DepEd Tacloban prepares for possibility of F2F classes in the city

DepEd Tacloban is preparing for the possibility of limited face-to-face lessons as the number of Covid-19 cases in the region and the country has gradually decreased. Photo via Creative Commons

TACLOBAN CITY — Continuous safety and preparedness assessments are being undertaken in Tacloban schools as the City Department of Education (DepEd) prepares for the prospect of limited face-to-face lessons since Covid-19 cases in the region and around the country have gradually subsided recently.

Said schools are evaluated using the School Safety Assessment Tool (SSAT) for their physical facility readiness, health and safety, communication and coordination, data management, and work arrangement program.

Determined to ensure the safety of children, teachers, and staff once the government approves the implementation of limited face-to-face classes, Schools Division Superintendent Dr. Mariza S. Magan emphasizes how DepEd Tacloban adheres to all necessary requirements and processes to meet the national standard.

According to Dr. Magan, ""As of now, we have endorsed two private schools to the Regional Office for evaluation and validation.  Sooner or later, schools will be gradually conducting face-to-face classes. We will assess all the schools under DepEd Tacloban's watch. Ire-ready namin lahat ng schools para dito [we will prepare all schools for this]." —Tacloban News Update (Source: Tacloban-CIO)

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