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Over-All Top Ten Best School Publications

Attached is the copy of the Regional Memorandum dated March 31, 2016 and its inclosures for the complete list of the best school publications for both elementary and secondary level in the National Capital Region.


MEMORANDUM

March 31, 2016

To:

Schools Division Superintendents
Heads of Private Elementary and Secondary Schools

From:

Ponciano A. Menguito
Director IV

OVER-ALL TOP TEN BEST SCHOOL PUBLICATIONS

 

1. This office congratulates the school paper advisers of the TOP TEN Best School Publications for English and Filipino for both Elementary and Secondary Levels as shown in the following inclosures:

Inclosure A – Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Secondary
Inclosure B – Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Elementary

2. Immediate and wide dissemination of this Memorandum is desired.

Over-All Top Ten Best School Publications Memorandum
Over-All Top Ten Best School Publications Memorandum
Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Elementary
Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Elementary
Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Secondary
Top Ten NCR Best School Publications (English & Filipino) for Secondary

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