PINES CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
Palma St., Baguio City
NARRATIVE REPORT ON THE SCHOOL- BASED CELEBRATION OF THE CEREBRAL
P...
III. PHOTO- DOCUMENTATION
LAUNCHING OF THE CEREBRAL PALSY AWARENESS AND PROTECTION WEEK
(SEPTEMBER 16, 2015)
FILM SHOWING ...
POSTER-MAKING CONTEST
(SEPTEMBER 18, 2015)
AWARDING
(SEPTEMBER 21, 2015)
FIRST PLACE BY RUDOLPH YADAO
THIRD PLACE JOHN LINO FAMILARAN
SECOND PLACE AGA TUAZON
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Narrative report on cerebral palsy awareness week

cerebral awareness advocacy
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  • 1. PINES CITY NATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL Palma St., Baguio City NARRATIVE REPORT ON THE SCHOOL- BASED CELEBRATION OF THE CEREBRAL PALSY AWARENESS AND PROTECTION WEEK (September 16-22, 2015) I. RATIONALE OF THE SCHOOL- BASED CELEBRATION OF THE CEREBRAL PALSY AWARENESS AND PROTECTION WEEK By virtue of DepEd Memorandum No. 83, DepEd joins the celebration of the 2015 Cerebral Awareness And Protection Week pursuant to Presidential Proclamation No. 588, declaring the period from September 16 to 22, 2004 and every year thereafter as Cerebral Palsy Awareness and Protection (CPAP) week. The theme this year is Pagpapahalaga sa Abilidad at Dignidad ng Taong May Cerebral Palsy and with a sub- theme Moving Forward to Health, Wellness and Productivity of Persons with Cerebral Palsy. II. VENUE AND DATE DATE ACTIVITY VENUE September 16, 2015 Launching of CPAP through a gameshow PCNHS- Quadrangle September 16-22, 2015 Film- showing and sharing about CP during ESP subjects Classrooms September 18, 2015 Poster- making contest PCNHS- Library September 21, 2015 Awarding of certificates and tokens to winners PCNHS- Quadrangle
  • 2. III. PHOTO- DOCUMENTATION LAUNCHING OF THE CEREBRAL PALSY AWARENESS AND PROTECTION WEEK (SEPTEMBER 16, 2015) FILM SHOWING AND PROCESSING AND SHARING ABOUT CEREBRAL PALSY (SEPTEMBER 16- 22, 2015)
  • 3. POSTER-MAKING CONTEST (SEPTEMBER 18, 2015)
  • 4. AWARDING (SEPTEMBER 21, 2015)
  • 5. FIRST PLACE BY RUDOLPH YADAO THIRD PLACE JOHN LINO FAMILARAN SECOND PLACE AGA TUAZON