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    Mom posts heartbreaking realization over compassionate son’s low grades

    “What makes a child gifted and talented may not always be good grades in school, but a different way of looking at the world and learning.” - Chuck Grassley
    Mom posts heartbreaking realization over compassionate son’s low grades

    A mom recently went viral after posting her son’s grades for the first grading period, with the highest being 80 and the rest all in line of 7s.

    Jheezel Orbina Panga shared the photo not to shame the kid and definitely not because she’s proud of what he was able to achieve in school. However, the heartbreaking realization she made after scolding her son and making him cry would warm netizens’ hearts. This would make others realize that grades are not always the most important thing for students to get in school.

    “This was my son's report card nito lang nagdaan na first grading. He is a grade 1 pupil. Haha! 🤣 Obviously, walang magulang ang matutuwa diyan. At oo! Talagang nainis ako at napagalitan ko siya that day. I even scolded him the following day. Nasabon ko talaga siya to the extent na maiiyak siya. 😭 I felt so bad kaso kailangan ko ipaintindi sa kanya na mahalaga din ang pag-aaral although bata pa naman siya,” Jheezel wrote.

    Indeed, it is heartbreaking for a mother to do this to her child. But after scolding him, she realized that even though her son might not be academically gifted, he is a compassionate kid who often thinks and feels way beyond his age.

    Mom posts heartbreaking realization over compassionate son’s low grades
    Photo credit: Jheezel Orbina Panga / Facebook

    Read the rest of her post here:

    “But you know what? Although makulit din siya at pasaway minsan. Lately, na-realize ko na meron akong intelligently different na anak. Paano ko nasabi? Siya kasi yung tipo ng anak na laging may ganitong senaryo...

    "Mama, birthday ng classmate ko bukas. Pabaunan mo ko kanin tapos dalawang itlog, bibigyan ko siya para surprise."

    "Mama, alam mo yung classmate ko kawawa kasi wala siyang baon. Eh diba may baon akong biscuit tapos may 20 pa ko. Binigyan ko siya 5 para makabili siya soup."

    "Mama, yung classmate ko laging masakit yung kamay kaya sinulat ko siya sa notebook niya."

    "Mama, paglaki ko bibilhan kita ng kotse para di ka na mahihirapan samin ni Aki pag aalis tayo na tatlo lang tayo. Kita ko kasi hirap na hirap ka pag tatawid tayo."

    "Mama, maglaba ka lang diyan. Ako na bahala kay Aki."

    "Mama, mag-aalkansya ako para may pang-kasal na kayo ni Papa."

    -- Naisip ko, bata ba talaga 'tong anak ko? Parang matanda na nagkatawang bata lang. Pero meron pang pangyayari na nagpaiyak sakin. Yun yung nagkwento siya sakin about sa pagdadasal niya gabi-gabi.

    "Mama, alam mo ba naiiyak ako habang nagdadasal ako sabi ko Papa Jesus wini-wish ko po sana tumalino na ko para hindi na nagagalit sakin si mama. Ang Bobo ko kasi e. Marunong naman na ko magbasa konti pero mababa pa rin grade ko."

    That broke my heart. 😭 Naiyak ako mga Inay. 😢 Omg! Di ko napapansin nagiging hard na pala ko masyado sa kanya. Nagsorry ako sa kanya kahapon. Humingi ako ng pasensya kung lagi ko siyang napapagalitan. Gusto ko lang naman siyang lumaki ng tama at may values. Sinabi ko pa na okay lang kahit hindi mataas grades niya basta maging mabuting bata lang siya masaya na ko.

    Ang sagot niya, "Okay lang po mama. Mag-aaral na ko mabuti."

    I remember sabi ng Lolo ko. Huwag ko daw gawing basehan ang grades. Mas mahalaga daw kung may natutunan ba talaga ang bata. Siguro nag-expect lang ako sa kanya kasi noon sobrang taas ng mga grades ko. 😒😔

    Sa mga wisdom ng anak ko ngayon, masasabi ko siguro naman lalaki siyang mabuting tao. Proud ako kasi bata pa siya, malalim na ang level of understanding niya. 😊💓

    Sorry medyo napahaba. I just want to share to all the parents that our child's mental health or EQ is more important than their grades. 😅✌️

    A lot of netizen agreed with her post.

    “Naiyak po ako😢 thanx for sharing ur story😢 and u are lucky to have a son like him... remember EQ is better that IQ💕,” one netizen wrote.

    “I feel u siz.. Ganyan din anak q. Mababa grades pro kng mag isip parang nd elementary. Like nung nakaraan nanunuod kami tv na ung bata lumaki na nakabili ng bahay at lupa at nagibg successful. Sabi nya mama bibilhan kita bahay at lupa at kotse para ky papa. Tumulo lng luha q. Huhu,” another one wrote.

    — Joy Adalia, The Summit Express

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