This year’s Brigada Eskwela is entirely different as compared to prior years. Brigada Eskwela deviated from the traditional concept of physical cleaning, painting, repainting, and doing minor repairs in schools and instead prioritized preparations and strengthening partnership engagement to ensure that quality basic education will continue despite the challenges posed by COVID-19.
When DepED announced the start of enrollment on June 1 and start of classes on August 24, faculty and staff of Puting Kahoy Elementary School is problematic on how they will reproduce the modules for their 600 elementary students- > 600 pupils x 8 modules x 24 pages per module x 5 days a week, that is a whopping half a million sheets they have to reproduce per week (assuming that the students choose modular learning instead of online classes).
This is when they tapped the assistance of the Rotary Club of Sta Rosa Centro for assistance. The club heeded their call and provided them with one photocopier to assist them with reproducing the modules