Liham ng guro para sa kanyang "favorite student" na yumao sa araw ng graduation, viral na

Liham ng guro para sa kanyang "favorite student" na yumao sa araw ng graduation, viral na

- Teachers are considered to be a child's second parent after they enter their second home which is school

- As they grow and learn in school, their bonds with their classmates and their teachers become deeper

- This is the case for Josephine Ulitin, a teacher from Bataan, who penned an emotional letter to her late student

- In her online post, Josephine shared how happy she was upon seeing her student's name during their moving-up ceremony

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Teachers are said to be a child's second parent after they are enrolled in school, a place also considered to be one's second home.

As the students continue to grow in school, so do their bonds with their classmates, as well as the teachers who have been guiding them constantly.

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Just recently, KAMI learned that a teacher from Bataan went viral after she penned an emotional letter to her "favorite student" who passed away.

Liham ng guro para sa kanyang "favorite student" na yumao sa araw ng graduation, viral na
Photo grabbed from Josephine Lanceta Ulitin's Facebook account
Source: Facebook

Josephine Lanceta Ulitin, who is from Orani, Bataan, has made netizens cry with her heartbreaking post for her late student, Lloyd Jerome Conde.

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"Wala akong favorite student, kasi gusto ko fair sa lahat, maliban sayo anak, Loyd Jerome Conde. Sayo lang ako nagkaroon ng favorite, at alam ng lahat ng mga kaklase mo yun.

"Sobrang special ka samin. Tanggap nilang iba ako pagdating sayo. Sa loob ng 1 taon sa face to face class last year, walang ni isang nakapam-bully o nakasakit sayo

"Kasi alam nilang lahat na magwawala talaga ko sa room pag ikaw ang kinanti nila, pero kahit hindi ako magalit, nakita ko anak na minahal at tinanggap ka ng lahat ng kaklase mo."

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In her post, Ulitin revealed that Jerome wanted to finish his studies despite his medical condition and that he was supposed to study at home.

"May medical condition ka pero gustong gusto mo makapagtapos. Tandang tanda ko nun, ililipat ka sana ng ADM para sa bahay ka na lang magaaral pero ayaw mo kasi sabi mo masaya ka sa room."

At the end of her post, Ulitin expressed her happiness upon seeing Jerome's name during their moving-up ceremony.

"Kanina, habang nanonood ng virtual moving up, ang dami sa kaklase mo na honor ngayon pero iba yung saya ko nung nakita ko yung pangalan mo. Ikaw nga lang yung binati ko ng special sa GC natin.

"Kasi anak tandang tanda ko yung sinabi mo sakin na gusto mong maka-graduate, kaya ang sakit sakit anak na sa mismong araw ng graduation mo ay iniwan mo na kami. Rest in God's Paradise anak, dun wala ng pain."

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As reported earlier by KAMI, the story of a teacher who managed to let her BFF's children graduate in school has touched the hearts of netizens.

Aside from this, the mobile graduation that was held in Surigao with the usage of a pickup truck has earned praises from the online community.

Source: Kami.com.ph

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