Students of two Tagbilaran City schools will soon be transferred to proper learning facilities while theyÂ currently attend classes in makeshift classrooms pending the evaluation of two new school buildingsâ€™ structural integrity.
According to the Department of Education (DepEd) Tagbilaran City Division, new school buildings in the campuses of Manga National High School and Doctor Cecilio Putong National High School near completion.
During the constructionâ€™s final stretch, the DepEd will organize a thorough inspection of the school buildingsâ€™ quality and safety before senior high school students of the said institutions occupy them, said Jennifer Mansa, physical facilities coordinator of DepEd Tagbilaran City.
The buildings were supposedly ready for turnover this month but Mansa noted that they will have to ensure that these are safe for use first.
Meanwhile, construction of school buildings in the campuses of the Science High School, Cogon High School and Mansasa National High School are also ongoing.
Mansa said that the buildings are 15 percent compete, noting that these will be ready for occupancy in October, this year.
Some senior high school students in Tagbilaran City still continue to attend classes in temporary classrooms, Mansa added. (Allen Doydora)