Parents Perspective on The Face-To-Face Schooling of Elementary Learners in Wesleyan University-Philippines


  • Sheila Kristine J. de Guzman
  • Harvey B. Danan
  • John Khervin M. Pacho
  • Hilda W. Santos
  • Galilee A. Villar
  • Salvador A. Loria Jr.
  • Joefil C. Jocson


Safety Protocol, Safety Protocol and guidelines of Covid-19, Face-to-face safety, Wesleyan University – Philippines.


The study aims to determine the safety of the learners of elementary department at Wesleyan University – Philippines against the SARS-CoV-2, also phenomenally known as Covid-19 virus. The researchers used a frequency distribution method which is a tabular representation of survey data based on the IATF, WHO and DOH guidelines on the health and safety protocol guidelines for conducting face-to-face schooling. Respondents of the study were all parents and guardians of learners who are studying at Wesleyan University located at Mabini Street Extension, Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija, Philippines. The results show that majority of the respondents have agreed and/or strongly agreed that the school premises and administration are following prescribed Covid-19 protocols. The results also show that some of the parents (relatively a small portion of the population) are expecting for a more enhanced protocols to be used by the school. Conclusively, the survey shows that the school has been following the guidelines and protocol leading to the safety of learners, and the perception of safety of the parents.


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Sheila Kristine J. de Guzman, Harvey B. Danan, John Khervin M. Pacho, Hilda W. Santos, Galilee A. Villar, Salvador A. Loria Jr., & Joefil C. Jocson. (2022). Parents Perspective on The Face-To-Face Schooling of Elementary Learners in Wesleyan University-Philippines. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 3(12), 121–126. Retrieved from




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