Narrative Report for the Month of July, 2013


Proper nutrition and its maintenance had been one of the most vital focuses in the world today. The determining factor in the total health of an individual seems to be a thing that is very hard to catch and get that even the most advance machineries cannot offer any help. One of the factors involved in the attainment of proper nutrition is eating, but what if people do not have anything to eat? People with malnutrition lack the nutrients necessary for their bodies to grow and stay healthy. Someone can be malnourished for a long or short period of time, and the condition may be mild or severe. Malnutrition can affect someone's physical and mental health. Those who are suffering from hunger and malnutrition are more likely to get sick; in very severe cases, they may even die from its effects.


With this year’s theme in celebrating Nutrition Month, “Gutom at Malnutrisyon, Sama-sama Nating Wakasan” as per DepEd Order No. 67, s. 2013. It aims to increase awareness on hunger issues and encourage government agencies, non-government organizations, private sectors, civil society organizations and communities to help eradicate extreme poverty which results to hunger and malnutrition.


Spearheaded by Grade VI Teachers, the following activities were performed by pupils from all grade levels including Kindergarten.

Ø  Slogan Making Contest

Ø  Poster Making Contest

Ø  Nutri-jingle Contest

Ø  Cook Fest

Ø  Mr. & Ms. Nutri-Star

Ø  Best in Costume

Ø  Role Playing

Ø  Feeding Program for the underweight children

Ø  Proper Waste Segregation

Ø  Malunggay Tree Planting

Ø  Clean-up Drive every Friday afternoon

Ø  No junk foods and soda


Aside from those activities, teachers promote vegetable gardening as a source of additional food in every household. They also enjoyed Aerobics session for an hour last July 19, 2013 at the Audio-Visual Room. Their activeness in the session showed that they are healthy and fit even after a long week of teaching.  


            It was also in this month when Educhild Parenting Seminar-Workshop was launched. Every Monday at 1:00 in the afternoon, parents were encouraged to participate in the said event. The workshop will last for ten weeks and certificates will be given to those with perfect attendance which is highly observed for it is a requisite for Iskolar ng Bataan when their children reach college and applied for the scholarship.


            The 5th Education Summit sponsored by the local government of Balanga City headed by Hon. Jose Enrique S. Garcia III was held at Emiliana Hall last July 17 and 18 where parents and teachers were inducted as this year’s officers.


            With all these events, July is truly a very fruitful month to celebrate!


                                                                                           Prepared by:


                                                                                                       DAHLIA G. JOSE

                                                                                                         Grade VI Chairman




                            Principal II



                                                                          NARRATIVE REPORT


July 16, 2013

          In July, the Department of Education led the whole nation in the celebration of the 30th National Children’s Book Day. This is in support of the Ten Point Agenda of the Aquino Administration, to promote the “Every Child a Reader” Program. Based on this school year’s theme, our school held activities like Storytelling, Shared Reading and  “Book sa Sulok .”

          On July 16, we held a culminating activity with the School wide Araw ng Pagbasa. Here, children READ aloud to others from a favorite book, GIFT a child with a book, SHARE their love of books and BROWSE in a library. A winner in Story Telling, Jana Golda Vichuaco of V – SPED shared her stories before all the students from Grades I to Grade V.

          We also conducted Storytelling, Book Making and Shared Reading Sessions in the lower sections of each grade level in coordination with the pupils of SPED and section 1.  This activity also served as our outreach program. Officers and members of the SPG also assisted us in undertaking this outreach program. 
The programs and activities helped strengthen students’ love for reading and further their communication skills. 


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