ECIS OPENS SM-FUNDED CLASSROOM BUILDING

A NEW BUILDING FOR ECIS – Mayor Belen T. Fernandez, East Central Integrated School (ECIS) Principal Reynardo Barrozo and Ramon Macapagal of SM Foundation lead the ribbon-cutting ceremonies for the two-storey, four classroom building funded by SM Foundation. The fully-furnished building, which includes facilities for Persons-with-Disability (PWD), will accommodate kindergarten and grade-3 students of ECIS. Also present are Barangay Mayombo chairman Samuel Guadiz, Barangay Herrero-Perez chairman Salvacion Bravo and other key SM officials. (CIO photo by Jojo Tamayo)

DAGUPAN CITY – The East Central Integrated School (ECIS) is set to accommodate more pupils following the opening of a new classroom building funded by SM Foundation on January 17

The building was turned over to the school after its blessing and ribbon-cutting ceremonies led by Mayor Belen T. Fernandez, ECIS Principal Reynard Barrozo, SM City Dagupan Manager Abraham Malicdem,Area VP for SM Supermalls North Junias Eusebio and Ramon Macapagal of SM Foundation.

Also present during the ceremonies were Barangay Mayombo chairmanmSamuel Guadiz, Barangay Herrero-Perez chairman Salvacion Bravo and other key SM officials.

The fully-furnished two-story, four classroom building also includes facilities for Persons-with-Disablity (PWD) such as ramps and toilets.

It will be accommodating kindergarten and grade-3 students of the school.

ECIS was chosen as beneficiary of SM Foundation through the Department of Education’s Adopt-A-School Program.

The new building is the 92nd building donated by SM Prime, through SM Foundation since the SM School Building Program started in 2002 nationwide. All these donated school buildings comprise 296 classrooms. (Verdelle De Vera/CIO)