Ovialand Inc. was recently cited by the Department of Education’s division in San Pablo, Laguna for promoting quality, accessible, inclusive, and liberating basic education to students.
The award was given in recognition of the developer’s initiative to help schools in San Pablo enhance the quality of their services to students.
The company also repaired four classrooms at Soledad Elementary School and donated four Smart TVs to San Vicente Integrated High School. (shown in photo).
“We are pleased to be recognized by DepEd for our initiatives enabling students to receive a better learning experience,” said Pammy Olivares-Vital, President and CEO of Ovialand. “For Ovialand, delivering the promise of premier family living is not just about ensuring our clients get the homes they deserve—it is also about helping the communities around us grow and develop.”
Ovialand has previously helped schools provide a better learning and teaching environment for students and teachers alike. In Candelaria, Quezon, the company worked together with its business partner Kyushu Yaesu Inc. to build new buildings for Masin Elementary School.