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One Student, One Sports program readies Naga to be city of champions

“One Student, One Sports” Program

KIDS enrolled in the city government’s month-long Annual Summer Sports Camp take a break after undergoing lectures on the fundamentals of basketball. The sports camp is one of the sports programs which will be consolidated under the “One Student, One Sports” program being pursued by the administration of Mayor John G. Bongat. FRANCIS BARJA

By Jason B. Neola

TO provide the young ones with competence to excel in sports, understand and apply the concept of teamwork and the value of sportsmanship are what the “One Student, One Sports” program of the local government here advocates.

The program which is anchored on the city government’s thrust to build a city of champions will also enhance the sports program of the Department of Education (DepEd) and strengthen collaboration between the two government entities as the LGU consolidates its new and existing sports programs under one umbrella campaign.

Executive Order 2016-048, which seeks to enhance the Department of Education (DepEd) sports program by establishing and implementing the “One Student, One Sports” program of the city government anchored on the thrust to build a city of champions was issued on November 4, last year by Mayor John G. Bongat, and will take effect this school year 2017-2018.

The executive order details how the program will operate as it also defines the roles, functions and responsibilities of each partnering entities, specifically the city government of Naga, the DepEd, and the city’s 27 barangay councils together with the Education, Scholarships and Sports Office (ESSO) and the City Events, Protocol and Public Information Office (CEPPIO).

  • June 5th 2017
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Naga Palaro champ, amasses 72 golds

YOUNG ATHLETES. Amateur taekwondo and boxing were among the best-watched spectator sports during the regional games. CEPPIO

By Jason B. Neola

NAGA CITY — There was so much drive to go for the gold, but never did the athletes and their coaches forget about honesty and fair play.

This was the common observation by Mayor John G. Bongat and other officials of the city government and the Department of Education here on how athletes, coaches and other sports personnel fared in Palarong Bicol 2016 that ended without any protest filed for misrepresentation or switching of players and other forms of cheating by any of the participating delegations.

Ernani Suron, head of Naga City Sports Office, reported that during the post-game assessment meeting between Engr. Ronald Asis, DepEd regional sports coordinator, and the tournament managers it was revealed that “no protest of any form was filed in so far as the conduct of the weeklong regional games is concerned.”

  • February 21st 2016
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Palarong Bicol reels off in Naga February 7-13

By Jason B. Neola

NAGA CITY — More than 10,000 athletes, parents, coaches, officials of the Department of Education, and dignitaries from the academe and government are expected to troop to this city on Sunday (Feb. 7) where the Palarong Bicol 2016 will officially kick off at the Metro Naga Sports Complex (MNSC) in Barangay Pacol, here.

The yearly sporting event gathers athletes from public elementary and secondary schools in the Bicol Region’s 7 cities and 6 provinces to vie for honors in various sports events.

The events and their venues: arnis (LCC mall), archery (Leon Mercado Nat’l HS), athletics (MNSC), basketball-secondary, boys (MNSC), baseball-elementary and secondary (MNSC), basketball-secondary, girls (STI Naga), basketball-elementary (JMRC/Brgy. Del Rosario Covered Court), boxing (Naga City People’s Hall), billiard (Rookies, Peñafrancia Ave.), chess (Aljosh Café), football (MNSC), futsal (Brgy. Calauag Covered Court), gymnastics (Naga City Gymnasium), sepak-takraw, (MNSC), softball (Eternal Gardens/Ateneo grounds), swimming (MNSC), taekwondo (SM City Naga), table tennis (Feb. 8-9 Naga Central School 1/Feb. 10-12 St. Joseph School/JMR Coliseum, and lawn tennis (Naga City Civic Center/MNSC).

  • February 5th 2016
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