As we value the importance of community development, we urge our learners to involve themselves with other children and other sectors of society. Social involvement is very crucial and must be learned by these children at a young age. Here, they will grasp the concept of “bayanihan” and unity which is the major component for a progressed and developed community. We give our full efforts to promote a loving, equal and humane society, in accordance with the mission-vision of our institution.
Aiming to help those who are less fortunate, we conduct outreach programs for us to be able to share our blessings and make them realize that we are one community. Although strangers, we treat them as our friends, and more importantly, as a part of our Rosario Institute family.
We encourage not only our students, but also our teachers, parents and alumni, to take positive actions towards the urgent social issues that our country is facing today. Together as one, we can gradually provide permanent solutions to finally create a more just and dignified Philippines.
Our institution urges our students not only to excel academically but also to become the agents of change as they are the future of our country. As our national hero Gat. Jose Rizal once said, “Kabataan ang pag-asa ng bayan”, which is why we need to nurture them and mold them into loving, generous and civil individuals.
Just last December 2017, Rosario Institute (RI) conducted an early Christmas gift-giving program in line with its 71st Founding Anniversary.
A total of 8 public elementary schools were chosen to be a part of the said program wherein 25 students from each school were given Pamaskong Handog gifts for Noche Buena.
The public schools are as follows:
- Agustion Abadilla Elementary School
- Bagbag I Elementary School
- Bagbag II Elementary School
- David P. Jimenez Elementary School
- Mayor Calixto D. Enriquez Elementary School
- Rosario Elementary School
- Silangan Elementary School
- Tejeros Convention Elementary School
Making the day extra jolly was the crew of Jollibee Noveleta who sponsored the program. The children had a blast as they played parlor games such as chicken walk, calamansi relay and more. Aside from games, the participants got a glimpse of the performance of elementary and high school RI students as they showcased their dance entry during the “Tinapang Salinas” festivities.
Funds collected during the three-day celebration were then gifted to selected Rosario pupils.