TCAPS Celebrates United Nation’s Day


The purpose of the United Nations is to bring all nations of the world together to work for peace and development, based on the principles of justice, human dignity and the well-being of all people. The United Nations officially came into existence on 24 October 1945, when the UN Charter had been ratified by a majority of the original 51 Member States. The day is now celebrated each year around the world as United Nations Day.

To commemorate the occasion, TCAPS threw a social gathering for its students featuring a one full day of festivities and contests.

Before the big day,  children came for their dress rehearsal.

On our way to DHHA covered court wherein much of the activities took place.

Teacher Giselle with Miss Hawaii Roslin Encabo of Nursery who won the title for Darling of the Crowd

Grade 3 studes to the tune of “Lambada”

Contestants along with their parents await for the announcement of winners..

Parade of Nations. Pre-schoolers escorted by elementary graders

1st Runner-Up Ms. France, Samantha Savella (Kinder) and Mr. Korea, Julio Valderama. (nursery)

Ramp Modeling of Ms. France, Ms Netherland and Ms. USA.

TCAPS President Atty. Danilo B. Vargas delivering an inspirational message

2nd Runner-Up…Mr. Poland,Adrian Salim (Kinder) and Ms. Hawaii Roslin Encabo (Nursery)

Our Mr. & Ms United Nation winners…MJ J. Perez and Jayvee Jovenal…both are nursery students….

Teachers prepare the contestants for their modeling

Certificate of Appreciation were awarded by school president Atty. Vargas and Ms. Erchen to preschool contestants.

Mr & Ms. Photogenic Winners….Kyle Benedict Buena of Japan and Joxanee Gredonia of Puerto Rico….

Photos were submitted for the “Most Photogenic”……Judges Teacher Carol, Ms. Jessica Ceciliio, Ms. Erchen and Atty Danilo B. Vargas had the hard time choosing the winners

Teachers relaxing after the celebration

Selected Students from elem…in their opening Pray…”Power of your Love”…..

Lambada dancers with Teacher Ruby


Author: The Children's Ark Preparatory School

The Children’s Ark Preparatory School(TCAPS) believes that each child needs to grow and develop spiritually, emotionally and mentally to be a worthy member of its community and society.

5 thoughts on “TCAPS Celebrates United Nation’s Day

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