Calapan Mayor Panaligan graces Nag-iba National High School’s 17th founding anniv
Calapan City Mayor Arnan Panaligan has graced the 17th founding anniversary of the Nag-iba National High School recently.
Panaligan initiated the establishment of the said school in 2002 so that students from Nag-iba area need not to travel far just to attend school.
“City Mayor Arnan C. Panaligan was a guest at the 17th anniversary celebration of Nag-iba National High School. Mayor Panaligan initiated the establishment of the high school in 2002 during his earlier term together with the barangay leaders, parents and teachers,” Panaligan’s office said.
“At that time, the nearest high school in the Nag-iba area was more than 5 kilometers away in the town of Naujan,” it added.
Now, the Nag-Iba High School, according to the mayor’s office, continues to provide quality education to its students.
“Today Nag-iba National High School is a thriving institution offering senior high school and its students have successfully competed in various academic and extracurricular events,” it added.
Meanwhile, Panaligan also led the turn-over of flat bed dryer to Canubing 1 Farmers Association as post harvest facility.
“Funding was provided by the Department of Agriculture with equity counterpart from the City Government and the farmers association,” said Panaligan’s office.