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THE grand launching of the National Learning Camp 2023 at Cocina Integrated School was a resounding success.
Led by Hatch Masigasig, along with officers and members of the Royal Knights Eagles Club, the event was filled with fun activities that benefited the school and the students.
The partnership made the National Learning Camp stronger, because all participating partners and stakeholders signed the commitment wall.
One of the highlights is the gift-giving program, where a free pair of sleepers is given to participating students.
This generous act is aimed at providing comfort and support to the students as they begin their three-week nationwide learning camp.
Aside from the gift-giving program, the kickoff ceremony also included feeding programs, unlimited ice cream, and a unique magic show, which attracted 300 students who attended.
These joyous occasions add to the excitement and anticipation of the upcoming learning camp.
Department of Education (DepEd) Region 10 Regional Director Dr. Arturo B. Bayocot, represented by Dr. Federico P. Martin, OIC-Regional Director while the Bukidnon Division Schools Division Superintendent, Dr. Victoria Gazo is represented by Regyn Mary Ruiz.
Dr. Martin attended the event as guest of honor and speaker.
Cosina Integrated School Talakag 1 is one of the remote schools in Bukidnon, therefore included in the priority schools of the Royal Knights Eagles Club for adoption, considering other parameters besides its distance.
Emphasized by Dr. Martin that the activities during the launch are closely connected to Take good care of learners (TA) and Provide support to teachers (G) under the MATATAG AGENDA.
He explained that the activities during the launch will relax, recharge, inspire, and motivate students and teachers to continue, that education must be connected to social change, and community service is necessary at this time.
“The acts of kindness that we are doing now, witnessed by our students will be done by them at the appropriate time as multipliers!,” stressed Dr. Martin.
He emphasized the importance of activities, recognizing their role in preparing students for the learning camp and encouraging them to succeed.
In addition, the official adoption of Hatch Masigasig’s Cocina Integrated School by the Royal Knights Eagles Club is a remarkable development.
This partnership is intended to benefit not only the students but the entire school community.
Dr. also emphasized. Martin emphasized the importance of continued service and collaboration for school growth and student success.
The President of the Royal Knights Eagles Club, Eric Daabay, expressed their unwavering commitment to the fellowship and their dedication to serving the adopted school.
Daabay also thanked the presence of the Royal Knights Lady Eagles Club led by the club President lady Eagle Love Sanarez for participating in the day-long event.
“The club promises to promote true partnership through quality education,” said Daabay, ensuring that the Cocina Integrated School receives the support it needs for continued development.
John Mark Oligario, the school head of Cocina Integrated School, expressed his gratitude to the stakeholders and new partners of the school.
He further renewed his dedication to the development of the school for the benefit of the students and set a positive example for future generations.
The lively launch ceremony, which lasted from 9 am to 5 pm, set the stage for the National Learning Camp 2023 on a high note.
The visible joy on the faces of the participating students shows the success of the kickoff event and raises high expectations for the upcoming learning camp.
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