Classroom Project of Don Bosco San Jose

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Barangay Malasin, San Jose City, Nueva Ecija

Don Bosco San Jose has been serving the youth of Nueva Ecija and its adjacent provinces for the last 24 years. Its humble beginning started with a handful of students that grew in a steady manner in the passing of years. At present the Training Center can accommodate only a little over a hundred (100+) student due to the limitations in our structures. There is a single lecture room – a big hall – where classes are conducted. If there is a need for a focus discussion by courses (4 courses) the students and instructors are forced to find a place in their crowded workshop. We make do with what we have but the conditions and the facilitation of the students learning are compromised. Learning becomes difficult.

To address this issue we surveyed our structures for possible sites for these classrooms. After evaluating and searching we decided that this plan can be realized by renovating the existing extension structure of the workshop. This improvised extension has been utilized for various purposes – for lectures, project presentations, laboratory, and workshop – in the past years but have been shabbily constructed. This extended structure has improvised roofing without ceilings and the walls are simply made of steel bars that serve as dividers and where shop equipments are also kept. Moreover, the adjacent shop are often too noisy which hampers the lecture in the said extension. By renovating this site into well-built classrooms with proper walling, insulation and ventilation according to the prescribed classroom specifications we hope to facilitate better learning for our students.

With the help of Your Kids My Kids Foundation, Inc. we wish to realize this dream. We hope that the funds that the foundation will be allocating for this project will suffice to build two standard classrooms – particularly for the Welding and the Motorcycle courses. We believe that the construction of these additional classrooms will significantly raise the learning process of our students.

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