BORONGAN CITY-Department of Public Works and Highways Eastern Samar District Engineering Office (DPWH ESDEO) has completed nine units of school buildings in Llorente National High School (LNHS).
These school buildings are convergence projects of DPWH and Department of Education (DepEd) funded under Basic Education Facilities Fund (BEFF).
The school principal of LNHS, Sixto Balita, in an interview expressed his gratitude to DPWH and DepEd for the construction of these school buildings.
“Every school building that has been constructed in our school creates high hopes for our teachers and students. Our teachers get more inspired and motivated to educate our young leaders as these facilities make an advantageous impact to learning,” added Balita.
The school principal also narrated how classes were conducted in the absence of these school buildings.
“Back in 2016, classes were held in our covered court for our pioneering students in Senior High School. Imagine how difficult it was for our teachers and students considering the days with warm weather and noisy setting but now, we have an environment which is safe and conducive for learning,” said Balita.
Meanwhile, ESDEO District Engineer Manolo A. Rojas assures stakeholders that these school buildings were built safe and with right quality conforming to design and standards.
“I directed all my project engineers to be committed during the construction of these school buildings because it is important that these buildings are with standard quality for this serve as the second home of our students,” said DE Rojas.
These 9 units school buildings consisted of 1-unit, 1-storey technical vocational; 1-unit, 2-storey, 10 classroom; 1-unit, 2-storey, 6 classroom; 1-unit, 3-storey, 12 classroom and 5 units, 2-storey, 10-workshop classroom.
The construction of the mentioned school buildings covered from year 2016 to 2018. (PR)