Saturday, September 8, 2012

Although flooded, classes at Boracay National High School, not affected: Principal

Despite being flooded with water from the lake, drainage, and rain, the classes at Boracay National High School in Balabag are not affected.

This is what School Principal, Almarie Vallejo had said during an interview last Thursday.

Vallejo also said that their classes is on a ‘shifting’ and they have enough classrooms for the students.

Aside from the water surrounding the school, they have no other problems as the Local Government of Malay is there to assist them.

With regards to flooding, the Boracay Island Water Company (BIWC) is also helping them by suctioning the flood water.

The Principal clarified that they have been experiencing this problem for quite a long time and this is because of the school’s location, which is a low area.

This present dilemma is being aggravated with drainage problems, thus the flooding of the school grounds.

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