FFF – Sept. 21, 2018

Fit and Faith Formation on the Sacraments

Administrators, Faculty and Staff were gathered at the DWCU conference hall last September 21, 2018 at 1:30 PM to reflect together on the Sacraments. Fr. Venerando Yator, SVD, DWCU Campus Minister, facilitated such formation on the level of faith from 1:30 PM up to 2:30 PM. He divided the sacrament on three levels or categories. The Sacrament of Initiation which comprises, Baptism, Eucharist and Confirmation. He also mentioned the Sacrament of Healing which include Reconciliation and Anointing of the sick. And the third level of Sacrament is the Sacrament of Service such as Marriage and Holy Order. After his doctrinal and biblical based presentation on the Sacraments, team building activities and games were introduced to the educators at the St. Michael Gymnasium, with the help of the Mr. Louise Lorian, DWCU School Registrar and Mr. Christian Saguiped, a High School Teacher. The games are as follows; Animal Sounds, Sack Race, Calamansi Relay, Bottle and Coin Relays. Snacks were also offered to the educators prepared by the DWCU Canteen Personnel. The Fit Faith Formation ended with a prayer and blessing from Fr. Robert Ibay, SVD, the DWCU president.


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2018 DSPC Seminar-Workshop

DWCU’s Young Journalists Join Seminar Workshop 2018


​A group of students both coming from the High School Department in DWCU were given the chance to develop their passion in journalism as they join the second day of the Division Seminar Workshop on Campus Journalism held at Lananpin Elementary School last September 6, 2018.

The events during the second day of the seminar were the Newswriting, Sportswriting, Sci-feature Writing, Radio broadcasting and TV Broadcasting with English and Filipino as the mediums.

When the students arrived at the venue, they were on time for the prayer and the singing of the National Anthem and afterwards, they looked for a place to sit for a while and wait for the lecture to start.

Even though the lecture was delayed, several students coming from other schools in Urdaneta City presented their talents to entertain their fellow journalists.

It was nearly 10:30 AM when the speaker arrived but he immediately called all the writers in Newswriting and Radio Broadcasting before he finally started his lecture.

All students were also given a lunch break and expected to come back afterwards for the writing of their outputs and proceed to the next lectures in Sports writing and Sci-feature writing.

The DWCU journalists, together with Mr. AldrinMejia as one of the School Paper Adviser, truly had a great time learning together during the seminar.


Pinning of Ranks for C.A.T. Officers

Memorable and Meaningful Pinning of Ranks for
C.A.T. Officers in DWCU

40679805_1023646907840178_2756877586758893568_n (1)Twenty-four (24) Citizenship Advancement Training (C.A.T.) Officers for the school year 2018-2019 in DWCU were recognized through the Pinning of Ranks at St. Michael Gymnasium last September 4, 2018, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon.  All the DWCU community with the parents of the officers witnessed such activity. It started with a prayer led by Francine Isabel Ganigan and the welcome remarks was made by John Edison Dizon. He emphasized that ranks are merely instruments to serve more the community thus they should be utilized well to empower, elevate and equip the whole members of the educational community. Mr. John Jheric Fernandez, the C.A.T. Moderator, presented the C.A.T. Officers and was confirmed by Fr. Roberto Ibay, SVD. After the proclamation and confirmation of the officers, the pinning of ranks followed. Parents accompanied their sons and daughter to receive the certificates of the officers. Miss Jasmine Daniella Alexis O. Montero, the Corps Commander delivered also a speech thanking the community and their parents for all the support they extended in order to achieve such a title in their lives as C.A.T. Officers. This was followed by a precise and smart fancy drill by the officers. Fr. Roberto J. Ibay, SVD, the DWCU President, said that Higher Ranks in DWCU does not mean higher privileges and higher grades, but rather higher responsibility and accountability. He added that Pinning of Ranks tells us that we are not just ordinary students but great officers and great students. And greatness in DWCU is achieved as officers when we have the 3 “S” namely SERVICE, STEWARD and knowing how to SMILE for we have been chosen by God to become leaders and officers. The Pinning of Ranks for the C.A.T. Officers ended with the singing of DWCU Hymn led by Angela Gwenn B. Sarmiento.