SAN Carlos City Mayor Renato Y. Gustilo formally turned over two classroom buildings to Department of Education (DepEd)-San Carlos Schools Division Superintendent Anthony. H. Liobet on Thursday, August 13, 2020.
Both projects, which are modified calamity resilience buildings funded by the DepEd through the Department of Public Works and Highways, include the two-story four-classroom building in Andres Bonifacio Central School (ABCS) funded at P12 million while the two-story eight–classroom building in Ramon Magsaysay Elementary School (RMES) at
Mayor Gustilo said the two schools are also recipients of an audio-visual room (AVR), which will be used as faculty room for teachers. An additional P50 million will be allocated from the Special Education Fund (SEF) next year, putting Liobet in charge of implementing projects and programs.
Gustilo also urged teachers to take care of the newly built classrooms and reminded them to refrain from traveling to places where Covid-19-positive cases are increasing, cooperate with local government and observe health measures at all times.
Liobet, on the other hand, expressed his gratitude to the local government for its continuous support to the DepEd, especially in its various projects and activities.
The two schools also received boxes of alcohol and paints from the Sangguniang Panlungsod Office.
Also present during the events were Vice Mayor Christopher Paul Carmona; Sangguniang Panlungsod Members Lorna Hinolan, Carlos Manuel Valmayor and Jeffrey Hidalgo; Assistant Schools Division Superintendent Julito Felicano, district supervisors, principals and teachers. (PR)