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MANILA, Philippines—Classes were suspended in several areas in Metro Manila due to inclement weather, respective local officials and schools announced.

Manila: Classes in city-owned schools on all levels including Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila and the Unibersidad de Manila (formerly City College of Manila).

Classes in other schools will be at the discretion of school administrators.

Quezon City: Pre-school to High School both public and private have been suspended.

Paranaque: All levels both public and private are suspended.

Pasay City: Pre-School to High School both private and public.

Taytay Rizal, Pre-school to Elementary both public and private.

Per School Advisory:

Lyceum of the Philippines

Polytechnic University of the Philippines-Sta. Mesa

Arellano University

St. Scholastica’s College, Manila,

San Beda College from 12pm onwards.

University of Santo Tomas (all levels)

Adamson University (both work and classes)

Letran Manila, basic education from 2pm onwards

St. Paul College

San Sebastian College Recoletos, Manila

San Sebastian College of Law

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  • buttones

    “Inclement weather?” You mean it’s raining ? OMG! Whatever next…..

    • ARIKUTIK

      The new environment rule is to instantly suspend classes at the slightiest hint of water drizzle. Just to save the palace Abnoy from criticism of water drench teachers. The reputation of an Abnoy had become more important than childrens education. Nagbago na ang Pilipinas naging Bansang Noynoying.

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