Clark Development Corporation donates classrooms in Porac
CLARK FREEPORT — The Clark Development Corporation (CDC) is donating a two-storey school building to Manibaug Libutad Elementary School in nearby Porac town. A memorandum of agreement (MOA) was forged by the CDC, Municipality of Porac and the Department of Education (DepEd) Central Luzon for the project. The MOA signing was led by CDC president Noel Manankil; Jaime Capil, punong barangay of Manibaug Libutad, Porac; Sylvia Fernandez, principal of Manibaug Libutad Elementary School; and CDC assistant vice president Rommel Narciso. The six-classroom structure, amounting to P7 million, is expected to be completed within two years. Teachers and students of Manibaug Libutad Elementary School expressed thanks to the state-owned agency for the donation.
The project, according to them, will provide opportunity for young people to have a good education and bright future. The new building will house the school clinic, library and classrooms for Grades 3 and 4. Through CDC’s design and quality control, the new classrooms will be more conducive to learning and will be constructed in accordance to the child-friendly school system of DepEd, Manankil said. Also present in the MOA signing were CDC VP for Business Development and Business Enhancement Group Eva Tejada; CDC VP for Engineering Services Alveen Tabag; CDC VP for Legal Affairs; CDC VP for Admin and Finance Alizaido Paras; CDC Communications Manager Noel Tulabut; Community Affairs Officer IV Ma. Rose Mandap and other officials of CDC and DepEd-Central Luzon.