Boac Quadricentennial week opens with a History and Culture Symposium   

November 30, 2022

Boac, Marinduque – The week of festivities for the 400 years of reestablishment of Boac commenced with the last reiteration of the Boac Quadricentennial Webinar Series today, November 30. Prior to the start of festivities for the 400 years of reestablishment commemorations, the first of the series in remembrance of 10 de Octobre, 125 years ago who exemplified bravery and heroism with Gerry Menorca, Ar. Giles Sol and Ar. Marjonier Malabanan to look at the continuity of historic events to placemaking current transformations of the Boac Town Plaza and the celebration of Museums and Galleries month.

 

The next round of the Boac Quadricentennial webinars was dedicated to the fateful event of 1 de Noviembre which signified the local struggles of the Philippine Revolution which took place on November 10, 1897. In behalf Civicom-Kabalikat, Engr. Edgardo Laririt talked about the torch parade as an effort to shed light and pay tribute to the anonymous heroes during the massacre 125 years before. Meanwhile both architects of the Marinduque National High School (MNHS) and Marinduque State College (MSC) took turns in discussing the resonance of the history of Boac and its precarious future. Ar. Maynard Muhi of MSC explored the Land Use Development Investment Program which every university should have. Considering the exponential growth of student population of MNHS, Ar. Roy Manrique expounded on the built structures in MNHS.

 

To wrap up the Boac Quadricentennial webinar Series, the roundtable discussion format opened to the public the context and pressing issues of heritage development and conservation with the researchers, cultural workers, the youth and academe: Prof. Bryan Viray, Ar. Beda Magturo, Prof Patrick Henry Manguera, Dr.Randy Nobleza and Ms. Aine Magalang had an exchange about Boac’s History and Culture. National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) Commissioner Dr. Emmanuel Calairo imparted a message of solidarity along with public historian Michael Charleston “Xiao” Chua, PUP President Engr. Bong Muhi, MSC President Dr. Diosdado Zulueta. Bokal Jojo Leva along with Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Ninay Festin shared thoughts on the topic and Boac Local Chief Executive Armi Carrion closed the discussion with a commitment to heritage conservation and Boac further development.

 

Meanwhile, the featured lineup of activities during the  Boac Quadricentennial are as follows: Kick-Off Ceremony and launching of Boac@400 Logo and Hymn last September 2; unveiling of Boac Quadricentennial Commemorative Stamp with PhilPost on October 3; Boac@400 Web series day 1 in collaboration with MSC and Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP) last  October 10 via online platform and  Boac Quadricentennial Web series day 2 yet again with PUP and MSC on November 1.

 

In addition, after the Boac@400 Webinar episode 3 there would be the lighting of  the Giant Christmas Tree to be proceeded by a mini-concert with the Boac Band Organization and MNHS; next would be the opening of Boac Quadricentennial Trade Fair in Marinduque Expo by December 1; there would also be  “Jam with Nature”: Boac Quadricentennial Youth Music Festival at the Boac Moriones Arena by December 2; Night of the Barangays on Quadricentennial Year on December 4; I Love Boac Tiktok Vlogging Competition Awarding by December 5; “maramihang kasalan sa pagdiriwang ng ika-400 taong pagkakatatag ng Bayan ng Boac“ on December 6; and the main highlight of the celebration would be the Grand Float Parade by December 7 from the MNHS Covered Court and the grand finale is the “Gawad Boakeño sa ika-apat na sentenaryo at Selebrasyon ng 400 na Daang Taon ng muling pagkakatatag ng Bayan ng Boac” at the MSC Gymnasium this coming December 8, the feast day of the Boac patronnes  Our Lady of Immaculate Concepcion.

 

The main theme of the celebration “400 Taong Kasaysayan ng Boac: Sandigan at Inspirasyon ng Mamamayan, Tungo sa mas Maunlad na Bayan” was crafted by the Local Government of Boac in coordination with the Municipal Council for Local History, Culture and the Arts along with MSC and PUP on top of the line agencies and civil society organization from the town of Boac.

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Boac@400 Webinar series episode no. 3

November 27, 2022

Day 3/ Nov. 30

Boac History and Culture Symposium

 

Roundtable discussion w/

Sir Bryan Viray, Ph Manguera, Dr. Randy Nobleza, Ar. Beda Magturo, Ms. Aine Magalang

 

Open Forum

Moderated                  c/o PUP College of Social Sciences Department of History

 

Solidarity messages from PUP

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Book Nook Marinduque completes Hibla Local Filipina 3 with creative and talent showcase

November 25, 2022

Mogpog, Marinduque –  Hibla Local Filipina 3 came to a close with the culmination activities at Book Nook Marinduque  on November 25 after its first anniversary. The creative and talent feast opened with a message from the Marinduque State College president represented by vice president for academic affairs Dr. Victoriano Regio. After which, the Department of Education Division Superintendent imparted an inspirational message delivered by the Mogpog District Supervisor Dr. Josephine Marciano. The respective principals from Gasan Central School, Tanza Elementary School and Ino Elementary School also graced the Hibla Local Filipina 3 culminating event.

 

First up was the ensemble from the Gasan District composed of Bognuyan, Banot-Mahunig, Gasan Central along with Bangbang National High School presented its rendition of the “Gasang-Gasang” easter Sunday street dancing festival.  The primary and secondary learners were trained by the local teacher-scholar and cultural organizer Sir Randy Sales from November 4, 7 and 11 at the Gasan Municipal Children’s Library. The next set of performers were from the Mogpog District with participants from Laon, Capayang, Ino Elementary school with the Mogpog National Comprehenisve High School who offered the intangible cultural heritage of “tubong.” With their mentor for music and songwriting Ka Oski Loreto who played the folk guitar using endemic plants species for the crown and flowers. Ka Oski trained the Mogpog learners from Nov 14, 18 and 21 at the Book Nook Marinduque for the second leg of Hibla Local Filipina 3.

 

The Boac student-creatives from Marinduque State College and Marinduque National High School did not disappoint with their retelling and theater arts output. Before the respective performances, Mam Romilyn Brual and Sir Carl Ian Lagar shared some insights about their experience of Hibla Local Filipina 3 at MSC Integrated School with Bachelor of Culture and Arts Education  along with the MNHS Special Program in the Arts. The third leg of Book Nook Training took place last November 15 to 17 for retelling and November 22-24 about Theater Arts. Selected illustrated books were utilized by Mam Brual’s mentees while the Bulaklakan Moryon masks took the spotlight for Sir Lagar’s performers.

 

Before ending the session, the Mogpog Extramural Study Center administrator Dr. Gerald Gutierrez reminisced about the humble beginnings of Book Nook last year from being a community-based library to a creative and talent platform not only for Mogpogueños but to all Marinduqueños.  As for the part of the Book Nook Marinduque area-coordinator, Dr. Randy Nobleza presented video greetings for its first anniversary along with the summary of Hibla Local Filipina in Mogpog, Gasan and Boac from November 4 to 24 thanking all the participating schools, learners, teacher-coaches and respective supervisors.

 

The Book Nook Marinduque was adorned with top visual craftsmanship with the drawing output from Mogpog and Gasan led by the Hibla Local Filipina 3 main facilitator for visual arts Sir Cassius Nitoral The group took turns from the facilitators, teacher-coaches, principals supervisors and learners to inspire more creative and talented individuals to visit Book Nook Marinduque not only during children’s month, libraries and information services month or book and reading month.

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Kapuluan conference credits

October 28, 2022

Ugnayang Pang-Aghamtao

Philippine Social Science Council

University of the Philippines Diliman Department of Anthropology

 

Provincial Government of Marinduque

Local Government Unit of Santa Cruz

Local Government Unit of Gasan

Local Government Unit of Boac

 

Marinduque State College

Institute of Allied and Health Sciences

MSC Culture and Arts Unit

College of Education, Arts and Social Sciences

MSC Sports Unit, General Services and Physical Facilities

School of Graduate Education and Professional Studies

Information and Communication Technology Service Center

Office of Media and International Affairs

 

BA English Language Studies

BA Communication

MSC Integrated School

ICTSC OJT

 

MSC Working Committees

  • Secretariat
  • Program and invitation
  • Moderators/emcees
  • Documentation
  • Evaluation
  • Transportation
  • Venue (online and onsite)
  • Foods/ refreshment
  • Usher/usherettes
  • Certificates and conference kits
  • Attendance/ registration

 

Participating schools/ institutions

  • University of the Philippines Diliman
  • The Chinese University of Hong Kong
  • University of the Philippines Visayas Miag-ao
  • University of San Carlos
  • Bataan Peninsula State University
  • University of the Philippines Mindanao
  • Ateneo de Manila University
  • UP Repertory Company
  • Sine Caboloan
  • National Book Development Board
  • De La Salle University
  • Palawan State University
  • Baguio City National High School
  • Central Luzon State University
  • Purdue University
  • Camarines Norte State College
  • University of the Philippines Los Baños
  • UP Visayas
  • Silliman University
  • University of the Philippines Cebu
  • University of Lucerne
  • Ilocos Sur Polytechnic State College
  • Philippine High School Main campus
  • University of Ottawa
  • Ecole Nationale d’Administration Publique
  • Miriam College
  • Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino
  • West Visayas State university
  • University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • University of Toronto
  • Curtin University
  • University of Michigan
  • Central Mindanao University
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines
  • National College of Business and Arts
  • San Juan National High School
  • Salikhain Kolektib
  • Northern Arizona University
  • Joseph Seminary College
  • Isabela de Basilan City Tourism Office
  • Mindanao State University – Iligan Institute of Technology
  • Catanduanes State University
  • Negros Oriental State University
  • Philippine Science High School – Zamboanga Peninsula Region campus
  • National Museum of the Philippines
  • Minpaku National Museum of Ethnology
  • Australian National University
  • Central Bicol State University of Agriculture
  • Visayas State University
  • Saga University
  • National Museum of Ethnology, japan
  • University of Santo Tomas
  • University of Asia and the Pacific
  • Central Mindanao University
  • University of Baguio
  • Cebu Technology University-Carmen Campus
  • Liyang Network
  • Nagbana Elementary School
  • Alminana Memorial School
  • Serafin Madrid Elementary School
  • Lambunao West Elementary school
  • Iloilo State College of Fisheries

 

Media partners

PIA Mimaropa

Romblon News

Marinduque News

Palawan News

Panitikan.ph

The MSCians

 

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NCCA PCEP Director message for CulEd 204 Unconference

September 26, 2022

Greetings from the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Philippine Cultural Education Program (PCEP). We are one with the nation in celebration of the Philippine Creative Industries month and the Indigenous Languages Decade.

 

Since the Philippine Creative Industries Development Act has lapsed into law last July 28 this year, this is the first time to celebrate September as the Creative Industries Month.  RA 11904 is an act providing for the development and promotion of the Philippine Creative Industries. On our end as Cultural Education Scholars, arts managers and cultural administrators, we partake with the organization of Philippine Creative Industries Development Council. In particular, we look forward to the objectives, targets, strategies, and activities on the development and promotion of Philippine creative industries. Moreover, sec. 17 on Creative Instruction and Education endeavors to come up with policies, programs and strategies geared towards human resource development, audience capacity-building and consumer empowerment in the country’ s creative industries, in partnership with the private sector and academe.

 

In addition, the Department of Education (DepEd), Commission on Higher Education (CHED), and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA)  among others, support and develop relevant programs related to creative industries. Likewise, the respective agencies shall provide talent, skills and technical-vocational trainings through scholarship programs. The DepEd, CHED and TESDA shall also extend incentives to academic institutions that provide funds and/or grants for the research of their students and faculty on matters relating to the development and promotion of Philippine creative industries.

 

On a larger scheme of things, the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed the period between 2022 and 2032 as the International Decade on Indigenous Languages (IDIL 2022-32) to draw global attention on the critical situation of many indigenous languages and to mobilize stakeholders and resources for their preservation, revitalization and promotion.

 

Therefore, closer to home and our region in Central Luzon we are honored and glad to have particular creative industries in Pampanga such as pukpuk and lantern-making. Also, we stand with indigenous peoples from Bataan (Ayta Magbukun) and Aurora (Illongot) to underscore their plight, hopes and aspirations.

 

In closing, best regards from NCCA PCEP in putting creative industries and indigenous languages front and center of this CulEd 204: Issues in Cultural Education Unconference. Congratulations and may we move from new normal to the “Next Normal” through creative industries promotion and development along with indigenous languages revitalization.

 

Dr. Joseph “Sonny” Cristobal

NCCA PCEP Director

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MSC Prexy Message for CulEd 204 Unconference

September 22, 2022

Happy Civil Service Month from the Marinduque State College (MSC) family. We join the rest of the country in celebrating the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Civil Services in pursuant t o Presidential Proclamation No. 1050 series 1997 declaring the month of September as the Civil Service Month.

 

The theme of the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Civil Service Month is an overarching theme for the whole decade, “Transforming Public Services in the Next Decade: Honing Agile and Future-Ready Servant-Heroes.” Since we already have a Marinduque Futures Laboratory in our institution, we find the PCSM theme all the more meaningful and apt for the next 10 years. In spite of living in a VUCA world: we are moving forward from Volatility to Vision, Uncertainty to Understanding, complexity to clarity and ambiguity to agility.

 

In relation to the Department of Education (DepEd) and the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) on the part of Commission on Higher Education (CHED)  among others, we are supporting the development of relevant programs related to creative industries. The tri-focal education system in the country, DepEd, CHED and TESDA are mandated to extend incentives to academic institutions that provide funds and/or grants for the research of their students and faculty on matters relating to the development and promotion of Philippine creative industries in line with the RA 11904.

 

On the other hand, MSC is also cognizant of the the United Nations General Assembly proclamation of the period between 2022 and 2032 as the International Decade on Indigenous Languages (IDIL 2022-32). Hence we call for global attention on the critical situation of many indigenous languages and to mobilize stakeholders and resources for their preservation, revitalization and promotion.

 

Despite our difference and geographical location, we are in solidarity with the Central Luzon region we are more than willing for collaboration and cooperation in aid of specific creative industries in Pampanga like pukpuk and lubenas. Likewise, we advocate for ethnolinguistic groups from Bataan (Ayta Magbukun) and Aurora (Illongot) to pursue their dreams, design and destiny.

 

To end, MSC family is one with NCCA PCEP in supporting the creative industries and indigenous languages through the CulEd 204: Issues in Cultural Education Unconference. Our best regards for the transition of new normal to the “Next Normal” with the creative industries promotion and development vis-a-vis the indigenous languages revitalization.

 

Godspeed and keep safe.

 

Dr. Diosdado Zulueta

MSC President

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Central Luzon GDCE Batch 7 joins the first-ever celebration Philippine Creative Industries month

September 22, 2022

Malolos, Bulacan – The Batch 7 of the Graduate Diploma in Cultural Education (GDCE) from Central Luzon would be having their culminating activity by September 25, CulEd 204: Issues on Cultural Education Unconference with the theme “Cultural Education to Creative Industries and Indigenous Languages revitalization for the next normal.” The said unconference is hosted by the Barasoain Kalinangan Foundation Inc. in conduit with the La Consolacion University of the Philippines and Marinduque State College (MSC) by 9am to 12pm via zoom and livestreamed in facebook BKFI page.

 

Since the Philippine Creative Industries Development Act has lapsed into law last July 28 this year, this is the first time to celebrate September as the Creative Industries Month.  RA 11904 is an act providing for the development and promotion of the Philippine Creative Industries. “On our end as Cultural Education Scholars, arts managers and cultural administrators, we partake with the organization of Philippine Creative Industries Development Council,” Dr. Joseph Cristobal of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Philippine Cultural Education Program  emphasized.

 

Meanwhile, the theme of the 122nd anniversary of Philippine Civil Service Month is an overarching theme for the whole decade, “Transforming Public Services in the Next Decade: Honing Agile and Future-Ready Servant-Heroes. The MSC President Dr. Diosdado Zulueta underscored ”since we already have a Marinduque Futures Laboratory in our institution, we find the PCSM theme all the more meaningful and apt for the next 10 years. “In spite of living in a VUCA world: we are moving forward from Volatility to Vision, Uncertainty to Understanding, complexity to clarity and ambiguity to agility.”

 

The deliberated theme, topics and panelists are the results of the processes of agile framework and mindset, future and foresight studies with the modules for CulEd 204: Issues in Cultural Education. Indeed it is providential and apt to have it during the Philippine Civil Service Month, Creative Industries month and the Indigenous Languages Decade.

 

The CulEd 204 Module 1 and 2 is concerned with coming up with the annotated bibliography and problem, objective tree for the identification of issues and concerns in Cultural Literacy, Cultural Education and Culture-based Education along with the addition of Global Citizenship Education (GCED) and Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) based on NCCA PCEP new additional thrusts and priorities.

 

Moreover the CulEd 204: Module 3 and 4 is about the application of open space technology and appreciative inquiry to the identified Cultural Education issues and concerns.  There were also a number of consultation meetings to supplement the synchronous and asynchronous sessions between September 3 and 25.

 

In the end, CulEd 204: Module 5 deals with the Integration from inputs to impacts of Central Luzon Cultural Education issues and concerns.  “I laud the best efforts of the 31 teacher-scholars of Region 3 in coming up and putting the whole unconference together. I am looking forward to the proceedings of the said event,” the GDCE CulEd 204 faculty Dr. Randy Nobleza said.

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Next GDCE Mimaropa Batch pushing through this mid-September

September 11, 2022

Boac, Marinduque – The Graduate Diploma in Cultural Education (GDCE) Mimaropa Batch 3 is slated to start by September 17 amidst some changes in schedule for fine tuning and adjustments to the program of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA). The Marinduque State College (MSC) has started the process of accreditation, liquidation and the approval of the next batch of the regional GDCE since June. The qualifying exam was undertaken last July 22 and results were already ascertained by August 3. There are at least 40 qualified teacher-applicants from Mimaropa and other nearby  divisions in the National Capital region, Calabarzon and Bicol.

 

An orientation program is set by September 12 (Monday) and the online enrollment is from 14-16 this month to give way to the annual commemoration of the Battle of Pulang Lupa on September 13 in Torrijos, Marinduque. The first CulEd 200- Foundation and Pedagogy of Cultural Education course was set to start last Sept 3 but would continue by Sept 17. The other GDCE level 1 courses would proceed as scheduled: CulEd 201- Review of Philippine History and Heritage by October 1 to 23; CulEd 202 – Cultural Diversity and Languages of the Philippines is going to take place in October 29 to November 28;  and CulEd 203 – Philippine Arts on November 26 to December 18.

 

Taking the helm of CulEd 200 is Mam Ruby Ann Lantita, the MSC Culture and Arts head and batch 1 teacher-scholar. While the public historian Prof. Xiao Chua of Dela Salle University Manila would be coming back for CulEd 201 along with Dr. Mary Bulaong for CulEd 202, the dean of College of Arts and Letters of the Bulacan State University. Meanwhile, Sir Melandro Pascual, the artistic director of the Barasoain Kalinangan Foundation Inc. would be handling Philippine Arts.

 

GDCE is a post-baccalaureate course, 24 unit  with 8 subjects two-semester long with the endowment from NCCA to the MSC as conduit institution in Mimaropa. MSC is celebrating its platinum anniversary this year. This year marks the third iteration of the cultural education program in the region.

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GDCE qualifying test tomorrow, Friday July 22

July 21, 2022

Boac, Marinduque – The Graduate Diploma in Cultural Education (GDCE) Batch 3 in Marinduque State College would be conducting an online qualifying test for Mimaropa on Friday, July 22 from 9am to 12pm. The qualifying test is also open to the National Capital Region, Calabarzon and Bicol divisions and districts. GDCE is a flagship of the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) Philippine Cultural Education Program (PCEP).

 

There would be at the most 35 slots for the GDCE Batch 3, 25 from Mimaropa and 10 for other regions from Luzon and/or the conduit institution. The qualified teacher-scholars would be admitted to the MSC Graduate school and thus would be required to enroll, have an orientation, interview and start classes by August until December. Considering health and safety protocols, the level 2 by next year could have in-person or hybrid modality. The retooling of GDCE Faculty would also be expected to have integrated the Sustainability Development Goals through the Education for Sustainability and Global Citizenship.

 

The expected outcomes of the 35 teacher-scholars is to contribute to the region’s creative economy, regional recovery and sustainable development. The first level CulEd courses are as follows: CulEd 200 – Pedagogy of Cultural Education; CulEd 201 – Diversity of languages and cultures; CulEd 202 – Re-view of history and heritage; and CulEd 203 – Philippine (literary) arts. Moreover, the teacher-scholars would also have culminating activities, capstone projects, web symposia, unconference and the like.

 

For the announcements, stay tuned at the NCCA PCEP social media accounts, the DepEd Mimaropa and MSC GDCE microsites.

pls. register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScNziz571-O-BCnuUxfc1q5YzV4jFGXVlQOldUY01zmBF3xmA/viewform

 

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Pagsisimula ng mga Titser-Iskolar sa Mimaropa, pagkaraan ng GDCE Completion Rites

January 18, 2022

Boac, Marinduque – Sa kabila ng banta ng Omicron variant ng Covid19, nagkaroon ng lohikal na konklusyon ang programang Graduate Diploma in Cultural Education (GDCE) sa rehiyong Mimaropa. May kabuohang bilang na 32 ang mga Titser-Iskolar sa Romblon, Oriental Mindoro at Marinduque ay nagkaroon ng completion rites noong Enero 15 sa Marinduque State College (MSC) Gymnasium. May temang “Championing New Normal Education Reshaping Filipino Imagination” ang GDCE 2021 Batch 2 Final Rites. Sa pamamagitan ng pagsusuri at pagtatasa ng MSC Resgitrar, pageendoso ng dekana ng MSC Graduate School at pagkokompirma ng pangulp ng Marinduque State College ay pormal na nagsitapos ang Batch 2 ng GDCE Mimaropa.

Mula sa Romblon, nakamit nina John Michael T. Ballovar ng Looc National HIgh School at Rico G. Magramo ng San Andres National High School ang sertipiko ng pagtatapos ng mga kurso ng level 2 ng GDCE. Gayundin, galing sa Oriental Mindoro, nakuha din ni Joephet M. Lagustan ng Sacred Heart Academy ang parehong katibayan ng pagkompleto ng CulEd 205, 206, 207 at 208. Sa huli, mula sa Marinduque may 28 Titser-Iskolar ang nabigyan ng parehong pagkilala: may lima sa distrito ng Santa Cruz: Joseph L. Lozanta ng Ipil National High School; Christabel P. Alojado ng Makapuyat Elementary School; Eric J. Maningas ng Landy National High School; Aljhon M. Mansalapus ng Mongpong Elementary School; Jolibee L. Marciano ng Matalaba National High School. Mayroon ding lima sa distrito ng Gasan, si Jellie Ann L. Jalac at Ann Margaret Perolino ng Bangbang National High School; si Hannah Cinkee O. Nocum ng Bognuyan National High School; John Earl M. Manlisis ng Marinduque Midwest College; at Jerahmeel M. Laderas ng Tapuyan National High School. Mula naman sa distrito ng Mogpog may walo: MIcha M. Lanete ng Puting Buhangin National High School; Joanne C. Mogol ng Argao National High School; Johnnel A. Palacios ng Capayang Elementary School at galing sa Guisian Elementary School sina Ronalyn R. Morong at Anthony E. Murillo, mula sa Mogpog National Comprehensive High School sina Clarissa L. Vitto, Rhia J. Galloniga at Anna Jessa J. Malco. May isa mula sa distrito ng Torrijos, si Krizzia M. Oliveros ng SIbuyao National High School at 10 sa Distrito ng Boac. Romilyn M. Brual ng Mainit Elementary School; Crystal Insigne ng Don Luis Hidalgo Memorial School; mula naman sa Marinduque National High School sina Marco Alexandro M. Leyco, Jing-Jing L. Mendoza at Rufina L. Nepomucena; mula są Cawit National Comprehensive High School sina Myra M. Luci at Lovely M. Olpot; gayundin mula sa Marinduque State College sina Kate R. Lamac, Vince Justin Roland S. Madriaga at Rizalyn M. Magno.

Nagpaabot ng pagbati ang direktor ng Philippine Cultural Education Program (PCEP) si Dr. Joseph “Sonny” Cristobal sa kanyang susing mensahe. Nagbigay rin ng mga mensahe ang DepEd Division of Marinduque si Dr. Elsie Barrios at mula sa DepEd Mimaropa Annabelle Marmol. Lubos na pasasalamat sa mga GDCE Faculty: sina Dr. Victor Emmanuel Carmelo Nadera Jr, Dr. Maria Bulaong, Sir Michael Charleston “Xiao” Chua at Dr. Orlando Magano gayundin sina Dr. Randy Nobleza Ar. Jose Manuel “Manolet” Gacria, Prof Ricamela Palis at Prof. Jonah Jimenez.

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