SUBIC BAY FREEPORT: The Subic EnerZone Corp. turned over a unit of Knowledge Channel Television portable media library, and school supplies to Special Education for the Gifted (SPED-G) in Kalayaan Heights, Subic Bay Freeport Zone on Thursday, September 29.
Present during the event were the Olongapo City Schools Division Superintendent Leilanie Samson Cunanan, KCFI Resource Mobilization manager Liberty Reyes, SPED-G principal Filomena Pascual, and Subic EnerZone AVP and general manager Engr. Warell Kern Sario.
In partnership with Knowledge Channel Foundation Inc. (KCFI), the donation consists of a 43-inch Smart TV, a one-terabyte hard drive storage portable media library containing more than 1,500 curriculum-based video lessons, and various school supplies.
The teachers were trained on how to use and access the video lessons after the turnover program.
Since 1999, the KCFI has provided public schools from Batanes to Tawi-Tawi with technological access, educational videos and games, and teacher training as approved by the Department of Education.
Subic EnerZone and Aboitiz Foundation support the learning programs and continue to be the bridge for transformative learning experiences for children.
Also, present during the event were Jeff Figuerrez, Orliemar Reyes and Ricky Morales of Subic Enerzone.