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Ateneo de Naga University High School
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Poems recited for Yolanda victims
Written by Mr. Meljohn R. Tatel; Photos by Mr. Vincent Sta. Clara
In time for the celebration of the English, Reading and Library week, teachers, staff and students recited poems on November 21, 2013 in solidarity with the victims of Supertyphoon Yolanda.
The poem reading and recitation activity, dubbed “Timeless Verses: Poetry and Preponderance”, was organized by the English Department. Students and teachers from other departments were also invited to deliver their selected poems.
Dormant for a number of years, the Ateneo de Naga University High School showed full force and participation in the City Meet Opening on November 14, 2013 at the Naga City Sports Complex.
“This is the first time in seven years since our school had its presence felt in the annual sports event among Naga City schools,” Mr. Claro Chavez, Prefect of Students and basketball coach, said. Basketball is the only event the Ateneo was actively participating in.
AdNU community offers prayer, aid to Yolanda victims
Written by Mr. Meljohn R. Tatel
A couple of days after super typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) wreaked havoc in the Visayas, the High School community gathered for what was called Mass of Hope and Solidarity for the Typhoon Victims on 13 November 2013 at the Covered Courts.
The symbolic gathering aimed at gathering prayers and financial aid for the victims. At the start of the liturgy, a video presentation was shown. The presentation contained images of devastation and data about the super typhoon and the tragedy it caused.
The solemn and symbolic Living Rosary held at the High School Covered Courts on October 30, 2013, concluded the traditional October Devotion, the month-long praying of the Blessed Mother’s rosary and wearing of the Miraculous Medal.
With students and teachers serving as beads, the prayers of the Rosary were recited and the high school community replied to the leaders. To emphasize the Biblical roots of the religious practice and the mysteries of the Rosary, the teacher-leaders of every decade read aloud with every symbolic bead the New Testament excerpts for the mysteries.
In the reinvented week-long Intramural Games for the academic year, the seniors were hailed overall champion, dominating majority of the games held from October 21- 25, 2013.
With all the year and grade levels competing against all levels in a round-robin scheme, the sophomores ranked second; the juniors trailing behind the juniors; and the freshmen garnering the last spot.
Parents/Guardians, you can have access to the online deportment of your child or ward at the hsportal.adnu.edu.ph. To be able to view them please ask your student to give you his or her username and password.