LVHS compels Feeding Program

As a response to the Dep.Ed. Memorandum obliging all Public High Schools to conduct a feeding program for students who are undernourished, the School Nurse, Mrs. Loida L.Calicdan conducted the feeding of almost twenty eight malnourished students. The program started  last August 11, 2008.The said students gather at the school canteen and partake with the nutritious snacks like “Arrozcaldo, Vegetable Soup, and Binignit”  every 3:00 pm in the afternoon This feeding program happens 3 times a week to help improve the health of the students.


Kenji Ng, the next Sports Figure

Kenji Ng, a 4th year student from Lopez-Jaena is now very popular in Lupon Vocational High School because of his competent attacks in playing Sepak Takraw.

          When he was 11 years old he started to love the sport. As a matter of fact, with his years of playing, he already has competed at Mati city, Tagum City, Davao City and Puerto Princesa in Palawan. He has also mastered the skill of managing his time. He studies during class hours and in the afternoon at 4:00pm to 5:00pm, he practices with his team mates. Although this routine makes him exhausted, still his goal will never alter which is, to be one of the delegates for the “Palarong Pambansa “ and to be like his brother.   sports_kenji1

          Kenji is an avid fan of his brother, Watanabe Ng, now a famous scholar at Jose Maria College (JMC)-a private school in Davao City. Because of him, Kenji is very inspired to play and ready to sacrifice everything in training himself every afternoon at the People’s Park of Lupon. His inspirations in life are his family: his mother, his father, sisters and brothers who support him. He shares his talents; he hopes he will follow their footsteps. He’s very grateful to the Lord that’s the reason why he can’t say anything but, “The Lord is the best!” for giving them the skills and talents in playing Sepak Takraw.

LVHS Quizzers win

Edgar Eufemio Regidor Jr. of III- Mt. Apo defeated the other contingents from different schools in the entire division of Davao |Oriental after winning the second place in Math III quiz during the Division Science and Math Quiz and Sci- dama Competition held at San Isidro National High School last September 26, 2008.

Regidor showed a very nice achievement after grabbing the second Spot in the phase II from being top 10 in the phase I.

Other participants who joined the Sci-dama, Science and Math quiz also got places during the competition. Jhon Rey Maniscan from First Year, Paul Mejos from fourth year and Emarjon Colonia from third year got 4th place in Thermo Sci- dama and THI, meanwhile, Federico Franco from fourth year and Jun-jun Montera from third year both got 3rd place in Math IV and III quiz, April Joy Peligrino from second year and Roygie Loreno from first year both settled for 4th place in Math II and I quiz. In Science quiz, Sweetzel Dyne Morales got 6th place.

            Regidor qualified for the Regional Quiz Fair at Matanao Davao del Sur.


        (Written by Federico V. Franco Jr., 4th Year Student)

LVHS puts up Reading Center

The Filipino and English Department established the reading center purposely, to help students who need improvement in reading comprehension. They filled the center with comics, books, magazines and other reading references in order for the learners to practice their skills in reading. “There will be no students left behind,” is  one of the objectives of school foe the students, thus, they will exercise more on reading to develop critical thinking.

            The said reading center will not be realized without the cooperation of the students, the painstaking efforts of Christian Pasion, the President with the rest of the officers of the Filipino and English Club as well as the coordinators Mrs. Maribeth L. Albinda (Filipino Department) and Mrs. Mirabel P. Millan (English Department).


LVHS writers to advance in RSSPC

The staffers of The Builder, the student official publication of Lupon Vocational High School won in the just concluded Division Secondary Schools Press Conference held in Tibanban National High School on October 16-18, 2008.

            Christian C. Pasion got the third place in in English Feature writing; Aimee Marion A. Morales placed fourth in English Editorial Writing and so does with Kimberly Acasio who bagged fourth place also in Filipino Sports Writing.

            This Year’s theme is “Climate Change; A Call for Responsible Campus Journalism”.

            The said students are qualified to compete in the upcoming Regional Secondary Schools Press Conference (RSSPC) which will be scheduled on  November 27 to 29 2008 at Tagum City.

(Written by Christian Pasion, 4th Year Student)

STEP winners move ahead to National title

Once again, LVHS proved its excellence when it comes to academic and skills competition. During the regional STEP (Students Technologists and Entrepreneurs of the Philippines) Skills Competition held last November 10-12, 2008 at Tagum City, LVHS sent four students to compete in the said competition.

Equipped with the full support of the Administration and Division officers, the said students made a great contribution.

   The Champions for the competition are as follows: Vengie Ygonia— Building Wiring Installation  Coach: Mr. Norman Tomas, Jeffrey Dagooc—Welding Coach: Mr. Jovito Rosete.

    On the other hand, Warren Deveyra got the second place in Auto Electricity Coach: Mr. Juan Turing.

    Meanwhile Vengie Ygonia and Jeffey Dagooc are qualified for the National STEP Competition at Baguio City on November 19-21, 2008.

LVHS Teachers on DORP

A group of teachers from Lupon Vocational High School (Mrs. Doris Macarona, Mrs. Mary Jean Alterado, Mrs. Allen Rodriguez, Mrs. Trifina Simo, and Mrs. Josefina Arbol) went to Cebu City to attend a one-week training on DORP (Drop Out Reduction Program) last November 4-7, 2008. They gave a re-echo training to the teachers last November 14, 2008.