ONSITE EVALUATION: St. Edward School adheres to DepEd’s directives

St. Edward School Imus and Faith Campus observe the Department of Education’s (DepEd) issuances and directives in the implementation of the School’s basic Education-Learning Continuity Plan, officials of the Schools Division Offices of Imus City and General Trias City appraised during onsite visits on October 6 and 27.

DepEd Imus City and General Trias City noted that all indicators of school readiness in the conduct of online learning were evident in the area of Learning Continuity Plan, health and safety protocols, learning technology infrastructure, learning competencies, and curricular design and implementation.

This is pursuant to two DepEd Orders entitled “School Calendar for SY 2020-2021” and “Additional Provisions of DepEd Modalities in the Learning Continuity Plan of Private Schools.

Led by Ms. Glenda A. Recto, Dr. Mary Grace Javier, and Ms. Maureen Parot, the schools division office of Gen. Trias City gathered relevant data on school readiness and opening of classes and identified school’s best practices through the Edwardian EDGE (Excellence in Digital Global Education).

Meanwhile, Imus Division Schools Superintendent Dr. Rosemarie Torres and Asst. Schools Division Superintendent Mr. Ivan Bryan Inductivo joined by the Schools Governance and Operations Division of DepEd Imus City led the onsite evaluation visit in Imus Campus. Edwardian EDGE is the school’s learning program as a response to quality education amid Covid-19 pandemic. SES opened the school year 2020-2021 last August 24.

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