Call it volunteerism at its best and a community nurturing for the best in their kids’ education, because that is what people of Lila Bohol showed to the entire Central Visayas and the country.
A public secondary school there, reaped regional and even a national award for last year’s national showcase of selfless voluntarism in time for the national schools maintenance week 2015, for that, the Department of Education (DepED) said.
Lila National High School (LNHS) under principal Cerlito Romero is Bohol’s, the region’s and is a national awardee for being the best Balike Eskwela 2015 implementer, said Bohol; Division superintendent Wilfreda Bongalos recently.
LNHS and Romero proved that Lilanhons and Boholanos can be counted on when education becomes a concern and the community is needed to get it done.
LNHS Brigada Eskwela 2015 volunteers proved they are not just the province’s best volunteer group, they also barged into the regional finals and won hands down as Central Visayas’ best secondary school Brigada group last year.
And if you think it is the end for LNHS, see this. The feat even sent the Third District secondary school awardee to reap a national award.
Like all Brigada Eskwela 2016 awardees, the winners need to pile up points in completed school improvement repair and maintenance work based on school improvements plan, volunteer participations which includes private sector, community involvement and nationalÂ or local government participation; all totaling 70% of the rating, states Dr. Bolos.
Also with the best Brigada Eskwela group selection category is the amount of resources generated converted in peso equivalent, she added.
Resources totaling P75K and above for small schools and 200K and above for big schools earn them 20% , the smaller the generated resources, the smaller the rating.
Finally, school maintenance volunteer groups earn ratings according to how they aligned their work according to the Brigada annual them, for which 10% is at stake, the public school superintendent noted.
LNHS leads this year’s awardees during the Brigada Eskwela 2016 kick off ceremonies and awarding for 2015 winners at the Carlos P. Garcia Technical Vocational School set Monday, May 30.
The day also officially start the 6 day national schools maintenance program, Bongalos shared.
At the Kapihan sa PIA Thursday May 26, Dr Bongalos also read the Division Level Brigada Eskwela winners.
For small elementary schools, the best is Ubojan Elementary School of Tubigon East District, while Estaca Elementary School in Pilar District wins for big elementary schools.
Second and third best for the small schools elementary category are San Jose ES in Sierra Bullones and Jose Elementary School in Pres CPG District.
For big elementary schools, second and third best are Catarman ES in Dauis and San Pascual ES in Ubay.
In the high school levels, winners for the small school category are first: Lonoy Heroes memorial NHS of Jagna, second: Sto. Nino NHS of Talibon and third: Cong Pablo Malasarte NHS of Balilihan.
For Big high schools, winners are first: Lila NHS of Lila, second: Sandingan NHS Loon Norts and Pres CPG memorial NHS of Talibon, Bohol.
CONGRESSIONAL LEVEL WINNERSÂ ELEMENTARY:
The DepED also released the congressional district winners for the best Brigada 2015 implementers.
They are for District 1 small schools elementary: first Ubojan ES Tubigon, 2nd, Guiwanon ES Tubigon and 3rd Lourdes ES Panglao.
District 2 small schools elementary winners: 1st: San Jose ES Pres CPS, 2md: Bay-ang ES Ubay, 3rd: Concepcion ES Danao.
District 3: first: San Jose ES Sierra Bullones, 2nd: Buenasuerte ES Pilar, and 3rd: Lobogon ES Duero.
For big schools category, first District winners are first: Catarman ES Dauis, 2nd: Tubigon West ES Tubigon, 3rd: Doljo ES Panglao.
For District 2 winners for big schools are first: San Pascula ES Ubay, 2nd: Pres CPG CES CPG, 3rd: Inabanga South ES Inabanga.
District 3 winners for big schools, first: Estaca ES Pilar, Candijay Central ES, Candijay and Sierra Bullones Central ES, Sierra Bullones.
Small schools category Brigada winners for District 1, 1st: Cong Palo Malasarte NMHS Balilihan, 2nd: Busao NHS Maribojoc, 3rd: Mantacoda NHS Catigbian.
District 2 small secondary schools category first: Sto Nino NHS Talibon, 2nd: Cantubod NHS Danao, 3rd: Kinan-oan NHS Trinidad.
District 3 small secondary category: Lonoy Heroes MNHS Jagna, 2nd: Tambongan NHS Candijay, 3rd: Amb Pablo Suarez Jr. NHS Carmen.
For big secondary high schools First District Brigada implementer winners are first: Sandingan NHS Loon, 2nd: Lourdes NHS Panglaoand 3rd: Sikatuna NHS, Sikatuna.
In the Second District, big school secondary winners are Pres CPG MNHS Talibon, Hinlayagan NHS Trinidad and San Jose NHS Talibon.
For the 3rd District big high schools category, winners are: Lila NHS Lila, Sierra Bullones TVHS Sierra Bullones and Guinacot NHS Guindulman.Â (rac/PIA-7/Bohol)