Thursday, December 09, 2021

Guagua ALS get financial assistance from Capitol

SOME 393 students under the Alternative Learning System (ALS) in Guagua town received P1,000 cash assistance from the Provincial Government of Pampanga.

The ALS is a parallel learning system implemented by the Department of Education (DepEd) throughout the Philippines to provide a practical option to the existing formal instruction inside school premises.

The distribution was led by Second District Board Member Anthony Joseph Torres, Board Member Fritzie David Dizon, and Guagua Vice Mayor Sajid Khan Eusoof.

Each ALS passer from Guagua town received P1,000 each from the Pampanga Provincial Government with the help of the Governor’s Office, Provincial Library, and Provincial Treasurer’s Office.


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