Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria

by Programa de Educacion Comunal de Entrega y Servicio, Inc.
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Resilience tool for children after Hurricane Maria
Nov 5, 2020

Kitchen or Yard Doesn't Matter, Education Comes First

Kitchen or yard doesn't matter Education is First
Kitchen or yard doesn't matter Education is First

A new school year and many challenges to overcome. The P.E.C.E.S. Accredited High School continues the educational process

through virtual modality. Educational and psychosocial support services have continued unabated since the COVID-19

Pandemic began. Against all odds, the school began the school year with an enrollment of 294 participants and an enrollment of

the Special Education program of 70 students. In this first quarter of the school year, more than 4,500 virtual connections with

students have been offered. Providing quality and adequate education for the times and reality of each family is guaranteed. The

staff has been working with the students with the few technological resources they have. Teachers and social workers contact

students through calls, texts, email, WhatsApp messages, Messenger, and video of the subjects are made to share with

students. We were able to acquire computers for 60% of the enrollment. Students who do not have computers or some

technology to help them are provided with the paper material (photocopies) and phone calls are made to explain the educational

material by phone call. At the beginning of the school year, several workshops were already offered to students to work on there

emotions and tools for distance education. The students so far have participated in the workshops “The Broken Plate” and

“Fishing”, allowing them to visualize new educational opportunities.

 

Guidance is consistently offered to motivate students to face this new reality that they are living.

 

Thank you for your contribution. 

 

In gratitude, We wish you all a Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving!

Education Comes First
Education Comes First
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Programa de Educacion Comunal de Entrega y Servicio, Inc.

Location: Humacao - Puerto Rico
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Twitter: @pecesinc
Project Leader:
Nancy Madden
Punta Stgo, Puerto Rico

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