Grace Estefano, division information officer of the SDO Palawan, said that they are now in the preparation for the upcoming school year, and will look at the results of their survey to design new learning modalities.
Department Order no. 007, s. 2020 dated May 11 marked the opening of classes on August 24 and will close on April 30, 2021. The department order was also posted in the Facebook page 'DepEd Phiippines."
The division office said it will be promoting applications such as Google Meet to hold online meetings, training events, and other official activities.
The flexible learning options include the use of television, radio, modules, and other modes of learning that do not require close contact between the teacher and the learners.
University president Dr. Ramon Docto said Friday that the second semester is supposed to end on May 9. However, he said it was extended to May 30 during a management committee meeting held April 23.
Grace Estefano, division information officer of the SDO, said Saturday that their recommendation is under the leadership of Schools Division Superintendent (SDS) Natividad Bayubay.
She added that normally the schedule of release for the salary is every third week or onwards of the month, while the clothing allowance was scheduled not as early as it was released.
About 102,526 examinees took the 2020 DOST-SEI Undergraduate Scholarship Examination held on October 20, 2019, in 347 test centers nationwide.
On Thursday, the division office in Palawan underwent disinfection activities in cooperation with the Department of Health (DOH) MIMAROPA, said division information officer Grace Estefano.
Grace Estefano, Division Information Officer of the DepEd in the province, said the suspension was initiated by municipal authorities as a preventive measure against COVID-19.
University president Dr. Ramon Docto said Friday the measure was arrived at during the meeting of their newly-formed risk management group and will be undertaken during the 1-week class suspension imposed by the City government.
Gina Francisco, Division Information Officer of the Schools Division of Puerto Princesa, said that during the class suspension, the teachers are required to work from home.