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  • Writer's pictureMenchie Kinao

Application for Kalinga PLGU’s educational assistance for Grade 12 students begins Jan. 18

Tabuk City, Kalinga – The Provincial Youth and Development Office in Tabuk City has announced an Educational Assistance Program for Grade 12 students, in line with the ongoing LUMIN-AWA Educational Assistance Program led by Governor James S. Edduba.


Starting from January 18, the application process will take place at the Kalinga Sports Center.


Interested parents of Grade 12 students in the said city are urged to take note of the necessary documents for the application, including the Certificate of Enrollment, Certificate of Residency of the parent, Photocopy of the School ID of the student, and Photocopy of the Valid ID of the parent.


The office aims to assist 300 applicants daily on a first-come, first-served basis. Parents are advised to arrive early to secure their spot, stated the office.


This opportunity is exclusively available to students who have not received any form of educational assistance from government programs within the current school year.


The Office of Governor Edduba emphasized that only parents of said students should personally submit the requirements.


For those in other municipalities


For residents in other municipalities, their Municipal Social Welfare and Development personnel will handle scheduling and conduct interviews for Grade 12 students.


College students and Grade 11 students will have a separate schedule, details of which will be posted on the Facebook page of the Office of the Provincial Governor.


This initiative underscores the commitment of Edduba's administration to support the education of the youth in the province, ensuring that every student has the opportunity to reach their full potential. The LUMIN-AWA Educational Assistance Program continues to be a beacon of educational support, fostering a brighter future for the youth in the province.


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