Read: "FILIPINO TEACHERS FOR KINDERGARTEN SCHOOLS," SAYS FORMER MP FOR PHITSANULOK
Anyway, the call was just to inform me that there was a change of venue. Just so you know about three weeks ago, we met the director of the temple school where we were supposed to test the project. The meeting was short and I noticed the happy faces of the top men of the school when we adjourned, making me believe that everything was set and we're good to go.
Last week however, the director called Dr. Warong and he was told they were no longer going to participate in the said project, nullifying all we agreed upon.
Read: PILOT PROJECT IN TEACHING KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS IS NOW OFFICIALLY CONFIRMED
If you were to ask what grounds the director's sudden change of heart, I'll give you a hint. The temple school is under the municipality which happens to be run by the other party. I'm assuming whoever is running it didn't like the idea that the opposing party is going to conduct a project within his/her jurisdiction. So... oh wait, I'm not gonna continue. I'm pretty sure you already got my drift.
A lot of things transpired without my knowledge, and I just learned all of those earlier today. Hirap i-digest.
After the short exchange of question, Dr. Warong arrived 10 minutes later and took me to the new school called Wat Sapanteesam School. There I met the director as well as the head of the village. The people there seemed to be more accommodating than the ones in the previous venue. However, something poses a problem in my opinion. If 15 to 18 students in the old school can be tiring, how much more the 29 students at Sapanteesam?
Wish me luck, guys. At least the whole idea wasn't voided.