>Bohol Classrooms Inaugurated


Guv inaugurates 9 classrooms  
BOHOL Gov. Erico Aumentado Friday led inaugural rites and turn-over of nine classrooms for three high schools in Inabanga town
  Inabanga High School (IHS) in Barangay Nabuad and Cuaming High School in the island barangay of Cuaming got a two-classroom school building each while the Southern Inabanga High School in Barangay Dagohoy got five classrooms.
  The Philippine Army’s Engineer Support Battalion under the 53rd Engineer Brigade constructed the building in Cuaming costing P780,000 only, supervised by the Provincial Engineer’s Office under Engr. Edwin Vallejos. 
  Aumentado asked the beneficiaries to take care of the buildings so that these may last for the use even of the next generation. 
  In Cuaming, the construction of school building received counterpart from the municipal local government unit, the barangay officials and the Parents-Teachers Association.
  The governor impressed upon the students the importance of studying. 
  ”Education is the key to a brighter future and a treasure that cannot be stolen,” he said.
  At the SIHS, the teachers and students expressed elation when Mayor Jono Jumamoy also turned over to them one unit of air conditioner for their computer room. 
  The latest addition to the SIHS is a joint project of the provincial government and the Department of Education under Secretary Jesli Lapus costing P780,000 only.
  The school buildings were fully painted inside and out Each classroom, standard in area at 56 square meters, already has a toilet, plumbing and electrical wiring as well as blackboards, 
  The schools district supervisors, barangay officials, parents, teachers and students witnessed the rites. blessing, inauguration and turn-over in three high schools was attended by, 
  Philippine Army officials led by Col. Alan Luga of the 802nd Infantry Brigade also attended the Cuaming turnover.  

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