|Welcome to Statefields School
| Our Sincerest and Most Profound Greetings!
Statefields School, since its birth in 2000, has always been dedicated to and steadfast in the development of its students' Multiple Intelligences, mental faculties, positive values and strength in character. These noble goals have been realized through the sustained deliberate and persevering efforts of all the members of the management, faculty and staff.
Needless to say, we take pride in our graduates who have intrinsically imbibed in their selves the capability, confidence, desire and will to continuously strive for excellence, exemplify a growth mindset, and live productively and significantly. We would like, therefore, to thank all the stakeholders and members of the community for continuously believing in and being supportive of us.
We thank as well the parents who have chosen Statefields School to be the second home to their children. Rest assured that we shall continue and persist to promote, protect and serve your children's well-being and interest.
Daniel O. Castillo
For the past twelve years, Statefields School has been faithful to its commitment of offering quality education to the students. It has built a reputation for nurturing a culture of excellence. To ensure that this culture will be sustained, the school applied for PAASCU accreditation. In the process of preparation and self-examination, the management, teachers and staff learned so much in the areas of administration, curriculum, instruction, faculty and student services. Many aspects that needed improvement were given attention, time and budget. All these efforts are geared towards student learning.
The PAASCU experience yielded positive results. It brought out unity, patience, determination, and collaboration of the school officers, teachers and staff. The students also showed how well they make use of their multiple intelligences. It was obvious that everyone worked as a team. SSI showed that challenges are easily handled when there is synergy, when each one exerts unli-efforts because of growth mind set, and when everybody prayed as one family.
As Dr. John Maxwell says, "It takes team work to make the dream work. The level of your team should be equal to the level of your dream."
Perla A. Zotomayor, Ed. D.
Adviser for Academic Affairs &
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MI Summer Pleasures and Activities
Please see details of our Summer Pleasures and Activities (SPA) program in our facebook page. Thank you.
Early Enrolment & April Activities
EARLY ENROLMENT for SY 2015-2016
The release and distribution of Report Cards for Preschool and Graduating students (Grades 6 and 10) shall be on April 7, 2015. On the same day up to April 8 will be the enrolment for incoming Grade 1 and Grade 7 students. Please be guided accordingly
APRIL 2015 ACTIVITIES
7 Distribution of report cards for Preschool, Grade 6, and Grade 10; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 nn
10 Distribution of report card for non-graduating students; 9:00 a.m. – 12:00 nn
13 to 14 Recognition Practice for non-graduating students
15 Recognition Day for non-graduating students
Please visit our FB page for the Enrolment Schedule. Thank you
Distribution of Report Cards
Please take note of the schedule for the distribution of report cards: PS, Gr 6 & Gr 10- April 7; 9- 12nn; Grades 1 to 5 April 10; 8-11am. Grades 7-9 April 10 ; 12:30-3:30pm. Thank you.
PRACTICES – APRIL 13 & 14
RECOGNITION DAY – APRIL 15
Grades 3 & 5
7:30 – 9:00 am
9:30 – 11:00 am
11:30 – 1:00 pm
1:30 – 3:00 pm
Grades 7, 8 & 9
3:30 – 5:00 pm
- Awardees’ attire during practice: Civilian clothes (shorts, sleeveless and slippers are not allowed)
- Awardees’ attire on Recognition Day : Complete school uniform
- For boys: Have a haircut two days before the Recognition Day
- Fancy colored hairstyles, punk style, etc. are not allowed.
- Parents’ attire : Smart casual (no denim pants & collarless t-shirts)