2011 National Science Club Month (NSCM) Celebration
The Philippine Society of Youth Science Clubs (PSYSC) announces the holding of the 2011 National Science Club Month (NSCM) Celebration for science clubs in all elementary and secondary schools nationwide pursuant to Presidential No. 264, which declares September of every year as the National Science Club Month (NSCM). This year's theme is "CHEMERGY: Chemistry and Science Clubbing in Synergy". The theme means the power of cooperation of chemistry and science in working together to produce a result not obtainable by chemistry alone or by science alone. They need each other in order to produce a certain kind of result. Thus without the other one, the desired result cannot be achieved. As part of the 2011 National Science Club Month (NSCM) celebration, the PSYSC will conduct the following activities:
CHEMERGY: Chemistry and Science Clubbing in Synergy (picture)
National Science Clubs Summit - a mini camp for high school students
Regional Sites: Pangasinan, Laguna, Bicol, Capiz, Cebu, Pagadian, Koronadal and Cagayan de Oro.
PSYSC Science Olympiad - a quiz competition for both elementary and secondary students
September 3 (National Eliminations)
September 24 (National Finals)
Regional Sites: Pangasinan, Isabela, Olongapo, Kaguna, Bicol, Capiz, Cebu, Pagadian, Koronadal, Cagayan de Oro, Butuan and Quezon City
MathSciaKa - an engineering science competition for public and private elementary and high school students
This year's celebration aims to:
provide a venue for learning science, technology and environment outside the four (4)walls of the classroom;
foster camaraderie and develop leadership skills among the science clubbers; and
encourage active participation of students and teachers in the National Science Club Month Celebration and hence, the Science Clubbing Movement.
For more information, contact the PSYSC National Office at Unit 703, West Mansions Condominium, Nayong Kanluran, Quezon City at telephone no.: (02) 332-8151 or send a message through e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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I think slogan na rin yung theme. Poster na lang ang kelangan siguro. Pero try mo pa rin itong slogan" Sa batang maalam , wastong pamamahayag ay iginagalang". Try a symbolic drawing of a kid with a light bulb head making "mano" to a lolo with a "book" body. The light bulb signifies intelligence while the book denotes information or pamamahayag. The blessing part denotes pag-galang. You may also want to try using a newspaper instead of the book. Gud luck.
jet,tnx sa ibinigay mong slogan, nka'3rd place ako!,..hehe,.pwede bang humingi ulit ako ng slogan at poster., the theme is "Bright Child ay Siguraduhin Responsableng Pamamahayag ay Palawakin."tnx po ulit
Ngek, Krhriz! hehe. Bakit kelangan ng word number limit? Maganda kasi sa slogan may konting rhyme para masarap pakinggan, Although the one I gave Donn started with a verb, I don't think he will share it kasi contest yata yun. Looks like you are asking for a tagline kaya short lang. Parang "It's more fun in the Phil." type which is not really a slogan. hehe. Sori my friend,I don't think I can think of any more. Dun palang sa words na science, technology and innovation eh 3 words na yun. paki tanong sa teacher nyo kung bakit. heheerick Banares
im confused with the description. Are we referring to the "chemistry club" and the "science club" in synergy or are we referring to the subjects, Chemistry and Science that we intend to synergize in the event? Why are we treating the two as separate elements that need to be in synergy when we understand that Chemistry is already a science and that some sciences embody already chemistry. Perhaps the confusion lies on the description and i think it would be best to cite an example that clearly shows the importance of one without the other.