18 May West City Central enforces shifting of classes due to lack of classrooms
It was an afternoon of April 14, 2017 when a fire hits one of West City Central School building causing the school to lose about P1.5M million worth of 10 classrooms, school documents, tables, chairs, and books.
With the incident, West City Central School will have to enforce an emergency shifting of classes to accommodate students for the upcoming school year.
In an article from SUNSTAR, the school will have to give their students half day classes which are (1) 6am – 12nn class and (2) 1pm – 6pm class. It is estimated that the school will have more than 6,000 enrollees this year and with the lack of facility they could not accommodate all these students.
As of today, there are still no signals from the authorities whether to demolish or repair the damaged building, which is temporarily closed and inaccessible to anyone.
Meanwhile, there are still no reasons as to what have caused the fire incident.