Mabalacat City schools benefit from CDC community projects

CLARK FREEPORT -- Two public elementary schools with some 2,700 students have benefited from the community-assistance projects of Clark Development Corporation (CDC) recently.

CDC Assistant Vice President for External Affairs Division (EAD) Rommel Narciso said the state-run firm turned over construction materials and an air-conditioning unit to Mabiga and Pineda-Gutierrez elementary schools, respectively.

CDC earlier received a letter of request for sponsorship on the rehabilitation of Grade III classroom in Mabiga Elementary School from the school principal, Reynaldo Galang.

Following the evaluation of CDC’s infrastructure planning division and community relations and social services, the state-run firm recently turned over 45 pieces galvanized iron sheets, seven pieces of half inch thick plywood, 40 pieces one fourth thick plywood and 15 two by three by ten feet wood for the rehabilitation of the said classroom.

CDC also received a letter of request from Pineda Gutierrez Elementary School in Mabalacat City for sponsorship of one air-conditioning unit for the school’s computer laboratory room.

The CDC learned that a computer laboratory with air-conditioning unit is a pre-requisite to the delivery of additional computer units by the Department of Education.

EAD staff handed the air conditioning unit to the school’s coordinator Janeth Diangson.

CDC’s corporate social responsibility program under Clark Cares initiatives, supports various programs on education, livelihood and health for the community within contiguous areas.

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