Mandaue public schools 50 percent ready for F2F classes

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SOME public primary and secondary schools in Mandaue City are only about 50 percent ready for the implementation of face-to-face (F2F) classes for the next school year this coming August.

Dr. Nimfa Bongo, Division Superintendent of DepEd Mandaue, told reporters on Tuesday, July 12, 2022, that they are still renovating schools that have been damaged by the onslaught of typhoon Odette on December 16, 2021.

Schools under renovation are Tingub, Casili, Maguikay, Umapad, Banilad, Cabancalan II, Tabok I and II, Bakilid, and Canduman elementary schools and Labogon and Pagsabungan elementary and high schools.

She said while the repair for these schools is ongoing, they will continue implementing the limited face-to-face classes and schedule shifting among students. (HIC)

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