I had to wake up at around 6:30 am--- on a SATURDAY MORNING!
I swear, I had to force myself to get off bed.
Anyhoo, I arrived at school around 7:30.
We had our very first CAT (Citizens Army Training) that day.
What is CAT?
Well, Citizen Army Training is a course that is part of the fourth year highschool curriculum. The students receive marks for their performance. They could either fail or pass. Oh, and mind you, we wouldn't graduate highschool if we fail CAT! Haha! For 4 hours a week for the rest of the school year, we would undergo rigorous military training. Nakakatamad nang i-explain. Haha, just google it! :)
Anyway, the CAT started at 8 am.
I was so glad I decided to attend today's session.
Turns out that students who missed CAT sessions would STILL be asked to do 4-hour community services..like, perhaps clean the canteen, or worse- the bathroom walls.
First up, community service.
We swept roads and painted on gutters.
The girls were responsible for the roads and gutters IN school, while the boys were responsible for those OUTSIDE/ SURROUNDING the school.
Lol, this photo's hilarious! Jomar, what are you doing to Dustin?!