By Zaldy Comanda
BAGUIO CITY – An approved resolution was passed commending the four grade school students for their victories in the 16th National Science Quest held last February 8-10 at the Baguio Teachers Camp and Skyrise Hotel.
Councilor Peter Fianza, who authored the resolution, congratulating and commending Maria Jillian Calub, Grade IV at Quezon Hill Elementary School, Jaren Aowes, Andre Stefan Moynihan and Karissa Isabel Patriarca, all of Phases Learning Center for topping their respective events in the prestigious competition.
Calub, a resident of Quezon Hill Proper won first place in the category of Sci-Photojournalism where she showcased her knowledge, talents and skills in documenting events relevant to the theme of the competition, “Technology Advancement through Research Inventions and Innovations in Sustaining Quality of Life.”
Aowes, also of Quezon Hill barangay used his mastery of Science and chess to strategize his way to ruling the Sci-Chess event.
Moynihan also of Barangay Quezon Hill was crowned as “Ginoong Kalikasan 2019” while schoolmate Patriarca of San Luis was adjudged as “Binibining Kalikasan 2019” third best with both showing that “through looks, charm, and knowledge, they can be the face of the youth in their advocacy towards a sustainable and healthy environment.”