Saturday, November 26, 2016

13th ANHS Deaf Week



 This year's Deaf Week focuses on the stories of our Deaf learners.  ANHS aims to encourage more hearing individuals to listen to the stories of our Deaf partners, and to encourage them to mingle and share their own lives as well.   Our Deaf Week aims to showcase the skills and talents of our Deaf learners and SLIs to the community.  We hope that we continue to share our stories, learn sign language and communicate with the Deaf.
We would like to express our heartfelt and sincerest gratitude to everyone who took part and supported the celebration of the 13th ANHS Deaf Week from November 9 – 18, 2016.
  • To all our ANHS administrators headed by Mrs. Agnes C. Alonsozana, to all coordinators, and registrar for the support and assistance extended for the preparation of the activities.
  • To Br. Vic and all the Brothers for their generosity to the program.
  • To all our faculty members and homeroom advisers for encouraging their respective classes in the activities, and for supporting the activities of the week especially the Deaf Café and Sign On ANHS.
  • To all our Deaf students for sharing their skills during the preparation of the activities, the manning of the respective stations, the preparations for the numerous activities, and for their active involvement in all the tasks.
  •  To the SHS students, the members of the Salinlahi Dancers and the Grade 10 for their tireless work during the Deaf Camp at the Bible Institute for the Deaf and the Deaf Café, respectively.
  • To all our hearing students for their support and active participation in all the activities.
  • To the ANHS Support staff for assisting the PDL in the preparations and completion of the various materials and equipment for the event.
  • To the BGO headed by Mr.  Eric Cruz for always assisting us in our exhibit materials.
  • To the HS – LRC Team for allowing us to share videos on the Deaf during the celebration. 
  • To our partners from the Bible Institute for the Deaf headed by Mrs. Susan and Abbott and Miss Liza Martinez, all their students and staff for accommodating the ANHS PDL Team during our Benchmarking and Deaf Camp.
  • To Miss Baby Ruth R. Gaspar for serving as resource speaker during the Faculty session on Deaf Education.
  • To the alumni, Miss Princess Ellaine Tadeo and Mr. Marlon Luvitania, for serving as judges in the activities and contests.
  • To the whole PDL team, our hardworking Sign Language Interpreters and our Guidance Counselor for the Deaf for their generosity and patience during the celebration. 
  • We also would like to thank our generous donors, Sir Noel Que, Mr. Joseph Domingo, Miss Angelica Brillo, and our SLIs. 
May God continue to bless you and may you never get tired in helping and supporting the Deaf, the programs of the PDL.  May you continue to share with others the advocacy for the Deaf. Salamat po!  
Our creative Deaf learners and member the Deaf Buddy Club preparing the exhibits on Deafness and information.  



Deaf Buddy Club Officers, May Rose Fontanilla (SHS - ABM), President and Joan Raagas (Grade 8), Vice President serving as MCs, and two of our Deaf learners showcasing their talents, through a Deaf Poetry presentation.  The poems are original work done by the students in their English Class (A Response to the Nymph or to the Shepherd).  
Learning from our partners from DLS -CSB.

Our Grade 10 and SHS students applying their skills in baking and pastry production by preparing cookies and brownies which were sold during the Deaf Cafe.  

Our annual Deaf Cafe was supported by the ANHS Community, proceeds of the activity was given to the Faculty Association's Barya Mo, Pamasahe Ko program, and to the PDL.




The Deaf Storytelling challenged the hearing contestants to retell a story to their Deaf partners.  Deaf participants retold the story to the Deaf alumni judges. The winners of the competition held last November 16, 2016 were, Deaf students Jeffrey Sarenas (9A), Jhasua San Juan (10A) with their hearing partners Vanessa Joy Julian (9B) & Wendell Altamera (SHS ABM) in First Place; while Deaf participants Denise Castro (9A) and Mohaimmer Badio (10B) with their Deaf partner Cielo May Relunia (9B) bagged 2nd Place.   
Our 2nd Deaf Camp was held at the Bible Institute for the Deaf.  This year's activity featured the skills of our SHS - TVL Deaf students.  The group did a cooking demo of two pasta dishes from their Cookery Class.  The event also showcased the skills of our two SLIs Miss Roni and Sir Rodel on two DIY activities.  The event served as a bench marking activity and interaction with our BID partners.





One of the anticipated activities of our Deaf Week is the SIGN On ANHS.  The activity was held on 17 November 2016 had our teachers teach and students (Hearing and Deaf) use signs for two periods.  The activity which was introduced last year, was an opportunity for the whole community to use signs in Class. 






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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

2GO Shipboard Training

Congratulations to our 1st Batch of Deaf Learners from ANHS who joined the annual 2GO Shipboard Training (bound for Cebu) last October 7 - 10, 2016.  The group of 7 Deaf learners from our Senior High School Class included Joshua Itliong, Arvie Fronda, Gino Bona, Camille Jane Biccay, Camille Celestra, Cromkell Vasquez and Rizza Mae Pyponco.  Our Deaf students three hearing SHS students and other TVET students in the training. 



It is also a proud moment for the Deaf learners, for being commended in the Shipboard for their outstanding performance in the training, and to Joshua Itliong, for being names as one of the best trainees. 




The experience was a good opportunity for our Deaf students to learn and work on-board a passenger ship.  The training also included a short hotel training in Cebu City for a day. 


We would like to thank our parents and guardians for making the training possible for our students.  We also would like to extend our gratitude to all our SLIs who helped prepare our Deaf learners, special mention to Miss Roni Abat and Mr. Rodel for their patience.  Likewise to Mr. Roy, Miss Marie, all our ANHS Administrators, the course trainers of  our students, Miss Rose and Miss Mercy, their adviser Miss Jheck, their hearing classmates especially Ruchel and Erlin.  To all our faculty members (another special mention to Mr. Jose).  

Congratulations, Dear students.  

Wednesday, October 5, 2016

ANHS Ambassadors 2016

Our Salinlahi Dancers (Deaf and Hearing) from Grades 8, 9, 10 and SHS showed their talent with their rendition of various Filipino folk dances.  The team was organized by Joshua Itliong of SHS. 

Our Deaf Shadow Dancers from Grades 9 and 10 was led by Aldwin Pajalla.

Tinikling by Salinlahi Dancers


Salinlahi Dancers rendition of the Bulaklakan.



Salinlahi Dancers winning 2nd Runner-Up in the annual Search








Friday, September 23, 2016

FREE FSL Class for ANHS Students, Faculty and Staff opens!

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Big Brother and Big Sister Career Talk Sir Roel M. Llido

Sir Roel M. Llido, a Chef (works in a restaurant in Laguna) shared his experiences, challenges, his numerous training as a worker in the food industry. 

A creative presentation done by one of the speakers, Roejen Fernandez.

Roejen, an alumnus of ANHS Batch 2010, showed his impressive body of work as graphic designer.

Our Future chefs, computer-related employees from Grade 10 and SHS with the speakers after the event organized by the GCSU.

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Gawad Parangal 2016

         There is no measure to the love that our ANHS Sign Language Interpreters extend to our Deaf learners.  We  cannot repay them for the sacrifices, hard work and love they have for the students. 
         This love stems from the love and grateful hearts of our Deaf learners in the Adult Night High School.  
        This school year, through the generosity of our principal and administrators, the PDL "dream" of finally having a separate award/recognition for the outstanding work extended by our Sign Language Interpreters in ANHS, has become a reality.  We, Mr. Noel (former PDL Moderator) and I, believe that through this simple recognition, we will be able to say thank you to our hardworking SLIs.  
        We are blessed to have such generous and hardworking SLIs in ANHS, if we can give them all awards for the "unseen" work they do, we would.  
         To our very first GAWAD PARANGAL SIGN LANGUAGE recipient, Mr. RODEL D. LAUREL, congratulations!



Mr. Rodel D. Laurel, our 1st Gawad Parangal Awardee!