Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! - VIC­TO­RIA M. TAN

School is an as­so­ci­a­tion that de­liv­ers ed­u­ca­tion. It is an in­sti­tu­tion where teach­ers pur­sue the knowl­edge for stu­dents’ devel­op­ment and progress. How­ever, it is not only the teach­ers who could con­trib­ute to the suc­cess of stu­dents but it should be with the help of par­ents.

Par­ents’ par­tic­i­pa­tion in school ac­tiv­i­ties is ex­tremely im­por­tant. It is vi­tal that schools and par­ents work to­gether to meet the needs of pupils. Most of the re­search stud­ies show that when schools work to­gether with fam­i­lies to sup­port learn­ing, chil­dren tend to suc­ceed not only in school but through­out life. Par­ents and teach­ers are in need of each other’s sup­port. Not only is par­ents’ in­volve­ment nec­es­sary for op­ti­mum learn­ing of pupils, but schools also need par­ents to help up­lift the stu­dent’s morale as well as aca­demic per­for­mance. Com­pas­sion­ate em­pow­ered par­ents make a teacher’s work eas­ier. When par­ents view the school as invit­ing, they pro­duce good pub­lic re­la­tions and ad­vo­cates for the school which is ben­e­fi­cial for both par­ties.

Par­ents’ in­volve­ment ben­e­fits stu­dents since when par­ents and teach­ers work suc­cess­fully to­gether; they rekin­dle the learn­ers’ en­thu­si­asm for prob­lem solv­ing, life’s chal­lenges, etc. More so, teach­ers who have great re­luc­tance to en­cour­age par­ents boost them to play a more ac­tive role in school af­fairs. Schools can­not stand alone with­out the help of the par­ents. The par­ents’ mo­ti­va­tion to at­tend school ac­tiv­i­ties in­cludes op­por­tu­ni­ties to take part in de­ci­sion-mak­ing about the school pro­gram. Let us al­ways en­gage par­ents in school mat­ters and let them feel their value as stake­hold­ers.

In com­pli­ance with Sec­tion 5 of R.A. 9048, a no­tice is hereby served to the pub­lic that has filed with this of­fice, a pe­ti­tion for from to in the Birth Cer­tifi­cate

who was born Cand­aba, Pam­panga and whose

and of on born par­ents are

La­cani­lao. TONY LA­CANI­LAO CHANGE CALMONA OF FIRST NAME "TO­MAS" “TONY" TO­MAS LA­CANI­LAO CALMONA March 7, 1963 Mar­cial Sagum Calmona Julita Roque

Any per­son ad­versely af­fected by said pe­ti­tion may file his writ­ten op­po­si­tion with this Of­fice not later than Seven (7) days af­ter the com­ple­tion of pub­li­ca­tion pe­riod


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