Seven school buildings turned over to DepEd in Mt Province

>> Sunday, January 22, 2017

By Wabilyn M. Lomong-oy and Roger Sacyaten

BONTOC, Mountain Province – Seven school buildings were turned over by the provincial Dept. of Public and Highways to Dept. of Education in this town witnessed by local officials and stakeholders.
“Construction of school buildings in Mountain Province is a testament of collaborative efforts and working together of stakeholders involved in establishment of quality and effective education in the province,” said Rep. Maximo Dalog during inauguration and turnover of several school buildings from Jan. 9-11.
Finished school buildings were Guinzadan National High School-Mayag Extension, Guinzadan National High School-Senior High School, Caotit Primary School and Lagawa Elementary School all in Bauko town.
The Pingad National High School-Senior High School in Sabangan, Ankileng Elemantary School and Balugan Elemantary School in Sagada were also inaugurated and turned.
The buildings were funded under the Basic Educational Facilities Fund (BEFF) through Dalog who acknowledged projects were offshoot of love and service.
In his talk, Dalog said collaboration and support of everyone from the school administration, students, Parents Teachers Association and the local government units had been very vital.
He said occasions were times to celebrate unity for progress and thanksgiving for the blessings.
Various stakeholders through the local officials and officers of PTA have expressed appreciation for the buildings that made the educational environment better with the wider classroom spaces for the learners.

Dalog said provincial constituents should be involved in education of children echoing statement of Judith Bangaan, representative of Gov. Bonifacio Lacwasan, Jr., quoting him, “It takes a village to educate a child.”  


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