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Aguinaldo, Ifugao ready to reopen schools for in-class learning on August 22

Updated: Aug 17, 2022

Aguinaldo, Ifugao – Most schools in Aguinaldo, Ifugao said they are ready to reopen on August 22 as scheduled, reported the Municipal Councilor of Chairman Committee on Education, Chamson Chang-goy.

Schools in the said municipality did earlier preparations, making sure all needed requirements are met before the opening of classes.

The assurance of the schools’ readiness is a result of the school site visit conducted by Schools Division Superintendent Soraya T. Faculo along with local officials led by Mayor Gaspar B. Chilagan Jr. on Wednesday, August 03.

Joining the school visit were Evangeline A. Dulnuan, the Public Schools District Supervisor and members of the municipal council.

The team visited Rufino Chungalao Science High School, Ubao Elementary School, Ubao National High School and the ongoing classroom construction at Aguinaldo NHS-Annex in Awayan.

Said group likewise inspected the Brigada Eskwela launched in the province on July 20 in preparation for the new development on the implementation of face-to-face classes for School Year 2022-2023.

Further, the officials had dialogues with school personnel to ensure that needs for the opening of the new school year are prioritized.

Based on the assessment, only the newly constructed schools that need furnishings are yet to reopen.

“We are still working forward by working together to make sure na lahat ay mag(o)-open na sa pasukan,” assured Chang-goy.

Learning modality

To recall, Vice President and DepEd Secretary Sara Duterte issued DepEd Order No. 034, series of 2022 that provides direction and guidance in the re-opening of classes and the gradual introduction of 5 days of in-person learning modality classes.

According to the order, all public and private schools shall have transitioned to 5 days of in-person classes by November 2.

No school shall be allowed to implement purely distance learning or blended learning except for those implementing Alternative Delivery Modes as provided in DO 21, s. 2019 (Policy Guidelines on the K to 12 Basic Education Program) and DO 01, s. 2022 (Revised Policy Guidelines on Homeschooling Program).


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