A TWO-CLASSROOM, LOW-COST BUILDING RISES IN MAGASWE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL with the help of LGU-Ormoc, which it turned over officially to the said school on Wednesday (February 7).

The new classrooms, accordingly, are intended for pupils in grades 3 and 6, and will serve as an excellent learning space for all the students in Magaswe.

Accordingly, the city government of Ormoc continues to embrace its “Tree of Dreams” in the education sector by aiding the needs of students in remote areas through the gift of quality educational facilities.

Junrell Lora, school head, shared that the low-cost classrooms are a great gift not only to the teachers but also to the students, as they now have the space for more conducive learning.

Finally, in attendance at the said turnover ceremony were Ormoc City Councilor Burt Pades, CID Chief Education Supervisor Alejandro Almendras, Public Schools Division Supervisor Rhoda Dinoy, School Head Junrell Lora, Engr. Lady Gellelou Marquez-Otida, and Punong Barangay Reynaldo Banton. (By Joanna Grace Duenas / EV Mail Feb. 5-11, 2024 issue)