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Taiheiyo awards top SF students in 2015-16

Medals. Hiroyuki "Barakki" Sakakibara (4th from left), director and technical adviser of Solid Earth Development Corp., joins the heads of various schools to whom he personally handed over medals for outstanding students. DepEd San Fernando district supervisor Necito Gador (2nd from right) led the educators.

Medals. Hiroyuki “Barakki” Sakakibara (4th from left), director and technical adviser of Solid Earth Development Corp., joins the heads of various schools to whom he personally handed over medals for outstanding students. DepEd San Fernando district supervisor Necito Gador (2nd from right) led the educators.

SAN FERNANDO, Cebu (March 29, 2016)Taiheiyo Cement Philippines, Inc. (TCPI) and Solid Earth Development Corp. (SEDC) have recognized the outstanding students in this town who excelled in school year 2015-2016 and awarded them with a medal each.

Both companies conferred the medals to 3,260 elementary and high school students from Grades 1 to 10 in gold, silver and bronze depending on their academic ranking during the schools’ graduation ceremonies.

The medals included 1,150 gold medals and 1,055 each in silver and bronze for the nine secondary public schools and 22 elementary schools, plus the day care center at Barangay Magsico.

TCPI and SEDC have since 2005 awarded the town’s outstanding students under the Access to Education and Educational Support Program pursued through their joint Social Development and Management Program (SDMP).

Both firms turned over 1,325 of these medals to the school heads of the nine public secondary schools, according to Mitzie Almira I. Carin, SEDC deputy division manager for human resources and administration.

They included the National High Schools of Balud, Balungag, Greenhills, Magsico, Pitalo, San Fernando (South Poblacion), Sangat and Tubod, as well as new beneficiary Lantawan Integrated School.

Necito T. Gador, district supervisor for San Fernando to the Department of Education received the other 1,905 medals for the elementary levels, Carin added.

Receiving the medals for the secondary schools were Principal II Dr. Imelda V. Canoy of Sangat and Principals I’s Lowella C. Capangpangan of Magsico and Napoleon B. Abasolo of Tubod.

And so did teachers-in-charge Rochie G. Villamero of Balud, Grela G. Kiamco of Balungag, Nanette D. Ymalay of Greenshills, Jeffrey P. Guangco of Pitalo, Precellano C. Comon of San Fernando and Elizabeth B. Rodriguez of Lantawan.

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