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A TES classroom lost its roof and walls when Typhoon “Pablo” hit. Linda B. Bolido
INDIVIDUAL donors gave notebooks through the National Book Store.  Linda B. Bolido
STUDENTS enjoy their playtime despite the refugee tents that remain on their school grounds.
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TES PRINCIPAL Palmares, teachers and students with the Inquirer team.
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