In its bid to pay back as former students of Leyte National High School gets one step closer to the digital age. LNHS, different batches of alumni have come up with a fund in ensuring the creation of the new Science Resource Center (SRC) at the second floor of the STE Building of Leyte National High School.
The donations, made official last September 8, were spent for the initial creation of the SRC E-library room and is now nearing completion. The E-library is now home to seven new computers with 7 computer tables along with basic software such as Microsoft Office; two functional air-conditioning units; 28 science DVDs; and over 620 books.
The school administration is still waiting for other donors who will facilitate the installation of an internet with wifi connection.
E-Library in-charge and LNHS English teacher Mr. Dean Ric Endriano said that the room would serve primarily the STE students who presently reside in the building.
“By having the E-library or SRC, Science Technology Students or STE students (previously known as ESEP Students) would not be going outside anymore while at the school premises because they could use the facilities such as the different computers for encoding, and for research purposes,” Mr. Endriano said.
He added that when students need to do some assignments, the computers can already be used. Endriano, however, pointed that what they lack now are printers, voltage regulators, UPS, and internet with wifi and probably some software can also be installed also.
It is expected now that STE and LNHS students in general can now avail of the services provided inside the new Electronic library (E-library) with open and easy access to school work and affairs.
Source: The Leytean
Article written by: Xerxes Estan R. Montes