Pateros, Taguig students graduate from ALS
More than 600 graduates from Taguig City and Pateros City received their diplomas during the Alternative Learning System’s graduation held at Taguig City University’s auditorium on Monday, September 3.
A total of 67 elementary and 542 secondary students finished their courses.
The event was attended by the Department of Education Taguig and Pateros School Division Superintendent Dr. Romulo B. Rocena, Office of the Assistant Schools Division Superintendent officer-in-charge Ms. Carleen S. Sedilla, Local School Board officer-in-charge Dr. Natividad Jimenez, school teachers and principals, and most especially the families of newly graduates.
The Taguig-Pateros District Hospital (TPDH) in Western Bicutan, Taguig apologized to the public over the long line of patients waiting to be attended to by the medical staff. The hospital congestion is reportedly due to patients showing symptoms of ...