School-based Programs and Tools for the Promotion of Responsibility in the Community

The Center for Positive Futures is a technical-vocational high school for economically disadvantaged families. Aware that schoolchildren from these families can hardly afford college education, the school is preparing the students for work or higher technical education after graduation. It is also assisting parents in income generation. Also, it believes that the school should go beyond teachers, but rather, interacting with and making a developmental impact on the community.

Simultaneous programs are ongoing that include the Practice of Community and Environmental Responsibility in partnership with other local public elementary schools, A Library of Human Responsibilities that would serve both the school population and the community-at-large, A Girl Children’s Day celebration of the Women’s Month last March 2005, and a painting program.

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Video as a tool for a debate por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 17 de março de 2006

Responsibility at school

Promotion of the Charter of Human Responsibilities, Philippines - The Girl Children’s Day por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 2 de junho de 2005

Rights and responsibilities, Life Experience - Each of us has an experience that changed our lives forever.

Practicing Community and Environmental Responsibility in Schools por Nenet ESCARTIN, 26 de abril de 2005

This project was conducted by high school students of the Center for Positive Futures (CPF) as part of their Social Studies class. The activity centered on partnering with a class in a public elementary school around the general notion of environmental responsibility, involving four classes of students in CPF and four elementary school classes in four different public elementary schools. Two (...)

A Library of Human Responsibilities por Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 7 de janeiro de 2005

The Library of Human Responsibilities was set up as a community library within the school library of the Center for Positive Futures in Barangay Banaba, San Mateo, Rizal. Featuring in the library are books, documentaries and films which promote environmental and social responsibility. The Library shall sponsor a series of activities to encourage developing responsibilities of community (...)

Girl Children’s Day por Noli ALCANTARA ABINALES, Pinky CASTELO CUPINO, 29 de junho de 2005

The Charter Facilitation Team in the Philippines co-sponsored the holding of a Girl Children’s Day, together with the Buklod Tao Foundation, the Christian Foundation for Children and Aging(CFCA), and the Center for Positive Futures. March is Women’s Month. This project involved organizing a Girl Children’s Day Celebration last March 5, 2005. One hundred girl children ages 11 to 14 participated (...)

Painting Messages for the Earth por Nenet ESCARTIN, 7 de janeiro de 2005

Co-sponsored with the Center for Positive Futures, the Painting Messages for the Earth was undertaken with the participation of the Department of Education and the public schools in San Mateo and Montalban in Rizal, a province adjacent to Metropolitan Manila. 46 schoolchildren from fifteen schools participated in a painting and slogan contest was held March 22, 2004 in Villa Milagros, (...)

Painting Messages for the Earth, 2006 por Virtudes A. BOBIS, 16 de maio de 2006

The Center for Positive Futures culminated its program towards promoting environmental responsibility among schoolchildren by conducting the 2nd Painting Messages for the Earth program. From rurban San Mateo and Montalban in the province of Rizal, this year’s environmental responsibility program was brought to the rural municipalities of Puerto Princesa in the island-province of Palawan and (...)

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