Creative Teacher Uses Broken Chairs, Discarded Sink to Create Colorful Classroom Wall

Public school teachers know how difficult it can be for them to get any funding, with the government imposing a ‘No Collection’ policy and the fact that the budget for most schools is not enough to cover all expenses; thus, it is up to the teachers and principal to find ways to make the school beautiful.

Heard of that school in Cavite that had tiles all over its grounds? That’s quite impressive!

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

But not everyone is that rich or could find someone rich to fund the projects. Many have to find other ways to get the job done – such as this creative teacher from South Cotabato who managed to create a colorful classroom wall from broken chairs and discarded sink in their classroom.

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

In a post on Facebook, a certain ‘Reynel Calmerin’ shared photos of the impressive work he accomplished from the broken materials in school. He clarified that he was not destroying public property because the broken chairs and sink were already discarded and considered as trash.

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

In his post, the teacher joked that he came from a party and went straight to working as carpenter. It was impressive how he was able to create a beautiful, colorful wall in the classroom from the discarded materials he got from the chairs and sink.

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

A lot of people expressed amazement over what the teacher had done, saying he created a lovely reading nook for his students – and it was clearly a labor of love that he did by himself.

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

He didn’t ask for the parents or the students to contribute money (that’s not allowed by the DepEd!) to complete this project.

Photo credit: Reynel Calmerin / Facebook

Others also pointed out that this creative teacher is teaching his students a life lesson as well in the attractive wall he made from the discarded materials…

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