A teacher from Pamampangin Elementary School shares some of the literacy apps to her students.
PLDT Employees Credit Cooperative (PECCI) partners with PLDT wireless subsidiary Smart Communications (Smart) as they turned over a School-in-a-Bag in Pamampangin Elementary School in Lopez, Quezon. The campaign paved the way for School-in-a-Bag, an innovative learning tool, to be brought to the next level. It is the first School-in-a-Bag unit given by PECCI and fourth by Smart.
The Smart School-in-a-Bag contains a projector, DVD player, pocket Wifi, solar panels, and LED TV, a teacher’s laptop, and student tablets injected with digital educational platforms.
“Our partnership with Smart, through the School-in-a-Bag, is our way of going beyond work and doing what we can to provide better quality education to underserved communities. In PECCI, we believe that technology is an enabler that allows every generation to embrace and adapt in the digital age,” PECCI Director and Social Community Development Oversight Committee Head Miguel Dawis said.
A student carries the School-in-a-Bag unit.
Each School-in-a-Bag unit contains a projector, DVD player, pocket Wifi, solar panels, and LED TV, a teacher’s laptop, and student tablets injected with digital educational platforms. Over 290 students and a dozen teachers are the lucky beneficiaries of the School-in-a-Bag.
In photo are the PECCI members, Smart and PSF representatives as well as the teachers of Pamampangin Elementary School.
The School-in-a-Bag turnover initiative aims to alleviate the inadequacies in the Philippine education system and assist those who are in need. With this in mind, PECCI continuously reaches out to the underserved communities, especially those in the far-flung areas.
PECCI Director and Social Community Development Oversight Committee Head Miguel Dawis helps in the distribution of the PLDT Sack of Joy.
Moreover, PECCI also nominated Pamampangin Elementary School to be one of the beneficiaries of the PLDT Sack of Joy bags from the PLDT-Smart Foundation (PSF). The PLDT Sack of Joy bags were given to 150 students. In addition, PECCI also distributed 120 PLDT Sack of Joy bags to the children of Lubid ng Buhay in Gumaca, Quezon.