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SPECIAL POINTS OF INTEREST:
• Construction work starts • Carlos Emilio Orrantia playa forPumasAt last! We have started.
On Wednesday, October 21st, at Secondary Section of the Lancaster School, in order to start building. After long and delicate negotiations, theschool finally signed a contract for $23,500,000 last Wednesday, October 14th and next Monday the work will begin. The project is contracted to take 240 days and should befinished by mid June. We will be building the first stage of the complete project, which will include 20 classrooms, 5 science labs, computing facilities, cafeteria, an Arts suiteand office space. It is 19 years since the
11:30 am, Desarrollo Urbano de México SA de CV (DUMSA) took possession of the piece of land that will be the site of theschool first proposed the idea of building its own facilities. Rey Yupanqui was finished in 1997 and
this will complete the dream of the school’s pioneers.
Ex-LancasterStudent in Pumas
Carlos Emilio Orrantia, exLancaster student, has made several appearances for Pumas first team this season. Carlos Emilio was a student at the Lancaster Schooluntil the end of Form 5 (primero de CCH) when he had to make the difficult choice between school and football. Despite the fierce competition that he would face, he hadconfidence in his ability to make the top grade and committed himself to the “fuerzas básicas” of Pumas. Through hard work, dedication and talent he became noticed by “Tuca” Ferrettiand this year has played several games, including being in the starting line-up. We wish him all the best and who knows, perhaps he will be representing Mexico in 2014.