Tuesday, 05 June 2012 11:33
The Department of Education (DepEd) Division Office of Zamboanga City did not encounter any major problems during the opening of classes yesterday, a top education official said.
“So as far as to the peace and order is concern nuay man problema el diatun maga maestra," Supt. Pedro Melchor M. Natividad, Officer-in-Charge of the Office of the Schools Division, said in an interview.
Natividad said that the teachers were properly escorted in the Island Barangays like in Sitio Lima and that they have already reported to work.
According to Natividad, some of them only went to school yesterday to register their children or to enroll.
The school head said that not 100% of the school children already reported back to the school, although it was already regular classes.
The office is expecting 190,000 school children to go back to school in public grade school and high school alone.
Natividad personally checked the situation as he made his rounds at Talisayan National High School, Sinubung High School and Elementary School and Maasin.
He said that he will continue to monitor the situation and meet the Division Supervisors for continues assessment.
There are 35 public high schools and 171 public elementary schools located in this city.
By: R.G. Antonet Go
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