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Grade 10 Student Suffering from Poor Internet Signal Builds Tree House to Get Stable Connection for Online Class

A grade 10 student from Concepcion, Iloilo builds his own tree house just to get a stable internet connection for his online class.

Over the past few months, a lot of students are complaining regarding the poor and slow internet connection in the country, which affects their online classes. Poor network signal has been one of the major problems in the country over the past few years.

Recently, one kid in Iloilo come up with an idea on how he could get a good internet connection to prevent interruption during his online class.

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Mayor Raul Banias has shared the photos of a young boy who builds his own tree house at the top of an Aratiles tree. He was amazed on how the kid took an initiative to get a good network signal for his distance learning.

Banias identified the grade 10 student as Jun, a resident of Talotoan Elementary School. Jun is struggling with the poor internet connection in the area so he decided to build a tree house to get a stable connection.

The tree house helped the young student to focus on studying with a stable network connection.

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According to Jun’s mother, the kid is just staying at the tree house most of the time to complete his school works. Jun also avoid going outside and choose to remain atop of the tree to avoid exposure to the coronavirus disease.

The online community lauded the kid for his initiative and determination to learn:

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