More new schools open in Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata
President Danilo Medina formally inaugurated new public schools in Santo Domingo and Puerto Plata yesterday, Thursday 27 March. The schools have been equipped with cafeterias so they can offer the extended school day program.
The four new schools in Santo Domingo Province involved an investment of more than RD$175 million. They are part of the ambitious new school program where 62 schools or more than 700 classrooms have been delivered since 17 February. The President was at the Escuela Concepcion Bona in Buenas Noches, Hato Nuevo in Santo Domingo West, for the symbolic inauguration ceremony.
Other schools delivered were the expansion of the San Miguel Arcangel Military Polytechnic in Villa Mella, the Maria Caro School in Boca Chica, and the La Javilla School in Sabana Perdida.
The schools in Puerto Plata now formally in operation are the Los Rieles II Primary School in San Marcos, Bajabinico Arriba Primary School in Altamira, Isabel Meyrely School in Cupey, Leoncio Polanco School in Candelon, Silvano Reynoso School in Villa Isabela, Sabaneta de Yasica High School in Sosua and Maria Mercedes School in Munoz.
The schools have IT labs, sports courts, multi-use halls, and kitchen and cafeteria areas.
Source: DR1, Hoy.com.do
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