LOOC NATIONAL SCHOOL OF FISHERIES, Agkawayan, Looc, Occidental Mindoro
The Looc National School of Fisheries was created under Republic Act No. 4752, which was sponsored by then Congressman Pedro Medalla of Occidental Mindoro, and enacted in Congress June 6, 1966. The school is situated in Barangay Agkawayan, Looc, Occidental Mindoro in Lubang Island. Its operation as secondary vocational school started on August 18, 1971 during which time classes were held in a rented house in the barangay. After three years, the school acquired its site with an area of about 6.5536 hectares. In 1992, the Technical Vocational education Division of the Department of Education, Culture and Sports granted LNSF permit to offer the Tree-Year Diploma in Fishery Technology which majors in Inland Fisheries, Marine Fisheries and Fish Processing. In 1997, the school was placed under the supervision of technical Education Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) ands a Six-Month Basic Seaman Course was added to its Technical curricular offerings on the same year. However, its operation and supervision was placed back to the Department of Education, Culture and Sports a year after, thereby abolishing its technical programs and reverting its status to purely secondary school under the supervision of the department’s division office.
The first batch of enrollees in 1971 started with 25 students, but only 12 have graduated as reflected in the promotional report. Enrolment gradually increased throughout the years.
LOOC NATIONAL SCHOOL OF FISHERIES, the only secondary fishery school in the province, producing well-rounded students who will excel in both academic and technical vocational aptitude and knowledge through conducive teaching-learning environment.
To provide, support and sustain the objectives of having high standard of education through quality teaching, adequate school facilities and strong community involvement to infuse graduates with positive values, self-reliance and academic excellence.
The school Through the concerted efforts of the teachers and personnel, the students and the stakeholders has a defined goal of achieving favorable academic performance of the student, by increasing the achievement level to 75% standard particularly in tool subjects English, Science and Mathematics.
Likewise, vocational skills of the students should be improved and developed. Increasing their awareness on the lifelong skills that they can use outside the school.
MAXIMO B. PEREZ Principal In Charge
RAYMUNDO R. VILLAFRANCA Head Teacher III
CESAR V. TAÑGI Supply Officer I
ADOLFO T. TRIA Administrative Aide III
DANILO C. TRAIFALGAR Watchman I
HENRY T. PENUELA Watchman I
JOHNNY A. MORENO Farmworker I
ANTONIO Q. LAPITAN Administrative Aide I
IMELDA T. SAJONA Emergency Clerk
MA. CORAZON A. DEL PRADO Emergency Bookkeeper
EDGARDO M. MALAIT Instructor I
SHIRLEY P. DIZON Instructor I
FENONILS S. TAÑGI Teacher III
FRANILY T. PAGLICAWAN Teacher III
WILMA T. TOBILLO Teacher III CIPRIANO T. SAJONA Teacher I
NIEVES T. TRAMBULO Teacher I MA. DAPHNE C. MALAIT Teacher I
LANIE P. SULIT Teacher I
MARY JANE T. VILLALUNA Teacher I
AMIR M. VILLAS Teacher I
RODEL B. BENEDICTO Teacher I
KATRINA T. BUHAYIN Emergency Teacher