Baguio day school-based contest winners bared

BAGUIO CITY – The city government announced the winners in the Baguio Day school-based activities held Sept. 26 at the PFVR Gymnasium and the Department of Education conference room.

The pair of Stacy Balli and Chyk Vaughn Marzan of Lucban Elementary School dominated the quiz bee part of the academic meet. Coached by teacher Ganni Cabat, they breezed through the easy-average-difficult rounds where they outwitted ten other competitors.

San Luis Elementary School pupils Honeylin Talagtag and Grazielle Lagria mentored by Arlyn Cabay came in second place followed by the pair of Ricki Mariot Noveda and Samantha Sinfuego of Baguio Central School coached by Marissa De Guzman, third place.

In the giant bookmark-making contest, the trio of Athan Cerezo, Pia Urbano and Hyacinth Fabella of Alfonso Tabora Elem. School turned in the best rendition of the Baguio Day theme "Baguio at 108: Land of Champions" in their entry to take home the grand prize.

Coached by Liza Lee Gawisan, the team beat four other entries including second placers Sheriff Mendizabal, Shiela May Dungo and Keindy Moscare of Pacday Quinio Elem. School coached by Jason Quiñopez and third placers Carol Jane Baking, Julianne Mae Aquino and Esteban Barrioga of Manuel L. Quezon Elem. School coached by Josie Golez.

In the "Madulang Sabayang Pagbigkas" or oral group recitation, the Pines City National High School group coached by Maryluz Dela Cruz, Maricel Mendoza and Francisco Penaflor wowed the judges to earn the top plum.

The performance was so moving that it also impressed Mayor Mauricio Domogan when it was presented during last Monday's flag-raising ceremonies at City Hall.

The PCNHS contingent was composed of Francis Banaken, R-ja Rivera, Lawrence John Laban, Josiah Demetrio, Stelios Ashbeey Longboan, Bill Calzada, Carmela Calalan Alexander Theodore Sison, Raucha Murillo, Kyle Aronan, Satouri Salupen, Haidee Soriano, Alliah Novesteras, Jhamella Rodriguez, Genelle Caoile, Reccah Ligligon, Roxan Lagto, Ian Chester Fernando, Ranze Bacullo and Randolph Tawi.

The Baguio City High School team mentored by Jefrey Honrado placed second followed by the Bakakeng National High School under Josephine Tipay at third and the Magsaysay National High School under Jonalyn Cornel, fourth.

Councilor Peter Fianza who coordinated the school-based activities under the Baguio Day calendar along with the City Schools Division under School Supt. Federico Martin said the school-based activities were made a regular feature of the charter day activities "to provide opportunity to reinforce the schoolchildren and students' culture, productivity and psychological well-being."

The winners will receive cash prizes of P6,000, P3,000 and P1,000 for the top three winners in the bookmark-making contest; P4,000, P2,000 and P1,000 in the quiz bee; and P15,000, P10,000 and P5,000 plus P3,000 consolation prize in the oral recitation. – Aileen P. Refuerzo

 
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