CAMARINES NORTE STATE COLLEGE
College of Education
DR. JOSE R. ABANO, SR. CAMPUS
Daet, Camarines Norte
August 22-25, 2012
The intramural program is a recreational, non-competitive league for boys and girls from first year to fourth year high school students. In order of importance, the intramural programs' objectives are fun, sportsmanship, individual technique and team play. Winning is not a priority--there are no won/loss records, no standings, no playoffs.
Intramural activities offer students basic instruction in motor skills, as well as sports and recreational activities. They are generally less competitive than extramural or cross-school events. A strong recreational program should include not only training in motor development and knowledge necessary to support an active, productive, and healthy quality of life, but also sport and recreational opportunities so that skills can be practiced and reinforced. Intramural programs as part of the school program ensure that all children are provided opportunity to participate regardless of athletic skills or abilities, to learn an energetic approach to life. Intramural experiences can contribute to their enjoyment of leisure and maintain a style of living that is health promoting.
This year, the Sports Club of the CNSC Laboratory High School is aimed to identify players that are competitive in different sports event during the Palarong Panlalawigan which is tentatively scheduled on September 2012.
The promotion of mass participation in sports from the grassroots level throughout the school. 2.
The promotion of keen and healthy competition amongst the competitors under an atmosphere of sportsmanship and friendly interaction with a view to enhancing and strengthening unity. 3.
Identification of talents for further development.
The provision of opportunities for hosting organization to acquire and upgrade sports facilities....
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