Hon. Nicolas C. Jurolan, Malaybalay City councilor and chairman of the Committee on Education attended the oath-taking and fellowship of the Division of Malaybalay City promoted and newly hired employees under the Schools Division Office (SDO’s) rationalization structure with the theme, “Overcoming Education Reform Challenges through Quality Public Service”.
The ceremony and fellowship was held at Roberto’s Place, Casisang, Malaybalay City, November 6.
Conversely, the party mode was set through the classical and modern songs rendered by the F & D band.
The invocation was led by Atty. Ophelia Pilar Rubio-Zamora, the Division legal officer III.
Ralph T. Quirog, the newly hired Chief Education Supervisor for Curriculum Implementation Division welcomed the oath-takers, guests and visitors.
Unlimited laughter echoed through the hall when the newly hired non-teaching and teaching personnel danced gracefully in their gorgeous attire.
The evening tone was intensified when Hon. Nicolas C. Jurolan challenged the newly hired personnel to bring out the divisions’ best in terms of basic educational delivery and performance.
The moment became more challenging when Edilberto L. Oplenaria CESO VI, the Schools Division Superintendent led the oath-taking and spoke about the importance of commitment towards work and performance in the workplace as a mark of loyalty being in the government service and vested on with a public trust.
Dr. Lorenzo O. Capacio, the Chief Education Supervisor for Schools Governance and Operations Division (SGOD) gave the closing remarks.
The night was marked with laughter, fun, and festivity as the newly hired personnel danced with the hired dance instructors in the rhythm of the acoustic band.
The one night affair created meaningful memories as well as inculcated heartwarming values that every employee should possess while serving the public.
It emphasized that the crucial role of making the division relevant in its role in delivering the basic educational services deserved by the constituents of the Division of Malaybalay City.
BY: VICENTE GACO SANMIGUEL, MAT
Education Program Specialist II-HRD