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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Region I
SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE I PANGASINAN
Lingayen
DISTRICT OF BOLINAO
TUPA INTEGRATED SCHOOL

NARRATIVE ON UNITED NATIONS CELEBRATION

The United Nations (UN) will be celebrating its 70th foundation anniversary this
October 24. October of every year is known all over the world as UN month. This is also
being celebrated in the Philippines, especially at the elementary and secondary levels. The
Philippines, it can be recalled, is one of the original 51 UN member-states.

In relation to that, the UN has designated 2015 as “International Year of


Soils” with the theme “Healthy Soils for a Healthy Life.”

Meanwhile, the Department of Education (DepEd) noted in an advisory that IYS


2015 will be observed with the following goals in mind:
1) Raise full awareness among civil society and decision makers about the profound
importance of soil for human life;
2) Educate the public about the crucial role that soil plays in food security, climate change
adaptation and mitigation, essential ecosystem services, poverty alleviation and sustainable
development; and
3) Promote investment in sustainable soil management activities to develop and advocate
for rapid capacity enhancement for soil information collection and monitoring at the global,
regional, and national levels.
On November 6, 2015 we joined of the activity of UN CELEBRATION 2015. In
connection to this celebration many activities were done. The program started with pageant,
easy writing poster and slogan making.

Sgd. JANEGN IMEE N. NICANOR


Araling Panlipunan Coordinator Sec

Sgd.JONATHAN R. ESTRADA
Principal I
PAGEANT
PARADE
POSTER

SLOGAN
Republic of the Philippines
Department of Education
Region I
SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE I PANGASINAN
Lingayen
DISTRICT OF BOLINAO
TUPA INTEGRATED SCHOOL

NARRATIVE ON GREENING PROJECT


(TREE-PLANTING, TREE-GROWING, TREE-CARING)

According to the environmental protection agencies, planting trees is a must


if we want to save our planet. Trees beauty our environment but their lie beyond
the aesthetics remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, increase biodiversity in
our environment, and prevent soil erosion as well as provide shade and lower the
atmospheric temperature.

Pursuant to section 2.6 of Executive Order (E.O) No. 23 and No. 26, both
series of 2011, the Tupa Integrated School Spearheaded by the SSG Adviser and
SSG Officers conducted a school-based greening project on July 27-28, 2015.

Sgd. JANEGN IMEE N. NICANOR


Araling Panlipunan Coordinator Sec

Sgd.JONATHAN R. ESTRADA
Principal
PICTORIALS