Mayor Mina Joy Pangasinan took a time to visit and inspect the public schools within her influence during the Brigada Eskwela to distribute materials and see what assistance she can offer to improve the schools before classes start. During one of her visits, she was deeply moved by the saddening report about the condition of the kindergarten children in Cabaritan who are cramped in a tight classroom with elementary pupils. She cannot allow the abysmal state of the kids to continue so she immediately called on for an impromptu meeting with the school officials. The mayor expressed her deep concern about the kinder pupils so she proposed for the outright construction of a makeshift building. The initial plan was to construct a light-materials classroom with cogon roofs to be provided by the PTA, labor by the Sison Police Force and all other necessities and materials will be provided by the mayor.
In her office table painstakingly and problematically searching for immediate source of fund to complete the project before the start of classes, Mr. Jerry Alamay arrived. The mayor informed him of her extreme dilemma and as always, the Good Samaritan in the guise of Mr. Alamay offered to lend an immediate fund for a sturdier classroom.
Everything went well as planned. Sison Police Chief, PCI Michael S. Grona, took over in the construction of the classroom from its design, inaugural program and naming of the building to MINA CARE CENTER.
Special thanks to the Sison PNP, Cabaritan Elementary School Parents and Teachers Association and barangay officials for their all-out support.