Marinduque NHS, senior high school on the rise

The Marinduque National High School (MNHS) is the mother school of Marinduque. Most of the students are from the neighboring towns of Boac, Gasan, Mogpog, Sta. Cruz, Torrijos, and Buenavista. The school is strategically located in Barangay Isok 1, Boac, Marinduque, which is considered as the capital of Marinduque. This is the industrial hub of the province, different establishments like restaurants, shops, and other government establishments are also located here. This School Year (SY) 2016-2017, MNHS has a total enrollment of 4,263 learners. 746 of which are Senior High School…

Marinduque will receive P1.5 million from Makati City

Makati extends P15-M aid to 27 LGUs affected by Typhoon #NinaPH The Makati City Council has approved the release of P15-million as financial assistance to 27 local government units (LGUs) directly affected by Typhoon Nina in the provinces of Quezon, Albay, Camarines Sur, Catanduanes, and Marinduque. Mayor Abby Binay had initiated the move as an expression of sympathy and support for the typhoon victims of the said LGUs, all of which are sister-localities of the city. “I am saddened that our sister-localities had endured such a calamity at a time…

Makapuyat NHS, moving forward with Senior High School

The Senior High School of Makapuyat National High School (MNHS) is located at Barangay Napo, Santa Cruz, Marinduque, surrounded by rice fields and mountains. The school is a zone of peace and has a learner-friendly environment. The school offers Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and General Academic Subjects (GAS) strands under the Academic track. It also offers Bread and Pastry and Electrical and Installation Maintenance under the Technology-Vocational-Livelihood (TVL) track. It has the total enrollment of 176 SHS learners divided into seven sections and assisted by eight SHS teachers who…

Marinduque tatanggap ng Php 1 milyon mula sa Davao City

Makatatanggap ng Php 1 milyon mula sa Davao City ang lalawigan ng Marinduque, ito ay matapos aprubahan ng sangguniang panlunsod nitong Martes, Enero 10 ang kabuuang Php 3 milyong cash assistance para sa tatlong lalawigan sa Luzon na lubos na napinsala ng bagyong Nina. Ayon kay Councilor Danilo Dayanghirang, chairman ng Committee on Finance and Ways & Means, nakatanggap sila ng sulat mula kay Mayor Sara Duterte na humihiling na maglaan ng pondo mula sa city’s quick response fund para sa mga probinsya ng Marinduque, Quezon at Batangas. “We received…