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Clubs Reorganized

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Tanabata Matsuri




Tanabata is a Japanese festival that celebrates the meeting of the deities Orihime and Hikoboshi. There are many versions of this story. According to legend,the milky way separates these lovers and are only allowed to meet once a year on the 7th day of the 7th month.The Tanabata festival held on July 7, Thursday at 10:30 in the morning, was a success. The Nihongo teachers and the members of the Nihongo club spearheaded the said activity. Continue reading

Buwan ng Nutrisyon

11800373_10207338130841524_1625462546489245717_nIpinagdiwang ng PNJK-IS ang Buwan ng Nutrisyon na may temang “Timbang Iwasto: Sa Tamang Nutrisyon at Ehersisyo” noong ika-31 ng Hulyo 2015. Lahat ng guro at mga estudyante ay pinaghandaan ang aktibidad na ito. Continue reading

Nikkeisians soar high at the DAVRAA games

Last February 14-19, 2015, 4 students from PNJK-IS took part and soared higher at the 2016 DAVRAA games. Kobe Kent Amatong scored a goal and brought home the gold medal for Soccer. Erika Suelan won 5 gold medals and emerged as the top 1 in the Elementary Girls category for swimming. Aaron Dave Alinsub finished with 3 silver medals and came out as the Top 6 for the Secondary Boys category for swimming as well. Meanwhile, Joshua Albert Ko was a silver medalist for Baseball. Amatong, Suelan and Alinsub are all Palarong Pambansa Qualifiers and shall compete in Albay on April 10-16, 2016. (by Megumi Mallari)

Mallari ranks 1st Runner-up in UP Regionwide Speak-Up Oratorical and Extemporaneous Contest

Megumi Faith P. Mallari of Grade 10 competed against 22 other students from 22 other schools in the UP 4th Regionwide Speak-Up Oratorical and Extemporaneous Speaking contest held last February 1, 2016 at Abreeza Mall Davao. Mallari presented her prepared Oration speech about how communication can promote understanding across cultures on the first round. After the first round, the top 5 contestants were chosen as qualifiers for the second round which was the Extemporaneous Round where they were given 3 minutes to organize their thoughts and another 3 minutes to answer the question they picked in front of the judges and audience. After which, the top 3 was chosen. Mallari was accompanied by her coach, Mr. Dennis Fullitan and TLE Subject Coordinator, Ms. Nitz Juntilla. ( by mfpm)

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