Monoblock chairs and school supplies for teachers were delivered by the education department over the weekend as confirmed Sunday by the agency’s Twitter account with accompanying post of photos.
The school equipments were dropped off by trucks.
In a related story, governor Joey Salceda and education officials distributed to teachers the needed school supplies last Saturday.
When the residents of affected barangays on the slopes of Mayon volcano were hauled for evacuation, some public schools had been designated as temporary shelters, now home to some 13,000 displaced families.
Meanwhile, the education department is planning to build at least 300 temporary classrooms for P18 million in preparations for Mayon’s projected eruption.
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