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MVC ES PUPILS WIN IN METROBANK-MTAP-DEPED MATH CHALLENGE
The best Math pupils of the MVC Elementary School joined the Division Elimination rounds of the Metrobank-MTAP-DEPED Math Challenge. This was participated in by all the public and private schools in the Valencia City Division.
The top ranking pupils for individual competition received certificates of merit categorized as First, Second, and Third Honors, Contestants with 45 or more correct answers got the First Honors; those with 40-44 correct answers, the Second Honors; and those with 35-39 correct answers, the Third Honors.
The Division Elimination Rounds allowed only the top twenty schools to qualify for the Division Team Finals on February 7. The Division Elimination Rounds, which pitted the MVC ES against the public and private elementary schools in the Valencia City Division, gave the following results. (To be in Rank 1 means that the pupils are the Number 1 among the twenty schools.)
MVCA STUDENTS JOIN METROBANK MTAP MATH CHALLENGE
Eight students from the MVCA qualified for the final round of this year’s Metrobank MTAP Math Challenge held at the San Agustin Institute of Technology campus in Valencia City. They were Andrei Acson, Ornice Claire Opao, Paula Sarraga, Omega Love Pueblo, Beryl Joshua Borja, Carlo Kurt Osorio, Genereve Pueblo, and Jeremiah Yaputra.
MVC CELEBRATES INTERNATIONAL WEEK
Mountain View College is currently celebrating International Week, February 18-24 The theme is: In Jesus Christ, We are One Family.
The celebration began on Monday, February 18, with a flag-raising ceremony participated in by the faculty and students wearing their traditional attire. In the evening, after the devotional sponsored by the School of Arts and Sciences, the search for Mr. and Miss International was held.Hosted by Assoc. Professors Sarah Decelyn Gauzon and Leodegario Elona, the contestants included representatives from Indonesia, Myanmar, South Korea, Malaysia, Pacific Islands, the United States, Laos, and the Philippines. They also participated in the Talent Portion.
MUSIC CLASSES TO PRESENT HEAVENBOUND
The music classes under Prof. Loida Rodrigo will present a musical program titled Heavenbound during Vespers on March 1 at 7:15.
After the prayer of Pastor Carlos Aganio, VPSA, Dr. Olivia Vasquez, Dean, School of Education, will give the opening remarks.
The first three numbers will be given by the Basic Music Training classes. They will play on their recorders “Swing Low,” a Negro spiritual; “Springs of Living Water”; and “What Heavenly Music.”
The angklung ensemble, composed of MAPEH students enrolled in the Music Literature Class, will play “He Lives” and “Jesus Is Coming Again.” This will be followed by “Then I Met The Master” by the Anglicists’ Male Trio.
Robert Flores as David and Joys Roland Balajadia as Jonathan will sing “Alas, My Brother” which reenacts the scene in the forest of Ziph where David and Jonathan bid each other goodbye.
MVCA PATHFINDER CLUB UNDERGOES ANNUAL TACTICAL INSPECTION; RECEIVES 98.12% RATING
The MVC Academy Pathfinder Club (PC), under the directorship of Mr. Rochel Clyde Fernando, underwent the South Philippine Union Conference Youth Department‘s Annual Tactical Inspection on January 28.
This is an event when the activities and programs that the club was engaged in during the school year are evaluated. The inspecting team started their evaluation by visiting the PC office and stockroom and checking the equipment. After that they proceeded to the drill ground to formally start the event.
The highlight of the first part of the program was the Ceremonial Parade followed by the presentation of the Fancy Drills and the yells and songs. The second part was the evaluation of the skills in fire building, tower building, monkey bridge building, camp cookery, First Aid, Knot tying, lashing, semaphore and the theoretical examination.
Despite the muddy condition of the ground, the club members, headed by Club Director Franklin Reyno, did their best to show their smartest performance. This resulted in an over-all Excellent Rating of 98.12% beating last year’s rating of 98.02%.
The Inspecting Team also gave the following members special awards: Aldwin Jan Jarovilla and Karl Maxel Lao, for topping the Theoretical Examination; Orville Jay Ortega for being the smartest unit captain of Division A; Lorrane Azriel Paulican, for being the smartest unit captain of Division B; Elroy Tagaca, for being the smartest guidon bearer of Division A; Chara Epaggelia Paradero for being the smartest guidon bearer of Division B; Karl Maxel Lao, for being the smartest element in the inspection in ranks; Alyanna Jaya Monta, for being the outstanding Band Officer; and Franklin Reyno Jr. and Wilden June Biclar, for their leadership.
The evaluating team was headed by MG Heshbon Buscato, the SPUC Youth Director. He was assisted by MG Elmond Mondego, MG Proferio Lagunday, and MG Jun Teves.
The club would like to thank the presence and the undying support of the MVCA faculty, MVC administration, MVC Elementary School teachers and students, college students, parents, Mt. Nebo Barangay Council members, and all who witnessed the program.
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