Teachers provide learning opportunities to students through distance learning– the new mode of education and to support and acknowledge their efforts in creating educational content in time for the opening of classes, Hedcor distributed P150,000 worth of school supplies to schools in La Trinidad, Benguet.
Bineng Elementary School, Bodiweng Elementary School and Bineng National High School received the school supplies from Hedcor where a bulk of which were bond papers for the printing of Self-learning modules (SLMs) and envelopes.
“Education in the new normal is not only through online classes. The SLMs are aligned to the learning competencies that can surely cater to the needs of our students. Production of these SLMs is costly and the donation of Hedcor will surely ensure the continuous learning of our students,” says Mrs. Grace Calatab, Principal of Bineng Elementary School.
Arron Andawi, Hedcor’s External Relations Supervisor furthered that education has not been spared from the pandemic and that it is a collaborative effort of all sectors with Hedcor in full support to ensure that the learning of our students will be catered amidst this crisis.
Hedcor has always been dedicated in providing sufficient and comfortable learning venues, making it the community’s partner to quality education and children’s well-being. It allows every community a chance to achieve their dreams and pay forward to their towns in the future.
Strict precautionary measures as mandated by the government and that of Hedcor’s were strictly enforced during the distribution.
Hedcor, a run-of-river hydropower arm of AboitizPower, operates 22 plants across the country, 11 of which is in Luzon. Hedcor currently has a total installed capacity of 227.36 MW of Cleanergy, AboitizPower’s brand for clean and renewable energy.