MOA signing proper with the participation of the CMU president, PCHS president, dean of the College of Agriculture, director of the University Extension, and PCHS principal along with other witnesses.L-R: Fr. Ambrosio F. Flores SJ., PCHS School President and Dr. Jesus Antonio G. Derije, CMU PresidentPhoto OpFr. Ambrosio F. Flores SJ., PCHS School President, says during his message that to be an agricultural high school was their dream, their founder’s dream, and their benefactor’s dream 52 years ago. He further says that they recently revisited it during their golden jubilee and enhanced it to make it a premier agricultural high school.Dr. Derije says that he is positive that CMU, together with the College of Agriculture, can help the PCHS make their dream a reality through the sharing of expertise of the top caliber faculty and staff in the university.“As I close the program I am opening our door for our future mission for PCHS, for our town, and for our country,” says Dr. Booby A. Comaling Ed. D, PCHS School Principal.Ms. Jovel Dianne S. Rupac, faculty representative of PCHS, shares that PCHS is hopeful for the realization of their dream to become a premier agricultural high school through this partnership with Central Mindanao University.
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