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Netizens React To San Mateo SHS For Krusty Krab Announcement

WORKING AT THE KRUSTY KRAB? – Netizens from all over the Philippines react to a senior high school’s (SHS) allowable Facebook profile.

San Mateo Senior High School posted on their official Facebook account the guidelines for the upcoming online learning classes. Among the guidelines are accepted profile pictures, accepted names, and the acceptable bio in your profile.

Sadly, aspiring Bikini Bottom OFW’s need to remove the “Works at The Krusty Krab” tag on their profiles. Along with this, fan favorite workplaces such as “Edi Sa Puso Mo” is also not allowed.

Netizens React To SHS Not Allowing Students Working At "Krusty Krab"
Image from: San Mateo Senior High School

Naturally, as a school goes digital, the standards it set prior to online learning need to met. Thus, the school wanted its students to have a formal and presentable profile online.

According to some netizens, another reason for this is also to allow teachers to have an easier time navigating through a student’s profile. As online distancing classes start, some schools have opted for a system that utilizes social media platforms such as Facebook to pass requirements.

Here are some of the comments from netizens:

Netizens React To SHS Not Allowing Students Working At "Krusty Krab"
Netizens React To SHS Not Allowing Students Working At "Krusty Krab"

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