KES school publication makes it to the regional level

Posted: October 17, 2010 in Features...

 

Tagalog schoolpaper of KES.

 

Division School Press Conference is over. Kiling Elem. School publication was chosen as one of the best school paper in its bracket, for English category. This pave the way to compete into the higher level, regional schools press conference on Nov. 8-12 at Sta. Rosa City, Laguna.

If Kiling Elem. School, a small barrio school with the lesser number of pupils compared to other schools in the district, made it, how much more the big schools in Sariaya West.

 

Featuring the best lesson from teachers

 

Campus journalism had gone far in every areas in the Philippines since it was being implemented through Republic Act 7079. The DSPC, RSPC and the NSPC produce budding writers and journalists, that can be  great leaders of our nation.

This is a great opportunity for all students to become journalists and leaders. This is also an avenue for personal development and success.

I believe that those pupils who have potentials in this  field must be given an opportunity to show their ability by joining this journalistic endeavor.

 

Best school paper, Bracket B English Elementary

 

Kiling Elem. School is the only school in Sariaya West District that publishes school paper. The district with all its capable advisers and pupils will surely be the best competitors in every press conferences. If other district can do it, why can’t we?

One of the  problem, on the other hand,  lies on the attitude of the leader in every school. Lack of interest defines many reasons not to join or embark in journalistic endeavor. In this case,  campus journalism will remain unexplored in the explored world of particular school. Unless you will give life to it, it will be forever dead.

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