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2015 Christmas Message of Secretary Br. Armin Luistro FSC

A Merry Christmas to you and your loved ones!

This year is filled with various challenges as we continue to stand in institutionalizing the K to 12 education reform for the benefit of our Filipino learners. The process is marked with hurdles but you still accompanied us. To all the teachers, school personnel and administrators, and parents, your concerted commitment is highly regarded.

This season is a celebration of giving, loving, and sharing. May we contemplate on this and apply it in our calling to continually give our best for the Filipino children. Let us continue the education reform that will give light and hope to every Filipino learner.

Christmas reminds us that love makes us open our hands to help and serve, and to be a blessing to others. As this year comes to an end, may we continue to remain faithful in our commitment to reach those in the peripheries to ensure that no child will be left behind.

There is so much that remains to be done. This invites us to find joy in service and to go beyond our duties for the Filipino children and for the country.

Sama-sama tayo para sa edukasyon at para sa bayan.

Again, may you all have a Christmas filled with goodness, joy, and love. God bless us all!

–Br Armin A. Luistro FSC

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