Grade School Family Day 2010 Programme of Activities

Grade School Family Day 2010
December 4, 2010 (Saturday)
THEME: Bawat Sebastino May Pagkakaiba…Ngunit Iisang Pamilya Pa Rin!
6:30  – 7:30 (Grade School Arcade) Registration
7:30  – 8:30 (Quadrangle) 
Thanksgiving  Mass 
Main  Celebrant
8:45  – 9:30 (Quadrangle)
Grade Level Parade
9:30  – 10:00 (Quadrangle)
Opening Remarks
Mr.  Robert S. Paguia
ELFACO  President
Special Number Parents  and Faculty
10:00  – 12:00 Games…Games…Games… 
Friendly Games (Gym)
Basketball  Team  ELFACO 2 VS.  GS Fathers
Volleyball      Team ELFACO    VS.   GS Mothers
Basketball  Team ELFACO 1 VS.  OAR Fathers
Parlor  Games
Mrs. Daisy  Bautista
Grade Level Representatives
12:00  – 1:30 (Classrooms) AGAPE (Lunch)
12:00  – 1:30 (Auditorium) Mrs. Olga G. Briones
Inspirational Message  Principal
Grade  Level Presentations K to  Grade 6
Raffle Draw
   Closing  Remarks Mrs.  Cora G. Briones
ELFACO  Vice-President


       Awarding  of Special Citation
    Awarding  of Prizes to the Grade Level Presentation Winners
Mrs. Daisy Bautista / Mr. David Torres  / Mr. Joseph Campollo
Masters of Ceremony

Sebastinian Gradeschooler Wins Gold and Silver Medals in World Taekwondo

Rannie Stefano S. Pabilico, Grade 5 – St. Clare   Montefalco brought home Gold and Silver medals in the recently concluded   3rd World Taekwondo Culture Expo which was held last July 2-11 at   Jeonju, Jeollabuk-do, Muju, South Korea.

A member of the Philippine Taekwondo contingent, Rannie   was chosen to represent the Philippines, competed in his category and   made a remarkable performance that enabled the country won the overall   championship which was wrestled by 49 countries that sent 2,000   competitors.

Proper training, discipline and a strong will gave Rannie the gold in   the 11-year old category  known as Poomsae (a competition for forms and   execution of different self-defense techniques).  He defeated tough   contenders from India, Australia, Spain and Russia.  He won Silver in   Kyorogi or Sparring competition and successfully entered in the finals   after beating world’s best players (coming from Australia, Turkey, Spain   and Greece) in the 11-year old category.  He gave in for a silver after   his U.S. opponent gave him hand injury due to an illegal kick.    Fearless as a Filipino, Rannie stood up gallantly and finished the   “supposedly called-off fight”, made his team and country proud of what   he did and received the most-appreciated applause from the watching   spectators from all corners of the world.

Congratulations to Rannie and the whole Philippine Taekwondo Team!

Bravo Rannie!  Bravo Baste!

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