Cebuano News: Pag-gradwar sa unang batch sa mga K to 12 plus mga tinun-an nagmalampuson

  • April 16, 2017

CEBU CITY, April 7  (PIA) --- Adunay kapin sa 100 ka mga tinun-an ang mihuman  sa Junior High School ug 24 ka mga tinun-an ang ni gradwar sa Senior High School gipahigayon didto sa barangay Luz Elementary School covered court niadtong Abril 7 ning bulan.

Atol sa seremonyas mihatag og makapadasig nga mensahe ang Congressman sa North District nga si Hon. Raul Del Mar, “That Success does come as easy” matud pa niya.

Dako ang pasalamat sa mga magtutudlo ug mga ginikanan nga ni gradwar na gayud ang mga tinun-an human sa ilang pagpaningkamot og tungha sa tunghaan.

Matud pa sa magtutudlo nga malaumon siya nga makakuha dayun og maayong trabaho ang mga tinun-an pagkahuman nila og gradwar apan ang uban ka nila na hire na sa uban nga kompanya sama sa bakeshop magmalipayon gayud siya nga naapil siya ani nga programa tungod kay makahatag kini og ideya kanila.

Kini ang pinaka una nga batch sa K to 12 Plus Program nga me gradwar karong tuiga ug dako ang pasalamat ang mga tinun-an sa mao nga tunghaan nga adunay AFOS Foundation for Entrepreneurial Development Cooperation), Cebu Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc. (CCCI), Technical Education and skills Development Authority(TESDA) ug ang Department of Educaion(DepED).

“Happy kaayo ko nga ni gradwar ko then gitagaan ko og awards that which I don’t expect and one thing nga akung e-consider as motivation is ang mga istorya sa mga tao nga sayang kunu kay utokan pero wa kini magamait kay kung manggaply pangitaan man gihapon og unsa ang nahuman maong me padayun ko ani ug dako akung pasalamat sa mga sponsors,” matud pa ni Delos Carmel, nga usa sa with honor nga me gradwar.

Nagmalampuson gayud ang seremonya nga gipahigayon karung tuiga ug nagmalipayon ang tanan nga ni gradwar ilabi na ang mga ginikanan nga mitambong..(jsr/PIA-7/Cebu)


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