EOC approves school applications for F2F classes

April 2, 2022 by No Comments

AFTER passing all the requirements set by the Emergency Operations Center -Task Force (EOC-TF), 14 public elementary and secondary schools were approved to conduct limited face-to-face (F2F) classes.EOC executive director Em Ang said yesterday, April 1, that the schools can start anytime with their F2F classes but they need to comply with the health protocols.Approved for holding the limited F2F classes are Apolinario Mabini Elementary School, Rafael Alunan Elementary School, Teofilo Gensoli Sr. National High School, Emilia J. Garcia Elementary School, Negros Occidental High School, Romanito Maravilla Jr. National High School, Alberto D. Arceo Sr. Elementary School, Luis Hervias National High School, Cabug National High School, Andres Bonifacio II Elementary School, Paglaum National High School, Angela Gonzaga National High School, Emiliano Lizares National High School, and Corazon L. Montelibano Elementary School.In February, the Department of Education (DepEd) Division of Bacolod piloted the resumption of limited F2F classes at Alangilan National High School in Barangay Alangilan.Under the rules of the National Inter-Agency Task Force, areas under Alert Level 1 like Bacolod, limited F2F classes are allowed.Ang noted that in the primary level, some schools only limit to 16 learners in one classroom, while in the secondary level, they limit to 20 students in one classroom.Aside from the conduct of limited F2F classes, Ang said some schools also applied to hold in-person graduation rites since the city maintained its Alert Level 1 status.”We also received their documents and we approved all of them,” she said.She, however, did not disclose the lists of the schools with approved in-person graduation.*