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Amampacang Elementary School
(L-R) Officiating Priest, DepEd Supervisor Teresa Simon, Construction Chief Engr. Carlos Rañola, DepEd Supervisor Zosimo Mañoza, Punong Barangay Dominadora Rojo, and School Head Leticia Gregorio during the ribbon cutting ceremony.

P2.9 million school building inaugurated

August 17, 2017

CALBAYOG CITY – The Department of Public Works and Highways Samar First District Engineering Office (DPWH-SFDEO) inaugurates the recently completed one-storey, two-classroom school building in Amampacang Elementary School.

The P2.9 million project, sourced out from the 2017 Basic Educational Facilities Fund, was carried out by DPWH as part of their convergence program, in partnership with the Department of Education (DepEd)

Construction Chief Engr. Carlos Rañola of DPWH Samar I officiates the turn-over of the symbolic key and the ribbon cutting ceremony. The blessing and turnover of the school building is also graced by DepEd Officials, Supervisors Zosimo Mañozo and Teresa Simon, as well as the school faculty, general PTA officers and students of Amampacang Elementary School.

“We are so fortunate and pleased that our school was chosen as one of the beneficiaries of this project. We, teachers, believe that a good and conducive classroom is extremely beneficial in the development of our learners as it improves the quality of education. I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks and gratitude to those fellows who rendered their effort to the realization of this project,” said Leticia S. Gregorio, school head of Amampacang Elementary School. This project benefits about 50 students enrolled in the school.