Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Diwa reveals winners of national digital quiz show

Diwa Learning Systems announced the winners of its ?Pasiklaban sa Paaralan National Finals? quiz show.

(From left to right) Rupert Stephen Charles Chua of Tarlac Montessori School, Tarlac City, (High School Division Champion), Armel Espiritu, vice president, corporate and marketing communications (Diwa Learning Systems), Joshua Abizier Marayag Lorna Colleges, La Union (Grade School Champion)
(From left to right) Rupert Stephen Charles Chua of Tarlac Montessori School, Tarlac City, (High School Division Champion), Armel Espiritu, vice president, corporate and marketing communications (Diwa Learning Systems), Joshua Abizier Marayag
Lorna Colleges, La Union (Grade School Champion)

Rupert Stephen Charles Chua of Tarlac Montessori School, Tarlac City is hailed the high school division champion and Joshua Abiezer Marayag of Lorma Colleges, La Union is the grade school division champion for school year 2014-2015.

Trailing close behind, taking first runner-up and second runner-up spots in the high school division went to Aeron Jan Sanidad of The Quantum Acadamy, General Santos City and June Lorenz Capin of University of Nueva Caceres, Naga City respectively; while Andrea Nicole Masangkay of Holy Trinity School, Batangas was the first runner-up and Emirozz Czarlene Labaria of Bohol Wisdom School, Tagbilaran City was the second runner-up in the grade school division.

All finalists hail from different schools in the country for the exciting matches at the auditorium of The Mind Museum at Global City, Taguig on March 21.

Drew Arellano stood as quizmaster with questions on Science, Math, Languages, Literature, and General Information.

Pasiklaban sa Paaralan is a testament to the commitment of its organizer Diwa Learning Systems to innovation.

?Since it took off 14 years ago, long before the K-to-12 Program and when pen and paper was its primary competition tool, Pasiklaban already saw how important it is for students to have a fun learning environment that allows them to think critically and to develop their collaboration skill,? said Elma Ropeta, Diwa executive vice president.

From 2009 to 2015, Pasiklaban has been to more than 300 locations and more than 3000 schools, and has attracted the participation of more than 6000 students.

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