Moises Padilla ES students,
teachers win big in DSPC
Moises Padilla Elementary School (MPES) students and teachers presented their awards from the recent Division Schools Press Conference (DSPC), held at the Negros Occidental High School, to town mayor Ella Garcia-Yulo.
Among the 60 schools that joined the campus journalism competition, the MPES was awarded first place Best Performing School in English, first runner-up - Best Performing School, while its news letter won second for Best School Paper, a press release said.
Grace Aurelio was awarded the Highest Pointer Adviser and Best Performing Adviser in English.
For the group category, MPES was the champion in Collaborative Desktop Publishing, second for English Broadcasting, and third place winner for Filipino Broadcasting, the press release said.
In the individual category, Khayze Presquito won first place for English Feature Writing, English Science and Technology Writing, and first in Highest Pointer Journalist.
Chesa Joyce Canopin placed second for English Editorial Writing, while Adriel Joseff Aurelio won third in English Copyreading and Headline Writing, fourth in English Newswriting, and was the second Highest Pointer Journalist.
Jimmarie Isabel Basilio placed 8th in English Sports Writing, Zyra Mondigo was 7th in Filipino Science and Technology Writing, Ralph Lester Caminade took the 9th place in Filipino Sports Writing, and Regine Nalagon was 10th place in Filipino Copyreading and Headline Writing, the press release added.*
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