Students celebrate vibrant year-end Party

Anthea Chynette Ladines
Students celebrate vibrant year-end PartyDecember 21 was brimming with cheer and excitement as students, teachers, and staff came together to celebrate the much-awaited Year-End Party. The event, filled with colorful decorations and lively music, marked the conclusion of a successful year.
The festivities commenced with a heartwarming speech from the SSC President Merk Ariestotle Natanauan and school principal Mr. Jose M. Giron Jr., who praised the hard work and dedication of both students and faculty throughout the year. This was followed by various engaging contests, including dance performances, talent showcases via singing, Beklash Contest (Male dressing up as girls), and games that kept everyone entertained.
The highlight of the evening was the recognition of outstanding achievements, where exceptional students were honored. The atmosphere was filled with pride and encouragement as applause echoed throughout the venue.
As the night progressed, students and teachers danced to upbeat tunes, creating unforgettable memories and strengthening bonds. The event served as a perfect platform for everyone to unwind, share laughter, and cherish moments of togetherness.
In the spirit of camaraderie and joy, the Year-End Party concluded with heartfelt goodbyes and well wishes for the upcoming holiday season. It was a night that truly encapsulated the spirit of unity, celebration, and the wonderful memories created within the school community.
Photos by: Kaicer Elija Roazal, Edgar Julian Nantes, Larry Lipit
Edited by: Jhaydel De San Andres

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) applicable to the Year-End Party celebration are:

  • Good Health and Well-being (SDG 3) - The event brings together students, teachers, and staff to celebrate, fostering a sense of community and promoting mental well-being through shared enjoyment and relaxation.
  • Quality Education (SDG 4) - Recognizing outstanding achievements and celebrating successes during the Year-End Party reinforces the value of quality education and encourages continuous learning and improvement within the school community.
  • Gender Equality (SDG 5) - The inclusion of the Beklash Contest, where males dress up as females, promotes gender equality by challenging traditional gender norms and encouraging acceptance and diversity within the school environment.
  • Partnerships for the Goals (SDG 17) - The collaborative effort between students, teachers, and staff to organize and participate in the Year-End Party exemplifies the importance of partnerships and teamwork in achieving common goals and fostering a positive school culture.