The schools were closed from October 19 to 21, 2015, Septia Rianty, a senior high school teacher, stated here, Monday.
The students have been given homework, so they could study at home, she added.
"Teachers are actually highly concerned as the learning process of the students has been disrupted frequently due to the haze from forest fires," she affirmed.
She hoped the government would take stern action, so that such a disaster would not recur in the coming years.
Previously, the capital of Central Kalimantan had closed schools on September 10-16, on September 25-October 6, and yet again on October 16-17 due to the haze.
Head of the Palangka Raya education office Norma Hikmah remarked that the decision to close the schools was taken to prevent students from falling ill due to the air pollution.(*)