Pasig prepares for physical class reopening
Pasig City is ready to hold physical classes once the government has allowed the resumption of face-to-face learning setup, its mayor said in a report by Daily Tribune.
According to Mayor Vico Sotto, the city government has already finished repairing damaged classrooms and built new school buildings in the city.
In a Facebook Live on Monday morning, the mayor announced that the construction of the 16-classroom Senior High School building in Barangay Buting has already been completed.
“We shared with Cong. Roman (Romulo) on the repairs of damaged classrooms (minor and major repairs). All our schools have been renovated. On the new buildings, through Cong. Romulo, we put it in the budget of the DPWH (Department of Public Works and Highways). So, now those new buildings are starting to be inaugurated,” Sotto said.
“We need to be ready for the reopening of face-to-face classes. Although we do all what we can do to help students, but in the end we really need to go back to face-to-face classes because students were having difficulty on distance learning setup. But we can only do that if the number of Covid-19 cases in the country goes down,” the mayor added.
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