San Enrique town receives 15 school computers-A A +A
Monday, September 30, 2013
A PHILANTHROPIST recently donated 15 computer units to Mayor Mario Magno San Enrique town in Negros Occidental for various elementary and high schools in the municipality to further enhance the information and technology capability of their students.
Magno expressed gratitude to the donor whom he described as a “private person with a big heart for education.”
He reminded school heads to “put these computers to good use and take care of them well.”
Schools that received the units were: San Enrique Elementary School, Batuan Elementary School, E.R. Quitco Elementary School, Don Vicente Lopez Elementary School, N.D. Tupas Elementary School; Guintorilan Elementary School, Sibucao Elementary School, Nayon Elementary School, Don Esperidion Presbitero Elementary School, Seventh Day Adventist Elementary School, San Enrique National High School, San Enrique National High School – Sibucao Extension, and Our Lady of Purity Academy.
“I know this will be a big help to our institutions and I hope more donors will follow this act,” Magno said.
San Enrique National High School principal, Gene Espinosa, also conveyed her thanks to the donor through Magno.
Present during the turnover were the local officials of the town, vice chair Committee on Education Val Yanga Sr., school heads and principals of different schools in the municipality and municipal department heads and employees. (Teresa D. Ellera/Sun.Star Bacolod)
Published in the Sun.Star Bacolod newspaper on September 30, 2013.