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BNHS ALLIANCE OF MATHEMATICS STUDENTS

SY 2015 - 2016

Gulayan sa Paaralan: A Call to Food Sufficiency

BAMS OFFICERS
SY 2015 - 2016

(A Narrative Report Gulayan sa Paaralan of the


BAMS and the Mathematics Department)

Luijoy B. Quemquem
President
Kenneth G. Sabado
Vice-President
Czia Gmynette T.
Ruguian
Secretary
Christian Clifford D.
Rivera
Treasurer

The health and nutrition of our students is a crucial factor


affecting their academic performance. By making food more accessible to
a larger number of families, we can better ensure the success of our
students.
-Jesli Lapus

Elle Jay O. Ulit


Auditor

Former Education Secretary

April Joy S. Caluya


Public Information
Officer
Kent Ashley S. Pitpit
Business Manager
Lyra G. Dela Cruz
Aaron Gabrielle M.
Gajeton
Peace Officers
Argee C. Bariuan
Grade 7 Representative
Roselle M. Layaoen
Grade 8 Representative
Zian Alejandro E.
Abaton
Grade 9 Representative
Jarone Cedrick C.
Dumlao
Grade 10
Representative
Mary Joyce B. Austria
Joe Jayson Caletena
Antonia S. Gabriel
Wiljim G. Galimba
Jeniffer C. Mamotos
Honeylet A. Siazon
Bryan P. Sudsudan
Advisers

One of the thrusts of the Department of Education (DepEd) is to


strengthen and intensify the implementation of the Gulayan sa Paaralan
in all public secondary schools to serve as food basket and have a ready
source of vegetables. According to the report of the Nutrition and Health
Council, hunger and malnutrition are two main problems that really affect
families or household in the country due to lack of food to eat or money
to buy food. Meanwhile, our government is now strengthening the
implementation of school community food production under this
program which shall be tied up with other concern agencies that seeks
to;

establish school gardens to serve as the food basket/main source

to sustain supplementary feeding.


intensify the production and consumption of vegetables and fruits
showcase small-scale food production models in schools for the
household to replicate purposely to promote family and food

security.
inculcate among the students the values of good health and
nutrition, industry, love of labor and caring for others.

Ditas G. Domingo
School Principal IV

Ignorance of Mathematics makes a man handicapped.

BNHS ALLIANCE OF MATHEMATICS STUDENTS


SY 2015 - 2016
The Gulayan sa Paaralan Project of the BAMS was implemented
BAMS OFFICERS
SY 2015 - 2016
Luijoy B. Quemquem
President
Kenneth G. Sabado
Vice-President
Czia Gmynette T.
Ruguian
Secretary
Christian Clifford D.
Rivera
Treasurer
Elle Jay O. Ulit
Auditor

beside the THE Building with ample and limited areas using the organic
gardening technologies like bio-intensive gardening. The said site was
provided with gardening tools and vegetable seedlings. The BAMS
Officers and members including Mathematics teachers, and Grade 10
Sapphire students as part of their moral obligation spearheaded in the
implementation of this program, Gulayan sa Paaralan Project.
Planted

vegetables

were

upo,

amplaya

and

okra.

The

harvested vegetables were cooked and given to the members of the club
who were reported as malnourished.

April Joy S. Caluya


Public Information
Officer
Kent Ashley S. Pitpit
Business Manager
Lyra G. Dela Cruz
Aaron Gabrielle M.
Gajeton
Peace Officers
Argee C. Bariuan
Grade 7 Representative
Roselle M. Layaoen
Grade 8 Representative
Zian Alejandro E.
Abaton
Grade 9 Representative
Jarone Cedrick C.
Dumlao
Grade 10
Representative
Mary Joyce B. Austria
Joe Jayson Caletena
Antonia S. Gabriel
Wiljim G. Galimba
Jeniffer C. Mamotos
Honeylet A. Siazon
Bryan P. Sudsudan
Advisers
Ditas G. Domingo
School Principal IV

Ignorance of Mathematics makes a man handicapped.