A Legacy to Remember
By The Voice Staff
(Official publication of Don Andres Soriano National High School)
“Life is what you make it.”
As years go by, many have fulfilled their dreams. Behind their success are the mentors whose lives have been dedicated to help shape the morals and philosophies of the young minds whose aim is to succeed in reaching their goals in life. Though we couldn’t see infuriation on their faces but sooner we will start missing them for they will leave us to enjoy life for themselves alone.
There are four of them who are pioneers of the school but the staff only got the chance to interview the three.
First in the list is a God-fearing and humble person, our school’s former Guidance Counselor designate, a Science I Teacher and the record-in-charge, Mrs. Teresita A. Juinio. In ...view middle of the document...
Romero W. Capacio. He is our Property Custodian and a TLE Teacher. He is teaching for more than 40 years which he considers as one of his great achievements in life. He is happy and fulfilled with this experience as a teacher. After his retirement he wittily said that he will go anywhere in the world in God’s will. “Study hard” is his short message to the students. “Continue teaching the students religiously, ” is his message to his fellow teachers.
The last but not the least may be small but she is terrible. She’s none other than our school principal, Mrs. Fe A. Mangila who always encourages the students to be more serious with their studies. She has already served two schools as a principal before coming back to DASNHS in 2004 but prior her promotion to a higher office, she has taught Physics in our school for 23 years.
Her biggest contribution is the realization of construction of the multi-purpose covered court project which was the dream of the DASNHS teachers, students and PTCA. Because of her accomplishment in implementing her school improvement plans and projects, she is now contented with what she had contributed to our school. Congratulations Ma’am for a job well done.
When she retires, she is planning to go out of the country to relax after a long term of service to the public but she wanted to dedicate the rest of her life working for God and doing community services.
To her beloved teachers, ”Be a parent and a model to to your students and help produce morally upright and responsible citizens.” And to the students “Please be good and obedient to your parents and teachers, follow school policies, rules and regulations and try to be academically competitive”
They are such an inspiration to all of us. How can we forget them!
Colors may fade, the sun may not shine, the moon may not be bright, heart beat may stop and lives may pass but their legacy will always remain in our hearts.