Intramural Script 2012/mich.timado
Now, Mr. Adrian Joseph Clemente, (4
placer, Taekwondo Bantamweight last Regional Meet2011) will lead the
Oath of Sportsmanship
This will be followed by our Athletic Manager and MAPEH Teacher, Mr. Marlo Bayudang for the
Oath of Officials
Once again, may we request Ms. Catadman to formally declare the Opening of the 2012Intramural.(Can we have some drums?)(DRUM ROLL & PARTY POPPERS)
Let’s now move
on to the next portion of our program. For the
Presentation of the Muses
,may we call for Ms. Desiree Decano, Filipino Teacher.
Now, for the most awaited part of the program, we shall be witnessing the FieldDemonstration by each year level.(STATE THE CRITERIA FOR WINNING AND INTRODUCE THE JUDGES!!!)Each year level has its assigned theme:
Hat Festival(#1 to perform)
Buntal Hat Festival is a ten-day festival celebrated every first week of May. This annualcelebration showcases the main product of Baliwag which is the Buntal Hat, and other products madefrom Buntal fibers.
Fruits Festival(#3 to perform)
The Kidapawan (Timpupo) Fruit Festival is a celebration of a good and bountiful harvest. It isis celebrated in Kidapawan City every month of August. Kidapawan City is located in the highlands of the Province of Cotabato.
Maskara Festival(#2 to perform)
The MassKara Festival is a festival held each year inBacolod City,the capital of Negros
Occidentalprovince in thePhilippinesevery third weekend of October nearest October 19, the
city'sCharter Inauguration Anniversary.The word "MassKara" is aportmanteau(port-man-to), coined by the late artistEly
Santiagofrom the word "mass" meaning "many or a multitude of the people", andtheSpanishword
meaning "face". A prominent feature of the festival is the mask worn byparticipants; these are always adorned with smiling faces.
a multitude of smiling faces
. The word is also a pun on
, the Filipino term for "mask".
Sinulog Festival(Last to perform)
The Sinulog Festival is one of the grandest and most colorful festivals in the Philippines with avery rich history. The main festival is held each year on the 3
Sunday of January in Cebu City tohonor the Santo Niño, or the child Jesus, who used to be the patron saint of the whole province of
Cebu. It is essentially a dance ritual which remembers the Filipino people’s pagan past and their
acceptance of Christianity.
We would like to express our appreciation to all our honorable guests (please read the list of names) and to all the students and faculty for their participation in our program this morning.Thank you for your attendance.
Before we have our lunch break, allow us to leave some words to live by:
It is not all about winning but on how you played the game