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PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. appointed on Monday, April 1, 2024, Major General Rommel Francisco Msarbil as the 30th chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP). Marcos announced Marbil’s appointment during the change of command ceremony held at Camp Crame in Quezon City, a day after the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) bared the designation of Lieutenant General Emmanuel Peralta as the officer-in-charge of the PNP. Marbil, who served as the officer-in-charge of the PNP-Directorate for Comptrollership prior to his appointment, will replace General Benjamin Acorda Jr., who reached the mandatory retirement age of 56 in December 2023. Marcos ordered the extension of service of Acorda until the end of March 2024. The newly appointed top cop was immediately promoted to the rank of four-star police general.Marbil, a member of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Sambisig class of 1991, will reach the mandatory retirement age for police personnel on February 7, 2025. In his speech, Marbil assured Marcos to work in line with his aspirations for the country.“Ang pangarap ko ay pangarap niyo rin. Matatag na ekonomiya, maayos na Lipunan, at maayos na kapulisan. Yan po ang unang kataga na sinabi ng ating Presidente during the inauguration. Ang masasabi ko po sa inyong excellency, sir matutupad po,” he said.(My dream is also your dream. A strong economy, a well-functioning society, and a disciplined police force. Those were the first words spoken by our President during the inauguration. What I can say to Your Excellency, sir, is that it will be fulfilled.)“I am truly grateful to our President, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., for the honor you bestowed upon me today. Thank you po, Sir, for entrusting me with the significant responsibility. Thank you for your trust and confidence in me to lead the PNP and I assure you that all dedicated members of the PNP stand ready to work tirelessly with you to drive real change towards achieving the collective vision of a Bagong Pilipinas,” he added.Improvenent in the PNPMarbil vowed to ensure that under his leadership there will be both continuity and improvement, that the PNP remains effective in its job while evolving to become a modern Filipino police force for a modern Filipino society.He said that under his leadership, the PNP will focus on three things: enhancing the quality of leadership, knowledge, and ability, as well as professionalism within the ranks; expanding its capacity to uphold the law, maintain order, and combat local and transnational crimes in all forms and manifestations; and striving to increase the public's trust in the national police agency.“To this end, we commit to utilizing the best and innovative practices in law enforcement… We will focus on increased community satisfaction in our work as a key benchmark of our progress. We will work on enhanced partnerships with the local community because safety and order ultimately require our collaborative efforts,” said Marbil.“I am therefore committed to ensuring that each and every member of the PNP, including future recruits, will be supported in developing, improving, and refining the skills that are needed in our line of work and for their career and progression as law enforcers,” he added.Marbil raised the need for police officers to possess critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to address the many unique situations that arise and to become catalysts for the changes.He said police officers should also be able to communicate with the public well, display empathy, and conduct themselves at all times responsibly, ethically, and morally. Marbil said he will also prioritize integrating the PNP with a secured, mobile artificial intelligence-driven and real-time smart policing program and information and communication technology development roadmap in its operations, including an active drive to recruit and train a new generation of police officers and support staff with technical expertise and specialized IT skills. “In closing, mahusay, matatag at maasahan na kapulisan (competent, resilient, and dependable police force). This is our promise and commitment to our country as we undertake the internal and external changes necessary to improve our services to you,” said Marbil.“Expect that your PNP will do its best to safeguard the community it serves because we understand how safety, peace and order are intrinsically connected to economic growth and progress. Itataguyod natin ang isang ligtas ng Bagong Pilipinas, ligtas na tahanan at ligtas na pamayanan (We will uphold a safe New Philippines, safe homes, and safe communities),” he added. (TPM/SunStar Philippines) What season is baseball played in the Dominican Republic? Philippines TO AVOID risking students’ health due to the extreme heat, the Cebu Provincial Government has suspended all classes from kindergarten to Grade 12 in the public schools in the entire province starting Friday, April 5, 2024, until further notice.Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia issued on Friday Memorandum 22-2024, suspending classes immediately due to the high heat index. She directed the Department of Education (DepEd) in Cebu Province and mayors under the Provincial Government to strictly enforce the memorandum.Garcia did not specify if only face-to-face classes were suspended.Before Garcia’s memo, some public schools in the province were encouraged to transition to online classes and revert to distance learning, following earlier declarations by mayors suspending face-to-face (F2F) classes due to hot weather.In a text message on Friday, April 5, DepEd Cebu Province superintendent Dr. Senen Priscilo Paulin told SunStar Cebu that they will abide by the governor’s directive in the interest of their learners and personnel.However, Paulin had yet to respond to SunStar Cebu’s inquiries about how DepEd plans to make up for missed classes to meet the required number of school days.SunStar Cebu tried to reach DepEd 7 Director Salustiano Jimenez regarding the affected school days, but he had yet to respond as of this writing.Mixed reactionsIn an online forum posted on SunStar Cebu’s Facebook page on Friday, netizens shared mixed reactions to the suspension of classes.Some netizens commented that the suspension could result in a longer school year, while others feared that students might just use their free time for outdoor activities and vacations.“Dili man cguro kinahanglan i-suspenso ang klase. Pwede man gud mag online or di kaha mag module lang sa mintras tanto. Para dili pud mabiya sa mga angay buluhaton sa skwelahan,” a netizen commented.(I don’t think it’s necessary to suspend classes. It’s possible to have online classes or just use modules in the meantime. This way, students won’t miss out on schoolwork that needs to be done.)In separate interviews, a student and some parents expressed preferrence to maintain their current class schedule and setup, arguing that class suspension could delay students’ academic progress.Josef Toquero, a senior high school student, disagrees with the implementation of a partial suspension of face-to-face classes, as he thinks this might affect their time and studies in school.“If I declare ni siya nga from 6 to 11 a.m., maka benefit sad mi ana, pero murag ma delay pud ang pagtudlo sa teacher sa students kay naa ra bay subject na sa hapon siya klasehan. Tapos mostly eight subjects ra ba tas dili maigo sa kana ra nga oras,” said Toquero.“For me, I don’t agree with the suspension, because the children will just be using their gadgets more,” said Junesya Yta, a parent of two school-aged children, in Cebuano. “If they are in school, at least someone is supervising them and they can dedicate more time to their classes.”Emma Canasa, another parent, said as long as her children’s classrooms are not crowded and are properly ventilated, suspension of classes is not required.Meanwhile, despite these reservations, a parent acknowledged the necessity of the measure.“For me, it’s better if the classes will be suspended. It’s best to extend the suspension to the whole day because of the heat. Because even if they will move the classes to 6 to 11 a.m., they will still experience the intense heat at noon,” Ma. Joji Mendajaol, a concerned citizen, said in Cebuano.Garcia’s order came after the declaration of 22 local government units (LGUs), 20 of them under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Government, that they would suspend F2F classes and modify the delivery mode of learning. These LGUs include the municipalities of Asturias, Badian, Balamban, Compostela, Consolacion, Cordova, Liloan, Medellin, Minglanilla, Poro, Ronda, San Fernando, San Remigio, Sibonga, Tabogon, Tabuelan, Tuburan, and the cities of Lapu-Lapu, Naga, Talisay, and Toledo.These LGUs have implemented alternative delivery modes of learning, such as shifting to online or modular printed modes, adjusting to half-day class hours, and adopting a blended learning approach, based on the locations of schools, considering internet connectivity.Mandaue City, which first implemented the blended learning approach, has altered it and mandated the suspension of face-to-face classes.The Cebu City Government, however, has granted school principals discretion in the suspension of classes. However, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has proposed a shift to partial face-to-face classes from 6 to 11 a.m.Jimenez last Wednesday said LGUs can suspend face-to-face classes in times of calamities. He said public and private school administrators are authorized to transition to modular classes “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to high temperatures,” by DepEd Order 37 of 2022.Weather bureau Pagasa forecast a 38 degree Celsius heat index or apparent temperature in Cebu for Saturday, April 6. / EHP, with reports from Jay Adobo and Joshua Usigan / BIPSU Interns

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TO AVOID risking students’ health due to the extreme heat, the Cebu Provincial Government has suspended all classes from kindergarten to Grade 12 in the public schools in the entire province starting Friday, April 5, 2024, until further notice.Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia issued on Friday Memorandum 22-2024, suspending classes immediately due to the high heat index. She directed the Department of Education (DepEd) in Cebu Province and mayors under the Provincial Government to strictly enforce the memorandum.Garcia did not specify if only face-to-face classes were suspended.Before Garcia’s memo, some public schools in the province were encouraged to transition to online classes and revert to distance learning, following earlier declarations by mayors suspending face-to-face (F2F) classes due to hot weather.In a text message on Friday, April 5, DepEd Cebu Province superintendent Dr. Senen Priscilo Paulin told SunStar Cebu that they will abide by the governor’s directive in the interest of their learners and personnel.However, Paulin had yet to respond to SunStar Cebu’s inquiries about how DepEd plans to make up for missed classes to meet the required number of school days.SunStar Cebu tried to reach DepEd 7 Director Salustiano Jimenez regarding the affected school days, but he had yet to respond as of this writing.Mixed reactionsIn an online forum posted on SunStar Cebu’s Facebook page on Friday, netizens shared mixed reactions to the suspension of classes.Some netizens commented that the suspension could result in a longer school year, while others feared that students might just use their free time for outdoor activities and vacations.“Dili man cguro kinahanglan i-suspenso ang klase. Pwede man gud mag online or di kaha mag module lang sa mintras tanto. Para dili pud mabiya sa mga angay buluhaton sa skwelahan,” a netizen commented.(I don’t think it’s necessary to suspend classes. It’s possible to have online classes or just use modules in the meantime. This way, students won’t miss out on schoolwork that needs to be done.)In separate interviews, a student and some parents expressed preferrence to maintain their current class schedule and setup, arguing that class suspension could delay students’ academic progress.Josef Toquero, a senior high school student, disagrees with the implementation of a partial suspension of face-to-face classes, as he thinks this might affect their time and studies in school.“If I declare ni siya nga from 6 to 11 a.m., maka benefit sad mi ana, pero murag ma delay pud ang pagtudlo sa teacher sa students kay naa ra bay subject na sa hapon siya klasehan. Tapos mostly eight subjects ra ba tas dili maigo sa kana ra nga oras,” said Toquero.“For me, I don’t agree with the suspension, because the children will just be using their gadgets more,” said Junesya Yta, a parent of two school-aged children, in Cebuano. “If they are in school, at least someone is supervising them and they can dedicate more time to their classes.”Emma Canasa, another parent, said as long as her children’s classrooms are not crowded and are properly ventilated, suspension of classes is not required.Meanwhile, despite these reservations, a parent acknowledged the necessity of the measure.“For me, it’s better if the classes will be suspended. It’s best to extend the suspension to the whole day because of the heat. Because even if they will move the classes to 6 to 11 a.m., they will still experience the intense heat at noon,” Ma. Joji Mendajaol, a concerned citizen, said in Cebuano.Garcia’s order came after the declaration of 22 local government units (LGUs), 20 of them under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Government, that they would suspend F2F classes and modify the delivery mode of learning. These LGUs include the municipalities of Asturias, Badian, Balamban, Compostela, Consolacion, Cordova, Liloan, Medellin, Minglanilla, Poro, Ronda, San Fernando, San Remigio, Sibonga, Tabogon, Tabuelan, Tuburan, and the cities of Lapu-Lapu, Naga, Talisay, and Toledo.These LGUs have implemented alternative delivery modes of learning, such as shifting to online or modular printed modes, adjusting to half-day class hours, and adopting a blended learning approach, based on the locations of schools, considering internet connectivity.Mandaue City, which first implemented the blended learning approach, has altered it and mandated the suspension of face-to-face classes.The Cebu City Government, however, has granted school principals discretion in the suspension of classes. However, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama has proposed a shift to partial face-to-face classes from 6 to 11 a.m.Jimenez last Wednesday said LGUs can suspend face-to-face classes in times of calamities. He said public and private school administrators are authorized to transition to modular classes “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to high temperatures,” by DepEd Order 37 of 2022.Weather bureau Pagasa forecast a 38 degree Celsius heat index or apparent temperature in Cebu for Saturday, April 6. / EHP, with reports from Jay Adobo and Joshua Usigan / BIPSU Interns Where can I bet NBA games in the Philippines? FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas Osmeña has expressed willingness to run for vice mayor to support Councilor Nestor Archival if he should run for mayor in 2025.The pronouncement was made in a press conference held at the Casino Español on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024.Osmeña said he could no longer serve as mayor “realistically.”However, Osmeña said he could be of help as vice mayor, particularly in project management.“If I were to choose, I would choose Archival to be the mayor. He can be a good mayor... I will be his vice mayor,” Osmeña said.He said Archival would not be a good candidate, but he could be a good mayor.He noted that the approach should be what is good for Cebu City by looking at the obstacles that prevent the city from moving further.Given the fact that Archival could be a good mayor, Osmeña said he would make him a good candidate.Osmeña was mayor of Cebu City from 1989 to 1995, 2001 to 2010, and from 2016 to 2019.In the 2016 elections that Osmeña won, Archival was his running mate. Osmeña defeated Michael Rama in that race for mayor, while Edgardo Labella defeated Archival in the race for vice mayor.Deserve moreAsked for his views on other possible candidates for mayor, former Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Central Visayas director Yogi Filemon Ruiz, Metropolitan Cebu Water District chairman and former Cebu City councilor Jose Daluz III, and incumbent mayor Michael Rama, Osmeña described them as “kulang (lacking).”Osmeña said Cebu City residents should not settle for less, reiterating Archival is the best choice.“We deserve more than that. We have Archival,” Osmeña said.Osmeña remarked that Archival would not be a simple opponent, saying that Archival has always been a first councilor in the north district, meaning earning the highest number of votes.No problemIn a phone interview on Thursday, Archival said he had no problem running for mayor; however, the concern he had raised to Osmeña was on the finances for the campaign.Archival said he had asked Osmeña for more time to make a decision, saying that being a mayor is a “big job.”Regarding Mayor Rama’s offer to include Archival as part of his lineup of councilors for the 2025 midterm elections, Archival said he informed Rama that he would first consult with Bando Osmeña-Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK), with which he is politically affiliated.Asked about the projects he would prioritize if he became mayor, Archival said he would prioritize the basic needs of the constituents.He added that business and environmental concerns should also be addressed together, striking a balance between the two.As he awaits the filing of candidacy, Archival said he is currently consulting with residents and his family.BetterAsked what makes him a better candidate than the others, Archival said as both public and private person he is different from the others.As a public official, Archival said he is doing everything he can for the city despite not having a committee, which includes donating his whole salary as councilor of about P120,000 to P125,000 per month for scholarship programs.He added that his advocacy for the environment would also make the difference, saying that it is the main source of life. Without it, life will be more miserable.He is pushing for what he called “smart production” for food security, according to Archival.He said he already made a foundation two years ago that would assist the city in responding to cases of fire and other emergencies.Lastly, he works in a proactive direction, anticipating potential problems before they happen.Rama, Garcia reactWhen asked about Osmeña’s support for Archival’s candidacy during Cebu City Hall’s online program "Ingna'ng Mayor" on Thursday, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he would let them file their candidacy first, noting that anyone is a worthy opponent, even if it is Osmeña’s dog.Rama said he had set a deadline for Archival to make his decision regarding joining his lineup. The deadline was Feb. 24.“No more na,” Rama said, meaning Archival will no longer be included in his lineup.Earlier this month, Rama and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia announced that they would run for reelection as a tandem in the 2025 midterm elections. Rama also unveiled the legislators in their lineup, which included Archival for the north district.Asked to comment on Osmeña’s candidacy for vice mayor, Garcia said anyone can run for any elected position in a democratic country.Garcia, a first-term vice mayor, described Osmeña as a “legend” in the political arena, which makes him entitled to run.Garcia noted that if Osmeña pursues his plan, he could be a “worthy” and “formidable” opponent.Yet, Garcia emphasized that ultimately, it would be up to the people of Cebu City to decide.Potential rivalsRuiz announced his run for mayor last January, while Cebu City Hall reported that Daluz would run for mayor with former councilor and now Basak Pardo Barangay Captain David “Dave” Tumulak as his running mate.Daluz and Tumulak, however, told SunStar Cebu that they had yet to make a final decision on running.Tumulak ran unsuccessfully for mayor in the 2022 elections.

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FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas Osmeña has expressed willingness to run for vice mayor to support Councilor Nestor Archival if he should run for mayor in 2025.The pronouncement was made in a press conference held at the Casino Español on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024.Osmeña said he could no longer serve as mayor “realistically.”However, Osmeña said he could be of help as vice mayor, particularly in project management.“If I were to choose, I would choose Archival to be the mayor. He can be a good mayor... I will be his vice mayor,” Osmeña said.He said Archival would not be a good candidate, but he could be a good mayor.He noted that the approach should be what is good for Cebu City by looking at the obstacles that prevent the city from moving further.Given the fact that Archival could be a good mayor, Osmeña said he would make him a good candidate.Osmeña was mayor of Cebu City from 1989 to 1995, 2001 to 2010, and from 2016 to 2019.In the 2016 elections that Osmeña won, Archival was his running mate. Osmeña defeated Michael Rama in that race for mayor, while Edgardo Labella defeated Archival in the race for vice mayor.Deserve moreAsked for his views on other possible candidates for mayor, former Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Central Visayas director Yogi Filemon Ruiz, Metropolitan Cebu Water District chairman and former Cebu City councilor Jose Daluz III, and incumbent mayor Michael Rama, Osmeña described them as “kulang (lacking).”Osmeña said Cebu City residents should not settle for less, reiterating Archival is the best choice.“We deserve more than that. We have Archival,” Osmeña said.Osmeña remarked that Archival would not be a simple opponent, saying that Archival has always been a first councilor in the north district, meaning earning the highest number of votes.No problemIn a phone interview on Thursday, Archival said he had no problem running for mayor; however, the concern he had raised to Osmeña was on the finances for the campaign.Archival said he had asked Osmeña for more time to make a decision, saying that being a mayor is a “big job.”Regarding Mayor Rama’s offer to include Archival as part of his lineup of councilors for the 2025 midterm elections, Archival said he informed Rama that he would first consult with Bando Osmeña-Pundok Kauswagan (BOPK), with which he is politically affiliated.Asked about the projects he would prioritize if he became mayor, Archival said he would prioritize the basic needs of the constituents.He added that business and environmental concerns should also be addressed together, striking a balance between the two.As he awaits the filing of candidacy, Archival said he is currently consulting with residents and his family.BetterAsked what makes him a better candidate than the others, Archival said as both public and private person he is different from the others.As a public official, Archival said he is doing everything he can for the city despite not having a committee, which includes donating his whole salary as councilor of about P120,000 to P125,000 per month for scholarship programs.He added that his advocacy for the environment would also make the difference, saying that it is the main source of life. Without it, life will be more miserable.He is pushing for what he called “smart production” for food security, according to Archival.He said he already made a foundation two years ago that would assist the city in responding to cases of fire and other emergencies.Lastly, he works in a proactive direction, anticipating potential problems before they happen.Rama, Garcia reactWhen asked about Osmeña’s support for Archival’s candidacy during Cebu City Hall’s online program "Ingna'ng Mayor" on Thursday, Cebu City Mayor Michael Rama said he would let them file their candidacy first, noting that anyone is a worthy opponent, even if it is Osmeña’s dog.Rama said he had set a deadline for Archival to make his decision regarding joining his lineup. The deadline was Feb. 24.“No more na,” Rama said, meaning Archival will no longer be included in his lineup.Earlier this month, Rama and Vice Mayor Raymond Alvin Garcia announced that they would run for reelection as a tandem in the 2025 midterm elections. Rama also unveiled the legislators in their lineup, which included Archival for the north district.Asked to comment on Osmeña’s candidacy for vice mayor, Garcia said anyone can run for any elected position in a democratic country.Garcia, a first-term vice mayor, described Osmeña as a “legend” in the political arena, which makes him entitled to run.Garcia noted that if Osmeña pursues his plan, he could be a “worthy” and “formidable” opponent.Yet, Garcia emphasized that ultimately, it would be up to the people of Cebu City to decide.Potential rivalsRuiz announced his run for mayor last January, while Cebu City Hall reported that Daluz would run for mayor with former councilor and now Basak Pardo Barangay Captain David “Dave” Tumulak as his running mate.Daluz and Tumulak, however, told SunStar Cebu that they had yet to make a final decision on running.Tumulak ran unsuccessfully for mayor in the 2022 elections. Where can I bet NBA games in the Philippines? PRESIDENT Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. appointed on Monday, April 1, 2024, Major General Rommel Francisco Msarbil as the 30th chief of the Philippine National Police (PNP). Marcos announced Marbil’s appointment during the change of command ceremony held at Camp Crame in Quezon City, a day after the Presidential Communications Office (PCO) bared the designation of Lieutenant General Emmanuel Peralta as the officer-in-charge of the PNP. Marbil, who served as the officer-in-charge of the PNP-Directorate for Comptrollership prior to his appointment, will replace General Benjamin Acorda Jr., who reached the mandatory retirement age of 56 in December 2023. Marcos ordered the extension of service of Acorda until the end of March 2024. The newly appointed top cop was immediately promoted to the rank of four-star police general.Marbil, a member of the Philippine Military Academy (PMA) Sambisig class of 1991, will reach the mandatory retirement age for police personnel on February 7, 2025. In his speech, Marbil assured Marcos to work in line with his aspirations for the country.“Ang pangarap ko ay pangarap niyo rin. Matatag na ekonomiya, maayos na Lipunan, at maayos na kapulisan. Yan po ang unang kataga na sinabi ng ating Presidente during the inauguration. Ang masasabi ko po sa inyong excellency, sir matutupad po,” he said.(My dream is also your dream. A strong economy, a well-functioning society, and a disciplined police force. Those were the first words spoken by our President during the inauguration. What I can say to Your Excellency, sir, is that it will be fulfilled.)“I am truly grateful to our President, Ferdinand Marcos Jr., for the honor you bestowed upon me today. Thank you po, Sir, for entrusting me with the significant responsibility. Thank you for your trust and confidence in me to lead the PNP and I assure you that all dedicated members of the PNP stand ready to work tirelessly with you to drive real change towards achieving the collective vision of a Bagong Pilipinas,” he added.Improvenent in the PNPMarbil vowed to ensure that under his leadership there will be both continuity and improvement, that the PNP remains effective in its job while evolving to become a modern Filipino police force for a modern Filipino society.He said that under his leadership, the PNP will focus on three things: enhancing the quality of leadership, knowledge, and ability, as well as professionalism within the ranks; expanding its capacity to uphold the law, maintain order, and combat local and transnational crimes in all forms and manifestations; and striving to increase the public's trust in the national police agency.“To this end, we commit to utilizing the best and innovative practices in law enforcement… We will focus on increased community satisfaction in our work as a key benchmark of our progress. We will work on enhanced partnerships with the local community because safety and order ultimately require our collaborative efforts,” said Marbil.“I am therefore committed to ensuring that each and every member of the PNP, including future recruits, will be supported in developing, improving, and refining the skills that are needed in our line of work and for their career and progression as law enforcers,” he added.Marbil raised the need for police officers to possess critical-thinking and problem-solving skills to address the many unique situations that arise and to become catalysts for the changes.He said police officers should also be able to communicate with the public well, display empathy, and conduct themselves at all times responsibly, ethically, and morally. Marbil said he will also prioritize integrating the PNP with a secured, mobile artificial intelligence-driven and real-time smart policing program and information and communication technology development roadmap in its operations, including an active drive to recruit and train a new generation of police officers and support staff with technical expertise and specialized IT skills. “In closing, mahusay, matatag at maasahan na kapulisan (competent, resilient, and dependable police force). This is our promise and commitment to our country as we undertake the internal and external changes necessary to improve our services to you,” said Marbil.“Expect that your PNP will do its best to safeguard the community it serves because we understand how safety, peace and order are intrinsically connected to economic growth and progress. Itataguyod natin ang isang ligtas ng Bagong Pilipinas, ligtas na tahanan at ligtas na pamayanan (We will uphold a safe New Philippines, safe homes, and safe communities),” he added. (TPM/SunStar Philippines)

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She directed the Department of Education (DepEd) in Cebu Province and mayors under the Provincial Government to strictly enforce the memorandum.Garcia did not specify if only face-to-face classes were suspended.Before Garcia’s memo, some public schools in the province were encouraged to transition to online classes and revert to distance learning, following earlier declarations by mayors suspending face-to-face (F2F) classes due to hot weather.In a text message on Friday, April 5, DepEd Cebu Province superintendent Dr. Senen Priscilo Paulin told SunStar Cebu that they will abide by the governor’s directive in the interest of their learners and personnel.However, Paulin had yet to respond to SunStar Cebu’s inquiries about how DepEd plans to make up for missed classes to meet the required number of school days.SunStar Cebu tried to reach DepEd 7 Director Salustiano Jimenez regarding the affected school days, but he had yet to respond as of this writing.Mixed reactionsIn an online forum posted on SunStar Cebu’s Facebook page on Friday, netizens shared mixed reactions to the suspension of classes.Some netizens commented that the suspension could result in a longer school year, while others feared that students might just use their free time for outdoor activities and vacations.“Dili man cguro kinahanglan i-suspenso ang klase. 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Tapos mostly eight subjects ra ba tas dili maigo sa kana ra nga oras,” said Toquero.“For me, I don’t agree with the suspension, because the children will just be using their gadgets more,” said Junesya Yta, a parent of two school-aged children, in Cebuano. “If they are in school, at least someone is supervising them and they can dedicate more time to their classes.”Emma Canasa, another parent, said as long as her children’s classrooms are not crowded and are properly ventilated, suspension of classes is not required.Meanwhile, despite these reservations, a parent acknowledged the necessity of the measure.“For me, it’s better if the classes will be suspended. It’s best to extend the suspension to the whole day because of the heat. Because even if they will move the classes to 6 to 11 a.m., they will still experience the intense heat at noon,” Ma. Joji Mendajaol, a concerned citizen, said in Cebuano.Garcia’s order came after the declaration of 22 local government units (LGUs), 20 of them under the jurisdiction of the Provincial Government, that they would suspend F2F classes and modify the delivery mode of learning. 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He said public and private school administrators are authorized to transition to modular classes “in cases of unfavorable weather and environment, such as, but not limited to high temperatures,” by DepEd Order 37 of 2022.Weather bureau Pagasa forecast a 38 degree Celsius heat index or apparent temperature in Cebu for Saturday, April 6. / EHP, with reports from Jay Adobo and Joshua Usigan / BIPSU Interns licensed online casinos FORMER Cebu City mayor Tomas Osmeña has expressed willingness to run for vice mayor to support Councilor Nestor Archival if he should run for mayor in 2025.The pronouncement was made in a press conference held at the Casino Español on Thursday, Feb. 29, 2024.Osmeña said he could no longer serve as mayor “realistically.”However, Osmeña said he could be of help as vice mayor, particularly in project management.“If I were to choose, I would choose Archival to be the mayor. He can be a good mayor... I will be his vice mayor,” Osmeña said.He said Archival would not be a good candidate, but he could be a good mayor.He noted that the approach should be what is good for Cebu City by looking at the obstacles that prevent the city from moving further.Given the fact that Archival could be a good mayor, Osmeña said he would make him a good candidate.Osmeña was mayor of Cebu City from 1989 to 1995, 2001 to 2010, and from 2016 to 2019.In the 2016 elections that Osmeña won, Archival was his running mate. Osmeña defeated Michael Rama in that race for mayor, while Edgardo Labella defeated Archival in the race for vice mayor.Deserve moreAsked for his views on other possible candidates for mayor, former Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency Central Visayas director Yogi Filemon Ruiz, Metropolitan Cebu Water District chairman and former Cebu City councilor Jose Daluz III, and incumbent mayor Michael Rama, Osmeña described them as “kulang (lacking).”Osmeña said Cebu City residents should not settle for less, reiterating Archival is the best choice.“We deserve more than that. 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