セブのいくつかの学校では、既にface to face による対面授業が再開されています。
４つ以外にも、face to faceの授業を進めていく予定だった学校は他にも７つあるとされており、そのため、実際には合計12学校になります。
Can’t wait for FACE-to-FACE lessons
DepEd-Cebu to revisit 4 schools before limited start of F2F classes
The Philippines is still adapting to the new normal. Good news for the students who can’t wait to go back to school. The Philippine government, especially in Cebu, is now preparing to have limited face-to-face lessons in some areas.
CEBU CITY, Philippines—The Department of Education-Cebu province division (DepEd-Cebu) is set to revisit at least four schools here that were included in the pilot implementation of limited face-to-face classes.
Division Superintendent Marilyn Andales said they welcomed the decision of the Department of Health (DOH) to approve several schools here for the resumption of in-person classes, albeit in limited capacity.
But Andales told reporters in a teleconference that they will have to review the requirements of four schools before they can actually start their classes.
“We were only thinking of three schools but the regional office informed us that there were seven schools in Cebu province that will be proceeding for the limited face-to-face classes,” said Andales in Cebuano.
A total of 12 schools in Central Visayas were included in the initial list of schools approved to proceed with the limited face-to-face classes.
All of these are from Cebu province, five of which are in Bogo City – Combado Elementary School, Siocon Elementary School, Odlot National High School, Don Potenciano Catarata National High School, and Bartolome Pianar National High School.
The rest are Busay National High School (Moalboal); Basak Elementary School (Samboan); Mahanlud Elementary School (Malabuyoc); Cabagdalan Elementary School (Balamban); Luyongbaybay Elementary School (Bantayan); Cañang-Marcelo Luna National High School (Oslob); and Pilar National High School (Pilar).