It’s back to school again! Our Cabuyao Children’s Center’s teachers conducted a Parent and Children Screening in preparation for the start of the school year.
Teachers geared up for the screening with their welcoming smile and ready to serve stance. It was a busy yet productive day for our teachers.
We appreciate the eagerness of the parents who brought their kids to us for the screening. This school year will be another great opportunity for all of us, especially to our young students.
He may look strict and authoritative but inside him is a kind heart that breaks in silence each time you
fail and make mistakes.
Our salute to all the men out there who are working hard to be a good father to their children! We hope
this Father’s Day is your very best by far.
Our national hero Dr. Jose Rizal once said that men are born equal, naked and without chains. They were not created by God to be enslaved, neither were they endowed with intelligence in order to be misled, nor adorned with reason to be fooled by others.
Bullets destroyed Rizal, but his brilliant mind destroyed an empire. His words planted the seed of inspiration, courage and heroism on the hearts of every Filipino soldier who battled against the tyranny of the Spaniards. And the freedom that was stolen from us, was taken back by our heroes. On this day in history, June 12, 1898, was the day that finalized the end of slavery and oppression.
We are born equal and free. Today, we celebrate the 117th year of our freedom.
It will be another fruitful year of learning. This back to school, F. Limcaoco Foundation welcomes the budding doctors, teachers, executives, engineers, or nurses of the future. Whatever their career would be, we are here and we are honored to witness how they start to learn and discover their potentials.
We cannot wait to see the new faces that will fill the class of F. Limcaoco Foundation Kindergarten and the Cabuyao Children’s Center. The home of learning is now set to hold another exciting milestone for our budding young students.
The students who were able to manage their studies despite the financial challenges will not be left unrecognized. We have deep appreciation to those who work hard to finance their needs in school. This school year, F. Limcaoco Foundation will once again show its high recognition to those working students who were able to graduate college. At the end of the line awaits the Gawad Felix H. Limcaoco Jr. for that chosen graduating working student of the Pamantasan ng Cabuyao.
F. Limcaoco Foundation cares about the future hopes. Through this simple message, we encourage the parents to send their kids to school. We are also looking forward to see more aspiring students this year. No matter how hard the challenges can be, you can all make it!
The F.Limcaoco Foundation together with Luzon Devt Bank (LDB) participated in the Adopt-A-School Program wherein, private sector companies and professionals are given the opportunity to help the public education sector.
For this school year, DepEd launched the National Schools Maintenance Week starting from May 18-23, 2015, dubbed as Brigada Eskwela wherein, teachers, parents and community members worked together in repairing and preparing public schools for the opening of classes.
Help was extended through donations of cleaning materials and refreshments. Moreover, volunteers from LDB provided manpower in the clean up program. This year’s Brigada Eskwela activity was held at the Cabuyao Central School.
We’re looking back to those grateful smiles that welcomed us despite the misfortunes that were lashed out into them by “Habagat”.
What we have here is a reminder of the past by which our strength and unity were tested through by the acts of nature. It was hard and devastating, and despite all that, we did not compound in the failures we saw that day, we rose from it with hopes in our hearts.
To our brothers and sisters in Barangay Bigaa, we hope and pray you are doing great.
March 30, 2015 marks the Graduation Day of the Kindergarten Class at the F. Limcaoco Foundation, Inc. in Cabuyao City, Laguna. Graduate student Vivien Mae G. Jaupico of K- Cassiel (morning class) was awarded Most Behaved, Most Obedient and Most friendly. Her parents, Mr. Bienvindo Jaupico and Mrs. Ivy Jaupico stood tall and proud throughout the ceremony.
The family presently rents a space in a modest house together with other families along the railroad tracks behind the Cabuyao Central Public School at Juan Luna St, Brgy. 2, Cabuyao City. Vivien’s father Mang Bien works as a laborer in a local carnival touring around Batangas, Cavite, and Laguna. He also sidelines as a tricycle driver during slow days in the carnival. To supplement income, he has resorted into goat raising. On the other hand, Vivien’s mother Ate Ivy is a fulltime housewife.
All of the three girls in the family went to F. Limcaoco Foundation’s Kindergarten School. Allaiza Mae, now eight years old, graduated in 2011. She is now a Grade 4 student at the Cabuyao Central School. Vivian Mae, now seven years old, graduated in 2013, and is now in Grade of the same school of her sister Allaiza.
According to the couple, they learned through a cousin who shared with them about the F. Limcaoco Foundation’s Kindergarten School that is well known in Cabuyao for providing high standard of education with emphasis in Math and English to deserving students. Three times availing of the scholarship grant for their daughters, to their delight, they were only asked to shoulder the books of their young students which amounted to P1, 300 per school year per child.
All told, indeed the F. Limcaoco Foundation made a difference in this family’s life.