Ayala school thanks Celso for numerous school buldings PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 03 August 2016 11:53


Ayala Central School principal Dr. Edsel Francisco thanked District 1 Congressman Celso Lobregat for his education advocacy and for bringing better learning environment to the students in Ayala and its nearby villages.

The school principal became emotional when he recalled the previous situation of the said school suffering from congested classrooms with the growing number of students trying to fit in the limited corners just to learn and be educated.

Francisco said that since 2011 up to the present, Lobregat has registered an extraordinary record of bringing in some 96 classrooms to the said school which will cater to the 5,065 students of Ayala CS.

Last week, Lobregat again inaugurated the P20.20M, (3) Storey, 15 classroom building which is part of the DepEd school building program implemented by the DPWH.

The principal also revealed that the initiatives of Lobregat was also instrumental to their school for bagging the Brigada Eskwela Regional Champion award due to the well maintained school buildings in placed.

“We thank Congressman Lobregat for his untiring support to Ayala CS, in fact, one of the reason why be received the award was because of our ideal set-up in site development of the school having a suitable learning environment,” Francisco said.

At the same time, Francisco also appealed to the solon for additional infrastructure facilities in the said school which is needed as of this time, like the Home Economics facility, the Science laboratory and the Computer laboratory.

In response, right there and then, Lobregat let the technical persons of DepEd and DPWH to measure the possible location for the said edifice.

Lobregat said that he will not promise but will do everything that is possible to make it happen since it is a necessity considering the large population of Ayala Central School at present.

Recall that under the Lobregat administration as a former city mayor, the following classrooms were constructed like; (3) Storey 27 Classroom Building – constructed in 2012,(2) Storey 8 Classroom Building – 2009,(2) Storey 8 Classroom Building – 2008, and (2) Storey 6 Classroom Building – 2007. There is also an on-going construction of a (4) Storey 20 classroom building under the PAGCOR-DepEd-DPWH School Building Program. The construction is expected to be completed before the end of this year. – Dexter Yap