Adventist Medical Center College recently acquired the second school bus. This was made possible through the leadership of the College President, Dr. Bob Asis, and the efforts of the Vice President for Operations, Mr. Edgardo Torniado.
A simple blessing ceremony was held for the new school bus attended by the AMCC faculty and staff. The ceremony was conducted to invoke God’s guidance and protection for the bus and its passengers, the driver, and the staff who will be responsible for maintaining the vehicle’s safety and efficiency.
After the blessing ceremony, the bus was toured in Iligan City to showcase its features and familiarize the drivers with the new addition to their transportation fleet. The bus can accommodate up to 20 passengers and is equipped with air-conditioning, comfortable seats, and a sound system. The bus also meets the safety standards required by the Land Transportation Office and the Department of Education.
This acquisition of the second school bus is a significant milestone for AMCC as it enables the institution to provide safe and efficient transportation services for its students, especially those who come from far-flung areas. It is also to ensure that the students will arrive at school and in their training centers on time and safely, allowing them to focus on their studies and academic pursuits.
Dr. Bob Asis expressed his gratitude to everyone who made the acquisition of the second school bus possible, stating that this new addition will benefit the students, faculty, and staff of AMCC. He also emphasized the importance of providing quality education and services to the students, and the acquisition of the second school bus is a step towards achieving this goal.
In conclusion, the acquisition of the second school bus by Adventist Medical Center College is a significant achievement for the institution, enabling it to provide safe and efficient transportation services for its students. With the leadership of Dr. Bob Asis and the efforts of Mr. Edgardo Torniado, AMCC is continuously striving to improve its facilities and services to provide quality education to its students.