4 students cited for science tilt wins

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.”