Paco ES re­mains child friendly school

Sun.Star Baguio - - Speak Out - Elsie S. Cer­vantes

PACO El­e­men­tary School main­tains be­ing a child friendly school through var­ied in­no­va­tions as fol­lows:

1. The school is on the go on Gu­layan sa Paar­alan since she won the first place dur­ing the con­test of Gu­layan sa Paar­alan, Benguet Di­vi­sion, five years back. The school gar­den pro­duces forty va­ri­eties of veg­etable within the school year. This var­i­ties in­cludes alug­bati, as­para­gus, Chi­nese peachay, and many more to men­tion.

The said sup­ply of veg­etable are sold for school fund. Other har­vest are cooked for meals on oc­ca­sions. Some­times the veg­eta­bles are cooked as viand for stu­dents and teach­ers who eat at lunch time in the school.

2. Beau­ti­fi­ca­tion and con­struc­tion of in­fra struc­ture to im­prove our school.

The eight room build­ing of the school are painted with dif­fer­ent color. In­side the school cam­pus is an eat­ing park where chil­dren set their eat­ing agenda.

Not so far from the fence that sur­rounds the school is a small for­est thicken with Gmelina, star ap­ple tree, guava and le­mon grasses.

3. As to Proper hy­giene and safety health: Our school has suf­fi­cient and clean source of wa­ter that even dur­ing sum­mer, this will not dry be­cause the wa­ter shed grow ro­bustly through proper care.

4. The school can­teen strictly chooses nu­tri­tious food to be sold like cham­po­rado and other indige­nous take in.

5. So­cial gath­er­ing is also prac­tice on sched­uled bases whereby the PTA will share their wor­ries and vic­to­ries to one an­other.

Ku­dos to all those who served as our school head es­pe­cially to Ma’am Noreen Espenocilla. Keep on!

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