“The youth is the future of our society.” – This is what our revered national hero Dr. Jose Rizal once said.
It is a statement that up to this day we all believe, that our hopes for a better country and society lie in the capabilities of our children and our ability to nurture their needs.
This is why the Department of Education (DepEd) launched the Adopt-a-School Program, an initiative that allows DepEd to collaborate with the private sector in an endeavor to improve the facilities required for the development of the education system.
As the agency called out to the private sector for their aid, Cosmotech Philippines, Inc. responded promptly and reached out to establish a partnership.
“Tunog ng Kabataan, Ating Pakinggan” became the program title of the company as it believed that students, regardless of their economic stature, should be given a chance to demonstrate their talents, voice out their thoughts, to equally and clearly receive important information coming from their school, and speak up on significant issues on current events and other topics. This is possible through the use of an effective component of a paging system which are the Hylex Profesisonal Speakers with built-in amplifiers.
There are several activities besides Graduation Ceremonies that students can partake in with the use of these speakers like talent shows, programs, intramural meets, announcements, ceremonies, and other events that require communication, information dissemination, music, public speaking, and sound amplification.
School activities will be appreciated more as the Hylex speakers will immensely aid the sound requirements of various events.
Last March, Cosmotech visited the first 7 of 30 schools from Laguna, Manila, Pasig, and Nueva Ecija to turn over the Hylex WDA-2158 speakers (1 master unit, 2 slave units) for each school.
The company went to Langgam Elementary School and Sampaguita Village Elementary School last March 4, Epifanio delos Santos Elementary School and Sta. Ana Elementary School last March 9, Nagpayong Elementary School and Santolan Elementary School last March 11, and Santor Elementary School last March 16.
In response to the company’s commitment, generosity, and sincerity to the cause, the schools showcased their in-house talents as gratitude for the donation. Students sang and dance to various songs and beats, brandishing the gifts they invested their time in to enhance.
The faculty, on the other hand, were extremely thankful for the new equipment they will be using for their events.
In particular, Nagpayong Elementary School, one of the beneficiaries voiced out their thanks as they said it would be easier to make announcements to their more than 10,000 students.