S Trinity Christian School News



It's Teachers Day!

"The dream begins with a teacher who believes in you,
who tugs and pushes and leads you to the next plateau,
sometimes poking you with a sharp stick called "truth."
~Dan Rather

September 30, 2011.Trinity Christian School celebrated the Chinese Teachers Day with great enthusiasm. As early as six thirty in the morning, Trinitarians arrived early in school and waited for their teachers just to greet them and wish them well on this special day.

Balloons and flowers were given and others gave tokens and gifts as their way of appreciating their teachers. Trinitarians recognize the important role the teachers play in their lives. The teachers act as the guide for life, show the path towards success and enrich the personality of their disciples by imparting ethical and academic knowledge. They bring out the untamed talents of their students and sharpen it in order to bring out the best results.

The activity was brought to the fore when students from all levels dedicated a talent show to entertain them. It all started when student escorts fetched their teachers and brought them to the USST hall. Teachers can't help but sway and groove to the buoyant beat of the drums and other musical instruments outside the auditorium.

The cheerful and festive spirit of celebration lingered all throughout the celebration. Feasting on giant sized pizzas, ice creams and cakes, teachers were entertained by students who danced and sang. Others who were adventurous enough showed their prowess in rapping.

It was a delight to see teachers laughed their hearts out and cheered for their students on stage. The STC, with Jobert Chong as the president spearheaded the entire affair with the assistance of Teacher Judith Vinco, Sir Michael Crisostomo and Sir Lester Pabalinas as advisers.

To add to the merriment, the TCS Board of Trustees treated the teachers and staff to a luncheon afterwards. Recognitions were given to teachers who have served the school for quite a time. They are: Teachers Melissa Azuro, Judith Vinco, Elma Dioneo who have been in the school for ten years and Teacher Raquel Gaurana and Sir Xerwin Ceballos who have served the school for fifteen years.