FPIP donates photocopying machines to schools in partner communities
With blended learning as the new normal for education, FPIP partnered with Ulango Integrated School, led by Principal Gladys Biscocho, and Pantay Integrated School, led by Principal Purificacion Agquiz, to turn over photocopying machines. These photocopying machines were sought to help produce education modules and teaching aids that would benefit a total of 53 teachers and 1, 407 students - helping them cope with the demands of both face-to-face and online learning.
The blended learning model is an initiative of DepEd as a solution to promoting learning continuity among students amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. FPIP eyes the opportunity of replicating this effort in other schools in the Sto. Tomas area.