85% of school classrooms in Marinduque damaged by Typhoon Nina

Typhoon Nina damaged about 85% of schools and classrooms in Marinduque. Department of Education-Marinduque is hopeful that they will be given the same assistance as to other provinces where Nina had landfall.

Classes resumed yesterday, January 3 despite the major damages Nina left.

Parents fear of their children’s safety because of the situations in various schools in different municipalities and barangays.

Government and private assistance will be very much appreciated to ensure the safety of students and for classes not to be disrupted for a long time.

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Mayda N. Lagran

Mayda Narito Lagran is a graduate of AB Mass Communication major in Broadcasting. She worked as writer & officer-in-charge manager of Philippine Information Agency (PIA)-Marinduque and host of PIA-Marinduque radio program at Radyo Natin-Boac. She is also the official correspondent of Philippine Daily Inquirer (PDI) in the province of Marinduque. Mayda works with different advocacies such as - secretary general in Musika sa Isla & Sining Karaban and official coordinator in Team Marinduque, a Marinduque tourism driven group. Mayda serves as a seasoned correspondent in Marinduque News Online. Email address: mayda.lagran@marinduquenews.com

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