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Classes in Public Schools Suspended May 2-13 for Election Activities

by Arianne Merez
2 hours ago
Photo/s: Jerome Ascaño

Classes at all levels in public schools nationwide are suspended from May 2 to 13 to give way to election-related activities, the Department of Education said Monday.

The suspension is meant to prepare schools, which will serve as polling precincts, for the May 9 elections that will decide the fate of 109 million Filipinos.

"Walang pasok ang mga mag-aaral sa lahat ng antas sa mga pampublikong paaralan mula May 2-13, 2022," the DepEd said.

During the class suspension, teachers are still required to report to schools even if they have no election-related activities according to DepEd.

"Ang mga guro ay inaasahan pa ring mag-report sa kanilang paaralan sa mga araw na walang election-related duties o activities," it added.

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