School buildings in Guagua inaugurated

GUAGUA -- Second District Board Member Mylyn Pineda Cayabyab led the inauguration of new classroom buildings constructed by the provincial government of Pampanga in Guagua town the other day.

Pineda-Cayabyab visited the Natividad High School, San Antonio Integrated High School, and San Juan Nepomuceno Elementary School to formally turn over the new building to the said schools.

The new school buildings were constructed through the Special Education Fund for building construction for 2023.

The project included three classrooms for San Juan Nepomuceno Elementary School, four classrooms for Natividad High School and six classrooms for the San Antonio Integrated High School.

Pineda Cayabyab said the construction of the said buildings is expected to address the classroom shortages in the said schools.

It also aimed to address the need to reduce shifting of classes in the said areas.

Joining Pineda-Cayabyab during the event were 2nd district Board Member Sajid Eusoof, Guagua Mayor Anthony Joseph Torres, and Schools Division Superintendent Romeo Alip of the Division of Pampanga.


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