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Toyota assists adopted school in 'New Normal' learning

Toyota assists adopted school in 'New Normal' learning

Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF) provides assistance to the students and teachers of Pulong Sta. Cruz Elementary School in transitioning to distance learning.

Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation (TMPF), the social and humanitarian arm of Toyota Motor Philippines Corporation (TMP), continue to support its adopted school, Pulong Sta. Cruz Elementary School (PSCES) as it transitioned into the new normal mode of learning. With pandemic guidelines disallowing lower education levels to hold face-to-face classes, PSCES shifted to online and modular learning. To support PSCES, Toyota donated 46 brand-new laptop computers for the individual use of teachers in preparing for and holding online classes. Moreover, a total of 4,000 printed Learning Modules were donated for use of students in the kindergarten, Grades 1 and 2 levels. The modules covered subjects in Mathematics, Music, Arts, Physical Education and Health (MAPEH), Edukasyon sa Pagpapakatao (ESP), and Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB-MLE). The printouts are distributed to parents of students every week and the accomplished sheets are submitted for teachers’ evaluation. To further support PSCES in its fight against COVID-19, other items such as thermal scanners, face shields, alcohol, antibacterial/germicidal soaps, disinfectant sprays, bleach solutions, disposable gloves, foot baths, spray tanks, and mops were also provided.

 

PSCES Principal Benjamin P. Ongteco, Jr. (3rd from left) receives the laptop computers
from TMPF Assistant Vice President Ronald Gaspar (2nd from left)

 

PSCES Principal Benjamin P. Ongteco, Jr. (left) receives the printed Learning Modules
from TMPF Assistant Vice President Ronald Gaspar.

 

PSCES Principal Benjamin P. Ongteco, Jr. (left) receives sanitation items
from TMPF Assistant Vice President Ronald Gaspar.