Scientific skills and competence of Muntinlupa students were recognized after they excelled in the recently concluded Young Inventors Competition at Festival Mall, Filinvest on March 21.

Students from different private and public schools bagged the following awards:

Robotics: 1st Place-Monique Ivy T. Reynon, Kylle Dennice S. Saligumba, and King Leomar B. Candava (Muntinlupa Science High School)

Applied Science: 1st Place-Julian Nadine Bacaron Luigi Cruz, Marielle Romina Manapat, with their trainer Mr. Jaso B. Albaro (Southernside Montessori School); 2nd Place-Richmond Obrero, Rizza Mae Peneyra, Mikaela Lozano, with their trainer Ma.Regael A. Olarte (Muntinlupa National High School); 3rd PlaceWenard E. Bermejo, Kimberly Louise S. Sale, and Jasmine Shan E. Cariaga (Lyceum of Alabang)

Food Security: 1st Place-Jessica Matalog, Ayessa Marie Remot, Renz Bersabe, with their trainer Ms. Ma. RegaeleA. Olarte (Muntinlpa National High School) Environmental Science: 1st Place-Dane Ivan Columbres, My Vlademaire Felix, and their trainer Ms. Ma. Regaele A Olarte (Muntinlpa National High School) 2nd Place-Aila Marie Barredo, Mysty Devanadera, Rouela Sandico, with their trainer Ms. Ma. RegaeleA. Olarte (Muntinlpa National High School); 3rd Place-Jaime Linette H. Macasinag, with trainer Webena F. Gerona (Muntinlupa Science High School)

Life Science: 1st Place-Johanna Caroline Banutan, Treschelle Bernando, Marie Rose Collado, with Ms. Ma. Regaele A. Olarte (Muntinlpa National High School); 2nd Place-Christian C. Pinoy, Jericho T. Moscosa, and Ms. Ma. Regaele A. Olarte (Muntinlpa National High School); 3rd Place-Charles Go, Bevirly P. Palma, Ross Gonzales, and their trainer Mr. Jason B. Albaro (Southernside Montessori School)

On-the-Spot Improvisation of Materials for Teachers: 1st Place- (Sci-Spi Robot-Muntinlupa National High School); 2nd Place-(Central Dogma Muntinlupa Business High School Sucat Annex); 3rd Place-(DLSZ’s#PaFall-De La Salle Zobel)

The said competition with the theme: Supporting Industries through Relevant and Institutional Research and Development, was carried out through the strong partnership between the Rotary Club of Muntinlupa North and SDO Muntinlupa. It specifically intended to promote students’ talents and scientific discoveries among learners, recognize the excellence, creativity, ingenuity of research to the scientific communities, and most specially to enhance the students and trainers’ technological and environmental literacy. Ms. Madeline Ann L. Diaz, Chief Education Program Supervisor, was delighted every time opportunity such as this occurs.

Aside from exposing learners to 21st Century learning, it also offers great deals of Science Research.