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#WalangPasok: Class suspensions on Friday, July 20

/ 06:41 AM July 20, 2018

Classes were suspended Friday, July 20, in the following areas as local government units anticipate heavy rains due to the southwest monsoon enhanced by Tropical Storm “Inday”.

Metro Manila

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• City of Manila (all levels public and private)
• Caloocan City (all levels public and private)
• Las Piñas City (all levels public and private)
• Makati City (all levels public and private)
• Malabon City (all levels public and private)
• Mandaluyong City (all levels public and private)
• Marikina City (all levels public and private)
• Muntinlupa City (all levels public and private)
• Navotas City (all levels public and private)
• Parañaque City (all levels public and private)
• Pasay City (all levels public and private)
• Pasig City (all levels public and private)
• Pateros (all levels public and private)
• Quezon City (all levels public and private)
• San Juan City (all levels public and private)
• Taguig City (all levels public and private)
• Valenzuela City (all levels public and private)

Calabarzon
(all levels public and private)

  • Cavite
  • Rizal
    • Angono, Rizal
    • Antipolo, Rizal
    • Binangonan, Rizal
    • Cainta, Rizal
    • Cardona, Rizal
    • Jalajala, Rizal
    • Morong, Rizal
    • Rodrigez, Rizal
    • San Mateo, Rizal
    • Taytay, Rizal
    • Teresa, Rizal

Central Luzon

  • Bataan (all levels public and private)
  • Bulacan
    • Baliwag  (all levels public and private)
    • Malolos (all levels public and private)
    • Marilao (all levels public and private)
    • Meycauayan (all levels public and private)
    • San Ildefonso (all levels public and private)
    • San Jose del Monte (all levels public and private)
    • San Miguel (all levels public and private)
  • Nueva Ecija (all levels public and private)
  • Pampanga
    • Candaba (all levels public and private)
    • Guagua (all levels public and private)
    • Lubao (all levels public and private)
    • Masantol (all levels public and private)
    • Minalin (all levels public and private)
    • Porac (all levels public and private)
    • San Simon (all levels public and private)
    • Sasmuan (all levels public and private)
    • Sta. Ana (all levels public and private)
    • Sto. Tomas (all levels public and private)
    • Arayat (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Floridablanca (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Mexico (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Sta. Rita (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Macabebe (all levels in public schools in certain barangays)
  • Tarlac
    • Camiling (all levels public and private)
    • Concepcion (all levels public and private)
    • La Paz (all levels public and private)
      Paniqui (all levels public and private
  • Zambales
    • Iba (all levels public and private)
    • Masinloc (all levels public and private)
    • Cruz (all levels public and private)

Ilocos Region

  • Pangasinan
    • Agno (all levels public and private)
    • Aguilar (all levels public and private)
    • Anda (all levels public and private)
    • Asingan (all levels public and private)
    • Balungao (all levels public and private)
    • Basista (all levels public and private)
    • Bautista (all levels public and private)
    • Bayambang (all levels public and private)
    • Binalonan (all levels public and private)
    • Binmaley (all levels public and private)
    • Bolinao (all levels public and private)
    • Bugallon (all levels public and private)
    • Burgos (all levels public and private)
    • Calasiao (all levels public and private)
    • Dagupan City (all levels public and private)
    • Dasol (all levels public and private)
    • Infanta (all levels public and private)
    • Labrador (all levels public and private)
    • Laoac (all levels public and private)
    • Mabini (all levels public and private)
    • Malasiqui (all levels public and private)
    • Manaoag (all levels public and private)
    • Mangatarem (all levels public and private)
    • Mapandan (all levels public and private)
    • Natividad (all levels public and private)
    • Pozorrubio (all levels public and private)
    • Rosales (all levels public and private)
    • San Carlos (all levels public and private)
    • San Jacinto (all levels public and private)
    • San Nicolas (all levels public and private)
    • San Quintin (all levels public and private)
    • Sison (all levels public and private)
    • Sual (all levels public and private)
    • Tayug (all levels public and private)
    • Umingan (all levels public and private)
    • Urbiztondo (all levels public and private)
    • Urdaneta City (all levels public and private)
    • Villasis (all levels public and private)
    • Bani (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Lingayen (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Mangaldan (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • San Fabian (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • San Manuel (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
    • Sta. Barbara (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)
  • La Union
    • San Fernando (all levels public and private)
    • San Juan (all levels public and private)

Cordillera Administrative Region

  • Benguet
    • La Trinidad (all levels public and private)
    • Kibungan (pre-school to senior high school – public and private)

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