ROSEBURG -- reopened to staff and some students Monday, as Roseburg prepares for classes to resume next week -- and for funerals and this week.
Although a meeting of UDMF leaders on Thursday decided to intensify their protests, it also took a decision to let schools and colleges resume their classes as well as allow the movement of cargo vehicles carrying medicines.
PM urge Medfac students to resume classes
KLA students resume classes today, Thursday, Nov. 5, at Yuut Elitnaurviat, also known as The Peoples’ Learning Center. There will also be classes held at the UAF- Kuskokwim Campus.
National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), other human rights organizations and organizations of private schools and colleges had been continuously urging the agitating parties to restore an environment for resuming classes in schools and colleges in the protest-affected areas. “The closure of schools in the protest-hit areas for a long period could give rise to a situation where students from those districts would lag in every competition behind students from districts where schooling has been more regular,” NHRC had said in its monitoring report published on November 2.If Cook remains at large overnight, school officials will decide early Tuesday whether to resume classes or call off school for another day, the superintendent said.