Mom Shares Son’s Report Card “Super proud ako kay kuya”
A proud mom has shared her son’s report card after failing to receive an honor “Super proud ako kay kuya”.
A Facebook user named “Rubie-ann Santonia Dayap” has shared a photo of her son’s report card for the first quarter. The photo circulates online and earned reactions from netizens.
Dayap narrated she had three kids; Grade 2, 3 and 4. Two of them have honors but her eldest son failed to get an academic award. She decided to share her son’s report card because of his core values.
Rubie covered her son’s grades but flexed the ratings of the teacher to his core values. The young kid received “AO” or “Always Observed” in all aspects. It shows that the kid observes good traits at all times.
The woman advised her fellow parents not to pressure their kids to get high grades. She also said that having a good character is better than getting high grades.
Here is the full post:
“First time ko po mag share dito, at dahil first evaluation for first quarter puro pataasan ng mga grades ang napapansin ko… Meron po ako 3 kids, grade-2,3,4… Yung dalawa ko pong anak ay with honors, c kuya nila ay hindi nakapasok sa with honors pero as parent ay napakasaya ko pa rin po at super proud ako kay kuya kahit hindi sya nakasali sa With honors. Sa mga grades nila, hindi ko po masyado pinapansin ang academics kasi walang deal sa akin ang grades, ang tinitignan ko po ay ung grades nila sa LEARNER’S OBSERVED VALUES…napansin ko na halos AO, isa na lng ang SO…mas importante po sa akin ito kesa sa mataas na grado, ibig sabihin lang na ok ang CORE VALUES ni kuya…
Sa mga magulang po, wag lng po tayo sa grades nila sa academic magfocus para hindi po ma-pressure ang ating mga anak… Character matters most than high grades.”
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