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Tropical Depression Maring now over Rizal, Metro Manila

Satellite image as of September 12, 2 pm. Image courtesy of NOAA 

MANILA, Philippines – Tropical Depression Maring was crossing the Rizal-Metro Manila area on Tuesday afternoon, September 12, bringing heavy rain and strong winds.


In a bulletin issued past 2 pm on Tuesday, state weather bureau PAGASA said Maring was already in the vicinity of Tanay, Rizal, still moving west northwest at 15 kilometers per hour (km/h).

It maintained its strength, with maximum winds of 60 km/h and gustiness of up to 100 km/h.

Signal number 1 is raised in the following areas due to Maring:

  • Metro Manila
  • Camarines Norte
  • Cavite
  • Laguna
  • Batangas
  • Rizal
  • northern Quezon including Polillo Island
  • southern Aurora
  • Bulacan
  • Pampanga
  • Nueva Ecija
  • Tarlac
  • Zambales
  • Bataan
  • Pangasinan

The tropical depression will continue to bring moderate to heavy rain to the regions of Metro Manila, Central Luzon, Calabarzon, and Mimaropa, as well as the province of Pangasinan.

Because Maring is over Metro Manila and Rizal, residents of those areas in particular are advised to stay on alert for threatening floods and landslides. Two teenaged brothers diedin Taytay, Rizal early Tuesday morning, after a landslide buried their home.

Earlier, Tuesday classes were suspended in the entire Metro Manila as well as various provinces. Several areas have been flooded.

Malacañang also suspended work in government offices in Metro Manila, Calabarzon, and Central Luzon. The Supreme Court suspended work in courts in the same 3 regions as well, while there is no trading at the Philippine Stock Exchange.

PAGASA also warned that sea travel is risky in the seaboards of Mindoro and the eastern seaboards of Aurora, Quezon, and Bicol.

Maring is expected to exit landmass via the Zambales-Bataan area on Tuesday evening.

Forecast track of Tropical Depression Maring as of September 12, 2 pm. Image courtesy of PAGASA

Forecast track of Tropical Depression Maring as of September 12, 2 pm. Image courtesy of PAGASA 

Typhoon Lannie

PAGASA also continues to monitor Typhoon Lannie (Talim), which is not directly affecting the country.

Lannie continues to move toward Taiwan, with maximum winds of 120 km/h and gustiness of up to 145 km/h.

There are no areas under tropical cyclone warning signals due to Lannie.

Both Maring and Lannie are expected to leave the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) on Thursday, September 14. –


‘Narco cop,’ 3 other drug suspects shot dead

Police Officer 1 Dominador Arciaga was on his way to the regional police office in Tuguegarao, Cagayan to get his salary when unidentified men in a black Toyota Innova shot him in Barangay Rizal West, San Isidro, Isabela before noon. File
MANILA, Philippines — A police officer with alleged links to the illegal drug trade and three other suspected drug personalities were killed in separate incidents in Luzon on Friday.

Police Officer 1 Dominador Arciaga was on his way to the regional police office in Tuguegarao, Cagayan to get his salary when unidentified men in a black Toyota Innova shot him in Barangay Rizal West, San Isidro, Isabela before noon.

Ramil Mauricio, 52, alias Panik, a former Bureau of Fire Protection personnel and resident of Barangay Poblacion South, Ramos, Tarlac, allegedly drew his gun when he sensed he had sold shabu to undercover agents.

An alias Panik and his unidentified companion, both residents of Barangay Cut-Cut, Angeles, Pampanga, reportedly shot it out with anti-drug operatives. Police said sachets of shabu and guns were recovered from the fatalities.

In Cagayan, Roger Gapas, councilman of Barangay Pinas, Claveria, was wounded in a gun attack also on Friday.

Gapas had just closed his store when the alleged gunman pretended to buy a bottle of liquor. He was shot through an opening of the window.

Gapas remained confined at the Far North Luzon General Hospital and Training Center in Luna, Apayao yesterday.


Plunder raps eyed vs execs in Yolanda housing mess

Leyte Rep. Vicente Veloso told reporters he and his colleagues are gathering evidence for the criminal cases to be filed against the NHA officials and contractors. File
MANILA, Philippines — Plunder charges await officials of the National Housing Authority (NHA) and contractors over the alleged use of substandard materials to build houses for victims of Super Typhoon Yolanda.

Leyte Rep. Vicente Veloso told reporters he and his colleagues are gathering evidence for the criminal cases to be filed against the NHA officials and contractors.

“At the very least, they could be guilty of estafa and negligence. But we are studying possible plunder charges because the amount of taxpayers’ money involved is enormous,” Veloso said.

Last weekend, Veloso joined members of the House committee on housing and urban development chaired by Negros Occidental Rep. Alfredo Benitez in looking into the complaints of poor-quality houses for Yolanda victims.

“Piggery houses in Leyte are better than the housing units for typhoon victims we saw in Eastern Samar and in my province,” Veloso said.

He lamented that the NHA has not built a single housing unit for Yolanda victims in his district.

Nearly four years after the typhoon, Benitez said only 67,000 housing units have been built in Eastern Visayas out of the 205,000 targeted for around a million people displaced by the typhoon.

“Of the 67,000...built, only 23,000 were occupied. Many of the units are substandard... Typhoon victims refuse to accept them,” he said.

Eastern Samar Rep. Ben Evardone, who authored the resolution calling for a congressional inquiry, said some NHA officials and contractors could be taking advantage of the victims.

“They (victims) tell us they survived the fury of Yolanda. But they may not survive the poor quality of the houses the NHA has built for them,” Evardone said.

He said the task of building houses for Yolanda victims should be transferred to local government units, noting that they are more concerned about the welfare of their constituents.

Another Leyte lawmaker, Yedda Romualdez, said that with the irregularities in Yolanda housing projects, “it seems that we are victimized once again by another typhoon.”

“We appeal to President Duterte to hold accountable the parties involved in the anomalies…I know the President is a no-nonsense action man and very much determined to address corruption,” Romualdez said.

The House committee on housing and urban development plans to expand its inquiry and involve the committee on good government and public accountability.


QCPD probes teen suspect’s escape from Camp Karingal

MANILA, Philippines — The Quezon City Police District (QCPD) is investigating the escape of a hit-and-run suspect from its headquarters at Camp Karingal last Thursday.

QCPD director Chief Superintendent Guillermo Eleazar said yesterday he has ordered an investigation into the case of tricycle driver Ariel Pendon, 19, who escaped from the Traffic Sector 3 office at the police camp.

Eleazar relieved and placed under restrictive custody a police officer tasked to guard Pendon.

“We are conducting an investigation to determine what sanctions can be imposed,” he said in a phone interview.

Pendon was driving a tricycle when he hit a woman along Anonas street in Barangay Quirino 2-A at past 4 a.m. Wednesday. The incident was caught by a surveillance camera. He was apprehended the same day in Barangay E. Rodriguez.

Meanwhile, the victim is recuperating in an undisclosed hospital.

Eleazar explained the suspect was not detained as he initially introduced himself as a 17-year-old. Police officers were readying charges of reckless imprudence resulting in physical injury and driving without a license against him.

He escaped at past 6 a.m. the following day when most of the police officers at Traffic Sector 3 attended a physical fitness test. He told the police officer on duty he will just use the restroom but did not return.

It was later that day when police obtained his birth certificate, which stated he was an adult.

Police charged the suspect before the city prosecutor’s office. He remains at large.


Duterte set to release Trillanes bank deposits

Amid claims by Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV that his son has a triad tattoo, President Duterte shows reporters a rose tattoo on his arm during a visit to a military hospital in Cagayan de Oro City yesterday. Looking on is Defense Secretary Delfin Lorenzana.

DAVAO CITY, Philippines — President Duterte will soon give his nemesis Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV a dose of his own medicine, as he threatened to expose the latter’s alleged wealth hidden in foreign bank accounts.

Akala mo ikaw lang? Kaya ko rin (You think you’re the only one? I can do it also),” the President said, twitting Trillanes, in his speech during the closing ceremony of the Mindanao Business Conference held in Cagayan de Oro City last night.


Trillanes has been hitting  the President and his family for over a year now, alleging ill-gotten wealth and the involvement of presidential son Davao City Vice Mayor Paolo Duterte and son-in-law Manases Carpio in the smuggling mess at the Bureau of Customs (BOC).

“I'm coming up with Trillanes’ bank deposits (which are) all over,” the Chief Executive said, adding that the opposition senator has huge amounts of money kept in various foreign bank accounts, aside from money held in domestic accounts.

“I'm giving you in a few days the number of deposits that he has with his bank accounts in Hong Kong, China, Australia and the US,” Duterte said, as he is just gathering more information on these bank accounts abroad.

The President insinuated that Trillanes’ money in foreign bank accounts would show they are “ill-gotten.”

‘Fake news’

Hindi totoo ’yan. Fake news ’yan. Sinungaling ’yan si Duterte (That’s not true. That’s fake news. Duterte is a liar),” Trillanes said in a statement last night, in response to Duterte’s allegations.

“Hinahamon ko siya na ilabas niya ’yung detalye at agaran ako pipirma ng waiver para malaman ang katotohanan (I dare him to reveal the details and I would immediately sign a waiver so we’ll know the truth),” he added.

Shortly before the May 9, 2016 elections, Trillanes alleged that Duterte has over P211 million in bank deposits, which was amassed during the latter’s term as mayor of Davao City.

The senator recently linked the younger Duterte and Carpio to the so-called “Davao group” that allegedly influences the release of contraband without being checked at the BOC.

He even accused the vice mayor of being a member of the Chinese triad that engages in international smuggling and drug trade.


In the hearing of the Senate Blue Ribbon committee on the P6.4-billion shabu shipment from China and BOC corruption last Thursday, Duterte and Carpio appeared and denied allegations that they were involved in smuggling activities.

Broker and whistle-blower Mark Taguba also cleared Duterte and Carpio of any involvement in the issues at the BOC.

The President has repeatedly said that all he needs is concrete evidence linking his son to smuggling and he would immediately step down from office.

Trillanes: Duterte needs psychiatric help

Meanwhile, Trillanes yesterday advised Duterte to immediately seek psychiatric help for he is starting to lose his mind.

Reacting to the latest statements made by the President against him, including advising members of the military and the police to challenge him to a duel, Trillanes said it was clear to him that Duterte is feeling the pressure and panicking, making him lose his mind as a result.

“These are the words of someone who is no longer thinking and that is why I said that he is having a meltdown,” Trillanes said.

He added that the President is probably stressing out over the responsibilities of his office, the proof already being presented in public about his illegal activities, which makes the senator question the Chief Executive’s psychological capacity to govern the country.

“This is not how a sane person speaks. Our people have reason to be concerned,” Trillanes said.

During his speech at the Araw ng Digos celebration last Friday, Duterte also showed a gun tucked in his waist and even claimed that it was not licensed.

Trillanes advised the Presidential Security Group (PSG) to disarm the President because an insane person cannot be allowed to carry a gun.

Trillanes said that the PSG would be held accountable if the President ends up shooting himself or someone else. – With Marvin Sy


Gunplay comments point to Duterte ‘meltdown’ – Trillanes

Sen. Antonio Trillanes IV and Pres. Rodrigo Duterte
MANILA, Philippines — President Rodrigo Duterte’s claim that he carries an “unlicensed” pistol in case he runs into arch-critic Senator Antonio Trillanes IV indicates the chief executive “is clearly having a meltdown,” the lawmaker said Saturday.

In a speech at the 17th founding anniversary of Digos, Davao del Sur on Friday, Duterte said he packed a gun “kay di’ man ‘ni para sa kontra, naa man daghan man ko dihang security, kanang mag-personalay ta’g atubang ba (not for enemies since I have my security to take care of that but in case we run into each other).”

He also showed the pistol tucked in his waist and said: “Wa’y lisensya ni ha. Dili man kailangan og lisensya para mopatay og tawo (This is not licensed. You don’t need a license to kill a person).”

It was not the first time Duterte has publicly displayed a gun tucked into his waistband. He also did so in an early July speech at the founding anniversary of Davao del Norte.

In the same speech, Duterte also told soldiers they can challenge Trillanes to a duel should he shame them during a congressional inquiry.

“Putang ina ka, lumabas ka diyan, draw tayo (Son of a bitch, get out of there, let’s draw),” was what Duterte said soldiers should tell Trillanes.

Trillanes, a former Navy officer who was sacked from the service for involvement in a series of failed uprisings against then President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, has been an outspoken Duterte critic. Lately, he has attempted to link Duterte’s son Paolo, vice mayor of Davao City, and son-in-law, lawyer Manases Carpio, to smuggling.

In his reaction to Duterte’s tirade, Trillanes said: “I am now seriously concerned that he doesn’t have the psychological capacity to govern anymore and that he needs psychiatric help right away.”

He also suggested that the Presidential Security Group “needs to take away his (Duterte’s) pistol before he hurts himself or another innocent person.”


PROOF OF ‘SABOTAGE’? | ‘Malignant elements’ could be behind kids’ killings – Abella

Kian Lloyd delos Santos, Carl Angelo Arnaiz, Reynaldo de Guzman
MANILA, Philippines — “The recent killings apparently targeting the youth should be viewed with suspicion and urgency” as these could be the handiwork of “malignant elements” out to “sabotage” the government’s war on drugs, presidential spokesman Ernesto Abella said Saturday.

A day earlier, at the 17th founding anniversary of Digos, Davao del Sur, President Rodrigo Duterte himself claimed the killings of Kian Lloyd delos Santos, 17, Carl Arnaiz, 19, and Reynaldo de Guzman, 14, were “sabotage.”

The successive killings have sparked widespread indignation against Duterte’s anti-narcotics campaign, estimated to have claimed more than 13,000 lives since last year, as critics saying the chief executive’s often incendiary words, liberally sprinkled by exhortations to kill, and assurances of protection to security forces are virtual marching orders to commit atrocities.

“Silipin mong mabuti kasi … sinasabotahe kayo (Look into these closely because you’re being sabotaged),” Duterte ordered Philippine National Police chief Ronald dela Rosa.

However, the Caloocan police have acknowledged separately killing Delos Santos and Arnaiz, supposedly after both young men shot it out with officers. However, subsequent investigations indicate they are likely to have been executed.

On the other hand, the body of De Guzman, who went missing at the same time as his friend Arnaiz, was found in Gapan, Nueva Ecija, head wrapped in packing tape and at least 30 stab wounds in the body.

Expounding on Duterte’s claim, Abella said: “The President’s campaign against illegal drugs has adversely affected many, including powerful narco-politicians and deep pocketed drug lords who flourished prior to this administration.”

“It should not come as a surprise that these malignant elements would conspire to sabotage the President’s campaign to rid the Philippines of illegal drugs and criminality, the centerpiece program of the administration, to succeed; which may include creating scenarios stoking public anger against the government,” he added.


BOUNTIFUL HAUL | Pinoy math wizards BAG 273 medals in Singapore math contest

Some of the medalists from the Philippines at the IMOYA awarding ceremony. Photograph courtesy of IMOYA

Filipino students recently bagged 273 medals in an international mathematics contest in Singapore.

The math wizards took home 32 gold, 75 silver and 166 bronze medals at the International Mathematics Open for Young Achievers (IMOYA) where 2,203 students from 10 countries and regions took part, according to Dr. Archieval Rodriguez, president of the Mathematics Development Academy of the Philippines (MATHDAP).

The contestants came from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Macau, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand.

In the medal tally, China grabbed 55 gold, 120 silver and 300 bronze medals, followed by Taiwan with 34 gold, 70 silver and 170 bronze medals, and the Philippines with 32 gold, 75 silver and 166 bronze medals.

Here is the list of the winners from the Philippines:


Sebastian Calderon – Philippine Institute of Quezon City
Justine Mae Vito Cruz – Bangkal Elementary School Main
Leon Isaak Chua – Mother Goose Special School System
Ezekiel Meir Co – Jubilee Christian Academy
Hans Cedric Galande – Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
Lia Isabelle Gutierrez – Grace Christian College
Rafael Paulino – University of the Philippines (UP) Integrated School
Yuan Manolo Ramirez – Xavier School
Gio Almayda – Yadah Christian School
Patrick Louis Almoite – St. Paul College of Ilocos Sur
Ralph Uzzxyll Belleza – Sped-integrated School for Exceptional Children
Ian Ray Custodio – Dasmariñas II Central School
Andrea Margarette Ganancial – Tambo Central School
Ralph Justin Maliwat – Pasig Catholic College
George Sander Tan – Pangasinan Universal Institute
Ziron John Valaquio – SPED-integrated School for Exceptional Children
Johannes Raphael Dancel – Pasig Catholic College
Xiel Eunice Ramos – Silangan Elementary School
Patricia Marites Sanga – Taguig Integrated School
Jodi Nicole Suarez – St. Pedro Poveda College
Mikkel Bennett Sy – Pace Academy
Ravi Bahukhandi – British School Manila
Jannica Allison Lim – Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
Ma. Theresa Joana Rabe – Ligao National High School
Julia James Berin – Aquinas University of Legazpi
Kirsten Dominique Chan – Bayanihan Institute
Yna Dy – Ligao National High School
Jeannette Ong – De La Salle Lipa
Anjelo Jorel Paterno Chua – De La Salle University Integrated School
Alison Chloe Lim Tan – Ateneo de Manila University Senior High School
Shannon Gail Ho – De La Salle University Integrated School
Giwon Kim – Caritas Don Bosco School

Carl Francis Agcaoili – St. Joseph Academy of Valenzuela
Denric Moses Camay – Aquinas University of Legazpi
Gian Hector Diamante – Blessed Light International Christian Academy
Carla Josephine Foronda – Pasig Catholic College
Sean Wayne Mayao – Silangan Elementary School
Cyrus Nolasco – Dasmariñas Ii Central School
Brent Andrie Orate – Dasmariñas Central School
Marco Paulo Frois Rodrigues – Rainbow of Angels Learning Center
Scoutla Rue Rosarda – Imus Pilot Elementary School
Muhammad Farouk Tan Ii – Silangan Elementary School
Natalie Kaitlyn Ventenilla – Colegio San Agustin Biñan Laguna
Armand Jhacobo Villaseñor – Calamba Elementary School
Sharifah Hamidah Café – Silangan Elementary School
Chesqua Claire Carles – Catbabgan I Sped Center
Jeffrey Jan Jabanes – Pangasinan Universal Institute
Axcel Oliver Madel – Jose Maria College
Ryza Nicole Ojeda – Silangan Elementary School
Juwan Emmanuelle Osama – Rizal Elementary School
Janah Sofia Francheska Siaton – University of Santo Tomas-Legazpi
Casey Ysabella Soriano – Upper Bicutan Elementary School
Francesca Stephanie Tumaneng – St. Theresa’s College Quezon City
Charles Joshua Uy – Bethel International School
Gabrian Alcala – Dominican School Manila
Xandara Reyna Barrun – Silangan Elementary School
Eddrian Costes – De La Salle Santiago Zobel School
Cedric Gabriel Evasco – East Rembo Elementary School
Ma. Angelica Marquez – East Rembo Elementary School
Keanne Mchale Andreus Miguel – La Immaculada Concepcion School
Joshua Pagcaliwagan – Colegio De Santa Ana
Ma. Shenette Polintan – La Immaculada Concepcion School
Jasmine Claire Que – Post Elementary School
Luis Hugo Ramirez – Xavier School
Erickson Scott Yu Solima – Kong Hua School
Earl John Velasco – Doña Pilar C. Gonzaga Elementary School
Kyla Mae Villanueva- Silanga Elementary School
Macky Emerson Benitez – St. Augustine’s School
Chryss Anika Bersabal – Makati Science High School
Sean Austin Chan – Philippine Cultural College Manila Campus
Arthur Caleb Co – Philippine Science High School Central Luzon Campus
Kynier Fababier – Las Piñas City National Science High School
John Paul Lacsado – Taguig Science High School
Francis Raphael Macaraig – Canossa Academy-Lipa
Lady Propogo – Ligao National High School
Jose Enrique Ramirez – Philippine Science High School Bicol Region
Dominique Joy Rustia – St. Theresa’s College
Nathan Jeremy Ang – Lourdes School Quezon City
Mary Alyenne Josephine Azarcon – BHC Educational Institution
Rocelle Andrea Santos Belandres – State Fields School
Rose Anne Doblon – Taguig Science High School
Czhean Klyde Espiritu – De La Salle Lipa
Mikayla Ruth Estrella – St. Paul College Island Park
Abraham Isaac – Canossa Academy – Lipa
Julia Alexis Malinao – Taguig High School
Anisha Zwi Matanguihan – Falcon School
Audric Jean Ortiz – Taguig High School
Jan Hazel Ragudo – Philippine Science High School
Kaitlyn Shu Too – Jubilee Christian Academy
Justine Eusebio Soriano – Taguig Science High School
Julie Irish Villagomez – Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano Memorial Science & Technology High School
Princesa Joel Yumol – Colegio San Agustin-Biñan
Rhythm Paolo Lim Cabrera – Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano Memorial Science & Technology High School
Venice Ann San Miguel Carrasco – Taguig Science High School
Cristine Magdolot – Maria Asuncion R. Tiñga Memorial High School
Perry Dychengbeng Chua – Philippine Science High School Main Campus
Arjay Mark Padilla Domingo – Cauayan City National High School
Joshua Fruelda Esma – Ramon Magsaysay High School Cubao
Johnavel Marie Ureta Ninoy – Bacolod Tay Tung High School
Christine Joy Caleja Okubo – Philippine Science High School Main Campus
Jan Albert Quidet – Senator Renato “Compañero” Cayetano Memorial Science & Technology High School
Mariane Sta. Barbara – Taguig Science High School
Daven Matthew Sy Yu – British School Manila
Xavier Roi Dela Cruz – Philippine Science High School Main Campus
Moriah Senadrin Murillo – Jesus Is Lord College Foundation
Madeline Lim Tee – Jubilee Christian Academy
Makarios Joash Ycasas Wee – Philippine Christian Gospel School

Dana Francesca Abgelina – Colegio San Agustin Makati
Alexandra Louis Chan – Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
Leanne Joy Dormal – Bethel International School
Samantha Bianca Salazar – PAREF Woodrose School for Girls
Elaiah Asperin – Saint Jude Catholic School
Luke Jayd Baldonado – MSA Whiz Kids Academy
Arwin Peter Castro – Pasig Catholic College
Maria El Thea San Francisco Digol – SPED Learning Center
Justin Anthony Docdoc – Father Saturnino Urios University
Harvey James Dolar – Falcon School
Carsten Angelo Francisco – International British Academy-HEP
Rei Dawn Pilar Gamboa – Ateneo de Davao University Grade School
Chris Philip Gaurana – Jasaan Central School
Janamae Herrera – Kapitan Jose Cardones Memorial Elementary School
Elisha Beige Ilumin – Agoo Kiddie Special School
Laurice Reign Lanto – Montessori House of Learning
Brenan Louis Lao – Leyte Progressive High School
Justin Exzequiel Miraflor – Josephine F. Khonghun Special Education Center
Ma. Tricia Jasmin Ocho – De La Salle Zobel School
Carl Henrik Parugrug – La Milagrosa School
Jarren Permejo – Silangan Elementary School
Frank Joash Praxidio – St. Mary’s Academy Pasay City
Joseph Brixter Ranchez – Top Achievers Private School
Ma. Marju Jeremiah Sobeza – Solomon Integrated School de Iloilo
Christian Franz Solatorio – La Milagrosa School
Veronica Paige Tagoon – Doña Pilar Learning Center Foundation
Mark Justin Villafuerte – Don Bosco Technical Institute of Makati
Andreia Elainne Abainza – Aquinas University Of Legazpi
Ana Bea Aberin – St. Agnes Academy
Adriel Abrenica – Daane Brilliant Child Learning Haven
Ron Aldwyn Abustan – Fort Bonifacio Elementary School
Edan Viel Aguada – Top Achievers Private School
Ryckxeian Isaiah Alcubilla – SPED-Integrated School for Exceptional Children
Joseph Lyzander Atibagos – Dasmariñas II Central School
Gladjozynn Balacuit – University of San Carlos-South
Andre Gerald Dawe – Colegio San Agustin-Biñan
Erika Joy Dumangas – Colegio San Agustin-Biñan
Lorenzo Garcia – PAREF Westbridge
Alexis Griff Genovatin – Ateneo de Iloilo-Sta. Maria Catholic School
Maria Sophia Kristina Gonzales – St. Paul University Quezon City
J. Aesir Cedric Ibarra – Special Education Center for the Gifted
Jarvey Meejel London – Integrated Montessori Center
Catherine Anne Lupango – St. Pedro Poveda College
Ianne Christa Madrid – Jesus Is Lord College Foundation
Yvonne Lorein Malinao – BHC Educational Institution
Chelsea Mantele – Dasmariñas II Central School
Andrei Justine Ong – Life College
Allan Dave Pabillano – Comembo Elementary School
Crystal Aynrand Pacis – Universidad de Sta. Isabel
Sean Dior Pagsuguiron – St. Paul College Balayan
Jameiah Marielle Prayco – Francisco Benitez Elementary School Main
Erika Claire Ramos – Zamboanga Chong Hua High School
Angela Kyra Salarda – Solomon Integrated School de Iloilo
Shaun Nicolo Salazar – PAREF Southridge School
Nathan Roevesen Sanciangco – Don Bosco Technical Institute Makati
Max Ricmond Sangueza – Bayanihan Institute
Gia Cerise Sansaet – PAREF Woodrose School for Girls
Jeca Santillan – University of Perpetual Help-Molino
Trystan Cyd Santos – Pasig Catholic College
Elden Riguel Tan – Meridian Systems Academy
Kyla Keith Tan – Lanao Chung Hua School
Jasmine Villa – St. Paul University Quezon City
Oyayi Sofia Villegas – MSA Whiz Kids Academy
Benito Andre Yulo – Philippine Cultural College
Jester Jude Atienza – Stanford School of Batangas
Justine Ray Balopeños – SPED-Integrated School for Exceptional Children-Iloilo
Lheiza Jhoy Caro – Benitez Elementary School Main
Sheern Edwin Catequista – Shining Light Academy
Gabrielle Leonard Cuadra – Bangkal Elementary School Main
Julianna Erika Eduvane – Special Education Center for the Gifted
Qysha Nicole Estandian – Silangan Elementary School
Benjamin Lua – San Beda College-Alabang
Bettina Maria Mercado – St. Pedro Poveda College
Ma. Theresa Pacleb – South Central Integrated School
Maja Marem Jillzam Pagadora – Pacita Complex I Elementary School
Jhurgen Keith Selwyn Pascua – Eastern Gate Christian Academy
Lance Reynald Martin Pua – Philippine Yuh Chiau School
Marc Rivera – Merryland Montessori and High School
Maria Anezka Rivera – La Immaculada Concepcion School
Chauncey Rayle Rojo – Mary Infant Jesus School
Francis Solatorio – La Milagrosa School
Kyler Hewitt Sy – British School Manila
Cyr Lawrence Tan – Holy Rosary Catholic School
Gian Christian Josh Aquino – Lyceum of Aparri

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