Netizens Expressed Sympathy Towards Two Young Students Who Attend Face-to-Face Classes w/ Tattered Shoes
Two young students break the hearts of the online community after attending their face-to-face classes with tattered shoes.
The Facebook page “Publiko” has shared the heartbreaking photos of two young students who attend the physical classes with damaged shoes in Bacon, Sorsogon City. The post garnered various reactions from the online community.
Two students from Buenavista Elementary School in Bacon, Sorsogon City captured the hearts of the netizens after they were spotted wearing damaged foot wears during physical classes.
DepEd Bicol Asst. Regional Director Ronelo Al Firmo immediately provides brand new slipper for those kids. Firmo visited the school during that day to distribute slippers and school supplies.
Teacher Carmen Milane explained that she witnessed how the two pupils struggled with their foot wears but they were excited to return to the school after almost two years of lockdown.
Milane said that the poor boys might got their shoe damage for walking a couple of kilometers just to reach school. The two were living a little bit far from the school, which contributes to their burden.
Here is the teacher’s statement:
“Nasa upuan ‘yung isang bata. Nang pagdaan ko sa kanya, inaangat niya ang paa niya and nakita ko ‘yung medyas niya na lumalabas na sa sapatos niya. Talagang tumawa na ‘yung sapatos niya kasi ‘yung suot niya is balat.
Tapos sumunod naman na nagsabi sa akin ‘yung isa niyang kaklase, pinakita ‘yung sapatos niya na nakakabit pa nan konti ‘yung swelas pero tuluyan pa ring natanggal. Bumigay ‘yung suwelas.
Siguro bumigay ‘yung sapatos nila dahil sa paglalakad kasi medyo malayo din ang bahay nila sa school. And siguro dahil sa matagal na ring hindi nagagamit kasi di ba isang taon din silang hindi pumasok sa school.”
The school principal Norman Deladia has shared the photos to inspire other students to value education.
The social media users expressed their reactions to the post:
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