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Some Catholic schools open Wednesday

Posted: Sep 11, 2018 5:38 PM +10:00 Updated:

 

The Office of the Superintendent of Catholic Education announces the following update on resumption of classes in the aftermath of Typhoon Mangkhut as of 5:45 p.m.:

 

These schools have confirmed that they will resume classes on Wed., Sept. 12:

 

  1. Father Duenas Memorial School, Tai Mangilao
  2. Academy of Our Lady of Guam, Hagatna
  3. Santa Barbara Catholic School, Dededo
  4. Mercy Heights Catholic Nursery & Kindergarten, Tamuning
  5. Infant of Prague Catholic Nursery & Kindergarten, Tai Mangilao
  6. Mount Carmel School, Agat

 

These schools lack power and will only reopen Wed., Sept. 12 if power resumes. Parents/guardians please monitor the media for updates:

 

  1. St. Francis Catholic School, Yona
  2. Bishop Baumgartner Memorial School, Sinajana
  3. Dominican Child Development Center, Ordot

 

These schools are experiencing low to no water pressure and no power and expect to resume classes on Thurs., Sept. 13.  Please monitor the media for updates.

 

  1. San Vicente Catholic School, Barrigada
  2. Notre Dame High School, Talofofo

 

Information on the following schools is still pending:

  1. St. Anthony Catholic School, Tamuning
  2. Dominican Catholic School, Yigo
  3. Maria Artero Catholic Pre-school & Kinder

 

The archdiocese will update parents and families of affected students through the media as soon as new information is received. Tony Diaz, Director of Communications, 562-0065, tony.diaz@archagana.org

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