Taste the Pudding

pudding“The best way to taste the pudding is in the eating” as shared by Mr. Edilberto L. Oplenaria, Schools Division Superintendent of Malaybalay City during   the opening program of the 2016 English Language Extravaganza and Read-A-Thon Division Level at Bangcud Central School, Bangcud, Malaybalay City on November 29.

The event is compared to tasting the pudding as the best way to test the quality and ability of the students based on their interests provided through the various events in the competition. The competition then is the paramount means to select the cream to represent in the higher level of the race of which contestants will experience winning and losing.

bangcudcsAnyway, winning and or losing is not a big deal. It will become an avenue to know one’s own level of performance and give an opportunity to improve for the best.

In carrying out the event successfully, Mrs. Rachel R. Valde, Education Program Supervisor, spearheaded the activity with the full support of the team from all EPS’s, School Heads, District and Secondary Reading Coordinators and the host school -Bangcud Central School.

She then sees to it that every event is taking cared by a School Reading Coordinator who served as facilitator: StoryTelling for Grade l – Judith J. Madronero of BNHS;

bangcudcs1Story Book Reading for Grade ll – Sheila Faye D. Encabo of Kalasungay NHS; Spelling for Grade IV –  Neal Daphne R. Dacion of Apo Macote NHS; Reading and Comprehension for Grade – Mary Jane O. Moreno of Bangcud NHS; Extemporaneous Speaking for Grade VII – Evernold C. Berial of Managok Central School; Jazz Chant for Grade VIII – Angie D. Peria of Dapulan E/S; SHS Infomercial an open School Entry – Vanessa D. Mirafuentes of Imbayao E/S; and Table Topics for Teacher/Coach- Arlyn Joy A. Fernandez of MCCS.

Congratulations and Good Luck to all the First Placer Winners to the 2016 Regional English Extravaganza and Read-A-Thon.

by Judith J. Madronero
     SST lll-BukNHS