Category: Edukasyon Muna

Tarlac to host CLRAA ‘24

THE Province of Tarlac will host the Central Luzon Regional Athletic Association (CLRAA) competition slated on April 27 to May 3.

In a Technical Working Group meeting between the Provincial Government of Tarlac and the Department of Education-Tarlac Province held at the White Hall of the Schools Division Office last January 11, working committees were created and committee chairpersons were identified for the regional athletic meet.

The venue for the opening program is initially set either at the News Clark City Athletic Stadium in Capas or at the Jose V. Yap Sports and Recreational Park in San Jose.

The sports events include Archery, Arnis, Athletics, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Basketball 3×3, Billiards, Boxing, Chess, Dancesport, Football, Futsal, Gymnastics, Paragames, Sepak Takraw, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Table Tennis, Taekwondo, Volleyball, Wrestling, and Wushu.

The participants in the Regional Meet shall be elementary and secondary (both junior and senior high school learners) athletes from public and private schools who participated in the local meets (Cluster, District, and Division Meets).

The regional athletic meet is in preparation for the Pre-National Qualifying Meet, an additional tier before the conduct of the Palarong Pambansa. The Pre-National Qualifying Meet aims to lessen the number of delegations, shorten the duration of the event, and lower the expenses to be incurred—all without sacrificing the level of play.

“Tarlac province is delighted to hold the CLRAA once again after more than 15 years. Our students who excel in various sports activities will be given the opportunity to further improve their skills and discipline relative to their respective sports category,” Tarlac Governor Susan Yap said.

This is the first time in 15 years that the province will play as host to the athletic meet. The last time was in 2009. In 2010, the province hosted the Palarong Pambansa.—Arvin F. M. Cabalu/PIO

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Gov. Susan receives ‘Gawad Katig’ award from DepEd

THE Department of Education (DepEd) conferred to Tarlac Governor Susan Yap the Regional Gawad Katig Award in a ceremony held on December 19 at the Hacienda Gracia Resort and Hotel in Lubao, Pampanga.

The Gawad Katig (Katuwang sa Tgaumpay para sa Isang hanGaring de Kalidad an Edukasyon) is in appreciation of Gov. Yap’s unwavering dedication and relevant support as an education partner in the realization of DepEd’s MATATAG agenda.

It is aimed to recognize the extraordinary acts, support and commitment of the DepEd’s Region III LGU and non-governmental organization partners and to give appreciation to all schools who exemplify their partnership and collaboration with the stakeholders to address learning resource needs of public schools.

Some of the most notable projects of Gov. Yap under her administration’s “Edukasyon Muna” program in support to quality education are her scholarship programs, learning kits distribution, school building constructions, internet installation to far-flung areas of the province, to name just a few.—PIO        


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1st SUSAN YAP CUP DepEd Tarlac Province Inter-Municipality Friendship Games

Bilang bahagi ng pagsusulong ng pagkakaibigan at pagtutulungan ang Department of Education (DepEd) Tarlac Province na pinamumunuan ni Dr. Ronnie S. Mallari ay nag organisa ng isang espesyal na okasyon na tinawag na 1st SUSAN YAP CUP “DepEd Tarlac Province Inter-Municipality Friendship Games” na matagumpay na ginanap sa Jose V. Yap Recreational and Sports Complex nitong, ika-27 ng Oktubre.

Dinaluhan ng mahigit 13k na teaching at non-teaching personnel mula sa iba’t ibang mga paaralan sa Tarlac Province. Ang Inter-Municipality Friendship Games ay hindi lamang tungkol sa kompetisyon, kundi pati na rin sa pagpapahalaga sa diwa ng pagkakaibigan at kooperasyon.

Sa tulong at dedikasyon ng Provincial Government of Tarlac, sa pangunguna ni Gov. Susan A. Yap ay naisakatuparan ang pagbubukas ng nasabing patimpalak. Katuwang sina Regional Director Dr. May B. Eclar ng DepEd Region III, Board Member Harmes S. Sembrano, Principal IV Dr. Yolly Gonzales ng Tarlac National High School at mga Mayors.

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Senior HS students get 1,333 tablets

The Provincial Government of Tarlac led by Governor Susan Yap, Vice Governor Carlito “Casada” David and the Sangguniang Panlalawigan Members, awarded 1,333 tablets for Senior High School students under PROJECT TABLET [Technology Application to Boost Lifelong skills and Enhance learning among Tarlaqueño learners] at the Diwa ng Tarlac last September 27.

Project TABLET aims to provide Tarlaqueño learners with continuous and quality learning through the provision of digital gadgets to learners in last mile schools. They shall be provided with tablets that can store thousands of useful resources.

“The COVID-19 pandemic has restricted a lot of our activities and redefined the methods of teaching our learners—and as we embrace the new normal, we will meet countless challenges and obstacles along the way,” Vice Gov. David said in his Facebook post.

Gov. Yap reminded the Senior High School beneficiaries of the responsibility in taking care of the tablets they received.

“Take care of your gadgets well as this will be your primary tool for learning,” she said.


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1st phase of NAS in New Clark City to be completed in February ‘22

THE first phase of the P557.8-million learning center and training ground for Filipino student-athletes will include academics and administrative buildings, and a multi-purpose gym is due to be realized in February of next year.

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Transistor radios for brgy. Pao students distributed

TRANSISTOR radios for barangay Pao elementary and high school students were distributed last September 24 aimed at strengthening each students’ learning.

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