Showing posts from April, 2011

Capul Central I Graduation Exercises

April 6 was red-letter day for the students, parents and teachers of Capul Central I as the graduation ceremonies for SY 2010-2011 was held. Despite the scorching heat, everyone flashed sweet smiles as each of them savored that one proud moment in the young lives of the graduates. 

Proudest in the lot are the following Honor Pupils:

1st Honor - Kendra Maxine M. Gasid
2nd Honor - Paula Marie S. Montopar
1st Hon. Mention -  Elisha Shammah O. Rebong
2nd Hon. Mention - Cristine M. Dejoide
3rd Hon. Mention - Marchelle Nica D. Saluib
4th Hon. Mention - Floriebelle O. Montopar
5th Hon. Mention - Junibelle M. Calamay
6th Hon. Mention - Faye M. Gaco
1st Achiever - Faye M. Gaco
2nd Achiever - Juffel Jule B. Congzon
3rd Achiever - Ian Harvey B. Congzon

The guest speaker for the commencement exercises was Mrs. Pamela Gaco-Bayabay.

Katig Writers Meet Abaknon Writers

The Katig Writers Network of Region 8 recently gathered aspiring Abaknon writers thru an activity dubbed as "Writers Consultation and Planning Activity".
The activity was spearheaded by Mr. Phil Harold L. Mercurio, NCCA-NCLA Regional Coordinator for Eastern Visayas. The purpose of said activity was to organize writers groups in Region 8 (specifically in Capul), promote arts and culture in Eastern Visayas, and build cooperation and understanding among the people in Region 8. 


CAIS Holds 37th Graduation Rites

The Capul Agricultural and Industrial School, on April 7, 2011, held the graduation rites for Batch 2011.  And from a group of 181 graduates, the following were on the honor roll:

Valedictorian - Faith Jirah O. Rebong
Salutatorian - Larrielyn S. Pornelos
First Hon. Mention -  Mary Ann G. Cabacang
Second Hon. Mention - Kim Jay M. Bulan
Third Hon. Mention - Hezel C. Bulan
With Honors: Juvin T. Tortoles
                     Robin O. Banagbanag
                     Charlotte Kaye A. Panis
                     Cestle Rose P. Catucod
                     Floriza P. Agote

This year's keynote speaker was Atty. Reo S. Andarino (please click link for his profile), Landbank's Chief Representative to Japan, who taught the graduates how to "dance to the tune of life".

CAIS Principal Domingo Castillo confirmed the graduates.

Mrs. Mercy Gaco, who will be retiring in June, hosted the event.

Announcement: CCES I Alumni Get-Together

The Capul Central Elementary School (now with a I, for those who are not yet aware) announces the holding of an Alumni Get-Together on July 29, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Under the leadership of Principal Anecita Catucod, the event is in response to the clamor of CCES alumni who have been yearning to walk through memory lane again with the rest of their schoolmates. It aims to gather the bountiful produce the school has had and document its history - which is now in danger of being forgotten.
The July 29 gathering will be a prelude to the actual Grand Alumni Homecoming which will be decided on by the Steering Committee to be organized on the said date. A draft by-laws will be submitted to the body for discussion and consideration.
Registration will be done in designated rooms, which divides the graduates by the decade of graduation. Parlor games designed to recall the carefree childhood days will be held, capped by a bingo bonanza in the afternoon.
Lunch will be potluck, also in th…