CLARK AIRBASE — In the life of every student, it is said that learning takes place when there’s a desire to know and understand things. While some have specific interests and focus, others consume knowledge from wherever or however students are passionate about to learn.
The learning process though can be most effective if the environment is conducive for learning. Students should be at an institution designed to provide learning spaces and environment for teaching under the direction and care of dedicated teachers that oversee and manage the academic requirements, more so with the morale and discipline of the students.
As we welcome the students for the face-to-face classes after a very long while due to the devastating effect of the global pandemic, the Air Logistics Command conducted Brigada Eskwela on Sept. 2 at the Lakandula Elementary School in Dau, Mabalacat City and Gueco Balibago Elementary School in Angeles City. Paints and painting materials, fabricated trash bins were given to help the school in minor repair works and maintain the premises. Bread product, courtesy of Breadtalk Philippines Inc., one of the stakeholders of the Command which has been part of its outreach programs, were also distributed.
The Command hopes that through this modest endeavor, it has helped to project hope and inspiration for others to lend a hand to those who are in need, for the students to have a better place, safe and conducive for learning. That through this ideal environment, students would have smiles on their faces and at the same time this institution of knowledge would help them grow and guide them to embark on a new horizon and better future ahead.