety of vegetables to be planted.
Mr. Jericho Dela Cruz, Gen. Trias City Planning Officer, together with Mr. Marwin Salazar, Asst. Manager of Japan Electric Power Services inspected the school for the upcoming installation of 20 solar panels, one of the major projects of the City of General Trias through the initiative of City Mayor Luis “Jon-Jon” Ferrer IV with the support of City Vice Mayor Jonas Glyn P. Labuguen and the rest of the city councilors.
Our endless thanks to our City Mayor Luis “Jon-Jon” Ferrer IV, City Vice Mayor Jonas Glyn P. Labuguen, and the rest of the city councilors for their limitless support to our school.
Jessica Louis I. Peñaflor takes a selfie with City Mayor Luis “Jon-Jon” Ferrer IV during the recognition ceremony of the Gentri students who bagged awards during Singapore and Asian Math Olympiad (SASMO) 2023 held last April 1 at DLSU-Lipa, Batangas.
Thank you, City Mayor Luis “Jon-Jon” Ferrer IV, City Vice Mayor Jonas Glyn Labuguen, and the whole city councilors for your untiring support to our Tropicalian learners!
On May 17, Mr. Jeffrey M. Rodil, ICT teacher, donates and distributes umbrellas to Grade 7 learners. This is part of his advocacy, which is to help learners lessen their discomfort brought on by extreme heat.
Thank you, Sir Jeffrey, for your generosity!
Tropical Village National High School learners received bibles from the Cathedral of Praise Church during their 3rd Flag Ceremony earlier today, May 22.
Tropicalian learners demonstrate their love for the country during the Flag Raising Ceremony earlier today, May 22.
Dr. Rizal Vidallo, Education Program Supervisor in Edukayon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP), examines and monitors the status of the blended learning modality’s implementation during extreme heat. In addition, he inspects the ESP department’s implementation of the activities outlined in their work plan.
TVNHS holds its fourth day of Early Registration for incoming grade 7 students today, May 16. The smooth process of the school’s early registration is spearheaded by Mrs. Angelita P. Allarey, guidance teacher.
The Division Medical Team, headed by Dr. Mary Grace E. Javier, Medical Officer III, and Ms. Eliel Mae A. Galgo, Nurse II, monitors the status of the activities under WINs, the school clinic, and the updates on the school canteen on May 16.
PBF Bantamweight Champion, Kenneth Llover visits his alma mater to convey his gratitude to all teachers who supported him throughout his career. In addition, he encourages all Tropicalian students to continue pursuing their aspirations.
Earlier today, TLE teachers headed by Ms. Regine C. Reforma, OIC-Head, together with some male students prepare the area for the school’s Gulayan sa Paaralan project. This project is part of the school’s mission to provide a safer, greener, and more conducive learning environment for our Tropicalian learners.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, School Head, provides technical assistance to Ma’am Jacqueline Leaban and Sir John Christian Telimban on the school’s official website.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV, leads a faculty meeting to discuss the academic status of students, the implementation of a blended learning modality, intervention classes for at-risk students, the financial report on received donations, and other issues that must be properly communicated to faculty and staff.
Brgy. Chairman, Hon. Eddie Umali, visits the school to monitor and gain updates on the upcoming projects that their team will do in the school. The construction of an exit gate and concrete fences in the school’s passageway are among their projects designed to provide a safer and more conducive learning environment for our Tropicalian learners.
TVNHS receives additional reference materials from LGU headed by City Mayor, Hon. Luis “Jon-Jon” A. Ferrer IV, 6th District Congressman, Hon. Antonio “Ony” A. Ferrer, City Vice Mayor, Hon. Jonas Glyn P. Labuguen and all City Councilors.
All materials received were properly turned over to each learning area for stamping of ownership and distribution to learners.
SK officials of Brgy. San Francisco, headed by Ms. Jaycel Mendoza, provide nutritious meals to students under the Project SAGIP-CONNECT feeding program earlier today, May 5.
Our sincerest thanks to Ms. Jaycel Mendoza and the rest of the Brgy. San Francisco SK officials for supporting the school’s advocacy.