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Nutrition Month Culmination


July 30, 2012 Opening Prayer: National Anthem: Opening Salvo Welcome Address -

MIC Band Ms. Gretchin Q. San Juan

Aero Dance Presentation High School Students Awarding: Quiz Bee 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Poster Making Contest 1st place----------2nd place---------3rd place---------Essay Writing Contest 1st place-------------2nd place------------3rd place-------------Table Setting Contest Champion -----------1st Runner-up---------2nd Runner-up ---------Cooking Contest Champion -----------1st Runner-up----------2nd Runner-up ----------Closing Remarks: Ms. Dina D. Barros-Ceballo VPAA Closing Prayer: Ms. Apple Tapolgo Master of Ceremony: Roar Callaman Gretchin Q. San Juan Prepared by: Mrs. Charimar R. Maacap Mrs. Diana R. Calansingin Event Coordinator Approved by: Ms. Dina-Barros Ceballo VPAA

Nutrition Month Culmination


July 31, 2011 @ 7:00 A.M Theme: Gatas ay Laging Inumin, Kalusuga ay Kamtin Opening Prayer: National Anthem: Welcome Address Intermission Number Health Tips -

Ms. Gretchin Q. San Juan Pre-schoolers Dr. Mirland Redulla and Company

Aero Dance Presentation Elementary Students Grade 1-3 Grade 4 Grade 5 Grade 6 Aero Dance Competition First Year I - Freedom I - Obedience Second Year II - Perseverance II Liberty Third Year III- Justice III- Industry Fourth Year IV - Peace IV - Endurance Awarding: Quiz Bee 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Poster Making Contest 1st place----------2nd place---------3rd place---------Essay Writing Contest 1st place-------------2nd place------------3rd place-------------Table Setting Contest 1st place -----------2nd place -----------3rd place -----------Cooking Contest 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Loraine Hermosilla & Lanilo Pantallon III Justice Christian Paul de Claro & Celine Grace Sanchez Angel Escol & Samantha Balbuena Aira Philline Bureros & Jade Margaret Ando Jayson Tan & Elbert Galindo Nesdel Gaas & Sharmaine Gutierrez Juriel Kate Ponciano Loraine Bell Hermosilla Jade Margaret Ando III- Justice IV- Peace IV-Endurance IV- Peace III- Justice IV- Endurance

` Program Committees Nutrition Month Culmination July 29, 2011 Stage Coordinator Restoration Tabulator Sound System Judges Mrs. Gerlie S. Flores Mr. Roman John Lara Mr. Jake Maloloy-on Mrs. Diana Calansingin Mr. Alestair Apale Mr. Jessie Nario Mr. Eddie Barros Ms. Princess Gestopa

Nutrition Month Culmination


July 25, 2010 Theme: Sa Pagkain nang Tama at Sapat, Wastong Nutrisyon ang Katapat Opening Prayer: National Anthem: Opening Remarks: Inspirational Talk: Mrs. Diana Calansingin Ms. Glenda Ortega Mr. Lovernie Lagmay School Register Ms. Marilyn C. Basio

Opening Salvo: Awarding: Collage Making Contest 1st place 2nd place 3rd place Poster Making Contest 1st place 2nd place 3rd place Essay Writing Contest st 1 place 2nd place 3rd place Awarding: Cooking Contest I-Aguinaldo 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Cooking Contest I-Quezon 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Cooking Contest II-Roxas 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place -----------Cooking Contest II-Osmena 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place Cooking Contest II-Aquino 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place Cooking Contest III-Quirino 1st place ------------Montero Group 93.5% 2nd place -----------Dela Cruz Group 90% 3rd place-----------Lalic Group 85.3% Cooking Contest III- Macapagal 1st place ------------Andripa Group 92% 2nd place -----------Manimog Group 90% 3rd place------------Dansiagan Group 87% Cooking Contest III-Laurel 1st place ------------

` 2nd place ----------3rd place-----------Cooking Contest IV-Magsaysay 1st place ---------- Bojos Group 94% 2nd place ---------- Adlawan Group 92% 3rd place----------- Pepito Group 90% Cooking Contest IV-Garcia 1st place -----------2nd place ----------3rd place ----------Cooking Contest IV-Marcos 1st place ------------Malinao Group 98% 2nd place -----------Villanueva Group 92% 3rd place----------Table Setting Contest 1st place ------------Malinao Group 94% 2nd place -----------3rd place -------------Andripa Group 90% Closing Prayer: Mrs. Evangeline Alvarez Master of Ceremony: John Paul Gonzaga

Prepared by: Mrs. Charimar R. Maacap Mrs. Diana R. Calansingin Event Coordinator

Approved by: Ms. Marilyn C. Basio SSP Principal

DAVAO WISDOM ACADEMY F. Torres St., Davao City Tel No: 225-0164 Date: July 01, 2010 To : All Makabayan, T.L.E. and Filipino Teachers

From : VPAA Re Cc : Schedule of Activities for the Nutrition Month : All Makabayan ,T.L.E and VPFA

Please be informed that all Makabayan, T.L.E. and Filipino Teachers must prepare for the lined of activities for the Nutrition Month Celebration with theme: Pagkain ng gulay ugaliin, araw-araw itong ihain, inform your students of the events/ contest required them to bring materials. Please be guided accordingly.

Dance Contest Collage Making Contest Essay Writing Contest Cooking contest Table Setting contest For your strict compliance.

Elementary and High School Level Elementary and High School Level Elementary and High School Level High School Level High School Level

Nutrition Month Launching


Sunday School Program Theme: Pagkaing tama at sapat, Wastong nutrisyon ang katapat

Program of Activities First Year Fourth Year Level

July 4, 2010 July 11, 2010 July 18, 2010 July 25, 2010

Collage Making Contest Essay Writing Contest Table Setting contest Cooking Contest

Nutrition Month Program of Activities


Theme: Wastong Nutrisyon Kailangan Lifestyle Diseases Iwasan July 26,2009 Opening Prayer: National Anthem: Welcome Address: Inspirational Talk: Awarding: Collage Making 1st place. Group of Raffy Alamis(IV-Garcia) 2nd place ...Group of Bonifacio M. Bagas (III-Laurel) 3rd place ... Group of Johnmark Tamalon (IV-Garcia) Poster Makinng 1st place. Group of Jezchel Jae Batoctoy ( II-Osmena) 2nd place .... Group of Dacera Isabelle ( II-Roxas) 3rd place .... Group of Julieta Sungcoan ( II-Roxas) Essay Writing Contest 1st place Jacell Jay D. Africano (III- Quirino) 2nd place .. Romel S. Lumiguid (I- Aguinaldo) 3rd place .. Maricris M. Tacaran ( ) Health Tips: Mrs. Grethzen Q. San Juan Mrs. Diana calansingn Ms. Glenda Ortega Mr. Lovernie Lagmay (Registrar) Ms. Marilyn C. Basio (Principal)

Cooking Contest

4th Year Level


1st place - 93.3 % ( Pinakbet) - IV Garcia- Leader: Junmark Tamalon 2nd place - 93% ( Chopsuey)- IV Garcia- Leader: Raffy Alamis 3rd place 90.3% ( Vegetable Salad) - IV Magsaysay- Leader: Barimbal Dorren Grace

3rd Year Level


1st place 93.3% (Flour Bell Pepper) - III Macapagal- Leader: Sabala A. Maricel 2nd place 88% ( Pinakbet) III Quirino Leader: 3rd place 87.3% (Ginisang Gulay) III Quirino Leader: Agnes Malinao

2nd Year
1st place - Group of Rodelyn Salinas ( I-Quezon) 2nd place - Group II (II-Roxas) 3rd place

1st Year
1st place Group of Rodelyn Salinas ( I-Quezon) 2nd place Group I ( II-Roxas)

` 3rd place Table Setting Contest 1st place - 92.6% - III Quirino Leader Agnes Malinao 2nd place - 88.3% - IV Magsaysay Leader Dorren Grace Barimbal 3rd place - 86.6% - IV Magsaysay Leader Junmark Tamalon Closing Prayer : Mr. John Paul Gonzaga Master of Ceremony: Mr. Roar Callawan General Faculty Meeting (4:00 7:00 p.m) Prepared by: Mrs. Charimar R. Maacap Mrs. Diana R. Calansingin Event Coordinator

Nutrition Facts
Fast food restaurants use yellow, red, and orange because those are the colors that stimulate hunger. The potato is a plant originally from Peru, and was brought to Europe by explorers. Although white wine can be produced from both red and white grapes, red wine can only be created from red grapes. Red or pink grapefruit is higher in vitamin C than white grapefruit. People who take aspirin regularly should not drink alcohol. Chocolate can be lethal to dogs. People over the age of fifty start to lose their dislike for foods that taste bitter. The average person can live about a month without eating any food, but can only live about a week without water. 97 percent of caffeine must be removed from coffee for it to be labeled "decaffeinated." Passion fruits have a tranquilizing effect on the body. One-third pound stalk of broccoli contains more vitamin C than 204 apples. The name "Snickers" for the popular candy bar was named after a horse that the Mars family owned. It takes about three hours for food to be broken down in the human stomach. The eight most popular foods to cause food allergies are: milk, eggs, wheat, peanuts, soy, tree nuts, fish, and shellfish. There is cyanide in apple pips. The human liver performs over 500 functions. Desserts most likely to cause tooth decay are dark chocolate and fudge. In supermarkets less costly items are often on bottom shelves, whereas more expensive ones are placed at eye level. The first fruit eaten on the moon was a peach. Carrots were first grown as a medicine. Food can only be tasted if it is mixed with saliva. Chocolate contains the same chemical, phenylethylamine, that your brain produces when you fall in love.

` Hippocrates noted the medicinal properties of lettuce in 430 B.C. The most popular ethnic food in the United States is Italian. Blueberries have more antioxidants than any other fruit or vegetables. Eskimos use refrigerators to keep food from freezing. Pregnant women shouldn't drink alcohol in any form as it can cause birth defects. Studies have shown that slow background music can make a person eat food at a slower rate.

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Grade 3, Lesson 1 Healthy Eating 1

Lesson 1 GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Curriculum Expectations: Students will describe the benefits of healthy food choices, physical activity, and healthy bodies. Objectives: Students will learn about GO-GROW-GLOW foods. Suggested Outline Section 1: Introduce Todays Lesson Section 2: Discussion/Background Information Section 3: Activity #1, #2, #3 Section 4: Conclusion Section 1: Introduce Todays Lesson Today we will learn about GO-GROW-GLOW foods by completing various activities. Section 2: Discussion/Background Information Benefits of Healthy Food Choices, Physical Activity, and Healthy Bodies Ask the students, what are some of the benefits of: o healthy food choices, o physical activity, and o healthy bodies? Examples: Essential for proper growth and development Provides essential nutrients and energy Helps to maintain a healthy weight Strengthen heart, lungs and muscles Helps people look and feel good Perform better in school Perform better physically GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Grain products provide carbohydrates and give us energy to go (i.e. run, jump, kick a ball) GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Building Blocks Healthy Eating, Physical Activity, and Oral Health A Lesson Plan Module for Teachers Junior Kindergarten Grade 6 Healthy Eating Grade 3 Lesson 1 Grade 3, Lesson 1 Healthy Eating 2 Milk products and Meat & Alternatives provide protein, calcium and iron, which help us grow! Milk products and meat & alternatives both provide protein. Milk products key nutrients are protein and calcium. Meat & Alternatives key nutrients are protein and iron. GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Vegetables and Fruit provide vitamins A & C, which help our skin and hair glow! Vitamin A helps keep our skin healthy, and helps us see at night. Vitamin C helps cuts heal. Section 3: Activity Activity #1 GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Have them draw pictures of their favourite activities around the Grain Products that give us energy to GO. Have them draw pictures of their growing bodies (i.e., muscles, bones) around the Milk Products and Meat & Alternatives that help us GROW. Have them draw pictures of classmates headshots, including various skin and hair types, around the Vegetables & Fruit that help us GLOW.

` Activity #2 GO-GROW-GLOW Foods Divide class into 6 small groups (breakfast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner, snack) and write the four food groups on a piece of chart paper. Review: breakfast has food from 3 food groups; lunch and supper have food from 4 food groups; snacks have food from 2 food groups. In a day, we should have at least: o 5 servings from the Grain Products food group o 5 servings from the Vegetables & Fruit food group o 3 servings from the Milk Products food group o 2 servings from the Meat & Alternatives food group or 5-5-3-2 Give each group an incomplete meal/snack (Vegetables & Fruit, GLOW, food group is missing) from the activity sheet. Instruct each group to add their favourite food from the Vegetables & Fruit (GLOW) food group to complete the meal/snack. Example: (GP-Grain Products; MP-Milk Products; MA-Meat & Alternatives; VF-Vegetables & Fruit) Lunch tuna sandwich (GP, MA), pudding (MP), and pear slices (VF). Have each group present their complete meal/snack, stating their chosen food from the Vegetables & Fruit (GLOW) food group. As each group presents, place a check-mark under the food group for each food listed. Answer = GP 5 (out of 5), FV 6 (out of 5), MP 4 (out of 3), MA 2 (out of 2). The total is the correct number of servings from all four food groups that we should eat in one day (5-5-3-2)! Grade 3, Lesson 1 Healthy Eating 3 Activity #3 Placemats Instruct each student to create a GO-GROW-GLOW placemat using words and drawings. Students can weave construction paper to make the background for the artwork. The theme of the placemat could be: How Healthy Food Choices and Physical Activity help Build Strong and Healthy Bodies. Distribute Canadas Food Guide to Healthy eating to everyone in the class. Have students come up with a slogan for their artwork and report back to the class. Encourage students to include nutrient-dense foods and examples of their favourite physical activities. Students can include their favourite GO-GROW-GLOW foods. Laminate for home use or display the placemats. Section 4: Conclusion Today we learned about GO-GROW-GLOW foods by completing various activities.

GO Foods
"Almost Anytime Foods"
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BREADSANDCEREALS Without added fat Breads Bread, buns, rolls, bagels, pizza crust, tortillas, pita bread, French bread,waffles, pancakes Pasta Spaghetti, macaroni noodles Rice White and brown rice Cereals All hot and cold cereals (except granola) Crackers Graham, rye crisps, melba toast, crisp bread Snacks Air popped popcorn, pretzels, oven baked tortilla chips, rice and popcorn cakes
VEGETABLES Without added fat All fresh, frozen, or drained canned vegetables like com, green beans, peas, carrots, celery, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, lettuce, tomatoes (except avocado) FRUITS All fresh, frozen, canned or dried fruits like bananas, oranges, apples, applesauce, berries, cherries, grapefruit, pears, oranges, peaches, grapes, pineapple, raisins, figs, dates DAIRY Cheese

Yogurt Milk Part-skim mozzarella, low-fat string cheese, string cheese, farmer cheese, low-fat cottage cheese Low fat yogurt Non-fat, skim, or 1% white and chocolate milk, non-fat dry milk MEATS Baked, broiled, grilled, or microwaved without added fat Beef Trimmed beef, extra lean ground beef, ground beef that has been drained and rinsed Pork Trimmed pork Poultry Chicken and turkey without skin, lean ground chicken and turkey Fish Tuna canned in water, fresh and frozen unbreaded fish and shellfish Legumes Beans, split peas, lentils, hummus, tofu EGGS Without added fat Egg whites or egg substitutes
SPREADS AND SAUCES Dressings Low-fat, light and fat free: salad dressings, mayonnaise, and sour cream Sauces Light syrup, low-fat gravy, tomato sauce Dips Made with low fat or fat free: yogurt, cottage cheese, sour cream, and salad dressings Spices Seasonings without salt like garlic and onion powder, herbs DESSERTS Ice milk, ice milk bars, frozen fruit juice bars, low-fat frozen yogurt, sherbet, chewy fruit snacks, fig bars, ginger snaps, other low-fat cookies, low-fat cakes DRINKS Water, all 100% fruit juices, low-sodium vegetable juices 10 ~

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Slow Foods
"Sometimes Foods"
BREADS AND CEREALS

Without added fat - Breads french toast, taco shells, muffins, cornbread, biscuits Cereal Granola Crackers All varieties not included on the GO list Snacks Popcorn with butter or margarine, taco chips
VEGETABLES

With added fat


All vegetables with added fat and salt; oven baked potatoes like French fries, and hash browns; avocados

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DAIRY Cheese Milk Processed cheese spread 2% milk

MEATS Baked, broiled, grilled or microwaved Beef Lean ground beef, broiled hamburgers Pork Ham, Canadian bacon Poultry Chicken or turkey with skin, breaded baked chicken Processed Low-fat hot dogs and low fat luncheon meat, turkey sausage Fish Tuna canned in oil, baked breaded fish and shellfish Legumes Peanut butter, peanuts and other nuts, canned pork and beans, refried beans EGGS Without added fat Whole eggs scrambled, poached, or boiled SPREADSANDSAUCES Spreads Tartar sauce Dressing Regular salad dressings, mayonnaise, and sour cream Dips Made with sour cream or light cream cheese
DESSERTS Unfrosted cookies and cakes FATS Margarine, vegetable oils

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WHOA Foods
"Once in A While Foods"
BREADSANDCEREALS Breads Croissants, doughnuts, sweet rolls Snacks Chips
VEGETABLES Fried potatoes like french fries, hash browns; other deep-fried vegetables

DAIRY Cheese Milk


American, Colby, Cheddar, Swiss, cream cheese Whole milk

MEATS Beef Pork Poultry Processed Fish Untrimmed beef, regular ground beef, brisket, fried hamburgers Untrimmed pork, ribs, bacon Fried chicken or chicken nuggets Hot dogs, lunch meats, pepperoni, sausage, beef jerky Fried fish and shellfish EGGS With added fat Whole eggs fried or scrambled in fat SPREADSANDSAUCES Sauces Gravy, cheese sauce, cream sauce Dips Made with cream cheese
DESSERTS Frosted cookies and cakes, pies, cheesecake, ice cream, chocolate candies FATS Butter, lard, salt pork DRINKS Soft drinks or beverages with sugar

Glow foods contain a large amount of vitamins and minerals. It helps us to digest our food and be healthy. Glow food make us look beautiful. It makes oru skin smooth and attractive.