Historical commission allows demolition of old school bldg

By Paulo DS. Papa


Naga Central School II principal Juliet Cruzat Curva on Thursday, Mar. 3, confirmed that the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP) allowed the demolition of the 60-year-old school building to give way to the construction of the new multipurpose building.


In an interview, the principal said the single-storey old building made of wooden materials, which housed two classrooms, is not considered as a heritage site thus its demolition was allowed by the commission.


The site, where the old building was built is the same and exact location where the two storey multipurpose school building will be constructed. Its completion is expected to be on June 21 this year.


The Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH) 3rd Engineering District Office is implementing the construction with an appropriation of P5 million. Camarines Sur 3rd District Rep. Gabriel Bordado Jr. initiated the project.


Cruzat said that the new building will be used as home economics facility for pupils and evacuation center in case of calamities.

DEMOLITION This 60-year-old school building in Naga Central School II was demolished with the permission of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP), the same being not considered as a heritage site. A new school building will replaced the old one.