The Public School System is working on an online registration system for returning and new students to abide by COVID-19 social distancing measures.
There is no launch date yet, but PSS assures parents and guardians that PSS has been working tirelessly to get the registration site up as soon as possible.
PSS is encouraging parents and guardians of returning and new students to prepare documents beforehand to make the registration swift and easy.
PSS will require parent or guardian email addresses, a valid health certificate of the student, a map of the family residence, valid photo IDs of parents and guardians, and other required documents.
Parents and guardians may look up additional registration requirements on the PSS official Facebook page.
According to Education Commissioner Dr. Alfred Ada, classes are set to resume on Aug. 31, much earlier than the originally projected September opening.
Initially, Ada was unsure about a September opening, saying that a September opening was tentative. However, due to the current community vulnerability level being at Level Blue, PSS is now looking at an earlier start on Aug. 31.
PSS aims to resume classes on Aug. 31 and is looking at a mix between virtual and in-class instruction to deal with the social distancing measures in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.