Published: 10:26 am April 4, 2022 | Updated: 10:26 am April 4, 2022
The FEU Roosevelt held a FaBOOlous HalloWIN competition where students are encouraged to wear their best Halloween look and write the creepiest horror story they can ever write.
Article by: Johanna P. Yanson
A virtual awarding ceremony at the FEU Roosevelt Cainta, Marikina and Rodriguez’s Facebook pages was conducted on October 30, 2021, from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m, which was hosted by Franz Dustin Antonio and Christine Joy Yanzon. The program was for the students who have competed in and received awards in the Halloween Costume and Halloween Flash Fiction Writing competitions.
The Project Head of the event, Mr. Karl Lyel Lim, gave the program’s opening remarks where he took the opportunity to express his gratitude to the parents and students who participated and supported the event. The Elementary Education Department’s Halloween Costume 2021 Parade of Creatures where images of participants from different FEUR campuses, Rodriguez, Cainta, and Marikina, respectively, were shown . Various spooky but cute entries from our Baby Tamaraws were seen in the virtual parade. Afterwards, the winners from the FaBOOlous HalloWIN contests were announced. The People’s Choice Award was given to Mindy Farala, Louise Alexa Agustin, and Prudel Cesar Paredes III, who was from FEUR Cainta. Meanwhile, the Top 3 pupils for the best and scariest Halloween costume were awarded to Elsa Dennise Lumaban (3rd place), Jezreel Josh Salvador (2nd place), and Daniel Jaye Dagohoy (1st place) who was from FEUR Cainta.
The winners from the Flash Fiction Writing Contest were announced after the intermission number that was performed by Jacky-Lyn Del Rosario. The winners are Jerico C. Lim in his story “The Imitationalist”(3rd Place); Athena Noriko Bulatao in her story “Enter, Belle” (2nd Place); and Aliyah Islam in her story “You’re Next” (1st Place) who was from FEUR Cainta.
John Michael Gonzales, the Marketing Admissions Manager of FEU Roosevelt, thanked everyone who was involved in the event, as well as the students who contributed and supported the program in his closing remarks.