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Continued supremacy, Five-peat complete as CALABARZON rules NSPC 2017

Clad in its signature red journalist’s vest, CALABARZON snagged a first historic fifth straight championship after it dominated both individual and group events in the elementary and secondary levels in the recently concluded National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) in Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur on January 22 to 26.

CALABARZON drew first blood in the school paper contests as it posted the grandest record of claiming nine best school papers both in English and Filipino in Elementary and Secondary levels.

Leading the list of publication winners are The Martyrs (Trece Martires City National High School) and Ang Klaryon (Tanza National Comprehensive High School), hailed as the Best School Papers for English and Filipino category, respectively.

The Volcano from San Nicolas Central School and Paslit sa Bagong Henerasyon of San Miguel Elementary School also showed their dominance after being adjudged as the Most Outstanding School Papers in the Elementary level. Moreover, other Filipino school publications both in Elementary and Secondary from Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon also occupied the top seven spots.

CALABARZON also bagged the Most Outstanding School Paper Advisers (MOSPA) and the Most Outstanding Campus Journalists (MOCJ) through Marivic Climacosa (Tanza National Trade School) and Julie Anne Vertudes (Carmona Elementary School) and Angelica Onsana (Tanza National Comprehensive High School) and Reign Razzyl Maey Abesia (Family Village Resources ES), respectively.

After the grueling four-day competition among the Philippines’ best campus journalists, the red vested student-writers proved to be too much for the other regions as they topped the individual and group contests both in elementary and secondary level.

Meanwhile, Region III (Central Luzon) and Region XI (Davao) ranked second and third place, respectively, leaving the perennial bridesmaid, National Capital Region, out of the top three performing regions in this year’s NSPC.

Dr. Diosdado M. San Antonio, DepEd-CALABARZON Regional Director, lauded the students and school paper advisers for the record-setting peat, stressing that the win would serve as a reminder of the flare of the journalism in the region.

At the same time, RD San Antonio urged campus journalists to imbibe the lessons they learned during the competition and uphold their responsibility as individuals who use the power of the “fourth estate” to help the country overcome economic, natural, and societal drawbacks and difficulties.

“This five-peat should be taken as a driving force for aspiring media practitioners. Lead the country into enlightenment and awareness. Student journalists and school paper advisers (SPAs), continue the legacy you yourselves started with passion and determination,” he said.

Meanwhile, Jennifer Lopez, DepEd-Region 4A Education Program Supervisor in Journalism, echoed the appeal of the keynote speaker Malou Mangahas to the country’s campus journalists and news industry aspirants during the opening program of the annual journalism competition.

“Inspiring others is the extension of journalism’s reach. I want you to influence change. Be the change. Journalism is more than what we write, deliver, and tell,” Lopez said.

Being the head of the first region to accomplish the five-peat in NSPC history, RD San Antonio also called for a more active involvement among Region IV-A’s SPAs to ensure the continuity of the winning tradition. He added that SPAs play a crucial role in preparing and honing student writers and broadcasters for future competitions.

“With the win, our teachers and school paper advisers are challenged to share valuable input during journalism trainings and symposiums. They should act as a support force for our young journalists,” San Antonio added. (Patrick T. Coquilla, Trece Martires City National HS, Cavite Province)

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