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OLONGAPO CITY — Another school in this city adjusted its class schedules due to the extremely hot weather.

The Olongapo Municipal Primary School (OCES) on Wednesday, April 3, began its shift to alternative delivery mode (ADM) to alleviate the discomfort its students feel due to the increase in the heat index in the city.

With ADM, students will only attend face-to-face classes in the morning and continue face-to-face tasks at home in the afternoon.

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According to the OCES administration, the modified learning modality will continue until April 12.

Earlier, the city's St. Joseph College also announced that it would implement a blended mode of learning or temporary part-time in-person classes as the country continues to face hot and humid weather.

The heat index in the city peaked at 40 degrees Celsius in recent days and was already approaching the “danger” level. INQ

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