By Helen Castaño | 04:05 PM November 24, 2022
The Department of Education (DepEd)
turned-over a 24-classroom, four-story building to Tagbilaran City Central Elementary School (TCCES) on Thursday, Nov. 24, 2022.
The ceremonial turnover of the P57.2-million learning facility was graced by Rep. Edgar Chatto of Bohol’s first district, Anne Mariquit Oppus, Deputy Chief of Staff at Governor’s Office; Dr. Erwin Lagura, City Division Supt.; Casiana Caberte, Assistant Provincial Schools Division Supt.; and Barangay 3 officials.
In his video message, Revsee Escobedo, Undersecretary for Governance and Field Operations, said DepEd establishes child-friendly, safe, and motivating learning environments, where differently-abled learners would be able to achieve their full potential.
The funding for said school is part of the
Basic Education Facilities Fund.
Chatto expressed his gratitude to DepEd for its unwavering support to the education sector.
Yap said the school building is the biggest in the city.
“This is vital and essential sa developement atong mga estudyante ilabina na usa sa atong concerns ang kakulangan sa mga classrooms. Nagkadaghan ang mga estudyante ang classrooms nato the same ra gihapon for how many years. So ang atong goal run sa siyudad sa Tagbilaran, DepEd and probinsya sa Bohol dugangan ang mga classroom para condusive sa learning sa atong mga students.. Dako kaayo nig tabang para ma-lessen ang shifting unya tuloy tuloy ang ilang pag-study,” Yap said.
TCCES has at least 1,700 students.