Issue of July 8, 2018
Mt. Province

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Benguet National High School adopts double shift classes
by Jevera Domogen

Precipitated by the “Build Build Build” program of the national government, Benguet National High School, the province’ largest public secondary school, has gone double shifts starting July 2 to give way for the demolition of two of its old buildings where two four-story 24 classroom buildings will soon rise.

The double shifting entailed classes starting at 6:30 a.m. up to 6 p.m.

Grades 9 and 10 students will start their first class at 6:30 a.m. up to 2 p.m. with grades 7 and 8 learners coming in at 7:30 a.m. for their first class until 4 p.m. for their last period. 

For senior high school classes, grade 11 learners will have their first class at 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. with one hour lunch break, while the grade 12 learners come in at noon until 6 p.m. with 20 minutes health break.

The shifting will have the 67 sections from grades 7 to 12 alternately occupying the available homeroom classrooms where one class enters as soon as the class occupying it exits to go to their Technology and Livelihood Education or TLE laboratory rooms. 

The school administration implemented the double shifting of classes after consulting with parents and other stakeholders and after the same was approved by the Benguet Schools Division Office under Schools Superintendent Marie Caroline Verano.

Principal Wilbert Cuidno has called on jeepney operators plying the Buyagan-Housing-Motorpool routes and other jeepney associations servicing their students and teachers to make the necessary adjustments in their transport schedules to cater to the students and students to be affected by the shift.

The shifting is expected to last for the duration of the first semester in time for the construction of makeshift buildings in the school quadrangle which will soon ease the need of classrooms by the second semester.

BNHS currently has more than 3,800 total population.

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