Engineer David P. Adongay Jr. (left) and Congressman Rogelio
J. Espina lead the ribbon cutting during the blessing and
turn-over ceremony of the P24.7M 2-storey, 10-classroom
school building at Western Biliran High School for the Arts
and Culture (WeBHSAC) in Brgy. Tamarindo, Almeria, Biliran
on March 28, 2019.
DPWH-Biliran DEO’s P24.7M
school building project turned-over to WeBHSAC
April 2, 2019
NAVAL, Biliran – The
Western Biliran High School for the Arts and Culture (WeBHSAC) in
Brgy. Tamarindo, Almeria, Biliran receives a 2-storey, 10-classroom
school building facility that will benefit over 400 students of the
Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH)-Biliran District
Engineering Office (DEO) turned-over the said school building
facility on March 28, 2019.
Congressman Rogelio J. Espina graced the turn-over and blessing
ceremony together with DPWH Officials headed by District Engineer
(DE) David P. Adongay Jr.
The event was also graced by Almeria Mayor Richard D. Jaguros, DepEd
Biliran Schools Division Superintendent (SDS), Dr. Pedro T.
Escobarte and School Governance Operations Division (SGOD) Chief
Lucille C. Roa. Also present were the barangay officials, school
teachers, students, PTCA Officers, members and parents.
In a short message delivered by DE Adongay, he emphasized that good
school buildings and classrooms like in WeHBSAC motivate students
and teachers to perform well in their studies and teachings.
The P24.7M worth of 2-storey, 10-classroom school building facility
is equipped with toilets and electric fans.
“Having schools in good condition, like this 10 classroom is
decisive for the students to achieve the expected academic results
and improve their performance,” said DE Adongay.
The DE added that schools and classrooms are as indispensable and
important as roads and bridges.
“That is why our office is always in constant link with local
leaders and schools for a better education of our children,” he
With the rapid increasing of students every year, DE Adongay said
that the need for school buildings also increases. Thus, the
adequacy and inadequacy of school buildings affects the education of
Adongay assures that there will be more good classrooms to be
implemented by DPWH to make possible for children and youths to
study especially those living in the remote areas.