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De La Salle Lipa dominates MMC, seizes 9 gold in Division Oral round

De La Salle Lipa Integrated School sustained its winning streak after bagging nine first placers out of 10 Grade levels in the recently clinched 2017 Metrobank DepEd MTAP Math Challenge Division Oral Round held at De La Salle Lipa Integrated School on March 16 and 17.

The Grades 1 – 6 DLSL Mathletes emerged victorious after outscoring all the Division Qualifiers from different public and private schools in the entire Schools Division of Lipa and swept six top spots setting a new record, surpassing the 5 first placers last year.

On the other hand the Grades 7 – 9 Division qualifiers of the said school secured the top spot in their respective level and performed better than the last year’s 2 first placers of Grades 7 and 8.

Meanwhile, Canossa Academy – Grade 10, snatched the top spot leaving DLSL Integrated School unseated in the top three.

“Winning in any contest especially in Math competition needs constant practice and trainings, and it means you are willing to go longer, work harder and give more and do your best than anyone else,” said Dennis R. Dimaala, Learning Area Chair Mathematics Grades School Department, in an interview

Dimaala added, “The true success of winning in a contest is realizing that you were able to impart knowledge and skills to your students.”

The team of Alex Anthony C. Andal and Alexandra Benedict C. Bulloso – Grade 5; Ashley Julie Marie P. De Leon and Andre Jerahmy R. Amante – Grade 6; Kiana Alecsandra  Garing and Elizabeth Kho – Grade 9 of DLSL Integrated School and Rico Paul Carandang and Paul Erik De Silva – Grade 10 of Canossa Academy will represent the Schools Division of Lipa in the 2017 Metrobank MTAP DepEd Math Challenge Regional Finals – Team Oral on March 30-31 at Candelaria Elementary School Main, Candelaria West District, Candelaria,Quezon.

Moreover, Alexandra Benedict C. Bulloso, Andre Jerahmy R. Amante, Kiana Alecsandra  Garing of DLSL Integrated School and Vince Joseph B. Briones – Grade 10 of Pinagkawitan National High School will compete in the 2017 MMC Regional Finals – Individual Written Category after scoring the highest among all the participants in their particular level in the Division DepEd MTAP Elimination Round.

“It was the ounces of hard work in the trainings and reviews that made participants the champions,” said Dr. Lorna R. Medrano – CID Chief in her inspirational message.

She also emphasized that it is not only the winnings that counts but the experience gained by the participants in the competition that could develop their self-confidence.

Apart from the awarding of the winning teams from Grades 1 – 10, Theresa G. Exconde – EPS Mathematics recognized the students who met  the standard and awarded them  as third, second, and first honors respectively based on their recorded scores.

Exconde also acknowledged the top participating schools during the conduct of MTAP Saturday Classes by awarding the schools certificate of recognition.

“This year’s MMC Division Finals is a remarkable one. For the first time, it is hosted by a prestigious private school,” said Exconde.

“I hope this will be the start of a  substantial partnership with other private schools in the future, “ she added.

It is recalled that public schools hosted MMC Division Finals in the past. It is only this year that a private school hosted the said annual competition. (Ranilo P. Merle, Ph. D., Teacher III, Senator Claro M. Recto Memorial School, Deped Lipa City)

 

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