CSF Distributes Educational Assistance To 2,000 Students [ Monday, 7th of July 2014 | 3 years ago ]
“This is in line with our desire to give as many young Fernandinos as possible the opportunity to experience quality education” said Santiago.
The mayor explained that depending on their economic status, student-recipients may receive three to five thousand pesos as subsidy per academic year which will be awarded directly to their schools.
However, the qualified student must maintain a grade of 80% for general weighted mean and must voluntarily undertake and participate in at least one community service sponsored by the city government.
“We must instill sense of responsibility to our children especially to our scholars” said Santiago noting that one of his advocacy is to ensure that “every Fernandino graduate will choose to work in San Fernando instead of looking for greener pasture abroad.”
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