DepEd announces class suspensions in parts of NCR, Region 3

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MANILA, Philippines — As of 5 p.m. Thursday, classes in the following areas will remain suspended until Friday, August 10, according to the Department of Education:

Metro Manila

Marikina: pre-school to high school levels, both public and private, on orders of Mayor Del de Guzman

Caloocan: pre-school to high school levels, both public and private, on orders of Mayor Recom Echiverri

Quezon City: pre-school to high school levels, both public and private, on orders of Mayor Herbert Bautista

Valenzuela City:  all levels, both public and private, including Pamantasan ng Lungson ng Valenzuela and Valenzuela City Polytechnic College, on orders of Mayor Sherwin Gatchalian

Pasay City

Malabon

Navotas

Region 3

Malolos, Bulacan

Schools

Letran: Classes in all levels and office work remain suspended until Saturday; Regular classes will resume Monday, via @LetranOfficial on Twitter

University of Asia and the Pacific: Classes on Friday are suspended, will resume on Saturday; work resumes on Friday, via @uapasia on Twitter

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  • Simon Ward

    Wait for it … Malacanang could still toss this list in the round file and declare all schools in the NCR closed … just like it did last night.

    In the meantime, thanks to the DepEd for trying to limit the list to those schools which actually warrant being closed. It’s a huge improvement over the blanket closures of Gloria’s years.

  • Simon Ward

    4 p.m.: Mayor Bernabe has just added all schools in Paranaque to the list. Announced it on Facebook!

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