Over 2,000 students of Talipan National High School (TNHS) in Pagbilao, Quezon will serve as beneficiaries of a new Computer Laboratory donated by the Provincial Government through the Serbisyong Suarez for Edukasyon program. The computer laboratory building was formally inaugurated last October 11, led by Philippine Council League President Donaldo “Jet” Suarez who attended as the representative of Quezon Governor David “Jayjay” C. Suarez.
According PCL President Suarez, he will assist the students and teachers of TNHS as a messenger to help make their concerns reach the ears of Gov. Suarez, particularly the shortage of classrooms he noticed in the said school. He also added that projects like these originally started from the 3rd District, and it is a good thing that through his brother Gov. Suarez, the Provincial Government is now making it available throughout the Province of Quezon.
In the message of 1st District Board Member Tetchie Dator who attended the program, she said that the current administration under Gov. Suarez makes sure that projects reach his constituents, with those from distant municipalities and barangays receiving same attention. BM Dator also expressed her wish for the people of Quezon to continue to support the programs of the Provincial Government, particularly those for education. She also encouraged the students who will be benefitting from the computer laboratory to maximize its usage to improve their level of education.
The parents of the students, headed by the president of their association Mr. Eufrocino Catausan thanked the Provincial Government for the project given to TNHS. The said donation would be very helpful for their children’s education and in the process a brighter future would be made available to them. According to Mrs. Carolina Zaracena, Principal III of TNHS, the computer laboratory will help the children in making projects and researching.
As a sign of support to the programs of the Provincial Government, Councilor Shierre Ann P. Palicpi passed an ordinance that would help give students who graduate from high school financial assistance to aid them in their college education. (QUEZON PIO)