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CSP-R Welcomes Resumption of Face-to-Face Classes

AUGUST 22, 2022—Colegio de San Pedro Recoletos is among the schools that reopened in the town of Valencia, Negros Oriental after two years of online learning.

This, after a couple years of hiatus in face-to-face classes due to COVID-19. After the DepEd announced its “Oplan Balik Eskwela” in preparation for the nationwide resumption of classes, CSP-R was among the schools in town that immediately took action. The school saw the need to bolster the reopening of classes through planning and securing a safe environment for both teachers and students. The teachers and staff underwent a series of document submissions, meetings, and trainings to ensure that the institution will be able to successfully implement strict compliance with the minimum public health standards including those guidelines issued by the Department of Education and other relevant government agencies.

When the school gates finally welcomed the students, excitement is visible in the looks of every Petrinian as they graced the halls of CSP-R. Like the normal school setting years back, the first day started with a flag raising ceremony and morning exercise. The first meeting in their classrooms was also filled with enthusiasm as students were eager to interact with their teacher and classmates after being limited with remote learning for two years. Limited face-to-face is implemented for the first two months of the school year as a transitioning period for the institution and its learners, and in-person meetings will be in full swing by the month of November.

This school year is a challenge for learners, but the institution tries its best to maintain appropriate health measures to ensure continuity of academic instruction as we transition to the new normal.

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