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Student Goes To School With Makeshift Pen Made Of Wood And Rubber Band

This kid’s perseverance touched the hearts of netizens.

Let’s face it, not all students value the simple things such as pens, pencils, and other school supplies. The unfortunate fact, however, is that there are also plenty of youngsters who are struggling to make ends meet and have to cope with very limited resources just so they can still study.

Take this young boy from Samar, Philippines, for example. He was so determined to keep learning that he refused to skip school even if he doesn’t have a proper pen. Instead of giving up, he went to school with an improvised writing tool made of wood and rubber band.

Because this kid belongs to a poor family who could not afford to buy him school supplies, he found a creative way to solve the problem.

Wrapped in a piece of wood and held together by rubber bands is a ballpen refill. He uses this makeshift ballpen in his class, allowing him to still be in school and copy his lessons on paper.

In a post that has since gone viral on Facebook and reshared over several channels, Teacher Maricor Baculanta with Facebook account Moshi De Vera-Bacs shared pictures of the kid who was writing intently on his armchair while using the makeshift pen.

According to the teacher, she noticed the student was covering his paper even when they weren’t having an exam. Apparently, the kid was trying to conceal his pen out of everyone’s view.

The post has inspired a lot of netizens because the kid didn’t mind not having the proper ballpen for school; instead of complaining and quitting because his parents were too poor to buy him one, this kid made use with the resources he had.

The still unnamed kid goes to school at Union Elementary School in Sta Rita, Samar. When his story went viral, a lot of netizens promised to provide all the help they could send him to ensure he never has to use a makeshift ballpen again.

Other commenters shared that their kids don’t know how to value their school supplies and they wished the children could learn a thing or two from this boy.


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She is currently taking care of 200 dogs, foxes, and raccoons!

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Daria plays with two of the rescued dogs.


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