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FDC Misamis’ Purchasing Manager Senta Mae Flores while teaching a student to properly identify letter sounds and read English words The student is from Mohon Elementary School (MES) in Tagoloan town, Misamis Oriental, and is one of the beneficiaries of the Active Stakeholders Participation in Reading Engagement (ASPIRE) Program that aims to improve the literacy of students. Supplied photo

Filinvest aids studes defeat reading issues

Filinvest’s FDC Misamis Power Corporation (FDC Misamis), owner and operator of the biggest baseload plant in Mindanao, has partnered with Mohon Elementary School (MES) in Tagoloan town, Misamis Oriental to improve the reading proficiency of local students.

The collaboration was made possible through MES’ Active Stakeholders Participation in Reading Engagement (ASPIRE) Program.

ASPIRE, which was conceptualized by the MES’ General Parents-Teachers Association (GPTA) and is in partnership with the Barangay Council of Mohon, is a tutorial program intended for poor reader and non-reader students of MES.

Launched last year, the program aims to improve the literacy rate of MES students through the active participation of teachers, parents and other community stakeholders within the area such as private entities like FDC Misamis. The management of FDC Misamis welcomed the opportunity and allowed employees to tutor students based on their available schedules.

FDC Misamis is the pioneering private institution who welcomes this partnership according to school principal, Dr. Carnila Simacon.

This, as FDC Misamis wants to contribute something positive to the Department of Education’s (DepEd) flagship initiative dubbed as “Every Child A Reader Program.” For its initial participation, FDC Misamis employee-volunteers took under their wings five poor-reader six grader pupils earlier last month. (pr)

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