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Bulacan gov inaugurates eight additional school buildings
Thursday, 11 August 2011
CITY OF MALOLOS – More students will now have rooms for studying after Gov. Wilhelmino M. Sy-Alvarado started inaugurating eight newly constructed school buildings in the seven municipalities of Bulacan this week, from August 9-12, 2011.

The said inauguration activity led by Alvarado was done to formally open the said school buildings to address the shortage of classrooms in the province.

Through the Provincial Engineer’s Office, three two storey, four-classroom school buildings were mounted at Sapang Palay National High School, City of San Jose Del Monte, Akle High School in San Miguel and Lydia D. Villangca Trade School in San Rafael.

Another two-storey, two classroom school building was constructed in Cambaog National High School in Bustos and another two classroom school building was built in Pulo Elementary School in San Rafael wherein the Home Economics room was also repaired.

Moreover, three one storey, three-classroom school buildings were constructed in Pinambaran Elementary School and Sacdalan Elementary School in San Miguel and Dr. Felipe de Jesus Elementary School in Plaridel.

In addition, one unit, one-classroom school building was built for the Gen. Gregorio Del Pilar in Bulakan.

According to the governor, education and health are his primary concerns in the implementation of his seven point agenda, thus, he is encouraging everyone to unite in order to fully implement the programs that addresses these concerns.

“Sa mga bagong paaralan kinakailangan mas makapal para mas matagal magagamit ng mga bata, at kailangan may comfort room, ito’y para sa mas ikaaayos ng sitwasyon ng mga estudyante sa paaralan,” said Alvarado.

Furthermore, Alvarado also said that come September, the construction for more school buildings will start again to address the scarcity of classrooms in other municipalities in the province. ###

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