/ 8 March 2022

TWO campuses of the Mountain Province State Polytechnic College were given the go signal to conduct face-to-face classes.

Local government agencies allowed the MPSPC’s Bontoc and Tadian campuses to conduct in-person learning after adhering to the guidelines set by the Commission on Higher Education and the Department of Health.

A memorandum from the Office of the College president ordered all courses included in the face-to-face classes to follow the CHED-DOH guidelines.

MPSPC’s certificate of authority was released in February and will be effective until June 30, 2022.

CHED said that schools opting to hold physical classes must have a high vaccination rate, approval from the concerned local government unit and retrofitted classrooms.

The Inter-Agency Task Force Against Covid19 allows schools under Alert Levels 1,2, and 3 to hold in-person learning subject to government regulations.