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Student to Teacher “Sir wala po akong pambili krayola sorry po” Over Unfinished School Work

A poor student apologized to teacher over unfinished school work saying “Sir wala po akong pambili krayola sorry po”.

A Facebook user named Velcher Castillo has posted the heartbreaking note of his poor student who can’t afford to buy a set of crayon. The heartbreaking post garnered various reactions from the online community.

Castillo has posted the photo of his student’s module who failed to finish its activity for having no crayons.  He said that his student even apologized to him for having no crayons and could not finish its school work.


The kind-hearted teacher gave a set of crayons to the student and explained that he understand the situation due to the coronavirus pandemic. He also encouraged the students to be courageous and strong.

The educator also found out that the students is just sharing WiFi with their neighbor. The student does not have its own internet connection.

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Here is the full post:

“This work from one of my students caught my attention.
“Sir wala po akong pambili ng krayola sorry po.”

Don’t be sorry, nak. I understand you. Here’s a box of crayons for you. Keep up the good work! See you when this pandemic finally ends. God bless and stay safe.😇

Para sa bawat estudyante, isang mahigpit na yakap. Kapit lang. Laban lang. Tuloy lang. Magkikita kita muli tayo. Know that your efforts are valid and appreciated. Kahit na at kahit pa. ❤”

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