From the simple yet beautiful dreams of this bright then young girl, she has blossomed into a fine lady and over the years has been blessed with wisdom and many achievements and fulfilments in life which made her realize her dreams as one of today’s elegant, vibrant and successful career women of Bulakan.
With her favourite motto in life, “the future belongs to people who believe in the beauty of their dreams,” MA. ANTONIETTA “MA’AM NETTE” ANTONINO-ILETO, Master Teacher in San Pascual Elementary School in Obando, Bulacan, who is a pride of Assumpta Academy where she finished her elementary and high school had her Masters Degree in Education Major in Early Childhood Education and a Doctoral Degree of Philosophy in Education Major in Education Leadership. She had a Bachelor of Science in Secondary Education Major in Business Technology in Manuel L. Quezon University as her undergraduate studies.
Making her deserve the title as the “Super Teacher” of Bulakan town is the numerous distinctions and awards she received as First Runner Up, Division Best Brigada Implementing School 2022; Rank 1-District Top Performing Teacher 2022 (Outstanding Teacher); District of Bulacan Most Outstanding Grade One Teacher 2018; Gawad Pagkilala on Family Conference Given By Gov. Wilhelmino Sy-Alvarado; Most Outstanding Red Cross 143 Volunteer; District of Bulacan Most Outstanding Teacher 2017; District of Bulacan Most Outstanding Grade One Teacher 2018; Most Outstanding GSP Leader 2021; Kabesera’s 10 Years Loyalty Awardee and Most Outstanding BSP leader 2021.
Born and raised in Barangay Bagumbayan in Bulakan town, Ma’am Nette is the daughter of very proud parents Manuel D. Antonino and Jesusa G. Lopez.
The flying colors in her personal life and her career could never be achieved if without the love and inspiration that sprung and surrounds her because of her three children: Kelvin Adrian A. Ileto, Kenneth Christian A. Ileto and Karla Patricia A Ileto and her partner in life, Gil Gaba.
Today, as she celebrates her golden year, she has God and her family, work-mates in the Department of Education and her friends to thank for. Indeed, she is grateful they all joined her in her wonderful, a bit tough and rocky yet, jovial and exalted journey towards fifty.