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Saturday, January 14, 2012

Cubay Elementary School Music and Dance Festival 2012

This year's music and dance festival of Cubay Elementary School, Division of La Carlota City which was held at the public plaza of Barangay Cubay had attained its purpose of developing and enhancing the school children's dancing talents, self-confidence and psycho-motor faculties.

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In his remarks, this blogger, Gil Camporazo who is the school principal of Cubay Elem. School expressed gratefulness to the supporters of their annual school festivities like the parent's children, the senior citizens, the barangay and its captain Noel Vargas, the school faculty. And of course, the Almighty for the favorable weather condition.



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Grade 6 pupil Keith Justine and Grade 1 pupil Trizia Jagolinda were crowned by school principal Camporazo and Brgy. Capt. Alvarez as Mister and Miss Cubay Elem. School 2012 respectively.

Arnel Baquinquito of Masville, Brgy. Cubay and a classroom teacher of La Carlota North Elem. School officially proclaimed the 2012 Mister and Miss Cubay Elem. School after his entertaining, humorous proclamation speech.



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Senior Citizen officers, Arturo BereƱa, President La Carlota City chapter, Alfredo Alojado, President Brgy. Cubay Chapter, Alfonso Villanueva, former president of Brgy. Cubay chapter and Ernesto Tampo, retired district supervisor and former principal of Cubay Elem. School graced the successful school festival.




32 comments:

  1. Nice, the post feels hometown festivity!

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  2. daw pareho lang sa hometown ko!
    When I was in grade school, we anticipate activities like this..
    like the kids that we are! :)

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  3. We also have like this back in grade school. I remember how great it was during those times when we had to stay at school just to practice our dance performances. I will be coming back in Negros Occidental and will visit some of the schools in the area of himamaylan for a children outreach project. I was hoping to meet you sometime.

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  4. Made me reminisce elementary days. Very nice!

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  5. I miss school activities too! Bibo ako pagdating sa dance numbers. Haha.

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  6. When I was in grade school, I always participate in any school programs. Bida ako lagi sa sayawan, lalo na sa folk dance. Hahaha. Gusto ko rin yung field demonstartion na ginagawa ng mga bata sa unang litrato, sabay sabay na nagiexcercise at sumasayaw. Ganda tingnan nyan lalo na pagsabay sabay. :)

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  7. Weee! This post reminds me of my grade school years. Everyone's so excited to participate in cultural presentations. I was very active in Literary-Musical contest but unfortunately, I was not very good in dancing. But I can sing! haha! Ahhh.. those were the days.. days when things were far less complicated. :)

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  8. Sir, saan po iyang Cubay?

    I miss activities like this.

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  9. Sir Gil, baka may alam kayo ng high school sa la carlota city and if you can recommend them this leadership training --> http://bayenn.blogspot.com/2012/01/invitation-to-student-leaders.html

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  10. Congrats sir principal! Galeng ni sir Gil mag balance ng family, work at pakikisama sa kapwa. Not everyone has a well rounded personality. People must emulate sir Gil Camporazo sa pagiging well rounded individual.

    http://travel-on-a-shoe-string.blogspot.com/2012/01/choco-late-de-batirol.html

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    1. I'm just doing my job as the head of my own family and also as the head of my humble school. Playing a versatile role takes a lot of dedication, determination and diligence to make everyone happy, including one's self.

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  11. I missed my elementary days tuloy, panay sali ko sa folk dances and kantahan haha. thanks for this post at I get to look back years that has passed

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  12. A nice activity for students! We all know that some of them really don't like doing such things like dancing or singing. With this kind of activity, it can boost their confidence and self-esteem and sometimes discover hidden talents. :)

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  13. this post reminds me of my elementary days way way back.yearly my field demo,sunod lang ako ng sunod kahit parehong left ang feet ko at matigas ang katawan.Congrats Sir Gil!

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  14. this post also reminds me of my elementary days long time ago, i always participate in this kind of activity... thanks for sharing...

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  15. Simple, fun activity that is worth bragging for.
    I do this all the time. ;)

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    1. Of course, you've to be proud of yourself for you got the talent for others to appreciate and credit you.

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  16. naalala q sir Gil ang kakulitan q nung elem days hahaha pati pagsali q sa mga duladulaan, kanta at sayaw:) keep on reading the post, my elementary days are truly full of innocence and joy:)

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  17. i missed school, yung tipong walang stress and more on activities din.

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  18. This presentation makes me nostalgic. Although I never attended public school, we lived near one in the 80s and I would watch childhood playmates when they joined activities like these. It was fun with the sun blazing and everybody perspiring but sporting a nice social mood.

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  19. Sir, La Carlota City of Negros am I right? I used to work in CAC (Central Azucarera de la Carlota), and I am missing the place a lot... Seeing these pictures also reminds me of a lot of things I enjoyed in grade school, i've been a candidate also for our school fund raising.. and I still have my Ms Japan outfit until now.. haha.. memories.. ;-)

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    1. Yes, Violy. La Carlota City in in Negros Occidental. CAC is no longer the name of the sugar central. It is now run by Roxas group of companies. I know during your time CAC is a very happy place to live in. CAC employees and workers have enjoyed a lot of bonuses especially during milling season.

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  20. seeing this nice post, i remember my school days, grade school and high school! i really enjoyed activities and my friends and classmates... memories, memories . . . . . .

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  21. i remembered having a n activity like this in school and we usually had this in our quadrangle... never complained about the heat back then, maybe because i had fun and we had additional grades for participating... Yahweh bless.

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  22. hehehe a cute reminder again of my grade school days... i always join those group dancing activities. nice post, and thanks for sharing!

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  23. Hi sir congratulations for this very wondeeful event. Truly you are managing this school very well and good.

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  24. I remember tuloy my elementary days. It was always a pleasure to join activities like this, the sense of camaraderie, the festive atmosphere, the sense of accomplishment!

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  25. You're a school principal? Wow! I'm impressed. That's why you're very opinionated and have strong principles. :)

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  26. never seena town festival before thank you for sharing

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  27. OMG! This reminds me on my childhood days Sir Gil, I was Princess Charity when in kindergarten. Memories from the past makes me proud. I'm my mum still hang the photos on the wall back home. Ganyan ka proud si nanay at tatay :)

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