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PASKOJUAN 2023

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗𝚜: F. Santiago

Captures: The Bosconian, F. Dela Pena, and Pastoral Affairs Office

Deck the halls with acts of kindness! 🎄✨ 

Don Bosco Technical Institute embraced the true spirit of Christmas through PaskoJUAN 2023. The Pastoral Affairs Office, alongside the SHS - Student Council, SAVIO Friends Club, and FORWARD Club, created a symphony of generosity and charity, crafting 200 Christmas packages filled with love.

The Bosconian spirit blossomed at Sitio Tala San Jose, Tarlac Strong Minds Association, and DSWD Lingap Center. A whole day jam-packed with activities in Sitio Manabayukan Capas, illuminated joy in every corner. 

In a heartwarming collaboration with the DB Seekers, St. Joseph Home for Special Children became a haven for shared smiles and holiday cheer. Hygiene kits, books, solar lights, and nourishing meals through feeding programs were distributed in the said communities.

It wasn’t just about the presents; it was about the presence of compassion, which united hearts this Christmas. Don Bosco Technical Institute’s PaskoJUAN didn't just celebrate Christmas; it composed a harmony of goodwill that resonated in every act of kindness. 🌟❤️

Caption: F. Santiago

Captures: The Bosconian, F. Dela Pena, Pastoral Affairs Office

DEPED RECOGNIZES DON BOSCO'S EFFORTS

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚞𝚛𝚎𝚜 & 𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗𝚜: 𝙸. 𝙶𝚊𝚋𝚛𝚒𝚎𝚕

Powerful as it is when the “Bayanihan Spirit” lights in the hearts of people who are part of the youth's change and progress. Today, December 07, 2023 - Thursday, Don Bosco Technical Institute Tarlac Inc. was awarded as the outstanding private institution stakeholder of Paradise Elementary School during the DepEd Matatag Agenda, awarding dubbed as “Giving Back the Favor” at La Maja Rica Hotel and Restaurant, Brgy. Ligtasan, Tarlac City. 

In the flashback of years, DBTI-Tarlac has been considered one of the best partners of Paradise Elementary School for more than five (5) years. Their partnership these years brightly revolves around uplifting the students’ basic needs regarding health & nutrition, education assistance, and other pro-student activities. As they seal this school year, both parties are planning to renew their partnership once again for another (3) productive years focusing purely on service empowerment, servant leadership, and service learning among students.

Further to that, inclusive within the three-year plan of DBTI Tarlac is to touch the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations, carrying Paradise Elementary School as one of the community partners. 

Among other things, the awarding ceremony was attended by Ms. Ivy Joy T. Gabriel, the Head of the Community Development Unit of Don Bosco Tarlac, and Fr. Ian O. Rosal, SDB the Economer/Administrator of the institution. 

In continued and advent support of the institution towards community engagement and impactful development, this award entails that truly Bosconians do their ordinary task, extraordinarily well.

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚞𝚛𝚎𝚜 & 𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗𝚜: 𝙸. 𝙶𝚊𝚋𝚛𝚒𝚎𝚕

Likewise, the teachings of St. John Bosco are filled with hope and aspirations for the youth. Don Bosco Tarlac amiably welcomes the ALS Learners of S.Y. 2023-2024 mapped within the area of Sto. Cristo, Tarlac City in which the institution fills. 

ALS DepEd and DBTI’s partnership was strikingly strong long before the pandemic occurred. The ALS: Service Learning Project is well known as one of the leading Community Development projects of the institution under the service learning area of their social actions. 

More to that, last November 17, 2023, along with the MOA signing ceremony of both institutions, on the same day learners orientation was also held with the presence of ALS Teacher, Mr. Jumar Mendoza. 

Meanwhile, Fr. Edwin L. Ulanday, SDB, Fr, Ian O. Rosal, SDB, and Fr. Jose Isidro Torres, SDB conveyed their inspirational messages by uplifting the learners to pattern their path to success through the ALS program. In view of this, Ms. Rochelle Custodio and Ms. Mary Aileen De Guzman are present to support the program as the previous ALS volunteer teachers. 

In support of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, this step is in adherence with SDG 17 - Strengthening partnerships. SDG 4 - Quality Education, SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities. 

𝘿𝙚𝙥𝙀𝙙 𝘼𝙇𝙎 & 𝘿𝘽𝙏𝙄 𝙏𝙖𝙧𝙡𝙖𝙘 𝙤𝙛𝙛𝙞𝙘𝙞𝙖𝙡𝙡𝙮 𝙨𝙚𝙖𝙡𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙞𝙨 𝙮𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙨' 𝙨𝙚𝙧𝙫𝙞𝙘𝙚 𝙡𝙚𝙖𝙧𝙣𝙞𝙣𝙜 𝙥𝙖𝙧𝙩𝙣𝙚𝙧𝙨𝙝𝙞𝙥 

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚞𝚛𝚎𝚜: 𝙰. 𝚂𝚒𝚖 

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗𝚜: 𝙸. 𝙶𝚊𝚋𝚛𝚒𝚎𝚕

“Bata pa eh (kayo) may pangarap pa. Sana wag nating sayangin itong pagkakataon na ito” - Fr. Edwin L. Ulanday

The privilege of being at school sometimes does not fall fair to all. In the past years of DBTI-Tarlac as the maneuvers of community service, they highly supported and protected the community's education project. Thus, the institution closely supports the ALS Program of DepEd in promoting the importance of quality education through Don Bosco Tarlac’s service learning and empowerment projects within the community.  

The official Memorandum of Agreement ceremony was held last November 17, 2023 - Friday at DB Board room to seal the partnership between the institutions officially. Present in the ceremony were, the EPS II - ALS Coordinator, Mr. Elmer V. Fabros, Mr. Isagani H. Lopez the PSDS - Central A District, Mr. Rodelio Quiambao from Sto. Cristo Integrated School.

DBTI - Tarlac is represented by the Rector/Principal of Don Bosco Tarlac Fr. Edwin L. Ulanday. Signed as witnessed is the Community Development Program head Ms. Ivy T. Gabriel. 

This event certifies the value of providing quality education to those who lose their chance. Both institutions look forward to a productive partnership and let this be the start of a successful journey for our learners. 

In support of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, this step is in adherence with SDG 17 - Strengthening partnerships. SDG 4 - Quality Education, SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities. 

PARADISE ES & DBTI - TARLAC AGREES TO A FUTURE-PROOF PARTNERSHIP 

Captures & Caption by: I. Gabriel

As part of the Bosconian movement in maintaining service empowerment, the Community Development Program, headed by Ms. Ivy Joy T. Gabriel, Community Development Officer of the institution paid their visit to Paradise Elementary School last October 24, 2023 - Tuesday. In relation to reviewing the Memorandum of Agreement for their future-proof partnership. This relates to the institution’s plan of expanding its extension services to knowledge and skills training aspects and educative religious undertakings. 

Together with her is the animator of Kerygma Club, Mr. Karl Josh Guillermo. The Kerygma Club initiated a partnership with the ComDev Program to conduct basic catechism among the students of Paradise ES. The target grade level of the club will be starting from grade 3 pupils of the elementary school up to grade 6.

With the positivity of proposed projects with the Paradise ES, both parties agreed to terms of going through a 2-year-long partnership enabling not only the involvement and benefit of students but also the faculties and Lay Mission Partners. 

In support of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals, this step is in adherence with SDG 17 - Strengthening partnerships. 

DBTI RELAUNCHES AKSYON BUSKO: ALS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM WITH DEPED TARLAC CITY

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚞𝚛𝚎𝚜: 𝙹. 𝙼𝙴𝙽𝙳𝙾𝚉𝙰

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗: 𝙸. 𝙶𝙰𝙱𝚁𝙸𝙴𝙻

Last October 20, 2023 - Friday, Mr. Jumar M. Mendoza, ALS Teacher paid a courtesy visit to Don Bosco Technical Institute - Tarlac under the Community Development Program headed by Ms. Ivy Gabriel. 

Mr. Mendoza is currently assigned to Brgy. Sto. Cristo, Tarlac City ALS program of the Department Of Education - Tarlac City. Together with him are aspiring youths from the same barangay interested and motivated to return and continue their education. 

With the said visit, details of the upcoming relaunching of the AKSYON BUSKO: ALS Partnership Program of the institution were also discussed along with the scheduling, areas, or focused categories of learnings and other factors that both parties agreed upon. 

DBTI Tarlac is gearing towards its claws in supporting and creating a well-rounded and developing community through these sustainable and impactful projects focused on education and shall be an instrument of encouragement to the students, Lay Mission Partners, and the Salesian Family. 

#CommunityDevelopmentProgram #AksyonBusko #EducasyonParaSaLahat

DBTI ADVANCES ITS OUTREACH INITIATIVES THROUGH STRENGTHEN PARTNERSHIPS WITH TARLAC MOUNTAINEERING CLUB'S LAHAT MAG-AARAL PROGRAM - PISAPUNGAN ES

Text and photos lifted from TMC Lahat Mag-Aaral Program FB Page

With simultaneous community engagement of Don Bosco Tarlac in partnership with the Tarlac Mountaineering Club continues, a batch of student and faculty volunteers at the institution joined the initiatives last October 13, 2023, at Pisapungan Sulo, San Jose, Tarlac. Wherin, the Pisaoungan ES will be the primary beneficiary of the carried out, "Lahat Mag-aaral Program" 

More to that, the DBTI volunteers facilitated the program and conducted joyful games and activities for the children as part of assisting the TMC. Along with these, being one with the community partakes through the volunteer's participation in their tribal cultures and practices, such as joining the welcome traditional dance, and trying out local dishes in the sitio. 

Indeed, embracing community notes valuable development. This event did not just fulfill the student's needs, hence an opportunity for the Bosconians to experience and reflect on life.

DBTI ADVANCES ITS OUTREACH INITIATIVES THROUGH STRENGTHEN PARTNERSHIPS WITH TARLAC MOUNTAINEERING CLUB'S LAHAT MAG-AARAL PROGRAM - PAPAAC ES

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚞𝚛𝚎𝚜: 𝙰. 𝙻𝚊𝚐𝚖𝚊𝚗

𝙲𝚊𝚙𝚝𝚒𝚘𝚗: 𝙸. 𝙶𝚊𝚋𝚛𝚒𝚎𝚕

On October 13, 2023, in a heartwarming display of community engagement, Don Bosco Technical Institute, in collaboration with the Tarlac Mountaineering Club, extended a compassionate hand to the students and faculty of Papaac Elementary School by launching their outreach initiative, “Lahat Mag-Aaral Program,” in Camiling last October 13, 2023.

This program went beyond a simple visit—it was a day of empowerment and connection as handpicked Don Bosco students and faculty, alongside the Tarlac Mountaineering Club, volunteered their time and effort to facilitate a range of activities. The morning commenced with a feeding program during their mid-morning break and lunchtime.

Adding to the excitement, various engaging games were thoughtfully prepared, bringing laughter and joy to the students’ faces. Moreover, the distribution of hygiene and school supply kits for the young learners, as well as essential teaching necessities and a speaker for the teachers, left evident expressions of gratitude that truly marked the success of the day.

The warmth and appreciation shown towards the dedicated coordinators and volunteers proved that the spirit of generosity knows no bounds, underlining the significance of Don Bosco Technical Institute's commitment to making a positive impact on the lives of the local school community.

DON BOSCO EXTENDS SCHOOL & HEALTH KITS, & FOOD AID TO SITIO PAPAAC & SITIO PISAPUNGAN WITH TARLAC MOUNTAINEERING CLUB'S LAHAT MAG-AARAL PROGRAM

Text and photos lifted from TMC Lahat Mag-Aaral Program FB Page

START THEM YOUNG🥰 Don Bosco Technical Institute (DBTI) Tarlac firmly believes in teaching its students the essence of an act of service.

This was demonstrated by DBTI students when they volunteered during the Lahat Mag-aaral Program school and hygiene kit distributions at Papaac Elementary School and Pisapungan Elementary School last Friday, October 13, 2023.

From the bottom of our hearts, thank you very much. May you always have the courage to help the lost, the least, and the last.

#YouthServingYouth

#DBTI

#LahatMagaaralProgram

#TarlacMountaineeringClub 

#redefiningclimbing

DUGONG BUSKO 1ST QUARTER BLOOD DRIVE

Photos by Gianni Vittorio Gabriel & Christian Andrei Feliciano.

In partnership with Red Cross Tarlac City, the Don Bosco Tarlac Past Pupils Association (DBTPPA) organized the "Dugong Busko Blood Donation Drive" with 34 Bosconians, 8 Lay Mission Partners (LaMPS), 5 Maintenance Staff, 3 parents, and alumni being donors in this event, October 7, at the Glowicki Hall, Don Bosco Tarlac. 

The event aimed to assist people in need, providing the participants with opportunity to donate blood, with the potential of saving lives.

"Don Bosco Tarlac has always been about instilling values of compassion and community service in our Bosconians. Today's event exemplifies those values as we come together to make a difference in the lives of others', Engr. Mico David of DBTPPA said, as he emphasized on the true spirit of Don Bosco where individuals unite with a shared purpose and compassion, reflecting the importance of such charitable activities.

Attendees were encouraged to spread the message and invite others to participate, contributing to the initiative's success.

The diverse range of participants in the "Dugong Busko Blood Donation Drive" underscored the collective effort required to ensure a steady supply of blood for those in need. 

DUGONG BUSKO 1ST QUARTER BLOOD DRIVE

Text: R. Gonzales

Photos: R. Aquino

DON BOSCO TARLAC, PHILIPPINES. In a heartwarming display of community spirit and altruism, Don Bosco Tarlac, in collaboration with the Don Bosco Tarlac Past Pupils Association and the Red Cross of the Philippines - Tarlac Chapter, hosted a highly successful blood drive on October 7, 2023, right on the school grounds. This event was a testament to the power of solidarity and the unwavering commitment of the Don Bosco Tarlac community to make a positive impact on the lives of others.

The event was a resounding success, with a remarkable turnout of donors who selflessly rolled up their sleeves to give the gift of life. Students, alumni, teachers, and local residents all came together to contribute to this noble cause, underlining the community's dedication to the well-being of others.

The Don Bosco Tarlac Past Pupils Association played a pivotal role in spearheading this initiative, with their members actively mobilizing and encouraging participation from all corners of the community. Their efforts, combined with the expertise and support of the Red Cross of the Philippines - Tarlac Chapter, created a seamless and efficient blood donation process.

Mr. Norman Manzano, a representative from the Red Cross - Tarlac Chapter, expressed his gratitude, saying, "It's truly heartwarming to witness such an overwhelming response from the Don Bosco Tarlac community. The blood collected here today will go a long way in saving lives and ensuring the availability of a critical resource for those in need."

The event was not only about blood donation but also about fostering a sense of unity and shared responsibility within the community. Volunteers worked tirelessly to ensure the safety and comfort of donors throughout the day, creating a welcoming and supportive environment.

Eng'r. Mico David, the Don Bosco Tarlac Past Pupils Association President, spoke passionately about the significance of such events, saying, "Don Bosco Tarlac has always been about instilling values of compassion and community service in our Bosconians. Today's event exemplifies those values as we come together to make a difference in the lives of others."

The success of this blood drive was a testament to the unwavering commitment of the Don Bosco Tarlac community and the powerful impact that can be achieved when individuals and organizations join forces for a common cause. It served as a reminder that in times of need, this community stands united, ready to extend a helping hand and make a positive change in the world.

As the event concluded, participants left with a sense of fulfillment, knowing that their contributions would go a long way in bolstering the region's healthcare system and ultimately saving lives.

Don Bosco Tarlac looks forward to continuing its tradition of community engagement and service, setting an inspiring example for others to follow.

DON BOSCO EXTENDS FOOD AID TO SITIO DIRITA VIA TARLAC MOUNTAINEERING CLUB'S LAHAT MAG-AARAL PROGRAM

Text and photos lifted from TMC Lahat Mag-Aaral Program FB Page

WE DID IT! MISSION ACCOMPLISHED ANG LAHAT MAG-AARAL PROGRAM NG TARLAC MOUNTAINEERING CLUB SA DIRITA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL-Sitio Dirita, Brgy. Maamot, San Jose

Walang katumbas na kaligayahan at galak ang naramdaman ng lahat matapos na maihatid ang mga school kits, hygiene kits at ilan pang regalo at donasyon para sa mga mag-aaral ng nasabing paaralan. 

Maraming maraming salamat sa aming mga volunteers na buong tapang na sumuong at hindi alintana ang malakas na agos ng halos 12 na ilog marating lamang ang Sitio Dirita. Sulit ang pagod ng halos 7 oras na paglalakad sa batuhan, palayan, ilog at bundok sa ilalim ng mainit na araw at malakas na ulan. 

Matikas na saludo sa 3rd Mechanized Infantry Battalion sa pangunguna ni LTC JESZER M BAUTISTA, Commanding Officer, 3rd Mechanized Infantry Battalion at Lt. Ron Macalintal ng 32nd Mechanized Infantry Company. sa pag-antabay para sa kaligtasan sa mga volunteers. Maraming salamat kay Col. Vicky Blanclafor na miyembro rin ng TMC at Rosario Plurad na naging tulay para sa mabilis na komunikasyon sa kanila.

Pagpupugay para sa dedikasyon at malasakit ng mga guro ng Dirita Elementary School, JCI Tarlac City and Victoria c/o Sir Gab Villa-Agustin for the purchase of 2 blackboards, in-kind donations: 40 hygiene Kits c/o Mam Enky Divino; 50 vitamins for pedia and 50 vitamins for adult c/o Aika Cudal, Grind Athletics; Paint and Medicines from JCI Tarlac City and Victoria c/o Sir Gab Villa Agustin; 2 interiors (salbabida) c/o Sir Chad Ongsico; Spaghetti from Ma'am Marites and Doc Ryan Yumena; and 80 Food packs c/o Don Bosco Tarlac and Jollibee Foundation Food-Aid thru the ComDev Office and Sir Ryan Gonzales (TMC).

Simula pa lamang po ito. Marami pa pong pagkakataon para makatulong. Para sa kumpletong detalye makipag-ugnayan lamang sa aming official Facebook page: Tarlac Mountaineering Club (TMC) Public Relations, sa 3rd Mechanized Infantry Battalion, Armor Division, Philippine Army; at Dirita Elementary School. 

#TarlacMountaineeringClub #redefiningclimbing #lahatmagaaralprogram

LAMPS, SHS STUDENTS SET FORTH A SUSTAINABLE SERVICE EMPOWERMENT ACTIVITY

Text: I. Gabriel

Photos: E. Salamatin

United in the Bosconian spirit - The Lay Mission Partners headed by the Pastoral Affairs Office, and selected Senior High School Students, engaged in an outreach program entitled "Project Handog and Project Hapag: Service Empowerment through Community Development", last September 14, 2023, at Sta Ignacia, Tarlac.

Despite the power outage crisis at Sta. Ines East Elementary School in Sta. Ignacia, Tarlac, DBTI, together with the Vessels Of Humanity (VOH) and other volunteers, carried on with the event, leaving over 300 smiling faces filled with warmfelt gratitude from the hearts of the teachers, students, parents, and volunteers.

In adherence to the Sustainable Development Goals, the event signifies its support for the following SDGs (SDG 2, 4, 10, & 17).

DB Tarlac Service Empowerment through Community Partnership

Text: I. Gabriel

Video: E. Salamatin

In support of the fight to provide quality education (SDG 4) and zero hunger (SDG 2) in the country, the Don Bosco community stretches its capacity and capability to the utmost needy through donating school supplies and conducting feeding program to several public schools here in Tarlac.

DBTI x TALA ES

Text: I. Gabriel

Video: L. Mercado

With the initiatives of the Pastoral Affairs Office, and Community Development Office, in collaboration with the Junior High School students of Don Bosco Technical Institute Tarlac Inc., carry out baseline assessment in Tala Elementary School, Sitio Tala, San Jose Tarlac in further planning of the upcoming partnership in a significant period of two years last September 07, 2023.

In addition, selected JHS students offered school supplies and office supplies in the said school in support of the starting of classes this school year.

Furthermore, discoveries within the community's status quo, especially within the school context, drive to a deeper assessment that the school needs support in the perception of ensuring quality education to the youth, and sustainable livelihood back up to help them recreate a better community.

DBTI COMDEV PROGRAM SHORE UP DBTPPA EXTENSION ACTIVITY

Photos & Text: I. Gabriel


With the thriving solidarity anchored with the mission of Bosconians in fulfilling outreach, linkages, and partnerships DBTI Lay Mission Partners, DBTPPA (Don Bosco Tarlac Past Pupils Association), together with the new blood of DBYC scholars, they rise to the call for volunteerism.

Last August 26, 2023, Saturday, a feeding program targeted 500 recipients in Brgy. Matatalaib Tarlac City impeccably immense. The said barangay is just one of the communities that the DBTPPA is assisting when it comes to feeding programs and the distribution of basic hygiene kits.

This initiative implies applied experiences towards community service training of both Bosconians and our lay mission partners. In adherence to the Sustainable Development Goals, the event signifies its support for the following SDGs (SDG 1, 2, 3, 10, & 17).

VOH, DBTI STRENGTHENS COMDEV ADVOCACIES

Text by I. Gabriel

 Photos by R. Gonzales

Last August 08, 2023 – Tuesday, marks the first exploratory meeting of Vessels of Humanity and Don Bosco Institute Tarlac – Community Development Office with the upcoming partnership of both NGOs in the continuous development of projects and advocacies that commits to the betterment of the community. 

Present in the meeting from the Vessels of Humanity are student volunteers from the Tarlac State University chaired by Ms. Erica Jimenez, Director for Partnership and Collaboration of the said organization. Also, DBTI–Tarlacis represented by the Community Development Officer, Ms. Ivy Gabriel, and External Affairs Officer, Mr. Ryan Gonzales, LPT. 

On a further note, the meeting eyes for a 3-year partnership with the primary goal of uplifting the families and communities, webbing networks and partnerships with organizations with the same goal and objectives, and cascade leadership training to bosconians in harnessing and developing their capacity in leading and management. 

This partnership is in adherence with the following SDGs (SDG 2 – No Poverty, SDG 12 – Responsible Consumption, SDG – 17 Partnerships for the Goals) anchored with the mantra, “No one will be left behind”.Thus, in observance with the S.A.V.I.O. Program of the Don Bosco Community.


SUSTAINABILITY SATURDAYS

As stewards of Creation, Don Bosco Tarlac will be championing its advocacy on integral ecology every Saturday to challenge all of you to be more passionate about the welfare of our only planet.

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KAAGAPAY SA KAPWA: PARADISE ES

Project Kaagapay sa Kapwa is a project of 12-Boscariol and the HUMSS Department of the Senior High School in collaboration with the Community Development Program under Serbisyo ni Juan, Serbisyong Bosconian. 

The Waste Management, Busko Hapag sa Paaralan, Proper Hand Washing, and Urban Gardening activities would not be made possible without the help and guidance of 12-Boscariol’s adviser, Ma’am Erin Faye Baun.

The class of 12-Boscoriol contributed in coming up with the exact donations needed for each activity to happen. All the preparations were made possible by the collaborative efforts of everyone in the class.

Photos courtesy of Norraye Christopher D. Calendatas.

SPECIAL ART FOR ST. JOSEPH HOME

The Community Development Program once again arranged an outreach program with the assistance of Grade 7 volunteers and their advisers. We donated to the St. Joseph Home for Special Children and performed a hand art project for the children at the shelter. While performing their art, the Bosconians assist children with special needs.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.


FIT TO FEET: AGUS ES

Volunteers from grades 6 and 11 make a difference in participating in Serbisyo ni Juan, Serbisyong Bosconian. They have the opportunity to be part of the Fit to Feet Program at Agus Elementary School, which aims to spread comfort to young children by giving them slippers to use. Aside from slipper donations, volunteer students also organized some fun and engaging games for the children of Sitio Agus.

They learned how to be thankful for both little and big things throughout this activity. Some of the volunteers asked, "Pwede po bang mag-outreach nalang araw-araw?" since they are motivated to assist others who are in need.

The volunteers also have the chance to try for the first time kapeng binusa, or what we call rice coffee. Despite the unfavorable weather conditions, the volunteers' tenacity and dedication make this program effective.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro various Grade 11 students.


FOOD PACK DISTRIBUTION: SITIO AGUS, BURGOS, SAN JOSE

The Community Development Program under Serbisyo ni Juan, Serbisyong Bosconian once again organized an outreach program to the farflung households of Sitio Tala, Brgy. Burgos, San Jose, Tarlac. Subject Teachers of the Home Economics classes together with their respective students provided the salted egg, product of their performance task on the said subject. The salted eggs were included in the food packs that were also distributed.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

BUSKO HAPAG SA PAARALAN: PARADISE ES

The Community Development Program conducted a feeding program for the elementary pupils of Paradise Elementary School wherein the representatives of Grade 12 Boscariol animated the event and assisted in distributing the food packs.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.


FOOD PACK DISTRIBUTION: SAN ROQUE BLK. 9

The Community Development Program under Serbisyo ni Juan, Serbisyong Bosconian conducted a gift-giving program for indigent senior citizens of Blk. 9 San Roque, Tarlac City. The event was held in Barangay Hall, wherein Grade 10 volunteers assisted in accommodating and distributing the gift packs.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

SOLAR KIT AND FOOD PACK DISTRIBUTION: AGUS-TALA, BURGOS, SAN JOSE

In celebration of the 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines and as the answer to the Pope’s invitation to fare for our common home through his encyclical entitled “Laudato si’,” FIN’s Commission on Social Concerns headed by DB Mandaluyong Rector Fr. Ronilo Javines, SDB together with his companions from DBTC and the Institutional Affairs Office together with Br. Lito Dela Cruz, SDB gave out 30 sets of Solar Home Lighting System to 30 families in Sitio Agus and Sitio Tala, Brgy. Burgos, San Jose, Tarlac. Food packs were also given courtesy of DBTarlac’s community development program.

CSC-SAVIO aims to equip 500 families with renewable sources of energy. They have given 300 sets as of press time to 300 families all over Luzon.

Photos courtesy of Ryan Gonzales.

FIRST AID KIT DISTRIBUTION AND FIRST AID SEMINAR: ALVINDIA ES

Elementary student-leaders together with their Student Council Adviser, Sir Edu Lucas III, distributed first aid kits and conducted first aid seminar with the guidance of the school nurse, Sir Igo Dela Cruz.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

I-CARE KIT DISTRIBUTION AND PROPER HYGIENE ORIENTATION: PARADISE ES

Grade 9 students from the sections of Rinaldi, Chavez, Ricceri, and Zigiotti distributed I-CARE kits and conducted proper hygiene orientation, specifically oral health tips and proper hand washing, at Paradise Elementary School.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

I-CARE KIT PACKING

Grade 12 HUMSS packed 247 I-CARE kits as preparation and exposure for their Community Development subject.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

FOOD PACK DISTRIBUTION: SITO PAO, MORIONES, SAN JOSE

Volunteer Student Council from Elementary-Senior High School distributed gift packs to the farmers of Pao Moriones, San Jose, as part of the Love and Share Outreach Program: Gift-Giving.

Photos courtesy of Lem Teodoro.

MOVE AS JUAN x JOLLIBEE FOOD-AID: MATATALAIB-BUNO ES

Officers and board members of the Don Bosco Tarlac past Pupils Association went to Matatalaib-Buno Elementary School for the feeding program in partnership with Jollibee Group Foundation.

MOVE AS JUAN

PPE FOR FRONTLINERS

AKAP

PASKONG BULILIT

AGAHAN AT HAPUNAN PARA SA BAYAN NI JUAN

LINGAP BASTE WITH DIOCESE OF TARLAC

FOOD AID IN PARTNERSHIP WITH JOLLIBEE FOUNDATION

LUGUD-TARLAK WITH CARITAS TARLAC