P450-M school buildings being built in Mt Province

>> Monday, November 7, 2016

2 senior high inaugurated 

By Wabilyn M. Lomong-oy
BONTOC, Mountain Province – Rep. Maximo Dalog said some P450 million worth of school buildings are now being constructed in the province.
Latest to have buildings would be Mountain Province General Comprehensive High School (MPGCHS) and Talubin National High School, in this capital town which will now have adequate spaces to accommodate students with  inauguration  of two newly-built senior high schools here.
Both schools are among recipients of 3-storey with six classrooms and 2-storey  4-classroom senior high school buildings respectively.
The project is an inter-agency project funded under the Basic Educational Facilities Fund (BEFF) of the Department of Education that was implemented through the Department of Public Works and High Ways- Mountain Province District Engineering Office in coordination with the Office of the Congressman.
The blessing and inauguration of the MPGCHS senior high school building was held Oct. 28 officiated by Rev. Lucresia Turtem of Cathedral of All Saints.
The Talubin senior high school building inauguration was conducted same date.Blessing was led by Rev. Fr. Marcial Castaneda of the Sta. Rita de Cascia.
During both inaugurations, Rep.Dalog in his message expressed his gratitude to everyone who helped in the completion of the said projects. He encouraged the teachers to be committed in helping develop the skills, knowledge of the students that included molding the minds of the student. He urged the students to be committed to study hard and be responsible for their own growth and development to be productive citizens.
Dalog asked commitment of local officials to support senior high school especially implementation of the K to 12 in Mountain Province.
Glynnis Ngeteg, officer in charge of MPGCHS Senior High School, gave thanks to concerned agencies for their efforts in delivery of quality education.
Belinda C. Tinacba, principal of Talubin NHS, recognized the collaborative efforts of all the concerned agencies in the completion of the project.
The Office of the Congressman in partnership with the Children International Incorporated, gave T-shirts to beneficiaries especially seniors.
The same had been giving medical supplies to hospitals and pairs of shoes to organizations in the province. Such supplies were given earlier this year. 


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