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NCS II SPED Center holds Intrams 2016

By Joseph Ochoa

“Success is not measured by what you accomplish,
but by the opposition you have encountered,
and the courage with which you have maintained the struggle
against overwhelming odds.”
-Orison Swett Marden

NAGA Central School II SPED Center holding its annual school intramurals last August 17 and 19, 2016 at Pacol Sports Complex, Pacol, Naga City.

NAGA Central School II SPED Center holding its annual school intramurals last August 17 and 19, 2016 at Pacol Sports Complex, Pacol, Naga City.

NAGA Central School II SPED Center held its annual school intramurals on August 17 and 19, 2016, with the main venue at Pacol Sports Complex, Pacol, Naga City, with the theme: “Keeping with the Changing Times: Healthy Body, Healthy Mind.”

Participants were SPED pupils/students with various exceptionalities including autism, intellectual disability, orthopedic handicap, hearing impairment, and visual impairment in events which included athletics, bocce and boccia, swimming, basketball, chess, fun games, mass demonstration, and Little Mr. and Ms, and Mr. and Ms Palaro. For this year, teacher and pupil/student population were divided into two competing teams: Dragon (Orange) and Alligator (Green).

The event opened on August 17, with a parade of the participants along the Pacol Sports Complex Track Oval, which was then followed by the opening program. Present in the event were Naga North District Public Schools District Supervisor Teresita Irma S. Dy-Cok, Naga Central School II Principal Frederick M. Baldoza, Dr. Ma. Jeaneette O. Naval of Ateneo de Naga University, as well as SPED teachers from DepEd Naga City Division schools with SPED programs.

  • September 1st 2016
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City, MNCCI open K-12 education summit

NAGA City Mayor John Bongat, President Gilbert Albero of the Metro Naga Chamber of and Industry (MNCCI), and Schools Division Superintendent William Gando of the DepEd Naga City Division Office Wednesday morning formally opened the Education Fair, another highlight activity of the ongoing Bicol Business Month, at the SM City Activity Center here.

The trio, along with MNCCI directors, Division school officials, City Councilor Nathan Sergio, teachers and students, witnessed the opening of the exhibits by participating schools and other supportive private companies.

Mayor Bongat lauded the school officials, well as the MNCCI, for taking the initiative in putting in the forefront the government’s K-12 and TVET programs. He said education is the foundation of good business and that the two must complement each other in plotting the country’s future by preparing the youth with proper knowledge and skills for them to become dynamic players in nation building.

AdeNU, BU, USI in country’s best campus list

Country's Best Campus

SPANISH ARCHITECTURE (left). The ancient corridors with its colonial floor tiles at the Universidad de Sta. Isabel. GREEN LANDSCAPE (middle). The Ateneo de Naga High School campus in Pacol, Naga City. MAJESTIC SIGHT (right). The premier state university in Bicol with Mayon Volcano in the background. Photo by BUZZFEED

NAGA CITY — At least three universities in Bicol have been included in the exclusive list of 18 Beautiful Campuses in the Philippines posted by www.buzzfeed.com.

These are the Ateneo de Naga University (both high school and college campuses), Bicol University in Legazpi City, Albay, and Universidad de Sta Isabel, also situated in Naga City.

The Jesuit school in Bicol was noted for its “classic architecture of University chapel made even more marvelous by the surrounding landscape.” The BU in Albay was cited for its “modern design of the Torch of Wisdom and the fields with Mount Mayon in the background.”

  • May 4th 2015
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