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The City Government of San Fernando, through its City Environment and Natural Resources Office, and in partnership with Mother Earth Foundation, held on March 22, 2019 the awarding ceremony for 2019 Search for Sustainable and Eco-Friendly Schools at The Souq.


The awarding ceremony was held following a thorough screening and evaluation of participating public and private schools in this capital city, which started on November 2018 until March of the current year.

A total of 5 special awards and 2 major awards were bestowed on different schools, with Malino Integrated School clinching the highest number of recognitions, including the Most Outstanding School award.

During his speech, Mayor Edwin “EdSa” Santiago remarked that the said program is part of the “participative government” that CSF has established.

“This is what we call ‘participative government’ where sectors outside government are joining us in our advocacies. Katulad nitong sa programa natin, the members of the academe are helping us para ma-achieve yung goal natin na San Fernando will become a green, sustainable, and livable city through actions sa ating environmental protection,” said Santiago.

City Councilor BJ Lagman, Sangguniang Panlungsod Chairman on Committee on Environmental Protection, Natural Resources Waterways and Flooding Intervention, meanwhile remarked that the activity is timely since environmental concerns should not only be dealt by the city government, but by the schools, too.

Below is the complete list of winners:

Best in Portfolio:

·         Malino Integrated School

·         Northville High School

·         St. Scholastica’s Academy

Most Innovative Project:

·         Malino Integrated School (Hydroponics Gardening)

·         Sindalan Elementary School (Manual Shredder)

Best in Eco-Gulayan:

·         Calulut Integrated School

·         Del Carmen Integrated School

·         Malino Integrated School

·         Pampanga High School

·         Sindalan Elementary School

·         University of the Assumption

Best in Materials Recovery Facility (MRF):

·         Malino Integrated School

·         Nuestra Señora Del Pilar Integrated School

·         Pampanga High School

·         St. Scholastica’s Academy

·         University of the Assumption

Outstanding Youth for Environment in Schools Organization (YES-O) Coordinators:

·         Christina Vitug (Del Carmen Integrated School)

·         Walbert Rizaldo (Malino Integrated School)

·         Al John Lacayanan (Malino Integrated School)

·         Rechie Jane Lingat (Nuestra Señora Del Pilar Integrated School)

·         Regine Bautista (San Isidro Integrated School)

·         Agnes Dizon (San Juan South Elementary School)

·         Vangie Galang (San Nicolas Integrated School)

·         Rowena Divinaflor (St. Vincent of Quebiawan Integrated School)

·         Danica Ramirez (Sto. Niño Elementary School)

·         Alvin Marc Dancel (Telabastagan Integrated School)

Outstanding Schools:

·         St. Vincent of Quebiawan Integrated School

·         Saguin Integrated School

·         Northville High School

·         Sto. Niño Elementary School

·         Maimpis Elementary School

·         San Fernando Elementary School

·         Del Carmen Integrated School

·         Lara Integrated School

·         San Pedro Elementary School

·         University of the Assumption

Most Outstanding Schools:

·         Malino Integrated School

·         San Juan South Elementary School

·         St. Scholastica’s Academy

·         Pampanga High School

·         Nuestra Señora Del Pilar Integrated School

·         Sindalan Elementary School

The winners received a certificate of recognition, banner, and a cash prize.

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