Naic Integrated National High School optimistic on new school year

With the opening of classes kicking off this month, the Naic Integrated National High School has launched “Brigada Eskwela” as part of Oplan Balik Eskwela recently to welcome back students for in-person classes.

With the theme, “Brigada Eskwela 2022: Tugon sa hamon ng Balik-Aral”, the NINHS has geared up for the return of students as Covid-19 restrictions have been eased in the past few months.

The NINHS’ rendition of the Brigada Eskuwela 2022 was led by school head Vilma Digno Peliña and Brigada Eskuwela coordinator Gladys Encarnacion, along with Home Learning Space “Tahanan Ko, Silid-Aralan Ko” program heads Maricel Dualan and Ma. Marites N. Pagsibigan for the junior high school and Avigail Ventura and Cynthia Poblete for the senior high school.

The Brigada Eskuwela is also part of “Adopt-A-School” program where schools are cooperating with stakeholders to ensure that the needs of the students and the school are met.

The NINHS is also joining hands with the School Disaster Risk Reduction Management as the school prepares the students for the new normal and the strict implementation of minimum health protocols such as social distancing, regular disinfection, wearing of masks and frequent handwashing.

It also conducts fire and earthquake drills.

The school also launched other programs in line with Brigada Eskuwela such as Brigada Pagbasa, Numeracy Program, Gulayan sa Paaralan at Tahanan, Wash in School and Home Learning Space.

Amid the pandemic, the Naic Integrated National High School is also calling on the cooperation of everyone involved, especially the parents, teachers, stakeholders and students to ensure that the new school year will become a learning experience amid the new normal.

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