Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Schools in Malay and Boracay, watchful with weather condition

The schools in Malay and Boracay are now watchful to ensure the safety of its students and pupils.

This is after PAGASA raised a storm signal number 1 on Aklan due to typhoon “Pablo.”

According to the office of DepEd-Malay, if the storm signal will be raised to 2, they will be implementing the DepEd order which states the automatic cancelation of classes if the storm warning reaches signal no. 2.

Aside from the weather condition, the teachers are also taking into consideration the situation of the area if it could be risky for the students, another reason for them to cancel classes.

However, DepEd Malay clarified that classes in the whole municipality including the island of Boracay is still ongoing.

It was also learned that the head of Balabag Elementary School also said that if the weather will get any worse, they could possibly cancel the classes at any time.

For the time being, the teachers are monitoring the radio and televisions to get updates of the weather conditions where they will be basing the cancelation of classes.

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