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More schools in Bacolod City, Negros Occ to join pilot in-person classes next year

/ 06:13 PM December 08, 2021
More schools in Bacolod City, Negros Occ to join pilot in-person classes next year

FILE PHOTO: Learners of Napo Elementary School in Barangay Napo, Linamon, Lanao del Norte are separated with makeshift cubicles as face-to-face classes start on Monday, November 15, 2021. (Divina M. Suson)

BACOLOD CITY — In-person classes are expected to start in more schools in Bacolod City and  Negros Occidental early next year.

Bacolod Superintendent of Schools  Gladys Amylaine Sales said she has recommended in-person classes in five other schools in Bacolod City: Arceo Elementary School, Rafael Alunan Elementary School, Asuncion Lizares Elementary School, Fr. Gratian Murray Integrated School, and the Vista Alegre Granada Relocation Elementary School.

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The target is to have in-person classes for 40 vaccinated learners in each grade level.

In-person classes started at the Alangilan National High School in Bacolod City and nine other schools in Negros Occidental on Monday, December 6.

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The city’s Emergency Operations Center wants members of the households of the teachers and pupils attending in-person classes to be vaccinated.

Superintendent Marsette Sabbaluca said 28 other schools in the Negros Occidental Schools Division are expected to also have in-person classes early next year.

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