Poor attendance at Vision School


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  • Friday, 12 Aug 2005

SUBANG JAYA: As the Air Pollutant Index readings continued to rise, attendance dwindled at the country’s first Vision School as parents scrambled to get their children home. 

SK Datuk Onn Jaafar, SJK (C) Tun Tan Cheng Lock and SJK (T) Tun Sambanthan which form the Vision School complex in USJ 15 was almost deserted as most parents kept their children at home while others picked them up from school as early as 9am. 

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