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Bukidnon NHS pioneers of the K to 12 copes with global standard

The Enhanced Basic Education Act of 2013 or Republic Act No. 10533 was signed into law on May 15, 2013. It mandated the implementation of the K to 12 Basic Education Program, the new learning program which was begun by the Department of Education as early as 2011 in the effort of making a change towards a better Philippines. Continue reading Bukidnon NHS pioneers of the K to 12 copes with global standard

Giving is Beneficial

Extending our arms to those in need without waiting for something in return is a fulfilling in-depth appreciation to serve our fellowmen. Giving denotes not only through financial means but it also entails the giving of support packages, specially to the children in public schools (e.g. school facilities, learning support, health and nutrition, reading program, technology support, direct assistance, training and development and assistive learning devices). Giving to those in need is beneficial, in such a way that it impels joy to those doing volunteer work. Continue reading Giving is Beneficial

D’ Mountaineers: Moving beyond Limit

Malaybalay City is the Summer Capital of the Philippines in the South. Its boundary in the East is Cabanglasan and the Pantaron Ranges, which isolates the Province of Bukidnon from the areas of Agusan del Sur and Davao Del Norte; in the West is the district of Lantapan and Mount Kitanglad; in the North is Impasug-ong; and in the South is Valencia City and San Fernando. The entire eastern and southwestern outskirts bordering Agusan del Sur and Davao del Norte is thickly forested mountains, which is one of the few remaining woodlands of Mindanao. SOURCE: http//philippinecities.com} Continue reading D’ Mountaineers: Moving beyond Limit