Monday, June 29, 2015

Kasambuhan Village ES Receives 60 Pieces of Bag from AAI

Kasambuhan Village Elementary School headed by Nur-aisha A. Gonzales, Principal - I received sixty pieces of bag from Asia America Initiative headed by President Albert Santoli last May, 2015. KVES is the oldest recipient school of AAI in Indanan South District as witnessed by the District In-Charge, Samoore S. Ladjahali. Nur-aisha A. Gonzales, the school principal made the distribution of bag in a first-come-first-server basis to avoid jealousy among the incoming enrollees of Kasambuhan Village Elementary School. Since May, 2015 was the season for the conduct of Brigada Eskwela, she gave priority to the learners whose parents were in much participation and involvement in the implementation of the six-day Brigada Eskwela 2015. Those school children were greatly coming from Kindergarten and Grade 1 pupils who were officially enrolled in KVES.

As appeared on the thumbnail photo of this blog, faces of primary learners glittered with much delightfulness and their pride to raise the white bag painted with bold AAI acronym. Definitely, they were all full of energy to to attend their respective classes because of the bag supplies from Albert Santoli. Similarly, their parents were also proud of their school children receiving such supplies from foreign donors like Mr. Santoli and his educational partners around the world. They intensely felt the value of children's education shown by those American supporters in pursuit of quality education. 

KVES has already possessed lots of educational supplies from the noble organization of Santoli, the AAI since the very start of its adoption as AAI recipient school in Indanan South District. Those educational assistance can be categorized into such instructional materials, equipments, utensils, appliances, multimedia, foods, medicines, cash, infrastructure projects, etc. Santoli's intimacy with KVES brought about the expansion of AAI educational supports to other schools in ISD like Timbangan Elementary School, Bunot Elementary School, Poblacion Elementary School, Mukammali Elementary School and Pasil Elementary School. In case of the above-mentioned bag supplies, AAI extended its supplies as far as other recipient schools of ISD. However, accurate data have not yet gathered by the DIC for district documentation like this KVES. In sha Allah, it will come soon to appear in this bloggers site of DOC Liners of ISD. It is truly a pleasure of the DIC to show AAI educational endeavors in ISD not just in local, regional, national but until international level.

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