Baguio hopeful to have face-to-face classes

The Department of Education (DepEd) Baguio will be conducting an orientation on the guidelines on limited Face-to-Face Learning or classes in the schools in the city.

Olive Gomez of the Planning Office of DepEd-Baguio said, guidelines, issued by the Dep-Ed central office, will be presented to the different school administrators and principals.

The orientation have no date yet and will be still subjected to the approval of Baguio City Mayor Benjamin Magalong, Department of Health and DepEd Baguio.

After the orientation, a series of inspection will be done to the different private and public shools in the city next year.

Recently, no schools in Baguio City and Apayao were included in schools in the different parts of the Cordillera opening for a face-to-face option because of their high risk level of Corona Virus Disease (Covid 19).

Though on November 29, 2021, Baguio was placed under Alert Level 2 easing up the restrictions.

The DepEd Baguio is targetting 67 public schools and more than 100 private schools to conduct limited face-to-face learning.

According to Gomez, only one private school in the city coordinated with DepEd Baguio regarding the possible conduct of the face to face learning.

He said that the preparation still depends on the Covid 19 situation of Baguio City especially that there is a threat of the new variant Omicron.



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