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Alauli Elementary School

 

“Each one teaching One, Each One Reaching “is one of the quotations that prove that a goal can be easily achieved if everyone is informed and involved. Thus, the objective to eradicate or at least lessen abuse and exploitation of children will be attained. The schools are best venues to roll out Child Protection Policy of the government. 


Alauli Elementary School true to its vision of creating a child friendly school conducted a parent orientation seminaron Child Protection Policy last June 27, 2014 at Alauli Elementary School. It was organized by the School Principal, Mrs. Jessica A. Torres together with the teachers and School Child Protection Committee (CPC). Its main objective is to empower the parents, guardians, and community in protecting the rights of the children not only in the school but primarily at home and at the community. 

Balut Elementary School

 

Performance Management is an organization-wide process to ensure that employees focus work efforts towards achieving DepEd’s Vision, Mission and Values (VMV).It is a systematic approach for continuous and consistent work improvement and individual growth.Pilar District Cluster 3) being part of the DepEd Family held a One-day Orientation on Results-Based Performance Management System at Panilao Elementary School last June 25, 2014. Three school heads acted as speakers in different topics namely Miss Charina A. Morales, Principal II of Panilao Elementary School, Mr. Wilbert Langreo, Principal I of Sta. Rosa Elementary School and Mrs. Janette B. Afable, Head Teacher III of Balut Elementary School.

Pilar Elementary School

 

Pilar Elementary School fostered the spirit of nature concern sit held Tree Planting Activity at the school vicinity last July 4, 2014. Mrs. Minerva P. Rillo, the school principal together with Mr. Omar Gallego, the school EPP coordinator headed the half day activity. The barangay officials under Chairman Eduardo dela Rosa, the GPTA officers, YES-O, teachers, parents and pupils took part in keeping the said undertaking a success.

At 1:00 in the afternoon, the advisers had their own classroom discussion about TREE PLANTING. Right after the per classroom brainstorming, all of the pupils, teachers and parents were gathered at the school covered court to have the campus program about the said activity. Ms. Nelia C. Aranas presided the lecture about the importance of TREE PLANTING and the different environmental concerns the world is experiencing now. Mr. Omar Gallego followed for the discussion of the doS and don’tS that should be remembered while doing the planting of trees. All the participants paved the way to their planting destinations after Mrs. Minerva P. Rillo finished giving her final message and reminders.

Sta Rosa Elementary School

 

SRES conducted Brigada Eskwela last May 19- 23, 2014, with the support of the following stakeholders:


• Brgy. Sta. Rosa under the leadership of Hon. Joey De Leon
• Gen. PTA officers of SRES 2013- 2014
• Local Government Unit of Pilar Bataan through the leadership of Hon. Mayor Alice Pizarro
• The Provincial Government lead by Hon. Abet Garcia
• Private Individuals and Parents
• Teachers and School Utility

Pantingan Elementary School

 


Why is Pantingan Elem. School a consistent topnotcher of NAT (National

Achievement Test) in the Division of Bataan?

Pantingan E/S is nine km. away from the national highway. It is found within a barangay

where paradise nestles. The school is surrounded with the wide green rice fields, forest –

green mountains and a solitary, soft- flowing river. It is a perfect, inspiring place which brings

peace and serenity.

But this panoramic view does not hide the socio- economic status of the pupils studying

in the said school. Most of their parents are poor farmers and unskilled workers. They only

depend on what they can harvest and what work their neighbors can offer.

 
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