#WalangPasok: LGUs, Local DepEd Offices Declare Academic Health Break | OneNews.PH

15/01/2022 2:40:00 AM

Several local government units and local offices of the Department of Education have declared “academic health breaks” due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Find the updated list here:

Several local government units and local offices of the Department of Education have declared “academic health breaks” due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Find the updated list here: | via onenewsph

Several local government units and local offices of the Department of Education have declared “academic health breaks” due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases. Find the updated list here:

Various local government units (LGUs) and local offices of the Department of Education (DepEd) have suspended classes due to rising COVID-19 cases.In Metro Manila, DepEd regional director Wilfredo Cabral issued a memorandum suspending classes in public kindergarten, elementary and high schools from Jan. 15 to 22 “to ease the health burden caused by the surge of COVID-19 cases to the physical and mental well-being of the school personnel and learners.”

He said classes shall resume on Jan. 24 to 29 on purely asynchronous distance learning modalities.“For the duration of the suspension of classes, it is expected that physical reporting of teachers will not be required by the school heads,” Cabral said.

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A public school teacher records video lessons for her elementary school students ahead of the start of online classes in this file photo by Philippine STAR’s Michael Varcas..On Friday, Jan.COVID-19 situations across the country.

Various local government units (LGUs) and local offices of the Department of Education (DepEd) have suspended classes due to rising COVID-19 cases. In Metro Manila, DepEd regional director Wilfredo Cabral issued a memorandum suspending classes in public kindergarten, elementary and high schools from Jan. 15 to 22 “to ease the health burden caused by the surge of COVID-19 cases to the physical and mental well-being of the school personnel and learners. In particular, ACT welcomed the health break orders released by local DepEd offices in Region IV-A, Rizal, Bulacan, Bataan; and the local governments of Manila, Pasig, and Sto.” He said classes shall resume on Jan. 24 to 29 on purely asynchronous distance learning modalities. “Teachers are humans, too.

“For the duration of the suspension of classes, it is expected that physical reporting of teachers will not be required by the school heads,” Cabral said.. “The mid-year break scheduled on Jan. 31 to Feb. 5, 2022 shall be utilized by the learners to comply with backlogs in learning outputs while teachers are expected to attend to their usual activities including in-service trainings and other learning related undertakings,” he added. The second quarter examinations are scheduled for Feb. The health and safety of both students and teachers should be the priority.

7 and 8, with Feb. 9 set as the start of the third grading period. “The lost contact days shall be compensated by mechanisms such as independent study, remediation, enhancement activities and other related teaching-learning interactions,” the DepEd said. Citing an earlier memorandum issued by the central office, Cabral said private schools – in consultation with their respective parents’ associations – may exercise their own discretion relative to the suspension of classes. They may also adopt measures stipulated in the memorandum that he issued, he added. The survey also asked the respondents if they are still working despite having symptoms, 84.

Several Metro Manila LGUs also declared class suspensions covering private schools and higher education institutions. These include: .