Education Partners Continued Care to Make a Difference Groundbreaking of four (4) Storey 28 Classroo

LEADERS are change makers, when you are called to lead, you are called to advance forward and improve the situation. Motivated by these words, San Juan Elementary School expresses our felicitation to the leaders of the City of San Juan Congressman Ronaldo Bayan Zamora, Mayor Francis Javier Zamora and Vice Mayor Warren Villa, City Councilors for their continued CARE and for being our outstanding education partners to create a child-friendly, safe, and conducive place for learning.

The Ground-Breaking Ceremony of four-storey twenty-eight classroom was held on September 18, 2019. This momentous event is also a celebration of great partnership of the school and stakeholders who carry the torch of PARA SA BATA, TAYO PARA SA EDUKASYON with our 2189 learners and 84 teaching and non-teaching staff. The event was attended by our indefatigable leader Honorable Congressman Ronaldo Bayan Zamora, change-mover Honorable Mayor Francis Javier M. Zamora, Vice Mayor Warren Villa, City Councilors, SDO Officials, School personnel and stakeholders. Monseigneur Vicente Bauson blessed the construction area with the spirit of positivity and prayers to all who continuously making a difference for the improvement of education and the community as well. School leaders, SPG and GPTA officers convey their appreciation and recognition in making this project possible.

San Juan Elementary School will always strengthen its ties and partnership to sustain the child-centeredness, child-friendliness, conduciveness and safety of our learners. Improvement of physical facilities will always be our top priority for making quality education possible. WE CANNOT DO IT ALONE. Together, we can achieve more. We will never break our spirit to give the best for our K to 12 movers and learners who can make a difference to their lives, to their family and community. Zillion thanks to their support and CARE.




Article written by:

Lloyd T. Tulaylay (Principal II - San Juan Elementary School)



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