NVAC is Venue of 1st Naga City Division Flag Burning Ceremony

By by Kei Leslie V. Mediarito, 2018-12-06


 

Conceptualized by Mrs. Elizabeth G. Caraig, Araling Panlipunan Coordinator of Panicuason Elementary School (PES) in partnership with Naga View Adventist College with of Mr. Jarme D. Taumatorgo, the Education Program Supervisor in Araling Panlipunan, the first Naga City Division Old Philippine Flag Burning and Wreath Laying Ceremony was held at NVAC Grounds on June 19, 2018.

      The program was graced by Hon. Vice-Mayor Nelson S. Legacion, William E. Gando, Schools Division Superintent, Mr. Jarme D. Taumatorgo, Educational Program Supervisor-1 Araling Panlipunan; and Gina B. Bobis, PhD., PSDS District X.      

       Fifteen worn-out Philippine flags were burned during the ceremony in remembrance of our national heroes who sacrificed their lives for our country and fought for the country’s freedom.

       Eight schools participated the said event. They were as follows: San Isidro Elementary School, Teodora-Moscoso Elementary school, Morada Ramos Elementary School, Carolina Elementary School, Panicuason Elementary School, Naga Seventh-day Adventist Elementary School, Carolina National High School, and Naga View Adventist College Elementary and Academy Department.

       Other guests who witnessed and supported the occasion were the school heads, teachers, pupils and students from the different participating schools.

       The said activity was done in accordance with Section 14 of Republic Act 8491 otherwise known as the Flag and Heraldic Code of the Philippines and also anchored on the DepEd Core Values, Vision and Mission.

        According to Caraig, who is also an alumnus of NVAC, its main objective is to show to the AP Coordinators the way of proper disposal of the Philippine Flags and also for the children to be educated on how to properly take good care for our Philippine flag.

 

 

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