Want to help highest need public senior high schools get science equipment and other teaching aids? Here’s how

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From June 15 to July 15, motorists can help produce the country’s future scientists, programmers, engineers and math wizards by fueling up in participating Caltex stations to fund Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) classroom projects of teachers and their students from the highest need senior-ready public high schools in Metro Manila as identified by the Department of Education.

In the fund-raising drive called Caltex Fuel Your School (CFYS), Caltex will donate P1 for every 4-liter fuel purchase to provide these target schools with tools they requested like multimedia projectors, laptops, lab sets and other devices to effectively teach STEM subjects which are critical learning areas for incoming grades 11 and 12.

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Photo above shows staff at Caltex station on “selfie mode” inviting motorists to support CFYS by posting and sharing the program’s mechanics online to their Facebook friends to spread awareness.

CFYS is part of Caltex Energy for Learning Initiative, which supports educational programs that help individuals acquire knowledge and gain new skills. CYFS is supported by the Department of Education and the American Chamber Foundation as partners.

Want to help highest need public senior high schools get science equipment and other teaching aids Here's how

For more information about CYFS, visit http://www.caltex.com/ph/fuelyourschool or Caltex Philippines Facebook page at www.facebook.com/CaltexPhilippines .

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Want to help highest need public senior high schools get science equipment and other teaching aids? Here’s how

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