SLSC, Besong Saddle ES affiliated in a community involvement program
SAINT Louis School (SLS) Incorporated Center High School Department and Besong Saddle Elementary School (BSES) affiliated in a Community Involvement Program after Mrs. Brenda C. Ignacio, the CIP coordinator, personally visits BSES on February 7, 2018 to offer their schools’ Community Involvement Program (CIP).
The Community Involvement Program (CIP) serves as a significant aspect in the school curriculum. It serves as an avenue for the school to develop holistic formation in the learners. It has this objective to develop learners’ missionary spirit, develop empathy and respect which leads to love, develop life-giving relationships with others and relate with and learn from God’s beloved children.
Besong Saddle Elementary School affiliated with the project as it agrees with their schools goal to offer chances for the learners to be actively engaged and share responsibility for developing life-long learners. It is also because of the opportunity for the learners to relate with and learn from one another. The joy of taking part for Community Involvement Program can develop the bayanihan spirit to the learners and open their eyes about the need for harmony in social relationships.
The first activity of the CIP is the Social Interaction between the SLS Grade 12 Engineering and Mathematics Department class and the BSES learners on March 19, 20 & 22. The Social Interaction is a three day activity with https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/noaa-n/climate/climate_weather.html
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“It is inspiring and encouraging seeing students like us trying their best to interact and entertain us,” said Kyla Faith Emmanuel, Supreme Pupil Government (SPG) President. “We promise to do our best in our studies so that we can help the community in the future,” she added.