Last February 15, the Claret Child Study Center had its annual Community Helper’s Day to pay tribute to the hard work, excellence, and good citizenship of our dedicated Community Helpers. Each student came to school dressed-up in his/her chosen community helper’s attire. The program started with a parade around the campus followed by a short assembly at the CSC lobby. Invited resource speakers from parent representatives and government agencies showcased their roles and duties in their respective professions. The classrooms were converted into different community places where the students interacted with the guest speakers.
In the morning, the Junior Nursery and Senior Nursery students experienced being little fire fighters as fire officers from the Bureau of Fire Protection shared about safety and protection. The students also had a first- hand experience of being a newscaster as Julliano Fernando Guiang, a Claretian alumnus and now a newscaster of PTV 4, showcased his profession. Similarly, a doctor, a lawyer, a graphic artist, and a veterinarian also shared to the students about their jobs.
Julliano Fernando Guiang, a Claretian alumnus and now a newscaster of PTV 4
Officers from the Bureau of Fire Protection (BFP)
On the other hand, the kindergarten students experienced a different exposure on how to care and protect God’s creation and how to ensure one’s safety. Representatives from the QC Environmental Protection and Waste Management Department talked about waste segregation and recycling while representatives from the Philippine National Police Station 9 discussed about protection from bullying and about children’s rights. Representatives from the Philippine Army focused on the protection of our country. Similarly, a martial arts instructor and an agriculturist also shared about their service to the community.
It was truly a fun-filled and meaningful occasion which the students enjoyed and will remember in their stay at the Claret Child Study Center.