Monday, January 13, 2014

Yes, there is a class suspension today

Today, my son Charles was forced to skip school. It will be his first time as a regular student.

The culprit: asthma attack since Saturday.

I really wanted  my toddler to have at least a "Perfect Attendance" award this March but I won't risk his condition or I'll get some scolding from my wife. Well, I'm sure little Charlie will get a medal this year for academic excellence based on his grades and test results anyways.

So, I tried to Google if there is a chance that there will be a class suspension today. And alas! It was just declared "no classes" today because due to rains and floods triggered by the low pressure area (LPA).

Well, this is for you if you're studying in Mindanao.

The Philippine Information Agency (PIA) said classes have been suspended in all levels in Compostela Valley and Bayabas, Surigao del Sur.

The Department of Education (DepEd), meanwhile, said classes from preschool to high school have been suspended in Butuan City in Agusan del Norte (pulic and private), and Davao del Norte.
PAGASA confirmed a low pressure area was spotted in the vicinity of Surigao del Sur.

If you're child is not in anyway going to school in any of the identified area, he or she should be in school today.

So, thank you Google for at least making me ecstatic for a few seconds today.

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