Quezon City News
QC public schools receive sound systems
In a significant move to enhance the learning environment for students, the Quezon City government, led by Mayor Joy Belmonte and the Education Affairs Unit, distributed 160 sets of sound systems to public schools across the city.
This generous initiative aims to support various educational activities and ensure that students have access to better resources.
The distribution of these sound systems was personally overseen by key education figures in the city, including Schools Division Office Superintendent, Ms. Carleen Sedilla, and Mr. Fernan Gana of the Quezon City Federation of School’s Parents and Teachers Association (QCFSPTA). Additionally, representatives from various school principals and teachers associations were present to receive the equipment.
The sound systems will play a crucial role in improving the overall educational experience for students. They can be used for a wide range of activities, from classroom instruction to school events and programs.
By providing these tools, the Quezon City government reaffirms its commitment to investing in the education and well-being of its young residents.
This initiative reflects the city's dedication to ensuring that its public schools have the necessary resources to create a conducive and enriching learning environment.
It is a testament to the collaborative efforts of the local government, school administrators, and parents' associations to support the educational needs of Quezon City's students.