“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential…”
Strong words from Confucius to stir up the participants from Negros Oriental Division, both in Elementary and Secondary Schools for the 2015 Tecnnolympics at Negros Oriental High School Gym and Robinson’s Place Dumaguete, on February 9, 2015.
This competition is said to showcase marketable products and performances in the different skills acquired by the students in the various specializations and exploratory courses of Technology and Livelihood Education (TLE).
The different contests such as PC Assembly, Webpage Designing, Tarpaulin Printing, Data Encoding, Spreadsheet, Powerpoint Presentation, Digital Painting (Kindergarten), Nail Art and Hand Massage, Hair Style and Facial Make-Up, Children’s Wear Construction, Mini Cabinet-Making, T-shirt Designing and Printing, Steel Baluster-Making, Landscaping, Innovative Dish, Experimental Dish, Appliqué, Fresh Fruit Shake Preparation, Flower Arrangement, Tie Dye, Asexual Propagation, Fabric Painting, Medicine Kit Shelf, Metal Tool Box, Simple Wiring Circuit and Sales Inventory will be done simultaneously in their respective venues.
“With the participants’ talents and skills, their lives will be transformed into purposeful individuals who can face up to the 21st century challenges,” the Overall Coordinator, EPS Adolf P. Aguilar quipped.
This event will be closely monitored that is why the Division released the same implementing guidelines and assigned contest coordinators and working committees to man the different contests.