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MHSS Conducts Third Card-Giving Day

Saturday, February 13, 2010

A day before Valentine’s Day (Feb 13), MHSS conducts the Third Card-Giving Day at the school gymnasium. The purpose of the activity is to inform parents of the academic performance of their children by way of the issuance of the report cards and to award certificates of recognition to the top performing students.

The awardees for the Third Quarter are:

1Carl Adrian Roma
Francesca Ysabella Magno
Jose Mayo VirayLorelisa Ethel LuyaPiere Justin Luya
2Irene Rose RacelisJeremiah BanzonMatthew Brent CoDustin Lemuel Marcelo
3Karen Joy DyJade Ania Agnes
Hymn Nuntasomsaran
Reibelle RaguindinIngrid Francis Ignacio
4Jenni Ann WeeLia Lex Bijoux CelizMayumi Anna CatabijanCamilla Bautista
5Cara Isabela IgnacioMarquitta Jane FabellaMiriam Joyce FlorestaLeigh Don Villanueva

Stephen Elijah Pasol
Melissa Julianne Quing
Merlin Mendoza
Kyla Dawn Mina
Nichole Marie Liboon
Jan David Nicdao
Juilian Red Bautista
Aian Krystal Gayle Sulpico
Czarina Anne Gonzales
Claudine Rojas
Dominic Rainier Chuaunsu
Maria Regina Fidelis Eala
Caryl Mel Ambrocio
Kathryna Marie Lopez
Jazmine Denice Sanz
Hanna Mae Laluces
Josiah Juan Alfonso Joson
Gil Johan Chingkiat
Amelito Manuel Andaya
Kenneth Dy
Byron Chester Ong
Konstantin Barrieta
Kathleen Ching
Kyle Farrah Pandapatan
Anya Selena Canlas
Marco Rodriguez
Ryan Jeremy Simbulan
Roxanne Mikaela Dalistan
Rachel Ira Avila
Jacqueline Vincit Saguin
Ian Wilburt Oliva
Jianne Katrina Santos
Ramon Javellana, Jr.
Tristan Gian Pascual
Lea Angelica Dizon
Angel Alfred Tacbad
Elijah Marielle Pascua

Like in the first two card-giving, the day’s activity was highlighted by a Parenting Seminar which was organized by the Parents Council headed by the President, Mrs. Donna Miranda. The parents of the second year students sponsored the seminar. Mr. Manuel Chuaunsu, VP of Parents Council, was instrumental in inviting the renowned resource person, Mr. Ardi Arbello – a much sought-after consultant in team building and the president of Business Works. Mr. Arbello espoused on the topic, “Living with the EPIC Generation.” He concocted the term Epic Generation (which he says should follow the X and Y generations) – the group where high our school students belong. EPIC is an acronym which stands for Experiential, Participative, Image-Driven, and Connected. These constructs represent modals of learning which the youth embrace and adhere to. The well-applauded resource speaker challenged the parents with these words of wisdom: “Parents are like superheroes who have superpowers but with great responsibilities in molding their children to become God-fearing and productive citizens of the community.”