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ESTRELLA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Tabon, Bislig City
2012 Nutrition Month Celebration: “ Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw itong ihain”
E X E C U T I V E
S U M M A R Y
Nutrition Month is celebrated every month of July as mandated by Presidential Decree 491 known as the Nutrition Act of the Philippines for the purpose of creating awareness among the Filipino people on the importance of healthy diet and to call the nation’s attention and action on a particular issue on health and nutrition. This year marks the 38th year of celebrating Nutrition Month and is guided by the theme: “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw itong ihain” to focus on the promotion of vegetables and its nutritional benefits. The objectives of this year’s celebration are to increase vegetable consumption as part of a healthy diet to address micronutrient deficiencies and non‐communicable diseases; promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income; and increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers. To support this developmental endeavor of the nutrition community headed by the National Nutrition Council (NNC), the Department of Education (DepEd) through DepEd Memorandum No. 101, s. 2012 dated June 15, 2012 enjoins all schools to participate in this celebration by undertaking meaningful activities that will highlight the importance of eating vegetables as part of a healthy diet. Tabon M. Estrella National High School through the efforts of the Technical-Vocational Education (TVE) Department joins the whole nation in month-long celebration by conducting activities that promote vegetable consumption and production in school. Some of the activities undertaken include simultaneous vegetable gardening, demonstrations on vegetable cooking & carving, vegetable trade fair showcasing various vegetables in the locality, poster‐making contests on the importance of vegetables on the diet, parade around Barangay Tabon participated by the Fourth Year students and TVE teachers, vegetable cooking contests, and a supplementary feeding program for sixty-four (64) Grade 7 students identified as severely wasted and wasted. The activities undertaken does not only focus in informing the students and other individuals on the importance of eating vegetables and its nutritional benefits but also to promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income; and increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers. Unavailability of contest materials due to budget constraints posed as a major challenge in the implementation of the various activities and skills competition. But through the financial support of the TMENHS Parent-Teacher Association, Inc. (PTA, Inc.) and the collaborative efforts of the administration, teachers, and students the celebration becomes a success.
Republic of the Philippines Department of Education Caraga Administrative Region Bislig City Division TABON M. ESTRELLA NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Tabon, Bislig City
2012 Nutrition Month Celebration: “ Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw itong ihain” I. INTRODUCTION
Nutrition Month is celebrated every month of July as mandated by Presidential Decree 491 known as the Nutrition Act of the Philippines for the purpose of creating awareness among the Filipino people on the importance of healthy diet and to call the nation’s attention and action on a particular issue on health and nutrition. This year marks the 38th year of celebrating Nutrition Month and is guided by the theme: “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw itong ihain” to focus on the promotion of vegetables and its nutritional benefits. To support this developmental endeavor of the nutrition community headed by the National Nutrition Council (NNC), the Department of Education (DepEd) through DepEd Memorandum No. 101, s. 2012 dated June 15, 2012 enjoins all schools to participate in this celebration by undertaking meaningful activities that will highlight the importance of eating vegetables as part of a healthy diet. Tabon M. Estrella National High School through the efforts of the Technical-Vocational Education (TVE) Department joins the whole nation in month-long celebration by conducting activities that promote vegetable consumption and production in school.
The 38th Nutrition Month celebration will focus on vegetables with the theme “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw‐araw itong ihain!” The objectives of this year’s celebration are to: a. b. c. increase vegetable consumption as part of a healthy diet to address micronutrient deficiencies and non‐communicable diseases; promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income; and increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers.
PARTICIPANTS / PERSONS INVOLVED
The various skills contests and activities were participated and facilitated by the following: A. Skills Contest
Construction of Center Table
Armando Tubo B.
Armando Tubo B.
Greggy Delos Santos Cedie Sinady Ricky Sacarez Bernard Valderama
Sewing Children’s Dress ( 5 -7 years old)
Damiana Congayo Araceli Abucay
Damiana Congayo Roseline Navarro
John Bert Silmogan Joy Alonta Ashly De Asis Lene Gean Sumili
Marites O. Suan
Electrical Installation and Maintenance Computer Hardware Servicing
Crispin S. Cuerbo
Crispin S. Cuerbo Alejandro Cadeliňa Bernardo P. Uba P.
Crispin S. Cuerbo Alejandro Cadeliňa Bernardo P. Uba Ronaldo F. Paloma Grace R. Gules P.
Rogelio Vallespin Lito Jean Merino Larry Hunahunan Jerome Christian S. Rugas Ms. Larah Geillene Mirabelles Mr. Niňo Neil A. Bisnar Mr. Angelo Duguil
Rodil C. Dagaas
Y2- Fish Cookery
Medelina G. Tubo
Medelina G. Tubo Evangeline Juanillo C.
Luz U. Acevedo Gina C. Carmen
Mariz Opez Marie Janica Ilaygan Vincent Aguilar
Medelina G. Tubo Y3 – Fruit & Vegetable Preservation Medelina G. Tubo Gina C. Carmen Gerry S. Essguerra Luz U. Acevedo Gerry S. Essguerra Evangeline Juanillo C.
Reyjun Jumawan Renzo Comanda Jay-ar Adlao
Princess Pendejito Vegetable Cookery Gina C. Carmen Gerry S. Essguerra Luz U. Acevedo e-Poster Making Rhea Yparraguirre J. Rhea Yparraguirre Joel L. Yparraguirre J. Gina C. Carmen Gerry S. Essguerra Luz U. Acevedo Evelyn Almocera Imelda B. Alkuino Mellania N. Garcia Ronaldo F. Paloma E. Dawnelli M. Luar Phil Merdell M. Luar Keziah Grace B. Presto Edsil T. Pedraverde Arianna S. Macarido Jay Roman De Veyra Jayclair V. Sumipo Marianne S. Tabugon Allen Neihl P. Alzate Ariel O. Animo March Wilhelm L. Arraz Facial Make-up Eufracia Arreza H. Myrna Yparraguirre Marites O. Suan Manicure/ Pedicure Myrna Yparraguirre Marites O. Suan Poster Making Evangeline Juanillo C. M. Eufracia H. Arreza Myrna Yparraguirre Marites O. Suan Armando B. Tubo Annabelle Tumulak Gil L. Bansig Vanessa Mytha P. Frnandez O. Dirreck Bryan D. Losentes Peter Ville C. Carmen Hans Joshua L. Saballa Hanford P. Barola Mary Angelique F. Pasoc Jenny Babe B.Paglinawan Peter Raymond A. Olaer Julie E. Cayamay Mary Angelie D. Abadiez Rhain Laurence P. Congayo Phil Merdell M. Luar Joybel B. Banosong Arnie C. Oldem Franklin C. Calonia Joselito P. Estebat, Jr. M. M. Eufracia H. Arreza Myrna Yparraguirre Marites O. Suan Ray Layka C. Yerro Rica C. Sahali Pauline Miel M. Roy M. Amparo Rebena Lagahit Wyncyl Alferez Albelle Ann Cempron Jacquelyn Potes
and spring onions. 2. Therefore. To counteract these.Jay-ar C. Parents Fr.Commercial Cooking NC II/ Assessor. Vegetable Burger Patty. Animo Jaryl O. eggplant. and parents were invited to display fruits and vegetables at the school quadrangle during the Culminating Activity on July 27. advisers. Cherry S. it is appropriate that the Holy Eucharist be celebrated before any undertakings. The whole-day display of fruits and vegetables at very reasonable prices aims to further advocate to the entire community the benefits of including vegetable as part of the healthy diet. Olvis . araw-araw itong ihain”. Dela Peňa. ALS Learners. ALS learners. Mass Celebration The Eucharist is the source and the summit of all the Sacraments and the center of faith. the following activities were undertaken: 1. 2012. the students were holding poster-slogans and placards depicting this year’s theme “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin. Among the vegetables planted are pechay. a cooking demonstration was held at the school quadrangle on July 27. 4 . Other Activities ACTIVITY Vegetable Cooking Demonstration Fruit & Vegetable Carving Demonstration Fruit & Vegetable Displays Mass Supplementary Feeding Program PERSON INVOLVED Cherynn S. Ramil A. Adlao Jay Roman D. 3. Some vegetables were directly planted on plots while other vegetables were planted on plastic pots. Vegetable Lumpia. Badillo Jessie Rie M. This was done by Mrs. 4. Sabarillo B. Payosing Junna Rose E. Commercial Cooking Teachers IV. 2012. Vegetable Gardening After the launching parade on July 2. De Veyra Ariel O. the students then proceeded to their respective pre-assigned areas for the school-wide gardening activity. Realista Mrs. Olvis Commercial Cooking Students Mrs. Fruit and Vegetable Display Market vendors. Vegetable Cooking Demonstration Among the reasons cited for low consumption of vegetables include dislike for vegetables because of taste and texture and that vegetables are expensive and require more time to prepare. HIGHLIGHTS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS To address issues on health and nutrition and to answer the three (3) objectives of this year’s Nutrition Month celebration. Grade 7 Teachers. Rosita Beltran Eboňa Market Vendors. 5. Launching Parade This was participated by the Fourth Year Level students. During the parade. Cherynn S. 2012. Among the recipes she demonstrated are Buco Pancit. and TVE teachers. and Camote Tops Juice.
President Secretary Treasurer Auditor PIOs Name Allen Neihl P. There was also an Induction of Officers for the TVE students as well as for the teachers’ organization. This was attended by the entire school community.There can be no greater proclamation of the Gospel than the very Paschal mystery itself: Jesus. 6. Aguilar Grade 7 : Hans Joshua Saballa Year/Section IV. TVE STUDENTS OFFICERS Position President Vice. Reyes. Mrs. Realista as the Officiating Priest.Alkuino IV. Induction of Officers In an effort to build stronger and more active students’ and teachers’ organization. and dietary fibers. an induction of officers was held during the culminating program on July 27. Rita S. A Holy Mass is celebrated at TMENHS quadrangle on July 27. During the program. Supplementary Feeding Program A supplementary feeding program for the sixty-four (64) Grade 7 students identified as severely wasted and wasted was initiated by the School Nurse. She also pointed out that eating vegetables can help prevent major non‐ communicable diseases and eating a variety of these together with fruits ensures an adequate intake of most micronutrients. the Secondary School Principal III of TMENHS encouraged the learners to include vegetables in their meals. Cherry S. 8. Avila Mc Jun S. Dela Peňa during the Culminating Activity on July 27. The activity was made possible through the cooperation and assistance extended by the Commercial Cooking teachers in preparing the food and drinks to be served as well as to the Grade 7 advisers for the help extended in facilitating the smooth implementation of the supplementary feeding program. Students and coaches were awarded with Certificates of Recognition. Culminating Program Shortly after the celebration of the Holy Mass. Ramil A. a Culminating Program was held at TMENHS Main Campus Quadrangle. Jabagaton Sunshine Mae S. 7. 2012 with the school principal Madam Rita S.Alkuino IV-Alkuino III. Virtudazo Karyll L. A. Reyes as the Inducting Officer. This feeding program is only part and parcel of the Supplementary Feeding Program of the TMENHS for SY 2012-2013 to be done once a month from July 2012 to March 2013. giving his flesh and blood to be the nourishment of both body and soul. 2012 at the Food Trades Shop. The announcement of winners in different areas of specialization was done during the Culminating Program.Dollete III-Dollete 5 . Mrs. It was further highlighted by the showcasing of talents of the students from all Year Levels. 2012 with Fr. Alzate Annaliza T.
These decorative food carvings can be used as decorations or appetizers. and its creative presentation may help promote vegetable consumption especially among school-aged children. Juanillo Bernardo P.Year II: Phil Merdell M. but the visual effect is worth the extra effort. 10. Sina Muse Prince Evangeline C. Cuerbo Qualification Visual Graphic Design NC III Dressmaking NC II/ Beauty Care NC II Building Wiring Installation NC II Building Wiring Installation NC II ICF Teacher Technical Drawing Teacher Commercial Cooking NC II Building Wiring Installation NC II Peace Officers Alejandro P. flowers were also formed from carved fruits and vegetables such as aster from tomatoes. hardboiled egg and carrot were formed into a penguin. Suan Crispin S. tulip from red bell pepper. and carnation from turnips. Tabugon Peace Officers Grade 7 : Honeycirl Lumpayao Year II: John Arsal Ganot Year III: Laica Jane Garcia Year IV: Jelaiza Avanzado Muse Prince Princess Pendijeto Jhalon Niňo Prado II II-Degorio III-Dollete IV-Alkuino II-Degorio III-Dollete IV-Alkuino IV-Alkuino III-Dollete B. Among the creative results presented are: pineapple. carrot. Gules Medelina G. Fruit and Vegetable Carving Demonstration Fruit and vegetable carving demonstration was conducted by Mrs.President Secretary Treasurer Name Rhea J. 2012 at the Food Trades Shop. chayote. rose from tomato skin/peel. Fernandez Norma G. it was observed that carving fruits and vegetables takes some time and patience. Yparraguirre Marites O. and red bell paper were combined to form a duck. Luar Year III: Renzo Commanda Year IV: Mariane S. TECHNOLYMPICS 6 . Esguerra Grace R. Uba 9. Cadeliňa Reynaldo A. During the demonstration. Yparraguirre Gerry S. TVE TEACHERS OFFICERS Position President Vice. Tubo Qualification Visual Graphic Design NC III Commercial Cooking NC II Computer Hardware Servicing NC II Commercial Cooking NC II Position Auditor PIOs Name Joel L. The observers include the TVE teachers and students from different areas of specialization. Rosita Beltran Eboňa on July 30.
Abamongga III-Penales IV .Degorio III-Dollete III.To give students the opportunity to showcase their expertise in their respective field of specialization. Presto Annafe A.Alkuino IV. Rugas Angelou Duguil YEAR & SECTION IV. Ilaygan Mariz D. The results were as follows: TITLE OF THE CONTEST Construction of Center Table RANK 1 2 3 NAME OF WINNER Greggy John S.Lusanta IV.Dela Salde II. Yparraguirre Computer Hardware Servicing 1 2 3 TITLE OF THE CONTEST Fish Cookery RANK 1 2 3 NAME OF WINNER Marie Janica C. Amparo Rebena R. Nodalo Rose Malber E. Bisnar Jerome Christian R.Depay IV. Arreza Eufracia H. Delos Santos Cedie C. Acevedo Rhea J.Tumulak IV. Sinday Ricky G. Yparraguirre Rhea J. Carmen Luz U. Paquigbao Albelle Ann C.Lusanta IV. Esguerra Gina C. Suan Marites O. Tubo Araceli P. Lagahit Wyncyl Alferez Ray Lyka C. Tubo Armando B. Aguilar Renzo P. Arreza 7 . Dagaas COACH Evangeline C. Jumawan Maynard M. Abucay Araceli P. Esguerra Gina C.Dela Salde II-Depay III. Uba Rodil C.Alkuino IV-Gallogo IV. Potes Ariel O. De Asis Rogelio Vallepin Lito Jean Merino Larry Hunahunan Niňo Neil A. Yparraguirre Myrna M. Cempron Princess A. Yparraguirre Myrna M.Escabal III. Suan Myrna M.Cordova III. Arante Len Gean G. Cadeliňa Children’s Wear 1 2 3 Electrical Installation and Maintenance 1 2 3 Bernardo P. Animo Arianna S. a SKILLS TECHNOLYMPICS was conducted per qualification in the respective TVE shops. Dagaas Rodil C.Dollete COACH Armando B. Yparraguirre Manicure/ Pedicure 1 2 3 Table Skirting 1 2 3 Eufracia H. Juanillo Medelina G. Sumalili Ashley S. Tubo Evangeline C.Degorio II.Dela Salde III.Cordova YEAR & SECTION II. Pendejito Jackylyn I.Escabal III . Carmen Luz U.Dollete IV.Dela Salde III.Cordova IV. Yparraguirre Rhea J. Sahali Pauline S. Opez Vincent Ray B.Alkuino IV-Medel III. Sacarez John Bert Silmogan Joy A. Tubo Armando B. Asna Fruit Preservation 1 2 3 Vegetable Cookery 1 2 3 e-Poster Making 1 2 3 Hair & Make-Up 1 2 3 Marites O. Yero Rica C. Abucay Crispin S. Macarido Allen Neihl P. Juanillo Gerry S.Alkuino II-Depay III. Abucay Araceli P. Cuerbo Alejandro P.Gallogo IV. Suan Marites O. Dagaas Rodil C. Suan Marites O.Obo II.Forones IV-Gallogo IV. Comanda Reyjhun B. Miel Jemimah Grace B.Lusanta III. Acevedo Gerry S. Alzate Roy M.
Construction of Nursery and Vermiculture Shed To restore soil health and nutritional value in food. This collaborative effort between the Department of Agriculture and the Department of Education is very timely for this year’s nutrition month celebration centers on promoting vegetables and its nutritional benefits.it was raining . Animo IV-Alkuino IV-Alkuino IV-Medel IV-Lusanta IV-Tumulak IV-Alkuino Myrna M. a nursery and vermiculture shed was constructed at Tabon M. Vermiculture is an ancient form of creating a medium to produce organic fertilizers by way of farming or growing a group of worm to digest organic matter. Parade What went well? -it was still a success in spite of the rain -it cultivates teamwork What Went Wrong? . and students the celebration becomes a success. Yparraguirre 11. teachers. Suan Myrna M.All teachers must be enjoined to participate in the parade . Yparraguirre Myrna M. But through the financial support of the TMENHS Parent-Teacher Association.School Administration should closely monitor the implementation of the planned activities to ensure maximum participation of the school community 2. Norma G. Mrs. EVALUATION To evaluate the success of the 2012 Nutrition Month Celebration. what went wrong. PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED AND HOW THESE WERE SOLVED Unavailability of contest materials due to budget constraints posed as a major challenge in the implementation of the various activities and skills competition. The result is summarized as follows: Activities 1. Badilla Ariel O.it was not widely participated 8 . (PTA. Each area was asked to cite what went well. Orong Arnel F. Arreza Marites O. Paloma Michael A. vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income. Estrella National High School. Espanillo Jessie Rie M. and to increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers.) and the collaborative efforts of the administration. Yparraguirre Eufracia H.Napkin Folding 1 2 3 Janice L. and what could be improved. Sina was assigned to oversee the construction of the nursery and vermiculture shed. V. an evaluation form was distributed to contest organizers/activity in-charge. Yparraguirre Poster Slogan Contest 1 2 3 Rhea J. VI.not all TVE teachers participated in the parade What could be improved? -Wide dissemination of the activity to be conducted to ensure students and teachers maximum participation . Sabarillo Junna Rose E. Vegetable Gardening -Develop students’ attitudes towards vegetable gardening . Making use of worm / earthworm to make organic fertilizer is called vermicomposting. Inc. Inc.
There should be a shop intended for Beauty Care 3.4 Computer Hardware Servicing 3. Manicure/Pedicure 9 .1 Construction of Center Table 3.2 Sewing Children’s Dress 3.7 Vegetable Cookery What went well? . TECHNOLYMPICS 3.Some students were not able to submit their finished outputs due to power interruptions . What Went Wrong? What could be improved? 3.5 Fish Cookery -It allows students to enhanced their skills & to demonstrate mastery of the competency competed .3 Electrical Installation & Maintenance 3. . .It allows students to develop ideas on innovative vegetable preparations.1 e-Poster Making Contest .6 Fruits & Vegetables Preservation It allows student to demonstrate creativity in preparing fruits & vegetables not focusing to only one recipe Activities 3.2 Facial Make-over Successfully done.A one-is-to-one student-computer ratio must be provided to allow more students to participate in the contest 3.It was not conducted on a one-time setting due to insufficient number of computer units . -It allows students to express their ideas creatively -It allows students to demonstrate mastery of the tools used.The contests were held at the FBS Lab since there is no existing Beauty Care Shop -There was an .There were no available materials to be used in the contest .It enhances students skills in different ways of preparing fish dishes 3. Successfully done.3.Materials to be used for the contest must be requested earlier from the Supply Office to ensure availability during the scheduled date. 10.
-The demonstration time is too short. The demonstration must be done at the quadrangle to allow students and teachers to observe and learn the different ways of preparing fruits & vegetables creatively. . argument between the coaches and contestants regarding the proper procedure in the contest . It provided to both teachers and students It was only done at the Food Trades Shop where there were not many viewers. 3. Vegetable Cooking Demonstration The demonstrator did her best to finish her task. Activities What went well? What Went Wrong? viewers. Fruit/Vegetable Carving Well-done. Poster-Slogan Contest -The posterslogans were made creatively by the students 5. What could be improved? 6.a smaller venue with less number of -There must be a wide dissemination of information regarding the contest to be held to encourage more students to participate in the contest.Guideline & mechanics of the contest shall be read before the start of the contest to ensure that coaches & contestant are properly guided 4. Give the demonstrator an ample to do her task in an open venue to allow the school community to enjoy it. 11 Table Skirting Successfully done. 10 . 12 Napkin Folding Successfully done.Some outputs shows that there some students lack understanding of what a slogan is and how it shall be constructed -It was first done in the quadrangle but it was interrupted and continued in the Food Trades Shop.3.
Estrella National High School through the various activities such as the parade around Barangay Tabon participated by the Fourth Year students and TVE teachers. 10. . -Invite some more parents and stakeholders to display marketable farm products -Students must also be encouraged to buy the products displayed by the invited vendors. -Certificates of students who won in the contests they participated were not distributed during the awarding. -It helps students to increase their knowledge on food preference . This year’s theme: “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin. vegetable cooking contests. -Some students were just playing inside the classroom during the mass celebration.Started on time.The feeding for severely wasted and wasted students should be done more frequently to better address malnutrition issues. 11 . .Some students were ashamed to take part in the feeding program. Supplementary Feeding Program 9. CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS The celebration of the Nutrition Month in schools creates awareness among the school-aged children on the importance of healthy diet and to call the entire school community’s attention and action on a particular issue on health and nutrition. araw-araw itong ihain” is aimed at increasing vegetable consumption as part of a healthy diet to address micronutrient deficiencies and non‐communicable diseases. VII. demonstrations on vegetable cooking & carving. simultaneous vegetable gardening during the launching.Teachers must stay with their students to minimize noise and ensure that students proper conduct during the mass. Induction of Officers All officers were present and inducted. . -Time is too short to carry out all the planned activities meaningfully . .A meaningful homily was given. 11. TVE Coordinators and the teachers should instruct the officers to wear their school uniform during the oath taking to observe proper decorum.The foods prepared were nutritious. Fruits & Vegetables Trade Fair -Well-done. vegetable trade fair showcasing various vegetables in the locality. Celebration of the Holy Eucharist -Well-done. . These objectives have been successfully achieved by Tabon M. -The officers were not wearing their school uniform.It was also participated by the ALS Learners -There were only few students who buying fruits & vegetables displayed in the quadrangle 8. and increasing the demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers. poster‐making contests on the importance of vegetables on the diet. promoting vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income. and the supplementary feeding program for sixty-four (64) severely wasted and wasted Grade 7 students. -The sponsoring be wellprepared in order to carry out all the planned activities meaningfully.7. Culminating Activity -Successfully done.
and increase demand for vegetables to help local vegetable farmers. Fruit and Vegetable Display F. YPARRAGUIRRE Teacher I/ TVE Teachers President A T T A C H M E N T S DEPED MEMORANDUM NO. the event will be specific areas to be competed. Sample Letter of Invitation E. 101.2. S. Technolympics F. Vegetable Gardening Activity F. 4. Evaluation Forms F. Oath Taking of TVE Students Officers and Teachers Officers F. 9. it would be much better if for the next school years to come. For the skills competition or technolympics in the eight (8) areas of specialization held as a joint activity during the Nutrition Month Celebration.10. Poster Slogan Contest I. Sample Program C. Culminating Program F.The activities undertaken does not only focus in informing the students and other individuals on the importance of eating vegetables and its nutritional benefits but also to promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food and income.1. List of TVE Teachers Prepared by: RHEA J. Memorandum B. Sample Certificates D. 5. Supplementary Feeding Program F. ATTACHMENTS A. VII. 8.12. 6. 3. Construction of Nursery and Vermiculture Shed F. 2012 12 . Vegetable Cooking Demonstration F. 11. Pictorials F. Parade F. Mass Celebration F. 7. Fruit and Vegetable Carving Demonstration F.
SAMPLE PROGRAM 14 .
SAMPLE PROGRAM 15 .
SAMPLE CERTIFICATES WINNING CONTESTANT WINNING COACH 16 .
SAMPLE CERTIFICATES JUDGE VENDOR 17 .
SAMPLE LETTER OF INVITATION
SAMPLE LETTER OF INVITATION
SAMPLE LETTER OF INVITATION 21 .
SAMPLE EVALUATION FORM 22 .
EVALUATION 23 .
EVALUATION 24 .
and TVE teachers. Students were holding poster-slogans and placards depicting this year’s theme “Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin. 2012 A launching parade participated by the Fourth Year Level students. araw-araw itong ihain”. 25 .P I C T O R I A L S Launching Parade on July 2. advisers.
and TVE Teachers actively participated in the parade amidst the rain. 2012 The Fourth Year Students. 26 .Launching Parade on July 2. Class Advisers.
27 .Vegetable Gardening Garden preparation & clean-up by the Year.II students at the school facade.
Vegetable Gardening Vegetable gardening and preparation by the Commercial Cooking students and teachers near the Food Trades Lab 28 .
Sina and the Grade 7 students while preparing the pots to be planted with vegetables at the back of the Science Laboratory.Vegetable Gardening Mrs. Norma G. 29 .
Vegetable Gardening The students are actively engaged in cleaning and planting spring onions in the plot at the back of the Science Laboratory. 30 .
Mrs. Anquiliano and the FBS students while planting spring onions at the back of Science Laboratory. 31 . Juanita M. Marites O. Suan and her students while preparing for the area to be planted with vegetables near the Speech Laboratory.Vegetable Gardening Mrs.
Vegetable Gardening Visual Graphic Design Year IV students happily participated in the vegetable gardening right after the launching parade. 32 .
33 .Fruit and Vegetable Display Teachers. and parents were buying fruits & vegetables displayed by the market vendors and ALS Learners in the main campus quadrangle. students.
VEGETABLE COOKING DEMONSTRATION A cooking demonstration at the school quadrangle by Mrs. Vegetable Lumpia. Olvis .Commercial Cooking NC II/ Assessor. Her recipes include Buco Pancit. Cherynn S. and Vegetable Burger Patty. 34 .
The students as well as the teachers are engrossed in watching the cooking demonstration. 35 .
36 . Ramil A. Realista as the Officiating Priest.Mass Celebration A Holy Mass at TMENHS quadrangle with Fr.
Mass Celebration TVE students’ officers while taking oath during the mass. 37 .
38 .Supplementary Feeding Program A Feeding program for the sixty-four(64) Grade 7 students identified as severely wasted and wasted.
Supplementary Feeding Program The School Nurse. She was assisted by the Commercial Cooking teachers and Grade 7 advisers. 2012 at the Food Trades Laboratory. Cherry S. 39 . Mrs. Dela Peňa during the Feeding Program on July 27.
Tumulak and Mr. Annabelle O.CULMINATING PROGRAM Ms. Secondary School Head Teacher III delivered her Welcome Remarks. Josefina A. Mrs. Caryl Ivan L. Edulan hosted the celebration. 40 . Arienza.
CULMINATING PROGRAM 41 .
CULMINATING PROGRAM 42 .
CULMINATING PROGRAM 43 .
CULMINATING PROGRAM 44 .
Mrs. Reyes. Estrella National High School.CULMINATING PROGRAM An inspirational message is delivered by the Secondary School Principal III of Tabon M. 45 . Rita S.
Rita S.CULMINATING PROGRAM Induction of TVE Students’ Officers for SY 2012-2013 by the School Principal Mrs. Reyes. 46 .
Reyes as the Inducting Officer. 47 . Rita S.CULMINATING PROGRAM Induction of TVE Teachers’ Officers for SY 2012-2013 with the School Principal Mrs.
48 . Mrs. Josefina A. She was assisted by Mrs. Secondary School Head Teacher III.CULMINATING PROGRAM The School Principal. Arienza. Reyes personally handed out the certificates to the winning participants of the contests held for the 2012 Nutrition Month Celebration. Rita S.
Rosita Beltran Eboňa at the Food Trades Laboratory. 49 .FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CARVING DEMONSTRATION Fruit and Vegetable Carving Demonstration is being done by Mrs.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CARVING DEMONSTRATION The teachers in Commercial Cooking as well as those who are handling other areas of specialization are witnessing the demonstration. 50 .
tulip from bell pepper. rose from tomato skin/peel and Carnation from turnips. 51 .FRUIT AND VEGETABLE CARVING DEMONSTRATION The pineapple fruit and chayote were being transformed into a duck while the hard-boiled egg combined with carrot was made to look like a penguin. An array of flowers carved from vegetables like an aster from tomatoes.
52 .NURSERY AND VERMICULTURE SHED The construction of Nursery and Vermiculture Shed at the back of Science Laboratory.
NURSERY AND VERMICULTURE SHED Vermicuture preparation with Mrs. Sina and Mrs. 53 . Norma G. Arienza together with the Grade 7 students. Josefina A.
NURSERY AND VERMICULTURE SHED The School Principal Mrs. 54 . Anquiliano. Rita S. Reyes visits the Nursery & Vermiculture Shed with Mrs.
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS Construction of Center Table ( Furniture & Cabinet Making) 55 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS Sewing Children’s Dress 56 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The students are installing boxes. 57 . lamp holder. The students are fixing the wirings or making connections. PVC conduit. & switches.
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The contestants for Fish Cookery and Vegetable Cookery are listening to the instructions given by Mrs. Gerry S. 58 . Esguerra.
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS Contestants are buying the ingredients for the recipes they planned to cooked. Innovative Vegetable Cookery is being done by the Fourth Year Contestants while judges and students are observing them. 59 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS Fish Cookery and Fruit Preservation Contestants are buying ingredients from the items with price tags displayed on top of the table. Innovative Fish Cookery Contestants are busy calculating the selling price per serving of the cooked fish. 60 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS e-POSTER Making Contest First Placer by Ariel O. Animo of IV-Class Alkuino e-POSTER Making Contest Second Placer by Arianna S. Macarido of IV-Class Gallogo 61 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS e-POSTER Making Contest Third Placer by Allen Neihl P. Alzate of IV-Class Alkuino 62 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The contest materials for Facial Make-over LEFT: Applying moisturizer to prevent the skin from losing vital oils. RIGHT: re-shaping the eyes by drawing a pencil line on the inside of the lower lid above the lash line. 63 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The contestants showcased their manicure/pedicure skills. 64 . Contest Proper for Manicure/Pedicure Event.
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The contestants are creatively showcasing their skills in table skirting. 65 .
Artichoke 5. Candle 6. Banana 2. Sailboat and candle special folds: 1. Aure 3. Bishop’s Hat 7. Bun warmer 2. Star 8. Diagonal Stripe 66 . Fan 3.SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS Napkin Folding Skills Contest The three (3) contestants are performing the eight(8) basic napkin folds as follows: 1. Butterfly 4.
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS The participants of the Poster-Slogan Making Contest are very engrossed in making their entries. 67 .
SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS THE JUDGING PROCESS 68 .
... 69 .SKILLS COMPETITION/TECHNOLYMPICS and the winners for the Poster-Slogan Contest are.
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