PAGCOR Commits 32 Classrooms

PAGCOR Commits 32 Classrooms

VOL. XVIII  NO. 3 (October 25-31, 2014)

BAGUIO CITY  – Baguio  City School Superintendent Francis Bringas dislosed during the weekly  executive-legislative meeting at the Baguio City Hall multi-purpose hall last Monday that the Philippine Amusement and Gaming Corporation (PAGCOR) has committed to finance a 32 classroom senior school building project for the Baguio City National High School.

This project is in preparation to the first batch of senior high school students this coming 2016, being part of the changes brought about by the K + 12 basic education program.

The Department of Education has proposed to expand the project to 62 classrooms, expecting that the public school would be serving 5,000 of the projected 7,000 students who would be qualified as high school seniors this coming 2016, stressed Bringas.

A four storey school building with 20 classrooms will be constructed at the Pines City National High School at Irisan.

Accordingly, PAGCOR will put up the building that is pursuant to the city plan.

As other option, Mayor Mauricio Domogan said to coordinate with other top universities for possible vacant classrooms that can be used for the senior high school program./By: Jho Arranz


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