Representatives from the DepEd’s Division Review & Evaluation Committee inspected the campus of the Salcedo National High School today, August 14, 2020 for approval of the Senior High School Program.
The Committee guests, headed by the Assistant School Division Superintendent, Rey Bulawan, examined the facilities of the school which was partially damaged due to Typhoon Ursula which hit the province late last year.
Despite the assessment being conducted before this year’s class opening, the Senior High School Program will only be offered next year if the assessment is approved.
The school will be offering the STEMS (Science and Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) and TVL (Technical Vocational Livelihood) tracks once its Senior High School Program becomes available.
The school currently has 477 enrolees for this Academic Year and will conform to the modular form of learning once classes begin.