THE San Fernando Elementary School’s Learners with Special Educational Needs (LSEN) received equipment from Quota International (QI) of Pampanga Friday, May 24, as part of their Balik Eskwela Program.
The program is aimed at helping students will special needs as they start their school year this June.
Leading the program launching were QI Pampanga president Vilma Dungo and officers of QI Pampanga. They were also joined by Regional Director Zelinda Soto as they turned over three ceiling fans, three 43” flat screen LED TV, school supplies, five Tornado mops, and 30 chairs.
Dungo said the equipment will enable the school to meet its needs in serving the students.
QI Pampanga's partnership with San Fernando Elementary School is the second of its kind in the city. QI of Pampanga has a long partnership with Pampanga High School. Quota helped develop their special education program for the deaf and hearing-impaired, which is one of the few in the area for high school students.
From 2011-2013, Quota of Pampanga began a project to build the Sped building in the City of San Fernando. Since then, QI of Pampanga has been active in giving donations and addressing other educational needs of the students. The club is now focused on assisting the students of San Fernando Elementary School’s Sped program.
The club had also donated two new computer units and school supplies for the class.
QI of Pampanga is active in programs for disadvantaged children, bringing donations for the Sped class, among others.
Quotarians are known especially for their service to the deaf, hard-of-hearing, and speech-impaired individuals and poor women and children.
Quota members share the values of serving and encouraging others, developing friendships, and promoting international understanding.