February 19, 2014 2:02 PM
Ryan Jericho Sy, a Grade 6-A student of Chiang Kai Shek College, maintained his place as Top 2 in the Individual Category of the 2014 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge. He received medals and certificates from the two rounds of this series of competitions.
The Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd conducted an elimination test at Saint Jude Catholic School last January 16, 2014 (Thursday). The students from NCR private schools: AREA 1- Manila, Makati, Pasay; AREA 2- Quezon City, Pasig, Mandaluyong, San Juan, Marikina; AREA 3- Muntinlupa, Parañaque, Taguig, Las Piñas; AREA 4- Caloocan, Valenzuela, Malabon, Navotas who met the cut off scores per level took another written contest, the Individual Finals at San Francisco High School held last January 25, 2014 (Saturday). From these students who took the written individual finals, the contest organizers chose the top 10 students per level. The top 10 students according to the rank of their scores were awarded at Makati Hope Christian School last February 5, 2014 (Wednesday) as Sectoral Finals. In this round, Ryan Jericho Sy of 6-A received a silver medal and a certificate. All the top 10 students received certificate but only the first, second, and third got medals. When all the qualified participating schools, both from private and public schools, were again ranked for the Regional level, Ryan Jericho Sy of 6-A remained in the Second place. He was awarded a silver medal and a certificate at DepEd Division Office in Pasig City last February 15, 2014 (Saturday). He is under the tutelage of a hardworking teacher, Mrs. Jennifer C. Mislang.
Ryan’s determination, passion in the subject, and perseverance made him to be on top.
Contributor: Mrs. Catherine E. Alvarez
February 18, 2014 11:07 AM
The Chiang Kai Shek College Grade School Math teams made it again in the 2014 Metrobank-MTAP-DepEd Math Challenge- REGIONAL FINALS last February 15, 2014 (Saturday) held at DepEd Division Office in Pasig City.
The Regional Finals of this series of competitions was sponsored by the Metrobank, the Department of Education and the Mathematics Teachers Association of the Philippines. Different schools, both from private and public sectors, competed and met the cut off score per level.
In the team category: out of 17 schools, the Grade 1 team, composed of Shawn Pierce Go of 2-E, Riyen Bernice Ang of 2-D, and Prince Matthew Sy of 2-A, that vied against 16 schools, and the Grade 3 team, composed of Patricia Angelica P. Tan of 4-A, Richelle Jasmine L. Sy of 4-C, and Carlos Miguel Legaspi, Jr. of 4-F, that competed against 22 schools, both made it to the 2nd Place and received trophies, silver medals, and certificates.
Trisha Danielle Sia of 5-B, Wolverix Skyler F. Yu of 5-D, and Johannes Nathan Hong of 5-D were the Grade 4 team that competed against 22 schools and won 3rd Place. They received a trophy, medals, and certificates, while the Grade 5 team won First place. They received a trophy, gold medals, and certificates. This team was composed of Ryan Jericho Sy of 6-A, Jhervey Edric Cheng of 6-A and Tiffany Huang of 6-B.
In the individual category, the following students made it to the top 10: Riyen Bernice Ang of 2-D was top 7, Patricia Angelica Tan of 4-A was top 6, Trisha Danielle Sia of 5-B was top 4 and Ryan Jericho Sy of 6-A was top 2. These students were discovered to have extraordinary mathematics skills which were enhanced by the following trainers: Mrs. Merle D. Sondia for Grade 1, Mrs. Catherine E. Alvarez for Grades 3 and 4, and Mrs. Jennifer C. Mislang for Grade 5.
On January 30 of this year, the teams also did well during the MTAP-Math Challenge Division Level Competition held at St. Paul College Makati. Grade 1 team, composed of Riyen Bernice Ang, Shawn Pierce Go, and Prince Mathew Sy won 3rd Place. The grade 4 team of Trisha Daniel Sia, Johannes Nathan Hong, and Wolverix Skyler Yu also bagged 3rd Place. The grade 5 team of Ryan Jericho Sy, Tiffany Huang, and Jhervey Edric Cheng took 2nd Place.
Though these students experienced hardship in balancing their time for their academic and non-academic tasks, everything turned great because of their much effort and right character.
Contributor: Mrs. Catherine Esteban Alvarez