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Mayor Sandoval Elevates Learning Spaces in Malabon

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In an earnest pursuit to bolster the educational infrastructure within Malabon, Mayor Jeannie Sandoval spearheaded the triumphant launch of the renovated DepEd Building 1 at Malabon National High School. The endeavor, a testament to the city's unwavering dedication to academic excellence, stands as a significant milestone in the continuous enhancement of educational facilities across the locale.

Mayor Jeannie Sandoval, expressing her profound satisfaction, hailed the successful completion of the project as a pivotal step not solely in refurbishing the city's structural landscape but also in prioritizing the educational comfort and growth of Malabon's esteemed students.

The meticulous renovation and subsequent beautification of DepEd Building 1 reflect the city's resolute commitment to providing students with conducive and modernized learning environments. Mayor Sandoval's instrumental role in this undertaking underscores the city's dedication to elevating educational standards and fostering an atmosphere conducive to the holistic development of the youth in Malabon.

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This initiative embodies the local government's ardent advocacy for educational enhancement and underscores their pledge to fortify educational spaces to nurture an environment conducive to learning and growth. The refurbished DepEd Building 1 is a testament to Mayor Sandoval's vision of creating conducive educational landscapes that empower students and further the city's commitment to educational advancement.


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