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TWELVE more local government units have ditched full face-to-face classes, bringing to 22 the total number of local government units in Cebu that have adopted changes and implemented the alternative delivery mode of learning as sweltering heat continues to grip Cebu due to the high heat index.Last Wednesday, April 3, 2024, SunStar Cebu already reported 10 local government units (LGUs) that suspended their face-to-face classes: Lapu-Lapu City, Liloan, Consolacion, the City of Naga, Talisay City, Toledo City, San Fernando, Ronda, Minglanilla and Cordova. However, more municipalities have followed suit in suspending face-to-face classes and encouraging a shift to the online or modular mode of learning. As of 4:20 p.m. Thursday, these were the municipalities and the periods of suspension:- Poro (April 4-5, public and private schools, all levels);- Asturias (April 4, 1 p.m. - April 12, all public schools);- Badian (April 4-19, public schools, pre-elementary to senior high);- Tuburan (April 4-5, public and private schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabogon (April 4-6, public and private schools, all levels);- Balamban (April 4 12 noon – until further notice, public schools, pre-school to senior high);- Sibonga (April 4-12, all public schools);- Medellin (April 4-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);- Compostela (April 5-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);-San Remigio (April 5, public schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabuelan (April 4-5, public schools, all levels)These LGUs will implement modular learning where learners have self-learning modules, either in print or digital format, that is usually implemented for those living in rural areas or provinces with intermittent internet connection.Mandaue City is the lone LGU that is implementing a blended learning approach.In Cebu City, Mayor Michael Rama announced Thursday that he would issue an executive order moving the time of classes in school to 6 to 11 a.m. only.According to the Cebu City Public Information Office, Rama said he would leave the school heads in the city to decide on the suspension of face-to-face classes due to the heat as he had already issued Executive Order 1 in August 2022, authorizing them to declare class suspensions amid calamities and weather disturbances.Cebu Normal University in Cebu City announced that classes for the Integrated Laboratory School, college and graduate school including in its external campuses in Balamban and Medellin towns would use the online modality on April 4-12.Blended learningMayor Jonas Cortes issued Executive Order 18 on Wednesday in response to the rising heat index, which has been disrupting the conducive learning environment for students attending face-to-face classes.They will adopt blended learning in public schools from daycare, and kindergarten to senior high school starting Thursday, April 4, until the end of the month.Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online instruction. This means that physical classes will continue with adjustments for student safety and comfort during the dry hot season. “It was recommended that a shift from full face-to-face classes to a blended learning mode of partial face-to-face and modular mode would be the best course of action in all public schools in Mandaue City as a precautionary action to the increasing heat index,” Cortes said.The mayor said schools will categorize and divide classes into two groups or sets of students to ensure proper ventilation, spacing, and prevent overcrowding, which may worsen the effects of high temperatures.Set A learners will attend face-to-face classes from 6 to 11 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday, while Set B learners will do the same but on Tuesday and Thursday, with the modular mode to be used thereafter. Meanwhile, Friday will be allotted to students who will need intervention or further help from the teacher.The City added that blended learning will also be applied to daycare students.SuspensionDirector Salustiano Jimenez of the Department of Education Central Visayas (DepEd 7) told SunStar Cebu on Wednesday that these LGUs possess the authority to suspend face-to-face classes similar to the procedures during typhoons and other calamities. Additionally, aside from local chief executives, Jimenez said in a prior interview that both public and private school administrators also have discretion and authorization to transition to modular classes.According to DepEd Order 37 of 2022, such decisions are permitted “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to extremely high temperatures.”Heat indexBased on the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration’s (Pagasa) heat index database, Cebu will reach 37 degrees Celsius on Thursday and a higher 38 degrees Celsius on Friday, April 5.Both figures fall under Pagasa’s extreme caution category, meaning heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and further activity may result in a heatstroke.SunStar Cebu previously reported that the heat index in Cebu could potentially reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months, leading to heat cramps, exhaustion and potentially heatstroke with prolonged outdoor exposure. Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of Pagasa Visayas attributed the increase in the heat index to the El Niño phenomenon and the ongoing dry, hot summer. He said historical data from Pagasa indicates Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, during the El Niño phenomenon, the province recorded a surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, coinciding with its highest heat index in history of 49 degrees Celsius. Where can I bet on the NBA game to at? Philippines CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has urged the Cebu Provincial Government officials to stop meddling in the Cebu City's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.This came after the Cebu Provincial Board (PB) approved a resolution calling for the stoppage of BRT construction during its regular session on Monday, March 4, 2024.PB wants CBRT project haltedRama, according to Cebu City PIO on Tuesday, March 5, asked the Capitol officials "to show due courtesy" to the City and that they should focus on problems within their territorial jurisdiction.“Kung dili mo moundang sa panghilabot, ang ending ana gubot (If you don't stop interfering, the ending will be messy),” said Rama.The PB adopted the resolution pushed by Sixth District Board Member Glenn Soco, Fifth District Board Member and committee on infrastructure and public works chairman Red Duterte, and Third District Board Member John Ismael Borgonia, recommending the stoppage of the CBRT in Cebu City "due to its contribution to the worsening traffic condition, thereby causing great inconvenience to the people of Cebu and causing negative economic effects to the entire people of Cebu."In his privilege speech, Soco questioned CBRT's feasibility due to the proponent’s failure to provide details on the operation of the mass transport system project, such as the type of buses to use, who will be the operator, and the potential fare.Imbong remains as CBRT project manager, says DOTrDuterte, who also chairs the tourism committee, said he received reports and concerns that tourists on their way to the south experienced heavy traffic due to the CBRT project, which runs through two major thoroughfares.Borgonia said they are in unison with the recent call of the Cebu City Council to suspend the CBRT project. But Borgonia’s question as to “why now” (why only a year after the groundbreaking did the council object to the project) remains addressed to the Cebu City Council.Last February 27, Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia also issued Memorandum 16-2024 ordering the contractor, Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Group Ltd., to immediately stop the construction of the bus station in front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd.Garcia, in the memorandum, said the project’s proponents lacked the necessary authorization from the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).The governor's call was also echoed by his nephew, Cebu City Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia, through a privilege speech he delivered last February 28, requesting the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Group Ltd. for its building of bus stations on Osmeña Blvd., for the threat it posed on the integrity of the city’s heritage and culture.Rama said he has no problem with the PB members' resolutions, but he wonders how the provincial officials would feel if he closes the roads leading to the Capitol.“Iyahay lang ta’g tan-aw sa atong porma. Pero, usahay, kanang gahum mosu’d na gani sa atong utok, wala na ang maayong pagpamatasan,” said Rama. (JJL)

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CEBU City Mayor Michael Rama has urged the Cebu Provincial Government officials to stop meddling in the Cebu City's Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project.This came after the Cebu Provincial Board (PB) approved a resolution calling for the stoppage of BRT construction during its regular session on Monday, March 4, 2024.PB wants CBRT project haltedRama, according to Cebu City PIO on Tuesday, March 5, asked the Capitol officials "to show due courtesy" to the City and that they should focus on problems within their territorial jurisdiction.“Kung dili mo moundang sa panghilabot, ang ending ana gubot (If you don't stop interfering, the ending will be messy),” said Rama.The PB adopted the resolution pushed by Sixth District Board Member Glenn Soco, Fifth District Board Member and committee on infrastructure and public works chairman Red Duterte, and Third District Board Member John Ismael Borgonia, recommending the stoppage of the CBRT in Cebu City "due to its contribution to the worsening traffic condition, thereby causing great inconvenience to the people of Cebu and causing negative economic effects to the entire people of Cebu."In his privilege speech, Soco questioned CBRT's feasibility due to the proponent’s failure to provide details on the operation of the mass transport system project, such as the type of buses to use, who will be the operator, and the potential fare.Imbong remains as CBRT project manager, says DOTrDuterte, who also chairs the tourism committee, said he received reports and concerns that tourists on their way to the south experienced heavy traffic due to the CBRT project, which runs through two major thoroughfares.Borgonia said they are in unison with the recent call of the Cebu City Council to suspend the CBRT project. But Borgonia’s question as to “why now” (why only a year after the groundbreaking did the council object to the project) remains addressed to the Cebu City Council.Last February 27, Cebu Governor Gwendolyn Garcia also issued Memorandum 16-2024 ordering the contractor, Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Group Ltd., to immediately stop the construction of the bus station in front of the Capitol building along Osmeña Blvd.Garcia, in the memorandum, said the project’s proponents lacked the necessary authorization from the National Historical Commission of the Philippines (NHCP).The governor's call was also echoed by his nephew, Cebu City Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia, through a privilege speech he delivered last February 28, requesting the Office of the Building Official to issue a cease and desist order against Hunan Road and Bridge Construction Group Ltd. for its building of bus stations on Osmeña Blvd., for the threat it posed on the integrity of the city’s heritage and culture.Rama said he has no problem with the PB members' resolutions, but he wonders how the provincial officials would feel if he closes the roads leading to the Capitol.“Iyahay lang ta’g tan-aw sa atong porma. Pero, usahay, kanang gahum mosu’d na gani sa atong utok, wala na ang maayong pagpamatasan,” said Rama. (JJL) Is online gambling legal in Philippines? MORE than 10,000 farmers in Cebu City have continued to endure the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon since February 2024, saying they had not yet received any assistance from the City Government.Casimero Pilones, head of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said they had been invited to executive sessions by the Cebu City Council to voice their concerns, but to date, they had not received any assistance.Asked about the situation of farmers in Cebu City during this El Niño period, Pilones said the farmers are in a very pitiful state, as there is no water available for their crops.“Ang mga farmers karon nagkinahanglan jud support sa Cebu City... Kung makapangita untag tubig nga magamit namo, kay luoy kaayo ang mga mag-uuma. Wala jud makaon,” Pilones told SunStar Cebu on Friday, April 5, 2024.(Farmers today really need the support of Cebu City to find water that we can use because the farmers are in a sorry state. They have nothing to eat.)Pilones said what farmers need now is a good amount of water supply, suggesting that the City Government could provide them with water pumps and drills so they can search for water in springs.He said they had requested materials from the Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) such as water tanks, hoses, barrels and sprayers, but the department had not provided them with these materials this year.He added that the farmers would like to request the City Government to provide them with high-quality seedlings, as low-quality seedlings would affect the quality of vegetables they harvest later, leading to lower prices.The Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having at least 200 to 300 members.NegligenceCebu City Councilor Pastor Alcover Jr., chairman of the committee on agriculture and rural development, has called for the resignation of Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) head Joselito Baclayon due to gross negligence of duty.In his privilege speech last Wednesday, April 3, Alcover accused Baclayon of not having plans to address the plight of farmers who are affected by the El Niño phenomenon.Alcover said there will be around 11,000 farmers, excluding their families, who will suffer from hunger due to the drought brought by the phenomenon.Unfulfilled, unspentAlcover said farmers in rural areas submitted requests for farming equipment last year, but these requests had not been fulfilled.He added that the CAD failed to utilize the allocated budget for farmers in 2023, with a significant portion remaining unspent.According to Alcover, the City Government allocated P85.9 million for farmers, but only P21 million was spent, with the remaining P64 million returned to the government treasury.He added that another P7 million, included in the P19 million Bayanihan program in 2021, was also returned to the government’s treasury. Only P12 million of the allocated amount was spent for the farmers.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Baclayon on the matter through text message and calls, but to no avail.Last yearAs early as March 2023, when El Niño was still just a possibility and after the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) announced a drop in water production due to the onset of summer, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama already ordered water supply secured for agriculture to ensure food security.The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) subsequently declared the start of the El Niño phenomenon in the Philippines on July 4, 2023, saying it may go on until the first quarter of 2024.El Niño increases the likelihood of below-normal rainfall, which could bring dry spells and drought.Baclayon said then that the CAD would identify water sources that could be used to sustain farming areas and expressed optimism that the City was prepared for the El Niño phenomenon because of earlier steps it had already taken to address the threat.Three months earlier, in April 2023, as some city farmers experienced a 60 percent plunge in their yields after the heat index in Cebu reached 41 degrees Celsius, Baclayon said half of the city’s 11,000 farmers had already received drums in which to store water, and hoses to enable farmers to connect to more distant springs or rivers.Baclayon also said farmers from Cebu City’s 28 upland barangays produce vegetables, fruit crops and livestock, among others, while Mindanao, Cebu towns and neighboring provinces are the source of the rest of the city’s food supply.This yearAs the Pagasa forecast, it indeed declared Cebu under a dry spell in the last week of February 2024, and then as undergoing drought in March 2024.Last March 26, state meteorologist Jhomer Eclarino warned that the heat index in Cebu in the coming months could go up further to the “dangerous” 51 degree Celsius level.On Thursday, the MCWD announced a 16 percent drop in its water production for April 3, 2024 to only at least 258,548 cubic meters of water.The water district said its usual daily production was 310,000 cubic meters a day before the occurrence of the El Niño.

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MORE than 10,000 farmers in Cebu City have continued to endure the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon since February 2024, saying they had not yet received any assistance from the City Government.Casimero Pilones, head of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said they had been invited to executive sessions by the Cebu City Council to voice their concerns, but to date, they had not received any assistance.Asked about the situation of farmers in Cebu City during this El Niño period, Pilones said the farmers are in a very pitiful state, as there is no water available for their crops.“Ang mga farmers karon nagkinahanglan jud support sa Cebu City... Kung makapangita untag tubig nga magamit namo, kay luoy kaayo ang mga mag-uuma. Wala jud makaon,” Pilones told SunStar Cebu on Friday, April 5, 2024.(Farmers today really need the support of Cebu City to find water that we can use because the farmers are in a sorry state. They have nothing to eat.)Pilones said what farmers need now is a good amount of water supply, suggesting that the City Government could provide them with water pumps and drills so they can search for water in springs.He said they had requested materials from the Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) such as water tanks, hoses, barrels and sprayers, but the department had not provided them with these materials this year.He added that the farmers would like to request the City Government to provide them with high-quality seedlings, as low-quality seedlings would affect the quality of vegetables they harvest later, leading to lower prices.The Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having at least 200 to 300 members.NegligenceCebu City Councilor Pastor Alcover Jr., chairman of the committee on agriculture and rural development, has called for the resignation of Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) head Joselito Baclayon due to gross negligence of duty.In his privilege speech last Wednesday, April 3, Alcover accused Baclayon of not having plans to address the plight of farmers who are affected by the El Niño phenomenon.Alcover said there will be around 11,000 farmers, excluding their families, who will suffer from hunger due to the drought brought by the phenomenon.Unfulfilled, unspentAlcover said farmers in rural areas submitted requests for farming equipment last year, but these requests had not been fulfilled.He added that the CAD failed to utilize the allocated budget for farmers in 2023, with a significant portion remaining unspent.According to Alcover, the City Government allocated P85.9 million for farmers, but only P21 million was spent, with the remaining P64 million returned to the government treasury.He added that another P7 million, included in the P19 million Bayanihan program in 2021, was also returned to the government’s treasury. Only P12 million of the allocated amount was spent for the farmers.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Baclayon on the matter through text message and calls, but to no avail.Last yearAs early as March 2023, when El Niño was still just a possibility and after the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) announced a drop in water production due to the onset of summer, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama already ordered water supply secured for agriculture to ensure food security.The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) subsequently declared the start of the El Niño phenomenon in the Philippines on July 4, 2023, saying it may go on until the first quarter of 2024.El Niño increases the likelihood of below-normal rainfall, which could bring dry spells and drought.Baclayon said then that the CAD would identify water sources that could be used to sustain farming areas and expressed optimism that the City was prepared for the El Niño phenomenon because of earlier steps it had already taken to address the threat.Three months earlier, in April 2023, as some city farmers experienced a 60 percent plunge in their yields after the heat index in Cebu reached 41 degrees Celsius, Baclayon said half of the city’s 11,000 farmers had already received drums in which to store water, and hoses to enable farmers to connect to more distant springs or rivers.Baclayon also said farmers from Cebu City’s 28 upland barangays produce vegetables, fruit crops and livestock, among others, while Mindanao, Cebu towns and neighboring provinces are the source of the rest of the city’s food supply.This yearAs the Pagasa forecast, it indeed declared Cebu under a dry spell in the last week of February 2024, and then as undergoing drought in March 2024.Last March 26, state meteorologist Jhomer Eclarino warned that the heat index in Cebu in the coming months could go up further to the “dangerous” 51 degree Celsius level.On Thursday, the MCWD announced a 16 percent drop in its water production for April 3, 2024 to only at least 258,548 cubic meters of water.The water district said its usual daily production was 310,000 cubic meters a day before the occurrence of the El Niño. Is online gambling legal in Philippines? TWELVE more local government units have ditched full face-to-face classes, bringing to 22 the total number of local government units in Cebu that have adopted changes and implemented the alternative delivery mode of learning as sweltering heat continues to grip Cebu due to the high heat index.Last Wednesday, April 3, 2024, SunStar Cebu already reported 10 local government units (LGUs) that suspended their face-to-face classes: Lapu-Lapu City, Liloan, Consolacion, the City of Naga, Talisay City, Toledo City, San Fernando, Ronda, Minglanilla and Cordova. However, more municipalities have followed suit in suspending face-to-face classes and encouraging a shift to the online or modular mode of learning. As of 4:20 p.m. Thursday, these were the municipalities and the periods of suspension:- Poro (April 4-5, public and private schools, all levels);- Asturias (April 4, 1 p.m. - April 12, all public schools);- Badian (April 4-19, public schools, pre-elementary to senior high);- Tuburan (April 4-5, public and private schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabogon (April 4-6, public and private schools, all levels);- Balamban (April 4 12 noon – until further notice, public schools, pre-school to senior high);- Sibonga (April 4-12, all public schools);- Medellin (April 4-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);- Compostela (April 5-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);-San Remigio (April 5, public schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabuelan (April 4-5, public schools, all levels)These LGUs will implement modular learning where learners have self-learning modules, either in print or digital format, that is usually implemented for those living in rural areas or provinces with intermittent internet connection.Mandaue City is the lone LGU that is implementing a blended learning approach.In Cebu City, Mayor Michael Rama announced Thursday that he would issue an executive order moving the time of classes in school to 6 to 11 a.m. only.According to the Cebu City Public Information Office, Rama said he would leave the school heads in the city to decide on the suspension of face-to-face classes due to the heat as he had already issued Executive Order 1 in August 2022, authorizing them to declare class suspensions amid calamities and weather disturbances.Cebu Normal University in Cebu City announced that classes for the Integrated Laboratory School, college and graduate school including in its external campuses in Balamban and Medellin towns would use the online modality on April 4-12.Blended learningMayor Jonas Cortes issued Executive Order 18 on Wednesday in response to the rising heat index, which has been disrupting the conducive learning environment for students attending face-to-face classes.They will adopt blended learning in public schools from daycare, and kindergarten to senior high school starting Thursday, April 4, until the end of the month.Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online instruction. This means that physical classes will continue with adjustments for student safety and comfort during the dry hot season. “It was recommended that a shift from full face-to-face classes to a blended learning mode of partial face-to-face and modular mode would be the best course of action in all public schools in Mandaue City as a precautionary action to the increasing heat index,” Cortes said.The mayor said schools will categorize and divide classes into two groups or sets of students to ensure proper ventilation, spacing, and prevent overcrowding, which may worsen the effects of high temperatures.Set A learners will attend face-to-face classes from 6 to 11 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday, while Set B learners will do the same but on Tuesday and Thursday, with the modular mode to be used thereafter. Meanwhile, Friday will be allotted to students who will need intervention or further help from the teacher.The City added that blended learning will also be applied to daycare students.SuspensionDirector Salustiano Jimenez of the Department of Education Central Visayas (DepEd 7) told SunStar Cebu on Wednesday that these LGUs possess the authority to suspend face-to-face classes similar to the procedures during typhoons and other calamities. Additionally, aside from local chief executives, Jimenez said in a prior interview that both public and private school administrators also have discretion and authorization to transition to modular classes.According to DepEd Order 37 of 2022, such decisions are permitted “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to extremely high temperatures.”Heat indexBased on the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration’s (Pagasa) heat index database, Cebu will reach 37 degrees Celsius on Thursday and a higher 38 degrees Celsius on Friday, April 5.Both figures fall under Pagasa’s extreme caution category, meaning heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and further activity may result in a heatstroke.SunStar Cebu previously reported that the heat index in Cebu could potentially reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months, leading to heat cramps, exhaustion and potentially heatstroke with prolonged outdoor exposure. Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of Pagasa Visayas attributed the increase in the heat index to the El Niño phenomenon and the ongoing dry, hot summer. He said historical data from Pagasa indicates Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, during the El Niño phenomenon, the province recorded a surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, coinciding with its highest heat index in history of 49 degrees Celsius.

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As of 4:20 p.m. Thursday, these were the municipalities and the periods of suspension:- Poro (April 4-5, public and private schools, all levels);- Asturias (April 4, 1 p.m. - April 12, all public schools);- Badian (April 4-19, public schools, pre-elementary to senior high);- Tuburan (April 4-5, public and private schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabogon (April 4-6, public and private schools, all levels);- Balamban (April 4 12 noon – until further notice, public schools, pre-school to senior high);- Sibonga (April 4-12, all public schools);- Medellin (April 4-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);- Compostela (April 5-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);-San Remigio (April 5, public schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabuelan (April 4-5, public schools, all levels)These LGUs will implement modular learning where learners have self-learning modules, either in print or digital format, that is usually implemented for those living in rural areas or provinces with intermittent internet connection.Mandaue City is the lone LGU that is implementing a blended learning approach.In Cebu City, Mayor Michael Rama announced Thursday that he would issue an executive order moving the time of classes in school to 6 to 11 a.m. only.According to the Cebu City Public Information Office, Rama said he would leave the school heads in the city to decide on the suspension of face-to-face classes due to the heat as he had already issued Executive Order 1 in August 2022, authorizing them to declare class suspensions amid calamities and weather disturbances.Cebu Normal University in Cebu City announced that classes for the Integrated Laboratory School, college and graduate school including in its external campuses in Balamban and Medellin towns would use the online modality on April 4-12.Blended learningMayor Jonas Cortes issued Executive Order 18 on Wednesday in response to the rising heat index, which has been disrupting the conducive learning environment for students attending face-to-face classes.They will adopt blended learning in public schools from daycare, and kindergarten to senior high school starting Thursday, April 4, until the end of the month.Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online instruction. This means that physical classes will continue with adjustments for student safety and comfort during the dry hot season. “It was recommended that a shift from full face-to-face classes to a blended learning mode of partial face-to-face and modular mode would be the best course of action in all public schools in Mandaue City as a precautionary action to the increasing heat index,” Cortes said.The mayor said schools will categorize and divide classes into two groups or sets of students to ensure proper ventilation, spacing, and prevent overcrowding, which may worsen the effects of high temperatures.Set A learners will attend face-to-face classes from 6 to 11 a.m. on Monday and Wednesday, while Set B learners will do the same but on Tuesday and Thursday, with the modular mode to be used thereafter. Meanwhile, Friday will be allotted to students who will need intervention or further help from the teacher.The City added that blended learning will also be applied to daycare students.SuspensionDirector Salustiano Jimenez of the Department of Education Central Visayas (DepEd 7) told SunStar Cebu on Wednesday that these LGUs possess the authority to suspend face-to-face classes similar to the procedures during typhoons and other calamities. Additionally, aside from local chief executives, Jimenez said in a prior interview that both public and private school administrators also have discretion and authorization to transition to modular classes.According to DepEd Order 37 of 2022, such decisions are permitted “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to extremely high temperatures.”Heat indexBased on the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration’s (Pagasa) heat index database, Cebu will reach 37 degrees Celsius on Thursday and a higher 38 degrees Celsius on Friday, April 5.Both figures fall under Pagasa’s extreme caution category, meaning heat cramps and heat exhaustion are possible, and further activity may result in a heatstroke.SunStar Cebu previously reported that the heat index in Cebu could potentially reach a “dangerous” 51 degrees Celsius in the coming months, leading to heat cramps, exhaustion and potentially heatstroke with prolonged outdoor exposure. Weather specialist Jhomer Eclarino of Pagasa Visayas attributed the increase in the heat index to the El Niño phenomenon and the ongoing dry, hot summer. He said historical data from Pagasa indicates Cebu typically experiences its highest temperatures in May. On May 31, 2010, during the El Niño phenomenon, the province recorded a surface temperature of 37 degrees Celsius, coinciding with its highest heat index in history of 49 degrees Celsius., Read our full guide to find the 🎖️ best online casinos in Philippines for 2023! We discuss ▶️ welcome bonuses, games and the best PH online casino apps! check the following table to see what categories most online casinos in the Philippines fit in.

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As of 4:20 p.m. Thursday, these were the municipalities and the periods of suspension:- Poro (April 4-5, public and private schools, all levels);- Asturias (April 4, 1 p.m. - April 12, all public schools);- Badian (April 4-19, public schools, pre-elementary to senior high);- Tuburan (April 4-5, public and private schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabogon (April 4-6, public and private schools, all levels);- Balamban (April 4 12 noon – until further notice, public schools, pre-school to senior high);- Sibonga (April 4-12, all public schools);- Medellin (April 4-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);- Compostela (April 5-12, public and private schools, pre-school to senior high);-San Remigio (April 5, public schools, elementary and secondary levels);- Tabuelan (April 4-5, public schools, all levels)These LGUs will implement modular learning where learners have self-learning modules, either in print or digital format, that is usually implemented for those living in rural areas or provinces with intermittent internet connection.Mandaue City is the lone LGU that is implementing a blended learning approach.In Cebu City, Mayor Michael Rama announced Thursday that he would issue an executive order moving the time of classes in school to 6 to 11 a.m. only.According to the Cebu City Public Information Office, Rama said he would leave the school heads in the city to decide on the suspension of face-to-face classes due to the heat as he had already issued Executive Order 1 in August 2022, authorizing them to declare class suspensions amid calamities and weather disturbances.Cebu Normal University in Cebu City announced that classes for the Integrated Laboratory School, college and graduate school including in its external campuses in Balamban and Medellin towns would use the online modality on April 4-12.Blended learningMayor Jonas Cortes issued Executive Order 18 on Wednesday in response to the rising heat index, which has been disrupting the conducive learning environment for students attending face-to-face classes.They will adopt blended learning in public schools from daycare, and kindergarten to senior high school starting Thursday, April 4, until the end of the month.Blended learning combines traditional face-to-face teaching with online instruction. 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Pero, usahay, kanang gahum mosu’d na gani sa atong utok, wala na ang maayong pagpamatasan,” said Rama. (JJL) licensed online casinos MORE than 10,000 farmers in Cebu City have continued to endure the effects of the El Niño weather phenomenon since February 2024, saying they had not yet received any assistance from the City Government.Casimero Pilones, head of the Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association, said they had been invited to executive sessions by the Cebu City Council to voice their concerns, but to date, they had not received any assistance.Asked about the situation of farmers in Cebu City during this El Niño period, Pilones said the farmers are in a very pitiful state, as there is no water available for their crops.“Ang mga farmers karon nagkinahanglan jud support sa Cebu City... Kung makapangita untag tubig nga magamit namo, kay luoy kaayo ang mga mag-uuma. 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They have nothing to eat.)Pilones said what farmers need now is a good amount of water supply, suggesting that the City Government could provide them with water pumps and drills so they can search for water in springs.He said they had requested materials from the Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) such as water tanks, hoses, barrels and sprayers, but the department had not provided them with these materials this year.He added that the farmers would like to request the City Government to provide them with high-quality seedlings, as low-quality seedlings would affect the quality of vegetables they harvest later, leading to lower prices.The Alliance of Cebu City Farmers Association is composed of 72 farmer associations, with each association having at least 200 to 300 members.NegligenceCebu City Councilor Pastor Alcover Jr., chairman of the committee on agriculture and rural development, has called for the resignation of Cebu City Agriculture Department (CAD) head Joselito Baclayon due to gross negligence of duty.In his privilege speech last Wednesday, April 3, Alcover accused Baclayon of not having plans to address the plight of farmers who are affected by the El Niño phenomenon.Alcover said there will be around 11,000 farmers, excluding their families, who will suffer from hunger due to the drought brought by the phenomenon.Unfulfilled, unspentAlcover said farmers in rural areas submitted requests for farming equipment last year, but these requests had not been fulfilled.He added that the CAD failed to utilize the allocated budget for farmers in 2023, with a significant portion remaining unspent.According to Alcover, the City Government allocated P85.9 million for farmers, but only P21 million was spent, with the remaining P64 million returned to the government treasury.He added that another P7 million, included in the P19 million Bayanihan program in 2021, was also returned to the government’s treasury. Only P12 million of the allocated amount was spent for the farmers.SunStar Cebu tried to get the side of Baclayon on the matter through text message and calls, but to no avail.Last yearAs early as March 2023, when El Niño was still just a possibility and after the Metropolitan Cebu Water District (MCWD) announced a drop in water production due to the onset of summer, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama already ordered water supply secured for agriculture to ensure food security.The Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) subsequently declared the start of the El Niño phenomenon in the Philippines on July 4, 2023, saying it may go on until the first quarter of 2024.El Niño increases the likelihood of below-normal rainfall, which could bring dry spells and drought.Baclayon said then that the CAD would identify water sources that could be used to sustain farming areas and expressed optimism that the City was prepared for the El Niño phenomenon because of earlier steps it had already taken to address the threat.Three months earlier, in April 2023, as some city farmers experienced a 60 percent plunge in their yields after the heat index in Cebu reached 41 degrees Celsius, Baclayon said half of the city’s 11,000 farmers had already received drums in which to store water, and hoses to enable farmers to connect to more distant springs or rivers.Baclayon also said farmers from Cebu City’s 28 upland barangays produce vegetables, fruit crops and livestock, among others, while Mindanao, Cebu towns and neighboring provinces are the source of the rest of the city’s food supply.This yearAs the Pagasa forecast, it indeed declared Cebu under a dry spell in the last week of February 2024, and then as undergoing drought in March 2024.Last March 26, state meteorologist Jhomer Eclarino warned that the heat index in Cebu in the coming months could go up further to the “dangerous” 51 degree Celsius level.On Thursday, the MCWD announced a 16 percent drop in its water production for April 3, 2024 to only at least 258,548 cubic meters of water.The water district said its usual daily production was 310,000 cubic meters a day before the occurrence of the El Niño.

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