DWCU-PTA GEN. ASSEMBLY 2017


 DWCU – PTA GENERAL ASSEMBLY  

SY 2017 – 2018

The DWCU-PTA General Assembly was held last July 8, 2017 at the DWCU St. Michael Gymnasium. The assembly started at 8:40 in the morning. Fr. Roberto J. Ibay, SVD, gave the welcome address thanking the Parents & Teachers for their active involvement in delivering quality education for the learners.  He also highlighted the role of the Parents as the first educators for their children.  In his message, he pointed out that DWCU continues to be an excellent school, a Catholic School, and an SVD School. He said that this objective is attained when Parents, Teachers, Students and Administration of DWCU work as a TEAM.

Mrs. Rosemarie Drapiza, the out-going PTA President reported their achievements during their term. She also took such opportunity to thank the Parents & Teachers for their unselfish support to their projects as an association. “I have felt your help and this motivated me to serve our institution for the benefit of our children,” said the out-going PTA President.

The said assembly ended with an Oath Taking of the PTA newly elected officers for SY 2017 – 2018 together with the Parents-Teachers Classroom Officers. The administering officer was Fr. Roberto J. Ibay, SVD, DWCU President. Mr. Neil Tablada, the current PTA President said that, “There is a joy in serving DWCU for it is my Alma Mater and the school of our children!”

Below is the new set of Executive Officers of DWCU-PTA for SY 2017 – 2018:

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The DWCU – PTA Executive Officers – SY 2017-2018

PTA Officers 2017

 

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