Thursday, June 25, 2009

As a result of the A(H1N1) assault

Xavier School has released PR on the cancelation of classes from June 25 to July 5. Beginning this Friday, June 26, selected courses and subjects for intermediate grades and secondary levels can be accessed online. Using technology, a student can follow the required course outline through independent studying. Teacher made online lesson will be available and parents of younger students must assist their children in weaving their way in the web.

This was how Singapore and Hong Kong schools survived during the SARS season. I'm not happy about a Xaverian positive with the virus, but it sure is an exciting possibility for my son to learn via technology.

Here's hoping for better days to come.

4 comments:

Philippines call center said...

Hi Zarah, within one week ang payment ha kay check pa ang hatag ng owner..

naga librarian said...

wow, interesting,... kamusta na po -- riko, roco library

Zarah Grace C. Gagatiga said...

jobette, no prob. just email or text me when it's availbale via western union. many thanks! :-)

riko - ikaw dapat ang magbalita sa akin. kamusta na ang school library initiatives natin sa naga?

telemarketing call center said...

I could still remember my experience in the airport when H1N1 was still on its highest level of alert. Traveling from Canada to the Philippines, I had so many delays due to H1N1. The epidemic scared a lot of travelers back then.

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