HISTORY OF BAMBAN CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Brief Description – Place

Bamban Central is located at Dela Cruz Bamban Tarlac, Tarlac wherein in Barangay Dela Cruz Dela Cruz is a barangay of the Philippine municipality in Bamban in the province Tarlac in Central Luzon which is part of the Luzon group of islands. Dela Cruz is one of the barangay which are in the outlying area of Municipal Bamban.

The municipality Bamban with a population of about 61,644 and its 15 Barangays belong to the party urban areas in the Philippines. While some of the barangay develop modern urban structures, some other, especially those which are seated in the outlying areas, remained rural. By the end of 2007 Dela Cruz had 1,806 resident.

Extensive discussion about the history of Bamban Central Elementary School

The war wrought havoc and devastation to the people of Bamban, properties, schools and other Buildings were destroyed and burnt. People suffered very much the effect of war. Education was affected which deprived children of school age and othe higher age and other higher levels because schools in the problem were destroyed.

School children were housed on the wings of the church and other available temporary buildings after liberation. The government had one its best to improve the living condition of the people. And one big priory is education.

In 1947, two years after the liberation, Bamban Elementary was established. Bamban Gabaldon west of town could not house the burgeoning enrolment  because of the population boom of the war. The old building located between the church and the public market in the poblacion, a school site was not ideal for future extension, so the municipal officials swapped the site for a four (4) hectares lot in the Dela Cruz Estate, north of the town proper.

The school was made of hard woods and G.I. Sheets. It houses the intermediate classes and absorbed pupils who finished Grade IV in the barrio schools including Bamban Gabaldon. Other school enrolled I-IV pupils only. It was called the the “intermediate School” and popularly know to young and old alike, as the “escuelang Macaba or Maragul”.

Not all the teachers were from Bamban. Some came from as far as Pangasinan and Ilocos Region. The first principal was the late Mr. Carlos Chavez, then Mr. Eleutero Briones, succeeded by Mr. Fortunato Tiglao. It was in 1963, when the school opened Grade I-IV classes, thus making it a complete elementary school. The pioneer teachers of the newly opened primary were new graduates of the Philippine Normal College (PNC). It was also time Bamban Central Elementary School and Bamban Gabaldon Elementary School became independent from each other.

Changes took place. Challenge and competitions emerged between the two big schools. Other schools followed. Business of the district and other education activities were done and staged in the school. It became the center of all educational and sports activities in the district. Being the center and show-window of the district, it was then named Bamban Central Elementary School (BCES). It continued to grow, develop, and shine from then on.

Mr. Fortunato Tiglao retired in 1969 and was succeeded again by Mr. Onofre Mercado, followed by late Mrs. Carmen N. Ocampo who was promoted to district supervisor. So many changes, innovation and educational trust to place in Central School.

Mr. Carmen N. Ocampo was succeeded by Mr. Restituto P.Tolosa, who was had the longest stay as the principal of Bamban Central (BCES). According to the former pupils of the era, those were the glory days of the Central School, the 80’s and 90’s. changes were vogue. The ESF main building, Home Economics, and other buildings were constructed. Different subject areas, room and garden sprouted. Mr. Restituto P. Tolosa retired in 1995 and left a lasting remembrance in front of the school “Statue of Education”. he was succeeded by the Mr. Rufo M. Miranda, follow by Mrs. Carmen S. Tuazon. Each principal his or her own unique way of leading, encouraging, motivating and valuing system or style. From these, the rise and flow of the Central School depend. There were many improvements under the stewarding of Mrs. Carmen S. Tuazon in both academic and physical aspects.

Reshuffling and promotions and took place among the school principals. Mr. Ruperto C. Sibal was assigned to Bamban Central Elementary School. In June 28,2004, under his leadership, the central became the show-window of the district in all areas of concern. Developments and improvements continue. The facade of the central School in every nook and cranny is beholding to see. Performances indicators tell the story of continuing progress in both academic and physical aspects of the central school.

After almost 6 years of service of Mr. Ruperto C. Sibal in Central School, the next to the administer the central was Mr. Arsenio B. Espiniosa, from Concepcion, Tarlac. The development of projects to the different learning areas was also achieve in his administration.

Another milestone for the Central School took place to the administration of  Mrs. Florcerfida F. Mutuc. Development and continues progress academically and physically, is her primary concern. As show window of the district, lawn development, conducive classrooms and facilities and the pupils are the priority.

Through her building made of semi-concrete materials that stands on the grassy lot with the close open windows, it emerged into bustling Central School and the best school in town. The Bamban Central Elementary School has produced many successful alumni.

The administration of an alumnus who also became  a mentor of Bamban Central Elementary School, Dr. Loida L. Zamora began. She changed the face of Bamban Central in just a short span of time.

A woman of action, committed to the goals of Department of Education. She was able to transform Bamban Central to the peak of Bamban East District through the continues development of the school’s physical facilities needed by the school children.

Her primary goal is to develop each child of Bamban Central who is equipped with vast knowledge, values and wide experiences through the different learning programs that she imposed.

From a building made of semi-concrete materials that stands on the grassy lot with close open windows, it emerged into blasting Central School and the best School in town. The Bamban Central Elementary School has produced many successful alumni.

From what was told and what actually see, tell the history of the Bamban Central Elementary School. Grateful acknowledgement are due to great teachers, school principals, government official, Deped official, LGU’s,NGO’s and PTC  but most of all to the people who always nurture and support the central school from then up to know. The rise and glory depends on us all.

School Profile

Name of the School: BAMBAN CENTRAL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Name of the School Head: CECILIA S. GUZMAN, ED.D.

Number of Teachers per Grade Level: ALS (1) SPED (1) Kinder (4), Grade 1 (5), Grade II (4), Grade IV (5), Grade V (4), Grade VI (6)

Number of Teachers per Position: T-I (4), T-II (5), T-III (7), MT-II (4)

Number of pupils per Grade Level (Female; Male; Total):

ALS (F-49; M-31; T-80)

SPED (F-13; M-13; T-26)

KINDER (F-93; M-114; T-207)

GRADE I (F-104; M-92; T-196)

GRADE II (F-63; M-93; T-156)

GRADE III (F-79; M-81; T-160)

GRADE IV (F-76; M-104; T-180)

GRADE V (F-99; M-93; T-192)

GRADE VI (F-102; M-93; T-195)

SMB Level of Practice: Level 2
Achievement Rate per subject and grade level ( as of last school year)
 

Grade

 

English

 

Filipino

 

Math

 

Science

 

MTB/MLE

 

AP/HKS

 

EPP

 

MAPEH/MSEP

 

ESP/CHAR.ED.

 

Gen.AVE.

 

I

 

86.94

 

87.68

 

87.41

 

86.89

 

86.19

 

87.07

    

85.00

 

87.72

 

86.86

 

     II

 

85.83

 

87.10

 

86.73

 

86.90

 

87.38

 

87.24

 

87.24

 

88.15

 

87.07

 

III

 

85.67

 

86.30

 

86.23

 

86.96

 

86.83

 

86.25

 

87.21

 

87.72

 

86.65

 

IV

 

86.57

 

87.52

 

86.48

 

86.83

 

87.52

 

86.77

 

87.92

 

88.65

 

87.28

 

V

 

86.98

 

88.00

 

86.30

 

86.07

    

87.02

 

86.20

 

86.34

 

86.21

 

86.98

 

VI

 

88.32

 

88.59

 

87.78

 

86.63

 

87.73

 

87.20

 

87.55

 

88.80

 

87.82

 

AVE

 

86.72

 

87.53

 

86.82

 

86.71

 

86.80

 

87.13

 

86.72

 

86.88

 

88.37

 

87.01

 
List of Programs, Project and Activities implemented in the school as per AIP
  1. Independence Day Celebration
  2. Project Health for Anti-obesity
  3. National Simultaneous Earthquake Drill
  4. Conducted School LAC Session
  5. Conducted Fire and Earthquake Drill
  6. Deworming Project
  7. Nutrition Month Celebration
  8. Brigada sa Buog Taon
  9. School Press Conference
  10. Yes for Peace Bayanihan ng Bayan Campaign
  11. Buwan ng Wika
  12. Project Health (Zumba)
  13. SHDB Project Teaching Science Concepts Through Video Clips
Enrollment Data Form SY 2013 to 2018 ( 5 years )

School Year

Male

Female

Total

2013-2014

688

579

1267

2014-2015

587

649

1236

2015-2016

694

633

1357

2016-2017

710

647

1364

2017-2018

740

631

1345

 
List of Teachers S.Y 2018-2019
  1. AQUINO, EMILY SAYLO
  2.  AQUINO, JENIFER MACARAEG
  3.  BENIMILE, NOEMY PINEDA
  4.  CMAPO, MARIA ROWENA CANO
  5.  CANLAS, MA. SOLIDAD ESCOTO
  6.  CANLAS, OFELIA SANCHEZ
  7.  CASTRO, ALEX MENDOZA
  8.  CATAP, CLARITA GUTIERREZ
  9.  CAYANAN, JANET SANGALANG
  10.  CAYANAN, MARIA CONSUELO MIRANDA
  11.  CO, MA. CRISTINA TOLENTINO
  12.  DE BELEN, MARIA MONESA TOLENTINO
  13. DELA CRUZ, ALONA P.
  14.  CHRISTIAN, MARK L. DIZON
  15.  FELICIANO, JESUSA MACAPAGAL
  16.  FIGUEROA, LIEZL VERGARA
  17.  LAXAMANA, CORAZON MARQUEZ
  18.  LINGAT, JONALYN RAMOS
  19.  MAMUCOD, MARIO
  20.  MACAPAGAL, IMACULATA LAVARIAS
  21.  MALLARI, SHEENA MARIE MACALE
  22.  MARCIAL, ANA CLARISSA T.
  23.  MASICLAT, MAGDALENA C.
  24.  PABUSTAN, HOMER DOMINGO
  25.  PANGILINAN, SHIELA MARIE Z.
  26.  PINEDA, ANGEL
  27.  SANGALANG, ANALIZA BOGNOT
  28.  SANTOS, MITZI SIBAL
  29.  SIBAL, EVANGELINE JACOBE
  30.  TUAZON, CATHERINE VILLO
  31.  WAGE, GENE TORRES
  32.  WAGE, GOLDA LACANLALE
  33.  WAGE, KAREN MIJARES
  34.  WAGE, WINNIE COSTOSA
  35.  YUN, KATHLEEN HIPOLITO

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