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Third-grader, Paul Vincent Leandrei L. Navarro outwitted student math wizards from over 10 countries and grabbed the Bronze Award in the recently concluded 14th World Cup of the World Math-Fusion Olympiad held at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, last August 10-12. 

The competition, hosted by the WMO Organizing Committee was attended by nearly 200 students from China, Australia, the United Kingdom, Canada, Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Malaysia. The goals of the WMO competition are to promote international exchange among mathematically gifted students, to establish a math-based innovative education paradigm, and to cultivate future convergent leaders with the ability to view learning and the world from novel perspectives by stimulating their curiosity and spirit of inquiry. The World Math-Fusion Olympiad (WMO) is a global Math competition attended by multinational elementary and middle school students who enjoy Math. Closely related to real-life experiences and connected with science, technology, engineering and art, WMO breaks the traditional format of math competitions by challenging contestants to apply creative and integrated methods to solve problems that focus on border-crossing thinking through interesting and entertaining activities in a festive atmosphere. Some information from: http://wmoi.org/upcomingevents/8Jrx.html

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Francis Ethan Cabral, proved once again his unmatchable might in the waters as he scooped two awards in the Swimjunkie Challenge. The tenth grader swimmer snatched First Place in the 5 km Overall Men’s Category and Fifth Place in the Global Swim Series – Age 19 and Under Bracket. Swimjunkie Challenge covers four beaches and three coral fields, specifically at Gota Beach, Hunongan Cove, Lahos Island, and Matukad Island. It started in 2015 to show the Philippines’ world class open water swim courses and gather swimmers around the globe.

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The Valiant Knights’ love for reading has once again paved way to numerous awards in this year’s Scholastic Readers’ Cup. First off, the school won the First Place - Synergy Award together with SSIS Malarayat. This is the second year that the SSIS Schools had received this award. This award is for the Emerald Category or schools that have a population of 300-499 students. SSIS had garnered the highest average number of books read last academic year with 132 books per student. The school also received a Third Place finish in the Emerald Category after SSIS Batangas garnered the third highest average of books read for schools nationwide with a population of 300-499, with an average of 135 books per student last academic year. Lastly, the school also received a Special Award as 100% of the students from Grades 1-10 was able to read the Scholastic target of 40 books in one academic year. Congratulations to all the Valiant Knights from Grades 1-10 of AY 2018-2019 and the Library Teachers, Debbie Almarez, Sharmaine Kristine Ginete, Geneca Barola, Angel Gabriel Cuaresma, Christelle Aya, Alaiza Joice Guinihin, Rosa Jealyn Manalo, and Cheyenne Rose Buitizon along with Dr. Raquel Plata, Scholastic Literacy Program Coordinator and Ms. Joy Ramirez, last year’s School Librarian!