Dampalit Elementary School Main is situated in Rodriguez Subdivision, Barangay Dampalit, Malabon City with an area of 2, 560 sq. meters. It is one of the smallest schools among the six schools in District of Malabon I in terms of enrollment. Looking Back… Dampalit Elementary School started as a primary school in the early 50’s with a two room Gobaldon school type of building located in the then considered center of the locality, between the what they call “Tulay” and “Dulo”. It serves the school children of Barangay Dampalit.
The educational services it offers are a complete elementary course, and Cooking/Kabuhayan sa Kalat for the out of school youth under the Alternative Learning System.
In 1960, Dampalit Primary School became a complete elementary school producing its first set of graduates of the elementary curriculum with Mr. Sergio Reyes as its first principal. Mr. Sergio Reyes occupied the position for ten years. Economic progress in the barangay was at its peak in 1970 where the former rice fields of the barangay became housing projects named Rodriguez Subd., Doña Juana Subd., and Merville Subd. Fishpond owners also during these years of the late and early 70’s had generated a high income because of the bangus fingerlings they sold to nearby provinces of Bulacan and Pampanga and to the towns of Tabang like Pililla and Tanay.
At Present… Dampalit Elementary School-Main has nine (9) instructional classrooms, one (1) Science Laboratory and one (1) computer/techno laboratory, Guidance Center, Canteen, Gulayan, Herbal Garden, Reading Center in Nipa Hut, Basketball Court and Multi Purpose Hall. The newly constructed building is now accommodating Junior High School, Grades 7 – Grade 9 students. There are 502 elementary pupils (Kinder to Grade Six ) and 406 High School students, a total of 909 students for School Year 2018- 2019.
The School at present is under the supervision of Mrs. Nenita Jimenez Riveral. There are sixteen (16) elementary Teachers and ten (11) High School Teachers. School Learning Action Cell (SLAC) is being conducted monthly. Seminars and In Service Trainings for Teachers (INSET) are attended by teachers to hone their skills and competencies in teaching. Novice teachers are constantly provided with mentoring and assistance through the conduct of the Teacher Induction Program (TIP) and Differentiated Instructional Supervision. Since the school is now catering to elementary and high school students, the school , since February 2019 is now called DAMPALIT INTEGRATED SCHOOL.