gadget donations 1To help underprivileged scholars with their remote learning, the Philippine Science High School (PSHS) Foundation, through the Walang Maiiwan Project, and the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) of PSHS-CVisC donated several gadgets to the school.

There were a total of eight Lenovo laptops and six Huawei tablets provided by the PSHS Foundation and the PTA respectively.

With the health risks imposed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the PSHS System opted for remote and blended learning throughout the school year. All instructions and assessments are undertaken online through a learning management system.

gadget donations 2“With the sudden shift in our learning modality, we need to address the inevitable problems that confront our underprivileged students. The mere thought of students putting their education on hold because of the absence of resources is heartbreaking. I am profoundly grateful to the PSHS Foundation and the PTA for this act of generosity. PSHS-CVisC is strongly committed to ensuring that no learner will be left behind,” said Dr. Rachel Luz V. Rica, the campus director.

Earlier this school year, PSHS-CVisC, in partnership with the PTA, caravanned to different places in Central Visayas to distribute textbooks to the students.