Mayor EdSa Lauds Fernandino Teachers [ Monday, 11th of April 2016 | 2 years ago ]
He described the teachers as unsung heroes who unselfishly do their job with compassion and love.
“Teachers are one of the most unsung heroes in the society. Their days always start at the school and throughout the day, they unselfishly teach as teachers and care for our children like their very own” said Mayor Santiago.
Among those who received commendation from the city government were 140 public school teachers who were detained and maltreated during the 1980 local elections and some 38 teachers who were about to retire this year.
The awardees also received two thousand pesos as grants from the city government.
Also present in the program were City Councilors BJ Lagman, Angelica Hizon, Nelson Lingat, Harvey Quiwa, and Ayzel Macalino.
The event was in lined with Kaganapan 2016, the LGU’s celebration for its 15th cityhood anniversary.
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