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Jun. 26, 19 | 11:57 am

A young student in Argao, Cebu, has earned praises and admiration online for his determination to help his parents feed their cows.

The student is identified as Arkim Camello, a Grade 7 student at Usmaad National High School in Argao town, southern Cebu.

On her Facebook account, teacher Je-Ann Montejo posted photos of Camello carrying a sack full of uprooted grass from school, which shared many times.

Montejo narrated that for the two consecutive days, she and her fellow teachers saw Camello carrying a sack containing uprooted grasses from their assigned garden as food for their cattle.

The act touched Montejo that Camello  at an early age shows so much value for education yet,  took responsibility in helping his family.

She hopes this hoping to inspire more.

In her post, Montejo said that students like Camello bring a lot of meaning and purpose to her job as a teacher.

“To this young boy, truly you inspired us. For a new teacher like me, you just unleashed the answers of my ‘whys’ and you unconsciously introduced the ‘must’,” said Montejo in an excerpt of her post.

Photo courtesy: Facebook post of Je-Ann Montejo

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