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The True Spirit of Bayanihan: Making TES an Eco-Friendly School By: Lorenz Joy Camacho

posted Feb 19, 2016, 6:53 AM by Edeliza Manalaysay


    If everyone helps to hold up the sky, then one person does not become tired.

    This quote from The Black Book of Proverbs is what the school stakeholders lived by as they unite to make the campus eco-friendly.

    Realizing the importance of having a safe environment, teachers, parents and pupils lend their helping hands in making garden decorations from recyclable materials such as old tires, plastic bottles, used CDs, tin cans, bottle caps and etc.

    This school project encouraged participation of parents and community members to transform the school to an environment-friendly area, where school children can have fun while learning and at the same time enjoy the clean and safe school surrounding.

    It is true that cooperation can make work a lot easier. Having this kind of project sparked the ‘bayanihan’ spirit of the stakeholders. It is very evident that they really exerted effort and did as much as they can to help the environment and beautify the school.

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