Tuesday, August 29, 2023

Enchanted Kingdom turns over 9th Brigada Eskwela classroom

“Enchanted Kingdom is committed to sharing and upholding Eldar the Wizard’s positive values of kindness, humility, patience, honesty, diligence, generosity and love for God and family. We hope that through our efforts of improving the children’s learning environment, we will be able to encourage the youth to adopt and put these positive values into practice.” ~Mr. Mario Mamon, Chairman and President of EK

Enchanted Kingdom's dedication to supporting education through initiatives like donating classrooms is commendable. The Brigada Eskwela program by the Department of Education is a nationwide effort to encourage community involvement in preparing public schools for the upcoming school year. By contributing to this program, Enchanted Kingdom is helping create a positive impact on education and the local community in Santa Rosa City, Laguna. This kind of corporate social responsibility plays a crucial role in enhancing educational opportunities and facilities for students.

According to DepEd, this year’s theme “Bayanihan Para sa Matatag na Paaralan,” underscored the country’s volunteer initiatives to ensure a clean, safe, inclusive, and child-friendly learning environment for learners and teaching and non-teaching personnel, and strengthen resiliency of schools and basic education.

The Adopt-a-Classroom Program a corporate social responsibility initiative by Enchanted Kingdom (EK), a theme park located in the Philippines. The program focuses on creating a better learning environment for students by renovating and improving classrooms. This initiative aligns with EK's advocacy for promoting a fun, unique, and healthy learning environment.

As part of the program, EK's maintenance personnel and visual artists work together to repair, upgrade, and repaint the classrooms that have been turned over to them. This effort contributes to enhancing the physical infrastructure of the classrooms, making them more conducive to learning.

Mr. Mario Mamon, the Chairman and President of Enchanted Kingdom, has expressed the theme park's ongoing commitment to supporting the Department of Education's (DepEd) Brigada Eskwela program. Brigada Eskwela is a nationwide initiative in the Philippines that encourages volunteers from communities, businesses, and organizations to help prepare public schools for the upcoming school year. EK's involvement in this program reflects their dedication to giving back to the community, particularly in the City of Santa Rosa, Laguna, where Enchanted Kingdom is located.

Overall, the Adopt-a-Classroom program demonstrates Enchanted Kingdom's dedication to improving educational facilities and fostering a positive learning environment for students while also contributing to the betterment of the local community.

The turn over ceremony was graced by no less than Santa Rosa City Mayor Arlene B. Arcillas and Vice-Mayor Arnold B. Arcillas, as well as Dila Elementary School Principal Necita F. Barba, Education Program Supervisor (Kindergarten/SPED) Maribel M. De Vera, Cluster IV Public School District Supervisor Christie B. Merano, Senior Education Program Specialist Jason Sagaysay, teachers, and students. Mr. Mamon also invited everyone who attended to visit the park and join in the grand celebration of EK’s 28th Anniversary on October 28.

Teachers and students are also encouraged to take part in the Enchanting Klassroom and Edutainment Programs offered by Enchanted Kingdom. For more information about this upcoming 28th anniversary celebration as well as other upcoming events and offerings, stay connected with Enchanted Kingdom’s official digital platforms via https://linktr.ee/enchantedkingdom.ph.

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