“Matuwid na Pamamahala Tungo sa ARMM na Masagana’t Mapayapa”

Thursday, March 27, 2014

K to 10 CGs now available on line

The DepEd Central Office has issued latest version of the curriculum guides covering K to 10 learning areas. To download please follow the link below:

1. Kindergarten

2. Mother Tongue

3. Filipino

4. English

5. Math

6. Science

7. Araling Panlipunan

8. Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (EsP)

9. Music

10. Arts

11. Physical Education

12. Health

13. Edukasyong Pantahanan at Pangkabuhayan (EPP)


14. Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE)

a. Home Economics (Beauty CareCaregivingCookeryFront Office ServicesHandicraftHousehold Services,  DressmakingTravel ServicesWellness Massage)

b. Agri-Fishery Arts (Agri-Crop Production, Animal Production, AquacultureHorticulture)

c. Industrial Arts (Automotive ServicingCarpentryConsumer Electronics ServicingElectrical Installation and MaintenancePlumbingRefrigeration and AirconditioningShielded Metal Arc WeldingMasonry

d. Information and Communications Technology (ICT) - (Computer Hardware Servicing, Illustration, Technical Drafting, Contact Center Services)

President Aquion recognizes ARMM Mujiv Hataman's leadership

"Let me also thank Governor Mujiv Hataman of the ARMM, who has demonstrated what can be done through good leadership. From the outset, we shared the view that the system as presently crafted is susceptible to abuse by the wrong leaders. Hehas worked for true transformation that lends itself to permanence. And now, after all his achievements, he willingly steps aside. That is the sort of leader we need: Focused on the other, and not on himself." - President Benigno Simeon Aquino III

For the full text of the President's message at the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB), delivered at Malacañan Palace on March 27, 2014.

Statement of ARMM Gov. Mujiv S. Hataman on the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB)


The people of the Autonomous Region in Muslim Mindanao hail the signing of the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro between the Philippine Government (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF).

Today is the culmination of years of intensive peace talks and marks a new beginning for us, a historic deal that will chart the future of the Moro people. We are grateful to President Benigno Aquino III and MILF Chairman Al Haj Murad Ibrahim for showing real political courage in moving the peace process forward.

The peace agreement should help heal the historical injustices of the past as it gives way for a political setup that will allow the Moro people to exercise self-governance and contribute to the growth and prosperity of this nation.

A week ago, we commemorated the anniversary of the event that served as turning point in the Bangsamoro struggle – the Jabidah massacre. It was a tragedy that united the Moro people, regardless of background and affiliation.

We put premium on history and the narratives of our ancestors who fought and shed blood for the cause of their people. While we try to look back to remind our people of our cause, we are moving forward to build a brighter future for our homeland and for this nation.

For more than two years now, the ARMM government was able to set a new horizon for the Bangsamoro people. One that does not fail, one that holds the aspiration of its people for a genuine self-rule.

And as the progress of reforming ARMM as an institution continues, we remain true to our commitment that this effort is an integral part in laying down the foundation for the new Bangsamoro entity.

Much remains to be done. The Comprehensive Agreement heralds a new challenge to the Bangsamoro, a new struggle that we must face as one.

OPAPP: Bangsamoro peace pact a major contribution to the country and the world

Nine years after the Indonesian government and the Free Aceh Movement signed a landmark peace deal that officially ended almost three decades of fighting in the Indonesian province of Aceh, the Philippines will follow with another peace deal that seeks to close one of the deadliest and longest-running armed conflicts in this part of Asia.

Following 17 years of hard negotiations, the Government of the Philippines (GPH) and the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF) will finally sign the Comprehensive Agreement on the Bangsamoro (CAB) on Thursday.

Government chief negotiator Miriam Coronel-Ferrer stressed that the CAB signing will benefit not only Filipinos.

“The sealing of the comprehensive agreement is important not only for the Bangsamoro, the people of Mindanao and all other Filipino citizens who have all to gain as one country pursuing its unfinished task of nation-building.”

“It is also our global contribution to the pursuit of peace in our immediate neighborhood, the Southeast Asian region, and the rest of the world,” the chief negotiator said during a press briefing on Tuesday in Malacañang.

“Many other countries continue to face similar troubles. Our experience, our mechanisms, our approaches have become a rich source of inspiration to these countries that remain challenged by their respective domestic conflicts,” she added.

On the same note, Presidential Adviser on the Peace Process Teresita Quintos Deles said that the CAB “is going to be a major contribution for the peace and development of the entire country.”

“Our call really is to let the Bangsamoro have their chance for peaceful lives where there can be sustainable development,” added the peace adviser.

The five-page document will be signed in Malacañang Palace by the GPH and MILF panel members in the presence of more than 1,000 guests from various sectors of society.

Deles, along with President Benigno S. Aquino III, MILF chief Al Haj Murad Ebrahim, and Malaysia Prime Minister Dato Sri Mohd Najib Bin Tun Hj Abdul Razak will also witness the historic signing.

The CAB puts together all the agreements signed by both parties: the Framework Agreement on the Bangsamoro, the four Annexes and the Addendum, the Ceasefire Agreement of 1997, the Tripoli Agreement in 2001, among others.

Source: http://www.gov.ph/2014/03/26/bangsamoro-peace-pact-contribution-to-country-world/
opapp.gov.ph

Monday, March 24, 2014

Another Maguindanao high school receives garment tools and equipment

Formal turn-over of BEAM-ARMM garment tools and equipment to Sapakan NHS. 
Sapakan, Rajah Buayan, Maguindanao (March 18) - The local community and stakeholders of Sapakan National High School (NHS) convene today for the formal turn-over of garment tools and equipment from the AusAID-funded BEAM-ARMM Program.

Sapakan NHS principal Hadja Elma L. Maliga acknowledged the presence and support of PTA officials led by its president the incumbent Vice Mayor Datu Jonathan P. Lumenda; community leaders and elders led by ABC president Datu Yacob Ampatuan; Secondary Teachers Association of Maguindanao I Division president Mr. Mando P. Gumaga, and Maguindanao I Division- EPS Baitaya Lumambas and Anie Manabilang. 

In the turnover, DepED-ARMM Regional Office was represented by OIC-BSE Dr. Fatima B. Abubakar and Tech Voc/SHS Coordinator Ma. Corazon G. Maguate, while BEAM-ARMM was represented by TVET Component Manager Peter Bellen, Fahad Romancap and Sherwin Desierto. 

Aside from the garment course, Sapakan NHS is also offering food processing technology and ICT courses.  
The school sits on a 16-hectare reservation area which makes it a promising skill center for excellence in this part of Maguindanao. Sapakan NHS is the 4th among high schools to receive tools and equipment package from BEAM-ARMM.

According to TVET component manager Peter Bellen, the package includes twenty-five (25) units of Singer 15E complete with straight table, Z-type stand and household motor and five (5) units of button holer, singer 4423 heavy duty portable with 2 step buttonhole.

School head  Hadja Elma L. Maliga promised, "pagyayamanin namin ang donation na ito, aalagaan namin upang mraming mga estudyante pa ang matututo at makagamit nito". (Fatima Abubakar/BSE)

Friday, March 14, 2014

Feature: Dream on for School Children of ARMM

Dreaming Exercise in progress (Photo courtesy of Alsid Pakam, RN)
By Christine Tawasil-Sangkula, RN

(Note: This reflection was written after a dreaming exercise in the on-going Program Implementation Review and Planning Workshop for School Health and Nutrition Program, March 9-14, 2014, Cecille's Pension House, Zamboanga City. The program was organized around the Appreciative Inquiry Model.)

As I lied down on the wooden floor, slowly closing my eyes while listening to the instructions, narration of what to think of, and to dream for the school children of ARMM...I cannot help myself but reflect on the daily scenes that I used to see...

Looking at the public schools of the region and the school children will tell us that these kids truly need some help. Many of them go to school with worn- out shoes and bags, torn shirts, others do not even have decent bags and still others go to school with no 'baon'. A number of them are undernourished as reflected in the nutritional status report and bear some ailments of respiratory in nature, dental and skin problems. Diseases that are preventable when given the proper attention.

The DepEd ARMM has the largest number of nurses in schools compared to the DOH hospitals and RHUs. What a relief somehow. But what can the 400+ nurses do to help change the scenario?

We, Nurses among all professionals assume multifaceted roles that differentiate us from the rest. TLC - Tender Love & Care, are known to be
our best qualities that have put us in a pedestal giving us the recognition all over the world. So therefore let us make use of these qualities to help improve the health and nutrition status of our school children...

I love to see school children of ARMM who go and attend school with a sweet smile in their faces showing their pearly white teeth, children who have clean hands with well trimmed fingernails, smooth skin, full of energy and vigor. As claimed by experts "a healthy child is a bright child". And I say a healthy child is a happy child.

My dear colleagues, let us be reminded by our pledge to be of service to others. Let us give our TLC with genuine concern. Let us be compassionate, to see and understand the plight of our pupils and think of ways to help alleviate their pains and suffering in our own TLC. Let us keep our passion burning and sustain our high spirits in our commitment to bring forth ARMM children achieve maximum health and nutrition well being...

[email protected]#$%^&M!!! My dreaming was interrupted by the noise of the microphone!

As I opened my eyes and said "good morning" in mid afternoon one by one everyone started to get up with a smile, perhaps they too had a beautiful dream.

Postscript:
Immediately, after the dreaming exercise, participants were requested to write on a piece of paper a word from the dream that they can associate with the health of the ARMM school children.

The facilitator serving as a wordsmith, wove together all the individual inputs into something like this:

OUR CALLING, THEIR HEALTH

We see amazing and wonderful (2x) children
Free, happy (7x) and smiling
Full of laughter, active and alert!

We want them fit, caries- and worm-free
Nurtured, nourished and care for (2x)
God-fearing, full of potential, enthusiastic!

Healthy (3x) they are, ready to learn
Responsive, adaptive, committed
Skilled, intelligent (3x), top-notch and globally competitive!

Source:
Main text: https://www.facebook.com/ssangkula/posts/746204475404277?comment_id=83472636&offset=0&total_comments=5&ref=notif&notif_t=feed_comment_reply

Group output: https://www.facebook.com/groups/212562992117933/725873647453529/?notif_t=group_activity

Friday, March 7, 2014

ARMM teacher-nominees attend PAHRODF course counseling

DepEd-ARMM nominees and their workplace supervisors listening intently to an alumna of University of South Australia (UniSA) explains the program offering available for international students.
Cebu City - Four (4) teacher-nominees who recently passed the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) attended a three-day course counseling in the city together with their respective workplace supervisor.

The four (4) teacher-nominees from DepEd-ARMM are Norhaifa Mamainte (Lanao Sur IB), Nor-Ain Sani (Marawi City), Norilyn Sabdula (Lanao Sur II) and Charmine Puig. Workplace supervisors in attendance are OIC-ASDS Salamat Abedin (Marawi City), Mampay Macagaan (Lanao Sur IB) and Aquil Sarip (Lanao Sur II).

In this 3-day course counseling the participants were oriented on the need for re-entry action plan (REAP) and why this has to be done early and connected with organizational priorities.

On the third day, representatives and alumni of selected Australian universities were present to discuss program details, support services and clarify nominees concerns. More than a dozen universities were represented.

After the counseling, nominees are to forward their course preference, undergo a comprehensive medical check-up and one final pre-departure orientation before leaving for Australia in June to get ready for the school opening in July 2014.

According to Regional Secretary Atty Jamar Kulayan, this initiative is part of the HRD effort of the current ARMM leadership, to build a critical mass of reform-minded change-makers within the DepEd-ARMM bureaucracy.

Assistant Secretary for Programs Noor Saada said this is the 3rd time that DepEd-ARMM is sending teacher-scholars for overseas studies. The first one was with a leadership short course at Universiti Brunei Darussalam and the second with 8 scholars to Indonesia.

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Feature: Confronting critical challenges in Madrasah management

By: USec Ustadz Alzad Sattar

(Message delivered during the Madrasah Program Implementation Review and Workshop conducted by the Basic Education Assistance for Mindanao (BEAM – ARMM) Project and the DepEd-ARMM Bureau of Madaris Education (BME), on February 28 to March 02, 2014, at the at Cecil’s Pension House, Tumaga Porcento, Zamboanga City. In attendance were administrators and principals of the 26 BEAM – ARMM assisted Pilot Madaris.)

Listening to your impressions and learning insights, I am glad to hear that you have learned many things during the 3-day workshop. Our objective is simple - to make you more effective and efficient in the exercise of your functions and responsibilities as administrators and principals . This is the main reason behind why, as much as possible, we don’t allow proxy in any of our activities. Participants should be the one who is directly responsible as administrators not represented by anybody to ensure that he or she can discharge the functions properly. We believe that you can do better by personally attending the workshop rather than just sending your representatives.

As observed, this bad practice contributes to the ineffectiveness of the pilot madaris management. We consider it, in fact, as a waste of time, effort, and resources as it will not contributory to the sustainability of the management. And we don’t’ want to repeat the same mistakes. That is why we always make sure those who will attend the activities are those who were sent invitations.

There was a time, sometime last year, when we conducted a write-shop cum on the Manual of Operations in Cagayan De Oro City, a group of fellows suddenly arrived and wanted to join the program. We asked them, did you receive an invitation? No, we just overheard it from our fellows and we would like to attend. I replied, "Hinahangaan po namin ang inyong pagkainterasado sa aktibididad, ngunit, ipagpaumanhin nyo po, hindi kayo kasali sa programa" (We appreciate your interest in the activity, however, we are very sorry, you are not included in the program). So they went home at their own expenses.

At any rate, given the knowledge and skills you acquired for the past 3 days, my first challenge now to all of us is to practice what we have learned. It is not just enough to say we learned a lot, but we have to put it into practice for our pilot madaris to improve and soar high. The knowledge on project proposal, for example, is a good step for you as administrators to look for funding and donor agencies who can help in improving your pilot madrasah needs and priorities.

This will lead to the second challenge – resourcefulness and networking. As administrators, you need to be resourceful. Don’t wait for the ‘hulog ng langit’ (manna from heaven), because this is very rare. You have to do something on your own and use your initiative. Effective administrators and managers know how to connect with people especially the community and the LGUs. So strengthen your relationship with them by showing to them that you are doing it for the benefit of the children and the community. You have to keep in mind you exist for the community not for your own interest. You just need to establish integrity to gain their trust. The moment you have their trust, I am pretty sure, you will gain their unwavering support.

Just a word of reminder, you have to make clear to the LGUs your relationship with them is not a political one and no string attached.You need to support each other because you have shared responsibilities to educate the children so that together you both contribute to the peace and development of the community. Therefore, I advise you not to side any politicians, otherwise, your madrasah will suffer the consequences.

The third challenge is let us aim for excellence and quality. Quality management and quality education should be at the top of our vision-mission coupled with moral fineness and selfless commitment. Pilot madaris should be at far with other private educational institutions, if not today as we are just starting, but maybe in the near future. Once, we achieve quality management and quality education we will produce quality leaders with excellent leadership who will lead the Bangsamoro homeland in their own chosen field of specializations. After all, this is what Islam wanted us to do – aim for excellence and work for quality. A’isha, may Allah be pleased with her, narrated as reported by Al-Bayhaqie that Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, once said: “Allah loves His servant who does things with perfection.”

Finally, let us be reminded that we should always check our intention. We are doing anything in order to gain the pleasure of Allah not for the sake of fame, glory, and material benefits. For, if we do, we will not and we will never succeed in our undertaking. Without sincerity, for sure, we cannot withstand the challenges that we faced and we will be encountering and consequently we out rightly give up. Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, accordingly once stated “Whoever does something for Allah’s sake, his actions will be long lasting. However, whoever does the opposite his work will be in vain.” It goes without saying, our work will die a natural death.

May Allah Almighty grant us sincerity in all of our undertakings.

Tawi-Tawi appointment forwarded to CSC-ARMM for attestation


Sulu appointment forwarded to CSC-ARMM for attestation




Monday, March 3, 2014

ARMM Regional Science High School tops RSPC

DepEd-ARMM recently concluded the Regional School Press Conference (RSPC) held at Camp Siongco ES, Maguindanao II Division. The 3-day conference covered ten (10) events - eight (8) individual and two (2) group events.

The eight (8) individual events covered English and Filipino news and feature writing, editorial, sports, science and health, editorial cartooning, copy reading and headline writing, photojournalism. The two (2) group events covered collaborative publishing, radio broadcasting and script writing.

This year's RSPC was participated the divisions of Lamitan City, Sulu, Lanao Suur IA, IB, II, Marawi City, Maguindanao I and II with sixty-four (64) participating elementary and high schools, including five (5) private elementary and private schools.

In terms of medal count, ARMM Regional High School top this year's conference. The elementary level winners by event are as follows:

Category:  NEWS WRITING (English)                        Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Ayeffa May Macalindao
F
JASCES
Young Herald
Edilberto Empinado
LS - II
2
Angel Pauline Conlenbres
M
Nuro Central ES
NCES Newsette
Almaida Diaz
Mag. II
3
Denise Gail Tonatos
F
Sarmiento CES
The Dawn
Corazon Olaran
Mag. II

Category: NEWS WRITING (Filipino)                         Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Asnaira Tuan
F
Gani Abpi College
Taliapas
Muhaliden Kimbo
Mag.  I
2
Rosemarie Quilaton    
F
Sarmiento West ES
The Dawn
Myrna Bueno
Mag.  II
3
Tiffany Howen Bumatay
F
Making ES
The Pen
Elnora Natino
Mag. II

Category: FEATURE WRITING (English)                   Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Hannah Relox
F
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Elsie Bancal
Mag. II
2
Rohayza Ali
F
JASCES
Young Herald
Ronilo Dionaldo
LS - II
3
Shilian Marie Pinto
F
Nuro Central ES
NCES Newsette
Dionel Mahusay
Mag. II

Category: FEATURE WRITING (Filipino)                   Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Norhan Lazim
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Imee Palencia
Mag. II
2
Lee Angela Balitaan
F
Sarmiento Central ES
The Dawn
Esther Germo
Mag. II
3
Bai Sittie Racena Hasan
F
Parang Central ES
The Scroll
Fidela Balansag
Mag. II

Category: EDITORIAL WRITING (English)                                Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Yziene Hope Mondejar
F
Sarmiento Central ES
The Dawn
Corazon Olaran
Mag. II
2
Sittie Harmela Ali
F
Notre Dame of Parang
ND Beacon
Maribel Arceno
Mag. II
3
Amierkhan Arjan
M
Making Elem. School
The Pen
Jonie Ilan
Mag. II



Category: EDITORIAL WRITING (Filipino)                                Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Mohammad Fayez Tomawis
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Elena Amiscua
Mag. II
2
Jerish Ainee Meyvin Faeldonia
F
Notre Dame of Parang
ND Beacon
Maribel Arceno
Mag. II
3
Ulysses Dave Castro
M
Sarmiento CES
The Pen
Meriam Sadio
Mag. II

Category: SPORTS WRITING (English)                      Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Raiyana Canda
F
Kilangan Elem.  School
Kalilangan
Wendelyn Galleto
Mag. II
2
Norhasan Lazim
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Lolita Dicay
Mag. II
3
Ma. Ysabelle Amigable
F
Nuro Central ES
NCES Newsette
Dina Lapidez
Mag. II

Category: SPORTS WRITING (Filipino)                     Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Vivencio Bataga II
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Licheil Maraasin
Mag. II
2
Vivien Alexis Benjamin
F
Parang Central  ES
The Scroll
Elvira Jimenez
Mag. II
3
Ian Anthony Funcion
M
Notre Dame of Parang
ND Beacon
Maribel Arceno
Mag. II

Category: EDITORIAL CARTOONING (English)                      Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Bernadette Golpeo
F
Sarmiento Central ES
The Dawn
Corazon Olaran
Mag. II
2
Andrei Lerios
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Joenalyn Reyes
Mag. II
3
Kevin Carino
M
Nuro Central ES
NCES Newsette
Almaida Diaz
Mag. II

Category: EDITORIAL CARTOONING (Filipino)                      Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Mujib Ito
M
Punta Central ES
Sea Breeze
Jocelyn Lastimosa
Mag. II
2
Hairudin Guiambangan
M
Datu Unsay Central ES
Sambulayang
Abidah Meto
Mag. I
3
Nurfaysa Mundig
F
Amai Pakpak CES
The Wings
Rayhana Ali
Marawi City

Category: SCIENCE and HEALTH (English)                               Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Al-Mahir Mamarinta
M
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Merlinda Arcual
Mag. II
2
Winnie Tejada
F
Sarmiento Central ES
The Dawn
Kristine Auditor
Mag. II
3
Liela Krisitine Almanzor
F
Nuro Central ES
NCES Newsette
Almaida Diaz
Mag. II

Category: SCIENCE and HEALTH (Filipino)                              Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Raniah Kusain
F
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Marion Gay Serofia
Mag. II
2
Bai Janine Dilna
F
Gani Abpi College
Taliapas
Annie Rose Toribio
Mag. I
3
Lady Venna Papna
F
Dinganen Elem. Sch.
Ang Butil
Reynald Mugat
Mag. II

Category: COPY READING and HEADLINE WRITING (English)                        Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Keith Ulangkaya
M
Sarmiento CES
The Dawn
Pelita Recomono
Mag. II
2
Joe Harvey Mato
M
Making Elem. School
The Pen
Jonie Ilan
Mag. II
3
Jhamica Marie Mundos
F
Punta Central ES
Sea Breeze
Ma. Dativa Banlawi
Mag. II

Category: COPY READING and HEADLINE WRITING (Filipino)        Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Abegail Demetillo
F
Sarmiento Central ES
The Dawn
Mona Walid
Mag. II
2
Ronaliza Cabasal
F
Making Elem. School
The Pen
Fatima Maruhom
Mag. II
3
Jihan Doton
F
Punta Central ES
Sea Breeze
Ma. Dativa Banlawi
Mag. II

Category: PHOTOJOURNALISM (English)                                                               Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Shaira Guinta
F
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Meriam Macalangcom
Mag. II
2
Sittie Shalani Jane Tukan
F
Gani Abpi College
Taliapas
Nasser Kudza
Mag. I
3
Aida Mae Pedroso
F
Kauran Elem. School
Spectra
Mary Rhose Ann Navarro
Mag. I

Category: PHOTOJOURNALISM                 (Filipino)                                              Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Sex
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Pauline Quesada
F
Parang Montessori
The Montessori Journal
Meriam Macalangcom
Mag. II
2
Gene Robert Tulbanos
M
Notre Dame of Parang
ND Beacon
Maribel Arceno
Mag. II
3
Christine Joy Flojo
F
Aliman Gunsi ES
The Hilltop
Charlyn Andang
Mag. I

A. The secondary level winners by event are as follows:
Category:  NEWS WRITING (English)                        Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Rose Marie  C. Azucena
Female
Ruth Manion MNHS
The Cursor
Mary Jane B. Dinopol
Mag. 2
2
Mohammad Yasir Casan
Male
Parang National HS
The New Horizon
Jaime Mendoza
Mag. 2
3
Fahad Sahal
Male
Maguindanao NHS
The Maguindanao
Noregen Embate
Mag.1

Category: NEWS WRITING (Filipino)                         Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Christine Joy Bacas
Female
NDParang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
2
Nichole Baluarte
Female
SFSI
Spencerians Voice
Cresilda R. Torres
LS 2
3
Bailawan  Watamama
Male
GNHS
Salindan
Esmael N. Kelim
Mag. 1

Category: FEATURE WRITING (English)                   Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Ennah Marie Pahati
Female
NDUpi
The Spectrum
Carla Mae Cajandig
Mag. 2
2
Destimona S. Abdul
Female
MSULHS
Labliner
Edwin Tantalie
Sulu
3
Aljon Jay Manco
Male
SFSI
Spencerians Voice
Janeth L. Bagolor
LS 2

Category: FEATURE WRITING (Filipino)                   Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Fatimah Anesha Pula
Female
Jolo NHS
The Echo
Aida I. Tee
Sulu
2
Frances Aivie Ballerta
Female
PNHS
Ang sinag
Joylin M. Guines
Mag. 1
3
Bai Rehanah Dilna
Female
GLACI
Talapias
Tarto B. Kusa
Mag. 1




Category: EDITORIAL WRITING (English)                                Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Kurt Justine Benzonan
Female
Jolo NHS
The Echo
Aida I. Tee
Sulu
2
Moneth Luna
Female
ND Parang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
3
Mello Shane Carag
Female
ARSHS
The Spotlot
Diana Kit N. Lucero
Mag. 2

Category: EDITORIAL WRITING (Filipino)                                Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Krissa Mae Ubas
Female
ARSHS
The Spotlight
Eddie Empanado
Mag. 2
2
Byle Cates Papolonias
Female
SFSI
Spencerians Voice
Cresilda R. Torres
LS 2
3
Sahani Mosi
Female
PNHS
The New Horizon
Marita Eleuterio
Mag. 2

Category: SPORTS WRITING (English)                      Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Kyla G. Guiali
Female
KNHS
Nurzana Jade Sacop

Kalilangan
Mag 1
2
Sandra Loise Alimao
Female
NDUpi
The Spectrum
Carla Mae Cajandig
Mag.2
3
Farhana B. Alam
Female
LNHS
Lamitan Tribune
Milagros Alojado
Lamitan City

Category: SPORTS WRITING (Filipino)                     Region:  ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Maira Mangdag
Female
PNHS
The New Horizon
Marita Eleuterio
Mag. 2
2
Feben Maguate
Male
NDParang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
3
Joey Carlo Platon
Male
NDUpi
The spectrum
Joremie Villanueva
Mag. 2

Category: EDITORIAL CARTOONING (English)                      Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Muhammad Jameh Peno
Male
PNHS
The New Horizon
Jaime Mendoza
Mag. 2
2
Princess Mairasna Dalao
Female
NDParang
ND Beacon
Glenda Mendoza
Mag. 2
3
Noraisa W. Edzla
Female
GLACI
Talapias
Abubakar A. Maguid
Mag. 1

Category: EDITORIAL CARTOONING (Filipino)                      Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Seu Joshua Lopez
Male
NDParang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
2
Mohammad K. Wahab
Male
PNHS
The New Horizon
Marita Eleuterio
Mag. 2
3
Al-Jame Kapusan
Male
NDUpi
The spectrum
Joremie Villanueva
Mag. 2






Category: SCIENCE and HEALTH (English)                               Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Safanah Gauraki
Female
BNHS
Sindaw
Famidah B Abbas
LS 1B
2
Mahasia Mandigon
Female
MNHS
The Maguindanao
Noregen Embate
Mag. 1
3
Claudine Pudpud
Female
PNHS
The New Horizon
Jaime Mendoza
Mag. 2

Category: SCIENCE and HEALTH (Filipino)                              Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Norjanna Dimarao
Female
PNHS
The New Horizon
Marita Eleuterio
Mag. 2
2
Nassiba Abdulkadir
Female
DMNHS
Ang Buhangin
Armia Mangutara
Mag. 2
3
Roselyn J. Calurasan
Female
RMMNHS
The Corsur
Mary Jane B. Dinopol
Mag. 2

Category: COPY READING and HEADLINE WRITING (English)                        Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Endria Alibanggo
Female
UAS-PTIA
The Happy Valley
Jay Bersamina
Mag. 2
2
Jessica Annc Marie Noces
Female
PNHS
The Rays
Leonora Ibardone
Mag. 1
3
Bai Sarah D. Ibad
Female
SFHS
The Beacon
Irene P. Casada
Mag. 2

Category: COPY READING and HEADLINE WRITING (Filipino)        Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Roslaine Porowa
Female
ND Parang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
2
Phoebe Rose Lamigo
Female
UAS-PTIA
The Happy Valley
Esther L Laguidao
Mag. 2
3
Kerith Ravine L. Lumiares
Male
SFHS
The Beacon
Irene P. Casada
Mag. 2

Category: PHOTOJOURNALISM (English)                                                               Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Rasul Mantawil
Male
GLACI
Taliapas
Abubakar Maguid
Mag. 1
2
Jibbran Peno
Male
PNHS
The Horizon
Aisah Hadjiracman
Mag. 2
3
JV Rosevert Burdas
Male
SFHS
The Beacon
Irene P. Casada
Mag. 2

Category: PHOTOJOURNALISM                 (Filipino)                                              Region: ARMM

Complete Name of Student
Gender
School
Name of school Publication
Publication Adviser
Division
1
Paula Nicole Bataga
Female
ARSHS
The Spotlight
Eddie Empanado
Mag. 2
2
Mara Girl Idpan 
Female
ND Parang
ND Beacon
Glenda Lee
Mag. 2
3
Yasraf Gayao
Male
SFHS
The Beacon
Irene P. Casada
Mag. 2

Regional Secretary Atty Jamar Kulayan  inspired pupils, students and teachers to excel in school, to continuously develop their skills in keeping with the demands of the 21st century. 

BSE Chief Dr Fatima Abubakar informed that the RSPC winners participate in the National School Press Conference (NSPC) in Subic on April 2014.



"Matuwid na pamamahala tungo sa ARMM sa masagana't mapayapa"

English - "Good governance for a progressive and peaceful ARMM."

Sinama - "Hap pamarinta tudju ARMM na sambu maka salamat"

Bahasa Sug - "Dan mabuntul tudju pa ARMM masambu iban mahatul"

Meranaw - "Mathitu a kandatu sa ARMM ko katagompiya go kalilintad"