Non-reader Students Rate Continues to Rise

Palo National High School (Palo NHS) executes a proper reading intervention due to the alarming rise of number of slow to non-reader students especially the fresh elementary graduates Grade 7 students held in the school library, September 11. The ideal education of the Department of Education (DepEd) is for the student to be able to … Continue reading Non-reader Students Rate Continues to Rise

Palo experiences rainfalls to storm

Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (PAGASA) declares hanging habagat or southwest monsoon will continue to trigger rains in Luzon and cloudy to light and moderate rains in Visayas in a briefing on Monday, September 9. Expected scattered rainfall, flash floods, and landslides remain possible in areas affected by the southwest monsoon. Meanwhile, the locality … Continue reading Palo experiences rainfalls to storm

Studs raise funds after GPTA disestablished

Through the approval of the school principal Mrs. Estrellita Morano, Special Program for Journalism (SPJ) particularly Grade 10 raises fund for the school publication by making vintage decorations from broken chairs on August 21, to be mandatorily sold to the teachers. The said fund raising was made possible after the school publication ‘the cradle’ ran … Continue reading Studs raise funds after GPTA disestablished

Cherry-picked Comprehension

Students are taught at school to know what’s fact and what’s not to block them from mislead information but what’s happening now is beyond boundary. In this era technology circulates around our moving society, a requirement in school and even in parents’ work and children as early as a toddler already have gadgets in hand … Continue reading Cherry-picked Comprehension

Creating Leaders, Building Hopes

“It’s not about intelligence, it’s about how you handle people” This was what Mrs. Karen R. Lira, the guest speaker for the leadership training, emphasized as she teaches the student journalists of Palo      National High School. Becoming an IBA (Imaginative with our mind, believe with our heart, and Achieve with our mind), BOBO (Bringing Out … Continue reading Creating Leaders, Building Hopes

Sweetened Delicacy in Widespread

‘Kakanin’ are Filipino native delicacies which are popular snack foods that are usually served as ‘merienda’ or desserts. These are usually present in special occasions like weddings, birthdays, anniversary, and fiesta. No celebration is complete without any ‘kakanin’ being served on the table. Each place has its own identity just like in Tanauan which is … Continue reading Sweetened Delicacy in Widespread

Tolosa Blue Jammers Bows to Babatngon Warriors

Let’s go! Let’s go! Tramping feet’s of euphoric spectators and loud applause's show their cheers as the brave-hearted ballers from Babatngon Warriors clinched the victory against their foe, Tolosa Blue Jammers, on the Annual Congressional, September 11. Both teams met for the second tournament boys’ basketball game category 5 by 5 at the Palo National … Continue reading Tolosa Blue Jammers Bows to Babatngon Warriors