80 students join limited face-to-face classes in Imus National High School

February 14, 2022

Lawrence Laranang

       A total of 80 students 20 students per Grade Level participated in the pilot run of limited face-to-face classes which started on Valentine’s day, Feb. 14.

       Mr. Arturo P. Rosaroso Jr., Principal IV of Imus National High School, said that 80 vaccinated students with their parents’ consent participated in the expansion of the limited face-to-face classes following the Inter-Agency Task Force (IATF) protocols after declaring Cavite in Alert Level 2.

Imus National High School has been remarked as highly recommended school for face to face classes by the Regional Validation Team headed by Mr. Michael         Girard Alba, Regional FTAD Chief after the benchmarking and validation held last February 9, 2022.

Minimum health and safety protocols are also being observed with the assistance of INHS Clinic headed by Ms. Cynthia Tacluyan, School Nurse and the School Security Unit.

       Rosaroso also mentioned that INHS were among those approved schools by the DepEd CALABARZON to conduct the pilot run.

       He also added that part of the preparation is the distribution of Tower Wifi with Unlimited Data and No Speed Limit, as well as Health Kits for learners and teachers as they participated in the students and parents briefing for F2F classes.

       Meanwhile, Dr. Rosemarie Torres, SDO Imus City Superintendent said that they are also discussing the reopening of more schools in Imus City to expand the limited face-to-face classes based on the feedback and learning from the pilot run.

        The said in-person classes was made possible by the help of the City Government of Imus, City Health Office, City Disaster Risk Reduction Management Office, INHS Teachers and Staff, Parents and Stakeholders and Students.