AES Conducts an Outreach Program

     Charles Dickens once said and I quote “No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another''.

     18th of December 2021, it was such a sunny day, a perfect day to execute an outreach program. The Religious Youth in Action officers, and the Visionaries 2022, with the guidance of the teachers, packed foods for the indigent people of Cotabato City. With pure intentions to show how much we care for the less fortunate, we went out to areas assigned to us to distribute the food packs.

     The Council of Leaders were divided into 5 groups: Route 1- Super Area led by the La liga Filipina officers, Haneeza Kalon, Rashad Ampatuan, together with their advisers, Sir Ronald Quezon, Ma’am Aina Daud, and the Math Society officers, Marif Paolo and Cian Carim with Sir Daniel Bereber, the adviser, Route 2- Town Area led by the Senior Class Association officers, Yasmeen Maliga, Raziah Sinsuat, with their adviser, Sir John-Jeo Cejudo, and the Citizenship Advancement Training officers, Lucas Soyao, and Roxanne Rejuso, with the MYC advisers, Sir Racel Datumanong, and Ma’am Samera Balabagan, Route 3- Malagapas Area led by the Computer Technology Wizards officers, Azia Malendo, Julhambrie Andoy, with their adviser, Ma’am Rohanni Bayao, and the Central Student Council officers, Shayra Sinsuat, and Zaimon Mlok, with their adviser, Ma’am Illuminda Abasolo, Route 4- City Plaza Area led by the Science Club officers, Sajid Ampatuan Jr., and Sofianni Bagis, with their adviser, Ma’am Apasrah Tabujara, and the Einstein Circle Chronicles officers, Chyl Ubas, and Icey Tocao, with their advisers, Ma’am Sandra Maulana, and Ma’am Nurmin Sanday, Route 5-Madrasa Kalanganan led by the Religious Youth in Action officers, Luke Valencia, Kiara Abasolo, with their adviser, Ma’am Hazel Margate, and the Muslim Youth for Charity officers, Mohammad Esguerra, and Jibrel Macalawan, with Sir Hamid Salik, the CAT adviser.

     In this time of global health crisis, helping others should not be an option. The Pamaskong Handog was indeed a true testament of the school’s genuine ideal to be of service to the people. The Religious Youth in Action officers, together with Ma’am Hazel Margate, the club adviser, were really grateful for those who wholeheartedly gave monetary contributions to fulfill this outreach program. Because of everyone’s willingness to give, we were able to give joy to some of our less privileged brothers and sisters around the city. To God Almighty be the glory and honor!


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