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Parents in Bataan prepare prerequisites for educational aid payout

On Friday, parents of students in a local public elementary school began gathering the necessary documents to apply for the Department of Social Welfare and Development’s educational support (DSWD).

Parents arrived at Samal South Elementary School in Barangay Sta. Lucia, at the crack of dawn on Friday, requested a certificate of enrollment/registration and, if available, a school ID, two of the required documents.

One of the parents, April Maninang, stated that she was asking the school for the enrollment certificates of two of her four children in order to receive educational support.

“Nito is a very good bag for me. Unang-una in regard to the various pangangailangan that involve using bats and their own pan-araws. This is a huge benefit for us in terms of our finances for our children. First, for my kids’ daily costs and their school supplies. It is a significant issue for my children’s budget, the mother said in an interview.

A certificate of indigency based on one of the listed categories and the claimant’s current government ID is additional documentation that must be submitted with the DSWD’s Educational Assistance for Student-In-Crisis application.

Beginning on August 20, 2022, the paperwork will be delivered to the DSWD extension office in Barangay Palihan in Hermosa in Bataan, where the payout will be made every Saturday.

The dates for payouts are August 20 and July 27 and September 3, 10, and 24.

For elementary school, PHP 1,000, for high school, PHP 2,000, for senior high school, PHP 3,000, and for vocational/college, PHP 4,000 are provided as financial aid.

In contrast, the Samal South Elementary School offered free haircuts to a chosen group of students in advance of the start of school on Monday.

The “Libreng Gupit para sa Bulilit ng Samal South Elementary School” project was conducted in Barangay Sta. Lucia on the school’s covered court.

Police officers are present throughout the province and can be seen working on “Brigada Eskwela” school readiness projects.

“Brigada Pagbasa” and the re-painting of a public elementary school are two recent initiatives launched by the Samal Municipal Police Station under the direction of its police chief Major Jimmy Albert Decin.

In collaboration with the school’s administrator, Myrah Esconde, station staff visited and read books to the young students of Gugo Elementary School on Thursday as part of Brigada Eskwela/Brigada Pagbasa.

This is intended to help kids, and their parents get ready for the start of face-to-face sessions in the upcoming school year, according to Decin.

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