Davao Oriental schools reap awards in 2014 Brigada Eskwela Best Implementers, Province Guv: bouncing back after a storm


Province of Davao Oriental – paving the way for enlightening the locals not only on academic matters but also on resilience to face the challenges in a rapidly changing environment, the Department of Education Region XI strengthens local partnership as they award the Brigada Eskwela Best Implementers for 2014 last November 4, 2014 at the National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines-Leadership and Development Center, Davao City wherein four of Davao Oriental schools are among the awardees for different categories.

The Cateel Central Elementary School emerged as 1st Runner-up in the Big School Category, Boston Central Elementary School won 2nd Runner-up in the Small School Category and Kinablangan Central Elementary School ranked 4th Runner-up in the Exceptional Category. For the Secondary Level, Tarragona National High School won 4th Runner-up in the Small School Category.

The awarding ceremony aimed to honor not only the school entries of the contest but also to convey the DepEd’s  deepest gratitude to their private and LGU partners who put primordial concern to the education of the young and have partnered with them in all their endeavors.

Mrs. Nenita E. Lumaad, CESE, DepEd’s Assistant Regional Director and the Officer-in-charge of the office of the Regional Director said that one of the beautiful traits of being a Filipino is acknowledging efforts. She asserted that Davao Region is one of the Best Implementer of Brigada Eskwela nationally.

“This significant citation of the National Office is the result of our convergence and all efforts happened in the field especially done thru the active partnerships of different sectors must be awarded of appreciation,” Mrs. Lumaad said hoping that the awarding rights would also serve as stepping stone for improvement of Brigada Eskwela & other DepEd’s Program.

Gov. Malanyaon delivers her speech before the National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines-Leadership and Development Center in Davao City

Gov. Malanyaon delivers her speech before the National Educators’ Academy of the Philippines-Leadership and Development Center in Davao City

Meanwhile Governor Corazon N. Malanyaon congratulates the winners of different categories particularly the Schools from Davao Oriental. She is also delighted for the Schools in Boston, Cateel and Baganga that earned awards respectively for their exemplary achievement because, she said, that this is a proof that these 3 Municipalities, which were the hardest hit of Typhoon Pablo in 2012 are now able to bounce back from the staggering devastation of the incident.

On the part of the Provincial LGU having these exemplary schools in its midst, Governor Malanyaon defined it as a strong and bright future for its constituents since a well-educated populace also means capacitated and empowered people as partners for local government.

“There can be no progress if its constituency remains shrouded in ignorance and illiteracy,” she said.

Governor Malanyaon reminisce the extremities of weather that ravaged the 3 municipalities in Davao Oriental. She said that physical properties may be lost, but education cannot be snatched away from its holder even by super typhoons.

“With learned and educated people, ordeals in any form could become stepping stones for growth and improvement, thus, supporting the educational institutions is for the good and advantage of Local Government Units,” Governor Malanyaon said as she motivates school awardees to continually serve as models for others in striving to surmount obstacles in any form. By Van Jorain O. Rufin, Photo by Eden Jhan Licayan

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