Better learning facilities await students and teachers in the towns of Dumalag and Cuartero, Province of Capiz with the construction of school building projects by the Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH).
In his report to DPWH Secretary Mark A. Villar, DPWH Region 6 Director Wenceslao Leano said that a ground breaking ceremony was held for the construction of P45-million school buildings at Dumalag Central School that will house 13 classrooms, a computer room, a faculty room, and a spare room.
The project consists of a 3-storey school building with nine (9) classrooms that will be the first of its kind in the province as its third floor will be a large hall that can serve as an activity center for up to 200 persons and a 2-storey, 4-classroom building that will be built beside the new multipurpose gym with bleachers and three bays for school programs and events.
A ground breaking ceremony was also held in the municipality of Cuartero, Capiz for the construction of a 2-storey, 6-classroom building at Bito-on Elementary School, amounting to P12.18-million.
“We commit to finish the projects on time to provide quality academic infrastructure facilities for the holistic development of students in the province”, added Secretary Villar.