I’m proud to be a PEDIAteacher because of
the big difference it made in my life when I
was still single and now a mother of 3
handsome boys. My experience teaching
preschoolers was very fulfilling and was
such a blessing. I am grateful to my bosses
and co-teachers for their ability to bring
out the best in me. God bless! Teacher
Leah Joven- Aquino
am proud to be a PEDIAteacher because in
PEDIA HOUSE everyone is treated like a
family member. Teacher Annabelle Fabro
had a wonderful, joyful and meaningful work
experience at PEDIA HOUSE. Thanks to our
excellent mentors, competent teachers,
accommodating staff and lovable children.
Teacher Rheo Sison
Being the first teacher was to my advantage:
1st- I got to eat with Mrs. Rilloraza and
Mrs. Eusebio and enjoyed the wonderful food
and great company.
2nd – They treated me like family and I was
the recipient of much advice and coaching.
3rd – I was loved and appreciated despite my
4th – I gained knowledge from the best
5th – They were so generous.
6th – I gained friends.
7th –They were my defenders against lolos
who court me kahit buhay pa si lola.
8th –They are my inspirations and my beauty
icons. They never seem to grow old.
9th –They are my strength. They have taught
me to always believe in my convictions and
to be the best in whatever I do.
Lastly – They taught me to love PEDIA HOUSE
and to be ever loyal and ready to serve the
school when needed. Teacher Dee-Dee Rallos
There are PEDIAkids who still make me smile
when I remember them. These were the ones
who made preschool teaching a little more
exciting, a little more joyful, a little
more memorable. One of them is Miguel Yap.
Miguel seemed like a spoiled brat in the
beginning because he refused to listen and
would always walk around the classroom and
disrupt the class. But when he finally got
“tamed”, he was one of the best students in
class. He would sometimes tell me,
“Teacher, when I grow up, I will wear a
necktie, drive a car and marry Patricia.”
Patricia was his classmate. There was a
time when I could not tell the class a story
because the children were too noisy. I left
the room and went to Teacher Joan’s
classroom. I asked her to check on my class
and she told me that some of my students
were crying. I returned to my classroom.
Miguel stood up and said, “ You know what,
Teacher, when you left the room, you broke
my heart!” Teacher Lalaine Yanilla