The first school-run radio station was recently established at Tamban National High School following the Department of Education’s call for alternative learning delivery modalities for school year 2020-2021 where face-to-face instruction is not allowed by the government.

With the help from various stakeholders, Tamban NHS was able to raise Php 253,000.00 for the establishment of the radio station, which is expected to benefit at least 13 schools in East Malungon District.

MOA Signing
RADYO ESKWELA INKED. SDS Gildo Mosqueda shows the signed memorandum of agreement between DepEd Sarangani and DXRG Radio represented by Station Manager Ruth Calong (2nd from left) and Tito Cagang (right) with CID Chief Donna S. Panes.

Meanwhile, DepEd Sarangani has partnered with several other radio stations like DXRG  96.7 Infinite Radio in General Santos City, where the division has arranged 1 hour and 30 minutes daily for radio-based instruction, and with Radyo Kasaganaan in Maitum.

Watch the related report on DepEd Dose sa Ere:

Tamban Radio is Tamban NHS’s answer to the challenge of distance learning.

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