Sunday, July 29, 2012

Class Suspension as of July 30, 2012

Posted on 07/29/2012 10:41 PM | Updated 07/30/2012 8:09 AM

MANILA, Philippines (UPDATED 7 a.m.) - Classes have been suspended Monday, July 30, by local government units and several universities and colleges due to inclement weather brought by the effects of tropical storm Gener (international codename Saola) and the Southwest Monsoon, which has caused flashfloods and cutting electricity since Sunday.

Based on information from the National Risk Reduction Management Council (NDRRMC), the Department of Education (DepEd), and local government units in Metro Manila, classes in the following cities have been cancelled:
San Juan (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Quezon City (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Navotas (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Manila (Pre-school to High School) 
Pasay (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Malabon (Malabon Elementary School and Malabon High School) 
Mandaluyong (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Pasig (All Levels) 
Makati (All Levels) 
Marikina (Pre-school to High School) 
Muntinlupa (All levels) 
Taguig (Preperatory to High School, Public and Private) 
Valenzuela City (Kinder to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Parañaque (All Levels) 
Caloocan City 
Las Piñas City 

Monday classes in the following areas outside Metro Manila were also suspended: 

Laguna (all levels) 
Nueva Ecija (all levels) 
Malolos City, Bulacan (preschool to high school) 
Bulacan, Bulacan 
Marilao, Bulacan (preschool to elementary) 
Obando, Bulacan (all levels) 
Meycauayan, Bulacan 
Antipolo City, Rizal (all levels) 
Montalban, Rizal 
Angono, Rizal 
Teresa, Rizal 
Morong, Rizal 
Montalban, Rizal (all levels) 
Tanay, Rizal 
Cainta, Rizal (all levels) 
Taytay, Rizal 
Rodriguez, Rizal (all levels) 
Dasmariñas, Cavite (Pre-school to High School, Private and Public Schools) 
Bacoor City, Cavite (Pre-school to Elementary) 
Carmona, Cavite 
Magallanes, Cavite (all levels) 
Kawit, Cavite 
Naic, Cavite (all levels) 
Rosario, Cavite (Pre-school to High School) 
Balayan, Taal, Lian, San Pascual, and Balete, Batangas (preschool to high school) 
Talisay, Batangas (preschool to elementary) 
Tuy, Batangas (all levels) 

Meanwhile, the following tertiary institutions have suspended classes: 

University of Santo Tomas (all levels) 
Colegio de San Juan de Letran (all levels) 
Far Eastern University (all levels) 
University of Asia and the Pacific (work also suspended) 
Taguig City University 
Polytechnic University of the Philippines campuses in Metro Manila (work also suspended) 
St Paul University, Quezon City 
Philippine School of Business Administration, Manila 
Technological Institute of the Philippines 
De La Salle University Taft, Makati, Ortigas, and Dasmariñas campuses 
National University 
City College of Manila 
Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila 
DLSU-College of Saint Benilde (work also suspended) 
University of the East Manila and Caloocan campuses 
Centro Escolar University (all campuses) 
San Sebastian College - Recoletos 
Our Lady of Fatima University 
University of the Philippines Manila 
St Scholastica's College Manila 
Arellano University (all campuses) 
Lyceum of the Philippines, Manila and Cavite campuses 
Rizal Technological University 
Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology 
STI College (Recto, Novaliches) 
University of the Philippines Diliman (8am to 1pm; classes resume 1pm) 
University of the Philippines Los Baños 
University of Perpetual Help in Las Piñas, Molino, and Calamba 
St Mary's College (work also suspended) 
San Beda College (Manila, Rizal campuses) 
Miriam College 
FTI College Marikina 
Arellano University 
Asia Paciic College 
New Era University 

Rain poured continuously since Sunday, July 29, as tropical storm Gener (international codename Saola) intensified. 'Gener' has a 600 km radius and is bringing heavy to intense rainfall in northeast parts of the country.

Weather bureau PAGASA said there is no storm signal in Metro Manila.

In the absence of typhoon signal warnings, the government guidelines require that localized suspension of classes or office work be made "not later than 4:30 a.m. of the day of the intended cancellation, or "not later than 11:00 a.m." for suspension of work and classes in the afternoon session. -

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