Flooding Conditions Prompt Suspension of In-Person Classes in Orange Walk District

Flooding Conditions Prompt Suspension of In-Person Classes in Orange Walk District

Rain continues in northern Belize, and flooding conditions take a toll on residents. Today, the ministry of Education, Culture Science and technology announced the suspension of in-person classes for all levels in the Orange Walk District due to the weather conditions. Schools were not the only ones affected by the weather conditions, residents of Slaughter Road, mainly the Campus family, are affected by high water levels. Arturo Campus spoke to Love News about a job done by the Town Council in the area that was “started and never finished”. 

According to the National Meteorological Service of Belize, Tower Hill will experience approximately 4-12 inches of rainfall for the month of November.

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