BUGUIAS, Benguet – January 10, 2023 marked another important event in the history of Loo National High when the Parents-Teachers Association (PTA) turned over the five – classroom makeshift building. PTA president Abraham Cachola read the content of the Deed of Donation as the Schools Division Superintendent Gloria B. Buya-ao, Sir Lucio B. Alawas, the School Governance and Operations Division Chief and Ma’am Ludinia B. Sano-an the PSDS of Buguias waited to hand over it to the end users represented by the school head Rosita B. Briones.
Before the building was finally turned over, Rev. Father Danilo Curiano blessed the building. It was followed by an ecumenical service led by Pastor Sadca where his homily focused on LOVE. He said, “Nothing is possible if there is no love that works in the heart of every member of the association. Hence, the end users must take care of the facility because it was built out of love”. He encouraged the learners to value every effort invested by their parents in the construction of the building. His statement was also seconded by Ma’am Gloria Buya-ao on her remarks. The schools division superintendent emphasized the importance of education citing some concrete examples that learners must avoid.
After four months of hard works, rain or shine, the makeshift was realized. The five-classroom makeshift building trimmed down the need for 19 classrooms for the 1836 learners of Loo National High School to at least 14. Although there are still lots to do to fully complete the building the administration decided to let it be occupied in order to implement full face – to – face at least in the Junior High School. The increase in enrolment and the getting back of BSU-Buguias campus of the borrowed classrooms caused the insufficiency of classrooms.
The administration and staff wish to express their sincerest gratitude and
acknowledge to all those who extended help in the realization of the project and still other proposed projects to be implemented in order to meet the need of Loo National High School. By Rosita B. Briones