Taguig students shine with new school uniforms
In a continued effort to support education and enhance the well-being of its students, the City Government of Taguig initiated the distribution of new and improved school uniforms on Tuesday, November 7, across various schools in the city.
The distribution of free school uniforms brought immense joy to the students from Cembo Elementary School, Tibagan High School, Pitogo High School, Gen. Ricardo Papa Memorial High School - Main, and C.P. Sta. Teresa Elementary School. The students were quick to express their gratitude, emphasizing how these uniforms significantly contribute to their daily necessities.
This widespread distribution will persist in the coming days, reaching other public schools in Taguig until all 200,000 students receive their uniforms. To ensure an improved and personalized service, Taguig has dedicated sizers for each school. These sizers will be present during the distribution to promptly address sizing discrepancies and cater to those who haven't had their measurements taken. Any uniforms and shoes that do not fit will be replaced promptly.
In a bid to further enhance its program, the local government has encouraged parents and students to share their feedback through the provided link: Distribution of School Uniforms Feedback Form. This proactive approach aims to incorporate valuable insights, ensuring that Taguig City's support for its students remains both effective and responsive to their needs.
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