BBNHS RESUMES LIMITED FACE-TO-FACE CLASSES
THE BONUAN Boquig National High School in Dagupan City resumed face-to-face classes for junior high school and senior high school on March 21.
The school said 1,000 students trooped back to their classrooms on Monday.
Schools Division Office Superintendent Aguedo C. Fernandez allowed the school to hold physical classes based on the validation and recommendation of the Division Composite Team.
The DCT was headed by Edilberto R. Abalos of the Schools Governance and Operations Division, Maria Linda R. Ventenilla of the Curriculum Implementation Division, Tatum Grace Manzano, Joann Jimenez, Planning Officer, and Isagani Rosario, Monitoring and Evaluation Unit and the Medical Unit of SDO Dagupan City.
All schools allowed to conduct in-person classes passed the School Safety Assessment Test and followed the Interim Guidelines on the Expansion of Limited Face-to-Face Classes set by the Department of Education.
Under the guidelines, only vaccinated teachers are allowed to participate in face-to-face classes.