DepEd Tabuk opens 32 more schools for limited face to face classes

EXPANSION. Thirty two more schools, 31 public elementary and one high school, will be open for limited face-to-face classes starting Tuesday next week, the Department of Education – Cordillera, through its Schools Division Office – Tabuk announced this week and will open on Tuesday. Here a young boy in his learning cubicle listens to his teacher in one of the elementary schools in Tabuk. DepEd Photo

Thirty two public schools are set to open for face to face classes this coming week, the Department of Education – announced.

Schools Division Office – Tabuk Superintendent Irene Angway announced that they are ready to implement the “expansion phase” of limited in person classes on Tuesday, September 22.

Angway said that 31 of schools are public elementary and one public high school.

The implementation of the limited in person classes were allowed after last week’s monitoring and validation made by DepEd – Cordillera. DepEd Cordillera evaluated that the schools were “ready to hold face-to-face instruction,” Angway told the City School Board during a meeting earlier this week with Tabuk City mayor Darwin Estranero.

The 31 elementary schools, said Angway, are: Burayukan Elementary School, Bayabat Elementary School, Basao Isla Elementary School, Madapdappig Elementary School, Tuliao Elementary School, Nambucayan Elementary School, Pa-o Elementary School, Calaggan Elementary School, Magnao Elementary School, Dupag Elementary School, Balatoc Primary School, Addang Primary School, Paligatto Elementary School, Amlao Elementary School, Mallong Elementary School, Calaccad Elementary School, Magabbangon Elementary School, Dalnacan Elementary School, Banneng Elementary School, Mansanita Primary School, Tannubong Elementary School, Matucnang Elementary School, Ipil Elementary School, Maledda Elementary School, Camp Conrado Balweg Elementary School, Cataw Primary School, New Balbalan Elementary School, New Bangad Primary School, Malalao Elementary School, Hilltop Elementary School and Sotto Elementary School.

The lone high school is the Nambucayan National High School.

Earlier, 34 schools of the 104 schools under DepEd – Tabuk had been allowed for limited face to face classes bringing the total to 66.



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