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Rep. Villar donates printing machines to DepEd Las Piñas

Las Piñas Lone District Rep. Camille Villar on Tuesday donated three RISO machines to the Department of Education-Schools Division Office of Las Piñas City, which would be used to augment the capacity of schools to provide learning materials as they shift to a new normal.

"Mahalaga ang papel ng mga eskwelahan sa ating mga mag-aaral sa panahon ng pandemya kaya't ating minarapat na paigtingin pa ang ating suporta sa sektor ng edukasyon," said Villar.

Receiving the donations from Rep. Camille Villar are (from left) Mr. Martin Lim, Ms. Juvi Geneveo, Ms. Cynthia Gatan - Administrative Officer IV, Dr. Aldrin G. Corpin - Chief Education Program Supervisor, Dr. Joel T. Torrecampo - Schools Division Superintendent, Engr. Adrian Chua, and Mr. Raygeinald P. Villacorta - Education Program Specialist II.
According to the congresswoman, the machines would be used to print modular learning program materials of various schools in Las Piñas as they gear up for the school opening on August 24.

"Providing schools with adequate equipment and learning materials is an ardent task for officials, teachers and staff," said Villar. Through our donations, we help our schools be fully equipped and teaching staff empowered."

Over 100,000 total students are anticipated to have enrolled this school year with the new home study setup.

Present at the ceremony were Dr. Joel T. Torrecampo, DepEd Las Piñas Schools Division Superintendent, and principals of the different school districts of the city.

Topics: Las Piñas Lone District Rep. Camille Villar , printing machines , DepEd Las Piñas , RISO machines , Department of Education-Schools Division Office
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