Last Updated on April 13, 2017 by Marie Bautista
Or am I?
A month ago, I saw this entry in my son’s school journal(by the way, he gave me his approval to print this entry):
Let me write it down for you:
Today it was super fun. So I think I will design the phoenix since I got a plan, but I will tell you something. I’m exactly the last student here because as I’m writing this, I’m at school and the time is 5:58.
Wait. Did you read that right?
Did it say he was the last student in school and it was 5:58???
Now, don’t judge me. This does not usually happen, except the time when he left our house at 10 PM when he was just 3 years old (will write about that later) and when we forgot to pick him up at 5 PM instead of 2 PM when he was in the second grade (although he did not notice the time because Manong Jonathan – the school guard – taught him how to bike with a big two-wheeled bike).
Well, my boy was eventually picked up from school at around 6:48. He felt really worried that something happened to us, but he was positive towards what happened:
I think something good is going to happen because I saw a dove and it’s getting darker. So I think this was an awesome day since this thing happened.
Adrian felt safe because he has Manong Jonathan with him.
How to use the app?
- Visit www.husayatmalasakit.com and click Nominate
- Fill out the form.
- Submit a photo of your unsung hero and briefly write about why you want to thank your unsung hero.
- Wait for the confirmation e-mail from Unilab regarding the approval of your submission
And oh, I just have to give our unsung hero and the school this Unilab Healthcare Kit.
Melisa Sanchez says
Wow ang galing naman ni Manong Guard 🙂 Sana lahat ng ga school guards ay katulad nya. Mabuhay po kayo manong!
Elizabeth O. says
Guards who keep us safe don't always get the recognition they deserve. This is very sweet and appreciative.
It is really nice to know that Manong Guard has concern, bihira na yan sa panahon ngayon.
Dominique Goh says
That great that there is a guard around to take care of the kids. Great that his services has been recognised.
MELISSA U says
This is sweet! So hard to come by people like guards who really care. 🙂
It's nice to have someone you can trust to and it's very rare now a days. But I find it really sweet that such gesture was reciprocated by recognizing his efforts and good deed as what your son did.
Nilyn EC Matugas says
Schools need more guards like him – those who don't just work for salary but those who love what they're doing.
Mommy Maye says
I must say Manong Guard is a rare kind. Not all people has this great concern and love for his work and the people he work for. So mabuhay ka Manong Jonathan!
Melgie Campbell says
Galing naman ne Manong Jonathan, keep the students safe around him. Its nice to give them recognition, awesome Sis:)
Mark Villar says
My father had been a security way back then and I must say he hard a time. That manong guard deserves a recognition.
Allan D says
Good to know that there are person like Mang Jonathan. Aside from doing their duties at work, he used to let students feel safe inside the campus.
Not all school guards will have that care to the students.
Anna Plaida says
Thanked God some one is still concern with other people. At least you know that he is safe inside the school
That is so nice. I remember my sister having a good experience with the guards too. It was already past 7pm and hindi pa sya nasusundo. Yung mga guards ng school when they started eating their dinner (their baon), they shared it with my 7yo sister. Natawa pa nga ako kasi, humingi pa daw sya ng coke sa guard. Hehe