Election 2013

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A.Events/Contest| Inclusive dates| Scope/Level| Rank| Points| >Speech choir>Choir presentationBuwan ng Wika>Essay contests(Buwan ng wika,Nutrition month,Teacher’s month,English month)>letter linx contest>laro ng lahi>Nutrition Month| 201020112011-2012January 2012January 20102009| 2nd yr.3rd yr.3rd yr.3rd yr.1st yr.1st yr.| >2nd place>1st place>9th place 5th place>5th place>2nd place>3rd place| | C.(Seminar/Workshops)Trainings| Inclusive dates| Scope/Level| Points| >Leadership Training Seminar>Training of aspirant leaders>2012 SPC National Student Leadership Congress,Pasig>Regional Peer Facilitators’ Seminar>Guidance Pere CounsellingSeminar| June 30-July 1,2011March-April 2012April 10-15,2012November 28,2012November 2012| 3rd yr.Incoming 4th yr.Incoming 4th yr.4th yr.4th yr.| |

B.Club| Position| Points|
>Pere Helper Association>Histopuneros>Kalasag| TreasurerP.R.O| | Name:Janine Mae T. Lasam Section:IV-Mere Barbe Foucauld

Manuel L. Quezon, Declaration of Filipino as the national language, Malacañan Palace| Sergio Osmeña, First Philippine Assembly,Leyte Landing|
Manuel A. Roxas, Old BSP building inIntramuros, Manila, Inauguration of the Third Philippine Republic| Diosdado P. Macapagal, EDSA People Power 2001, Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite,Barasoain Church in Malolos, Bulacan| Corazon C. Aquino, Benigno S. Aquino, Jr.,EDSA People Power I, Benigno Aquino monument in Makati City| José Abad Santos, Vicente Lim, Josefa Llanes Escoda; Centennial celebration ofPhilippine independence; Medal of Honor, which was awarded to Abad Santos, Lim, and Escoda|

1. embossed prints
2. serial number (in variable sized figures)
3. security fibers
4. watermark
5. see-through mark ("Pilipino" spelled in Baybayin, letters, used before the arrival of the Spanish.) 6. concealed value
7. security thread
8. optically variable device (only on 500 and 1000 peso notes) 20 Peso
The front or obverse shows President Manuel L. Quezon (1878-1940), president of the Philippine Commonwealth from 1935 until 1944, and considered the Father of the National Language. This note, like the previous 20 Peso note, commemorates the declaration of Filipino as the National Language in 1935. The Malacañan, the Philippine presidential palace, has moved to the front. *On the back or reverse, you'll find the Banaue Rice Terraces and a Palm civet, and a woven design from the Cordilleras. The Banaue Rice Terraces have been carved into the Cordilleras mountains in central Luzon by Ifugao tribesmen over thousands of years with very limited means. The palm civet (Paradoxurus hermaphroditus philippinensis) is an indigenous animal in the Philippines, and curiously related to the most expensive coffee in the world, the coffee alamid, which is made from coffee beans eaten and partly digested by palm civets, and collected from their droppings. 50 Peso

The front shows President Sergio Osmeña (1878-1961), was President of the Philippines from 1944 to 1946. He had already become a member of the assembly in 1907, at the age of 29. He was also present with the 1944 landing of General Douglas McArthur in 1944. The "Leyte Landing" monument on Palo beach, Leyte, that commemorates this event is also shown here. *The back displays Taal Lake and the giant trevally, and embroidery design from Batangas. Taal Lake is the deepest freshwater lake in the country. Taal volcano, an island in the middle of this lake is one of the worlds smallest volcano's, and is still regularly active. The giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis) is a fish that only lives in the water of Taal Lake. It is locally known as Maliputo, and considered highly delicious. 100 Peso

President Manuel A. Roxas (1892-1948) is honored on the front of the 100 Peso note. He was the first president of the Philippines after independence, and died in...
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