Male netizen improves his son’s grades on social media
A male netizen has posted his son’s “Pasang-awa” ratings on social media saying “Nak! Napakalupet mo talaga”.
Today, most parents are excited and proud of their children’s achievements. Some of them end up posting their children’s grades or certificates on social media.
Previously, the Department of Education (DepEd) reminds the public to refrain from posting student diplomas, certificates of completion or photos of documents containing sensitive information on social media.
However, the sending of such documents through private messages or email is allowed, but their publicity is strictly prohibited. Such policies comply with existing laws and policies on privacy and data protection.
A Facebook user named Cyril Bagangan Rait has shared a photo of his son’s temporary report card for the first term. The post immediately spread like wildfire online and garnered various reactions from netizens.
In the photo, you can see that Cyril’s son scores 75 in all subjects except Filipino and English, which were left blank. Rait said that his daughter goes to “Half Day” school and that his grades would improve if he attended classes all day.
“Hindi noman important sakin yung grades ang important past as long as nag ienjoy siya ayos na kami dun, Atlis parepareho tol..hindi ng iinggitan mga grades. he he,Rat said.
Here is the full post:
Nak! Napakalupet mo talaga. Juskoday Walang labis, Walang kulang ah. Ika nga ni Duterte, Aanhin mo nga naman yung spare! 75 lang ayos na, Partida Half day lang yan pano pa kung all day edi 150 na yan. HAHAHA
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