Monday, August 24, 2015

Cong. Escudero to private school mentors: Join search for Sorsogon's outstanding teachers

SORSOGON CITY—Congresswoman Evie Escudero has encouraged private school teachers to also join the search for the Outstanding Teachers of Sorsogon being conferred by the Dr. Salvador H. Escudero III Foundation.

Congresswoman Evie Escudero
Escudero said in an interview Sunday that the search is part of her advocacy to further improve the quality of education in the province.

For this year’s awards, six public school teachers received the recognition in a formal ceremony held at the Sorsogon State College Audio-Visual Hall here on Aug. 14.

The six winners were among the 15 finalists from both elementary and secondary levels who were chosen by the members of the board of judges during a two-month screening process.

Those who made it to the finals at the elementary level were Marilou G. Fuentes and Nena G. Gonzaga of Bulusan Central School; Maria Ditas D. Lisano, Bacon West Central School; Arlene D. Deticio, Anabelle D. Botial and Salvacion G. Ativo, Sorsogon East Central School; Perla R. Deramas, Bogna Elementary School, Bacon District; and Marites D. Dicen, Sorsogon Pilot Elementary School.

At the secondary level, those who made the shortlist were Karen R. Guerina, Aurora L. Caguia and Emily Dolot of Sorsogon National High School; Josephine D. Recebido, San Isidro National High School; Elmer Divina, Gallanosa National High School; Amalia V. Dealca of Casiguran Technical Vocational School; and Rosalinda L. Lato, Abuyog National High School.

Chosen as Outstanding Teachers of Sorsogon for secondary level were Caguia, Divina and Dolot; selected from the elementary level were Dicen, Botial and Deramas.

Escudero personally conferred the awards on the winners who received plaques and cash rewards.

The finalists were also given the same awards.(PNA)
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