Facing the challenges in today’s changing time may be difficult.
In the contrary, a call of service prevails if one’s passion is teaching.
A decrease in the enrollment this school year 2021-2022 is felt, but this did not hamper the Augustinian Administrators to pursue the San Jose Catholic School’s (SCJS) operations.
Enrollment of students from other provinces and abroad through alumni parents were encouraged and accommodated to increase enrollees.
Enhanced Blended Learning – Modular and Online Learning – were still implemented and Enhanced Technology through Digital Mobile Campus (DMC) is upgraded and oriented well to the stakeholders.
Books in major subjects were made available to the students for better teaching and learning process on online and modular classes.
Faculty members attended INSET Webinars and other development programs to enhance their teaching competence.
A virtual orientation on August 23, 24, and 26 signaled the formal opening of classes.
It also paved the way to students, parents and guardians on the awareness of the succeeding concerns namely: Online Conference Reminders, Class Rules and a Thorough Guideline Information on Enhanced Use of Digital Mobile Campus (D.M.C.).