New School Building For ALS In La Trinidad
Puguis Barangay Chairperson Tyrone Diaz said the reconstruction of the ALS school building will surely benefit many especially those who are working and are still willing to go back to school regardless of their age.
Every school year, around 200-500 learners are enrolling at the ALS center in Puguis.
Michael Tamiray, District ALS Coordinator of La Trinidad, said their learners do not only come from Puguis, but the ALS center is also accommodating learners from nearby municipalities including those who are working at the trading areas in the province’s capital town.
“We also have senior citizen learners who are motivated to learn and to graduate basic education,” Tamiray added.
Tamiray expressed his gratitude to the Provincial Government of Benguet for considering their concerns as they have been borrowing classrooms from Puguis Elementary School just to implement their face-to-face learning modality.