DepEd Balanga City

Feature Articles

  • YOU’RE ON YOUR OWN NOW: SCARY OR COOL?
    By: JESS ZEL V. GARCIA In this quest to find our own definition of success, we would find it necessary to pattern our lives with those who have gone before us. Hence, we go to school to learn history. Some would say we get it from those who know better. That is why in school, …

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  • Teamwork in the Dep-Ed workplace
    By: Pauline Mae B. Malate Teamwork is working united with people to achieve a common goal or objectives. Teamwork is the basic need for an organization to function. Furthermore, every dep-ed organization has a separate ways to perform specific tasks which as a whole saves time to a higher extent. This also allows employees to …

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  • Constant Call for Improvement
    KARLA LIZA P. IZON, Administrative Assistant III The world is fast changing. Ideas, practices, concepts, principles, and rules may be appropriate or relevant today, but tomorrow will be different.Continuous review, testing, and evaluation are called for; hence, quality improvement is significant. Constant improvement is a notion that includes the following:Quality assurance — the provision of …

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  • KINDNESS IN A WORLD OF CHAOS
    By: Marjea C. Santillan/SDO Balanga City In a world where everyone wants to be right, people are quick to believe everything they heard and everything that was on the internet.  As long as it will satisfy them, they will consider it as their “own truth”. They will fight for it against everyone who oppose to …

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  • “PWEDE NA, ALPAS NA”
    Isinulat ni: Marjea C. Santillan/SDO Balanga City Sa panimula ay hinubog ka ng mga karanasang nagpatibay ng iyong pagkatao. Dumaan ka sa napakaraming pagsubok ngunit nanatili kang matatag. Kung may ilang beses kang umiyak sa sakit ng mga pangyayari ay marahil hindi mo na mabilang sa daliri ng iyong mga kamay. Matagal kang kinulong ng …

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