229 hurdle Naga’s Iskolar kan Ciudad
By Jason B. Neola
Some 229 applicants passed the Naga City government’s college scholarship program for School Year 2021-2022.
Mayor Nelson Legacion expressed hope that with the scholarship grants the students who belong to families in disadvantaged sector will become more inspired to pursue their studies “so that they can be able to help their own families to achieve a better life and become productive citizens of the city.”
The scholarship program, which is being implemented every year, is based on the Naga’s Tertiary Scholarship Ordinance that the city mayor has authored when he was still a member of the Sangguniang Panlungsod.
He said that based on the ordinance, the city government will provide the scholars with varying amounts of money as educational assistance, which are being determined through the grades obtained by the students in the qualifying examinations.
The number of scholars and the corresponding amount of educational assistance per semester are: 25 scholars will receive P20,000 or P22,000 each; 47 will receive P15,000 each; 77 at P11,000 each, and 80 at P8,000.
Legacion is also the author of an ordinance enjoining the city’s 27 barangays to establish their own scholarship programs with funds coming from the annual budget of each Sangguniang Kabataan.
The LGU Naga’s new scholars are: De Quiroz, Princess Zsamagne Putong; Rodriguez, Ayheca Raven Malilang; Tablizo, Maryella Karylle; Borromeo, John Paul; Velasco, Princess Ishe Casipit; Mann, Karl Cedrie Jesalva; Nava, Arabela Kaye Corañez; Regodon, Nichole Palmiano; Coi, Ma. Nerissa Sabaupan; Broñola, Niña Dela Peña; Casillan, Hanna Kassandra Nopre; Real, Mary France Besinio; Abrazado, Zyra Lorilla; Jimenez, Lovely Borja; Teodoro, Veronica Zoe Villamor; Sopeña April Marie Agarin; Legaspi, Ivan Christopher Jovillano; Bea, Jessa Mae Balindan; Lanuza, Carmella Joyce Princesa; Pujado, Ma. Angelica Oliver; Mahusay, Sheila Doctolero; Breis, Alyssa Jane Salaver; Padayao, Marissa Orito; Tañalas, Dianne Pearl Odrigo; Luntok, Aliyah Patrice Panis; Olarve, Jessa Mae Caudilla; Dadis, Honey Grace Camba; Lanuza, Monica Megan; Asuhan, Joy Ann Ogmar; Jadie, Christian Paguntalan; Banzuela, Jasper Burac; Carr, Arrabela Baudin; Canlas, Patricia Reyes; Perez, John Lhoyd Paglinawan; Chica, Jon-Jon; Fuenzalida, Khayla; Abion, Joey Bacsain; Parugrug, R.meliza C.; Tarrobago, Glenda Garcia; Bucad, Mark Joseph Pronuncial; Fortuna, Jewel Maxine; Buenavente, John Paul Oblinda, Toralde, Mary Rose Romagosa; Bersabe, Mary Joy; Verano, Jennefer Layno; Rellora, John Benedick Refugio; Amaranto, Gwyneth Adrielle; Balane, Joje Mar Adrianne Bonita; Ables, Ma. Nicole Medrano; Rogando, Misha Cassandra Brizuela; Decano, Kyla Mae Bok; Palmones, Mary Joan Cuya; Lasangue, Riziel Rosco; Padayao, Joy Chavenia; Saculo, Justine John Garde; Princesa, Blessie Laine Ortina; Musa, Mark Anthony Labrador; Del Rosario, Darlene Mae Dayrit; Ruelo, Kyle Angel Ann Tedria; Ignacio, Xavier Cecilio; Salvador, Jeffrey Michael Borja; Peña, Elizabeth Herras; Bello, April Asuncion; Prila, Justine Sabaria; Bermido, Alvin Paul Bernardo; Marcaida, Saimonne Rubiano; Nebrea, Princess Agatha Tapas; Barde, Arnie Austin Pante; Baral, Ma. Thela Pecaso; Bosquillos, Angela Ann Bendaña; Pesimo, Zenneth Ann Clores; Salvador, Sunshine Sabalboro; Balbis, Abegail Abelinde; Del Castillo, Shaira Mae Pareja; Abad, Rianne Kaye Lagrimas; Braga, Shina Mae; Ferrer, Blademhir Ulit; Pante, Jessa; Privaldos, Theresa Angela San Buenaventura; Mendoza, Carmela De Jesus; Surabia, Jericho Mike Cezar; Jacinto, Francis Oliver Morano; De Hitta, Ian Peoro; Dy, Adrian Beriso; Buco, Iann Carlo Nablo