INHS English Department takes the lead
22 students benefited from INHS’ ‘my space’ community outreach program

September 21, 2021

Ma. Lita P. Kaiklian

       Imus National High School, through the initiative of English Department gave away 22 sets of learning materials to 22 struggling but deserving learners of INHS in a distribution program conducted at INHS covered court on Sept 21. Represented by their parents and guardians, the beneficiaries received a set of study table and chair, basic school supplies, and hygiene kits. The activity includes inspirational talks and turn over ceremony of Rotary Club of Imus Independencia with its past president Dr. Aravela A. Ramos and Life Changing President Dr. Rolando P. Dilidili.

       “We are here to inspire our students and learners to keep on pursuing education amid Covid-19 pandemic. We would like to deliver not only learning but we would like them to feel secured and hold on a hope that we will get over these barriers with flying colors.” – words of Gina D. Belarma, OIC- head of English Department.

       With full support of Schools Division of Imus City Superintendent Dr. Rosemarie D. Torres and Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Ivan Brian L. Inductivo, Arturo P. Rosaroso Jr., INHS principal IV reiterated the importance of stakeholders’ contribution to the success of every school program, projects and activity as he said, “INHS is capitalizing on collaboration, cooperation, and involvement of various stakeholders with the same goal of reaching to our struggling learners like Rotary Club of San Francisco, California, USA and Rotary Club of Imus Independencia, City government of Imus headed by Mayor                   Emmanuel L. Maliksi and other volunteer teachers of INHS.” The program which was hoster by Dennis M. Vidar, an English Teacher of INHS, concluded with words of thanks from GPTA president Lorelyn A Suliba and English Department OIC-Head, Gina D. Belarma.