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04-01-2020. The D33 Upper Bauko Group, a group of farmers represented by Mr. Herald Olsim, through the Office of the Hon. Maximo Y. Dalog, Jr., Representative of the Lone District of Mountain Province, donated assorted vegetables to the residents of Central Bontoc including stranded MPSPC students. The packing and distribution of these goods was facilitated by volunteers from the Events Management Office of the College and from the Office of Congressman Dalog, in coordination with the Barangay Captains of the 4 barangays in Central Bontoc.
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03-31-2020. On March 28, 2020, the College Management noted of a post on social media regarding students who are still stranded in Bontoc and are apparently seeking assistance. In view of this, the College President instructed the MIS to repost and disseminate an announcement in all its social media accounts and through text messages, as a last-ditch effort advising all students who are stranded in Bontoc to coordinate with the College through its emergency hotline number. Following this, the College recorded a total of 76 stranded students.
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The outbreak of the pandemic Covid19 is likened to a strong surge of water that gushed to the shore – strong, impactful, and dreaded. The difference is that the powerful waves are visible to the naked eye, as they approach the shore. Meanwhile, Covid19 is invisible, yet it possesses dominion over anyone and everyone, and its indelible impact shall remain in the history of mankind.
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Heeding to the call for fortifying its collaborative partnership with the community, the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College Roadroller, the Administration’s official publication, went on air over Radio Ayyoweng 101.5 FM during its maiden broadcast last January 17, 2020 in Tadian, Mountain Province. The College President, Dr. Rexton F. Chakas led the MPSPC team during the launching of the radio program which also commenced the series of activities of the Charter Anniversary celebration in the Tadian campus.