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Mga buluthuan sa Cadiz nagbalik na sa full face-to-face classes

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Nagbalik na ang mga estudyante sa mga buluthuan sa syudad sang Cadiz para sa una nga adlaw sang pagpatuman liwat sang full face-to-face classes sang Lunes, Agosto 22.

Flag Raising Ceremony and Students Orientation during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes at Mabini Farm School, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental on Monday, August 22. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.
Flag Raising Ceremony and Students Orientation during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes at Mabini Farm School, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental on Monday, August 22. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.

Nalakip ang Cadiz East Elementary School (CEES) II kag Mabini Farm School sa mga buluthuan nga nagbalik na sa full face-to-face classes.

Suno kay Principal Marjune Vito sang Mabini Farm School, ginapatuman sa gihapon ang minimum health protocols kaangay sang pagsuksok sang facemasks kag physical distancing.

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Antes magsulod sa buluthuan, ginapapasa ang mga estudyante sang health declaration form, ginapaidalum sa temperature checking, kag ginapahugas sang ila mga kamot.

Temperature of students being checked before going inside the premises of Mabini Farm School. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.
Temperature of students being checked before going inside the premises of Mabini Farm School. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.

Dugang pa ni Principal Vito, may ipatigayon man nga disinfection kada hapon pagkatapos sang mga klase.

A student washing his hands at Mabini Farm School as compliance to the health protocols. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.
A student washing his hands at Mabini Farm School as compliance to the health protocols. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.

“Students must submit their health declaration form and temperature is checked upon entry. Proper handwashing is also observed since we have sufficient handwashing facilities. Disinfection is done every afternoon after class hours. We have also coordinated with the Brgy. Mabini council for their assistance,” pahayag ni Principal Vito.

Makita man nga nagasuksok sa gihapon sang uniporme ang mga estudyante apisar sa anunsyo ni Vice President kag Education Secretary Sara Duterte nga indi ini kinahanglan.

Flag Raising Ceremony and Students Orientation during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes at Mabini Farm School, Cadiz City, Negros Occidental on Monday, August 22. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.
Flag Raising Ceremony and Students Orientation during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes at Mabini Farm School. Photo courtesy of Jonic Trinidad.

Base sa pahayag sang Grade 10 teacher nga si Jonic Trinidad, may kasugtanan ang mga manunudlo kag mga ginikanan nga pasuksukon sang uniporme ang mga estudyante sang Mabini Farm School.

“First, it is more practical compared to wearing civilian attire daily. Second, for the safety of learners. Third, to assure parents that their children are really going to school,” dugang pa ni Trinidad.

Isa man ang Grade 2 teacher sa CEES II nga si Christian Villacer nga luyag nga magsuksok sang uniporme ang mga estudyante para sa “practicality, identity, kag safety”.

Students of Cadiz East Elementary School II during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes. Photo courtesy of Christian Villacer.
Students of Cadiz East Elementary School II during the first day of the reimplementation of full face-to-face classes. Photo courtesy of Christian Villacer.

“In case sa guwa ang mga bata, mabal-an dayun kun diin sila gaeskwela kag ma-avoid man nga makasulod ang mga wala gaeskwela sa amo na nga skwelahan. In result, safe ang mga kabataan,” paathag ni Villacer.

Masobra duha ka tuig nga napaidalum ang mga estudyante sa modular ukon online learning bangud sa pandemya nga tuga sang COVID-19.

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