GMS holds student recognition ceremony

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(GMS) — The sun shone brightly last Friday morning to greet the Green Meadow School students excited to receive their achievement awards.

Green Meadow School held its Student Recognition Ceremony at the Gov. Pedro P. Tenorio Multi-Purpose Center.

GMS faculty and staff worked tirelessly the day before preparing all the decorations to create a lively and vibrant ceremony area. Students and family members checked in with a temperature before their allotted time. Social distancing measures were in place as students were spaced out when they lined up to receive their awards.

Through all the difficulties and new experiences in this year, the GMS students could barely contain their excitement as they lined up for their rewards.  Students were separately scheduled by grade level to ensure that crowding was not an issue.

Green Meadow School principal Milagros Songcuan and school president Glenn Songcuan. GMS photo

Several awards were given to highlight each student’s achievements and hard work. Aside from the “Best in (Subject)” awards, students who may have struggled initially but worked hard to improved received “Most Improved in (Subject)” awards. Students who exhibited a model personality and behavior were awarded with character awards such as the “Citizenship” award, “Most Courteous,” and the “Joseph Servant” award. As it is an important tradition to GMS, each and every student was acknowledged and recognized.

Prior to receiving their awards, students were welcomed by their beloved school principal Mrs. Milagros Songcuan followed by a congratulatory and inspirational message from the school president Glenn Songcuan. Through the president’s message, students and parents were reminded that any trial or tribulation can be eventually overcome if they continue to have a positive and determined attitude.

A photo booth area was set up away from the stage and check-in area so families can take personal photos without their masks. Once awards were received, students and families were required to leave the center prior to the arrival of the next batch of students.

Through meticulous planning and endless patience the GMS recognition ceremony was realized. The graduation ceremony followed.



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