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Baguio schools among best Brigida practices
by Gaby B. Keith / PIO

Several schools in the city won first place in the 2017 Regional Brigada Eskwela Best Implementing Schools Awards.

City Schools Division Supt. Federico Martin announced in Monday’s flag-raising ceremonies that Crystal Cave Elementary School under school head Leonila Catungal won in the elementary level, medium category;  Baguio Central School under school head Esther Litilit in the elementary level, mega category; Happy Hallow National High School under school head Maryjane Malihod in the secondary level, small category; Roxas NHS under school head Jayrerose Guevara in the secondary level, medium category; and Baguio City High School under school head Romulo Flora in the secondary level, mega category.

Martin also said that in this year’s Regional Search for Most Eco-Friendly Schools, BCS led by eco-friendly coordinator Reva Duldulao won first place in the elementary level, while Pinsao NHS under school head Ma. Lourdes Dumpayan and eco-friendly coordinator Lilia Mayaput garnered first place in the secondary level.

A special award was won by Lindawan ES under school head Maribeth Cuaresma and Eco-friendly coordinator Jocelyn Coldeg.

The BCHS-Special Program for the Arts was also declared champion of the NAMCYA Youth Rondalla Northern Luzon Qualifiers held last Nov. 21 at the Cultural Center of the Philippines.

Martin said all these achievements were the result of a strategic alliance between the Department of Education and various stakeholders from the government and private sectors.


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