Ako Bicol Rep. Rodel Batocabe wants dancing moved from classrooms to the multi-purpose hall
Young students have extracurricular activities to keep them well-rounded, but there is a proper place to do these.
Ako Bicol Rep. Rodel Batocabe has initiated the construction of a multi-purpose building in Bicol so that public school students could have a venue for their activities.
With this new structure, students don’t have to use their classrooms for the Boom Boom dance, he said, referring to the dance craze popularized by a Korean group.
We get it: classrooms are for learning, multi-purpose halls are for dancing!
“Inspecting the progress of the construction of a Multi-Purpose Building which we initiated so that school activities including the dancing of « Boom-Boom » will no longer be held in classrooms,” Batocabe posted.