Cebuano News: MisOr provincial library mopahigayon sa 2017 children summer class program

  • April 21, 2017

CAPITOL COMPOUND, Misamis Oriental, April 20 -- Adunay 10 ka session sa “Children Summer Class Program” alang sa mga kabataan nga makatuon panahon sa bakasyon ang ipahigayon sa Misamis Oriental Provincial Library (MOPL) karong umaabot Abril 26-27, May 3-4, May 10-11, May 17 -18, May 24-25, 2017, matag Miyerkules og Huwebes, alas 2:00 – 4:00 ang takna sa hapon at the Provincial Library Building, Misamis Oriental.

 

Si Richel I. Pajara, provincial librarian nagkanayon nga adunay 30 lamang ka mga kabataan nag edad tulo anyos ngadto sa lima anyos ang panuigon ang ilang gidawat sa pagkakaron aron matutukan gayud kini sila ug mahatagan sa igong pagtudlo sama sa preparatory lessons, pagbasa ug uban pa nga magamit nila sa dili pa motungtong sa nursery o kinder sa ting abli puhon sa klase ning tuiga.

 

Lakip sa maong kalihukan usa ka culmination o pagtapos karong umaabot Mayo 31, ning tuiga ang ipahigayon diin gilaumang motambong si Gov. Bambi Emano ug uban pang mga opisyales ning probinsyal.

 

Ang maong kalihukan isip pagsuporta sa kagamhanang probinsyal sa tinuig nga program sa National Library of the Philippines kon (NLP) diin ang tibuok nasud naga implementar niini matag bakasyon.

 

Alang ni Gov. Bambi Emano nga importante kaayo kaniya ang edukasyon busa dakung kalipay ni niya bisan pa man sa ginagmayng kalihukan apan daku kini ug epekto sa mga kabataan. Busa gi aghat niya ang mga ginikanan nga bisan bakasyon karong panahuna tutukan ilang mga anak nga makatuon sa pagbasa ug pagsulat sa sayong panahon sa dili pa moabli ang sunod nga klase.

 

Dugang pa ni Pajara nga abli sa publiko ang Provincial Library Office matag Lunes hangtud Biyernes, alas 8 a.m. hangtud na sa 5 sa hapon, no noon break. Iya usab gipasabot nga daku kaayong kalipay usab sa amahan ning probinsyal kay usa kini ka “Child Friendly” adunay gitawag nga Children’s corner para sa mga ginikanan nga naay mga kabataan. (PIO MisOr)


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