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DepEd-Ozamiz holds dry-run for blended learning

OZAMIZ CITY, Misamis Occidental, Sep. 21 (PIA)–To show that the alternative delivery modalities under the blended/distance learning will work this school year, the Department of Education (DepEd)-Ozamiz conducted their respective back-to-school preparations, September 14.

The five-day dry run included the distribution of printed self-learning modules, online distance learning and TV-based instruction for elementary and high school students in Ozamiz City Division.

Ozamiz City Schools Division Superintendent Jean Veloso said the dry run shall serve as a window for us to see how else we can improve our preparations for the actual opening of classes come October 5.

“As we continue upholding DepEd’s culture of excellence in the performance of our tasks, please be reminded to raise higher the safety-first policy by ensuring compliance of all safety protocols,” Veloso said to DepEd personnel.

Veloso thanked teachers, school heads, supervisors, Division Office personnel, parents, barangay officials, Asenso Ozamiz Administration and partners for taking extra mile in preparing for the simultaneous Basic Education Learning Continuity Plan (BE- LCP) Dry Run per Regional Memo 314 and Division Memo 214 s. 2020.

Mayor Sancho Fernando Oaminal has allocated more than P55 million cash assistance from local government funds to help the financial needs of Ozamiz Division for the smooth implementation of blended learning education system.

The use of more than 55 million peso funds include the purchase of 13-units of high-speed riso printing machines, 6,000 units of AM/AF radio monitors, 6,000 pcs USBs, printing materials, and the purchase of 3 brand new service vans which will then be used to distribute printed self-learning modules to all public elementary and high schools in the Ozamiz City Schools Division.

DepEd Ozamiz will adopt the blended learning approach, among the other learning modalities to be used for the coming school year, which is a combination of the printed modules, online distance learning, and TV-based instruction due to the health crisis brought about the COVID-19 pandemic. (SMRN/PIA Misamis Occidental)

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