School damages caused by Tisoy set at P31.4-M

Typhoon Tisoy did not spare Occidental Mindoro education sector, handing P31.4 million school damages across the province, December 2-4.

Occidental Mindoro Provincial Social Welfare and Development Office (PSWDO) consolidated information based on the reports submitted by different schools through Department of Education – Occidental Mindoro stating that the education sector has sustained a total amount of P31,467,700.00 in damages.

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Here are the affected schools:

Classrooms, School Equipment And Materials

Lubang

  • Lubang Integrated School – 3CLS roofing | P2,071,000.00
  • 13 Classrooms | P6,305,000.00
  • Day Care Centers | P500,000.00
  • Stella Maris School | P50,000.00

Abra de Ilog

  • San Vicente ES – 1 classroom, roofing, and stage ceiling, CR outside classroom | P200,000.00
  • Pandanan Minority School – roofing and 3 classrooms | P100,000.00
  • Aluyan Elementary School – makeshift room, 3 classrooms | P130,000.00
  • Armado Elementary School – feeding room, classroom doors, roofs and power lines | P40,000.00
  • Day Care School | P500,000.00
  • Armado Elementary School | P500,000.00
  • 2 Day Care Centers Brgy. Balao | P1,000,000.00
  • 2 Day Care Center in Brgy. Bagumbayan | P1.000,000.00
  • 1 Classroom at Poblacion | P300,000.00

Paluan

  • Paluan Central School – 2 classrooms roofing and ceiling, 2 classrooms window bladed, stage, instructional materials, printer, laptop | P76,000.00
  • Marikit Annex – 2 classrooms, stage, fence | P15,000.00
  • Ignonok Elementary School | P13,000.00
  • Absukot Primary School | P 4,000.00
  • Kalangigan Elementary School | P 9,000.00
  • Paluan Central School Annex | P 160,000.00
  • Marikit Elementary School | P 10,000.00
  • Paluan National High School | P 86,000.00
  • Mamara Minority School | P 25,000.00

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Sablayan (school buildings)

  • 4 at Buenvista | P 2,000,000.00
  • 1 at Poblacion | P 200,000.00
  • 1 at Sto. Nino | P 100,000.00
  • 1 at Ibud | P 100,000.00
  • Tagumpay National High School Stage | P 350,000.00
  • 1 at Lagnas | P 350,000.00
  • 3 at Batongbuhay | P 1,350,000.00
  • 3 at Sta. Lucia | P 150,000.00
  • 2 at Tuban | P 900,000.00
  • 2 at San Nicolas | P 650,000.00
  • 2 at GEA | P 1,450,000.00
  • 3 at Ligaya | P 600,000.00
  • 2 at Burgos | P 500,000.00
  • 2 at Malisbong | P 170,000.00
  • 1 at Paetan | P 2,000,000.00
  • 3 at San Vicente | P 300,000.00
  • 1 at San Agustin | P 50,000.00
  • 5 at San Francisco | P 1,300,000.00
  • 4 at Ilvita | P 1,050,000.00
  • 4 at Claudio Salgado | P 650,000.00
  • 1 at Victoria | P 900,000.00
SCHOOL DAMAGES BAGYONG TISOY
APPROVED. Occidental Mindoro Sangguniang Panlalawigan approved the declaration of State of Calamity in Occidental Mindoro due to damages brought by typhoon Tisoy, December 5, (Photo courtesy of Sangguniang Panlalawigan).

San Jose North

  • Central National High School | P 50,000.00

San Jose West

  • Mapaya National High School | P 25,000.00
  • Yaw-yawi Elementary School | P 3,000.00
Looking at at typhoon Josie in Mamburao, Occidental Mindoro.

San Jose

  • 3 Classrooms at Monteclaro Elementary School | P 1,500,000.00

Magsaysay

  • Magsaysay National High School | P 50,000.00

Sta. Cruz

  • Kurtinganan Child Development Center | P 500,000.00
  • Kurtinganan and Tilago Elementary School | P 150,000.00
  • Eleuterio Elementary School (school canteen and reading center) | P 70,000.00
  • Baraas Day Care Center | P 100,000.00

Looc

  • 2 Classrooms | P 110,000.00

Mamburao

  • Dapi Elementary School at Brgy. Payompon | P 20,000.00
  • Child Development Center at Brgy. Payompon | P 5,000.00

Calintaan

  • Calintaan Central School Canteen | P 20,000.00
  • Alipundo Elementary School | P 20,000.00
  • Nilapso Elementary School (roof) | P 100,000.00
  • Conception Elementary School | P 500,000.00
  • Poypoy National High School (roof) | P 20,000.00
  • New Dagupan Elementary School | P 10,000.00

In December 3, representatives from Department of Education – Occidental Mindoro presented to the Sangguniang Panlalawigan their initial assessment of the damages at P19 million.

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