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Walang pasok: Areas, schools suspend Friday, Aug 10 classes

August 9, 2012 4:48pm
Metro Manila sky finally shows some blue
Metro Manila sky finally shows some blue. After days of flood and rain, urban dwellers see some hope in the heavens Thursday afternoon. State weather forecasters said the monsoon that brought the heavy rain has weakened after a tropical cyclone enhancing the monsoon made landfall over China Wednesday. GMA News
Though weather conditions in and around Metro Manila may have improved, some areas remain flooded prompting local government units to suspend Friday, August 10 classes.
 
Based on announcements from local officials and school authorities as of Thursday, 11:35 p.m., classes were suspended in the following areas:
 
NCR:
Makati - pre-school to high school, public and private
Mandaluyong - pre-school to high school, public and private
Manila - pre-school to college
Marikina – kindergarten to high school
Muntinlupa - all levels
Navotas – all levels, public and private
Paranaque - all levels, public and private
Pasay – kindergarten to high school
Pasig - all levels, public and private
Pateros – all levels
Quezon City – all levels
San Juan - all levels, public and private
Taguig - all levels, public and private
Valenzuela – kindergarten to high school
 
Region 4A:
Laguna - all levels
Cainta, Rizal - kindergarten to high school
Jalajala, Rizal - pre-school to high school, public and private
Montalban, Rizal - kindergarten to high school
Rodriguez, Rizal - all levels
Tanay, Rizal - pre-school to high school, public and private
Taytay, Rizal - kindergarten to high schools

Region 3:
Malolos, Bulacan - kindergarten to high school
Pampanga - all levels
Balagtas, Bulacan - all levels
Calumpit, Bulacan - all levels
Hagonoy, Bulacan - all levels
Paombong, Bulacan - all levels
Plaridel, Bulacan - pre-school to high school
Pulilan, Bulacan - all levels
San Ildefonso, Bulacan - all levels
San Jose del Monte, Bulacan - all levels

Region 1:
Pangasinan - all levels and work in government offices
 
Schools:
Adamson University - regular classes resume Monday, August 13

Ateneo de Manila - classes remain suspended in the AGS, AHS, LS, ASMPH, AGSB, and ASOG

Centro Escolar University - all campuses

Colegio de San Juan de Letran – Manila campus; office work as well; regular classes resume Monday, August 13

De La Salle University - Taft, Makati Extension, and Ortigas Extension, classes will resume August 13

Far Eastern University - Manila, FEU-EAC, Makati, Cavite, and Diliman campuses

Malabon City University

Malabon Polytechnic Institute

Miriam College - classes will resume on August 11

Philippine College of Criminology - suspended until August 11

Philippine Normal University - Manila campus, all levels; office work not suspended

Polytechnic University of the Philippines- all Metro Manila campuses

San Beda College of Arts and Sciences – classes resume Monday, August 13

University of Santo Tomas - classes will resume August 13

University of the East - Manila and Caloocan campuses, all levels

University of the Philippines Integrated School - classes will resume August 13

Classes resume

However, some schools and a local government unit have deemed the weather to be good enough to resume classes. They have, for clarity's sake, made their intentions known through announcements. They are:

NCR:
Las Piñas – all levels, public and private
 
Schools:
Ateneo Law School
University of the Philippines, Manila
University of the Philippines, Los Baños
St. Scholastica’s College, Manila

— DVM, GMA News
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