Toyota Foundation launches first digital school in Sta. Rosa, Laguna

By Pinky Colmenares


SANTA ROSA, Laguna — Toyota Motor Philippines Foundation launched today, March 8, the first digital school in Laguna with the completion of its computerization project at the Pulong Santa Cruz Elementary School.

Toyota Motors logo (PIXABAY / MANILA BULLETIN) Toyota Motors logo (PIXABAY / MANILA BULLETIN)

The foundation’s computerization project is an off-shoot of the Adopt-A-School program of the Department of Education and Culture (DepED).

TMPF’s program started the transformation of the traditional school to a digital school by equipping it with computers, internet connection, smart TVs, printers and other related gadgets.

The P10.88 million project started in 2016, equipping the classrooms with digital technology — installing 55-inch smart television sets in 53 classrooms; and providing 54 laptops; and 11 printers.

Following that, the Toyota Foundation connected all the classrooms to the Internet, installed WIFI connectivity; and improved the library with computers and digital learning kits.

Pulong Sta. Rosa Elementary School (PSCES), with a student population of 3,500, is the best Performing Elementary School in 2018. Mrs. Nelia Tabuyo is the principal of the PSCES.