The education of the Filipino youth is everybody's concern. While government is tasked to provide free and quality education to every Filipino child and youth, the community where they grow is an important stakeholder in their education. The successful collaboration of all stakeholders is therefore pivotal in ensuring that Filipino children and youth go to school, remain in school and learn in school. It poses a great challenge to educational stakeholders.
Brigada Eswela, the program brought together teachers, parents and community members to work together in repairing and preparing public schools for school opening. In the spirit of bayanihan , private institutions/individuals and even the local government units.
The activity begins at 8:00 a.m. we conduct a simple opening program to set the mood and stimulate the enthusiasm among the volunteers.
The presence of Vice mayor Hon. Gonaranao Pacalundo, Hon. Qaharuddin “ Kahar” Lomondot Ali, Customs Ferdausi Usman Campong and volunteer students from La Salle Academy Abdul Jabbar Ali Maradial, Muhammad Yusoph Maradial Muti and other private individuals boost the morale of the other volunteers during the 1st day of our Brigada Eskwela in Nangka Elementary School.
All working committees perform their specific roles and responsibilities. Volunteers/ work teams deliver their committed services to ensure that all targeted repair and maintenance are done.
It is the policy of DepEd and the Adopt-A-School program to refrain from accepting cash donations. We make sure that cash donations are converted into materials before acknowledging receipt of such assistance.
New Volunteers may come to school at any time you like to help us.
Palakasin natin ang BAYANIHAN!
COME AND JOIN US ON OUR BRIGADA ESKWELA PLUS 2011!