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RIZAL HIGH SCHOOL BRIGADA ESKWELA 2019

Day 1: May 20, 2019

The Brigada Eskwela in Rizal High School started last May 20, 2019.

As you enter the school premises, you would see the group of teachers

assigned for the registration.

The parents, students and teachers

orderly fall in line to register their names. After the registration,

everybody gathered for the opening kick-off parade. The kick off parade

was headed by the Supreme Student Government (SSG) where students and

parents, administrators, people from different school organizations,

departments and stakeholders were actively involved.

The parade eventually went well. After the parade, the teachers

and stakeholders were still in glee although exhausted. The laughter

and smile were captured by the lens of the camera as they entered the

RHS main gate. Everyone went straight to Caruncho Gymnasium where a

short programs awaited them. Their hunger were assuaged when the alumni

batch 1999 distributed some food and guided them to their seats.

Most parents seated on the bleachers while the PTA Officers,

Department Heads and Subject Heads of the Junior and Senior High School,

teachers and Mr. Gilbert O. Inocencio were on the covered court. The

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short program started with the National Anthem

followed by the

invocation. Mrs. Nenet Penaranda gave the opening remarks, followed by

the Brigada Eskwela Video Presentation. The Parents were enlightened on

the importance of the Brigada Eskwela. The schedules for the whole week

were also discussed as well as the designations of the rooms. Before

the program ends an expression of gratitude was delivered by Ms. Mary

Jorge Tagle, the RHS-SSG President. After the short program, the

teachers went to their advisory classes and started to prepare what

they need to do. The teachers take pictures and list down the things

that they would bring the next day.

A lot of parents and students volunteered on the first day. They

started cleaning on each classrooms which are really covered with dust.

They focused on sweeping the floors, wiping the windows, dusting off

the cobwebs and mopping the floor. Day 1 productively concluded at 3:00

P.M.

Day 2: May 21, 2019

Brigada Eskwela day 2 started with the Parents Orientation activity

at 7:00 A.M. Upon the arrival of the parents the good Samaritans of

Alumni Batch 1999 awaited them with hot congee. Inside the Gymnasium

the teachers prepared the registration sheet for the parents. The lines

for students and parents were quite long as they registered their names.

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designated rooms for the Brigada Eskwela and on how they could be of

help. They were encouraged to fully cooperate for the beautification of

the school. While the parent orientation was going on, the advisers

waited for their students in their respective classrooms. Volunteers,

parents and students continue their Brigada Eskwela journey by repairing

damaged chairs, tables, windows and doors.

Rizalians Batch 1984 rendered most of their time last in the Alumni

Building specifically the Eusebio Hall. Aside from the needed repairs,

they had noticed that the walls of the washrooms were full of vandals

so they agreed to repaint it. The Batch was able to accomplish their

week long project for the repainting of washroom walls. Surely the

students or even the guests who will use the said washroom will no

longer be disgusted with its appearance. Instead, they will be able to

use it and look at the surroundings with a smile. They also conducted

the repairs and repainting of the doors for the Eusebio Hall located at

the Alumni Hall. This carpentry work will cost a bit if no one will be

able to accomplish it before the school year had started.

For awareness and literacy campaign of the school, seminars were

conducted at the Physics Laboratory, such as “Green Hearts Savers

Program Orientation” among Grade 7 STE and EBEC students for them to be

aware of the existing Solid Waste Management Program of the school and

be able to participate in the said program. Another seminar is about

“Safety in the Laboratory” to orient students on the Do’s and Don’ts,

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incidents will be avoided. Furthermore, students get to familiarize

themselves with basic laboratory apparatus and its uses.

Teachers from different levels and subjects areas earnestly cleaned

clutters in their faculty rooms. Teachers showed their dedication to

clean and beautify their faculty rooms. Collaboratively the teachers

worked hand in hand. When things were organized and settled, they felt

pleased with the result of their effort. The Faculty rooms became

presentable, comely and comfortable to stay. The cleaning and organizing

ended at 4:30 P.M. They all went home tired but satisfied with their

work.

Day 3: May 22, 2019

Like the first two days the Brigada Eskwela day 3 started with the

registration and orientation in the morning. After the activities in

the gymnasium, the parents of grade 11 proceeded to the I.R. and M.A.E.

building where the rooms of their children were located. They brought

with them rags, brooms, and dustpans. The advisers awaited the parents

arrival in the classrooms to discuss and take action to some things

needed to be done in the classrooms. Although fewer parents responded

to the call of the principal that day. Most parents participated

immediately and took actions as they started to clean the rooms of their

sons and daughters. They dusted the arm chairs, sweep the floor and

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moved chairs from one place to another. They also discussed what they

would do the next day and what they would bring.

In the Amang Building, almost 25 parents and 120 students became

very busy continuing their work on each assigned classrooms. Almost all

the classrooms in Amang building were cleaned this time. Teachers,

students and parents helped one another to beautify and improve their

areas. Bread Society International sponsored paint and paint brushes

for the repainting of walls.

The English Department conducted a two-day seminar to all English

teachers. The first day’s topic was about “The Joy of Leading” which

was shared by Mr. Vicente Cantanero and the second day was facilitated

by Mr. Rosallio P. Oriarte, Jr. who talked on “Financial Literacy”.

Likewise, Disaster Preparedness seminar was initiated by Mr. Alexancer

Valdez and Mr. Dennis Flores. Also, the MIS gave a Library Management

Seminar for all Research teachers.

The improvement in different areas of the campus were really

evident on this day. Though in the middle of the week, teachers, parents,

students and volunteers were still enthusiastic to finish what they

have started. Day 3 is indeed a fruitful day for everyone.

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Parents, students and volunteer came back this day at around 8:00

A.M. They were still ready to continue cleaning and repainting the

walls. They bought gallons of paint and creatively improved the wall.

The building improvements in different areas of the campus were almost

done by 60%.

Several non-government organizations, private companies, and

Alumni’s are also present in the Brigada Eskwela at Science building.

Batch 87’ and batch 83’ participated in the adopt a toilet project by

donating the necessary materials for the replacement of toilet bowls,

and faucets, repainting and cleaning of the walls, doors and tiles of

the comfort rooms. Adopt a room was also an annual project of the

Kabalikat Charity, they adopted Physics Laboratory and facilitated

several activities like fixing the electrical wirings, repair and

cleaning of electric fans, ceiling fans and replaced busted fluorescent

lights and nonfunctional ballast.

Another set of orientation was spearheaded by the grade eight (8)

level. They had the H.I.V. (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) seminar that

was given by Mr. Anthony Claveria and he was able to give a very

meaningful talk on how to be aware about this kinds of topics. He

reiterated that as parents they should made to a point that they know

everything that is happening in their children’s life.

In addition to the orientation they also had Dr. GJ. Templonuevo

who welcomed the students,the parents and as well as the teachers. They

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responsibilities of everyone as the school year started. The people who

facilitated the said event were people from UERM ’78 Foundation,

Aesculapius ’87 Association and the Philippine Society of Venereology

(PSV) in collaboration with Rizal High School.

Almost all parents and students were still passionate on their

service. They continue to repair and to beautify their classrooms. After

they have accomplished repainting all the walls they call it a day.

They promised to come back to focus on the black board and bulletin

board the next day.

Day 5 May 24, 2019

The beautification of the classrooms continued on Day 5.

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time fewer volunteers came back but despite the decrease in number the

remaining parents, students and volunteers were determined to beautify

the blackboards and bulletin boards. They brought with them chocolate

brown paint and sand paper. They have arranged the chairs and made the

floor shiny as well. They swept the floor and wiped the jalousies and

window panes. They made sure that the room would be conducive for

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service. A total amount of Php. 23, 755.00 is donated by stakeholders

for Amang Building.

This day was also the turn of Grade nine (9) and (10) students to

have their orientation. Both grade level were able to listen to Mr.

Anthony Claveria, PTA Treasurer about Study Habits. Students will never

be successful if they don’t have their set study habits. According to

the speaker, they will be able to maintain good grades if they will be

able to follow good habits. The students must also have proper time

management. Since they are in the “techie” generation students got lazy

on searching things for they know that they can have it just a click

away. And that was what the speaker tried to elaborate that they should

not be dependent on technology rather be resourceful and responsible

students at all times. He added being responsible student can lead to

successful life.

For us also to be fruitful also in life, the speaker Mrs. Nora

Talag, Araling Panlipunan Dept. Head emphasized that we should be aware

about Drug Abuse. Drugs can be a great help for everyone especially for

medication purposes but if we will abuse it, definitely lives will be

destroyed not only the life of the person who abused drugs. The speaker

had shown evidences that there were lots of heinous crimes that happened

due to drug abuse. So as students, they should not even try it at all.

And as we all know grade ten students were a bit aggressive when

it comes to physical attraction towards the opposite sex, the discussion

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Ankiangco, ESP Dept. Head discussed this with the students. Children

are blessing from God but it is much better if the little ones will be

there at the right age.

They emphasized that students should be

students. They should not experiment on things rather they should be

studying and helping their parents at home. And since they were at the

age of aggressiveness the speaker told them on ways to avoid teenage

pregnancy.

Lastly, the M.A.P.E.H teacher Mr. Ryan Corpuz had conversed about

the D.R.R.M. (Disaster Risk Reduction Management) talk so that students

will be ready for any disaster that might happen when they are in the

school premises. Students are not only learners but also they should be

helpers in times of needs. The discussion about disaster management

mainly prepares the students not to panic and just to be ready at all

times.

In response to a meaningful and relevant activity for the Brigada

Eskwela, the TVL- HE/IA sponsored an activity addressed to meet the

needs of its stakeholders, more importantly for the parents and for the

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Livelihood Workshop “Kitang-Kita sa Bahay”. It was a joint collaboration

between Teachers and students. There were around 30 participants who

participated in the seminar mostly students with only a handful of

parents.

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participants. Some parents were delighted with the tastes of the samples

and they enjoyed the experience of having hands-on activities during

the workshop.

Likewise, during the T-shirt Braiding Seminar Workshop, the parent,

student and teacher participants had a meaningful participation in the

preparation of shirts which they also braided to come up with marketable

products. Teachers and students partnered during the workshop as they

collaborated on some shirt materials that were transformed from plain

shirts to shirts that are now being marketed as trendy ones.

Both seminar workshops accomplished their objectives despite the

small number of participants. The organizers resolved to duplicate the

same livelihood workshops in the next Brigada Eskwela but will seek the

assistance of the alumni groups for a more effective marketing of the

activities in order to generate more attendees.

Repainting, repairing, beautification of school premises are some

of the aesthetics that we can enhance as the Brigada Eskwela 2019

occurred. But Rizal High School isn’t only after aesthetics; hence they

are also after the welfare of the students, the teachers and all of the

staff within the school.

With that, the RHS school clinic staff conducted a seminar on

Proper Food Handling on the fourth day of Brigada Eskwela in Eusebio

Hall, Alumni building. The people involved in the said seminar were the

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and safe food. This seminar will benefit everyone for we are all

consumers of food in and out of the school premises. In addition, the

staff will be more equipped on how to handle and prepare food to maintain

it fresh, clean and consumable for everyone. Improper handling of food

can lead to several illnesses. And we are very lucky that the school

clinic initiated this kind of seminar.

In connection to our physical well-being, jogging, running, playing

outdoor sports are one of the things you can do in the R.H.S. oval.

Since it was repaired few years back by the government of Pasig its

flooring is very much convenient to use at all times. Several students

use this venue for their M.A.P.E.H classes. Some even use it for the

parades for different programs for the different subjects. Even guest

from other places use the venue to hold the events they have based on

their different purposes. The maintenance trimmed some trees so that

there will no longer be obstruction or even danger. This landscaping

was done by the school janitor assigned in the area together with other

staff from the Pasig City Hall. This time, everyone is free from moving,

jogging, running and etc. in RHS oval worry free.

Day 6: May 25, 2019

After the long days of working hard for the Brigada Eskwela, the

teachers from the RHS Junior and Senior high school enjoyed hours of

relaxation offered by the TESDA volunteers tapped by Pasig Municipal.

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free medical consultation and free maintenance medicine was also made

available for them. The teachers, male and female took advantage of

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Simultaneously in the covered court, was the giving of Brigada Eskwela

Certificates to all who participated, volunteered and contributed to

the success of Brigada Eskwela.

The city government of Pasig also conducted a free medical/dental

mission for the last day of the Brigada Eskwela. The parents, teachers

and other guest were able to avail the different services. Most people

either neglect, can’t avail or don’t have time to look after their

health but with the help of our city government it was made possible.

They were able to know whether they physically ready or not for the

incoming school year 2019-2020. Getting ready for the entire school

year doesn’t only mean that the students, teachers and parents are

prepared with the school supplies, uniforms and etc. We must also be

ready Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually.

The five days of Brigada Eskwela at the Rizal Hall Building

was participated by the different stakeholders and volunteers including

the following: Global Surge Inc. The ones who initiated to paint the

front yard’s fence in the building were the Police Community Precint

no. representatives. PO2 Mark Oliver Flores lend his hand in cleaning

the front yard with the help of our utility, we also have the RHS Batch

1995 who adopted classrooms to improve and renovated the old science

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the trimming of trees in the front of the building and replaced the

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donated cleaning materials. The Davies Paints Philippines, Inc. also

donated 5 pails of 16 liters paint in the building. 1726 participants

such as teachers, students, parents, utility workers, volunteers and

other stakeholders utilize the five days Brigada Eskwela in different

areas of Rizal High School

to ensure that the building is now ready

for the opening of the classes.

IMPROVEMENTS AND PREPARATIONS BEFORE AND AFTER THE BRIGADA ESKWELA

1. Teachers Seminar

Brigada Eskwela didn’t just deal with the physical development but

also for the professional growth of the teachers. Teachers are not only

teachers every school year. They are also students. The school head

sees to it that there are always new learnings before the school year

will start. And as the School Year 2019-2020 approaches, a very

innovative seminar was conducted in the Alumni Building, Eusebio Hall

dated May 29, 2019.

The said seminar was about the new tie up of Microsoft and the

Department of Education. The company Microsoft is very generous that

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they will just listen and apply the things that were discussed during

the ICT seminar. The seminars consist of different applications such as

the Kahoot, S’way cool, One Note, Office 365 and many more.

The said

applications will not only benefit the teachers but will also benefit

the students for they will play and learn. Teachers are the main

beneficiaries for they can access applications that are actually

expensive yet they will have it for free. There were several assigned

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At the end of the day, the certificates and badge were given to

the participants. Happily, went home with new learnings, and with

innovative skills that they can start sharing for the entire school

year. Change is inevitable but adapting to change is necessary.

2. Distribution of School Supplies

The city government of Pasig has once again distributed free school

supplies, bags, and uniforms from various public pre- school, kinder

and elementary schools around the city. They had started these years

ago and still they are continuing it to make education interesting and

more accessible.

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Robert Eusebio

wholeheartedly conducted the turnover of the supplies to the dearest

parents of our Rizalians. Everyone was very happy that they know the

supplies can help them ease the pain in their pockets. Every student is

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reminded that they should not only rely on the things given by the

government hence they should work hard for their own children. Before

the turnover ceremony, the grade seven (7) and grade eleven (11) parents

were also given again set of reminders about their children and the

school.

Mrs. Lorena Sobremonte discussed about the Duties

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Responsibilities of Parents. They are not just going to send their

children to school instead they will make sure that their children are

really studying through checking their outputs, talking to the teachers

and of course their children. Parents are not only parents when they

give birth, it is a lifelong process of proper guidance to each and

every children they have. It was evident that parents were happy

listening attentively to the speaker as they moved on to another set of

topic to be discussed. Establishing learning habits in school and home

was the second topic discussed before the turn over. Mrs. Maria

Brombuela communicated it to the parents just like another parent. The

success of the students will not only be through their own skills and

intelligence, hence their family will also be a big factor about it.

This was one thing the speaker reminded each parent. And for the last

speaker, Mrs. Emelda N. Torres, she discussed about Balancing Studies

and Daily Chores. The students need also to know their duties and

responsibilities. They were told that they should also know what the

tasks they have at home are. She also stated that parents will be more

proud of their children if they also know how to become a better child

at home.

more proud of their children if they also know how to become a better child at
more proud of their children if they also know how to become a better child at

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“M a t a t a g n a B a y a n P
“M a t a t a g n a B a y a n P
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3. New Building and Reiterating the school rules and regulations

On the year 2012, the K-12 curriculum had started. And they had

their first batch of completers of Junior High School after four years

which is 2016. In line with this, the government of Pasig constructed

a building suited to the needs of the upcoming Senior High School last

2016-2017 and still ongoing enrollees of SHS of this year.

Since Rizal High School is composed of the said Junior and

Senior High School, the current Principal Mr. Gilbert O. Inocencio

ensured that the parents of the SHS students should also be aware of

the Rules and Regulations of the school last May 20-21, 2019 in the

Caruncho Gymnasium. The incoming grade 11 and grade 12 students were

given enough orientation that will reiterate that the prior rules they

had in the JHS will also be applied in their SHS. It doesn’t mean that

they are grown-ups means that they can do whatever they like. In reality,

as they grow older, Mr. Inocencio added that the more they need to

become responsible in all aspects of their lives. The aggressiveness

they have with this age should be controlled with the help of the

guidance of the parents. The parents will not just let the students be

in school but they need to properly guide their children.

It was also agreed upon that the SHS will no longer be in the

area of JHS during school hours. Instead they will use the gate on A.

Flores St. as they enter and leave the campus. They will only stay on

their SHS premises all throughout the day. This disciplinary measures

will also hinder the JHS students to cut classes and as well as the SHS

measures will also hinder the JHS students to cut classes and as well as the SHS
measures will also hinder the JHS students to cut classes and as well as the SHS

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“M a t a t a g n a B a y a n P
“M a t a t a g n a B a y a n P
“M a t a t a g n a B a y a n P
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students. All the preparations for the SHS students, parents and

teachers were well discussed and reminded by the hands on principal of

Rizal High School.

4. Wellness activity

The SHS PE Department and Senior High School Teachers’ Organization

sponsored an after class Zumba for teachers, students and non-teaching

support personnel who would like stay fit and healthy. Zumba sessions

are held after class on a Friday.

5. Orientation for new students

On May 8, 2019 the incoming Grade 7 and 11 students had their

first orientation under the roof of the Caruncho Gymnasium. Here they

tackled the different school rules and regulations. The students were

very excited as

they listened to

the teachers and

to

the

very

accommodating principal. As they were welcomed by the school staff,

they went over the respective rooms for the orientation together with

their respective teachers/advisers.

The advisers on the other hand

readily discussed the different rules mainly categorized as a. schedule

of classes, b. Proper Uniform, c. Attendance of students, d. Attendance

of Parents Teachers attendance and Brigada Eskwela.

INNOVATIONS IN RIZAL HIGH SCHOOL

of Parents Teachers attendance and Brigada Eskwela. INNOVATIONS IN RIZAL HIGH SCHOOL 269 May 20 –
of Parents Teachers attendance and Brigada Eskwela. INNOVATIONS IN RIZAL HIGH SCHOOL 269 May 20 –

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RHS has always been consistent in its pursuit of innovation,

commitment and provision of better service to stakeholders. The

following are the proud innovations in Rizal High School:

1 FUNCTIONAL MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM

a. RHS WEBSITE

b. RFID

c. AUTOMATED ELECTION (HUMSS)

d. AUTOMATED ENROLMENT GRADES 11, 12, 10 AND 7)

e. LIBRARY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

f. TEACHERS' ENCODING OF GRADES

g. PICS MIS ROOM (WITH PROPER LABELS)

h. SETTING UP OF THE MONITORS FOR THE RFID SYSTEM

2 REST AREA FOR STUDENTS WITH DYMENORRHEA (RCE TEEN ZONE)

3 PROVISION OF RECYCLABLE PAPER FOR USED NAPKINS

4 KAPIHAN SA RHS

5 RAIN CATCHER

6 BLOOD DONATION DRIVE

7 BOOK DONATION DRIVE

8 ROTARY CLUB DRINKING WATER

9 ALUMNI_ADOPT A TOILET

10 IR SCI LABORATORY TOTAL RENOVATION

11 RHS COOP WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM

12 CNN COVERAGE

SCI LABORATORY TOTAL RENOVATION 11 RHS COOP WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM 12 CNN COVERAGE 270 May 20
SCI LABORATORY TOTAL RENOVATION 11 RHS COOP WATER FILTRATION SYSTEM 12 CNN COVERAGE 270 May 20

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13 Identification of a storage area for safe-keeping of vital school

records, textbooks, teaching manuals, etc.

ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL.

After the long days of working hard in the BRIGADA ESKWELA, the

teachers from the RHS Seniors and Juniors, enjoyed

the hours of

relaxation offered by some volunteers tapped by Pasig Municipal. There

was massage that truly relaxed the stiff muscles of the teachers., free

medical consultation and free maintenance medicine. The teachers, male

and female took advantage of free manicure and pedicure. Some enjoyed

the free haircut. Simultaneously in the covered court, was the giving

of Brigada Eskwela Certificates to all who participated, volunteered

and contributed to the success of Brigade Eskwela.

Rizal High School Brigada Eskwela 2019 once again proved that indeed,

it takes a village to raise a child. Truly, the support of the

different stakeholders of Rizal High School contributed much to attain

Matatag na Bayan Para sa Maunlad na Paaralan”.

contributed much to attain “ Matatag na Bayan Para sa Maunlad na Paaralan ”. 271 May
contributed much to attain “ Matatag na Bayan Para sa Maunlad na Paaralan ”. 271 May

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