CTU-Moalboal Shines at A3D LEAD National Seminar-Workshop and Training Program on Drug Abuse Prevention and Education

The CTU Moalboal delegates, including Ang Taga and SSG officers, recently attended the A3D LEAD National Seminar-Workshop and Training Program on Drug Abuse Prevention and Education (DAPE) at the Golden Prince Hotel, Cebu City, from February 15 to 17, 2024.

The dedicated delegates—Marvin Pableo, Donalyn Sabanal, Katherine Estra, Rosemarie Cañete, Marc Justin Lumayno, John Lynard Redoble, and Ahbram Pantajo—actively participated in plenary sessions, group discussions, workshops, presentations, fellowship, and they also took part in two competitions during the three-day event.

In the on-the-spot poster-making competition, Marc Lumayno demonstrated exceptional creativity and skill, securing the prestigious first prize. This success highlights CTU-Moalboal’s ability to excel in creative endeavors and make a positive impression in competitive settings.

Additionally, CTU-Moalboal actively participated in the school poster presentation, showcasing “Project Tableta.” John Lynard Redoble, representing the school, shared details on the 2 feet by 5 feet poster. This substantial poster reflected CTU-Moalboal’s student organization’s efforts for DAPE, including programs, projects, and activities. The realization of the school poster was a collaborative effort, fueled by the unwavering dedication and contributions of the school’s delegates. The significance of this achievement became apparent, as out of 18 participating schools nationwide, only six took part in the school poster presentation. CTU-Moalboal proudly stood among these six schools, emphasizing its strong commitment to drug abuse prevention and education through a remarkable presentation during the national seminar-workshop.

Furthermore, Katherine Estra, a delegate from CTU-Moalboal, was selected to speak about her insights on the second day of the seminar-workshop. Her speech not only garnered acclaim from fellow delegates but also earned recognition from the event organizers.

Certainly, CTU-Moalboal’s standout performance at the A3D LEAD National Seminar-Workshop not only demonstrates the school’s commitment to excellence but also emphasizes its proactive role in addressing drug abuse prevention and education. From artistic prowess to insightful presentations, the delegates showcased their dedication, making the school a beacon among the participating institutions. / Donalyn A. Sabanal