The Department of Education (DepEd) has included Alangilan National High School for its evaluation for the conduct of limited face-to-face classes, according to Bacolod City School Division Superintendent Gladys Amylaine Sales.
The schools chief said their recommendation to include Alangilan National High School will be limited only to Senior High School classes where over 100 students from different tracks of the SHS program are involved.
Sales added that the school was chosen as it is also located in the remote area with low cases of the deadly coronavirus.
Evaluators from DepEd national office are expected to arrive in the city this week to conduct an assessment.
Aside from Bacolod, DepEd is also looking to pilot the program in 15 other areas around the province of Negros Occidental.
Among the schools considered for this pilot program are the 6 schools in Sagay City to include: General Luna, Hamticon, Laon, Manara, Pacol and Colona Divina Elementary schools.
DepEd also identified Tandang Sora Elementary School and Don Carlos Ledesma National High School in San Carlos City; Hiyang-Hiyang Elementary extension in Cadiz City; Binaguiohan Elementary in Escalante City; Inapoy Elementary in Kabankalan; Mauboy and Vista Alegre Elementary in Sipalay City; and Purita Mora Elementary in Talisay City.