Rain or Shine, CHILDians are One

“One Team, One Spirit, One Childian!” is a fitting theme for the Intramurals this 2019. Rain or shine, nothing can stop the Childians to show their sportsman spirit.

Rain symbolizes new beginnings. It represents birth and life. It is important in growth. Some may think of the rain as a hindrance. However, for those lovers of challenges, the rain might even serve as a blessing. Rain is cool, calming, and soothing. The team spirit of the Childians has never been stronger despite of the drenched and damaged decorations.

Howling Wolves bearing the fuchsia pink flag. Soaring Falcons with the golden yellow flag. These are the two teams that get active and display cooperation. Not only student potentials are discovered but also their character as sports enthusiasts and challenge seekers. Each team performs their yells and cheers to liven and buildup the excitement.

Howling Wolves showing off their yells and cheers.

Mr. and Ms. Intramurals

Mr. and Ms. Intramurals 2019 pageant is held on September 12 featuring the beauty and wits of elementary and junior high school students of Bohol Child Head Start (BCHS).

The Master of Ceremonies are Niña Rose Anne Rebayla and Christine Hazel Torregosa. They make the pageant a pleasure for everybody in attendance through having good sense of humor and sharp wit.

The judges for the pageant include Joseph Dean Cubeta, Special Education teacher of BCHS and fourth runner-up Mr. UB 2014, Jaenine Carulasan, Miss Air Bohol 2019, and Arj Iyog Calanza, distinguished local make-up artist and pageant handler.

Excitement is in the air when the pageant finally started. All supporters of the seven pairs in the elementary department and three pairs in the high school department are cheering for their respective favorite candidates.

All the contenders radiated with good looks and wit, wearing their sports attire. During the question and answer portion, each contestant has a chance to pick a question that addresses social matters and personal experiences.

Winners of Mr. and Ms. Intramurals

Elementary and Secondary Participants of Mr. and Ms. Intramurals 2019

Elementary Category

Hailed as the Social Media Icons are Zia Angela Mondilla and Ethan Robert Nini. Most Photogenic award goes to Kim Deyniel Villamor II and John Ezra Pahang. Furthermore, Kim Deyniel Villamor II and Kit Sigmund Balane collect the awards namely Best in Sportswear, Witty Lad and Witty Lass, and Darling of the Crowd.

The second runners-up are Frances Joseph Tayag and Sophia Reese Quina. First runners-up are Nikko Presslmayr and Zia Angela Mondilla. Kit Sigmund Balane and Kim Deyniel Villamor II obtain the title of Mr. and Ms. Intramurals 2019.

Secondary Category

Reizah Mari Ferre and Jan Resty Badilla are the Social Media Icons. Chosen as Most Photogenic are Reizah and Lorenz Itong. In addition, Lorenz and Angel Heart Berg are the Witty Lad and Witty Lass respectively. Angel and Kevin Charles Acosta bagged the awards such as Best in Sportswear, Best in Production Number, Darling of the Crowd, and proclaimed as the Mr. and Ms. Intramurals 2019.

Meanwhile, contestants of badminton, chess, taekwondo, scrabble, larong pinoy and dancesports competition are participating in the afternoon segment.

Dancesport Competition

Participants of the Modern Standard Category

The most awaited dance sport competition has two categories. Performers dance cha-cha-cha, samba, and jive for the Latin American category while slow waltz, tango, and quick step for the Modern Standard category, for instance. The judges are Ligaya Baobao, Chester Louise Milan, and Jonathan Reyson.

Flashing lights, dancers dressed to the nines, and talented contestants, wowed the spectators. The audience cheer loudly and chant the names of their preferred couple.

For the Latin American category, Maxine Giesela Dinges and Will Tyrone Araneta earn second runner-up, Xian Angelo Pinos and Trixie Sosoban receive first runner-up, and the champions are Jillian Ian Rojas and Thomas Gabriel Woosley.

The winners for the Modern Standard category are Renn Kenshin Apostol and Andhel Jane Tichy as second runner-up. Ciennah Leigh Araneta and Kit Gabriel Balane are first runner up. Lastly, Goddess Margaret Dayan and Adrian Taganahan emerge as the champion.

Second Day of the Intramural

The first day of the Intramurals ends on a high note. Nevertheless, the fun is not over. On September 13, sports such as swimming, sepak takraw, lawn tennis, athletics, basketball, and table tennis are played.

Awarding ceremony and field demonstration are done in the afternoon. Parents are supportive in their kids’ events. Some of them even took the time off from work to show their presence and support their beloved children.

Mrs. Maria Elena Balane, school principal, shared the success story of Michael Phelps and Michael Jordan. In addition, she hopes to inspire everyone to keep on striving despite any failures. Therefore, it is by failure that individuals learn the greatest lessons that life could teach us.

Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa 2019, Matagumpay na Nailunsad

Ipinamalas ng mga mag-aaral mula Kinder, Elementary hanggang sa Junior High School sa Bohol Child Head Start ang kanilang husay at talento sa Kulminasyon ng Buwan ng Wikang Pambansa na may pangkalahatang tema na “Wikang Katutubo: Tungo sa Isang Bansang Filipino” noong ika-tatlumpu ng Agosto sa bulwagan ng Jose at Lina Ong.

Ang Bohol Child Head Start ay nakiisa sa adhikaing lalong palawakin ang pag-gamit ng sariling wika at pagyamanin ang kultura ng lahing Pilipino. May iba’t ibang palatuntunan at patimpalak na ginawa tulad ng madulang pagkukuwento, pag-gawa ng poster, interpretatibong pag-basa, solong pag-awit at pagpili ng Lakan at Lakambini. Ibinida ng lahat ng mga mag-aaral ang kanilang magagara at makukulay na Katutubong Kasuotan.

Gng. Maria Elena M. Balane, punong guro ng Bohol Child Head Start Inc., nagtalakay sa kahalagahan ng sariling wika.

Sinimulan ang selebrasyon ng panalangin at pag-kanta ng Pambansang Awit at Awit sa Bohol. Ang punong guro na si Ginang Maria Elena M. Balane ay nagtalakay sa pangkalahatang programa sa buong araw. Sinabi ni Ginang Balane na mahalaga na matuto tayo ng ibang wika pero higit na mas mahalaga kung alam natin ang ating sariling wika. Sinundan ito ng iba’t ibang patimpalak at ang mga nanguna ay ang mga sumusunod:

Debbie Nicolette M. Licayan                                        Madulang Pagkukuwento

Samaya El Jamal                                                             Pag-gawa ng Poster

EJ Niña A. Cempron                                                       Solong Pag-awit

Ika-Tatlong Baitang Shine                                            Interpretatibong Pag-basa

Earl Euro Lamdagan                                                     Lakan

Princess Laureen Cagas                                               Lakambini

Bawat patimpalak ay pinaghandaan at naging matindi ang tunggalian para masungkit ang unang parangal. Ang mga mag-aaral na nanalo at sumali ay nakatanggap ng sertipiko at tropeo.

Nagkaroon ng Kainan sa Nayon tampok ang mga tradisyonal na meryenda at matatamis na pagkain. Natapos ang palatuntunan ng masaya ang bawat isa lalo na ang mga bata. Napaliwanag sa kanila ang kahalagahan ng Wikang Filipino at mga wikang rehiyonal. Sabi ni Binibining Analou C. Delusa, Student Affairs Officer, “Sana ipagpatuloy nating pahalagahan at pangalagaan ang ating wikang katutubo na minana pa natin sa ating mga ninuno.”

BCHS Blazing Phoenix joins City Meet 2017

BCHS Blazing Phoenix joins City Meet 2017

17 CHILDian athletes competed in different sports events during the Tagbilaran City Meet last November 22-25, 2017. The City Meet is an annual sports competition among city schools to choose cream of the crop athletes who would represent the City Division in the regional or national level competitions.

 

The BCHS Blazing Phoenix is the youngest team to join this year. And first timers may be, the team has landed in winning places as follows:

 

Alysha Ebner – Bronze Medallist, Table Tennis (Elem Girls Category)
Kit Sigmund Balane – Bronze Medallist, Table Tennis (Elem Boys Category)
Kevin Charles Acosta, Ahrvey Dylan Marquez, Matthew Carlvin Gemota- Bronze Medallists, Sepak Takraw (Elem Boys Category)

 

Congratulations CHILDians! You truly rise above the challenges!

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Multiple Intelligences

The mission of this institution is to provide every child an opportunity to grow and nurture his/her intelligences through immersion in a developmentally appropriate environment and tasks, employment of evidence-based skills and techniques, and interaction with genuine love and respect.

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Congratulations to all students for doing great! Keep up the good work!

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Preschool Parents Orientation

ANNOUNCEMENT

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Reminding our Parents from the Preschool Department for the PARENTS’ ORIENTATION this coming Saturday at 9 in the morning, at Bohol Child Head Start.

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Welcome Back To School CHILDdians!

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Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!

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Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!Hello kids and parents! Tomorrow, June 7, is our first day of classes for elementary levels. No need to bring your books yet since orientation activities will be done. We encourage our old pupils (from Grades 2-6) to wear their complete uniform for Wednesday. See you at 7:30 in the morning for the flag raising ceremony!

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The President’s Message

Dear Parents,

Let me enumerate what’s in store for you at Bohol Child Head Start!

First, we embrace the Developmentally Appropriate curriculum and Multiple Intelligence approach for our preschool and elementary. This is to make sure that the whole person is nurtured and skills are honed effectively.

Second, we adopt the small class size set up. With 20 kids in the elementary and 14 in the play and learn (preschool), we can assure meaningful contact with each pupil, making them feel special and valued.

Third, our rooms are air-conditioned and we employ innovative teaching and learning experiences to achieve our goal of nurturing intelligences.

Fourth, we live in greenery and quiet, far from the hustle, bustle, and pollution of the city, but close enough to be accessible through our air-conditioned school bus.

Finally, we are a team of dedicated, energetic, and creative educators who are always ready to go the extra mile , for the pursuit of quality education.

Thank you. Come join us. Be our partner
in molding young minds and hearts.

Sincerely,

DR. KIT N. BALANE, RP,CASP
Clinical Psychologist
President, Bohol Child Head Start Inc.