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Saturday, June 11, 2011

DepEd gears up for 2011 National Schools Press Conference

·         Carlo Galicia from Minglanilla National Science High School will fly to Butuan City for NSPC competition in Editorial Writing Category (English), representing Cebu Province Division

·         The date for the said event will be in February 2011 with the theme: "Freedom of Expression: Rights and Responsibility." 

·         The organizers are expecting more than 4,000 delegates from 17 regions who will be joining the 2011 National Schools Press Conference in Butuan City that would converge in friendly competition and exercise the freedom of expression.

The National Schools Press Conference (NSPC) 2011 focuses on the “Freedom of Expression: Rights and Responsibility." As such, the Department of Education (DepEd) mobilizes schools support by advocating and integrating rights and responsibility in related school-community initiatives. 

The annual NSPC draws a thousand campus journalists from public and private elementary and high school students nationwide. It will be held on February 2011 in Butuan City. 

Carlo Galicia from Minglanilla National Science High School will compete with other qualified winners during the RSPC for 2011 NSPC competition in Editorial Writing Category (English). He is one of the winners in editorial writing from Cebu Province Division. He is to be accompanied by his coach Dr. Ermetes F. Adolfo, Jr., the Access school paper adviser.

       Individual and group writing contests in English and Filipino will carry the conference theme: “Freedom of Expression: Rights and Responsibility." 

The group contests comprise of five categories: editorial page, feature/literary page, news page and sports page. 

High school and elementary students will participate in the individual contests such as editorial writing, news writing, feature writing, sports writing. There will also be competitions in copyreading and headline writing, photojournalism, editorial cartooning, and scriptwriting and radio broadcasting.


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