Science Quest

PATIN-AY, Prosperidad, Agusan del Sur - Officials of the fast-rising province of Agusan del Sur extended their heartfelt gratitude to the Department of Education (DepEd) and the students from different elementary and high schools in the province for raking various awards in the recently concluded 10th National Science Quest (NSQ) held at the Teachers' Camp in Baguio City.

No less than whole officialdom of the province led by Gov. Adolph Edward G. Plaza personally extended his congratulatory message to the students.

The winners in the elementary level in the Science Creative Modeling group category were Princess Magdaline Asis, Blessy Millen Salang, Regine Kate Salazar, Angelei Gree Bernadas, Hannah Rose Cotiangco, Girly Sheen Fajardo, Nikka Noele Galleron, Joei Lastimosa, Daryl Ratilla, Hanz Adriane Badic, Ian Rod Cabuntocan, Shyzle Mae Alguno and Ramonit Rivera.

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