Nanay Rosa Day celebrated; UBLES Intramurals, Foundation Day held

The cheerdance competition is one of the highlights of the celebration. 

 

 

 

The University of Baguio Laboratory Elementary School (UBLES) celebrated the Nanay Rosa Day at the UB Gym last Sept. 4.

 

 

The Nanay Rosa Day is considered the grandest among all UBLES activities. Each year, UBLES marks the celebration by conducting the UBLES Intramurals and Foundation Day. Games, cheerdance competition, sports competitions, and food booths highlight the event. As the pupils engage in these activities, they learn discipline, teamwork, and patience, especially during practice sessions.

 

 

UBLES, one of the earliest departments to be established in UB, is the brainchild of Rosa “Nanay” Castillo - Bautista, one of the founders of UB.

 

 

This year, UBLES observed the laboratory elementary school’s 68th founding anniversary.

 

 

The commemoration of the school’s foundation day reminds the pupils of the school’s humble beginnings. It gives them the idea that the developments in the school which they are currently delighting in are the result of decades of hard work. – Alicia Viduya

 

 

Alicia Viduya is the activity coordinator of the UB Laboratory Elementary School.

 

 

Photos by Donald Rentiquiano and Rene Pascua/UB Media Affairs and Publications Office

 

 

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The Blue team performs during the cheerdance competition.

 

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The Yellow team battles it out in their number.

 

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Another team lets out a hurrah during their performance.

 

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The teams were clad in their respective costumes. Here, a team chose the fire element.

 

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The Mr. and Ms. UBLES also highlighted the celebration of the Nanay Rosa Day.

  

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The pageant title winners receive their certificates from UB president Engr. Javier Herminio Bautista (right)

and UBLES principal Dr. Aida Dapiawen (left).

 

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A mass opened the event.

 

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The UBLES mentors at the opening of the UBLES Intramurals

 

 

 

 

 

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