PGMC DONATES SMART TV’s TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS

Story and Photos by Leo Laca

Heeding the call of the government to the private sector to share resources and help improve the state of public schools, Philippine Gaming Management Corporation’s (PGMC) Vice-President Tan Eng Hwa, recently visited the Pinaglabanan Elementary School in San Juan City and Liberato Damian Elementary School in Pasig City to donate a unit of Smart TV for the use of students in their laboratory classes.

PGMC Vice-President Mr. Tan Eng Hwa (Left) hands-over a unit of Smart TV to Mr. Dennis Bacle (Middle) Principal of Pinaglabanan Elementary School, along with other school officials.

PGMC’s donation of television sets in schools is not merely for entertainment but as an effective tool to stimulate the attentiveness of the students, utilize PGMC Vice-President Mr. Tan Eng Hwa (Left) hands-over a unit of Smart TV to Mr. Dennis Bacle (Middle) The principal of Pinaglabanan Elementary School, along with other school officials.

PGMC Vice-President Mr. Tan Eng Hwa (L) hands-over a unit of Smart TV to Mr. Dennis Bacle (middle) The principal of Pinaglabanan Elementary School, along with other school officials. technology in the classroom, and make the students be more expressive with the ideas giving their reaction to what was shown to them.

PGMC Vice-President Mr. Tan Eng Hwa (Left) hands-over a unit of Smart TV to Ms. Thelma Lattao (Right) Principal of Liberato Damian Elementary School and Mr. Efren Causing (Middle), Brigada Eskwela Coordinator.

“Our company values the importance of good education and we believe that helping the public schools with advanced teaching equipment will result in a better learning experience for the young students,” Tan Eng Hwa mentioned during the hand-over.