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Mrs. Susan C. Sibulo, OIC-Department Head English and Practice Teaching Focal Person, begins Orientation for Field Study Students from CVSU-Indang, CVSU Trece, and CVSU Gentri. Ma’am Sibulo discusses the tasks and obligations, job description, proper decorum, and schedule that the students must follow.
The Audit Team from R4A- 18, NGAS, Cluster 5-A, COA Region IV-A, Ms. Cristina M. Romen, State Auditor IV, and Ms. Edith N. Padilla, State Auditor I together with Mrs. Delia A. Ramos, retired State Auditor, conduct a cash examination on the cash and accounts of the school earlier today, April 27.
Dr. Mark Airon P. Creus, Principal IV, convenes a two-session meeting with the TVNHS teachers to discuss matters such as class schedule during extreme heat, moving up and recognition ceremonies, culminating activities, classroom observation feedback, and other important concerns that need urgent action earlier today, April 26.
To ensure a more conducive learning environment, school maintenance staff, Kuya Monching, and Kuya Jun, install additional wall fans in the classrooms on April 24.
Selected Tropicalian learners under the Project SAGIP-CONNECT Feeding program have their soup and juice today, April 25, sponsored by Mrs. Rica Zapanta, a TVNHS alumna.
Thank you, Mrs. Rica, through Mrs. Amorcita Endaya, for your generosity!
Students participating in the Fire Prevention Seminar received a packed lunch donated by Kap. Eddie Umali and Brgy. Coun. Ryan Santor earlier today, April 25.
Thank you, Kap. Eddie and Coun. Ryan!
TVNHS Holds Human Word Factory Game For Selected Tropicalian Learners
Earlier today, April 18, Tropical Village National High School held a Human Word Factory Game for selected students.
TVNHS Conducts Project SINuLiD STAR Culminating Activity cum Moving Up Ceremony
Tropical Village National High School conducted different activities as part of the Project SINuLiD STAR Culminating Activity Cum Moving up Ceremony aimed at promoting reading skills and fostering a culture of reading among our students today, April 18.