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Street dancing closes MPSPC golden anniversary celebration
by Press release

CULTURE-RICH INSTITUTION -- Mountain Province State Polytechnic College ended its month-long golden anniversary celebration with the presentation of various street dancing performances on April 30 with United Sabangan Students Organization emerging as champion among participating student and department organizations. -- Flora Mae Apos

BONTOC, Mountain Province – The streets of this capital town echoed with the beating of the gongs, chants, and individually choreographed presentations during the street dancing showdown of seven accredited student organizations of Mountain Province State Polytechnic College with different ethnic backgrounds, which exhibited various types of street dancing performances as one of the concluding events of the school’s month-long golden anniversary celebration on April 30.

The United Sabangan Students Organization emerged as champion of the event, which performed along with the Tadian campus, Office Administration Department, Socio-Cultural Arts Group, Criminology Department, Nursing Department, and HRMT Department.

“United Sabangan Students Organization, whose presentation exceeded other participants, combined chanting and dancing in their performance, which captured the audience’s and judges’ attention,” said Carolyne Dale Castañeda, the event’s coordinator.

MPSPC president Rexton F. Chakas said the competition also enabled the community to appreciate the skills, creativity and resourcefulness of the students.

“With our aims to preserve the culture of our province while strengthening the involvement of our students and promoting the goal of our College to developing students and effective learning outside the classroom, extra-curricular activities became essential parts of the learning process,” he said.

“Our culture has been one of the most admired with its vibrant economic and rich historical background. We start with simple activities such as these but the greater impact relies on how we keep nurturing and supporting our learners. Since one of the mandates of the institution is the promotion of Indigenous Peoples Education, these activities will be of help to every student willing to learn more about our culture and indigenous knowledge, skills and practices,” Chakas added.

With the theme, “Radiating into the Golden Age: Minting excellence, innovation and participatory leadership,” the month-long celebration included international forum with Indonesia and Taiwan links, Alumni Association General Assembly, Employees Dual Meet, Regional Annual Administrative and Tactical Inspection, various seminars like Philippine intellectual property rights orientation-seminar, capability building seminar for Sangguniang Kabataan officials, and social accountability and election forum, bloodletting program, Search for Mr. and Ms. MPSPC Gold, and Mr. and Ms. Body Physique, frolics, and the street dancing.

The activities also served as an avenue to rally the academic community behind the current leadership’s effort for the school’s improvement.

Chakas cited the recent ISO 9001-2015 certification which drew participatory efforts from faculty, staff, and students.

He said the certification means that the college committed itself and its services to meet the expectations of international standards.

MPSPC is also fast-tracking its compliance to the conditional requirements for its conversion into Mountain Province State University as provided under Republic Act 10583.

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