Homage to front liners

By Marieto Cleben V. Lozada Surigao del Sur Division Fighting against the Covid-19 pandemic, many Filipino health and medical front liners  have already sacrificed their lives. They literally pushed themselves to the brink of death for our sake.  It is very disheartening that a number of them have been harassed and maltreated by their neighbors continue reading : Homage to front liners

CREATIVITY IN CRISIS: Surigao del Sur Division schools launch digital competition series

By Liza M. Guingguing Surigao del Sur Division Medical experts and the World Health Organization (WHO) pointed out that the outbreak of COVID-19 and prolonged isolation may be stressful to us especially to the young ones. As we in the community find ourselves working from home or unable to go down the street to meet continue reading : CREATIVITY IN CRISIS: Surigao del Sur Division schools launch digital competition series

Call to ButuanON Youth: COVID 19 Pandemic, A Reset Button?

By Evangeline B. Razon PDO I, Youth Formation Program, SDO Butuan City  BUTUAN CITY – 5/15/19  Before  the corona virus struck the physical world to a grinding halt, digital natives – young and old –were  on their normal day-to-day routines –  hooked to their gadgets and social media accounts counting reactions on their Facebook posts continue reading : Call to ButuanON Youth: COVID 19 Pandemic, A Reset Button?

A future without Social Distance: The 2017 International Youth Camp Experience

By Lover Rose Joy R. Antigua Youth Formation Coordinator- Agusan del Norte Division Aldrin, 17, walked in long, brisk strides as he carried his huge backpack. His middle-aged, female adviser barely strolled along, in between heavy, exasperated breathing. Nevertheless, both were brimming in excitement; their faces glowed in anticipation as they approached the entrance of continue reading : A future without Social Distance: The 2017 International Youth Camp Experience

Conquered Fears: A boy’s Tale of Liberation at the SPED Center

By Judith B. Monteveros Butuan City SPED Center I always thought that teaching was all about molding learners to become child-friendly, gender-sensitive, and motivated to serve our fellowmen and the country. Well, yes, but there is something more! I am a public elementary school teacher. Like all the other teachers, I am trained to promote continue reading : Conquered Fears: A boy’s Tale of Liberation at the SPED Center

When collaboration becomes real: Gratitude and appreciation to stakeholders

By Ms. Jean G. Coquilla School Head Anibongan National High School Lianga, Surigao del Sur “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” – Helen Keller Education is not the sole responsibility of the school as it takes the whole village to educate a child. It is through partnerships that responsibilities continue reading : When collaboration becomes real: Gratitude and appreciation to stakeholders

CHR Chief Bacang lauds DepEd’s 1st Regional GAD Convention

By Lover Rose Joy R. Antigua Nurse II, Agusan del Norte Division “This is only the second GAD Convention in the region and the first in your regional office. You must be proud of this achievement,” Atty. Jerefe Bacang, CHR-Caraga Regional Director and Chair of Regional Gender and Development Council (RGADC), told the participants of continue reading : CHR Chief Bacang lauds DepEd’s 1st Regional GAD Convention

Sports: Doorway to something greater

By Love Emma B. Sudario SEPS, Cabadbaran City Division Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Lorenzo O. Macasocol, during the send-off ceremony for the 362-strong delegation of Cabadbaran City Division competing in the 2019 Caraga Athletic Association Regional Sports Competition (CAA-RSC), urged them to look beyond and aim for something greater than themselves. What, then, is this continue reading : Sports: Doorway to something greater