MORE SCHOOLS IN CEBU CITY TO HOLD F2F CLASSES
MORE schools in Cebu City will conduct face-to-face classes in May, Dr. Rhea Mar Angtud, the city’s schools division superintendent, said.
She said that 37 additional schools will open for in-person classes.
These schools are in the process of obtaining a safety seal from the Department of Health and the Inter-agency Task Force in order to begin operating on May 30.
Last May 16, 13 schools in mountain villages began holding face-to-face classes.
Only 15 to 20 students will be allowed in each class in high school while 10 to 15 children will be allowed in each class in elementary, Angtud said.
Participating schools will have complete autonomy in developing a system, including class schedules and the amount of days per week that children and students must attend physical classes.
Angtud said that the Department of Education in Cebu City will train teaching and non-teaching personnel on the implementation of limited face-to-face sessions.