Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Halloween "Trick or Treat" and Costume Party

Pupils from the ECE and Grades 1-3 had a fun costume party and "Trick or Treat" as a way to end the first half of the school year. Kids don their best costumes and "wandered" the campus with their scary (but cute) looks and sweet goodies.






CDSA will have its sem break starting October 27 up to November 7.








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Monday, October 24, 2011

Living Rosary 2011


The Living Rosary is an annual activity of the CL Department and the CIE Department for the month of October. October is the month of the Holy Rosary, and for this year, Filipinos are encouraged to pray the rosary every day up to May 31, 2012 for world peace (A Million Roses for the World).

A presentation is showcased between mysteries, and for every "Our Father" and "Hail Mary" a balloon is tied to form a rosary. Doves were released and the balloon-rosary is set free after the prayers. It is always a heart-warming spectacle.










Photos courtesy of Mrs. Delia Cristobal.

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Saturday, October 8, 2011

Grade 3 First Communion 2011

Today is a very special day for the Grade 3 pupils of Colegio de Santa Ana. They received Jesus Christ in their very first Holy Communion. The Holy Mass was celebrated by CDSA's school Director, Rev. Fr. Amando "Mandy" Litana.

Congratulations Grade 3 pupils!






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Wednesday, October 5, 2011

World Teachers Day 2011

October 5 is World Teachers Day. Many countries around the world celebrate this special day for teachers with various programs, with some schools giving incentives and perks to their most valued faculty. The Student Coordinating Board and selected students of CDSA, under the supervision of Mrs. Criselda Cruz, prepared a series of presentations to entertain our hardworking teachers.

The teachers were given a cross-sword welcome by the CDSA cadets. Various song and dance numbers were presented to the delight of the teachers. At the end of the program, flowers and gifts were given to the teachers by their students.





















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