Bolarde, Torregosa grab awards in Alay Lakad

September 21, 2018

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“From the rising of the sun down to its setting, our name will truly outshine the rest. For we truly believe that a Consolatrician will always be the best,” said Vince Jivson Torregosa and Mary Kristine Bolarde in their production number on the Alay Lakad 2018 pageant.
 Bolarde and Torregosa, both high school students, represented the school in joining the Mr. and Ms. Alay Lakad 2018 on September 20 at the Toledo City Barba Sports Complex.
 Bolarde was crowned as the Miss Alay Lakad 2-19 with the monetary value ₱245, 040.00, offered to the scholars of the Alay Lakad foundation, and Torregosa as the 1st runner up with ₱15, 870.00.
 Both Consolatricians garnered multiple awards, all in all Bolarde received the awards: Best in Prodction Number and Most Cooperative, while Torregosa receiver the Best in Formal Attire.
 The two representatives also won the Best in Talent award last September 13 which was presented with their dance drama about the Marawi siege last 2017.
The Consolatricians from the Junior and Senior High School also participated in the Alay Lakad for a cause last September 23 at the Toledo City grounds.
  “I, as a first timer of these prestigious pageants, never expected to be chosen for my school, and I am grateful encase I have helped the less fortunate in these ways,” Bolarde added.


Cebu Goes Culinary: National Food Showdown

September 23, 2018

> Bronze Medalist for Food Styling and Photography
Participants: Christine Villahermosa and Paolo Nuñez
> Bronze Medalist for Table Setting with Floral Centerpiece
Their mentor, Sir Russel Tadena.
Participants: Daryll Alic, Theresa Lebumfacil, and Via Alfornon
Consolatrix College of Toledo City, Inc. was the only school in Toledo City who had joined the CEBU GOES CULINARY 2018 - National Food Showdown 2018


CCTC engages Scouting

July 21-22, 2018

CCTC engages Scouting movement once again

 “It was a very worthwhile experience mixed with excitement, thrill, and fun especially spending it all with my comrades,” said scout John Marco Tito from his experience in the camporal.
 Tito was just on of the selected senior scouts who represented Consolatrix College of Toledo City as they participated in the Boy Scouts – Girl Scouts of the Philippines (BSP – GSP) School – based Camporal on July 21 – 22 at the Toledo National Vocational School (TNVS).
 “Scouts as Young Life Savers: Always Prepared, Always Survived” was the theme that pushed the scouts to be fully equipped in the enrichment of their skills and their total development as learners and “life savers.”
 Some selected students from the University of San Jose – Recoletos (USJ – R) and the TNVS also participated in the said event.
 Moreover, the City Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Office (CDRRMO) of Toledo City went to the camp - site and conducted a seminar about the first aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).
 Different trainings and constructive games also occurred at the two – day activity, leaving the scouts to be more physically and mentally functional in any circumstance.
 After five years of not engaging in the scouting movement, Mr. Edwin Jo Jardin and Mrs. Mary Jane Jardin together with the administration, aims to be active in scouting activities once again, for they know how much a servant – leader can change the future of the community.


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