May 29, 2024

The Baguio City School of Arts and Trades baked goods for City Social Welfare and Development Office workers and frontline personnel manning several checkpoints in Baguio City.

“This is in response to the Tesda director general’s directive to provide assistance and support to efforts in containing the Covid-19, and the bayanihan endeavor of Tesda-Cordillera,” said BCSAT Administrator Arlene Cadalig.   

The BCSAT faculty and staff baked 240 pieces muffins, 155 cookies, and 17 pieces of pizza.  These were turned over to the CSWDO’s food operations center at the PFVR Gym.  The pizzas were given to city personnel manning several checkpoints in the city.

She added that since the food operation center is adjacent to the school, the BCSAT offered the use of its hostel as accommodation facility for CSWDO frontline workers during the duration of the enhanced community quarantine. This way, they need not travel everyday to and from their homes, which is not allowed during the lockdown.

The hostel can accommodate eight to 10 individuals. 

The BCSAT has also committed to donate nutri-buns to the city government. 

Cadalig said they aim to produce 350 to 400 pieces twice a week with the help of BCSAT trainers. – TESDA release