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MAYOR Rolando Uy’s commitment to quality education and the educational obligations of the city government to the poorest members of the community can be seen through various initiatives.
A notable action that highlights this dedication is the recent donation of land titles to three secondary schools in the city, Cugman National High School, Baikingon National High School, and Pagalungan National High School.
“The donation of land titles to these secondary schools symbolizes Mayor Klarex’s unwavering support for public education, said City Mayor chief of staff Shiela Lumbatan.
He said that by securing ownership of these school properties, the mayor is ensuring the long-term stability and growth of these institutions, ultimately benefiting students and their educational experience.
The turnover ceremony, which was held during the flag-raising ceremony at the city hall, showed the personal involvement and hands-on approach of the mayor in responding to the needs of education.
Attending the event were important people such as City Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Angelo Gazo, Dr. Alicia Anghay, Focal Person on Education for the Local School Board, and City Legal Officer Atty. Kenneth Tamala, who served as witnesses and emphasized the importance of the occasion.
“This generous act of donating land titles is a testament to the mayor’s recognition of the important role of education in shaping the future of the city and its residents,” said Lumbatan.
He added that it also shows his strong belief that every student, regardless of their economic background, deserves to get quality education.
Mayor Klarex understands that education serves as a catalyst for social mobility and an important tool for breaking the cycle of poverty.
“By focusing on the educational needs of the poorest of the poor, Mayor Klarex has demonstrated his commitment to creating equal opportunities for all,” said Lumbatan.
The donation of land titles to these secondary schools not only gives them a sense of permanence but also instills hope and enthusiasm in the students, encouraging them to strive for excellence and pursue their dreams, he added.
Moreover, this initiative is in line with the city government’s broader efforts to boost the education sector.
This is in addition to various programs and initiatives aimed at improving the quality of education, such as infrastructure development, teacher training, and access to educational resources.
“Mayor Uy’s commitment is more than the donation of land titles, which constitutes a comprehensive way to respond to the educational needs of the city’s youth,” Lumbatan emphasized.
In conclusion, Mayor Rolando Uy’s donation of land titles to three secondary schools shows his unwavering commitment to ensuring quality education for all.
“This act of generosity not only strengthens the educational infrastructure but also raises the spirits of students, especially those from poor backgrounds,” Lumbatan emphasized.
By investing in education, Mayor Klarex is investing in the city’s future, empowering its residents, and developing a more inclusive and prosperous community, he added.
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