A blessed day to all of you! We hope that you are all doing well. May our prayer for everyone’s healing and protection come alive.
The past few months have been a rollercoaster ride for many of us, dealing with the pandemic and the consequent quarantines. Even today, we are still forced to stay at home while we resume our educational journey. We should congratulate ourselves for having reached this far during the very challenging time. However, the pandemic is not over yet. We must continue to be vigilant and exercises due caution to keep the virus at bay.
San Jose Academy has put in place a number of measures to manage our transition to Flexible Distance Learning Program for the School Year 2020-2021. Your health and safety are the primary considerations as we crafted our program to deliver the quality of education that you expect from San Jose Academy.
The SnJA FlexD LEAP is the Academy’s response to guarantee the continuity, not just of learning, but of delivering excellent quality Catholic education at the comfort of your own homes through the different learning modalities that we offer.
The first few weeks, months and quarters is a watershed time for all of us as we chart new educational territories. Education is a journey without end. When we wrap up this school year, we shall reflect as one community and evaluate so that this may serve a s a guide for the school to further improve our programs and service delivery. Our great and well-discerned efforts, planning and preparations may not turn out as how we imagined it to happen especially in this setup. Only through our mutual trust, collaboration and sincere and genuine love for education that we will make it perfect. As we say, “Together, we can!”
When the pandemic is over, we will transition into a new normal where we take the best of both worlds, the best of both in-person (Face to face) and online learning, in a new blended learning environment. We envision a better version of high-quality education, one that is accessible to more Josenians and to greater Filipinos.
Again, our warmest greetings of welcome to all Josenians! May we all have a fruitful school year! Hail San Jose!
With loving prayers,
Mr. Rafael Patrick M. Pecjo