Tuesday, December 29, 2009
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Wednesday, November 11, 2009
The performers, audience, teachers, and contestants during the Reading Festival (First Leg). The Winners (Peoples Coliseum, Ilocos Sur):
Grade 1 - Russel Anjelo Briones, Santo Domingo North Central School
Grade 2 - Christopher Louie Musa, Santo Domingo North Central School
Grade 3- Miya Krizxen Revibes, Santo Domingo North Central School
Grade 4- Kamille Cheska Mandac, Santo Domingo North Central School
Grade 5- Basilio Azada, Jr., Lingsat Elementary School (Bantay)
Grade 6 - Tracy Ante Tabil, Santo Domingo North Central School
Educational Materials Recipients:
4 Bulks - Caoayan District
6 Bulks - Santo Domingo District
Received by Teacher Catherine Somera of Santo Domingo South Central School
The participants, recipients and winners thank all Sponsors most especially Move on Philippines for the books which are very much appreciated!
To see more about Reading Festival The First Leg, download file here:RF First Leg
Thursday, November 5, 2009
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Location: 3f Isabel Bldg. II, F.R. Castro Ave., Laoag City (behind old Jollibee)
Overall Winner: Marivir Agustin, Gabu Elementary School, with Reading Coach (RC) Amelita Ricardos.
Grade 1: Yviahnagaile Raza Nebab, Sarrat North Central School, RC: Jenalyn Edra
Grade 2: Juliana Marie Ulep, Sarrat North Central School, RC: Lourdes Pastor
Grade 3: Marivir Agustin
Grade 4: Jester Galano, Malaguip Elementary School
Grade 5: Novelyn Corpuz, Sarrat North Central School, RC: Edelyn Galitano
Grade 6: Johna Eliza Tabira, Malaguip Elementary School
High School: Princess Kate Silvano, Don Salistiano Aquino, High Schol
Overall School Champion: Sarrat North Central School
The Organizers and Performers are happy to announce that due to the success of the First Leg, Reading Festival will proceed to National Capitol Region for the Second Leg!
Please watch out for the post on Ilocos Sur winners.
Tuesday, November 3, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
The Office of the Governor (Michael M. Keon) of Ilocos Norte through Ms. Sunny Miguel has agreed to provide the Centennial Arena for the postponement to be held October 31 instead, from 2 pm onwards.
Meanwhile, the postponed Vigan gig is still under negotiation for its relocated venue due to conflict of schedule with the original venue Heritage Resort. The Organizers hope to stage the October 30 Reading Festival in Peoples Coliseum in Santo Domingo, Ilocos Sur
Wednesday, October 7, 2009
After typhoon Ondoy, many schools were flooded and adversely affected. Here, the the books are dried inside school grounds--- in the stairs, corridors and inside the school perimeter fence.
These books represent the state of Philippine education and literacy. This is the main reason why Reading Festival was conceived. Through our reading and literacy campaign, we hope to impart that every individual has his and her own responsibility to provide for our environment, to help ease the impact of chaos our environment is going through by lessening our carbon footprint.
Sunday, September 27, 2009
Monday, September 7, 2009
Thursday, September 3, 2009
Reading Festival, an interpretative reading competition among elementary (Grade 1 – Grade 6) and High School (First-Fourth year) in per level basis kicks off October 23 in Laoag City Auditorium. It is a half-day event that will focus on public schools with special consideration for children from marginalized families. 10 winners will be declared per area and date for a total of 30 winners in all.
The contest will be featuring Goin’ Bulilit Kids and other entertainers with the following dates and venues:
October 23 – Laoag City Auditorium;
October 24 – Heritage Resort Caoayan (Metro Vigan);
October 25 – SM City Rosales (Pangasinan).
The event objective is to inspire and encourage school children and youth to value reading, education and literacy in order to succeed if not become productive members of society. It is in-line with the Department of Education’s (Dep Ed) read-a-thon (reading) program. Reading is one of the most potent tools to success which has been overlooked due to trends, lack of motivation and lack of reading materials among impoverished youths. Through this activity, the organizers hope to provide information and motivation to youths about the importance of reading and literacy to make them become successful or productive members of society. The organizers also aim to stage this event nationwide, area per area.
Highlights of the series of events include the contest proper and entertainment numbers from the Goin’ Bulilit Kids, professional young sing & dance groups Charmers, Pinay
Barbies, etc. It is open to the public. Entrance at SM City Rosales The Activity Center is for free.
The literacy campaign background of the organizers at Bituen (www.bituen.com) aims to emphasize the importance of education and literacy to audience and the public through relevant events. This was started with the "Voc Tech Night" conducted November 29 2008 at Amoranto Stadium.
Already, Move on Philippines (http://moveonphil.org/), Heritage Resort (http://www.heritresort.com/) GypsyPunk (http://gypsypunk.biz), Precious Pages Corporation (http://phr.com.ph/index.html), Cozy Place in Rosales Pangasinan, Northview Hotel of Laoag and other organizations have already signified their support.
For individuals and organizations who wish to extend support, click below:
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 632-4551132.
Saturday, August 22, 2009
We are happy to announce that support for Reading Festival (The First Leg) has started pouring in! Already, sponsorship from Precious Pages Corporation with imprints ETL (Easy to Learn Books) , Lampara, Little Genius, as well as Mabuhay Educational Center boardgames and teaching aide posters already came.
We hope more to come for the participating schools and children!
Monday, August 3, 2009
The organizers hope to help children learn the importance of books and reading in achieving life dreams. They also hope to stage the activity nationwide through the help of generous Filipinos from around the world.
Readers and the public are also requested to help this activity as donors. All donations will be used as prizes and listed on the souvenir magazine. Please click below to help.
Sunday, July 12, 2009
- October 23 (Friday) - Laoag City Auditorium
- October 24 (Saturday) - Heritage Resort Caoayan - Metro Vigan
- October 25 (Sunday) - SM City Rosales The Activity Center (Pangasinan).
The event will highlight the importance of literacy and reading skills as tools for achieving a better life. Bituen previously organized the Voc-Tech Night for Children International's Quezon City Agency and was able to raise an estimated P130,000 for the vocational and technical scholars from marginalized families.
For Sponsors (interested to campaign, promote product or company), retailers (who may be interested to join the weeklong -October 20-26 -tiangge at SM City Rosales), or donors (for motivation gifts and prizes), you may send email or call Bituen at (63-2) 455-1132 for details or inquiries.