San Roque Watershed Area Team conducted Environmental Art Fair 2018 – Year 4 last July 27, 2018 at San Felipe Integrated School Multi-purpose Hall, participants were High School students of San Felipe Integrated School (SFIS) of Brgy. San Felipe East, San Nicolas, Pangasinan.
Students of SFIS were involved in various art competition, these are:
Poster Art Making,
Creative Recycled Art Making, and
Trashion Design Competition
The theme for Poster Art & Slogan Making is “Science for the People: Innovation for Collective Prosperity”, thisis the nation-wide theme for the DepEd’sScience & Technology Week. Twelve (12) visually art enthusiasts and seven (7) sloganeers were to interpret the theme on a white cartolina using their choice of drawing materials on the spot.Five winners were selected from each category based from creativity, originality, theme relevance and visually appealing.
While the theme for Creative Recycled Art Making &TrashionDesign is “Beat Plastic Pollution”, adapted from the theme of National Environment Day Celebration. There were six (6) beautifully crafted recycled art pieces, 5 of which stood out as best recycled art pieces.
The highlight of the activity is the parade models and the designers for the Trashion design competition. ThisTrashion Design Competition provided an opportunity to showcase unique and recycled inspired garments created from items that would otherwise be tossed in the trash. Five design creations were selected as winners based from workmanship, originality and overall look.
Judges for the various contest categories were:
Mr. Mendel S. Garcia - Section Chief, NPC-SRWAT
Ms.Ellenor A. Perez – Sr. Watershed Management Specialist, NPC-SRWAT
Ms.TamcynUbaldo – Environmental Specialist, SRPC
Mr. James Nanali – SK Chairman, Brgy. San Felipe East, San Nicolas
Ms.Darmer Hilda Aquino – School Principal, San Felipe Integrated School
Ms.Darmer Hilda Aquino, School Principal of San Felipe Integrated Schoolpresented to SRWAT team a Certificate of Recognition for their constant and strong support to the school’s science and environmental program.
Sir Mendel S. Garcia, Section Chief of SRWAT lauded the school and participants in their active involvement in protecting the environment, continued on to encourage the community to take active part in protecting the environment by recycling or reusing plastic materials.
The event started and ended with much excitement and anticipation of the contestants and the Teachers of the school. The School Principal and participants regarded the activity as highly successful.