Quezon Public High School Receives Brand New School Building

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Quezon public high school receives
I brand hew school building
PAGBILAO, Quezon Among
the tall trees and school buildings surrounding
Pagbilao National High School (PNHS), a brand new structure stands
noticeably in the area.
The structure is a modern school building which houses
three classrooms that was built through the initiative of
TeaM Energy Foundation /TEH) and Philam Foundation
(PF1). The brand new classrooms come with a complete set
of armchairs, blackboards, electric fans, lighting fixtures,
and a comfort room for each classroom.
The school building; which cost three million Pesos to
build, was made possible through Philam Paarafan and
TEFI's Project Sjjkap (Silid Aralan tungo sa Katuparan ng
mga Pangarap). The programs provide brand new classrooms
to identified public schools in the country. TEFI and
Philam donated 1.5 million Pesos each for tfye construction
of the new school building in $NHS.
"Through Philam Paaralan and Project Sikap, we are
able to somehow address the shortage of classrooms here
at PNHS," shares Ricky De Castro, Executive Director of
TEH! "We hope that the new classrooms, along with its
complete facilities, would inspire the students to study
their lessons better. "
TeaM Energy Foundation is the Corporate Social Responsibility
arm of'I'eaM Energy, one of the largest independent
power producers in the country with more than 2,000 MW
of installed generating capacity nationwide. It operates two
Facilities: the 735 MW Pagbilao Ptower S tation in
Quezon and the 1,"200 MW Sual Power Siation in Pangasinanltalsohasa
50% stake iji tfa^.420 MW Papilao Unit
.3 Power Project in Quezon, and a 20% stake in the 1,200
MW natural gas fired plant in llijan, Bataligas
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PARTNERSHIP FOR EDUCATION. Representatives of TeaM Energy Foundation
(TEFI), Philam Foundation (PFI),the local government of Pagbilao, Department of Education Quezon, and other local
stakeholders pose in front of the brand new threeclassroom
school building built in Pagbilao National High School
(PNHS) through Philam Paaralan and TEFI's Project SiKap. The turnover ceremony, conducted recently, was led by
Ricky De Castro, Executive Director, TEFI (sixth from right); Shierre Ann PortesPalicpic,
Mayor, Pagbilao, Quezon
(center, in white), Mario Guevarra, Principal, PNHS (fifth from right); Max Ventura, President, PFI, (second from left),
and Aurea Gandia, District Supervisor, DepEd Quezon (third from left).