50 schools in Iligan to start Face to face classes
March 21, 2022 at 8:09 am, No comments
Out of the 115 public schools here, 50 schools are set to start face-to-face classes next week.
The Department of Education recently conducted simulation exercises (SIMEX) for the limited face-to-face classes in Iligan City National High School.
The SIMEX aims to determine the readiness of the school to provide safety and well-being of the learners while having classes.
“We will not be offering this in all grade levels in all our schools. But instead to 50 initial schools with 1 or 2 sections only. Because the experience that we can derive from this will be our gauge whether to expand or to cover all our schools and all our grade levels and for that matter, all teachers to organize the limited face-to-face (classes),” said schools division superintendent Roy Angelo E. Gazo.
Meanwhile, the City Inter-Agency Task Force for Emerging Infectious Diseases incident commander Patrick Nuñez also emphasized that a series of meetings were conducted with the Department of Education to ensure safe procedures for the students who will be engaged in F2F classes.
Emergency Operation Center (EOC) manager Dr. Belinda Lim said that the best defense against the COVID-19 virus is vaccination. (LELA/ASK/PIA Lanao del Norte)
Students of Iligan City National High School undergo simulation exercises for the limited face-to-face classes next week. (ICNHS- The Cascade)