The Malunggay Planting now a day is very important because it can also be used in the Supplementary Feeding Program in school and in community and is now used in different recipes to maintain the nutritional diet of the pupils.

           San Pablo Water District donated a drinking fountain to Bagong Pook Elementary School last June 27, 2009. This event has been witnessed by PTCA officers, Mrs. Elaine Pacis and our principal, Mrs. Aida S. Conde

           Every student in Bagong Pook Elementary School showed their gratitude to the generosity

of San Pablo Water District for their wonderful donation.

           It is a great opportunity to have drinking fountain in Bagong Pook Elementary School because of San Pablo Water District. The students in our school will now have better and cleaner water to drink.

DRINKING FOUNTAIN from San Pablo Water District

            Dep.Ed Memo # 33 Series 2009, reminded us once again about the Malunggay Planting. The revival of Malunggay Planting Project is due to our Global Financial Crisis and the Utilization of Malunggay at home in school.

            Malunggay or Moringa  has many uses. It is called the “Miraculous Plant” and considered as “Nature Medicine Cabinet” because of its usefulness.

            The fruit is good medicine for athritive pain. It strengthens our immune system, restore good skin condition, controls blood pressure, maintain diabetes

sugar level and cures tumor or ulcer.

            The fresh leaves ,gram for gram, fresh leaves contains about 4 times the Vitamin A of carrots, 7 times the Vitamin C of orange, 4 times the calcium of milk, 3 times the Potassium of bananas,¾ the iron of spinach and 2 times the Protein of yogurt.

             The dried leaves can be powdered. The grain for gram, dried leaves contain about 10 times the Vitamin A of carrots,½ the Vitamin C of oranges, 17 times the Calcium of Milk, 15 times the Potassium of Bananas, 25 times the Iron of Spinach and 9 times the Protein of  Yogurt.

The new drinking fountain showing sufficiency in drinkable water for Bagong Pook pupils, stands in front of the Narra tree, is donated by San Pablo City Water District on June 27, 2009.

Malunggay Planting Project

               We should adapt and utilize the Moringa Planting Project for The Children.


              Every year Bagong Pook Elementary School conducts a seminar to strengthen the relationship of the teachers and parents in helping the children’s performance in school. The teachers of primary and intermediate level are given the tasks to explain the assigned topic to discuss during the seminar. Mrs. Sharon Labajo, Grade VI adviser, shared the Study Habits of the Children. Mrs. Leah Carino, Grade V adviser, explained the Grading System of the pupils. Mrs. Marita B. Matulac, Grade IV adviser, discussed the Pupil Values.

Mrs. Lorena Gading’s, Grade III-A adviser, topic was Teachers and Parents’ Relationship. Mrs. Rhea Nebab, Grade III-B adviser, explained the Austerity Campaign. Mrs. Elaine Pacis, Grade II adviser, discussed the Rules and Regulations of the School and Mrs. Shirley Atienza, Grade I adviser, discussed Canteen Management.

           After they finished the topic there was an open forum to have an interaction between the teachers and parents who attended the seminar.