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DepEd Dasma breaks new ground through its First Book Fair

Trailing this year’s National Book Week theme “Libraries Take Action: Providing Access and Opportunity to All”, the Schools Division Office of Dasmariñas initiated the first Book Fair at the De La Salle Animo Center last November 21-22, 2017.

DepEd Dasma Book Fair 2017 was participated by Kinder to Grade 12 students and teachers from public and private schools. 18 exhibitors also graced the two-day event. These were ABC Educational Development Center, Adarna House, Anvil Publishing, Bookware Publishing, Church Strengthening Ministry, FNB Educational, Futurebuilder Publications, Golden Cronica, Hope Publishing, Lampara, MindGuru, New Century Books, OMF Literature, Unlimited Books, Vicarish, and Visprint. Students, teachers, and even parents were able to purchase books on discounted prices.

SDO officials, personnel, and school heads attended the opening program with Lina Tibayan and Dr. Emmanuel Resurreccio who spearheaded the ribbon-cutting ceremony.

Chelsey Hammil Cañares from Dasmarinas Elementary School, champion of the Storytelling Contest during the Regional Festival of Talents, performed her piece to pupils from Kinder to Grade 3 of different schools.

Amalgamated Specialties Corporation (AMSPEC), one of the event partners, conducted a Christmas-themed art workshop to 30 pupils. A learning event about Press Delete Bullying was discussed by Dr. Rowena Hibanada whilw Visprint author Joey Arguelles talked about being a writer and his book during the afternoon sessions of Day 1.

Kids from Kindergarten to Grade 3 became excited as Mori Santos and Kuya Nonoy from Adarna House performed simultaneous storytelling sessions on the second day of the book fair. Cha Medina, a freelance creative, talked about her passion for art and how she made a career out of it.

High school students were energized as the last speaker did an “interview yourself” kind of discourse, highlighting his humble beginnings and experiences in creative writing. Other activities included film-viewing activities for both days, which featured Dead Poets Society and The Book Thief.

AMSPEC generously distributed their products that included a variety of art and coloring supplies, which were enjoyed by the students during the raffle segment.

The Division’s Story Book Writing Contest and Search for Most Functional Library and Reading Area were awarded in the closing program. Among the 1st Place winners in the Division’s Story Book Writing Contest were Mildred Geminiano, Kamille De Claro, and Shiela Marie Borilla with their storybook titled “Si Baste at si Koko” from Pintong Gubat Elementary School (Kindergarten). Grade 1 pupili Maria Antoniette Ocampo with her storybook titled “Mauna-una” from Salitran Elementary School also bagged first place. While Grade 3 pupil Karren Labayna with her storybook titled “Nasaan si Pepay?” from Salitran Elementary School. Grolier sponsored three sets of story books for the 1st Placers of each level.

Winners of the Most Functional Library in elementary were Pintong Gubat Elementary School for first place, San Nicolas Elementary School for second place, and New Era Elementary School for third place.

Furthermore, Salawag Elementary School was awarded Most Functional Library (Elementary) while Sta. Cruz Elementary School and Dasmariñas Elementary School received 2nd and 3rd place, respectively.

Meanwhile for the secondary category, Congressional Integrated High School was declared as Most Functional Library. Dasmariñas North National High School and New Era National High School placed at 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

The DepEd Dasma Book Fair 2017 is an initiative by the Learning Resource Management and Development section of the Curriculum and Implementation Division supported by their event partners – City Government of Dasmariñas, De La Salle Health Sciences Institute, AMSPEC, Grolier, Ma. Gracia Furniture & General Merchandise, VRV Construction Trading and Krispy Kreme.

 

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