44 Mandaue public schools complete requirements for limited F2F classes

Mandaue students
MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — All public schools in Mandaue City will be able to implement limited face-to-face classes before classes will end in June.
Dr. Nimfa Bongo, superintendent of the Department of Education Mandaue City Division, said currently 44 public schools have already implemented in-person classes with one school still complying with other requirements.
Bongo said the school is only lacking a few key points like signage among others to be able to implement limited face-to-face classes.
She said it is expected to implement the in-person classes on May 16. Classes are set to end on June 24.
Classes in all levels were suspended for two weeks from May 2 to May 13 in adherence to DepEd Order No. 29, to give way for the teachers’ electoral functions for the upcoming 2022 national and local polls.
Bongo said face-to-face classes are important to help learners understand their lessons more and for young students to be able to read.

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