Angelo Dahilig, a fifth grader from San Andres Elementary School was among the top winners in the 11th National Science Quest, which was held recently Teacher’s Camp, Baguio City from February 10 – 12.

Dahilig bested 31 other competitors from all over the country in the Collage Making Contest. Using various scrap materials, he was able to come up with an artwork that best reflects

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the theme, “Science and Technology Advancement: Enhancing Quality of Life through Invention and Research”.
City Mayor Stephany Uy Tan was able to personally congratulate the student during a courtesy call after the competition. He was accompanied by his coach Rosario Pacayra of Catbalogan III District Elementary School.

The National Science Quest is being held annually by the Association of Science Educators in the Philippines to encourage students to excel in Science through “camaraderie, competition and sportsmanship”. To ensure this, participants go through a rigorous elimination process that requires them to place either 1st or 2nd at the division and regional level before they can qualify for the national level.

(Article by Ms. Lai Minh Mabulay, Office of the City Mayor)

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