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On February 21, 109 Bulacan schools will begin offering face-to-face classes.

The Department of Education (DepEd) Regional Office III announced on Tuesday that 109 public schools in the province of Bulacan are ready for the “progressive expansion” of physical education programs on February 21.

This came after Executive Order No. 5 s.2022, titled “An Order Adopting the Implementation of Alert Level 2 in the Province of Bulacan from 01 to 15 February 2022 and for Other Purposes,” gave the green light to the four schools division offices (SDOs) in Bulacan to proceed with in-person basic education classes.

Twenty-six of the participating schools are in San Jose Del Monte, thirteen in Malolos City, seven in Meycauayan City, while the remainder is scattered around Bulacan.

“The DepEd Schools Division of Bulacan is grateful for the utmost support of the local executives through the municipal mayors and barangay captains, as well as our partner agencies and important key stakeholders, to the mass implementation of the expanded limited face-to-face classes in the province, particularly Governor Daniel R. Fernando,” said Zenia Mostoles, Bulacan Schools Division Superintendent.

According to Mostoles, the SDOs have been preparing for face-to-face sessions by assessing, validating, inspecting, and providing technical assistance to the schools.

Meanwhile, Norma Esteban, Malolos City Schools Division Superintendent, said the SDO composite team has been preparing schools for the safe return of pupils to their classes.

Similarly, Merlina Cruz, Superintendent of the City of San Jose del Monte’s Schools Division, stated that all schools have been validated as being ready for the limited face-to-face lessons.
Cruz added that through coordination meetings and the “Interaksyon San Joseo series,” local leaders and administrators of public and private schools, parents, and students were given information and updates about the validated schools’ preparations.

She claimed that the Interaksyon provided a forum for all stakeholders to air their grievances and worries about the city’s mass deployment of limited face-to-face classes.

Carolina Violeta, Meycauayan City’s Schools Division Superintendent, stated that the city administration has pledged to support their initiatives as well as the participating schools’ face-to-face learning programs.

The Department of Education had already published interim rules on expanding restricted face-to-face sessions.

In a statement issued last February 2, Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones authorized all regional directors to begin the progressive expansion phase of face-to-face classes for both public and private schools.

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