- A Grade 12 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student from Guimaras lauded her grandfather for building her a treehouse for her online classes
- Jennylyn Mae Casipit is proud of her lolo who took the effort and time to prepare her for her online classes
- She said the internet signal in their area is weak and they need to go up an elevated area to get a better signal
A Senior High School student thanks her grandfather for building her a tree house that can get better signal for her online classes.
As the country shifts to blending learning, not only the purchasing of gadgets is a problem but also getting a good internet signal for online classes.
Jennylyn Mae Casipit, a Grade 12 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) student from Guimaras took a photo of her hardworking lolo who made a small tree house perfect for her online class. She thanked him for his effort and sacrifice to build it. Jennylyn said even if his lolo already had aching knees, he still took the time for her.
According to Jennylyn, the internet signal in their area is so weak that they need to go up an elevated area. She used to study in Bacolod but due to the lockdown, she returned to her hometown in Guimaras.
In an interview with Aksyon Radyo Bacolod, Jennylyn said she is looking forward to her classes. She admitted that her school is also offering modular lessons or the use of printed learning materials but she prefers online classes.
Jennylyn said she hopes to become a policewoman someday and help her family. She also urged other students to take their online classes seriously and focus on learning.
Many netizens enjoyed Jennylyn’s story of his hardworking grandfather. Many netizens said that they also hope more parents and guardians would be supportive in their children’s education.