AFTER winning in the local competitions of the Visayas and Mindanao leg of the only traveling high-tech quiz show in the country, Pasiklaban sa Paaralan Caravan, 26 students are ready to face each other for a slot in the national finals to be held in Batangas.
Representing Visayas and Mindanao in the elementary school division are Ryan Ferdinand Sanita from Leyte Progressive High School, Chlex Wynsylph M. Villanueva from Holy Cross of Davao College, Danielle Marie Abantao from Notre Dame of Siena School of Marbel, Abegail Aribal of Notre Dame of Kabacan, Arielle Hernandez from Madana Mohana Academy, Samantha May Gabrielle B. Ugsod from Corpus Christi School, Emil Martin Jaducana from Corpus Christi School, Ken Mordeno from Corpus Christi School, Clincy Faeroe Saldana from Saint Columban College, Uriah Z. Pancho from Montessori Center of Tangub City, Carmela Aurora Vintola from St. Louis School-Don Bosco, Givette A. Sevilla from Saint Mary’s Academy Dalaguete, Hijas de Jesus from Sacred Heart School of Cebu, Katrina Busa from Sacred Heart School of Cebu, Anton Raphael Lim from St. John’s Institute of Bacolod, and Ramon A. Galvan III from Children’s Integrated School of Alta Tierra Inc.
High school category representatives are Rhea Mae Bantasan of St. Peter’s College of Ormoc, Kesha Marie Tallo from Davao Christian High School, Adulfo Emmanuel Respecia from The Heritage Academy of the Philippines, Paolo Enriq Anton Misa of Notre Dame of Mlang, Lovely Pearl Valendez from Central Bukidnon Institute, Ara Lyn dela Rosa Philippine Southfield School, Crisbelle Ann Irag from Philippine Southfield School, Reymar Tampus from Saint Columban College, Jan Kenith So from Medina College Science High School, Cheska Antoinette Alanano from Colegio de Santa Catalina de Alejandria, Mary Mae Lanticse from Saint Michael School, Roddy Clark Soco from St. Joseph’s Academy, Benjamin Gustilo from St. John’s Institute, and Gene G. Gautier Jr. from John B. Lacson Foundation Maritime University.
More than a hundred students from Visayas and Mindanao competed in this traveling quiz show. It travels around the country on board a custom-built van equipped with 10 laptops that will be used as playing consoles; a server that will serve as the “brain” of the competition; a mobile sound system; and LCD projectors.
Pasiklaban features questions related to Science, Math, Languages, Literature, and General Information. To date, a total of 158 schools from all over the Philippines have joined Pasiklaban sa Paaralan.
For more information, log on to www.diwa.ph