Founding Anniversary

PCC @ 107: “Feel Good Friday”

           The weeklong celebration of PCC’s Founding Anniversary concluded with a concert of Gracenote and Autotelic that the PCC community really enjoyed.

            It has been a tradition that the PCC Community commemorates its week-long founding anniversary celebration with different programs and activities that the Chair, Ms. Cecil D. Antiojo and the committee had prepared.  For this year, Ms. Antiojo named each day of the foundation week uniquely, such as:OutREDgious Monday, PURPLEliciousTuesday, Go GREEN Wednesday, BLUES Clues Thursday, and Feel Good Friday.

            A series of academic and extra-curricular activities were held simultaneously in various venues during the weeklong celebration.

            The Founding Anniversary celebrations begin with Eucharistic Celebrations as thanksgiving for the past years.  For the first day, the mass was followed by the opening of rides and games from perya and extra-curricular activities that showcased the talents of PCCians.  For the rest of the week, the celebration featured the traditional Ground Demonstration, the exciting Battle of the Bands, and the fantastic Singing and Dance Contest.  The committee did not only prepare extra-curricular activities, as mentioned earlier, but also academic activities such as Quiz Bee, Exhibits, and Open House. 

           The founding anniversary concluded with the Grand Alumni Homecoming with a theme: “Looking Back, Thinking Forward” hosted by Batang Kumbento ’95.

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PCC @ 107: Celebramos

The PCC community gathered at the Crown Jewel for the opening of the 107th Founding Anniversary and began with a Eucharistic Celebration with Bishop Mylo Hubert Vergara, who emphasized that PCCians are Beloved, Gifted, and Empowered.

After the Eucharistic Celebration, the Celebramos began with an opening speech from the Vice President of the Academic Affairs, Dr. Jennifer S. Apolinario who shared and related three important words to the founding anniversary: Biyaya, Pasasalamat, at Pamilya.

The celebration was full of energetic and lively performances from different dance groups of PCC such as: the College Dance Champion 2019 (BSIT) and Crusaders Dance Troupe. PCCians are not only good in dancing, also in singing. As the PCC Children’s Choir and the band Kilometriko, performed sweet and sonorous song numbers. The Foundation Chairman, Ms. Cecile Antiojo thanked everyone for participating and announced activities to come for the long-week celebration.

The Celebramos ended with a dance number of 107 Senior High School students, followed by the School President, Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña’s official announcement of the festivities declaring the week long activities as open.

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JHS Change of Schedule (Foundation Day)

Please be informed that all JHS night activities scheduled from February 17-19, 2020 (Singing Contest, Battle of the Bands, and Dance Contest) will be moved in the morning of February 19-21, 2020 right after the Eucharistic Celebration.

Thank you and please be guided accordingly.

Mrs. Victoria R. Landicho
JHS Principal

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Precautionary Measures for N-CoV

Pasig Catholic College
Office of the President

February 6, 2020

Dear Parents:

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and forever!

In response to the confirmed case of Novel Corona Virus (nCoV) and numerous persons under investigation (PUI) in the Philippines, Pasig Catholic College would like to enjoin students and their parents, employees and partner agencies to strictly observe the following guidelines which serve as precautionary measures in order to prevent its spread:

1. Everyone is advised that upon entering the school premises, all will undergo thermal screening. A temperature of 37.7⁰C or above will be evaluated by the school nurse and assessed if he/she will be sent home to seek medical consultation. A student will be allowed to go back to his/her class once a medical clearance from their doctor is already presented to the Medical—Dental Unit of the school.

 Thermal screening will be done in the area after the entrance of Pope Benedict XVI gate (Façade).
 Security personnel will be assigned to facilitate thermal screening to those who will enter school premises. They will be trained in using the thermal scanner.
 The school nurse will also be there in order to accommodate those who will be detected having fever.
 There will be four lanes that will be formed to facilitate fast and efficient movement of individuals.
 School administrators will assist at the gate to ensure that the process will be strictly followed.
 Pope John Paul II (Jester) gate will not be open during this time. All will be advised to enter in the same gate, Pope Benedict XVI gate (Façade).
 Please expect heavy traffic and clogging of vehicles and students in the morning with these mandatory procedures.

2. As stated in our school policy, students with fever, cough and colds should stay home. They may report back to class or work after 48 hours of no symptoms and advised to secure medical clearance upon return to school premises.

3. Students, teachers and employees with history of travel in areas with confirmed cases or high incidence of transmission, both local and international are strongly advised to self-quarantine for 14 days, especially if with fever and other respiratory symptoms.

4. Those with history of travel in these areas but are asymptomatic should secure a medical certificate or clearance from a physician and present it to the Medical—Dental Clinic. They should still be observed for the development of signs and symptoms.

5. Wear double layered surgical masks especially those with respiratory symptoms (cough and colds) while on school services and in class. Replace disposable surgical masks daily.

6. Students, teachers and employees should have their own alcohol, alcogels, or sanitizer.

7. Disinfection of classrooms, common areas, clinics and other school premises will be implemented.

8. All are advised to make regular hand-washing a habit.

9. Outreach activities and other out-campus activities will be cancelled until further notice.

10. Going to public places such as malls, theater, supermarkets are discouraged.

11. Fetching of students on time are highly encouraged to minimize loitering inside school premises.

For inquiries you may contact Medical—Dental Unit at 0925-8011833 and 8642-7451 loc. 151 from 6:30am to 6:00pm Monday to Friday and 8:00 to 4:00pm –Saturday.

Let us all put our hands together in praying to our Almighty Father so that all these things will already pass.

That in all things, God may be glorified!

Yours in Christ,
Rev. Fr. Orlindo F. Ordoña

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Cancellation of Grade 5 Junior Girl Scouts Camp

Cancellation of Grade 5 Junior Girl Scouts Camp

Pursuant to the DepEd Memo No. 015, s. 2020 on the First Set of Policy Directives of the DEPED TASK FORCE NCOV:

The PCC Grade School Department is CANCELLING the Grade Five Junior Girl Scouts Camp tomorrow, February 6, 2020.

In addition, all grade 5 pupils shall observe regular classes tomorrow from
6:50 am – 3:30 pm.
Please be guided accordingly.

Thank you.

Sgd. Mrs. Jennievy Maghirang
GS Principal

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MaPSA Launches the Film Festival 2020

The Manila Ecclesiastical Province Schools System Association (MaPSA) launched its Film Fesitval with a theme: Netflex (Formed by the Love Exemplified by Christ) at the Tahanan ng Mabuting Pastol, Pasig City with representatives from the MaPSA member-schools.

The event began by an opening prayer followed by the singing of National Anthem led by Mr. Bong Quiogue of Pateros Catholic School right after the opening remarks was the presentation of the Festival Mechanics explained by the CCA Director, Mr. Ruben Jasareno. As the informational presentation ended, a forum and frequently asked questions (FAQ) session is held and accommodated by the Film Fest Committee.

The event ended by the Film Festival Committee announcing that the Film Festival is officially open, with the dance presentation of the Pateros Catholic School Dance Group.