CANDON CITY. After two days of suspended classes, Saint Joseph Institute of resumes its regular classes beginning today.
Because AH1N1 scare and as preventive measure of the school when one of its student turned positive, the school administration halted its classes last July 17 and 20, 2009.
When they resume this day, a digital temperature scanner was done to students to monitor the students and pupils if they sick or not.
During interview with Dr. Manuel Cadacio, the school physician,he said they will continue to check each students, and if they have 37.5 or higher temperature, they will be advised to stay at home.
According to some parents, though they have some fear on the AH1N1 but they are contented the way the school monitor the children.