ComVal State College is top 3 performing school in Sep. 2018 LET

Compostela Valley Province—With 93% passing rate the Compostela Valley State College (CVSC) was ranked as the top 3 performing schools by the Professional Regulatory Commission (PRC) in the latest Licensure Examination for Teacher (LET) last September 30, 2018 for producing 4 topnotchers.

These are the topnotchers both in secondary level major in mathematics namely: Lavilla, Adelfa of CVSC Maragusan Branch as top 3 with 92.4%, Verola, Jorem Prince of CVSC main campus with 92.2% as top 4 and Poquita, Jayson Kitts and Morre Michael Jr. of the main campus got 91.4% both in top 8 respectively.

According to Cong. Maricar Zamora the result of the LET exam was released with CVSC as the Top 3 Performing School with 93% passing rate. “We produced four topnotchers and that’s for our pioneers. And this is the great recognition I have ever received for all the hard work I made seeing my ‘baby’, the CVSC, and my ‘babies’ passing the exam.”

“CVSC you are worth all my sacrifices, you are worth the tears and the roller coaster emotions, you made me proud. The seeds of CVSC were planted over two decades ago, and now we are reaping the success and rewards of our hard work. I congratulate our new teachers and may your stories inspire all of us to reach even greater heights in the years to come, said Cong. Zamora.

On the other hand, Governor Jayvee Tyron L. Uy proudly congratulates the new LET passers during the grand opening of the Diwanag Festival 2018 as he also campaign for the new name of the province, Davao de Oro last December 7.

Malipayon ug proud gyud ta kaayo kay upat gyud ang nakarga sa top 10 sa bag-ohay lang nga result sa LET ug puros gyud gikan sa CVSC ug nahimo pa gyud nga top 3 performing school ang atuang CVSC,” said Gov. Uy.

Meanwhile, Reynante A. Solitario- Schools Division Superintendent said that this is the big achievement of CVSC in the September 2018 LET, “it’s a perfect chance to inform the public how talented, hard-working, and deserving the LET takers, teachers and the administration of the institution.”

“Very soon, we shall warmly welcome these LET passers to serve our young Comvalenyos in building their future with them. We assure that DepEd shall uphold continuing professional development to all teachers, and this would be our great support to them as mandated in DepED’s vision, mission and core values,” said Solitario. (Rey Antibo, ID Comval)