Posted on 06 February 2013.
Bued Elementary School (BES) of the Alaminos City Division was named as national champion in the Search for the Department of Education’s (DepEd) Brigada Eskwela (BE) Best Implementer under the small school category.
Mrs. Rosemarie E. Sison, BES head, Dr. Arturo R. Viray, BE Coordinator, and Dr. Oscar C. Tadeo, OIC-Schools Division Superintendent personally received the plaque of recognition from DepEd Sec. Bro. Armin A. Luistro,FSC during the Brigada Eskwela National Awards Ceremony 2012 held at the Unilab-Bayanihan Center in Pasig City last November 15.
Asked what made BES the best program implementer this year, Sison said they have not only done ordinary works like repairing and repainting classrooms, building new structures and cleaning-up school surroundings but also in improving the performance indicators of the school including its academic performance.
“We achieved this humble accomplishment because of the tremendous support of various stakeholders that include the national government, business sector and NGO, parents, youth groups, the barangay council and even our religious sector,” said Sison on the first ever national award given to her school.
She extended her gratitude to their partners most especially to Mayor Hernani A. Braganza and the city government of Alaminos and to their DepEdAlaminos City Division family for all the guidance and support extended to their school.
Among the BES’ supporters for this year’s Brigada Eskwela include the Kiwanis Club of Alaminos City, the Alumni Association of BES, big/large and small sectors of stakeholders.
The school head also thanked the whole staff of BES, DepEd, the City Division personnel, Parent-Teachers Association (PTA), and Homeroom PTAs as well as barangay officials and their pupils and other volunteers for their valuable contributions that helped ensure the utmost success of their BrigadaEskwela.
Dr. Tadeo said that the said award speaks much on the presence and continuing promotion of the “bayanihan spirit” among the public schools in Alaminos particularly in Bued Elementary School.
Meanwhile, Mayor Braganza extended his warmest congratulations to Mrs. Sison, the BES teaching force as well as the City Division headed by Dr. Tadeo for a job well done.
“Thank you for bringing pride and honor to our beloved city and the Alaminos City Division,” said the visionary chief executive who himself received two national awards recently from DepEd.
“May this historic feat serve as an added inspiration for you to work even harder in ensuring your school to be more conducive to learning and in the furtherance on the delivery of quality education, he added. Rest assured of our continued support to BES and the entire education sector in our city.”