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2018 Division Educators’ Congress Joint Program for the Recognition of Partner-Stakeholders and Schools’ Best Practices and Stakeholders’ Forum PDF Print E-mail

titleThe 2018 Best Brigada Eskwela Implementers Awardees from the Department of Education Division of Davao City.  By: Joanna Paula M. Cagape

DAVAO CITY—The 2018 Division Educators’ Congress Joint Program for the Recognition of Partner Stakeholders and Schools’ Best Practices and Stakeholders’ Forum was officiated at the Grand Regal Hotel, Lanang Davao City on December 3, 2018, with the theme, “Strengthen Partnership: Provides Greater Opportunities for our 21st Century Learners.”

The event was divided into three junctures, namely (1) Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum, (2) Recognition of 2018 Brigada Eskwela Best Implementers, and (3)  Recognition  of Best Practices of School Heads.

The Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum

During the Recognition of Industry Partners and Stakeholders’ Forum, the Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Dr. Maria Ines C. Asuncion, CESO V, acknowledged the full participation and cooperation of all the stakeholders in the division of Davao City, in the realization of the achievements made by the division for the academic year 2018.

“The Department of   Education is also supporting the children in the Balay Pag-asa in Mintal. We have our Alternative Learning System (ALS) establishment in the area. We are also supporting the House of Hope for   learners studying under the Special Education Program. We have Modified Home Study program. We   have Distance Learning   with module-based instruction. We will also be launching the Public Safety Modules for our grade 4-12 students. We achieved this because of you,” SDS Asuncion said.

Furthermore, SDS Asuncion urged the stakeholders to continue their partnership with the Department of Education for the good welfare of the Filipino learners.

“We can still do more for our children if we continue our partnership. Please continue supporting our schools for the benefit of our Filipino children, the future generations. All your support will never go in vain because they will surely leave a mark in the hearts and minds of our learners, who will become our next generation of leaders,” SDS Asuncion said.


The 2018 Brigada Eskwela Best Implementer Awards was conducted in honor of the magnanimous contribution rendered by all of the offices and learning institutions under the Department of Education Division of Davao City, school administrators, stakeholders, teachers, parents, and students,  in ensuring safe and environmentally sustainable schools for the academic year.

The   2018 Brigada Eskwela Best Implementers were as follows:

Elementary Level:

Small School Category: (1) Bankas Elementary School , (2) Marahan West Elementary School, (3) Datu Salumay Elementary School, (4) Tamugan  Elementary School, and (5) Lourdes Elementary School;

Medium School Category: (1) Mahayag Elementary School, (2) Leon A. Garcia Sr. Elementary School, (3) Upper Sirib Elementary School, (4)  Malagos Elementary School, and (5) Binugao Central Elementary School;

Large School Category: (1) Mabini Elementary School, (2) Wireless Elementary School, (3) Bago Elementary School, (4) Doña Asuncion Hizon Elementary School, and (5) C. Reta Elementary School;

Mega School Category: (1) Catalunan Pequeño Elementary School,  (2) Calinan Central Elementary School, (3) Vicente Hizon Sr. Elementary School, (4) Sta. Ana Central Elementary School, (5) Davao City Special School;

Secondary Level:

Small School Category: (1) Astilla Minority National High School, (2) Marilog High School of Agriculture, (3) Tapak National High School;

Medium School Category: (1) Jose T. Quiboloy National High School; (2) Tacunan National High School; (3) Sirib National High School; (4) Estipona National High School, and (5) Camansi National High School;

Large School Category: (1) J. V. Ferriols National High School, (2) Mahayag National High School, (3) T.V. Fernandez National High School, (4) Lower Tamugan National High School, and (5) Malabog National High School;

Mega School Category: (1) Davao City National High School, (2) Sta. Ana National High School, (3) Bustamante National High School, (4) F. Bangoy National High School and A.L. Navarro National High School, and (5) Cabantian National High School.

The 2018 Brigada Eskwela Plus Most Sustained School award was given to Daniel M. Perez Central Elementary School SPED Center.




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