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SJES YOUNG JOURNALIST bags awards in the DSPC 2023

Anybody can be a Journalist. There are opportunities for all of us to contribute to stories.

– Susan E. McGregor

Campus Journalism allows our young journalists to share their thoughts, hone their skills, and give insights into certain issues. It is a good opportunity for our learners to enhance their communication skills and showcase their crafts in the different categories. Pursuant to Republic Act (RA) No. 7079, also known as the Campus Jouranalism Act of 1991, the City of San Juan conducted the Division Schools Press Conference 2023 last May 30, 2023, at Pinaglabanan Elementary School with the theme “From Campus Journalism to Real-world Journalism: Shaping Minds from Schools to Societies." Many issues were emphasized in each category, and it is up to our young journalists to deliver their views and insights on the said topics. This event served as perfect platform for our SJES Young Journalists to have a glimpse of the real world where they can tell their stories without fear of judgment.

SJES Young Journalists with their SPA advisers Ma’am Maricar Hinampas (Filipino) and Ma’am Carmela Agdalpen (English) before the DSPC 2023.

On the second day of the event came the awarding ceremony where San Juan Elementary School took pride as it bagged various awards from the DSPC 2023 contests as seen below:

The First Placers of the DSPC 2023 will represent the City of San Juan in the Regional Press Conference 2023. Indeed, it can be said that SJES pupils excel in both the academics and co-curricular activities.

Set your heart ablaze and keep soaring, mga Batang Central!

Janna Yohan Azur (1st Placer) and GJ Jeremias Famero ( 1st Placer) with the SPA advisers and trainors.

Article Written by:

Lovely M. Gidayawan

Teacher III - San Juan Elementary School


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