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BUTUAN CITY – Mayor Ferdinand Amante, Jr. had left for Tacloban Ciy Sunday with a team of doctors, paramedics, employees from the City Engineers Office, and some members of the local police aboard a dump truck and rescue vehicles to assist in the cleaning and clearing operations in the Eastern Visayas city which a top US military official said was “devastated” by Supertyphoon “Yolanda” last Friday. Read the rest of this entry

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JUST as the Power Sector Assets and Liabilities Management Corporation (PSALM) lately announced the impending refund that would soon be reflected in the electric bills of consumers in Luzon and Mindanao regions, the state-owned National Power Corp (Napocor), on the other hand, is seeking an increase in electricity rates across the country to recoup higher costs brought about by a weak peso and more expensive fuel. Read the rest of this entry

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Safety violations are detrimental to transmission operations and public safety, said Beth Ladaga, National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) Mindanao Regional Corporate Communications and Public Affairs Officer, during the Media Orientation on ROW Violations in Lanao and Facility Tour in Iligan Area Control Center, yesterday, March 26. Read the rest of this entry


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Synergeia project: Education, a collaboration of all stakeholders
Read 48 times | Posted on July 31, 2015

By BONG D. FABE
Contributing Editor

VILLANUEVA, Misamis Oriental — It has been said time and again that education is not just the sole purview of schools or of the Department of Education (DepEd).
And the Reading and English Proficiency Program of the STEAG State Power, Inc. (SPI) in partnership with the Synergeia Foundation and other stakeholders like the DepEd, local government unit, the community and the academe like Xavier University has proven its veracity.
“Thanks to SPI’s Reading and English Proficiency Program, we have attained our highest rating in the National Achievement Test (NAT) for elementary schools this year at 85 percent,” said Elsa P. Millanes, the program’s coordinators for the Vicente N. Chavez Memorial Central School (VNCMCS).
The program, locally called “Manghud, Magulang”, which aims to give elementary school pupils a solid foundation that will eventually launch them to be globally competitive, is a multi-stakeholder approach to education. It aims to strengthen one of the important foundations in the learning process, which is reading and English proficiency, and thus improved their academic performance.
Proficiency in English is a foundation of a better grasp of such important subjects as science and mathematics, said SPI president and CEO Dr. Bodo Goerlich during the program’s launching in 2007.
“Ultimately, we want our students to excel in these fields [English, Science, and Mathematics] for them to be more prepared as they aspire to become more globally competitive,” he said.
Pupils’ low academic performance has been mainly attributed to difficulties in reading and comprehension.
“If pupils can read the question and comprehend well, then naturally they can answer the question. Kay kung dili sila makasabot, dili man pud sila maka-answer (If they don’t understand, they also cannot answer),” Millanes said.
Performer School
Before “Synergeia” as the program is popularly called locally, the most that VNCMCS pupils get during NAT was 79% in 2012. Prior years showed their NAT rating was way below passing grade, at 65%. Then it slowly clawed up to P69%, then 70%.
This is mainly due to the efforts of teachers who despite the “burden” that it entails continue their labor of love: they have to make or buy their own reading manuals and materials to make it easy for pupils to understand the lessons and comprehend the English language.
But with teachers like Millanes, whose dedication to educating children is like a second nature that it just comes naturally, the school’s NAT rating continue to rise through the years until it reached 83% in 2014.
Millanes thought that they have already reached the zenith, but she was happily surprised to know that this year 2015, the school’s NAT rating is 85%, the highest so far since the school’s founding.
“The last two years, nag-increase gyud og dako ang among achievement rates sa NAT for elementary,” she proudly proclaimed.
“The academic achievement of the school depends on the learning of the pupils. Without any references, books and manuals, we cannot enhance their lessons. If the student cannot comprehend well, it will
lead to poor achievement of pupils. Sa instruction pa lang daan, telling them what to do, diha gyud magsumikad. If the pupils cannot understand the direction and cannot comprehend the question, they cannot answer correctly,” she explained.
Collaborative Effort
Education, thus, is a collaborative effort.
With the help and support of stakeholders, it is not surprising that VNCMCS is a “performer school”, an achiever school.
“We are very proud that the district of Villanueva, especially us here in this school, we frequently host regional contests. This is because we are supported by the LGU. And we have sent representatives to various national championships. This also because we have a very good relationship with the community,” Millanes disclosed.
She added: “We are really very grateful for the support of all stakeholders to elevate our school’s overall performance, not just our pupils’.”
It is also to the stakeholders that the Vicente N. Chavez Memorial Central School, through Millanes, expressed gratefulness for passing the second level of accreditation in the School-Based Management (SBM) category of the Basic Education Sector Reform Agenda (BESRA).
SBM, a Key Thrust 1 of BESRA to raise school performance, is a means of localizing governance starting at the grassroots level in the DepEd. It is based on the national policy of decentralization originally set by the Philippine Local Government Code of 1991 (RA 7160) as a response to the new challenges for sustainable human development by enabling local communities to become self-reliant and more effective partners in the attainment of national goals.
In SBM, empowerment of stakeholders is given emphasis to enable them to actively participate in the continuous improvement of the school towards the realization of the desired pupils learning outcomes.
“Without the stakeholders’ support, failure gyud siguro mi ani,” she said.
Key: Read, Read, Read
Despite the school’s achievements, Millanes refused to boast about it because for her, teachers are just facilitators of the learning process of pupils.
If pupils have no strong foundation in reading and English proficiency, stakeholders’ support and teachers’ efforts will not gain much.
“The key here is really read and read and read. The purpose of reading is to enhance learning,” she said.
If pupils can comprehend English, “teachers can now easily facilitate learning because the children are ready for the lessons particular to their grade level. And they can understand and answer simple questions.”
Millanes admitted that despite SPI and Synergeia’s reading program, there are still a number of pupils who can’t read and comprehend English consistent with their grade level. This is because there are really some who are naturally slow readers or even non-readers. These are those who are in the “frustration level.”
Parental support plays a very important factor in the reading and comprehension of pupils. And those in the frustration level have no parental support. Other factors are the environment and lack of educational materials. “The teacher or school factor is very negligible,” she said.
According to Millanes, pupils who belong in the frustration level in reading are those who come from broken families and have no monitoring and support from parents.
The good news, however, is that there are pupils who come from broken families who are naturally resilient and thus excel academically.
“We have many of them here in our school,” she said as she thanked Synergeia and SPI and other stakeholders for providing the necessary manuals, materials and trainings for them to carry out their mandate properly and with success.
“It is easy for us teachers now that we have this reading program. We also no longer need to prepare our own materials and manuals because all lessons are now ready-made. Thus, we can save much time in teaching and guiding pupils. We also minimized on expenses for materials. In short, the burdens placed on our shoulders have been lifted,” she stressed. (Bong D. Fabe)

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By BONG D. FABE
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CAGAYAN de Oro City–No, he is not a snob. Vice Mayor Caesar Ian Acenas is just inept and incompetent as shown by his own admission that his reply to the letters of the City Solid Waste Management Board (CSWMB) was miss-sent to the Social Welfare department instead of to the letters’ sender, Fr. Roberto “Bobby” Yap, a source said yesterday. Read the rest of this entry



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DAVAO CITY — The Regional Highway Patrol Unit 11 (RHPU11) headed by its new regional chief, Police Senior Superintendent Jeronimo T. Carba, has intensified its campaign to arrest person who violated RA 6935, better known as the Anti- Carnapping Law of 1972. Read the rest of this entry

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In a bid to push for cleaner and greener energy sources in Mindanao, key regional government agencies involved in the permitting process of renewable energy (RE) projects have expressed commitment to accelerate processing and updating of RE project applications in the regions. Read the rest of this entry

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TANDAG CITY, Surigao del Sur – The Office of the Provincial Agriculturist (OPAg) here has cited 99.47 percent accomplishment in total area planted with rice for the period September 16, 2014 to March 15, 2015 or the “1st Cropping Season” despite the effect of mild El Niño. Read the rest of this entry

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Did you know our pre-Spanish Kagay-anon ancestors once had their own version of the famous Madison Square Garden? Present-day Kagay-anons will be proud of the fact that they share a common bond with their 15th century forefathers-they all have, at one time or another, taken a stroll along our local square. Read the rest of this entry

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The Provincial Agriculture Office (PAgrO) of Misamis Oriental has identified six municipalities that are heavily affected by El Nino. The long dry spell has been damaging crops and agricultural & aquacultural products in the Municipalities of Balingasag, Lagonglong, Naawan, Opol, Claveria and Jasaan, all in the province of Misamis Oriental. Read the rest of this entry

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An inter-agency and multi-sectoral groups are collectively pushing for the protection of the Agusan-Cugman watershed cluster on the eastern side of Cagayan de Oro, hence the need for a memorandum of agreement (MOA) among local government officials and leaders of civil society organizations. Read the rest of this entry

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As it marks its 45th anniversary this 20th of July, 2015, Cagayan de Oro’s iconic grand dame of hotels pays back its four decades and a half of existence with an outreach program for the poor in two key areas of its host city. Read the rest of this entry

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“Have you ever captured any high fashion-themed images?” This is the question I asked myself when I turned my attention to High Fashion in order to improve my craft in Photography. I’ve been fascinated with Erich Caparas and Von Wong’s innovative and artistic works which continually redefines beauty and arts through Fashion and Editorial themes. There is something on their images which clearly communicate an idea or an emotion. With great inspiration to the visual craft, I opted to create my own style and attempted to combine High Fashion with Travel while adding the conceptual art to Editorial Portraiture. This may seem like an ambitious attempt on combining the ideas but as far as specialization is concerned, I am a diversified lensman. Read the rest of this entry

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Story and Photos by MARK FRANCISCO, Lifestyle Editor

THE Misamis Oriental Filipino-Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MOFCCCI) broke ground last Saturday the refurbishment of the kitchen and dining hall of Mother Theresa Foundation, Inc. located at Upper Puerto, Cagayan de Oro City.
With 76 kids under its care, the Mother Theresa Foundation, Inc. home for the homeless kids has been around since 1997 under the inception of Norma Noble.
Mirroring that of the organization founded by Mother Theresa, the foundation provides street children in Cagayan de Oro with a safe sanctuary, resocializing them such that they acquire positive spiritual, moral and personal values and attitudes in an atmosphere of love, respect, fairness, discipline and hardwork, to be a facilitator of education and learning for the streetchildren’s acquisition of economically productive skills and to provide opportunities for the transformation of such category of children into useful and self reliant citizens.
Along this line, Noble said they are hoping that all the kids under their care from seven to 17 will graduate through college. They are also appealing to the public for kind assistance in the form of clothing, shoes, toiletries, beddings, pillows, blankets, floor wax, door jambs, rice, paint, maintenance tools, tables, chairs, plates, cutlery, stove and gas.
They are also calling for kind donors to pledge and sponsor the education of one child at Mother Theresa Foundation.
Meanwhile, MOFCCCI under the able leadership of president Greg Marten Lao and incoming president Adelfa Sia has slated more charitable activities for the year.

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