This study aims to assess the teacher’s responses on the different learning modalities amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. This research applied the descriptive method. The subjects of this research are the teachers in selected public and private elementary schools of Agusan del Norte, Caraga Region, Philippines. The study revealed that teachers are adaptive and receptive to change in this new normal. They see themselves as facilitators of learning and ensure flexibility in dealing with student’s needs. Regarding learning modalities, most teachers opted for online teaching followed by blended teaching and modular teaching as the least preferred modality. The study results recommend that teachers be given ample time to enroll in short courses and sufficient training in all learning modalities. Aside from that, parents and other stakeholders must be oriented to the changes in the educational setting in this new normal. The learning materials produced in the new normal class (i.e., videos, modules, learning activity sheets) must be kept and improved for future use.