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STEC Senior High School gives back

GAS Sullivan students and STEC SHS teachers, with the children

Sharing one’s blessings is the true spirit of Christmas. In an effort to help

and extend a lending hand, Science and Technology Education Center (STEC)
Senior High School, spearheaded by Mr. Winston C. Llanos launches an Outreach
program to 150 children at the Basak Lapu-Lapu City gym last December 17, 2016.

Different art booths, games, slippers, food and gifts were prepared by the
students and teachers to make the event merrier.

The program was formally started with an opening remark from the SWAG
Vice President, Trisha Mae G. Bahande, followed by the Doxology and the singing of
the Philippine National Anthem by the STEC trio.

To kick start the event, each section showcased their presentations to

energize the audience. The parents and children danced along to the zumba
exercise and cheered on the presenters. It certainly brought smiles to the audience.
ABM Maxwell dancing to Tatlong Bibe HUMSS Weber owning the dance floor GAS Sullivan students oozing with swag
with Jumpshot

After the presentations, the children were entertained with various games,
led by HUMSS and Mendeleev and various art booths and hand washing tutorial
facilitated by Mendel, Maxwell and Sullivan students.

Ball games Art booth Hand washing

After all the fun, it was time to eat. The teachers and students helped in
serving the food to the beneficiaries. The event was then concluded with the gift-
giving and slippers designed by the STEC Senior High School students, were
handed out to the kids.

Slippers Students serving drinks STEC Senior High teachers

The program truly touched the hearts of the students and awakened their
senses of how thankful they are of what they have, especially this Christmas
season. They realized the essence of happiness – which is being able to give and
share one’s blessings and enjoying the simple things in life.

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