Tuesday, October 30, 2012
SILANG, Cavite. The District of Carmona was declared over-all champion in the recently concluded CarSiGMA (Carmona, Silang, Gen. Mariano Alvarez) or the East Cavite Sports Unit (ECSU) Meet which was held in Silang Central School, Oct. 29-30.
Carmona garnered a total of 235 points from the different sport events being competed like athletics, gymnastics, swimming, badminton, table tennis, lawn tennis, baseball, basketball, football, softball, volleyball, chess, sipa and taekwondo. Runners-up were the district of Silang 2, first runner-up, 177 points; Silang 1, second runner-up, 173 points and GMA, third runner-up with 88 points collected.
Carmona’s muse was also adjudged Miss CarSiGMA Meet during the selection after the event’s opening ceremonies. Because of this she will represent ECSU during the Provincial Meet to be held in Imus, Cavite on November 29 up to December 2, 2012.
Meanwhile, Fifth District Cavite Representative Roy M. Loyola graced the opening ceremonies of the event and expressed his support to this kind of activity. Carmona Mayor Dahlia A. Loyola together with Vice Mayor Cezar N. Ines and the Sangguniang Bayan members was also with the Carmona delegation during the parade and also graced the opening program.
Friday, March 2, 2012
In consonance with the guidelines on the conduct of National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill,
conducted the earthquake drill, March 1, 2012, which was participated in by the
teachers and pupils from Kindergarten to Grade 6. Maduya
Since earthquake is an unexpected event and disastrous, everyone must be ready for it everyday and every hour to avoid or lessen the loss of life and more harm to humans.
This endeavor which was spearheaded by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) particularly Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP) was done simultaneously all over the country.
Science teachers together with the principal conducted some lectures to the
pupils during the flag ceremonies about the earthquake and the guidelines the
pupils should follow if earthquake occurs. Afterwards, they went inside their
rooms and after a while the signal was sounded for them to demonstrate the
drill on how to get to the safest place in the school. Maduya
The pupils seriously followed the guidelines on ‘duck, cover and hold’ to make themselves safe during an earthquake.
All in all, the holding of the earthquake drill at
was done successfully and fruitfully. Maduya Elementary
Thursday, March 1, 2012
Every third week of November is being celebrated nationwide as Drug Abuse Prevention and Control Week. This year's observance slated from November 13-19, adopted the theme, "Global Action for Healthy Communities Without Drugs".
under the leadership of the principal Mr. Noel S. Ortega,
headed the week-long observance. Activities undertaken included putting up of
bulletin board display depicting the theme in the school; meeting with the
Parent-Teachers’ Association regarding to the week-long activity; lectures in
schools headed by ROHM Seminconductor and participated in by all Grade 5 and 6
pupils; film showing of the movie Thirteen (THIRTEEN
is Catherine Hardwicke's explosive portrait of teenage girls at their very
worst. Mean, manipulative, conniving, and utterly out of control, these skinny,
sexy, drug-addicted, 13-year-old time bombs are nothing short of terrifying.
Hardwicke's movie is brilliant in its ability to portray this phenomenon, which
comes off as very real. The skillful photography from cinematographer Elliot
Davis communicates the most complicated themes of the film: insecurity,
confusion, wanting to be liked and accepted, and feeling like it's time to grow
up fast. In an early scene, protagonist Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood), a shy girl
and good student, approaches Evie (Nikki Reed), the school's ultra-popular bad
girl, and the two size up each other's clothing, jewelry, hair, shoes, socks,
and decide to go on a shopping spree. From there Tracy spirals downward,
copying Evie's every move in an aggressive game of daring each other to take
increasingly dangerous risks--stealing, getting piercings, experimenting with
sex, drinking and taking drugs, and much more. All the while Maduya Elementary School 's mother (Holly Hunter) who is a
bohemian ex-alcoholic trying to be open-minded and supportive about her
daughter's rebellion, slowly loses her authority and her ability to cope with
these volatile teens. A booming, excellent soundtrack punctuates the hyper,
desperate, manic mood of the girls' behaviour, and catalyses the adrenaline
rush that is THIRTEEN.) ; ceremonial destruction of dangerous drugs; essay
writing, slogan and poster-making contest; school-community parade and
integration of the drug abuse prevention messages/concepts in appropriate
subject areas and in the school paper.These activities were participated in by teachers, pupils, PTA, non-government organizations and the principal. Tracy
The theme briefly enunciates the international advocacy for the unity of various communities in the unrelenting fight to eliminate the menace posed by drug abuse to our society.
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The following are the Aklat, Gabay, Aruga tungo sa Pag-angat at Pag-asa (AGAPP) Questions that they required to every interested and applying school for them to be qualified as recipient of Silid Pangarap Program, a classroom donation project spearheaded by Presidential Sisters Balsy Aquino-Cruz and Pinky Aquino-Abellada. Maduya Elementary School tried its best to apply but unfortunately it was declined for not enough classroom site.
|Silid Pangarap is the component of the program that provides the physical space and material resources. This involves the design, construction and furnishing of the school-community library and preschool classrooms|
1. Tell us about your school’s vision for the community that you serve.
The school head, teachers and various stakeholders labor and collaborate to develop and produce Filipino youth who are proactive, vibrant, civic-spirited, forward-looking, globally-competitive and God loving who actively participate in and contribute toward the building of humane, healthy and productive community and will serve as catalysts of Carmona’s epithet as Center for Investment and Sports.
2. What do you know about the situation of children aged 0 to 8 in the community and specifically about the situation and needs of the families and children already served by your school?
Carmona nowadays is one of the melting pot of migration of laborers and their families in the
because of the
municipality’s continuously increasing numbers of locators and investors who
create jobs and productions. Brgy. Maduya is the biggest barangay of this
municipality with geographical size of 4,255 sq.m. Maduya is also a gateway
from the South Superhighway when one exits to Carmona, province
of Cavite . It is imperative to note that its
Kindergarten pupils’ population continuously increases as years go by as
migrant workers flock in this barangay since it cradles two big business
subdivisions: the Cavite and the Paseo de
has five (5)
Kindergarten classes with total population of 136. It has only one allotted
Kindergarten classroom so the remaining 3 classes use the school’s ancillary
buildings like the Maduya Elementary School and the School
Additionally, two buildings of the school, the
Building and are already dilapidated and continuously deteriorating. These buildings
were established in 1974 and 1983 respectively. LSB Building
3. Why do you want to participate in the
Program? What do you think are your responsibilities as project partner and how
do you plan to fulfill those? AGAPP
As a bridging leader, one must be an optimist in every situation, concern and problem in the school. And this AGAPP School Partnership Program is a blessing and an opportunity for us to grab. It will remedy our school’s classroom insufficiency and will give hope and happiness to our Kindergarten pupils who are the beneficiaries of this program. It will also concretize the DepEd’s Universalization of Kindergarten in the country. My responsibilities and my plans to fulfill as project partner are just simple A E I O U: Accept the project willingly and whole-heartedly, Educate the teachers and stakeholders about this project; Include parents and external stakeholders in planning for its sustainability; Oblige everyone on their part and role they can share for its smooth implementation and Unite all the linkages for additional support for its improvement and further development.
4. What will you do to ensure that “Silid-Pangarap” will be maximized for children’s benefits?
I do believe that every facility in the school should be maintained, loved and utilized to its fullest to ensure maximum benefits. The “Silid-Pangarap” in my school, if ever it will be granted and blessed to our school will not only become a mere classroom but a classhome which is suitable for the readying-to-school toddlers. As a school head, my usual way of tapping tolerant supporters to help for the maintenance, improvement of our “Silid-Pangarap” will be done.
5. What do you plan to do to ensure that the activities and programs linked to “Silid-Pangarap” will be sustained and will continue to improve.
One of the Key Reform Thrusts of the BESRA is the Continuous School Improvement so I will be planning to create a core group headed of course by the Kindergarten Teachers which will manage the smooth flow of the operation. It is also my responsibility to supervise and guide them toward the path to its sustainability and great improvement. We can make Silid Pangarap sustainable and improved through the support of internal and external stakeholders which our community has plenty of. It is only through our tantamount initiative and resourcefulness that we could find credible and best school partners.
Nutritious Food Advocate Chef Stephanie Zubiri shares cooking expertice with Caviteno teachers, pupils
Chef Stephanie Zubiri, a natural and nutritious food advocate, visited Cavite to share her expertise in cooking to some home economics teachers and elementary pupils, February 2, 2011 at Imus Pilot Elementary School PTA Hall, Imus, Cavite.
After her short introduction, Ms. Zubiri cheerfully, kindly and gladly shared her time cooking a special recipe she called 'Albondigas in Tomato Sauce'. After her cooking, she let all the pupils cook the same recipe she showed and guide them until they were done. Pupils enjoyably cooked the recipe to the delight of their respective HE teachers.
Her Albondigas in Tomato Sauce recipe is shown below:
|Chef Zubiri while self introducing and explaining her recipe.|
|She is starting to cook.|
|The meatball with saluyot leaf.|
|Frying the meatballs|
|Sharing experiences and cooking tips.|
|With the curious Grade 5 and 6 pupils from different districts in Cavite.|
|Posing time with me.|
|My niece, who is a Grade 6 pupil of Carmona Elem. School tries to cook the Albondigas recipe.|
|(From right) The CHETA President, Mrs. Cely Lucero and Division HE Supervisor, Dr. Melinda Manlangit |
with other pupils while cooking the recipe.
|The Albondigas in a pan.|
|After the demonstration, Chef Zubiri is awarded a Certificate of Appreciation.|
|Chef Zubiri (center) with other principals,teachers and other participants in Cavite.|
500g pounds ground pork
1 cup plain diced bread
100g saluyot leaves
½ cup tablespoons chopped garlic
½ cup fresh milk
1 small onion, minced1/2 tablespoon salt
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon black pepper
Tomato Sauce recipe follows
Place ground pork into a large mixing bowl, making sure to break meat into smaller pieces. Add the rest of the ingredients and mix by hand until all the ingredients are well blended. Don’t overwork or the meatballs will be mealy. Form into 1-ounce balls, about 1 ½ inches in diameter and place them closely together on the sheet pan. Heat the pan with oil and cook until the meatballs are just firm to the touch, about 10 minutes. Remove from pan and drop into the Tomato Sauce. Simmer 5 minutes and serve.
250g tomato sauce
1 teaspoon dried oregano (optional)
powder (optional) Cayenne
1 teaspoon Cinnamon powder (optional)
3 teaspoon onion sliced
1 teaspoon garlic minced
Salt and black pepper
Put the tomato sauce and the rest of the ingredients into a large, heavy bottomed saucepan. SStir well and place over high heat until the sauce begins to bubble. Reduce the heat and simmer for 1 hour, being sure to stir every 10 to 15 minutes so it doesn’t burn.
The Department of Education released the DepED Order No. 4, s. 2012 entitled “Declaring January 28, 2012 as the Early Registration Day for SY 2012-2013 to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Objectives of Education For All (EFA)”.
|I and the Grade 1 teachers.|
With the theme: “Makapag-aral ay Karapatan Mo, Magpalista Ngayong Enero”, it aims to achieve universal participation among all five –year old and six year-old children to ensure their enrolment to Kindergarten and Grade 1 next school year and the completion of their schooling. It also targets all the incoming first year high school to enroll in public secondary schools and all the out-of-school youth from the disadvantaged groups of the indigenous peoples (IPs) and street children ages 5 to 18 years old in their preferred education delivery system, either formal through alternative delivery mode (ADM) or alternative learning system (ALS).
It can be remembered that the DepEd has started the implementation of the universal public kindergarten program in the school year 2010-2011 to prepare children about to enter primary school.
According to DepEd Sec. Armin Luistro, achieving the universal preschool education otherwise known as kindergarten will prepare physically, socially, emotionally and mentally all the five-year old children for formal schooling, hence, increasing the children’s chance of surviving and completing formal schooling, reducing drop-out incidence, and ensuring better school performance.
It was learned that around a million drop-out of school before reaching grade three and most of them don’t have the opportunity or did not undergo kindergarten or any sound preschool or early childhood education.
It was learned that around a million drop-out of school before reaching grade three and most of them don’t have the opportunity or did not undergo kindergarten or any sound preschool or early childhood education.
With the special participation of local and barangay officials, a massive advocacy campaign for the early registration of the out-of-school children and youth with difficulties, and the regular pupils and students was undertaken at all levels since last January 2, 2012.
|Mrs. Lilia Ortiz, the guidance counselor is read for the public address in the community.|
Furthermore other core group were assigned to make other important tasks.
Kindergarten Teachers: Accept and register possible and legitimate kindergarten entrants.
Grade 1 Teachers: Accept and register possible and legitimate Grade 1 entrants.
Grade 2 Teachers: Prepare tables and chairs in the covered court to accommodate parents and their children for registration.
Grade 3 Teachers: Review their respective pupils for the upcoming National Achievement Test.
Grade 4 Teachers: Do the ‘public address’ for information dissemination and advocacy in the community.
Grade 5 Teachers: Prepare the lunch of the teachers during that day in the canteen.
|Lunch time for free courtesy of the canteen.|
Aside from the public address conducted by the assigned teachers while the registration is ongoing, the officers of the PTA also did the house-to-house campaign which really was able to make the community cooperative and responsive.
Let me say a best morning to all of you!!! Why best? Because it is a Journalist Day.
|Dr. Elpidia B. Bergado, Division Supervisor in Secondary Filipino |
and OIC in Educational Media during her opening remarks during
the Journalists' Day 2012 and Post Valentine Party in Tagaytay City.
|The audience while listening to the opening remarks.|
Worthy of a celebration, we are now here at the stadium of
to reap what we sow. We are convened here
to give significant recognition for your winnings in the Division Schools Press
Conferences Group Contest results. My dear
school paper advisers, my greatest congratulations to all of you. You are the
champions of our division. For without you, the winnings won’t be in our hands. Tagaytay Science
|I and my friend Ms. Rhea Angeles, |
a principal in Imus, Cavite.
My dear champion school paper advisers of great power and camaraderie, it’s difficult to be a number one. And since we are now Number one, it’s also very saddening and shameful to become number 2 next year. Let us always be ready and on my part, I do always know that you are very much ready and cannot wait for the next year to compete. And I thank you for that. But although we had reaped numerous and significant achievements, it is still a long way to prepare for more victories in the future. Thank you for your unwavering commitment of always being with me in my vision of making
par excellence in educational media. Thank you, my dear school paper advises
for inspiring me to the highest level and for always making me very, very happy
every after schools press conference. The experiences that we had and we will
always have will be indelible memories in my mind. Cavite Province
Again, continue spreading joy and happiness in your young student journalists through making them winners. Through their victories, we become champions. A champion division which is unbeatable and enviable to others. Let the other divisions be jealous, as long as they do not know the secret ingredients in our recipe to this success.
Thank you is not enough but still I am saying this. Thanks for all your love, support and enthusiasm. I know that through this, God is also happy for our perennial victories. Again, Happy Journalists’ Day and belated Happy Valentine’s Day to all of you! Let’s stay to be happy and continue spreading happiness everyday!
Province of Cavite
was hailed by the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) as 8th
last year. This was a result of its leaders’ good governance, progress-oriented
orientation and high-performance in its programs and development. Philippines
DepEd Cavite on the other hand was not left behind and did not let itself be like a sitting duck waiting for its eggs to be hatched.
|The brilliant Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Yolanda V. Carpina.|
In its desire to address the needs of all the clienteles, serve and provide basic services of education, Cavite Division has done its best. As education cradle, DepEd Cavite has achieved various international, national and regional recognitions. Truly it is always raining and pouring for this division. After it was chosen last year by the regional office as the cornerstone of national growth in educational media as Center for the Special Program in Journalism, this school year 2011-2012, Cavite has paved the way for soaring higher in terms of latest technological advancement in educational system, as 91 public elementary school were recipients of the DepEd Computerization Program or DCP.
|School Heads and teachers from Cavite are attending the DepEd Computerization Program (DCP) Orientation at Tagaytay International Convention Center (TICC), Tagaytay City July 2011|
In line with its vision and mission, several measures have been implemented to give due considerations and address the urgent needs of the division. These were composed of implementation of school projects based on the priority needs of each school through the assistance of the school governing council and other private sectors; strategic analysis; ocular inspection; contingency plans; and capacity building for teachers, school heads and non-teaching personnel. Likewise, it includes preparation of school improvement plan, annual implementation plan, school report card and school operating budget by the school heads.
Its leaders were responsible for the successful delivery of educational services and the implementation of diverse programs and projects created in an effort to achieve the standards and targets set by the division in line with the students/pupils, staff, curriculum and physical development, as well as management and supervision of schools. The application of participatory and consultative decision making process, and the employment of data-based, research and evaluation as bases in creating initiatives and making decisions ensure the successful implementation of the monitoring and evaluation scheme set by Cavite Division.
|(From left). Dr. Yolanda V. Carpina, schools division superintendent; Dr. Manuela S. Tolentino, education program supervisor in pre-elementary and special education and Dr. Rommel Bautista, assistant schools division superintendent.|
DepEd Cavite is changing at its best to challenge the world. It will never stop nor despair. Its leaders will breath new spirit into it from time to time. It will continuously illuminate and succeed to the future years and will cling to its pedestal as top performing division not only in the Region IV-CALABARZON but in the whole world as well.
Though having made great achievements in
the previous year, DepEd Cavite still has a long way to go so that it can adapt
itself continuously to the new social and economic development trends, and meet
the new needs in cultivating talents. In the coming future, DepEd Cavite will
continue to take the development of education as the strategic priority, and in
line with the requirements of the K + 12 Program, take reform and innovation as
the strong force for development, take the improvement of education quality as
the strategic key point of reform and development, and take the promotion of
fairness as the essential education policy, so as to realize sound and fast
development, and to win people’s satisfaction with it. This is the goal we
shall pursue and shall make unswerving efforts for more TRIUMPHS and VICTORIES
for our beloved DepED
|Selected principals and district and education program supervisors of Cavite pose with the regional director (eighth from left) Dr. Lorna Dig Dino during the Regional Mancom at Manila Southwoods Main Ballroom.|