/ 2 February 2022

THE SAN Julian Central Elementary School is ready to conduct limited face-to-face classes, local education officials said.

Schools Division Superintendent Bernardo A. Adina, along with Schools Governance and Operations Division Chief Marixel Evardone, Division HRTD Dr. Venus Cuesta and Education Program Supervisor Abelardo Campani, visited the school based in San Julian, Eastern Samar on January 31.

Adina thanked the local government for its support for the conduct of in-person classes.

“I’m very happy that San Julian Elementary Schools thru the leadership of Mr. Raymund Capacite has complied all the requirements in the School Safety Assessment Tool provided by DepEd and this happened because of the support of the LGU of San Julian thru Honorable Mayor Dennis Estaron,” Adina said.

Raymund Capacite, principal of SJCES, also expressed his gratitude to local government for its constant support to the programs and activities of the school.

Mayor Dennis Estaron also visited the classrooms where the face-to-face classes will be conducted.

He lauded the teachers for their efforts to make the classrooms not only conducive to learning but also safe for the learners.

SJCES and Lunang Elementary School were the only chosen schools in the district of San Julian to conduct physical classes.