Issue of August 5, 2018
Mt. Province

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Learners typify makakalikasan value in treeplanting activity
by Susan Marie A. Bacolong

REGREENING BAGUIO -- Members of the different clubs, teacher-advisers, and the Parents Teachers Association of Josefa Cariño Elementary School, together with Upper Rock Quarry officials, planted pine tree saplings at the adopted area of the City Environment and Parks Office along South Drive on weekend as their contribution to the unified efforts to regreen the Summer Capital. -- Susan Marie Bacolong

Over 150 learners of Josefa Cariño Elementary School (JCES) including parents, teachers, and barangay officials of Upper Rock Quarry planted trees last July 28 at the adopted area of the City Environment and Parks Management Office (Cepmo) in South Drive barangay.

Members of the school’s clubs, namely includes Math Club, Young Environmentalists Organization, Supreme Pupil Government, English Club, Filipino Club, ESP Club, Science Club, A.P. Club, TLE/EPP Club, School Anti-Drug Abuse Club, Indigenous Peoples Education Club, registered Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, and volunteer parents and teacher-club advisers joined the activity dubbed as “Go Green JCES.”

The activity is in line with the development of the “makakalikasan” core value of the Department of Education that aims to develop the value of being environment-friendly and environmental awareness among learners, including the practice of 4Rs or reduce, reuse, recycle, and repair.

Planting the area has become a joint effort of Barangay Upper Rock Quarry and JCES after barangay officials agreed to work with the school in cleaning and planting the area with trees.

The area was earlier cleared of grasses and bushes and had over 150 holes ready for planting.

Cepmo provided 150 pine tree saplings.

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