Written by Jay-ar M. Arante
The Boracay National High School (BNHS) is waiting for of its classrooms, which continue to be inundated by floodwater, to be renovated.
According to BNHS Principal II, Jose Niro Nillasaca, the Local Government of Malay already has a fund to finally put solution to the problem.
Currently, water still enters the school specially that its location is low.
Nillasca said that the siphoning machine sent by Balabag Village Captain, Lilibeth Sacapano to remove flood water, has helped.
Nillasca added that an inspection had been conducted by the Engineering Office of Malay to determine what needs to be done for the classrooms of the school.
He further added that there is a plan to raise the flooring of the classrooms so that at least water will not get in.
He also expressed gratitude because at least the street to Bolabog, which is usually flooded and affects their classroom, had been fixed.
Meanwhile, the school continuous to hope that solution will finally be made so that classes will already return to normal at BNHS.
Translated/Edited by: Rodel J. Abalus