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Monday, April 21, 2014

Green Meadow students win major honors at Math Court

Green Meadow School president Mila Merjilla joins coach Liza Quiambao and teachers of winning students at the Math Court competition held at Koblerville Elementary School on Feb. 2, 2013. (Contributed Photo) Competing students from Green Meadow School were once again victorious at the Math Court competition held on Feb. 2, 2013, at Koblerville Elementary School. Kindergarten pupil Chealzka Navarro won first place in her category. First graders Kriselle Drilon and Andrielle Coloma, both first placers, led their other classmates in bringing home five major awards. Another first placer, second grader Jill Anne Mallari, dedicated her win to her parents and classmates. Competing students from third and fourth grade level were also successful in winning major honors for themselves and for their school.

GMS management, teachers and staff congratulates all the participants and winners and thank all the parents for their support and assistance.”

KINDER:

1st Place, Chealzka Navarro
2nd Place, Jhaylin Cruz
2nd Place, Rowin Bas
2nd Place, Jian Carlo Sales
3rd Place, Jasmyn Tolentino

FIRST GRADE:

1st Place, Kriselle Drilon
1st Place, Andrielle Coloma
2nd Place, Areeza Anda
3rd Place, Jeremiah Alfred
3rd Place, Nicole Sacramento
3rd Place, Patrick Gregorio
4th Place, Elijah Umali

SECOND GRADE:

1st Place, Jill Anne Mallari

THIRD GRADE:

3rd Place, Aljanah Manabat
3rd Place, Joshua Alfred

FOURTH GRADE:

2nd Place, Xavier Gatmaitan

COACHES: Sony Natividad (kindergarten), Ana Liza Quiambao (1st to 4th Grade)
VOLUNTEER PROCTORS: Erwina Bas, Celan Navarro, Arthur Anda, Lizette Pascua

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