Reading Camp held for barangay kids

 

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Over 20 children, from 4 to 12 years old of nearby Barangay 58 participated in the MCU Basic Education Department and the MCU Parent Teachers’ Association Summer Reading Camp last April 30, 2015 at the Learning Resource Center. The children enjoyed fun activities such as coloring, storytelling, song and dance contests, and other games while learning.

“Masaya po dito sa MCU at may natututunan kami,” Janna Marielle Antonio, 12, said. “Kaysa wala pong ginagawa sa bahay (It’s fun here in MCU and we are learning, rather than doing nothing at home).”

The event was conducted as part of the Summer Community Activities that aims to strengthen MCU’s involvement and relationship with the community.

“It’s really a delight for us to see the happy faces of the children,” Grade School Teacher Michelle Casidsid said. “The experience was priceless.”

The camp was also made possible with the help of the High and Grade School Student Council members and teacher–volunteers from the Basic Education Department.