Unida Christian Colleges conducted a Benchmarking for Limited Face-to-Face Classes of Alapan 1 ES

The Department of Education aims to resume the traditional way of education as soon as possible without sacrificing the safety of its personnel and learners. According to DepEd‘s official statement dated February 2, 2022, upon the President’s approval of the recommendation for the progressive expansion of face-to-face classes, Education Secretary Leonor Magtolis Briones has authorized all regional directors to commence the progressive expansion phase of face-to-face classes for both public and private schools. In realization of that, Alapan 1 Elementary School commits itself to share all the challenges and preparations for expanded limited face-to-face classes with other educational institutions.

Last February 17, 2022 (Thursday), Unida Christian Colleges visited our school for benchmarking. The main objective of their visit is to learn the requirements of the Department of Education for limited face-to-face classes. Our principal, Dr. Divina Narvaez together with other school management personnel welcomed the administrative staff of UCC and showed them the different school safety protocols of Alapan 1 Elementary School.

Unida Christian Colleges Administrative Staff together with Dr. Divina Narvaez | Photo by: Mrs. Jennelyn Ocampo

Unida Christian Colleges awarded to the school and its personnel the various Certificates of Recognition for its invaluable discussion about the preparations for limited face-to-face classes. In particular, they have learned those needed documents and changes of facilities. The school is thankful to be an exemplary example that physical classroom learning is possible in new normal education.

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