JS Promenade

The Juniors and Seniors Prom was held at the Lupon Gymnasium on February 27, 2009. It was hosted by John Paul Nicolo Rodriguez and Beryl Joan Mangaron, both third year students. This year’s Ms. Alma Mater is Jasmin Roscom. Miss Senior is Cheene Brillo and the Miss Junior is Guada Jean Bating.

Highlights of the LVHS 32nd Founding Anniversary

Videos of the Jazz Chant Competition are available at Teacher’s and Student’s Corner blogsite.

LVHS Celebrates 32nd Founding Anniversary

This auspicious day has not only become a landmark among the important events that done the school round the year, but is also the day of pride as it was on this day 31 years ago that we saw the seeds of the school and technological accomplishments sown, the day that Lupon Vocational High School took birth. A vision come true. But not without hard work, dedication  and commitment of our the administrators, faculty, staff and students.

Schedule of Activities:

February 24, 2009

Part I :   Mass (7:30am)
Part II:  Opening Program (9:00am)
Part III: Contest Proper – Jazz Chant
Part IV:  Afternoon Presentation
                 1. DBC Presentation
                 2. Field Demonstration
                 3. Awarding od Prizes

 Happy Anniversary and Congratulations!

LVHS – Training Venue for SMAW NC 1

Lupon Vocational High School is one of the beneficiaries of the Comprehensive Livelihood Skills Development Program of the Hon. Congresswoman Thelma Z. Almario.

LVHS will serve as a training venue for the Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) NC 1 – designed to provide skills to the youth, women and unemployed adults for income and employment.

The program will  be implemented in close coordination with the Dept. of Trade and Industry, TESA – Davao Oriental Provincial Office, and the Office of Congw. Thelma Z. Almario.

“Doon Po Sa Amin” Learning Challenge

The challenge is now on for Filipino teachers and students to take the lead in making use of the Internet to reach out to the world and share local content that will help promote and develop their respective communities.

This year, Smart Communications Inc. (SMART), through its Smart Schools Program (SSP), launches the Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) Project, an initiative that will serve as a venue for teachers and students to write and share unique stories about their respective communities and make these available online.

In the Doon Po Sa Amin Learning Challenge, the contest component of DPSA, SSP partner educators and students nationwide are encouraged to use desktop and Internet technologies in generating web-based information as well as local content using community mapping techniques. SSP partner schools are expected to form different Student Groups that will share and publish online their stories, called Focus Study/Story, about their communities to be categorized under seven curriculum-based Topic Categories – Mathematics; Science & Environment; Language & Literature; Health & Wellness; Technology & Livelihood; Arts & Culture; Social Science. The DPSA Topic Categories are aligned to the curriculum so students and teachers will be able to analyze and present the generated content using curriculum applications.

Each Focus Story will be uploaded to the DPSA section of each school’s SSP-hosted website, and will be evaluated based on these criteria: DPSA School Team Collaboration, Educational Content, ICT Integration, and Community Impact. Exciting awards and prizes await the winning Student Groups and their respective schools.

Lupon Vocational High School has finally uploaded successfully its official entry to the said competition. Please visit the site http://www.mysmartschools.ph/*/bundas/index.htm and tell your friends, family and relatives about it.