Classes in Marikina City may resume by January, says mayor

MANILA, Philippines — Classes in Marikina City may resume by January next year with Mayor Marcelino Teodoro saying the month-long suspension of classes due to the deluge caused by Typhoon Ulysses may be extended.

In an interview with ABS-CBN News Channel on Tuesday, Teodoro said classes may resume by January since Christmas break will soon start by the time the month-long suspension of classes ends.

“There is a possibility but it might be moot because the month-long suspension when it will end, the Christmas break will commence at that period, so we are thinking of the possibility that classes will be resumed by January,” he said when asked if there is a chance that the suspe…

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