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JUST in time for the opening of classes on June 3, employees of SM Malls in Batangas make Brigada Eskwela a way of life as it annually participated on the Department of Educationโ€™s nationwide. This year, they joined the Brigada Eskwela last May 25, 2019.

SM South 4 FAS Officer Enrico Guinhawa while replacing the damaged classroom window jalousies at Melecio Arceo Memorial Elementary School in Batangas City.

Volunteers from each mall shared their free time and effort in preparing and cleaning classrooms of public schools in Batangas City, Lemery and Lipa City.

Standing with the teachers of Lumbang National High School are the SM Lipa employees joining in Brigada Eskwela 2019.

Employees of SM City Lipa and SM Center Lemery assisted theLumbang National High School and the Venturanza School in repainting theclassroom walls and tables and chairs while SM City Batangas employees assisted the Melecio Arceo Memorial Elementary School in the classroom electrical rewiring, replacement of damaged jalousies and repainting of the classroom railings.

Joining the Brigada Eskwela is part of SMโ€™s employee volunteerism project spearheaded by the Human Resources Department in collaboration with SM Cares in support of Department Educationโ€™s annual clean-up campaign in preparation for school opening.|

Volunteer employees of SM Center Lemery repainting the tables at Venturanza School in Lemery.
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