The Technology and Livelihood Eduation (TLE) Department began its “Project from Home” program in order to provide opportunities for Grades 4 to 10 students to continue developing their skills while having online classes.

The program’s features include manipulative and hands-on activities such as assembling useful projects from home.

According to Mr. Joseph Echano, the subject coordinator of the TLE Department, the distribution of projects may vary depending on the subject.

“Woodcrafting and electronic projects will be done from home. [Meanwhile,] cooking will make use of available materials present in their kitchen, and projects relating to agriculture will make use of pots and recycled bottles.” 

Guardians picked up the woodcrafting and electronic projects at school, while home deliveries were also made possible. Andrew James Cepe

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