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NOVEMBER CONVOCATION '13

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NOVEMBER CONVOCATION '13

posted Dec 4, 2013, 12:19 AM by Roxanne Rueda

Come Celebrate Andres Bonifacio’s Birthday

        November 30, 1863. We celebrated our official Holiday. A day when one of our greatest leader was born. Andres Bonifacio y de Castro. Bonifacio Day! A holiday where we pay tribute to a National Hero, a leader of great value and wisdom.

            He is a born fighter. And called the Father of Philippine Revolution. Revolted and fought for our freedom from the Spanish Colonial Rule over Philippines. And become the Leader of Revolutionary groups. La Liga Filipina and the Katipunan, a secret society, who fought for the Philippine Independence. He was never forgotten from his bravery, wisdom and true Patriotism, a very proud Filipino. 

            If Andres Bonifacio were alive today, how do you think he would celebrate his 150th birthday? Perhaps, with modesty; but we are thinking otherwise. What can be the most encompassing tribute to the birth anniversary of the Supremo than a one-day event that revives the opulence of the 19th century and focuses on culture, art, fashion, history, poem, and music?

            To commemorate and honor one of our most beloved national heroes, the Bo. Central Elementary School (BCES) prepares birthday program bash with a bit of “historical twist” held November 29, 2013, at 8 in the morning. And to salute his undying contributions to our sovereignty and independence, the BCES, which is led by Mr. Ramil R. Cubales, our school head, with his co-teachers, and the students and parents of the students held its celebration on the stage of the Bo. Central Elementary School. The event was blessed with a prayer led by Mrs. Amalia D. Mananquil and followed by National Anthem and Dugong Balangueno with beat of Mrs. Shalie S. Celestial. To continued message of Mrs. Alita E. Dayrit. At the celebration, the pupils had shown their prepared presentations such as dancing, singing and reciting of poems.

              At the behalf of the convocation, it was a success, hoping that the school, as well as the pupils and parents of this school will establish to themselves-heart and body-to make simple ways of showing nationalism and patriotism to everyday living for the sake of our beloved country.

October Convocation '13

posted Nov 26, 2013, 2:36 AM by Roxanne Rueda

Ang United Nations ay isang internasyonal na organisasyong itinatag noong 1945 pagkatapos ng ikalawang Digmaang Pandaigdig. Layunin ng 51 bansang nagtatag nito ang mapanatili ang kapayapaan at seguridad sa gitna ng mga kasaping bansa, itaguyod ang magandang relasyon upang isulong ang kaunlaran, at upang magkaroon ng mas mabisang pamantayan sa pamumuhay at karapatang pantao. Higit na kilala ang United Nations para sa mga hakbang nito para sa pananatili ng kapayapaan ngunit mayroon ring iba’t-ibang ahensya at programa ang UN upang mapabuti ang mga buhay ng mga mamamayan sa lahat ng mga bansa sa mundo. Isinusulong ng organisasyon ang pagtataguyod ng proteksyon para sa kalikasan, pagbibigay ng tulong sa mga sinalanta ng sakuna at kalamidad at pagtataguyod ng kalayaan at karapatang pantao.      Bilang pakikiisa sa pagdiriwang ng United Nations ang Paaralang Elementarya ng Bo. Central ay nagdaos ng isang simple at makabuluhang pagdiriwang ang aming palatuntunan ay pinamagatang “Ms. United Nations 2013”

September Convocation '13

posted Nov 26, 2013, 2:31 AM by Roxanne Rueda

Filipino race are known for being family-oriented people and inhibits strong family tight among its members. Since the school serves as the pupils second home, here in Bo. Central Elementary school celebrates annual Family Day during the month of September.

            Family Day celebration in Bo. Central Elementary School showcases fun activities, parlor games for both parents, teachers and pupils, which further strengthen the camaraderie of family members and teachers as well.

With their colourful balloons, banners and warm smiles on their faces, pupils of Bo. Central, together  with their respective advisers and parents, lined up for a parade along the streets of Brgy. Central to mark the beginning of the festive celebration.

The program kicked off at the Brgy Covered Court with a prayer ( AVP of “One God”), which was immediately followed by the singing of National Anthem and Balanga City Hymn conducted by Mrs. Amalia D. Mananquil, Kindergarten Teacher.

Mr. Ramil R. Cubales, school principal, welcomed the crowd with his inspiring message for the parents and pupils of Bo. Central Elementary school. Mr. Cubales highlighted the essence of the parents’ untiring support for every school undertakings.

Mr. Gerardo Garcia, school’s GPTA President ,also shared his warm greetings for the parents and pupils. He further stressed that the success of the schools doesn’t rely on the faculty staff alone but more importantly with the support of stakeholders, especially the parents.


August Convocation '13

posted Nov 25, 2013, 10:59 PM by Roxanne Rueda

Isa sa mga bagay na maipagmamalaki ng ating bansa ay ang napakayaman nating kultura. Kabilang dito ang ibat-ibang wika na mayroon tayo tulad ng Tagalog, Cebuano, Kapampangan, Ilokano, Bikolano, Hiligaynon at marami pang iba. Bukod dito biniyayaan din tayong mga Pilipno ng magaganda at katutubong ugali o asal. Ito ay nagsisilbing tatak ng ating lahi. Ngunit gaano man karami ang ating wikang binibigkas may iisang wika na nagbubuklod sa ating lahat, ang “Wikang Filipino”.

 

Ipinagdiwang ng Bo. Central Elementary School ang “Buwan ng Wika” noong Agosto 30, 2013 sa ganap na ika-walo ng umaga. Sa patnubay ng mga guro ay naidaos ng matagumpay ang programa at naipamalas  ng mga mag-aaral ang kanilang mga inihandang bilang nang buong husay at galing.

 

Ilan sa mga tampok na bilang ng mga bata ay ang pagtula, pagsayaw at pag-awit na nagpapahayag ng pagmamahal sa bayan at pagiging isang tunay na Pilipino.

 

Ang nabanggit na pagdiriwang ay nagsilbing inspirasyon at nagmulat sa isipan ng mga kabataan upang lalo pa nilang mahalin at pahalagahan ang ating sariling wika.

July Convocation '13

posted Nov 25, 2013, 10:47 PM by Roxanne Rueda

Gutom at Malnutrisyon: Sama-sama nating Wakasan. This is the theme of this year’s Nutrition Month Celebration and we in BO.CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL take its part in fighting hunger and malnutrition through different activities and contests.

          First, we have the Search for A1 Child, which possesses qualities of a well nourished child wherein the three judges have difficulty in choosing the best because there is a tie between the contestant of Grade III- Audryn Josh Ingaran and Grade VI- Nicko Santos. Seiji Briz of Grade V won the 3rd Place. Every grade level has a contestant including Kindergarten.

          Then, a Cook Fest was held at the Covered Tent and ampalaya (bittergourd,bittermelon) being the main ingredient. Here, the most nutritious, unique and affordable recipe won. The Ampalaya Con Buco of Grade IV Parent-Daughter tandem of  Mrs. Luz Basuel and her daughter Jazel won the 1st Place. Followed by the Ampalaya Shake of Grade II as 2nd Placer and the Ampalaya Con Gata of Grade 1 being the 3rd Place.

          To wrap up the month’s activity a Culminating Activity was done on July 31 wherein different grades show their Nutri-Jingle to the delight of everybody especially the parents. Afterwards winners on the different contests were awarded through the kindness of the following parents Mrs. Myra Alonzo, Mrs. Jennifer Teeter, Mrs. Daisy Santos, Mrs. Minda Genzo, Mrs. Sheryl Pincil, Mrs. Vivian Bautista and Sangganuiang Barangay Member Norma Blanza.

June Convocation '13

posted Nov 25, 2013, 10:43 PM by Roxanne Rueda


Ang buwan ng Hunyo ay panahon ng pag-alala sa Ika-Isangdaan at labing-limang taon na kalayaan ng ating bansang Pilipinas mula sa pananakop ng mga dayuhan.  Ito ay hindi lamang isang selebrasyon na dapat nating ipagdiwang, kundi panahon din ng ating paggunita sa mga bayaning nag-alay ng kanilang buhay upang makamit at matamasa natin ang ating kalayaan. Dapat nating alalahanin at isapuso kung kailan, saan, papaano at bakit natin dapat ipinagdiriwang ang Araw ng Kalayaan.

At bilang paggunita sa araw ng ating Kalayaan nagdaos ang paaralan ng Bo. Central Elementary School ng isang payak na palatuntunan noong Hunyo 28, 2013. Ito ay sinimulan sa pamamagitan ng isang mataimtim na panalangin na pinangunahan ng guro mula sa Ikatlong Baitang na si Gng. Esperanza C. Ruanto, at sinundan ng pagtugtog at pag-awit ng Lupang Hinirang at Dugong Balangueῆo na kinumpasan ng guro mula sa Ikaanim na Baitang na si Gng. Mary Grace C. Sobiano. Isang mainit na pagbati at makahulugang mensahe naman ang hatid ng aming masipag, maganda at mabait na punong-gurong si Bb. Ellen C. Macaraeg.

Upang balikan at ikintal sa puso’t isipan ang mga pangyayari sa ating kasaysayan pinangunahan ni Gng. Alita E. Dayrit, guro mula sa Ikaapat na Baitang ang pagbalik-tanaw sa Araw ng Kalayaan na may temang “Ambagan tungo sa Malawakang Kaunlaran”.

Hindi lamang doon nagtapos ang isinagawang palatuntunan, ito ay sinundan din ng presentasyon at pagpapakitang gilas ng mga piling mag-aaral mula sa kindergarten hanggang sa ikaanim na baitang, dito ipinakita nila ang kanilang talento sa pag-awit, pag-sayaw at pag-tula.

Sa ginawang pagtutulungan ng mga guro, mag-aaral at mga magulang nairaos ng maluwalhati at matagumpay ang palatuntunan sa Araw ng Kalayaan.

Nawa’y naging makabuluhan ang araw na ito hindi lamang sa mga mag-aaral kundi sa bawat isa sa atin.

BCES Night

posted May 19, 2011, 4:25 PM by Melinda Duran

Tuwing sasapit ang buwan ng Enero, hindi maikakaila na buwan na naman ng kapistahan sa iba’t-ibang parte ng bansa. Ito rin ang itinuturing na panahon na kung saan ipinagdiriwang ang kapistahan ng Sto.Niño upang magbalik-tanaw sa pagkabata ni Hesukristo.

Ang taun-taong pagdiriwang nito ay isang matingkad na pagpapakita ng ating sama-samang pagkilos upang lalo pa nating mapatingkad ang pananampalataya na iniwan sa atin ng ating mga ninuno. Mahalaga ito sapagkat sa pamamagitan nito ay napagsasama-sama natin ang ating mga pamilya, mga kaibigan at mga kakilala.

Ito rin ang araw na tila baga pati ang kamay ng orasan ay humihinto upang malasin ang kagandahang handog ng sining. Kaya’t halina tayong lahat at muli tayong pumasok sa isang ng sining. kaya' taya na iniwan sa atin ng ating g makulay at makahulugang pista ng Sto. Niño. Masaya at makulay ang ginawang paghahanda para sa nalalapit na kapistahan. Ang taunang pagdiriwang nito ay tunay na kapana-panabik sapagkat sa kaarawan ng pista ng Sto. Niño na sumasalamin sa imahe ng batang si Hesus, sila ang mga musmos ang bida.

Kung kaya’t bilang parangal sa mahal na patron ng Brgy. Central. Ang Bo. Central Elementary School ay hindi nagpahuli. Unang nagpakitang gilas ang ipinagmamalaking Drum & Lyre ng paaralan. Sumunod ay isang awit panalangin naman ng mga piling bata sa ika-anim na baitang. Pagkatapos, ang pambungad na pananalita ng punung giling bata sa ika-anim na baitang.ng pista ng Sto. Niuro, Gng. Agnes O. Magdalera. Gayundin ang mga mensahe mula sa punong Brgy. Kapitan Ronald N. Caparaz at ang sa PSDS II, Gng. Jeanette L. Andales.

Isang pagbabalik-tanaw sa mga awitin at tugtuging naging sikat at nagpapaindak sa ating lahat, ang “The Best of Yester Years”, ang inihandang bilang ng mga mag-aaral, mula Pre-Elem hanggang ika-anim na baitang.

Tunay nga na naging matagumpay ang nasabing pagdiriwang sapagkat namalas sa napakaraming sumaksi ang lubos na kasiyahan.

Christmas Celebration

posted May 19, 2011, 5:12 AM by Melinda Duran

            

December is the month of peace. Our School celebrated “Christmas Party”, it was started by a parade with the Bo. Central Drum and Lyre Corps headed by their coordinators Mrs. Gay Caparaz, Mrs. Mary Grace Sobiano and Ms. Joyce Ann Manabat. There were different costumes by each grade level. After the parade we begun the program with the opening prayer given by Mrs. Grace Sobiano followed by the singing of the National Anthem by Mr. Romeo Agustin. We had also an inspirational message by our very young, active and dedicated Principal II Mrs. Agnes O. Magdalera to give the three meaning of Christmas.

 

            The most awaited moment in the program were the exhibition number of the Drum and Lyre Corps, the audience were amazed by the performance they gave especially the graceful body dance movement of our majorette leader Jaivee Dominguez.

 

            The program was not yet complete without the talent given by each grade level with their danced to the tune of Christmas Song.

 

            Everybody was happy too, when they entered in their room to eat their packed lunch. A parlor games were headed by their own teachers.

 

            Lastly they were truly happy upon receiving their exchange gift.

 

            It is indeed a happy Christmas to every one sharing and cooperating is always the key to a successful program.

 

            Again, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to all!

 

Bonifacio Day

posted May 19, 2011, 4:57 AM by Melinda Duran

       

     Ang kalayaan nating mga Pilipino ay pinagbuwisan ng pawis, luha ng ating mga ninuno sa kanilang pakikipaglaban sa mapang-aping dayuhan. Sa pagkakataong ito, hindi lamang tayo dapat magbigay – pugay sa ating mga bayaning nagsakripisyo upang matamasa natin ngayon ang biyaya ng kalayaan.

            Dapat maalala din natin ang kanilang iniwang mga aral at sikapin muli silang isabuhay mula sa kanilang malasakit sa ating inang bayan, lumuha tayo ng panibagong lakas at kaalaman upang labanan ang mga bagong anyo ng ating pagkaalipin.

            Nobyembre 30, petsang tumatak sa ating mga Pilipino bilang pagbibigay parangal sa tinaguriang “Ama ng Himagsikang Pilipino” at “The Great Plebian” , kaugnay ng mga ito ipinaglaban ni Bonifacio, ng Katipunan at ng Rebolusyon, nakamit na ba natin ang mga pinangarap niya para sa bayan? Tunay na malaya na ba ang Pilipinas?

            Ang kasaysayan ng ating pambansang himagsikan ay nagsimula sa puso ng bayaning ating binibigyang parangal, si Bonifacio. Ang pakikibakang inilunsad niya ay ang naging ugat ng pagsilang ng ating Bayang Pilipinas.

            Kung kaya’t ang Paaralang Elementarya ng Bo. Central,  isa sa bagong salinlahi ng bayang pinaglingkuran at ipinaglaban niya ay nakikiisa sa pag-alala sa pamamagitan ng isang palatuntunan na kinakitaan ng sabayang pagbigkas, tula at sayaw na binigyang buhay ng mga bata mula una hanggang ikaanim na baitang na sumasariwa sa mga alaala at aral na iniwan ni Bonifacio sa atin.

            Ang kalinangan at kapuri-puring dangal ng Pilipino ay nakapako sa pananaw na sa buhay at gawa ng bawat isa sa atin, sagot natin ang ating bansa. Kilala man o hindi, bawat isa atin ay maaaring maging bayani. Bawat isa sa atin ay puwedeng mabuhay ng taas-noo dahil sa ating bawat kilos kinilala natin na “Bayan ko, Sagot ko”, na dapat ipaglaban at isabuhay. Pundasyong sinimulang patibayin ni Andres Bonifacio na tatatak sa puso’t isipan ng darating na bagong henerasyon.

United Nations Celebration

posted May 19, 2011, 4:46 AM by Melinda Duran

Bo. CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL supports the aim of the United Nations to bring all nations of the world together to work for peace and development through a friendly competition entitled Search for Mr. and Ms. UN 2010, wherein each grade level including pre-elementary had a pair of contestant that represents a member of United Nations.

           

The said competition was spearheaded by the grade six teachers who thought not only of bringing the spirit of camaraderie but also the welfare of the school and most importantly its pupils. Each pair of contestants sold tickets to be the highest pointer. And alls well that ends well, the very hardworking representative of Grade Six (female Candidate) Jaivee Dominguez, and the gorgeous and equally hardworking representative of Grade Two (male Candidate) Lorenzo Soriano emerged as this year’s Mr. and Ms. UN.

           

As culminating activity the said winners were crowned in the Coronation Day but before the much-awaited crowning of the two, a parade of all the contestants was held in the barangay’s locality as part of the celebration. A special award, “ Best in National Costume” was bagged by the deserving contestants representing Mr. and Ms. Mexico in the person of Mikhael Rafael Esmeriz Grade III Contestant and Dazzely Devis Pre-Elem Contestant.

           

The funds generated by the said activity were used in installing our pupil’s drinking area which caters their immediate need. In addition to that, our stage fence was also in the list to ensure safety of our pupils.

           

We know that UN believes in the saying: “United we stand. Divided we fall,” because we surely do!”

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