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In 1961 a man name Don Jose Zavalla donated a lot to make a school and thats were the school stand now before the school was a first floor and teachers is 18 the techers is shifting in teaching the students.

Jose Zavalla Memorial Elementary School teaches students in grades first through sixth in Santa Rosa City, Laguna of Calabarzon (Region IV-A). The school has 34 instructional rooms and 5 non-instructional rooms, which are all powered by a power grid. With 2,218 students, class size is around 65 students. Nelia Tabuyo is in charge of the school, acting as the school's Principal.

For the 2013-14 school year, Jose Zavalla Memorial had 2,218 students enrolled. This makes the school a big school, with 1,968 more students than the average school and 313 more students than the average school in Santa Rosa City. The school has more male students (1,173) than female students (1,045) - for every one female student there are 1.1 male students. This is unlike the average gender breakdown in Santa Rosa City, which sees on average one female students per male student.

Jose Zavalla Memorial has a total of 39 rooms - 34 of which are for instructional purposes and the remaining 5 for non-instructional uses. All in all, the school has at least one canteen, clinic, computer lab, general academic classroom, kindergarten classroom, laboratory, library, and office. Of the instructional rooms, all of them are standard rooms, meaning they meet the DepEd's guidelines for safety and usability.

With 2,218 students and 34 rooms actively used for teaching, Jose Zavalla Memorial has an average class size of 65. This means classes at Jose Zavalla Memorial are much larger than the average class size, with 30 more students per room than the average of all schools, and about the average number (65) of students per class compared to the rest of class sizes in…...

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