Pasig Public Schools to Shift to Asynchronous Classes Amid Extreme Heat

In a recent announcement on his social media account, Mayor Vico Sotto declared that all K-12 public schools in Pasig City will transition to asynchronous classes for Thursday, April 25, 2024. 

This decision comes in response to the extreme heat conditions experienced in the area, aiming to ensure the safety and well-being of students and faculty members.

The move aligns with the ongoing dialogue and agreement between the local government unit (LGU) and the Department of Education (DepEd) Pasig, which stipulates the suspension of face-to-face classes during periods of intense heat. By shifting to asynchronous learning, students can continue their education remotely while avoiding exposure to potentially harmful weather conditions.


Mayor Vico Sotto emphasized the importance of staying safe and hydrated during the hot weather, urging students to remain focused on their studies even while at home.

This proactive measure reflects the commitment of the Pasig City government to prioritize the welfare of its constituents, particularly the youth, in the face of challenging environmental circumstances.

Asynchronous classes offer a flexible and accessible alternative to traditional classroom settings, ensuring continuity in education while safeguarding the health of students and educators alike.

Parents and guardians are encouraged to support their children in adjusting to the temporary shift in learning modalities, emphasizing the significance of maintaining academic progress amidst changing circumstances.

With collective cooperation and vigilance, Pasig City aims to mitigate the impact of extreme weather events on the education sector while promoting resilience and adaptability within the community.

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