We hope you'll like this, Michael's love ones:
Wednesday, February 13, 2008
We hope you'll like this, Michael's love ones:
Wednesday, December 26, 2007
E.L. Amusement of Neneng Castillo was tapped by the PCB to undertake the Binggo Socials to raise fund for the intended covered pathwalk project of the PCB with the blessing of Father Albert N. Delvo, the School Director. Coca-Cola sponsored the booth, while Greenwich Pizza Zabarte also participated in the affair.
Undersecretary Robert T. Rivera, Undersecretary for Operations, Office of the Press Secretary, Office of the President and host of Pilipinas Ngayon Na!, a multi-awarded T.V. show aired at NBN-Channel 4 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. every Saturdays, partly sponsored the video production to document the affair and launched it in You Tube. We would like also to thank Bishop Antonio R. Tobias of the Diocese of Novaliches for His unwavering support including Fr. Albert N. Delvo, Med Sanchez, the school Principal, and all the teachers who helped organized the affair. Finally the parents, students and pupils, in whose honor the event was dedicated.
Herewith is the OLLCS FAMILY DAY CELEBRATION IN YOU TUBE!
Monday, December 10, 2007
The children of Our Lady of Lourdes took time off for their reflection in preparation for their First Communion the next day. They went to Villa Consuelo Retreat House. With them were Teacher Ronelli (Badian)and Edith with Brother Ryan, a seminarian, who conducted the lecture with another assistant teacher. Thereafter, the children enjoyed playing. What a nice way of welcoming our children into the Christian world.
Monday, November 12, 2007
It has been agreed that the PTA should implement simple and effective fund raising projects. It was also agreed that a Family Day be held on December to be participated by Parents, Teachers and students. To encourage everybody's active participation, it was proposed that a BINGO social be held to raise fund and encourage everybody's attendance where parents, teachers and student shall perform during intermission, aside from participating in games.
Sunday, October 14, 2007
Mushroom in the rain is a story of how five beings (animals and insects) sheltered under a mushroom to keep them dry and warm. It tells us a story of how they cooperate with each other to give room to one another so that they can all fit into the mushroom to save them from getting wet. It is the message of the story that counts most and we hope that our children shall internalize the lesson behind the play, aside of course, from building their self-confidence and to develop their talents. It’s about cooperation, giving and sharing. It was providential, as the site we developed for our relatives and friends in Aklan upon my return was a documentary dealing with the subject of giving and helping the disabled children of the Aklan Elementary School II Special Education Center, in honor of my late Uncle Napoleon Arrieta.
Father Albert N. Delvo, to whom we made missions before, may have been busy taking care of the Schools under the Diocese's supervision. We, however, move on continuing with the vision we have been espousing almost five years ago about this digital technology, now becoming a reality.
In our simple way, we would like to share among the parents, this humble presentation of our children. "Mushroom in the Rain" in You Tube:
Monday, October 1, 2007
As most parents do, we usually celebrate our children's Baptism, 1st and 7th Birthday with a Bang! As our children enjoys the party, we were talking about their presentation this October. I was informed that it has turned into a contest between the four groups of Grade 2 pupils. They told me that it was not actually intended to be a contest among the Grade 2 pupils, the intention was only to prepare them for a school presentation. I wonder if it was really part of the scheduled activity as the children's main activity.
With the cost of living today, every activity needs a corresponding budget. Even assignments should be given in advance if possible, especially those that needs to be bought or which is not right away available at home. I hope they realize that working parents usually goes home late, in fact they work double time just to make both ends meet and at the same time attend their children's needs in school. To some, they work almost on three shifts a day! It's good that there is now this internet, which teachers, students, parents and even school officials can interact to communicate for the betterment of all.
As early as three years ago, I was envisioning a cyber space for the children of Our Lady of Lourdes with the advent of digital technology. It's good the Sacred Heart, where Jose Mathew, Michael's elder brother already has their own. Mathew's the administrator of one of the sites. For one reason or another, however, years of painstaking documentation, which I intend to upload with this present technology halted for reasons beyond our control. God, however, has His own way of making things happen. A good and noble advocacy always finds it way to see the light of day, its just a matter perseverance.
Now, part of it has been realized. Children and parents alike even their relatives and friends worlwide can readily view their activities.
Herewith is a part of the video we took from Jilliane's Birthday, in You Tube: