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by eSMO on 02 28th, 2013
 ABCollege dominates 10th National Science Quest

ABCollege dominates 10th National Science Quest

The Andres Bonifacio College Elementary pupils and high school students took home a total of twelve (12) awards from the recent 10th National Science Quest held in Baguio City from February 8-10, 2013. The 10th National Science Quest was sponsored by the Association of Science Educators in the Philippines (ASEP).

Richard T. Alterado, Jr. Won the Science Quiz Grade 3 after achieving a perfect score. Another ABCollege national champion, Christian Dawn D. Bajao, outshining other 18 contestants in the Science Dama (Water Patrol) category. For Sci-Dama (Power Patrol) category, Grade 6 pupil Neil Robert A. Jumawan triumphed over the twenty-nine (29) contestants from all over the country. Nephi Sheldon G. Acama, a 2nd year high school student brought home the champion’s trophy for the Dama Sci-Notation category.

Anabcollege sciquest champsne Margarette A. Cabalida won in two categories of the science quest- 1st Runner-up for the Science Quiz Grade 5 category and 2nd Runner-up for the Techno Quiz category. Other two-category winners are Ma. Zeara C. Castolo and Roy Arrel M. Bureros. Castolo emerged as the 3rd Runner-up for the Techno Quiz and 6th Runner-up for the Science Quiz Grade 6 category while Bureros ended as 4th Runner-up and 5th Runner-up for the same competitions, respectively.

Meanwhile, Adcil Vic B. Tagulo and Brian Christian G. Magalong both emerged as 2nd Runner-up for the Sci-Dama (Power Patrol) and Science Quiz (Chemistry) categories, respectively. Tagulo is a Grade 5 pupil while Magalong is a 3rd year student.

ABCollege teachers Lucille B. Tagulo and Rothel P. Laranjo coached the elementary pupils, while Crispin G. Edolsa and Ritche T. Dagumo trained the high school students. Unlike in usual situations, only the participants had the right to protest competition irregularities because the coaches were not allowed to enter the competition room. This showed that they were confident, well-prepared and armed with the techniques to win. THE MINDANAO OBSERVER

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