Poyopoy Elementary School called for its third general Brigada Eskwela which was conducted last April 8, 2024. Parents willingly sacrificed their time for the said activity. Hand in hand they worked together in finishing the pathway going to the school’s income generating project for easier access in watering the plants. Some parents also cleaned the school premises and the school gulayan. The materials used were collaboratively donated by Felvic Enterprises, Barangay Council and Sir Rodolfo Serran (a retired police officer). Generally, conducting school-based Brigada Eskwela focuses on the specific needs and priorities of the school.

It is a collaborative effort involving students, parents, teachers, school administrators, and the local community. The school community comes together to address various maintenance and improvement, such as repairing classrooms, cleaning up the school grounds, repainting structures, fixing furniture and equipment, upgrading facilities and others. The program encourages active participation from all stakeholders, emphasizing the importance of collective responsibility in creating a conducive and safe learning environment. Students and parents often work side by side with teachers and school staff, fostering a sense of ownership and pride in the school.

School-based Brigada Eskwela not only focuses on physical improvements but also on building relationships and promoting community engagement. It provides an opportunity for collaboration between the school and the local community, allowing them to work together towards a common goal of enhancing the school’s facilities and promoting quality education. Through school-based Brigada Eskwela, participants develop a sense of unity, teamwork, and civic responsibility. It also cultivates values such as volunteerism, cooperation, and solidarity, which are essential for nurturing a sense of community among the school stakeholders.

Overall, school-based Brigada Eskwela plays a vital role in improving the quality of education and enhancing the overall school experience for students. It showcases the power of collective action and community involvement in improving educational institutions and creating a positive learning environment for students. By working together, schools can make a significant impact on the quality of education and contribute to the holistic development of students.
Venilyn S. Patras

Amianan Balita Ngayon