BARAHAN VILLAGE, OCCIDENTAL MINDORO
STUDENTS WITH PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIP
The High School scholarship program started in 2000. It was founded by Elizabeth Barrales-Legeza to help underprivileged families in this little village, pay school fees that the parents could not afford. The first five scholars have now graduated from High School. There are 5 4th yr students, 5 3rd year students, 5 2nd year students, and 5 1st year students as of 2005. They are active participants in all of the FMI Youth Club's activities.
The goal of this scholarship was to send five students to high school annually. But it is our vision to send more should our organization be blessed financially. Yes, we would like to send more underprivileged children to school including elementary children. There are a lot of families with more than three children who could not afford to send all of their kids to school at the same time. There are those who have only two children but because of poverty are still unable to send their children to school. So this is where we come in - to stand in the gap of education.
STUDENTS WITH FULL SCHOLARSHIP
This year we have granted full scholarship to the following students:
After recovering from his neck tumor surgery in December 2004, Arvee was ready for school. He is in 1st grade this school year which started in June 2005. As an FMI full scholar, Arvee enjoys getting his daily allowance. We cover his authorized school fees, school projects. We also provided him with complete sets of uniforms and a boyscout belt, back pack, baseball cap, a pair of snickers and socks, and a complete set school supply.
Marianne is now in her last year in High School. She is currently assisting FMI's Children's Ministry (Mindoro Children's Movement). Marianne was a part-time scholar but had to transfer school somewhere else. Now she's back in Barahan village again to help in the children's ministry. FMI covered Marianne's school tuition fee or authorized fee and the costs of her school projects. We also provided her complete sets of uniforms, shoes, socks, back pack, alarm clock, umbrella, and complete school supply. She is also receiving a daily school allowance.
Jessica is Pastor Boyet & Pastora Zeny Falla's eldest daughter (FMI fulltime staff). She transferred from Batangas to Barahan village with her parents when they joined FMI. Jessica is now in her last year in High School. She is currently assisting FMI's Youth Ministry (Mindoro Youth Movement). FMI covered Jessica's school tuition fee or authorized fee and the costs of her school projects. We also provided her complete sets of uniforms, shoes, socks, back pack, alarm clock, umbrella, and complete school supply. She is also receiving a daily school allowance.
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