PCC led its Educators and Personnel’s Day with a theme: “The Right to Education, The Right to Qualified Educators”. The celebration began with a Eucharistic Celebration and the PCC President, Fr.Orlin Ordoña emphasized in his homily the authenticity of teachers in touching children’s life. Followed by the opening ceremony and the program proper hosted by Mr. Gio Cruz and Ms. Mary Ann Amot.
After the opening, the hosts laid out the tributes, games and contestsprepared for the PCC Employees that they really admired and enjoyed. Paul Andrew Juanillo of Grade 11- San Fernando Pampanga presented a spoken poetry that overwhelmed his beloved teachers. The organizers also presented a video greeting from Mayor Vico Sotto.
There are a lot of games prepared during the event such as: Sing Mo ‘To! wherein the crowd have to sing if the microphone stopped in front of them; Cash-Yah! Kaya! is an exciting game with mind-boggling challenges because two teams have to bet in how many of their members can fit in a specific object such as a garbage bag and a hula-hoop.
One of the contests is called Best Jazzed-Up Denim, a contest for those who prepared their denims that would stand-out from the crowd.The most awaited part of the program was the Dance Contest in which every department has a representative; Grade School, Junior High School, Senior High School, College Department, and the Non-Teaching Support Personnel. All the employees had so much fun at the celebration.