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City government donates TV, computer, DVD players

VIGAN CITY – The city government here headed by Mayor Ferdinand C. Medina has donated 22 computers units, television sets and DVD players for use in the different elementary schools in this city.

Medina said this is in line with the program of the city government of enhancing the learning process through the use of computers, television, and DVD players in the public schools.

A top education official of this city said that with the accessibility of these communication devices in the public schools, pupils can now view inside the classroom various educational programs which were primarily conceptualized  to instill good moral and spiritual values, hear lessons through modules to enhance the teaching-learning process and learn the basic skills in computer technology.

The following school-recipients, represented by their school administrators, received the donations: Vigan Central School, Bulala-Paratong Elem. School, Evaristo “Titong” Singson Memorial School, Mindoro Elem. School, Salindeg Elem. School, Tamag Elem. School, Burgos Memorial School West, Ayusan-Paoa Elem. School, Capangpangan Elem. School, Jose Singson Elem. School, Pantay Elem. School, San Julian Elem. School, Burgos Memorial School East, Cabaroan Elem. School, Camangaan Elem. School, Nagsangalan Elem. School, Raois Elem. School and Rugsuanan Elem. School.

Vigan National High School East and Vigan National High School West also received television sets and DVD players.

Medina said that the next target of the city government is the installation of the internet in the public schools of Vigan so that the pupils could do research work and avail of the latest information technology.

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