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)

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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.

TVE Teachers on Training

The TVE teachers of Lupon Vocational High School are undergoing a School Competency Based Training on Tech-Voc Methodology subject. It is a 2-day training conducted at the ICT Learning Center on October 29-30, 2008. The trainors were Mr. Norman Tomas, Mr. Juan Turing and Mr. Jovito Rosete.  

Fast Craft Operates in Lupon

Fast Craft boats will soon operate in the Municipality of Lupon with the Lupon-Davao route and vice versa.

Images courtesy of www.lupon.gov.ph

Gulayan sa Paaralan Program

The Department of Education (DEpEd) is set to implement the “Gulayan sa Paaralan” (Vegetable Gardens in School), which aims to teach elementary and high school students to be self-sufficient and also to alleviate hunger.

The project, which is also tied up with the “Programang Agrikultura Para Sa Masa” (Agricultural Program for the Masses) of the Department of Agriculture, likewise intends to foster public awareness in the health, nutritional and economic benefits of planting vegetable gardens in schools and homes.

School administrators and local government unit leaders will take charge of the project and will also manage other DepEd-related hunger and poverty mitigation programs.

Education Secretary Jesli Lapus said in a statement that 19 percent, or 3,268,000 families, nationwide are experiencing hunger and malnutrition, forcing schoolchildren from underprivileged sectors to drop out.

“The health and nutrition of our children is a crucial factor affecting their academic performance. By making food more accessible to a larger number of families, we can better ensure the success of our students,” Lapus said.

Source: newsinfo.inquirer.net

Unit V Athletic Meet 2008