OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT II PRINCIPALS – ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

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EDNA S. CONSTANTINO

PRINCIPAL III – KAPITAN MOYELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: KMES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-9340511

LILIA G. GARPERIO

PRINCIPAL III – CONCEPCION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: CIS_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-9434227

LAURO Z. DE GUZMAN

OIC – CONCEPCION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: CES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-9414473

EMMA R. CRUZ

PRINCIPAL – FORTUNE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email:FES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: 980-6634

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MARCIANA R. DE GUZMAN

PRINCIPAL II – Nangka Elementary

Email: NES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-934.05.11

REGINO M. PAGTAMA JR.

PRINCIPAL II – ST. MARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: SMES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: 491-6628

GENEROSA T. VICTORINO

PRINCIPAL IV – PARANG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: PES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-941-2460 / 934-5574

JANET S. AMURAO

PRINCIPAL – SSS VILLAGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: SSSV_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-9414135

Dr. Zenaida S. Callope

OIC – H. BAUTISTA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: HBES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-941-0809

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OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT I PRINCIPALS – ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

Elementary District I

ZENAIDA M. MUNAR

PRINCIPAL I – L. VICTORINO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: LVES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-942-0019

DR. ADORA S. MARCELO

PRINCIPAL IV – STO. NIÑO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: SNES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-5764884

LINO P. DEGUZMAN

PRINCIPAL IV – MALANDAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: MAL.ES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-382.3487

NANCY E. SUEGAY

PRINCIPAL – SAN ROQUE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: SRES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-645-3235

 

 

NIDA P. ANDRADA

PRINCIPAL – MARIKINA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: MES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-646-1738 / 369-9122

REMIA L. RICABAR

PRINCIPAL II – KALUMPANG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: KES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-4685236

ANNA JAPONE

OIC – INDUSTRIAL VALLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: IVES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-570-1484

DR. JOSEFINO DL. LU

OIC – BARANGKA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Email: BES_09@depedmarikina.ph

Contact: +632-942-0069

Quick Marikina Facts

HISTORY and GEOGRAPHY

Marikina City, a lush valley bounded by mountain ranges and sliced by a river, is one of the thirteen (13) cities and four (4) municipalities comprising Metro Manila. It is approximately 21 kilometers away from Manila. It is bounded on the East by the Sierra Madre mountains and by the Quezon City hills; on the north by San Mateo and on the South by Pasig City and the Municipality of Cainta. Its founding day is April 16, 1630.

Marikina was transformed into a highly urbanized city by virtue of Republic Act 8223 on December 8, 1996. From the ruins of war, Marikina painstakingly rebuilt her shattered economy, particularly her shoe industry. Marikina City today is a multi-awarded metropolitan city often cited for its vibrant economy, a highly skilled and literate workforce, an involved and enlightened business community and a responsive local government that puts a premium on governance, sustainable urban development, and public service.

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LAND AREA AND LAND USE
The total land area of Marikina is approximately 2,150 hectares. This represents about 3.42% of the total land area of Metro Manila. The city is composed of two geographical districts, 16 barangays and two congressional districts.

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POPULATION


marikina population

Marikina City’s population stood at 490,612 according to the National Statistics Office (NSO) based on estimated population growth of 2.34% annually.
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TOPOGRAPHY
Since Marikina is primarily a valley nestled between mountain ranges and rolling hills, its topography is generally characterized to be level, with only a mildly sloping portion. Type A slopes cover about 1,569 hectares or 71% of the total land area of Marikina, which is highly suitable for and tolerant to mechanized farming and urban development in the western and central sections of the city. The rest of the slopes are fairly tolerant to development although prone to erosion and land slippage.

 

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POWER and WATER RESOURCES
The Manila Electric Company is the franchise power distributor of Marikina’s electric power requirement. Although sizeable in volume, river water is not being used for residential, commercial, or industrial purposes. Potable water is supplied by Manila Water Company, Inc., which serves the eastern portion of Metro Manila.
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WEATHER and RAINFALL
Marikina City’s rainfall is characterized by two seasons, dry and wet. Dry season usually starts in November and ends in April. Wet season begins in May and ends in October. Maximum rainfall is usually from June to September. The average annual rainfall is 2,405.1 millimeters, with a monthly peak of 504.2 millimeters in August and a low of 7.2 millimeters in February.
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SEWERAGE
There is no central sewerage in the city as the National Building Code allows individual septic tanks and mandates specifications for the construction of the same. At the same time, the city strongly promotes the use of neighborhood septic tanks, especially in densely populated communities.
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EDUCATION
Marikina City has 18 public elementary school, 9 public high schools and 2 public colleges/vocational schools. These schools are strategically located in different barangays and subdivided into two elementary school districts. Its first state college, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Marikina, offers affordable tertiary education to local residents. The presence of several computer-learning schools in the city such as the Systems Technology Institute, AMA Computer Learning System and Expert IT Education Center (EITEC) further meets students’ computer literacy needs.
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Marikina City prides itself as a livable city characterized by clean surroundings, hassle-free roadways and sidewalks, parks and playgrounds, a healthy public market, quality shopping centers and restaurants, free public elementary and secondary education, squatter-free environment, free health services, minimal traffic, less pollution, and a high crime solution efficiency rate of 97%. Good governance underscores the local government’s programs and activities.

Center For Excellence

The Center for Excellence (CENTEX) is a training center under the City Government of Marikina. It is in-charge of designing and implementing interventions, utilizing non-traditional education and training processes, to assist both the internal and external clients of the local government towards becoming a highly participative, responsive and vibrant community of citizens.

I Curricular Programs I

  • Personal Effectiveness Program
  • Community Development and Resource Management Program
  • Institutional Development Program
  • General City Governance

I Special Programs and Services I

  • MCF Scholarship Program
  • HR-Pro (a network of HR Managers in the city’s business sector advancing workers’ development)
  • ECO (organizing for economic opportunities thru business courses and cooperative development)
  • Knowledge Development and Management
  • Training Program for non-Marikina-based groups

Contact Information —

The Center for Excellence
2/F Marikina City Hall, Sta, Elena
Trunkline: 646-2360 to 71 loc. 228
Telefax: 682-9280
Email: centex_marikina@yahoo.com
website: http://www.marikina.gov.ph

 

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Marikina COMELEC Voter’s Registration Requirements

If you’re not yet a registered voter or would like to transfer your voting rights to Marikina, you still have the chance to do so.

Registration for new voters and those would like to transfer voting to another city/town is still ongoing and will be open until October 31, 2012. For those from Marikina, the COMELEC (Commission on Elections) office is located at the 3rd floor of Marikina Public Market (in front of the Public Market function Hall) in Barangay Sta. Elena.

Requirements for voter’s registration, transfer, reactivation. correction of entries, and change of status and validation are written in this notice posted at the COMELEC office in Marikina.

You may also verify your registration online thru COMELEC’s ‘Precinct Finder and ID-Printing Status Checker’ by going to this URL address http://www.comelec.gov.ph/?r=precinct_finder.

Exercise your voter’s rights and duties. Register and vote.

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Service Establishments of Marikina

The city’s electric power is provided by the Manila Electric Company or MERALCO.  It is the largest electric power distributor in the Philippines, supplying 22 cities and 89 municipalities, including the whole of Metro Manila and Mega Manila.  Its Marikina branch is located in Concepcion, at the corner of Bayan-Bayanan Avenue and Gen. Ordoñez Street, where bill payment and applications can be made.

The major telecommunication service provider in the city is the Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT).  Its roster of telecommunication products and services include fixed telephony, internet access via dial-up and DSL, and mobile network services through its mobile arm, Smart Communications.  Its South Marikina branch is located beside Shell gasoline station along Marcos Highway in Cainta, Rizal.

Alternative telecom companies in the city are Globe Telecom and Bayan Telecommunications.  With their   brands, Globelines and BayanTel, both companies provide fixed telephony and internet access either through dial-up, DSL, or broad band.  Another Broad band service provider in Marikina is SmartBro of smart Communications.

Mobile Network service providers in the city  are Globe Telecom, Smart Communications, and Sun Cellular of Digitel  communications.  All three companies offer prepaid and postpaid subscriptions, as well as competitive features such as mobile banking, mobile TV, and internet browsing.

Security

The Marikina Police Station is the Philippine National Police Eastern District’s first station.  Under it are sub-stations functioning as community police and precincts.  Listed below are their locations and contact information:

Marikina Police
Police Station Location Telephone
Marikina Jacamar Street, Sta. Elena 646-6151 / 646-1631

PCP* 1 Calderon Street, Calumpang 934-3434
PCP 2 Shoe Avenue, San Roque 646-8479
PCP 3 Oriole Street, Sta. Elena 646-1651
PCP 4 Shoe Avenue, Sports Parks 0919-7005511
PCP 5 Malaya Street, Malanday 924-1346
PCP 6 JP Rizal, Concepcion 1 924-0419
PCP 7 P del Pilar, Concepcion 2 942-0561
PCP 8 Marikina Heights 933-4020
PCP 9 Parang Barangay Hall 943-0072
PCP 10 Nangka Barangay Hall 934-8625
PCP 11 Barangay Jesus dela Peña
948-6963
PCP 12 Boni Avenue, Tañong 948-6810
PCP 13 Barangka Barangay Hall 948-1274
PCP 14 Maj. Dizon Street 933-0164
*PCP-Police Community Precinct