Seed Nurturing with the Haribon Foundation

As a JUDINITES, one must have the core value of service. In life, the one that has given us most of our needs is Mother Earth. She has given so much to us, yet a lot of people have taken her for granted. The most common practice is illegal logging, or when people cut trees … Continue reading Seed Nurturing with the Haribon Foundation

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Moroccan Adventures: The Community Center

Moroccans really treasure education in their culture. In Morocco, there is a certain tribe called the Amazigh, also known as Berbers. They do not speak the standardized Arabic language, so they usually have a harder time catching up compared to those who already speak the language taught in school. They end up getting lower grades, … Continue reading Moroccan Adventures: The Community Center

IBDP’s First Mini Art Exhibit: Effervescence

When I first transferred to Saint Jude Catholic School, I thought all the students were very studious, and only focused on their studies. I had all these thoughts in my mind, only until Erika and Bianca, my classmates, organized art lessons taught by Maestro Fernando Sena. My first impression of the students here was WRONG. … Continue reading IBDP’s First Mini Art Exhibit: Effervescence

Literacy Week 2016: Storytelling to Kindergarten Children

To be very honest, I am not really a kid-friendly person. I usually find them very "childish" and sometimes very annoying. However, after finding out I will be telling stories to the kids, I got very excited and nervous because I had never done this before. I wanted to use this opportunity to get to … Continue reading Literacy Week 2016: Storytelling to Kindergarten Children