On the third day of Brigada Eskwela 2018, RUCS Group of Companies visits Cuneta Elementary School to donate valued materials. These materials were comprised of school supplies that CES pupils could use for the opening of classes. Notebooks, pens, pencils and quiz pads were distributed among the attendees. Moreover, first aid kids were also handed out to better equip each classroom in case of emergency scenarios.

The day started by the arrival of the volunteers and taking of attendance. This was recorded by the assigned leaders for the day. Immediately after the attendance, the volunteers were briefed on the cases that’s still need further improvements and areas that would most benefit from their aid. They were taken around the school by BE Focal Person, Mr. Elrick L. Cacayurin to familiarize them on the school grounds.

While RUCS were giving these materials with the aid of present teachers, the relocating of old materials from the previous building of CES to the new building continued. In the morning, the repainting of the chairs was done by teachers and volunteers. The chairs were carefully painted to the new schools desired and agreed color theme.

In the afternoon, the school’s drainage was finally prioritized. Barangay 79 officers and volunteers from Maynilad were present to give solution to the problem. These volunteers took the effort to ensure the drainage was unclog to lessen the impact of future floods considering the first months of classes were prone to typhoons and flooding.

A feeding program was given before lunch to the volunteers to thank them for their day’s efforts. These volunteers gathered in the temporary feeding program and were offered free foods. Some pupils who were also beneficiaries to the feeding program were invited to partake in the event.

CES teachers also began putting up their bulletin boards for the First Quarter. These bulletin boards were diligently put together according to the needs of the pupils in their current lessons. To prevent the disintegration of the new building’s paints, teachers were advised to lessen the amount of tapes they use for their bulletin boards.