Rafael Theodore Tarongoy
Feb 18– With presentations from different grade levels and selected clubs, learners from the Elementary and Junior High School Unit virtually celebrated the Bible Week.
The event was a showcase of the learners knowledge on the Bible through their talents and creativity: the Elementary learners flexed their poster making outputs, the Grade Seven learners delivered a parable, the Grade Eight learners shared Bible Trivia and donned their costumes in the “Saints Look-alike” segment, the Grade Nine students participated in Extemporaneous Speech and the Grade 10 learners presented a “Character Portrayal” of some Bible Characters.
“I was really amazed at the poster showcased by the learners. Indeed, they have improved a lot,” said the Filipino Area Supervisor, Ms Marilou Bustamante.
The celebration was also both entertaining and meaningful with Club Recitals: an intermission number from the Hymnus Club and the Campus Journalism Club and a drama presentation about the Creation from the Liturgical Servers.
“We learned a lot after the event and had fun at the same time. I realized that this should always be celebrated to bring us together to read our favorite verses and share personal interpretations with the world. With that, I can say that this program ended successfully,” said a Grade Six Learner, Jenelle Suba-an.
This year’s Bible Week theme, “God Heals a Suffering World” is a reminder that God saves in the midst of all the suffering brought by the pandemic and wars.