August 22, 2021 (Sunday) – Sr. Teresa of Sto. Niño Center, Inc. held its annual general assembly and orientation to the newly accepted families and pre-school pupils.  In spite of the challenges brought by the pandemic, the Center keeps facing tomorrow with hope to continue its various programs and services for the families’ holistic and integral development.

Following the safety and health protocols, the Center opens another school year for the Nursery and Kinder pupils to realize the delivery of education which maintains a positive learning environment in the most feasible way to our preschool children ages three to five years old. Last year modular distance learning was made possible through  the collaboration and cooperation of the pupils’ parents and the Center’s volunteer teachers, staff and sisters.

The orientation was led by Sr. Sharon S. Villafranca, CMT through an opening prayer, followed by a short yet meaningful message from our directress, Mrs. Luz Marquez. Afterwards, Sr. Chrezann M. Angulo, CMT gave a brief history of the Center as well as introducing the staff and volunteers of the Center.  She also presented the different programs and services of the Center. Sequentially, the newly accepted families were introduced.  Mrs. Bibiana Reyes, the Center’s social worker explained the categories and the services that will be given to the families.  The Education Program Coordinator, Sr. Clarynse N. Subijano, CMT informed the parents about the services provided for the pre-school pupils this SY 2021-2022.  The modular distance learning mode was discussed and how the learning bags that will be given to each pupil will be used for the whole year.  After this, Ms. Marian Royola discussed the benefits and services catered by the Health and Medical program as well as the Feeding Program, together with Sr. Sharon and Sr. Chrezann.  The Livelihood Program and Microcredits were briefly discussed afterwards.

The program ended through a closing prayer led by Sr. Clarynse.  After the program, the learning bags were distributed and given to the parents.


Sr. Teresa of Sto. Niño Center

Lucena, Filipinas