A Day of Imagination, Creativity, and Magic at RSCC
“Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others.” — Booker T. Washington
Reception and Study Center for Children (RSCC) is an institution in the Cordillera Administrative Region that takes care of the abandoned, neglected and/or surrendered children 0-6 years of age. These children never fail to touch our hearts, and Monol, as an established international English school in Baguio City, always remembers to give back to the community.
On December 19, 2018, Monol went for a visit at RSCC-CAR to bring a day of fun and share the love. Foreign students volunteered to be there as the company for the deprived children as they join them in playing games, making crafts, and coloring sketches. A foreign student even performed magic for the kids that left them truly amazed. Jollibee, the mascot from the food chain of the world-famous fried chicken, proved again to be well-loved by children as he entertained them.
This is also an activity that nurtures the foreign students to be generous not only of gifts but also of more important things like time and care. It teaches them to be compassionate and become champions of humanity. It’s the learning that goes beyond the classroom and the knowledge they get is universal.
All in all, it was a day well-spent, wherein love is given and shared regardless of culture and status. It holds the spirit of Christmas, which is the season for us to be filled with joy and of giving. Also, by giving, we fill others the same joy. Monol knows.