2015 NATIONAL READING MONTH

posted Apr 13, 2016, 10:09 PM by Belinda Dizon

 

      The Department of Education (DepEd)  led the whole nation in the celebration of the

2015 National Reading Month ( NRM ), with the theme Nasa Pagbasa ang Pag-asa. The

celebration aimed to support the Ten Point Agenda of the Aquino administration, to

commemorate the birth anniversary of the late Sen. Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino and celebrate his

ardent love for reading and to promote the Deped’s Every Child A Reader Program, making the

Filipino learners a generation of readers.

          In line of this program, the teachers and pupils of Puerto Rivas Elementary School joined in

the synchronized story reading  last November 27, 2015 at 9:00 in the morning.

           Different activities were done during the Reading Month Celebration and it was a success.

             

                                                                            Prepared by:

                                                                                MILDRED MONTANEZ

 

Noted:

                ANA MARIA I. GARCIA

                           ESHT - III

 

Prepared by:

                MILDRED N. MONTAÑEZ

                    Reading Coordinator

 
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

COB DRRM PROJECT

posted Apr 13, 2016, 9:51 PM by Belinda Dizon

Last September 16-18 , 2015 I attended the seminar, a project of COB DRRM to impart knowledge on how to be ready in a disaster . I was lucky to be one of the participants.

In this 3 days seminar , most of the participants came from the community . Baranggay Kagawad, Brgy, Tanod, 4P’s member , Senior Citizens , teachers etc.They were invited to this seminar so that they can impart all that they have learned on their members, neighbors, family and friends. This seminar is timely cause our country is located in the Pacific Ring of Fire and we are prone to disaster like Typhoon, Flood , Earthquake and Fire. The seminar Composed of:

Ø  Module 1 – The Context of Disaster in the Philippines and the Importance of CBDRRM

Ø  Module  2 – Procedures in Practice  CBDRRM 

Ø  Module 3 – Preparedness , Prevention and Mitigation Tips

Ø  Module 4 - Mechanics in Response in Disaster , and Preparedness in Rehabilitation

Ø  Module 5 – Action Planning

This COB DRRM Project was really a big help in our community ,because the people in the community now  has the knowledge  and prepared in any disaster that will come .

To all the facilitators  Job well done !…..


                                                                                                                Prepared by:

                                                                                                                    MARICHIE N. ENRIQUEZ

SLAC on Enhanced SIP and SRC

posted Feb 6, 2016, 9:05 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Apr 13, 2016, 9:21 PM ]

                           Isinagawa ang Cluster SLAC on Enhanced SIP and SRC sa M.delos Elementary School 
              noong January 29, 2016 na nilahukan ng tatlong eskuwelahan sa Balanga (CLuster II). Ito ay ang Puerto Rivas E/S,                      Tortugas E/S at M. delos E/S.
                          Ang nasabing SLAC ay pinangunahan ng mga school heads ng nasabing tatlong eskuwelahan katuwang ang 
               ang kani-kanilang SIP coordinators na dumalo sa SIP seminar. Ang layunin ng programang ito ay lubos na maunawaan                 ang SIP at AIP kung saan ang bawat isang school ay gagawa nito.At higit sa lahat, ang makabuo ng isang samahan                     (SGC Team) na tutugon at tutulong para sa kaunlaran ng paaralan.
                           Ang nasabing SLAC ay naging mabunga at matagumpay.

                                                                                        inihanda ni:
                                                                                                Lutter M. Cubales


DEWORMING 2015-2016

posted Feb 6, 2016, 8:09 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Apr 13, 2016, 9:25 PM ]

NARRATIVE REPORT ON 2nd ROUND OF MASS DEWORMING

January 27, 2016



            In response to the program of the Department of Health in Mass Deworming done January 27,2016 at 8:00 a.m., our  school was very grateful to  participate the  significant  activity  and achieve the goal of  producing an active and  healthy  children in the community of Puerto Rivas.  All teaching personnel and non- teaching personnel joined the program to promote the activity and encouraged every children for this matter.

       The implementation of massive deworming has been carefully done to ensure the safety of the children. The Stakeholders(GPTA Officers) of Puerto Rivas cooked and prepared “lugaw”

to avoid any adverse reactions that may happen in the case of children with insufficient intake of foods. It happened through the leaderships and guidance of our Barangay Health Workers and School Head, Mrs. Ana Maria I. Garcia. She also conducted a short meeting to give instructions to the teachers about the execution of the program. All class advisers informed all parents regarding the activity. Even the Health Workers and teachers were ensuring the safety of the children that everyone was in good health condition, have a heavy breakfast before taking the drugs.

 

       Our initiation of healthful program began in prayer.  Before the children took   the drug, the Health workers explained the meaningful purpose of the activity, to thwart immediately the growth of the intestinal parasitic worm infections which are causes of some of their health problems. They also spoke about the health benefits it can give to them including their progress in school.

         The 2nd round of National Deworming was successful because the total enrollees were dewormed through the help of Health Team of Puerto Rivas Ibaba.  They had a house to house visitation to talk to parents who are not agreeable to deworm their children.  The result was positive.  Parents were convinced to let their children deworm.

        No negative report has been received by the teachers after 8-10 hours of taking the drugs.

                                                                                                                    Prepared by:

                                                                                                                            Gerly A. Gonzales











SCHOOL PAPER 2015-2016

posted Feb 6, 2016, 6:39 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Feb 6, 2016, 7:32 AM ]

Pasilidad sa PRES, Patuloy sa  Pagbabago

ni: Adrian Castro


            Sa hangaring lalong  mabigyan ang ating mga mag-aaral ng isang maayos at kaaya-ayang kapaligiran, patuloy ang ginagawang pagsasaayos sa ilang pasilidad ng ating paaralan.

                Kamakailan lamang ay ganap ng naisaayos ang ating Audio Visual Room, ito ay kwartong-laan sa mga mag-aaral gamit ang mga makabagong teknolohiya, ito rin ang kadalasang ginagamit na dausan ng mga seminars, meeting ng mga guro at ng komunidad. Dahil sa malaking pagbabago, ang lahat ay tiyak na masisiyahan anumang

oras na sila ay magnais na gamitin ito.

                 Isa pa sa binigyang pansin ang pagsasaayos ng school ground. Nahihirapan ang mga mag-aaral na ito ay daanan sa

tuwing umuulan dahil sa ito ay lupa pa at lubak-lubak. Sa pagbabagong ito ang mga mag-aaral  maginhawa ng nakakadaan dito at maayos na rin silang nakapaglalaro.


                                                  




Gng.  ANA MARIA I. GARCIA, Pang-apat na  Pang-ulong Guro ng P.R.E.S.

ni: Princess Lipata

          

         "Nandito ako, ang inyong bagong pang-ulong-guro, magiging kaisa ninyo sa lalo pang ika-aangat ng ating mga mag-aaral,  ng ating paaralan at  ng pamayanan,” ito ang natanim sa aking isipan habang aking ginagawa ang lathalaing ito para kay Ma’am Ana Maria I. Garcia. Higit natin siyang kilalanin pa.

            Unang nasilayan ng aming punung-guro ang ganda ng mundo

noong ika-09 ng Disyembre, 1966. Ang kanyang mga magulang ay sina G. at Gng.Edilberto Ingaran Sr. Nag-aral at nagtapos siya ng elementarya sa  Cupang. Ipinagpatuloy niya ang pag-aaral ng sekondarya sa Tomas del Rosario at kumuha ng Bachelor of Elementary Education  sa  Arellano University ng matapos ang HighSchool. Naglingkod siya bilang isang guro sa loob ng 23 taon. Kahit sobrang subsob ang kanyang sarili sa pagtuturo sa mga bata sa ika-anim na baitang, nagawa pa rin niyang ipagpatuloy ang kanyang  pag- aaral, at dahil na rin sa kanyang sipag at tiyaga,siya ay naging  School Head  sa Tanato Elementary School sa loob ng 2 taon,

Bagama’t dedikado sa kanyang pagtuturo, nabihag  ang kanyang puso ni Gerardo L. Garcia na siyang naging kabiyak ng kanyang puso.

Sa Kasalukuyan  anim na buwan na siyang  naglilingkod sa aming munting paaralan. Sa panahon ng kanyang pamumuno asahan na po natin ang pag-unlad at malaking pagbabago sa PRES.



City Simultaneous Earthquake Drill, PRES Nakiisa

ni: Edralyn Malibiran


        Isinagawa ang Earthquake Drill noong ika-16 Hulyo sa PRES bilang pagsuporta sa programa ng Siyudad ng ating Balanga sa pangunguna ng Local Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council(LDRRMC) upang ihanda ang mga guro at mag-aaral sakali mang dumating sa atin ang mapanganib na sakuna.

        Naging makatotohanan ang nasabing pagsasanay dahil nasunod ang mga tamang alituntunin. Bago pa man ang

nasabing drill ang aming Punong-guro na si Gng. Ana Maria I. Garcia ay nagbigay ng malinaw na impormasyon kaugnay ng nasabing gawain. Sa pakikipagtulungan ng School Disaster Management Committee ay maayos na iplano ang nasabing gawain dalawang araw bago ang aktwal.

        Pagkatapos ng gawain ay nagkaroon ng ebalwasyon upang lalo pang mapagbuti ang nasabing gawain sa hinaharap.


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PRES , Hindi Nagpahuli sa Math Contest In The Division

posted Feb 6, 2016, 5:04 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Apr 13, 2016, 9:26 PM ]

                                                                                                                                    Isinulat ni Rodelio Bugay


        Nakuha ng tatlong mag-aaral ng Puerto Rivas Elementary School  ang mataas na ranking sa nakaraang Math Contest In The Division na ginanap sa Cupang Elementary School noong ika-8 ng Setyembre.

         Ito ay nilahukan ng mga pampubliko’t pribadong paaralan sa Dibisyon ng Balanga. Nakuha ni Joyce Apostol, mag-aaral ng Unang Baitang ang rank number 5 sa  Math Quiz. Pumuwesto naman si  Jelo Asaytono mag-aaral ng Ikalawang Baitang ang rank number 7 at nakuha naman ni Adrian M. Castro, mag-aaral ng Ikaanim na Baitang ang rank number 10.

             Hindi man naiuwi ng mga mag-aaral ang mataas na karangalan, pinatutunayan lamang nito na may ibubuga ang mga batang mag-aaral ng PRES pagdating sa larangan ng pagkukuwenta, Nakasisiguro na sa darating na mga araw ay makapag-uuwi na sila ng   karangalan. Tiyak na ipagpapatuloy nila ang maganda nilang nasimulan para sa ikalalago ng kanilang kaalaman at ang hangaring makapagbigay ng karangalan sa kanilang paaralan. Mag-aaral ng PRES Mabuhay Kayo!!!.





SAFETY KIDS WEEK

posted Feb 4, 2016, 6:37 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Apr 7, 2016, 8:05 AM ]

Safe Kids Week is an annual public awareness campaign designed to raise awareness about the frequency and severity of preventable childhood injuries, which are the leading cause of death. It is initially began in 1993 from the academic research on child unintentional injury. The first initiative of SKP was a comprehensive approach in researching problems encountered by children as they walked to school. A survey called the “walkability” check was used to access the walking environment of the children in public schools. The project proved the need for more interventions to make the environment safer for children. Prevention of childhood injuries, including road traffic, drowning, falls, poisoning and burns.

 

Moreover, the Safe Kids Week theme for 2015 is promotion and awareness of cycling and road safety in communities. In relation to this program, Puerto Rivas Elementary School celebrates Safety Kids Weeks. In order for the pupils to gain knowledge about their securities and safety, teachers of PRES enlighten the child from the importance of caring oneself. Orienting them the significance of walking to school and to raise awareness of the risks of child accidents and how they can be prevented.

                                                                                                                                Prepared by:

                                                                                                                                KAREN M. ORTIZ





















ZUMBA PARTY!

posted Feb 4, 2016, 4:43 AM by Belinda Dizon   [ updated Apr 10, 2016, 8:12 PM ]

            As part of the “Tobacco – Free Generation (TFG) Campaign of the City Government of Balanga City, the Division of Balanga requested from both public and private schools to participate in the Zumba Party.

 

                 Pursuant to Division Memo No. 136 s. 2015, Puerto Rivas Elementary School participated to the said program, last December 30, 2015 at 4-Lane Avenue (EGSA) Barangay Tuyo, City of Balanga. The objective of this program is to promote a healthy lifestyle of everyone and to be free from tobacco.

 

                        Mayor Joet Garcia were very grateful from the outcomes of the Zumba               party. Everyone’s participated and it was a success! :)

                                                                                                                                        Prepared by:

                                                                                                                                                ERICKA B. MALIXI





       
        

PRES EARLY REGISTRATION DAY 2014-1015

posted Feb 8, 2014, 4:20 AM by Belinda Dizon



January 25, 2014 ,  the Early Registration Day for School Year 2014-2015 with the theme Makapag-aral ay Karapatan Mo, Magpalista Ngayong Enero. It aimed to achieve 100 % registered pupils for incoming Pre-Elem. to Grade VI of SY 2014-2015.

            The massive advocacy campaign was implemented with the collaboration & support of local and barangay officials and the community. The goals of the DepEd was 


to  equip the school & teachers for the opening of classes on June 2014 and further design our department to comply with the needs of our learners. To make sure,   that every child will be educated & provided with interventions and skills to achieve quality education.

            Our school of Puerto Rivas Elementary attained successful early registration of the following consolidated data or number of pupils in every grade level.  Wherein Pre-Elem has 32 pupils, Grade I with 40 

pupils, Grade II (40 learners), Grade III (48 learners), Grade IV (43 pupils), Grade V (31 pupils) and Grade VI with 43 learners, with a total of 277 pupils.

The assessment was made to prepare our department for the need of classrooms, teachers, Textbooks, seats and to adapt on the pupil’s differences with the regular pupils as well as with disability, Program interventions and assistance.

             

“ Campus Journalism: Driving Force in Promoting Health, Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Lifestyles.” 2013

posted Dec 11, 2013, 9:02 AM by Belinda Dizon

Pursuant to Republic Act No. 7079 otherwise known as the “Campus Journalism” Act of 1991 and in support to DepEd Order No. 47, S. 2010, its implementing rules and regulations, the Division of City of Balanga conducted  the Division Schools Press Conference last October 10-12, 2013 in Balanga Elementary School with the theme “ Campus Journalism: Driving Force in Promoting Health, Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Lifestyles.”

 Puerto Rivas Elementary School participated in this event. They were Jaizen J. Buenaventura from Grade VI  for news writing in English and Indy A. Cervaño from Grade V for news writing in Filipino.

    The conference aims to demonstrate understanding of the importance of journalism by expressing it through different journalistic., endeavours and approaches , sustain advocacy  on social consciousness, provide a venue for an enriching learning experience for students interested in pursuing journalism as a career, promote responsible journalism and fair and ethical use of social media and enhance journalistic competent through healthy and friendly competitions.

There was an opening program, a National Anthem conducted by Mrs. Melinda S. Mendoza, T-III of Cupang Elementary School followed by a prayer led by Mrs. Cresencia C. Ighut, T-I of Balanga Elementary School. A roll call 

 led by Ms. Cherrielyn Roque, MT-I of Tuyo Elementary School then an inspirational message coming from our Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Ronaldo A. Pozon. Dr. Merlinda T. Tablan, EPS-I in English and Dr. Corazon T. Lopez, EPS-I in Filipino orient and discussed the contest rules.

  After the opening program, the contestants for each category in that day proceeds to their room assignments  for lecture and then for contest proper.

            The other category was scheduled on second and third day of the said contest.

            At the closing program the participants received certificate of participation and the winners received certificate of recognition. This event was successfully done.

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