Highlights of the 1st DPSA Awarding


SMART 1st Doon Po Sa Amin Learning Challenge
March 12-14, 2009
SM Megatrade Hall 2, Ortigas, Mandaluyong City

Official Entry – Bundas: Gateway to Squid Fishing Industry
Best in Technology & Livelihood Category


Winners of the SMART DPSA Learning Challenge


MATHEMATICS: PULOS: The Functions of Math in Oponganon’s Way of Life
                                    Science and Technology Education Center High School
                                     Lake Cebu National High School
LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE: The Untold Stories of the Ivatans
                                     Batanes National Science High School
ARTS AND CULTURE: Laji and Palo Palo
                                     Batanes National Science High School
HEALTH AND WELNESS : Amazing Nanay Ansing
                                    Camiguin National High School                                    
TECHNOLOGY AND LIVELIHOOD: Bundas: Gateway to Squid Fishing
                                    Lupon Vocational High School
SOCIAL SCIENCE: Si Ina: Sarong Debosyon sa Halawig na Panahon
                                     Naga City Science School

GRAND CHAMPION: Si Ina: Sarong Debosyon sa Halawig na Panahon

Congratulations to All!

LVHS DPSA Learning Challenge Entry made it to the Finals

Out of the 130 entries submitted by 40 Smart Schools partner high schools, LVHS entry, Bundas: Gateway to Squid Fishing, made it to the final judging of the Doon Po Sa Amin Learning Challenge under the Technology and Livelihood Category.

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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.