Academic Excellence and Exemplary Leadership Awards

The search for this school year 2009-2010 Academic Excellence and  Leadership Awards once again open through the support of our VP Noli De Castro and DepEd. The search is also co-sponsored by the Rotary clubs in Makati and Quezon City.

"Edukasyon Sagot sa hamon ng Kahirapan is this year theme which aim to achieve the following list of objectives

  1.  Recognize poor and deserving HS student that perform outstanding leadership while maintaining academic performance that resulted as model to others.
  2.  Encourage the student to give their best in doing public service.

The awards consisting 2 categories are open to all enrolled 4th year graduating public High School in the Philippines nationwide. The details of awards and mechanics including nomination form are included in this advisory.

All Education supervisors or coordinators handling the SG program and AP in the regional and division offices shall be the coordinators for the awards in their respective areas.

For queries, please call  DepEd CSCA Joey G. Pelaez at 02-631-8495.

For details of the Memorandum. please visit this link. This update happened through the effort of our friends in the call center industry that provide virtual assistant services, inbound customer services and outbound telemarketing.


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Speech Seminar for Teachers

50th Year Foundation Celebration of the Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts, University of the Philippines

50th Year Foundation Celebration of the Department of Speech Communication and Theater Arts, UP announces its 50th year foundation celebration on OCt 21-23 2009 at the Pulungang Claro M Recto at Bulwagang Rizal, UP, Diliman Quezon City with the theme" DSCTA: Consolidating Gains in the Present Millennium".

A series of events will be conducted including lectures, symposium, workshops, performances, an alumni ball and a national conference that will feature the latest research output and other inter-scholastic activities highlighting the accomplishments as well as areas of exploration in the fields of communicology and theater arts.

The participants are teachers of Speech or Oral Communication or its English subject counterpart (Public Speaking, Voice and Diction, Argumentation and Debate, Parliamentary Procedures, etc)

Registration fee is Php1,500 for certificates and handout. For more info please call Prof Antoinette B. Hernandez, Ph. D with tel 02-9624-8589 and 02-924-3224/

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Computer Sales for Teachers at SM Mall

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Batanes Movie

I will not earn in encouraging you to watch this movie.
What i like to inform every DepEd teachers is that the movie can be use for social studies and literature due to the place where it is made.



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National Handicraft Expo

2nd Asean Handicraft Promotion and Development Association International Arts and Crafts Expo and International Conference on Business Opportunities for Natural Fibers

will be conducted on Oct 26-28, 2009 at the Philippine Trade Training Center in Pasay City. This has been organized by a Philippine Committed from the Dept of Agriculture and AHPADA with the DTI, DFA, PTA, NCCA and Dept of Finance, DOTC and Duty Free Philippines

The expo aims to promote and bring about greater awareness of the importance of arts and crafts in a country's cultural roos and economic development. Provide traditional and online marketing opportunities for artists , craftpeople and producers. Nurture a spirit of cooperation and sharing between among participants.

For more info: c393-75580/832-0996 or email ahpadaexpo@yahoo.com or visit the site www.ahpadaexpo.com. Online marketing opportunities of your product please contact the webmaster of this blog by leaving comment and your email or cell number. This is published through the effort of online virtual assistant services in the Philippines.


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List of Non-Passers in the Principal Examination

The list of Principal who passed the Qualifying Examination are listed here last week.
For examinees who did not passed the said examination, you can visit the link here.

List of Non-Passers in the NQEP

Note: This list shall not be used for any purposes except solely for the perusal of concerned test takers

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National School Press Conference Result 2009

DepEd Memo 339 s. 2009

Result of the Individual and group contests during the National School Press Conference (NSPC) Sy 2008 - 2009

The DepEd through BSE and BEE hereby announce the results of the National Press Conference for SY 2008 - 2009 held on Feb 14-21 in Naga City Region V. This year theme is Climate Change: A Call for Responsible Campus Journalism".

This DepED Activity brought about 4,500 campus journalists their school paper advisers, division and regional supervisors and staff in central office. The DepEd congratulate the winners and acknowledges the support of Region V DepEd officials, teachers, student and public local officials in the City of Naga Region V.

Top overall winner of the event




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Australia Donate Training Center in Central Visayas

The Australian government has turned over to DepEd the Training and Development Center in Region VII based in Cebu City. The center will provide professional development for educational leaders, teachers and non-teaching staff.

The Learning Resource Management and Development System (LRMD) portal and Basic Education Information System (BEIS) are funded by the Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID). These initiatives fall under the Stage 2 of Strengthening the Implementation of Basic Education in Selected Provinces in the Visayas (STRIVE) Project.

The LRMD contains lesson guides, interactive teaching materials and professional development materials while the BEIS is a system to enhance decision -making and optimize allocation of resources for school school officials.

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UTAH Scientist Creates Lesbian Worm

Through altering a brain's gene in a female worm, UTAH based scientists were able to change its sexual orientation so that it will be attracted to other females. Scientists activated the gene that makes male structures develop in the body.

The result was a female worm that act and think like boys. The study supports the idea that sexual orientation is the result of the brain’s wiring. They suggests that "sexual behavior is encoded in our genes.”

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PHILHEALTH in Danger of Closing?

PHILHEALTH, the Government owned company is in danger of going bankruptcy for the next 7 years unless the government pays the P19.2 billion contribution of all government agency. While the government automatically deduct contribution for Phil Health from the salary of the public employees, it is not remitting in part or whole causing trouble in the funds of the agency.

Sen. Loren Legarda made this assessment Wednesday after a hearing on the measure calling for mandatory universal health care coverage.She said Philhealth officials themselves informed her that the country’s public health care company is in danger of insolvency because the DBM is not paying its debt for the past 8 years while some politicians are using the agency is giving free medical benefits specially during campaign period.

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Finalist of the Metrobank’s Outstanding Teachers for 2009

Finalist of the Metrobank’s Outstanding Teachers for 2009
  1. Dr. Alvin Culaba of De La Salle University-Manila;
  2. Dr. Ramon Del Fierro of the University of San Carlos in Cebu City;
  3. Dr. Dina Joana Ocampo of the University of the Philippines-Diliman; and
  4. Dr. Emma Porio of Ateneo de Manila University.

The national finalists for the secondary level are:
  1. Shena Faith Ganela of Philippine Science HS -Western Visayas in Iloilo City;
  2. Manuel Magno of Bernardo D. Carpio National HS in Davao City;
  3. Estrella Pacis of Mariano Marcos State University-Laboratory HS in Laoag City;
  4. Rochelle Papasin of Philippine Science HS-Southern Mindanao Campus in Davao City;
  5. Zoilo Pinongcos, Jr, of Leganes National HSin Leganes, Iloilo;
  6. Ma. Petra Romualdo of Minapan HSin Tulunan, Cotabato;
  7. Susan Unde of Iligan City East HSin Iligan City; and
  8. Esmeralda Ugaddan of Cagayan National HSin Tuguegarao City.
The national finalists for the elementary level are:
  1. Nancy Aquino of Mlang Pilot Elementary School in Mlang, Cotabato;
  2. Eemma Cortez of DasmariƱas Elementary School in DasmariƱas, Cavite;
  3. Jonathan Glorial of West Visayas SU Integrated Laboratory School in Iloilo City;
  4. Jocelyn Hedriana of Pres. Manuel A. Roxas Memorial School South in Roxas City;
  5. Eva Imingan of Nellie E. Brown Elementary School in Olongapo City;
  6. Benjamin Martinez of San Sebastian Elementary School in Tarlac City;
  7. Lourdes Matan of Mag-Ubay Elementary School in Calbayog City; and
  8. Salve Romero of Calabanga West Central in Calabanga, Camarines Sur.

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Moral Lesson Integration in the Curriculum

DepEd revitalize its Good Moral Integration Program by focusing the Edukasyong Pangtao curriculum to the emotional quotient of the learners while strengthening the teaching of our cultural heritage.


The DepEd Secretary we are now revising the elementary curriculum with the integration of social emotional learning (SEL) in the subject Edukasyong Pantao. After the series of lesson, the student are expected to show signs of self-awareness, self- management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making.


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Tree Planting as Tribute to Cory

Days after the longest funeral(in Philippines historty) of Former President Corazon Aquino, City of Tagum Mayor Rey Uy, Vice mayor Allan Rellon together with city counselors and its city employees conducted a tree planting at Tagum City Energy Park Barangay Apokon, as tribute to the late President Corazon Aquino known as the icon of Philippines democracy.

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Philippines International Mathematics Competition 2009

The Mathematics Trainers Guild of the Philippines will host the 2009 Asia Inter Cities Teenagers Mathematics Olympia and the 2009 Philippines Elementary Mathematics International Contest dubbed as the Philippine International Mathematics Competitions 2009 to be held from Nov 28 to Dec 2 2009 in Iloilo City

Participants of these competition are students, coaches,math educators and parents from 30 countries in ASIA, AFRICA, North America, Australia and Europe.

Alongside with these event, regional and national Mathematics contests based on international rules will be conducted for Mathematics gifted local public and private schools students who have never experience joining international Mathematics competitions.

For more info on venue and guidelines of the contest contact Mr Simo Chua at philsimc@yahoo.com or 0917-3246302.

DepEd Memo 338, S.2009
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Awarding of Top Achievers in the National Achievement Test

Awarding of Top Achievers in the National Achievement Test

The Department of Education through the National Education Testing and Research Center shall hold an awarding ceremony cum press conference dubbed as "Moving Towards Excellence thru the National Achievement Test (NAT)". The date and venue is to be announced. All regional Directors, division Superintendent and Principals of recipients schools are requested to attend on the said activity.

Expenses from provinces shall be charged to local funds.

DepEd Memo 344 S.2009



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Executive Management Training Program for Principals and Supervisors

DepEd Advisory No. 185 s2009

Premium Executive Management Training Program for Principals and Supervisors for Large Scale Improvement in Education

The AimSkills World Management Training Center will hold a seminar workshop on Premium Executive Management Training Program for Principals and Supervisors for Large Scale Improvement in Education in 3 batches to held in Hotel Supreme, Baguio City on the following dates.

1st batch Sept 24-26
2nd batch Oct 1- 3,
3rd batch Oct 8 - 10

The seminar is aim to lead school leaders improve their own executive career potential for highest performance and multi-promotion potential. Assess school leader's strongest leadership skills in managing improved instructional practice in order to fuel academic excellence.

Participants are supervisors and principals of public and private schools. P7500 is required for registration. For more info:0919-803-6841 or call Ms Edna at 0929-169-1808

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Logo Design Contest

5th National Biotechnology Week Logo Design Contest

The DOST, DOA, DEPED, DENR, DILG, DOH and DTI and their partner agencies will lead in celebrating the 5th National Biotechnology Week on Nov 23-29 in cooperation with the Nido Fortified Science Discovery Center and SM Mall of Asia.

The theme of the Celebration is Bioteknolohiya para sa Kalikasan, Kalisugan, Kagandahan, Kabuhayan at Kaunlaran".

In line with this the DOST and Philippine Nuclear Research Institute will conduct the BNW Logo Design COntest. Participants must come up with a Logo symbolizing the applications and benefits of Biotechnology, highlighting the theme of the celebration

The contest is open to all Filipino Citizen, individual or group may submit as many entries as possible.

Please email cpfeliciano@pnri.dost.gov.ph for mechanics and details
DepED advisory no. 186



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Outbound Call Center

Outbound call centers are usually third party companies tasked with the process of calling and negotiate customer calls on behalf of clients who availed of the service- Hence outbound call centers. To name a few, outbound call center services can include: telemarketing, technical support, virtual assistants, marketing campaigns, product support, bills and whole lot more.

Usually the acquisition of these services comes fast and convenient as Outbound call center software are used and Business Process Outsourcing Firms (BPOs) have equally competent outbound call center agents standing by to take customer calls.

BPOs hired for the service are usually inept as both inbound / outbound call centers or do one exclusive of the following services with outbound call center jobs based on outbound call center metrics where agents are carefully monitored for calls (cost per call), projects completed and quota managed. Outbound call center managers are the ones responsible for the conduct and proceedings of agents in the work field. Inbound/ outbound call centers are based on the ordeal of largely personal customer service. Outbound call center management is ideally on a strict- for-compliance method for every agent so as to give total customer satisfaction.

Outbound call center technology is a new development in the industry so as to free up companies of the burden of acquiring more sophisticated equipment to take care of their customers. Outbound call center outsourcing is now the biggest trend the world over as more and more companies cannot focus purely on the marketing and customer service side of the industry and needs help in meeting their customer’s demands for a more upkeep and total personal customer service.


This post is an essay submitted by a high school student organized by Philippines call center located in Cebu City. This activity is done for the purpose of information awareness among student the possibility of working in call center in near future and that their English as well as ICT skills training is being emphasize.

NEAP Trained Thousand Principals

The (NEAP) National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP) spent P55.18M last year for education development planning training last year.

They also include the school administrator for topics like record keeping, leadership, instructional leadership, school development planning and management practices.

DepED contracted the AIM or Asian Institute of Management requesting the school to offer the Management Development Program for superintendents and Basic Business Development Program for principals.

Recently, The Education Secretary is asking thousands of school leaders and officials to invest in their professional and career development since the educational issues and trends nowadays are can not be solve by the old and traditional way. The information superhighway alone are too broad and to fast is development.

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Queen Elizabeth Message to Cory

The England's reigning Queen of the British monarch joined people in the Philippines and all over the world in mourning the death of former President Corazon Aquino.

In a message, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II said, "I am saddened to hear of the death of Corazon 'Cory' Aquino the former President of the Republic of the Philippines.

She signed the message as "Elizabeth R."

Goodbye Tita Cory

Corazon C. Aquino in Yellow

I was high school until first year college in her time as president. What i remember to her that time are the messages she deliver every time there are Kudeta. After Ramos, Erap and Gloria, now I understand most why she is number 1 among the national leader.

Now i will remember her not only icon of democracy and unity but also the symbol of peace and forgiveness.

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Top 10 2009 NEAP Passers

The Department of Education through the National Educators Academy of the Philippines (NEAP)announces the release of the Results of the 2009 National Qualifying Examination for Principals which is simultaneously administered in 14 regions across the country on May 17, 2009.




The passing rate is placed at 90 percentile based on the total standard scores obtained by the examinees in all performance areas covered by the examination.

For letter A and some B please click the Principal Examination results here.
For the list of name under letter B to G please click the NEAP Results here.
For the list of name under letter G to P just search below.
Continuation of list from P until letter z. click the 2009 NEAT results here

Nine performance areas or leadership experience dimensions of schools heads include:

a. school Leadership
b. Instructional Leadership
c. Creating a student centered learning climate
d. Professional Human Resource Development
e. Parent Involvement and Building community
f. School management and Daily Operations
g. Personal Integrity and Interpersonal Sensitivity
h. English language proficiency and
i. Reading comprehension

Given the passing rate of 90% only 693 test takers hurdled in the said examination representing 10% of the total 69324 aspirants.

DepED Memo 322 s.2009
The Top 10 passers of the 2009 NEAT are
1. Hugo Emmanuel P R9 99.99
2. Broso Aser B RV 99.99
3. Marzan Alam IV B 99.97
4. Sanchez, Christine I 99.96
5. Catequista, Marilyn E XII 99.93
7. Rivera, Carlito V II 99.91
8. Garcia Joey III 99.90
9. Boado, Jan I 99.88
10. Estipona Aldrin V 99.87

For further inquiries please dial 02-635-47-96


307 GONZALGO, DANILO G.
REGION V
308 GOTUAL JR, POLICARPIO P.
REGION VII
309 GRAGEDA, ALDRIN O.
REGION V
310 GUALVEZ, MOISES C.
REGION V
311 GUERRERO, JOVEN N.
REGION XII
312 GUEVARA, JULIETA S.
NCR
313 GUEVARRA, ANGELITO C.
REGION III
314 GUTIERREZ, CRISPINO G.
REGION III
315 GUTING, SERGIO P.
REGION II
316 GUZMAN, MILAGROS S.
REGION II
317 HERANA, NESTOR C.
REGION I
318 HERMENEGILDO, GRACE S.
REGION II
319 HILADO, SHEILA A.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
320 HOBAYAN, EMELYN C.
REGION I
321 HORA, REGINA M.
REGION VII
322 HUGO, EMMANUEL P.
REGION XI
323 IGNACIO, VICTORIA V.
REGION III
324 ILAN, CELESTE E.
REGION V
325 ILUMIN, LOLITA B.
REGION I
326 ILUSTRE, THELMA P.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
327 INES, REMEDIOS A.
REGION II
328 ISMULA, NIHMA N.
REGION IX
329 ISORENA, EDNA L.
NCR
330 JAMES, BARBARA C.
REGION I
331 JARABESE, RENATO M.
NCR
332 JATICO, ALTERNA S.
REGION XI
333 JIMENO, FE S.
REGION I
334 JOHANSSON, MIGUELA H.
REGION III
335 JOSE, ELISA E.
REGION II
336 JOSE, LEONILA D.
REGION II
337 JOVEN, GLORY T.
REGION I
338 JUAN, PRECY G.
REGION II
339 JULARBAL, GRACE L.
REGION I
340 JUNIO, MA CONCEPCION B.
REGION I
341 JURADA, ROGELIO D.
REGION XI
342 JURIA, MINERVA A.
REGION V
343 LABURADA, VICENTE JR C.
REGION XI
344 LADISLA, TERESITA G.
REGION V
345 LAGADON, MARIBEL L.
REGION II
346 LAGRIMAS, SUSAN J.
REGION V
347 LANGIT, NICANOR L.
REGION I
348 LANOY, NILO C.
REGION VII
349 LAOYAN, ANGELITA A.
CAR
350 LAPITAN, DAISY D.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
351 LARIOSA JR, ROSALIO S.
CARAGA
352 LASTIMOSA, LEONORA M.
REGION VII
353 LAUIGAN, LEONORA R.
NCR
354 LAWAGAN, AGUSTIN B.
CAR
355 LAYAGAN, RAUL A.
REGION V
356 LAZO, ARTEMIO L.
CAR
357 LEON, CAROLYN Y.
CAR

358 LEONOR, TE RSITA C.
REGION VIII
359 LIBO-ON, ELIZABETH C.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
360 LIBUNAO, ADELA C.
REGION I
361 LICONG, REMEDIOS B.
NCR
362 LINAZA, DANNY P.
CARAGA
363 LINO, ALEXANDER L.
REGION I
364 LISTANO, ANA G.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
365 LLARENAS, PERLITA S.
REGION I
366 LOCABA, JESUS V.
REGION V
367 LOMBO, CONCORDIA A.
REGION II
368 LOPE, REINA D.
NCR
369 LOPOS, MA DULCE ALMA A.
REGION VII
370 LOZADA, MARILOU B.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
371 LUMAPAY, DESIDERIA I.
REGION VII
372 LURCHA, MA BELEN Q.
REGION V
373 LUSICA, ANNABEL P.
REGION VII
374 LUZANO, TITA B.
REGION VII
375 LUZENTALES, DOMINGO T.
REGION V
376 MACARAEG, JOSIE M.
REGION I
377 MACHETE, LUZMINDA G.
REGION VII
378 MACUA, OSCAR B.
CARAGA
379 MADERAZO, VICTOR EMMANUEL C.
REGION V
380 MADOLORA, JUANITO P.
REGION II
381 MADRIAGA, ERLITO B.
REGION II
382 MADRIAGA, JUDY R.
REGION V
383 MADRINAN, HAYDEE L.
REGION IV - PUERTO PRINCESA
384 MADRONA, NELIA N.
REGION XI
385 MADRONIO, MELVIE A.
REGION II
386 MAGO JR, ELMER S.
REGION V
387 MALACAS JR, ROMEO M.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
388 MALANTA, AIDA P.
CAR
389 MALAPITAN, HERMINIGILDA B.
REGION VII
390 MALIKSE, YOLANDA C.
REGION XI
391 MALINAO, LALAINE D.
REGION V
392 MALLAPRE, BELINDA H.
REGION V
393 MALLORCA, MARION A.
NCR
394 MALLORCA, ROMEL F.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
395 MAMARIL, JULIET R.
CAR
396 MANALO, REYNALDO A.
REGION III
397 MANANSALA, DONATA M.
REGION III
398 MANANSALA, LEONARDA J.
REGION I
399 MANDIN, PATRICIA J.
REGION VII
400 MANGAY-AT, ROSA FLOR S.
REGION I
401 MANILA, MARISA P.
REGION I
402 MARABAYLES, ALLAN D.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
403 MARBIDA, CAROLINA L.
REGION V
404 MARCELINO, RIZALINA M.
REGION III
405 MARCOJOS, AMELIA R.
REGION XI
406 MARCOS, YOLANDA J.
REGION II
407 MARGATE, JOY A.
REGION V
408 MARIMON, JOSEPH ALDWIN R.
REGION VII

409 MARINAS, MELINDA F.
REGION I
410 MARQUEZ, ELVIRA O.
REGION II
411 MARQUEZ, LEAH A.
CAR
412 MARTIN, BHEDE B.
CAR
413 MARTIN, JESUSA D.
REGION II
414 MARZAN, ALMA B.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
415 MASUBAY, ALICIA F.
NCR
416 MATA, MARITES V.
REGION III
417 MATEO, CORAZON T.
REGION II
418 MATUBA, VENUS .
REGION V
419 MATUBANG, EDNA B.
REGION V
420 MAURICIO, BABYSO B.
REGION II
421 MAYMAYA, ESTELITA M.
CAR
422 MAYO, ELSIE V.
REGION I
423 MAYOS, MATEO JR L.
CAR
424 MEMBRERE, AUREA D.
CAR
425 MENDIZABAL, NOEL B.
REGION V
426 MENOR, LILIBETH S.
REGION I
427 MI-ING, MEYA M.
CAR
428 MILLANA, GINA A.
REGION XI
429 MIQUE, EMERENCIANA A.
REGION I
430 MIRANDA, ANTONIO P.
NCR
431 MIRANDA, LORNA V.
REGION I
432 MOJICO, RUPERTO M.
REGION V
433 MOLTIO, JOSIE D.
CAR
434 MONEVA, MARILOU Q.
REGION VII
435 MONSERATE, EDUARDO S.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
436 MONSERATE, EGILDA A.
REGION V
437 MONTE, GLENN M.
REGION V
438 MORADA, MA LUISA B.
REGION V
439 MORALES, JOSEFINA T.
REGION I
440 MORALES, WILMAR R.
REGION XI
441 MORANTE, DANILO R.
REGION XII
442 MORES, JUNALINE J.
CARAGA
443 MUJAR, ELIZER P.
REGION V
444 MURALLA, MARIA CARMEN S.
REGION III
445 MUSA, NENGKON S.
REGION XII
446 MUTIA, JESIEL A.
REGION XII
447 NABUA, EDNA B.
REGION X
448 NACIONAL, ELLEN Q.
REGION VIII
449 NAGTALON, REGINA GENELIN C.
REGION I
450 NALLEB, AUREA M.
REGION II
451 NAQUINES, MARIA JOJIE P.
REGION IX
452 NAUNGAYAN, CONCEPCION A.
REGION I
453 NAVIO, ROSALIE C.
REGION XII
454 NAZARENO, DEMOCRITO M.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
455 NIADAS, JOSE EDWIN M.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
456 NICOLAS, RAFAEL IRWIN G.
REGION I
457 NIDEA, CECILIA C.
REGION V
458 NIEMO, LINA F.
REGION V
459 NILLO, WILFREDO C.
NCR

460 NOBLEZA, LENY B.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
461 NUESTRO, MONA LIZA M.
REGION II
462 OAMIL, JOENE G.
REGION XII
463 OBILLO, GERONIMO JR T.
REGION I
464 OCAMPO, JOCELYN G.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
465 OH, LIEZL B.
REGION V
466 OLARVE, GEMMA M.
REGION V
467 OLASIMAN, JOSE A.
REGION XI
468 OMBE, CELY P.
REGION IV - PUERTO PRINCESA
469 ONIL, MAXIMA S.
CAR
470 ONTANGCO, ROWENA S.
NCR
471 OPRIN, LILIA S.
NCR
472 ORACION, ROLEN R.
REGION I
473 ORACOY, ANA LEE N.
REGION XII
474 ORDAS, GENEVEIVE B.
REGION V
475 ORDINARIO, HERMINIA M.
REGION I
476 ORDOVEZ, ELENITA S.
NCR
477 ORGAYA, ABNER F.
REGION V
478 OTERO, NELITA S.
REGION VII
479 OTICO, ANABEL V.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
480 PAALISBO, RAMELITA J.
REGION IX
481 PABLITO, NORMAN A.
CAR
482 PABLO, CORAZON L.
CAR
483 PACHICA, TESA JOY B.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
484 PACOT, JOSEPHINE C.
REGION VII
485 PACRIS, ADELINO M.
REGION II
486 PACULANANG, WENDIL B.
REGION VII
487 PADIWAN, MARITES A.
REGION I
488 PADUA, FELICITAS L.
REGION II
489 PAGAOA, MERCEDITA I.
REGION II
490 PAGARIGAN, EVANGELINE M.
REGION II
491 PAGLINAWAN, MARIEL L.
REGION V
492 PAGULA, DELA PAZ G.
CARAGA
493 PAGULAYAN, JOHNNY U.
REGION II
494 PAGURAYAN, OLIVIA L.
NCR
495 PAGUYO, ZORAYDA S.
REGION I
496 PALACIO, RAMIL C.
REGION V
497 PALANAS, DARCY A.
REGION VIII
498 PALERMO, MARY ANN B.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
499 PALLADO, CHERRY S.
REGION XII
500 PALMA JR, BERNABE H.
REGION XII
501 PALTAO, HERBERT D.
REGION III
502 PAMPOSA, SHARLYNN P.
REGION VI - ILOILO CITY
503 PANAGSAGAN, GINA G.
REGION VI - BACOLOD CITY
504 PANOGAN, RIGA G.
REGION IV - CALAPAN
505 PARAS, JEROME S.
REGION I
506 PARAYNO, MARIO E.
REGION I
507 PAREL, DORNA P.
REGION II
508 PARQUEZ, EVA P.
REGION III
509 PARRENO, MARILYN D.
REGION IX
510 PASCUAL, LILIA TACIANA S.
REGION I

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