Operation Blessing joins DepEd for Brigada Eskwela 2017


DAVAO CITY – Operation Blessing Foundation Philippines Inc., (OB) supported Department of Education (DepEd)’s kick-off ceremony of Brigada Eskwela in Calinan National High School, Calinan District on Monday.

Photo by Ms. May Abenoja, Teacher, Calinan National High School

Also known as National School’s Maintenance Week, the Brigada Eskwela aims to bring together all the education stakeholders to participate and contribute their time, effort and resources to prepare public school facilities ready for the opening of the school year this June.

“This is not simply (about) attendance but the message here is we are preparing the school for the future of the children. I think the private sector also touches the hearts of everyone that we are doing this for we value education,” Department of Education (DepEd) XI spokesperson Jenielito Atillo said.

Photo by Ms. Juvs Arsaga, Teacher, Calinan National High School

As early as 6 in the morning, the program kicked off and volunteers started cleaning up, repairing and repainting the school facilities.

Aside from the said activities, OB treated the 300 incoming students of the said school to a feeding program in the morning. It also conducted free medical check-up to 17 people and dental services to 41 individuals.

Volunteer dentists

“Salamat sa DepEd at Operation Blessing na kahit na malayo ang lugar namin, pinuntahan pa din kami para matulungan. Salamat po,” 16-year-old Glaiza, a student of Calinan National High School, said after having her tooth extracted through OB and DepEd’s health services.

Glaiza, a student from Calinan National High School, had her tooth extracted at the dental mission held by OB.

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(as of August 1, 2015)

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