DepEd-NegOcc receives P9-M cash aid

first_imgGov. Eugenio Lacson (left) discusses with the Department of Education Division of Negros Occidental officials during the Provincial School Board meeting held at the Capitol Social Hall. The agency received a P9-million financial assistance from the provincial government. PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT OF NEGROS OCCIDENTAL Sabbaluca said that the financial aids, they will be able to improve the facilities of the recipient-schools so they can provide a conducive environment for learners and school personnel. BACOLOD City – The provincial government has released P9-million financial assistance to the Department of Education (DepEd) Division of Negros Occidental.Gov. Eugenio Lacson turned over the check to Provincial Schools Division Superintendent Marsette Sabbaluca during the Provincial School Board meeting held at the Capitol Social Hall here last week.The amount, sourced from the Special Education Fund, will be utilized for the upgrading of public school facilities in the municipalities of Calatrava, Candoni and Isabela, which received P3 million each. This is the second time in two months the provincial government released financial assistance to the DepEd Division of Negros Occidental. “The main goal of the DepEd Division of Negros Occidental is to endeavor that education will continue even in times of disruptions. How do we do that? It is by improving practices for a better normal,” Sabbaluca said during the meeting. On May 12, Lacson also handed a P7-million check to Sabbaluca as financial assistance to improve the facilities of 64 elementary and secondary schools. “This will do so much, especially now that our schools are preparing for the opening of classes amidst the COVID-19 pandemic,” the DepEd official said. (With a report from PNA/PN)last_img

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