Imus National High School resumes face to face classes
Students from Imus National High School have returned to the classroom, and Mayor Emmanuel Maliksi paid them a visit to check on their condition.
In a Facebook post, Maliksi said the school was vetted by the Department of Education Regional validation team before it was allowed to accept students in person once more.
A total of 80 students, or 20 per grade level, were permitted to join the face to face classes.
They have been vaccinated and have their parents’ permission, he said.
“Ang pagbabalik natin sa normal habang nanatiling ligtas ay tunay na posible sa ating pagbubuklod-buklod,” he added.
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