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postheadericon STVPS Becomes Evacuation Center Once Again

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The weather is surely unpredictable and the normal flow of classes has been interrupted as the Department of Education (DepEd) suspended classes at 10:30 a.m. of September 26, 2011.  Periodic gusts of wind and abundance of rainfall prompted the suspension of classes in the afternoon sessions.  The water level of the river at the back of the school rose until the Paseo de Animals inciting the residents near the river bank to start moving out of their houses to Santolan Covered Court and Santolan Elementary School in the afternoon of September 27, 2011 a day after Typhoon Ondoy devastated Santolan in 2009.  Upon the recommendation of Rev. Fr. Ramil R.  Marcos, STVPS personnel prepared the school facilities for impending eventualities that might occur in the evening.  Bro. Christian Santos and Dr. Leo Galve waited for the advice from the Brgy. Captain should government facilities may not be enough to contain evacuees.  At around 8:00 p.m. the Barangay Captain Willy Sityar called and informed the parish office to accommodate families in the parish and in the school.  He even showed the text message from Mayor Bobby Eusebio to provide other safer place for the evacuees.  He also recommended STVPS.  Through the concerted efforts of the members of the Social Service and Development Ministry (SSDM) of the Parish, 30 families were transferred from Santolan Elementary School to STVPS.  They made the accounting and the registration of the evacuees.  The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) of Pasig provided food for them.  Evacuees were settled at around 2:00 a.m. of September 28, 2011. 

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