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Jan. 03, 19 | 2:41 pm

A teacher from Binalonan, Pangasinan returned to school ready to start his classes after two weeks of holiday vacation.

However, things didn’t go as he expected. Chito Grullo shared with GMA News that he was looking forward to meet his 32 students after the Christmas break but only one of his students showed up for class.

Grullo said he couldn’t help but laugh at the situation and take a selfie of him and his diligent student.

He commended the sole student who came to his class and even gave him extra credits for his efforts.

Grullo predicted that most of his students will most likely return on Monday, January 7, because they would like to make the most of their vacation.

He still left a message to his students saying that they should be ready for next week because vacations are over and it is now “back to reality”.

Story and photo credits: Chito Grullo via GMA News

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