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Two New Classrooms Constructed in Talibon Town
« on: July 06, 2008, 08:04:38 AM »
      Muddy and rough roads is not enough to postponed the inaugural and turn-over ceremony of the two new classrooms of Tunaan Daku Primary School of barangay Siktuana of this town.

      Representing Talibon Mayor Juanario Item, Councilor Nomi Valmoria cut the ceremonial ribbon with Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Soniaflor Kapirig of the Bohol Division.

      The turn-over ceremony for the two new classrooms followed with Engr. Ben Dacoylo handing over the key to Francisca Escartin, representative of Representative Roberto Cajes for Talibon, then to Councilor Valmoria.

      Then Valmori handed the key to Kapirig who further handed it to School Division Physical Facilities Coordinator Engr. Hermenilda Gracio then to School District Supervisor Enrique Carosus Jr. of Talibon district 1.

      In turn, Carosus gave the key to School Cluster Head Estela Areglad then to Barangay Captain Rolando Avergonzado of Sikatuna then to PTCA president Envangeline Turtoga, and finally to School-in-Charge Wilma Martinez.

      The simple but fitting ceremony signaled the readiness of the new classrooms for classes of grade two and three pupils.

      Two newly-completed classrooms are in addition to the two old classrooms in Tunaang Daku Primary School. The old classrooms are made of light materials and presently used by the grade one and day care classes.

      One of the new classrooms was constructed under the school facilities improvement program of the Department of Education (DepEd) amounting to P523,000 while the other is from Cajes’s Priority Development Assistance Fund (PDAF) and implemented by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) of the second engineering district of the province amounting to P480,000.

      It was purposely constructed for all school-age children living in the sitio to have access to school located three kilometers from the main school campus of the barangay.

      To date the Tunaan Daku Primary School have a total number of 106 pupils and 35 pre-schoolers coming from 48 households in the sitio.

      The school started operating in 2006 with only two teachers, one of them has been a volunteer until the present.

      During the inauguration of the new classrooms, a short program was held where Barangay Kagawad Mauro Socias led the opening prayer, while Arlyn Torrejas led the singing of the national and Bohol hymns.

      Barangay Kagawad Ricardo Garcia, chairman of the barangay education committee gave the welcome address.

      Mayor Item failed to attend the event as he was in the island barangays with officials of concerned government agencies to conduct evaluation and assess the effects of Typhoon Frank in the area.

      In his message Avergonzado expressed gratitude to Mayor Item, Representative Cajes, Governor Erico Aumentado who were responsible in the implementation of the project. - Bohol Sunday Post


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