ORMOC CITY-Leyte Fourth District Engineering (DEO) led by District Engineer Lino Francisco C. Gonzalez, together with Rep.Lucy Marie Torres – Gomez and Mayor Richard I. Gomez turns over a multi-storey, 9-classroom school building to Liloan National High School and Department of Education (DepEd) officials.
According to DE Gonzalez, the school building was designed to be typhoon resilient as to withstand any calamities. The new school building also comes with a complete push button fire alarm set, a stainless steel overhead water tank that can hold up to 2000 gallons of water, 3 Hp booster pump, and fire sprinklers making it safe and convenient for the students.
This school building amounting to 24.47 million pesos is part of the 68 school building projects of Leyte 4th DEO under the Basic Educational Facilities Fund (BEFF) 2017.
At present, Leyte 4th DEO is fast-tracking the implementation of the schools building to accommodate more enrollees come this June 2019. (PR)