All public schools in the country started classes on Monday.
Eda Ranu General Manager, Commercial Services, Paul Gore told Loop PNG that the timing on water cuts to each part of the city is enough.
“Most of the suburbs are receiving 18 hours of water meaning schools will have enough water during school hours.
He advised schools to follow Eda Ranu’s water rationing schedule to avoid sending students home.
“In a situation where we have to restrict water in a day, the school has no choice but to cut short teaching hours”