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 On the morning of July 27, 2018, the Peacemakers started their second day merrily as it was the final round for the fitness trial, the school quiz competition. The day started with the sessions assembly and the quizzers were introduced. After 10 easy questions, 10 average questions, and 10 difficult questions, Bea Samantha Masmodi and Datu Aron Yzra Sinsuat from Albert Einstein School emerged as the Second Runner Up of the said competition. After that certain program, the Peacemakers and the 2 coaches (advisers) met their fellow players (subcampers) and the first game tutorial (lecture) began. With the help of Mr. Clyde Silverio, a professional licensed nutritionist-dietitian and one of the beta-testers (speakers), the players did gain some knowledge about bioenergetics as he explained how a human body transforms energy from the food we intake. Following the mind-blowing lecture, the first boss challenge (workshop) commenced. Each court was set to experiment about substrates and how they are reacting to enzymes. The workshop lasted for less than 1 hour and the courts got ready for their first lunch together.

 Let’s go AES! Let’s go! – On the 3rd day of the camp, last July 28, the Peacemakers had their game face on and were ready for the “Grand Olympics”. Each subcamp prepared their own strategies and techniques to decipher the code given by professor Calyxo. Then after the strenuous activity, all of the schools prepared for the “Entertainment Night” to showcase their pride and talents, and Einsteinians owned the national stage! Albert Einstein School made history by landing first place in the cosplay competition.

            Albert Einstein School is known for its traditions, and that includes its opening ceremony.  It has been a tradition to welcome the school year with a blast.

            For this school year, the batch of the Peacemakers opened the academic classes in a very awe-inspiring and one of a kind way last June 18, 2018 at AES gymnasium.

            The aforesaid event was headed by the Senior Class Association under the leadership of Nurfaiyden Mangelen in which Bea Samantha Masmodi, the Math Society Club President, hosted the opening ceremonies.

              The program formally started with the processional march of the administration, faculty, and workforce headed by the school director, Sir Edison B. Morales. During the opening ceremony, Ma’am Florence Buat, the school principal, delivered her welcome address. Then, it was followed by the singing of the National Anthem, reciting of the school creed, and the singing of the school song. Furthermore, Xybelle Emblawa, president of the La Liga Filipina, Sayyid Abas, secretary of the Math Society, and Anne Margarita Yu Ekey, the president of Religious Youth in Action, sang the "Prayer for Peace" by Himig Heswita as the Opening Prayer. It was followed by the introduction of the administration, faculty, staff, and workforce for this school year 2018-2019.

            It has been a usual practice of Albert Einstein School to light the torches that represent its core values. Moreover, Nurfaiyden Mangelen, Senior Class Association President, held the torch of academic excellence, Datu Zaldy Ampatuan, Central Student Council President, clutched the torch of leadership, and Shanie Sabang, Citizenship Advancement Training, grasped the torch of service.

            The long wait was over. In addition, the Peacemakers presented a heartfelt Filipino opening presentation that outdid understanding about “Peace” as they encouraged everyone to become agents of peace.

            At the end, the program was a success as Sir Edison B. Morales, the School Director, gave the Peacemakers a 98 for their opening ceremony, and he hoped that this year would truly be a peaceful year for the school.

 

 The day started with flying colors as all the subcamps congregated to initiate the subcamp quiz competition or known as “Superbowl” which tested the student’s agility in thinking, understanding and communication as a team which resulted to the Court 31 “Theta1’s” victory for they garnered 1st place in the subcamp quiz, it consisted of the topics in Bioenergetics, Biomechanics, Ergonomics, and Sports Science.

     Representing Albert Einstein School as an essayist never came to me. I never thought that I would enter this national essay writing competition. Suddenly, I learned from a classmate that it was agreed by the teachers that I will be one of the two representatives to compete for the essay writing competition. I was taken by surprise because I always thought that I would join the cultural dance competition. I had a few sleepless nights, to be honest, trying to decide between the two things that I love to do.   

     Voicing this opinion to my mother, she pushed me to choose the essay competition. She said that representing my school as an individual is a privilege for me and Erin. Her reasoning was too good that I was stuck. I then decided to just leave the decision to the faculty.                

     To be acknowledged for my writing skills was an honor. Knowing that our shadow dancers were pushing themselves to their limits and spending sleepless nights, I was also motivated to do my best. With the pride of the school and the faith of my classmates, I took the pen.                 

     Attaining to place 3rd in the National Youth Science, Technology, and Environment Summer Camp Essay Writing Competition was unforgettably unexpected. As I hear my airbus mates' congratulations and my fellow Einstenians' screams of joy, I felt a profound sense of disbelief. I was in a daze. Alhamdulillah! Those outlines Mom made me do was worth it. Painstaking, but worth it. It is the first time in Albert Einstein School history to take a place in a national essay writing competition. For that achievement, I will say that everything was definitely worth it.

 

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