Grade 7 Student from Sagada recognized for his honesty
"If a little man can do good things for his fellow, then that's a challenge to every fellow."
The COP, PCPT BASILIO KIMMAYONG HOPDAYAN JR. gave a certificate of appreciation to Manuel Tengdan, grade 7 student of Sagada National High school relative to the good deeds he displayed on October 12, 2019 at around 6:55 PM, he turned over to Sagada MPS a lost cellphone (vivo) that he found at the New Municipal Building, Patay, Sagada.
The cellphone was later received by the owner.
Credit: Sagada MPS
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Two honest Baguio workers return extra PhP 3,500.00 from TUPAD Program
Aylmer Rivera and Janfort Salungasing Arizo of Baguio City returned the extra PhP 3,500.00 from the relief they received.
This was after they received the assistance from the Department of Labor and Employment under TUPAD.
Courtesy: Marissa Fortes
God bless you for your honesty kakailyan!
#Baguio #honesty #DOLE #TUPAD
3 honest Ifugao kids return found valuables
A lost belt bag containing cash found along Paypay, Poblacion, Hingyon, Ifugao was turned-over to PNP Hingyon office by these three good samaritans of the day namely; Dexter Lagmoy, Bryson Dagumay and Zaijan Dagumay, all residents of Poblacion, Hingyon, Ifugao.
Thanks to these little but responsible kids of Poblacion. God bless you a thousand fold.
Credit: Pnp Ifugao Hingyon
#Hingyon #Ifugao #Honesty
Baguio Boy is Next PNP Chief
UPDATE: Lieutenant General Camilo Cascolan is the next Philippine National Police (PNP) chief, replacing retiring top cop General Archie Gamboa, Interior Secretary Eduardo Año confirmed to Rappler on Tuesday, September 1.
Cascolan is set to retire on November 10 as he reaches the mandatory age of retirement of 56, unless President Rodrigo Duterte decides to extend his term.
Asked about Cascolan's possible short term, Año said the public should not focus on the span of his stint, but the work to be done.
"Matagal pa naman ang 2 months (2 months is still long). We don't think of that yet. There is a lot to be done," he said.
In terms of seniority, Cascolan was next in line to be chief as the deputy chief for administration of the PNP. He belongs to the Philippine Military Academy Sinagtala Class of 1986.
Police Lt. Gen. Camilo Pancratius Cascolan will serve as officer-in-charge of the Philippine National Police (PNP) upon the retirement of Gen. Archie Gamboa on Wednesday, Malacañang said Tuesday.
Known by his nickname "Pikoy," Cascolan is also a member of the Philippine Military Academy Class of 1986, to which his two predecessors, Police Generals Gamboa and (now Senator) Ronald de la Rosa also belonged.
A native of Baguio City, he is a product of the Maryknoll Convent School and the University of the Philippines Baguio High School.
#Baguio #Pikoy #Cascolan #PMA #PNP
Baguio schools told to grant tuition discounts to students
The city legislative body approved a resolution earnestly requesting Baguio-based schools, universities, colleges and training centers to grant tuition fee discounts to all their currently enrolled students who are affected by the disruption of their classes due to the implementation of the extended Luzonwide enhanced community quarantine (ECQ).
Further, the resolution authored by all members of the city legislative body requested the Department of Education, Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA) to do the acknowledgement of schools under their supervision that will adopt and implement the said endeavor.
The resolution admitted that the imposed ECQ has not only disrupted classes in all levels but also the livelihood and income of parents and guardians supporting the studies of their children and wards, thus, significantly affecting their capacity to pay the school fees.
While the city government acknowledges that universities, colleges and other training centers are not spared from the negative impact of the class and regular work schedule disruptions, the resolution pointed out that their stability as established benevolent institutions is a huge advantage, assuring the institutions of faster rate of recovery from this economic and health crisis, thus to give consideration to the students.
Because of the impact of the COVID global pandemic, President Rodrigo Duterte declared the whole country under public health emergency and placed the entire Luzon under ECQ aside from declaring the nation under a state of calamity.
Earlier, the city government suspended classes in all levels for both private and public schools in the city from March 13-21, 2020 to allow school authorities to sanitize and dis-infect classrooms and facilities to prevent the possible spread of the highly contagious virus.
Moreover, President Duterte accepted the recommendation of the inter-agency task force on the management of emerging and re-emerging infectious disease extending the Luzonwide ECQ until April 30, 2020, as a precautionary measure to stump the rapid spread of the virus that also extended the suspension of classes indefinitely.
Subsequently, the city government issued a follow-up order extending class suspension in all levels for both public and private schools and other institutions and centers of learning in the city until May 31, 2020, as one of the stringent measures being embraced to protect the city and its residents from the continuous spread of the deadly illness.
The resolution also requested the different universities, colleges and other training centers to devise a scheme where the enrolled students can complete their studies under different platforms that could be used for the said purpose to allow the students to complete their remaining class schedules without sacrificing the quality of education.
The approved resolution will be forwarded to the different public and private institutions and the concerned government agencies in charge of basic and higher education for their information and guidance.
- By Dexter A. See via PIO BAGUIO (24 April 2020)
#Baguio #schools #tuition #topstory #coronavirus #covid19 #communityQuarantine