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School Year 2018 - 2019

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Dr. Gladden O. Flores

MVC President
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Dr. Hope S. Aperocho

MVC Vice President of Academic Affairs

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Pastor Carlos N. Aganio

MVC Vice President of Student Affairs
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Mr. Eric H. Barnuevo

MVC Vice President Finance

Did you know? The old administration building and classrooms were built in March 17, 1953. (Job Tanamal, “A Pioneer's Diary,” p.81)

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5th Agriculture Week Celebration

Oiligriv Rafanan

It was a one-of-a-kind experience with whips, horses and saddles.

Last week, August 6 - 10, the School of Agriculture had an exceptional week when they had their 5th agriculture week celebration with the theme "Empowering Stewards in Harnessing Nature Through Effective Eco-Farming as the Key to Climate Change Mitigation and Adaptation." The week was full of various activities and fun-filled competitions that were aligned with their theme.

In the morning of Monday, August 6, the event commenced with the ribbon-cutting ceremony, followed by the viewing of agri-trade fair and the opening program. The fair consisted of various products and goods that the agriculture department has prepared. In the afternoon of the same day, the program resumed with a series of different competitions including flower arrangement, seed identification, insect and weeds identification, livestock weight examination, followed by dish gardening competition and poster-making competition.

The 2nd day of the program, August 7, was held in front of the MT Oliverio Hall. The program kick started the day by a devotional followed by an extemporaneous speech competition and vocal competition. In the afternoon, the program included an on-the-spot-essay-writing competition and lastly, the inverted-T-building.

The 3rd day was a fun-packed day. It started with a social orientation in the morning and continued with various physical competitions in the afternoon which consisted of load carrying, tug-of- war, whip cracking, lassoing, carambola, and team casting which was held at the catching court.

The last day, August 10, the final day started with a devotional and an awarding ceremony which was held in the agriculture building. The event was truly an unforgettable experience with their fun rodeo shows and thrilling horse rides. The whole week celebration ended with an organizational meeting and post evaluation to help the organizers assess the overall impact of their program.


Basic Mountaineering Course

Wyndale Jing Libetario and Sweet Rhena Mae Fallorina

Climbing up the mountain, according to experiences of some climbers, is both tiresome and yet a fulfilling activity. The exhaustion caused by the long trail would be replaced by amazement and satisfaction when you are greeted by the dancing clouds and when you see the scenic view before you. That is when you realize that you’ve just accomplished an adventure of a lifetime.

In the evening of Saturday, August 5th, 2018, the Basic Mountaineering Course (BMC) headed by their ever-active president Mr. Marc Andy Ramonal, formally started their 2-day program held at room B7 of the administration building.

The program started with an opening prayer of Mr. Von Louie Abejo, followed by the short message of Mr. Jemil Ray Santuyo which focuses largely about nature. The special song was rendered by the members of the Earth Society and the closing prayer by Peter Ian Canillo. After the devotional was the acquaintance party where the new members were grouped into twos and were tasked to introduce their respective partners. Our college president, Dr. Gladden Flores, also took part on the said event, sharing his knowledge about adventures and emphasizing to the members the importance of physical fitness. He also offered a special prayer to the new and old members of the organization.

Their activities continued on Sunday, August 6, 2018, where the BMC hold their orientation program. The program again started with a short devotional followed by the welcome remarks of Mr. Andy Ramonal, the organization’s president, where he welcomed all of the participants and their new members.

There were two lecturers who shared their knowledge about mountaineering namely: Nephtalie Apa and Gboy Sanchez. They have discussed the basic skills one should acquire to be an efficient climber and how to react to certain situation when you’re lost in the forest. Both speakers are MVC alumni who were also members of the said organization. The program wrapped up with the giving of certificates to the lecturers and the closing prayer by Brax Aligno.



Sofia Marie C. Murillo

Now poised to head the Central Student Council (CSC), the newly elected executive officers, together with the Professional and Nonprofessional Organization Representatives, had their first meeting last August 5, 2018, at the Central Student Council Headquarters.

Much preparation has to be made for the upcoming CSC days, thus, the election for CSC Legislative Members was done during the said assembly to make the council more organized.

The following students will serve as Legislative Members for S.Y. 2018-2019:

Speaker of the House: Desiree Pacolor

Pro Tempore: Prince Baya

Secretary: Shade Danna Ruth Lastimado

Committee of Ammendment: John Mark Conde

Committee of Appointment: Joash Chavacula

Blue Ribbon Committee: Joylyn Linderman

PIO: Wilfredo Dela Peña

The CSC serves as the Student Government of Mountain View College (MVC). The organization is in-charge of handling significant school affairs.

A significant number of Professional organizations Nonprofessional organizations actively operate in MVC.

A lot of things with regards to the most anticipated activity - CSC Days were discussed. The executive officers along with the cabinet members and representatives are looking forward to facilitate and confer reliable and efficient service for this Academic Year.


Don’t Miss the Language Week!

Desiree L. Pacolor

The Circle of English Majors -consisting of AB English Language and BSEd-English students—will celebrate its Language week this coming August 27-30, 2018, with the theme, “International Awareness: Leading the Way through Globalization”.

Opening ceremony will start in the evening of August 27 at the MT Oliverio Hall with a cultural presentation by the International Student Association.

Activities for the social orientation and the whole-week celebration are ready for everyone to participate in. Some highlights of the event are language booths, literary gallery, competitions and more!

Everyone is invited to participate in this upcoming event.

Prizes await you! Don’t miss the fun!


Pre-Service Teachers Dedication Program

Wyndale jing a. Libetario

"Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good work and glorify your Father which is in heaven" Matthew 5:16.

Last August 10th, 2018, evening of Friday, the dedication ceremony of the student teachers of the School of Education was celebrated. It was held at Mountain View College Alumni Church with the theme "Trained to Serve."

The pre-service teachers’ dedication ceremony commenced with a processional of the platform party, including the School of Education faculty, MVCFES and MVCA faculty, education students and the pre-service teachers.

They were accompanied by the music of the MVCA orchestra. Sister Cathy Joy Aguillon led in the Litany of Wisdom of the student teachers. Pastor Romel Subigca, the MVC Alumni Church Pastor, filled the night celebration with a message pointing out the grace and glory of God. He pointed out that He grants His children knowledge and wisdom; and in return, we must seek God first, especially in performing the task he has assigned to us.

After the message, Sister Wincey Tolentino gave a response. The presentation of the pre-service teachers was done by Sister Olivia Vasquez, followed by Sister Evangeline Pomoy for the Litany of Sending. The students who are to be sent to different schools for their pre-service training had mixed emotions that night, but they all believe that through the Grace of God and by faith in Him, they will give their best Christian service to their students, for the chance to teach these students is indeed a privilege for them. Pastor Teddy Asok offered the dedicatory prayer for this year’s batch and the program ended with a closing prayer by Brother Crisanto Pascua. The Pre-service teachers include the following:

Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education

Jashin L. Gozo

Ecyl Mae P Llamera

Rodem Ben P. Perez

Wincey L. Tolentino

Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education

Earl Von a. Alberca

Cristy Mar J. Bacolod

Wiciel Gay C. Caluyo

Rod Jean Claire B. Dullano

April Boy C. Edusma

Vergel Y. Estano

Claire Ann M. Evangelista

Bea Janelle T. Lamputi

Cryll John A. legaspi

O'nell Brian L. Meliston

Ladyferdel M. Roferos

Immanuel Matthias M. Tangunan

To these individuals, always believe in Jesus Christ, be globally-competent Adventist educators and value community service based on the ideas and values learned from the School of Light, Mountain View College.

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