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Las Piñas lauds 3 HS winners of international math contests

Students from Las Piñas City National Science High School recently won in an international mathematics competitions held in Singapore, Indonesia, and the Philippines.

MATH WHIZZES. Mayor Imelda T. Aguilar (center) lauds the young math wizards from Las Piñas City National Science High School who won in recent international mathematics competitions. Also in photo are Councilor Mark Anthony Santos, DepEd Division Superintendent Dr. Loreta B. Torrecampo, Las Piñas Science Principal Jennifer T. Erispe, and math teacher-trainer Warlita Arzuga
Mayor Imelda T. Aguilar congratulated young math wizards Coleen Adrianne L. Panganiban, Silver Medalist at the 14th International Mathematics Contest held in Singapore from July 27 to 30; Alisha V. Ullah, Bronze Medalist at the 2018 International Mathematics Wizard Challenge in Indonesia; and Gian Gaviola, Bronze Medalist at the International Kangaroo Mathematics Competition (Philippine leg).

Aguilar lauded the efforts of the students and their mentors.

“Continue to be a good role model to your fellow students and to bring pride to your school and to Las Piñas City,” she told them.

Present during the courtesy call of the students at the Las Piñas City Hall were Councilor Mark Anthony Santos, Dr. Loreta B. Torrecampo, division superintendent, Principal Jennifer T. Erispe of Las Piñas City National Science High School, and teacher-coach Warlita Arzuga.

Topics: Las Piñas City National Science High School , Imelda Aguilar , 4th International Mathematics Contest , 2018 International Mathematics Wizard Challenge , International Kangaroo Mathematics Competition
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