Senior High School students highlighted fitness and Filipino culture through traditional and modern dances in the first-ever Physical Education Culminating Day program held at the CVCITC Function Hall on September 27, 2019. To ignite students’ enthusiasm and determination, the program was arranged as a competition of different sections of the same grade level. Grade 12 students showcased their skills and knowledge in dancing different Filipino folkdances namely, Singkil, Karatong Subli, Gaway-Gaway and Tinikling. Meanwhile, Grade 11 students displayed their creativity in their self-choreographed Zumba routine. Proving they are not only logico-mathematically intelligent but also bodily-kinesthetically adept, STEM11-Mapanuri and STEM12-Commitment were adjudgedRead more
The City Population Office – Santiago City, headed by Mamerto Gabriel, City Population Head of the LGU – Santiago City, discussed the different contested activities under the Adolescent Health and Development (AHD) Program for the month of November, in a meeting with representatives from different schools in Santiago held at the Senior Citizen’s Hall on August 20, 2019. Johanna Mercy C. Gabriel, LPT, AHD Focal Person, oriented the School Principals and Guidance Staff regarding the Search for the Sustainable Teen Center U4U Desk for Senior High Schools. To establish the Teen Center, Gabriel said that the school needs to create an initialRead more
Youth for Environment in Schools – Organization (YES-O), in partnership with the Supreme Student Government relaunched Project PAZ in a program held at the CVCITC Function Hall on July 5, 2019. Now on its third year, the restructured YES-O currently led by Tessa Joy Castro, adviser, debuted thru this program as the new officers discussed guidelines CVCITCians must follow concerning cleanliness and peace in the school. To bring more enthusiasm to every CVCITCians, competitions on most clean classrooms and best maintained garden were also launched. Each section will have to maintain the cleanliness of their classroom, keeping it free from any litterRead more
Welcome to the Official Website of CVCITC! In this context, I am very pleased to announce that CVCITC is now linked to the
information highway through our website and allow our stakeholders, other institution, and to all interested individual who wants to view, browse, and access us with the world of information that we provide and share.
We shall be constantly updating the website for we believe that this technical facility should be relevant and responsive. We believe that it would be useless if it is laded with stale and inutile information.
Our challenge therefore is to have this website useful to everybody who has the longing to learn current events in our institution.
Thank you and enjoy web surfing!
REDENTOR B. TAGUINOD