End of School Schedule Update

Pax Christi!

Classes for School Year 2019-2020 were originally scheduled to end on Friday, March 20, 2020. But in light of the recent situation regarding the Department of Health’s declaration of CODE RED following the reported local transmission of novel coronavirus 2019 in the Philippines, Sacred Heart School-Ateneo de Cebu has come up with additional proactive measures.

Please take note of the following changes:

Early Education Separate memo will be released regarding schedule of N1 & N2 practices and Showcase of Talents.

Grade School &
Junior High
School Fourth quarter grades will be computed according to the student’s class standing. Periodical tests will no longer proceed on the scheduled dates. The school year for Grades 1 to Grade 10 will officially end on Friday, March 13, 2020.

Senior High
School Final exams for grade 11 students will be moved to March 13, 14 & 16, Friday, Saturday and Monday. The National Achievement Test will be administered on Thursday, March 12. Online submission of performance tasks will be extended to the following week, March 16-19, Monday-Thursday. The school year will officially end on Thursday, March 19.

Graduation ceremonies will continue as originally scheduled. We shall be informing parents and guardians of additional measures for the graduation in a separate memo.
Kinder Moving Up Ceremony Saturday, March 21
Grade 6 Graduation Rites Friday, March 27
Grade 12 Graduation Rites Saturday, March 28

Card Distribution is scheduled on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, for all grade levels. However, parents have the option to receive their child’s card via email.

We appeal to everyone to be vigilant in the practice of preventive measures (e.g. good hygiene, cough etiquette, etc.) but not to panic in the face of the current situation. A responsible, respectful, and calm disposition will go a long way in helping our entire country through this difficult time. Furthermore, we ask you to pray with us, for the members of our government, medical practitioners, patients, and all those affected by the disease. We entrust our school, city, country, and the world to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.

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