BALANGA CITY, Bataan – Children from the Saint Joseph City School (SJCS), this City brought cheers to their parents and wowed the big crowd during a parade of talents at the Bataan capitol Friday.
Considered as one of the oldest private learning institutions in Bataan, SGCS was founded in 1953 offering nursery, kindergarten, preparatory and Grades 1 to 6 curriculum.
School Principal Alicia Rueda thanked the proud parents for their full support to the activity. The SJCS choir all in white started the program singing the doxology, the Philippine National Anthem and the Balangueño Hymn.
Five-year old kids in colorful costumes brought the house down when they innocently danced to the tune of “A Whole New World”. The lights went off for a few minutes but the children patiently waited on stage. When power resumed, they danced in high spirits to the tune of “Itaktak Mo”. The SCJS Dancers, composed of Grade 6 pupils, were like professionals in their rendition of “Candy Man”. It was an afternoon not only of songs and dances but of poems, fashion show and karate/taekwondo as well.