18 CJs, 7 SPAs To Join RSPC
Eighteen campusjournalists (CJs) and seven School Paper Advisers (SPAs)
from BalangaElementary School (BES)will compete in the upcoming Regional Schools Press Conferences
(RSPC)on November 28-29, 2013 at Fontana Hotel in Angeles City after winning in the Division
Schools Press Conference (DSPC) held on October 10-11 at BES.
by: Mrs. Cresencia C. Ighut
Two of the three participants of the Division of Balanga City for the National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) 2014 come from Balanga Elementary School (BES) after winning the recently concluded Regional Schools Press Conference (RSPC) 2013 last October 28 and 29 at the Fontana, Clarkfield, Angeles City.
Chiles T. Camacho bagged 2nd place in the Newswriting while Justine Raine V. David garnered 3rd place in the Copy Reading and Headline Writing, both Filipino Category.
Other winners from BES include Angelica Fe P. Cabanag, 5th place in the Newswriting English, Paul Daniel D. Palad, 5th place in the Editorial Writing English, while Erbyn Jonas S. Matibag, Micaela Yna P. Hernandez, Lorenz M. Balbaloza, Marc Ivan G. Austria, Ronald Joseph S. Roque, Luis Carlo R. Sevilla and Gregeil G. Gines got 6th place for Collaborative Desktop Publishing English.
Moreover, Mrs. Leticia E. Eugenio won 9th place as the Most Outstanding Campus Paper Adviser Award.
Meanwhile, the School Paper Advisers (SPAs) who trained the junior campus journalists are Mrs. Cresencia C. Ighut for Newswriting, Mrs. Annaliza S. Dispo for Copy Reading and Headline Writing, Miss Catherine D. Ambrocio for Editorial Writing and Mrs. Brenda B. Gaddi for Collaborative Desktop Publishing.
by: Brenda B. Gaddi
Balanga Elementary School (BES) garnered awards in the 2013 Division Research Congress on November 18 initiated at Cupang Elementary School by Research Coordinator, Mr. Armand Capili.
Mr. Randy N. Tallorin won First Place in the teacher category while Mrs. Jennifer G. de Guzman won Second Place in the principal category.
The three categories are the Education Program Supervisor (EPS), Principal/Head Teacher and the teacher category.
by: Irbyn Jonas Matibag
by: Seiji Albert Kobayashi
BALANGA CITY- Victory and glory as its finest as Team BES ( Balanga Elementary School) swept Team TES ( T. Camacho Elementary School ) to a convincing 3-0 road win in the 2013 City Meet Men’s Volleyball Championship Game at Balanga Athletic Ground on October 25. BES picked up its three straight-sets win against TES by scores of 25-19, 25-14 and 25-11. They immediately finished the game with their skilled and killer tactics which made the underdog, T. Camacho left behind. “Constant practice and prayer made us win.We worked a lot on blocking and defense, “ said Mr.Florencio Mina, their coach.
by: Angelica Fe Cabanag
Balanga Elementary School (BES) was awarded “The Best Brigada Implementer 1st Runner-Up 2013” in the big school
category at Region III on October 18 during the Regional Integrated Competition at RELC, Pulungbulu, Angeles City
BES belonged to the top4 Best Brigada Implementor among the schools in 20divisions in Central Luzon who competed in the said category.
The Department of Education (DepEd) launchedthe National School’sMaintenance Week, popularly nown as Brigada Eskwela in 2003 to signal the beginning of another school year. This endeavor depicts the bayanihan spirit of the Filipinos where volunteers
give their full support for the benefit of the community.On May 21-25, the same scenario took place in BES that made the school receive the award. Parents, teachers, Non-Government Organizations (NGO’s) and LocalGovernment Units (LGU’s)along with the school’s alumni joined forces and led the clean-up drive, repainted the classrooms and buildings, repaired the tables and desks, rechecked the electricalwirings and greened thesurroundings.
Mrs. Jennifer G. de Guzman, the school principal extended her gratitude to all the stakeholders who extended a help whether in kind and in cash for the success of this year’s Brigada Eskwela.
by: Sherly C. Doton
In July, the Department of Education led the whole nation in the celebration of the 30th National Children’s Book Day. This is in support of the Ten Point Agenda of the Aquino Administration, to promote the “Every Child a Reader” Program. Based on this school year’s theme, our school held activities like Storytelling, Shared Reading and “Book sa Sulok .”
We also conducted Storytelling, Book
Making and Shared Reading Sessions in the lower sections of each grade level in
coordination with the pupils of SPED and section 1. This activity also served as our outreach
program. Officers and members of the SPG also assisted us in undertaking this
by: Chiles Camacho
by: Marielle Rose B. Gaddi