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A BIG day was celebrated at East City Central School in Brgy Lapasan. This is a sign of Mayor Rolando “Klarex” Uy’s strong desire to improve education especially for the poor people of the city.
On June 27, they held a groundbreaking ceremony for a new four-story building with twelve classrooms.
“This is a big step forward for the school,” said City Mayor’s Office chief of staff Shiela Lumbatan.
Superintendent Roy Angelo E. Gazo led the Department of Education – Division of Cagayan de Oro, together with the teachers, parents, and students of the school, in celebrating the beginning of the construction of this great building.
The mayor knows that the area needs more classrooms. He is very excited to create a better place for learning for everyone who needs it, according to Lumbatan.
Mayor Uy often talks about how important education is. He tries to teach the youth good principles and respect for parents and elders.
To support his goals, Lumbatan said that P59 million was allocated by the city government to build a four-story building with twelve classrooms.
“This building is part of the “Tatak Klarex” program, which started when Mayor Klarex was in charge,” said Lumbatan.
The ‘Tatak Klarex’ program is a major project that started during the time of Mayor Klarex. This shows his desire to help the community grow and become better.
The new building will not only have classrooms. It will also include a full suite of multimedia tools to help students and teachers learn better.
By investing in school buildings, Mayor Uy showed his great desire to improve education in the city.
“Mayor Klarex wants to give all students the same chance, no matter how rich or poor they are,” said Kumbatan.
He said that the new building will show the city’s commitment to provide a good education system that will prepare the youth for a better future.
“Klarex’s desire for better education is not just words; it is actions that help the community,” said Lumbatan.
According to him, the start of the construction of the new four-story building with twelve classrooms is another step in his goal to ensure that every resident, especially the poor, can learn in a good and supportive environment.
“The impact of this big start will not only be felt in East City Central School but in the entire community,” said Lumbatan.
According to him, Mayor Uy’s strong desire to improve education for all is a sign of hope, which encourages other leaders and people in the community to see education as a basic right and a way to improve society.
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