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The Junior Chronicle 2013

The Junior Chronicle 2013

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The Junior Chronicle 2013

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VOLUME XIII No. 1
/
JANUARY 2013
TIME OUT FROM POLICE WORK.
Armed withtheir migthy hands and bodies, members of the Que- zon Police Force help pull out weeds and tall grassin the school campus during the Brigada Eskwela.
The Junior Chronicle journalists returned victoriouslyand brought home medals and
certicates for championing Ra
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dio Broadcasting and Scriptwrit
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ing (English category) in the Re
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gional Schools Press Conference(RSPC).They came back on Jan.16 bagging the championship andthe major awards in the said cat
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egory.The adjudged winnerswere Karl Caesar Pelaez – 1st place Best Anchor, 2nd place Best News Presenter; Anna Karmina
Broadcasters champ RSPC
Abila – 3rd place Best Anchor;Lianna Francesca Jalbuena – 1st place Best News Presenter; Ra
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chel Ivy Reyes – 5th place Best News Presenter; Jericho Libardo – 1st place Best Infomercial and1st place Best Technical Appli
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cation; Veronica Valenton – 1st place Best in Scriptwriting.Furthermore, the RadioBroadcasters and Scriptwritersin Filipino got 4th place in BestGroup. They also received thefollowing awards: Chad VensonSadili - 5th place Best Anchor;Angela Karla Mendoza – 3rd place Best Infomercial and 3rd place Best Technical Application;Lyzza-Ann Veracruz – 4th placeBest in Scriptwriting.
Jhon Lester Edal took 
home 3rd place Copyreading and
Headline Writing-English in the
individual competition.Likewise, the Collab
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orative Desktop Publishing groupcomposed of Patricia DanielleEllises, Marion Izavell Gilbuena,Elijah Elmark Macatangay, BryanJulius Badiango, Reana ZarhynePalad, Christian Dave Anda andFrancine Cunanan, received their certicate as 5th Best in aforemen
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tioned category, English medium.
Teachers and students
of DepEd Lucena joined the FunRun as opening activity of theBook Month Celebration, Nov. 6.The Fun Run with the
theme “
 Nasa Pagbasa ang Pag-asa
” started at 6 AM in PacicMall Parking Area and ended inLucena West I ground. A short program followed participated in by students wearing book cos
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tumes.The Book Month Celebration issponsored by the English Com
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mittee of each school in the Divi
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sion of Lucena City.
Fun run opensBook Monthcelebration
WE DID IT!
Members of the English Radio broadcasting and script-
writing team, proudly display their championship medals and certi
-cates, their passport to the National Schools Press Conference.
 BOOKS ARE OUR FRIENDS.
Gradeone pupils present a number about theimportance of books to everyone during the program on Book Month Celebration.
 
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NEWS
January 2013
 
Five journalists attend-ed regional training to enhancetheir writing skills in prepara-tion for the forthcoming Region-al Schools Press Conference.
Charlie Chris Dimaala,feature writing;Jessica Hernan
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dez, editorial writing; LiannaFrancesca Jalbuena and Jan RoseGabrielle Bele, radio broadcastingand scriptwriting; and ZyraOli
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vienne Alicante, copyreadingand headline writing joined theother contestants from the differ 
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ent divisions in the region at Sto.
Tomas North Central Elementary
School, Sto. Tomas, Batangas on November 7-9, to further improve
their journalistic skills in their re-
spective categories.They participated in
Journalists attend enhancement training
the different activities initiated by invited trainers and speakers.During the workshops, the train
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ers and facilitators chose the bestoutputs. Hernandezlanded rstsin editorial writing – Englishwhile Alicante was third best in
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copyreadingand headline writing – Filipino.Bele was second best inscriptwriting along with Dimaalain feature writing – Filipino. Theyreceived certicates of recogni
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tion from Mrs. Agnes Rolle andMs. Jennifer Lopez, regional su
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 pervisors in Filipino and Englishrespectively during the closingceremonies.Miss Michelle Caruru
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can and Miss Amelia Alburo ac
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companied the pupils to the three-day training.
Lucena West I teachersattended four-day school levelIn-Service Training to revitalizelearning and adapt new strat-egies for better teaching out-comes.
Mrs. ChinitaTolentino,the school principal, organizedthe training on Oct. 22-25 and di
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vided the teachers in group wherethey need to be more equipped.Mr. Maximino Garciaand Mrs. Crispina Pastrana ledthe Mathematics Group, Mrs.Genia Dural and Mrs. VivianMontes supervised the Science
Teachers attend four-day Inset
Group, Mrs. Cynthia Gimenezguided the Hekasi Group, Mrs.Zenaida Andayog and Miss Rho
-na Joy Fetalco managed the Eng-
lish Group, Engr. Susana Gabio
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la, division Education ProgramSupervisor handled the MusicGroup while Ms. Acela Habitoand Mrs. April Rose Zingalawatrained the Special Education(SPED) and Kindergarten teach
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ers respectively.
The INSET concluded
with the giving of certicates
to the subject coordinators and
members.
25 TJC staffers qualify for RSPC
 
Twenty-ve out of 28 The Junior Chronicle staffers hurdled
and won in the Lucena City Division Schools Press Conference toqualify for the Regional Schools Press Conference.
Dr. Amelita Balagtas, for 
-mer EPS in English and guest dur-
ing the competitions held in Lucena
West I Elementary School social
hall, Sept 27-28, commended andchallenged the journalists to go for gold in the awarding ceremonies.The declared winners andtheir respective categories were:Jessica Hernandez, 1st place edito
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rial writing-English; Romina GianeOba, 3rd place editorial writing-Filipino; Charlie Chris Dimaala,1st place feature writing-Filipino;Giana Mae Licoto, 7th place featurewriting-English; John Lester Edal,3rdplace copyreading and headlinewriting-English; Zyra OlivienneAlicante, 1st place copyreadingand headline writing-Filipino; Jer 
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maine Valerio, 1st place editorialcartooning-English; Kylene NicoleCada, 3rd place news writing-Eng
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lish; Angela Nicole Adao, 3rd place photojournalism-English; KeanaRylie Pasoquen, 3rd place sports
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writing-Filipino; and Paulo MiguelVillanueva, 5th place sportswriting-English.
The radio broadcasting
and scriptwriting teams (Englishand Filipino) received the1st bestgroups in both categories and itsmembers also garnered differentawards as follows: Karmina Abila,1stbest anchor-English; Chad Ven
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son Sadili, 1st best anchor-Filipino;Jericho Libardo, 1st best technicalapplication-English; Angela CarlaMendoza, 1st best technical appli
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cation-Filipino; Veronica Valenton,
25 TJC on page 3
 POINT OF CLARIFICATION.
Crispina Pastrana, TJC adviser/trainer and one of the facilitators during the regional training, answers queries and assists participants in radio broadcasting and scriptwriting during the writeshop.
COOPERATION IS THE SOLUTION.
Leticia Vecinal, Jasmin Vidad and  Ma. Rosella Mataac help each other prepare their group’s output during the school’s In-Service Training for teachers on Oct. 23.
 HOORAY.
 Radiobroadcasting and scriptwriting - English group proudly hailstheir trophy after winning as the best group during DSPC last Sept. 28.
 
25 TJC from page 2
3
NEWS
January 2013
Lucena West I Elemen-tary School teachers, pupils andparents joined hands in celebra-tion of United Nations’ Week to re-mind the people of the importanceof having a good relationship withthe neighboring countries.
October 16 marked one of the important events at the school’scalendar of activities when thechosen muses and escorts of eachclass, together with the other pupilsand their parents, paraded insidethe campus and on its surround
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ing streets wearing costumes of the
School celebrates UN week 
different member countries of theUnited Nations. The pupils wavedtheir aglets as they traverse theroute of the parade.A short program fol
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lowed, and Miss Rhona Joy Fe
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talco, a grade ve teacher talkedabout the history of the United Nations, highlighting the impor 
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tance of being citizens of oneof its member nations. The cel
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ebration concluded with the an
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nouncement of the winners in the per grade level search for the bestin costume.
SM City Lucenaawarded Charie Kaye Flores, afemale teacher of Lucena WestI Elementary School, “Best inCostume” when she joined itsUnited Nations (UN) CostumeContest in support to the cel-ebration of UN Day.
There were twenty-one pupils (below seven years old) andone female teacher who joined thecontest on October 24 which SMwas annually hosting.Pupils of Lucena West Irepresented different countries bywearing their national costumessuch as South Korea, Portugal, Nepal, Philippines and others.“Teacher Charie,” ascalled by her pupils wore theThailand’s national costumewhich led her to win “Bestin Costume” title among 15other female teacher contes
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tants.She received a gift cer 
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ticate worth Php 3,000 from thesaid sponsor.
Flores wins SM best national costume search
 
Four Special Education(SPED) teachers and one schooladministrator of Lucena WestI attended the First NationalConference on Inclusive EarlyIntervention for Children withSpecial Needs as Department of Education (DepEd) and SpecialEducation Division – Bureau of Elementary Education (SPED-BEE) together with the EarlyChildhood Care and Develop-ment Council (ECCDC) andthe Portage Association of thePhilippines for Early Interven-tion designed this training as anoffshoot on the improvement of teacher and school administra-tor.
Mrs. Chinita Tolentino,school principal with four other teachers, Helen Tapic, Christine
SPED teachers attend nationalconference on inclusive education
Joy Lavarro, Maria Acela Habitoand JoselinaChavez had their training on Oct.27-29 at TeachersCamp, Baguio City.The three-day workshop provided the teacher-participants,the knowledge on the methodsand approaches in teaching thechildren in inclusive settings.It updated them thewith the current trends, skills and practices on the management of inclusive education schools. Fur 
-
thermore, it presented them re
-searches on inclusive education
for adaption and expected them tohave exemplary performances.Regular monitoring andevaluation of post-training ac
-tivities to be done by the division
SPED administrator are expectedafter the intensive training.1st best in scriptwriting-English;Lyzza Anne Veracruz, 1stbestin scriptwriting-Filipino; Keirra Nel Eballa, 1stbest infomercial-English; Angelique Ibones, 1st
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 best infomercial-Filipino; LiannaFrancesca Jalbuena, 1st best news presenter-English; Janrose Gabri
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elle Bele, 1st best news present
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er-Filipino and Andrea DenniseCada, 2nd best news presenter-Filipino.Mrs. Crispina Pastrana,Mrs. Ma. Gisella Rodriguez,Mrs. Vivian Montes, Miss Jo
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sephine Leonido, Miss RhonaJoy Fetalco, Mrs. Charie KayeFlores, Mr. Maximino Garcia,Mr. Carlos Villaester, Mrs. Joc
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elyn Enverga and Miss MichelleCarurucan, their ofcial trainerswill accompany them to the Re
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gional Schools Press Conferencewhich will be held sometimes inJanuary.
 BEST IN COSTUME.
Rica Mediavillo and Tyrone Hapita, grade ve Fast Learner pupils lead the grade ve group not only in the paradebut also in the choice of outt.
 NATIONAL COSTUME OF THAILAND.
Charie Kaye Flores,
 grade two FL adviser in Lucena West I, gives her nest, as she poses
in front of the judges and viewers wearing Thailand’s National Cos-tume, giving way to her winning Best in Costume at SM City Lucena.
Charlie Chris Dimaala
 passed the Philippine ScienceHigh School National Competi
-
tive Examination.Among the large number of examinees who took the NCEfrom all over the country last Sept.30, Charlie Chris Dimaala, gr.VI-Fast Learner (FL) of Lucena West 1is one of the top 240 examinees whowill be enrolled and admitted as a
student in highly-acclaimed science
Dimaala passes PSHS-NCE
high schools in the country today.“During the time of our examination, our main goal is to pass the test and I made it! I’mvery happy and excited “, Charliesaid.The Philippine ScienceHigh School System is a specialized public high school system in the Phil
-
ippines that operates as an attachedagency of the Philippine Departmentof Science and Technology.

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