Back to school! Batangas Vice Gov. Mark Leviste joins his daughter on her return to university
Batangas Vice Gov. Mark Leviste’s daughter Arielle is ready to return to the classroom, and the supportive dad helped her move in to her dorm.
In a Facebook post, Leviste shared that he flew to Los Angeles to join Arielle as she settled in Pepperdine University, which has reopened its doors after a year-long lockdown.
He said he was confident that his daughter would be safe at the university, which follows health protocols and implements relevant measures.
All students, faculty and employees would be tested and monitored for COVID-19 regularly, he said.
This dad can rest easy that his daughter will be protected!
“Moving in and moving up. For the first time since the global lockdown in March 2020, most if not all schools in the US have resumed in-campus activities this month. So, I traveled to Los Angeles to attend to the needs of my daughter, Arielle who is an incoming Senior at Pepperdine University in Malibu, CA. After more than a year, she will finally move back to her campus residence and resume face to face classes. I am confident with the health protocols and safety measures of the university and the government; all students, faculty and employees will be tested and strictly monitored for COVID-19 on a regular basis. It’s important for me as a parent to see to it that she’ll be safe and well settled amidst the pandemic. Time flies really fast! Now, I have 2 graduating college students. Good luck on your last year in the Bu, Air!
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