1st EP/MEP National Open House: Filipino Trainers Top Skit Contest


BANGKOK, Thailand – Filipino English teachers have wrapped up the historic 1st EP/MEP National Open House Academic and Skill Competitions on a high note, garnering top awards for their respective schools in Skit – Senior High School Category.

On top of the heap is Mr. Lee Tristan Bajo, a Filipino Teacher at Piyamaharachalai in Nakhon Phanom, who trained the team that bagged the 1st place in Skit competition. His team earned an impressive 95. 25 mark from the four judges and bested all the other groups coming from different English Program (EP) schools all over Thailand.

The team from Kanlayaneesithammarat School in Nakhon Si Thammarat province clinched the fourth (4th) place. The team was coached by Ms. Geraldine Pugoy, another Filipino teacher who was also a member of the panel of judges of the skit competition.

The team from Phitsanulok Pittayakom School who earned the 8th spot in the competition is also a Filipino while the team from Lachaburikanukhro School is coached by Mr. Romeo T. Ordon, Jr.

The Pinoy Legacy has obtained a copy of the Skit competition results for both Junior High School and Senior High School categories, but not the copy of the trainers’ names. Therefore, the list below is incomplete.

This is a developing story, so we are calling the Filipino trainers and coaches of the schools in the list to contact us so we can give you due credit for your hard work, dedication and for bringing honor to our tribe in the 1st EP/MEP National Open House Academic and Skill Competitions.

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Note: If you have photos of you and your students during, before or after the skit, send them over on our FB page to include them on this post.

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Lorenzo is a full time English Language Teacher to high school students in Phitsanulok. He reads and travels for self-enrichment. He also writes at khunkrupinoy.com where he shares his struggles and joys of being a teacher in Thailand for almost a decade now.