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To our supportive Schools Division Superintendent Madam Luz C. Ariola, to our Assistant Schools Division Superintendent, Estrelita Cunanan, to our dedicated Principal Mrs. Estrelita D. Lecaros, to our Guidance Counselor Mr. Ronald P. Balatbat, to our beloved parents, teachers and staff, to my fellow graduates and to our friends and visitors who came to witness this graduation ceremony, a pleasant afternoon to all. It is not what a man eats, but what he digests that makes him strong not what he gains, but what he saves that makes him rich, so it is not what he reads or hears, but what he remembers and applies that makes him learned; when he is learned that is the time that he builds. It is said that it is in school where the youths are molded and their skills are developed. All these developed skills and good values taught in school will never be appreciated unless they are shown, felt and put into practice. We strongly believe that education is concerned with the development of the whole being. Therefore, even as the life of the mind is strengthened together with the physical self, the moral fiber must likewise be boosted. For true education will really guide to guarantee dynamic support, service, technology, meaningful economic and social development necessary to lay a strong foundation for growth and progress. Thus, this learning becomes a gift. It is a gift because there is a Giver, our Father in heaven. It is a gift because there are givers. They are our teachers, who unselfishly shared their knowledge to us, they are our parents, who never fail to be there for us, they are our classmates and friends, who have been with us through thick and thin, our community also played an important role in making us learned, for it is in this place where we commune and interact with one another. Lastly, our Alma Mater which have been our stage as we played the role of the…...

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