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Monday, September 14, 2009

TF47-74+1 celebrates Diyandi Festival 2009 with story retelling, oral reading contests

The team of the local Task Force 47-74+1 that works for the reversal of dismal state of education in the elementary level here had a unique way of celebrating the Diyandi Festival this year.
Taking no departure from its goals, they conducted contests on oral reading and story retelling last September 11, 2009 at Iligan City Central Elementary School.
Mr. Doodz Dalangin, executive director of Goodwill Mindanao Philippines Inc. (GMPI) and chair of Diyandi Festival 2009, said "this contest is a historic feat because we included academic-based activities in this festival to what was once a collage of traditional activities of merriment."
Prof. Rhodora Englis of Mindanao State University-IIT expressed that such contest will help improve the level of comprehension and analytic abilities of pupils specially that story retelling requires interpretation which is at the higher level of understanding.
Englis also discussed about the objectives of Task Force 4774+1.
Fely Yu, assistant superintendent of DepEd-Iligan, hope that this activity will be annually done. She was so happy that the Executive Management Board of the festival were able to conceived of this activity.
Mrs. Adelina de Los Reyes, english supervisor of DepEd-Iligan read the criteria of the contest.
Contestants were asked to read three stories prior to the actual competition.
Winners in oral reading are Elinor Grace G. Impang of Iligan City Central School (1st prize); Shaira Claire V. De Gracia of Iligan City East Central School (2nd prize) and Melit Jane R. Yu from Iligan City North 1 Central School (3rd prize).
De Gracia read the story "The Girl Who Turned Into a Fish".
Winners of story retelling are Norjannah Pangandaman of Sgt. Miguel Canoy Memorial Central School (1st prize); Kathleen May Lorraine Nuncio of Iligan City East Central School (2nd prize) and Ch'ry Jynth Mondejar from Tomas Cabili Central School (3rd prize).
The winning piece in this category is the story about "the Toad and the Diamonds."
Winners were awarded with medals, cash prizes, and dictionaries.

Friday, August 14, 2009

TaskForce 4774+1 launches Kaabay sa Kahimsog for all pupils in Iligan

Fely Yu, assistant schools division superintendent in Iligan city.

Rhodora N. Ingles, co-chair of Task Force 4774+1 (Iligan), acting city mayor Joe Zalzos (city councilor),councilor Voltaire Rovira of the SP Committee on Education and Erlito "Doodz" Dalangin. Other guests not inset are city councilor Pisyong Larazabal (SP Commitee on Education) and Adelina De Los Reyes (ES1)from the Nerve Center of TF4774+1.

Mayor Lawrence Lluch Cruz launch a feeding program dubbed "Kaabay sa Kahimsog" on August 15 for all pupils in 82 elementary schools of Iligan city.

This project will be undertaken in partnership with Task Force 4774+1 and the Office of city councilor Voltaire Rovira, chair of the committee on education. It will commence on September 2009.

A P2 million pesos is partially allocated for this project which will also involve and mobilize all Barangay Health Workers, Barangay Nutrition Scholars and the Parents Teachers Association (PTA).

This feeding program is part of the initiative to ensure the retention and reduce the incidence of drop outs of pupils in the elementary schools.

Cruz said that he intends to allocate P6 million for this program.

Fely Yu (inset in Photo 1), assistant schools division superintendent, discouraged parents,teachers, and barangay officials to feed their children with "junk" foods because this add to malnourishment of children.