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TES back-to-back win in YES-O By: Frances Janelle C. Dabu

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:23 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

 

            Still undefeated…

              The Tenejero Elementary Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O) clinched again the Over-all championship in the recently concluded Search for the Best Implementer of     YES-O Program in the Schools Division of City of Balanga held last April 13.

              Alongside with this recognition, Mrs. Agnes Magdalera,school principal, Mrs. Lailani Sison, YES-O adviser, and Shane Ann Rodriguez, YES-O president were also awarded for their exceptional and significant contributions to the      success of the organization’s programs and projects.

“Hard work pays off.                   Congratulations to us (Tenejero ES    pupils, parents, GPTA/HRPTA, teachers and staff) for being the over-all champion in the Search for Best Implementer of YES-O Program for two consecutive years, from school year 2014-2016.  I would like to thank the YES-O Adviser, Mrs. Lailani Q. Sison, Education Program Supervisor, Ms. Ellen Macaraeg, YES-O President, Shane Ann Rodriguez, other YES-O officers and members, Supreme Pupil Government (SPG), School Dengue Action Response Team (SDART) and teacher-coordinators.  May we have many more years of success! To God be the glory,” posted Mrs. Magdalera on her Facebook account.

As stated in DepEd Order No. 72,           s. 2003, YES-O is the only recognized    co-curricular environmental club or         organization in the schools which        establishes specific and doable            programs, projects and activities to     address issues and concerns on the    environment and ecology.

 

Grade four pupils receive first shot of dengue vaccine By: Ashley Khate Valiente

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:20 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay   [ updated Dec 1, 2016, 6:20 PM ]

     

      City Health Office             Representatives together with     Barangay Health Workers led the roll out of Dengue School-Based Immunization at Tenejero            Elementary School last April 8.

            Prior to this event, parents were cautioned on the possible mild reactions from the dengue vaccine.

The dengvaxia (dengue       vaccine) shall be given only to grade 4 public school pupils, aged 9 to 45 years, from the National     Capital Region, CALABARZON and Central Luzon.  Three doses of   vaccine shall be given at six months interval.
City health nurses told the parents, pupils and teachers that the vaccine is not the sole        solution to dengue. The        community should practice the ‘4S Campaign’ to prevent      mosquito-borne diseases. The 4S means Search & destroy mosquito breeding places, use Self-protection measures, Seek early consultation for fevers    lasting more than 2 days, and Say yes to fogging when there is an impending outbreak.

 

169 pupils ready for grade 7 By: Glaiza Marie Palmera

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:19 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

 

         Graduates of Batch 2016       comprising of 169 pupils received their diplomas during the Commencement Exercises of Tenejero Elementary School held on March 29. The said  pupils are now ready to enroll to grade 7.

           Ms. Dannalee Torres, an      alumnus of TES who is now a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), served as the guest speaker.  She gave an     inspirational message and explained the theme of this year’s graduation “Kabataang Mula sa K to 12,          Tagapag-dala ng Kaunlaran sa     Bansang Pilipinas”. Ms. Torres     challenged the graduates to study harder and remember all the things they had learned from their Alma   Mater because this will be their weapon in achieving success in the future. 

Dr. Carolina S. Violeta, Officer-in-Charge (OIC) to the Office of the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS), Dr. Armando Capili, OIC-Assistant SDS, Ms. Ellen Macaraeg, Education Program Supervisor-Kinder/Area Supervisor, and other supervisors were present to uphold the graduation rites of the pupils. 

City Mayor Jose Enrique      Garcia III congratulated the successful pupils and gave them some words of encouragement, to dream high and    aspire for their goals.

Bea Bianca Lazo and Shane Ann Rodriguez were recognized as the batch’ valedictorian and            salutatorian, respectively.

It was indeed a heartwarming moment for the pupils and their      parents as well.

 

Comelec-COB starts BEI training By: Kurt Neil Pocallan

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:14 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

           The Commission on Elections (Comelec)-City of Balanga (COB) has started the training for teachers who will be serving in the May 9 national automated polls to acquaint them with the Vote Counting Machines (VCM).

           Board of Election Inspectors (BEIs) consist mostly of public school teachers attended the two day training which includes discussions on the general instructions and rules on   elections, parts and functions of the VCM given by Comelec, written     examination and actual use of the   machine facilitated by the provincial office of the Department of Science and    Technology (DOST).

After the training, each of the teachers or BEIs was certified by   representatives from the DOST, as technologically capable to use the   machines. 

Teachers from Tenejero       Elementary School successfully passed the said written and practical examination given to them.

“We are now ready for the    upcoming elections.  We will serve to the best of our ability and we’re going to make sure that this will be an    honest and clean election,” said      Ms. Edeliza Manalaysay,                TES     teacher.

 

Intermediate pupils launch tax campaign By: Nelson Magno

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:05 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

     

    To support the government’s tax awareness campaign, fourth to sixth graders gathered in TES     covered court to kick off a         community tax campaign.

          Holding their placards, the participants paraded around         Barangay Tenejero to encourage the public to file and pay their taxes promptly.

          “Ang tax ay kailangan sa    pag-asenso ng Pilipinas. Kung    walang buwis, di mapapatakbo ng maayos ang gobyerno at wala ring gagastusin para sa mga        proyektong pang-edukasyon,     kalusugan, impraestruktura at iba pa. Kaya kailangan ang tama at nasa oras na pagbabayad ng buwis ng mga mamamayan,” said one of the participants.

 

COB grabs world record for largest fitness class in single venue By: Annjon Shane Flores

posted Dec 1, 2016, 6:01 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

     

      “I am part of history.”

            More than 16, 000 participants wearing white shirts with this      statement danced their way to a new world record on March 18 at City of Balanga (COB).

            As cited in Philippine Daily Inquirer, the Guiness World Record officially declared COB as the new holder for the largest dance fitness class in a single venue with 16, 218 participants breaking the previous record of Mexico with only 6, 639 participants.

Kimberley Dennis, Guiness World Record adjudicator handed a plaque to Governor Albert Garcia, Mayor Joet Garcia and other local officials, after the said number of participants finished a 37-minute dance exercise with synchronized steps.

The said event aims to        promote healthy lifestyle and        anti-smoking campaign which is a city advocacy towards achieving a Tobacco Free Generation.

Among the participants were TES pupils, teachers and principal who said that the event was very    tiring but at the same time fulfilling.

“I am very happy that I         became part of the history.  The sweat was all worth it,” said one of the pupils.

 

Pupils exercise right to vote By: Erica Dizon

posted Dec 1, 2016, 5:53 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay

Last February 23, TES pupils chose their future leaders through an election of Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) officers for school year 2016-2017.

Prior to this event, TES conducted the activities for the SPG Election of Officers on February 10 to 22.

To test the determination and will of the candidates in pursuing their goal of becoming the future leaders of TES, the screening for the SPG        aspiring officers was held last February 11-12  at the Guidance room. The screening    involved interviews for the selected pupils from grades three to five.

After the screening, filing of the Certificates of Candidacy (COC) took place on February 15-16. During the last day of the filing of COCs, the SPG Adviser, Ms. Anna Liza C. Abutar     together with her   assistant Ms.Divina C. Dabu, called a meeting for all the      aspiring leaders wherein the             responsibility, requirements, and       activities of being a SPG Officer were tackled and    discussed.,

On February 16, the official list of candidates for SPG Election was publicly announced to the    pupils. The candidates in each party were called. They were introduced to the pupils of TES and gave a brief background about their  platforms.

The Campaign Period started on February 16 to 17. The candidates were given only limited time to have their campaign. Each party               independently planned their campaign   strategies and went room-to-room to introduce themselves and encourage the pupils to support and vote them.

Right after the election, the Committee on Elections counted and tallied the votes of the pupils. After about 4 hours, the counting of votes was done  and the result was then   announced and posted the same day.

The following are the new SPG officers:

   President: Frances Janelle C. Dabu

   Vice President: Jethro H. Estrella

   Secretary: Juan Rafael S. Miguel

   Treasurer: Jamaica Garcia

   Auditor: Jeffrey Molina

   P.I.O.: Venus Irish Lagrimas

   P.O.:1.Bea Andrea Domingo

  2. Josh Marvin Castro

   Councilors:1. Francis Jade C. Dabu

           2. Justine Bayabay

           3. Althea Regina Tuason

   Muse: Margette Jose

   Escort:  Mike Estefan Banzon

Finally on February 24, the newly elected SPG officers were      formally announced to the pupils.

 

 

Photographs and Memories By: Lorenz Joy Camacho

posted Dec 1, 2016, 5:23 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay   [ updated Dec 1, 2016, 5:48 PM ]

This is not just an event… This is HISTORY!

 

After more than 50 years of existence and many years of planning, finally the school held its first ever GRAND ALUMNI HOMECOMING last December 27 at the school covered court.

More than three hundreds of exciting alumni, former principals and teachers attended   the celebration. The event started with a foot parade, and then a     simple program and celebration followed. 

The reunion was anchored on the tagline “Balik Tanaw, Balik Paaralan, Kita-kits sa Tenejero E.S” conceived by the grand reunion working committee.

It seems like yesterday for the alumni as they spent that special day by reminiscing and sharing happy memories, experiences and stories, singing and dancing and lots of eating. Selfies and photo taking were never missed. The         excitement was felt among the alumni as they met their batch mates and former classmates.

The merriment continued with sharing of success stories from different      representatives of each batch.  This is a proof that TES produces professionals who can excel and make a difference in their chosen fields.

Graduates also share their treasures as some of them donated some amount for school physical improvement.

Success always begins with one single step. With this first initiative, the school is now looking forward for the second TES Grand Reunion on December 2017. Preparations will be easier now as TES Alumni Officers headed by their president, Mr. Frederico Espuelas, were elected.

Of course, all the success of the first TES Grand Alumni Homecoming was achieved because of the collaboration and endless support of our dear principal Mrs. Agnes O. Magdalera, very supportive and accommodating GPTA Officers, hardworking and talented faculty member, and school utility workers.

 

TES bags 2nd Most Eco-Friendly School award By: Bea Bianca P. Lazo

posted Dec 1, 2016, 5:00 PM by Edeliza Manalaysay   [ updated Dec 1, 2016, 5:07 PM ]

         

       

 
                        The City Government of Balanga held its Search for Most Eco-Friendly School last December 15 at San Jose Covered Court.

                   This contest aims to encourage schools in the division to be at their greenest and be more actively involved in environmental issues.

                   Highlight of the event was the presentation of participating schools’ pictures showing environmental         programs and projects.

Present to grace the event was Honorable Jose Enrique S. Garcia III, city mayor, who commended the schools’ effort and contributions resulting to the success of the said program.

Tenejero Elementary School was declared 2nd Most Eco-Friendly School and Best in Creative Recycling and    received a cash prize to be used for    environmental projects in the school.

“Ang laki ng ginanda ng paaralan ng Tenejero.  Di lang maganda sa mata ang mga makikita mo, kundi            nakakatulong pa sa kalikasan.         Nakakaproud na isa ako sa mga         tumulong para     mapaganda ang     paaralan,” said one of the parents.

 

The True Spirit of Bayanihan: Making TES an Eco-Friendly School By: Lorenz Joy Camacho

posted Feb 19, 2016, 6:53 AM by Edeliza Manalaysay



    If everyone helps to hold up the sky, then one person does not become tired.

    This quote from The Black Book of Proverbs is what the school stakeholders lived by as they unite to make the campus eco-friendly.

    Realizing the importance of having a safe environment, teachers, parents and pupils lend their helping hands in making garden decorations from recyclable materials such as old tires, plastic bottles, used CDs, tin cans, bottle caps and etc.

    This school project encouraged participation of parents and community members to transform the school to an environment-friendly area, where school children can have fun while learning and at the same time enjoy the clean and safe school surrounding.

    It is true that cooperation can make work a lot easier. Having this kind of project sparked the ‘bayanihan’ spirit of the stakeholders. It is very evident that they really exerted effort and did as much as they can to help the environment and beautify the school.

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