Catanduanes School Helps Students Who Can’t Answer Modules Due to their Difficult Situation
Catanduanes School takes immediate action to help the students who can’t answer their self-learning modules.
Summit Elementary School in Viga, Catanduanes takes an immediate action to help the students who can’t answer their modules for distance learning. The students failed to answer their modules because their parents were busy at work.
The Catanduanes residents rely on Abaca farming but the devastating effects of Typhoon Rolly severely affects their livelihood. The students are also helping their parents at the farm disabling them to answer their modular learning materials.
“Noong nakaraang mga buwan meron kaming bayaning guro na sumuporta doon sa mga walang tumutulong sa mga bahay sa pag-aaral,” Summit Elementary School head Jose Aguinillo said.
Several teachers took initiative to assist the students who need help to answer their modules. The school personnel were also doing their best to distribute and retrieve the modules from the students.
Typhoon Rolly also destroyed three out of eight classrooms of Summit Elementary School. Luckily, the modules are safe because it was covered with plastic materials and all are still usable.
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