Classes suspended in Metro Manila, other affected areas due to tropical storm ‘Labuyo’

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MANILA, Philippines—Classes are suspended Monday in the following areas due to Tropical Storm “Labuyo”:

Metro Manila

•   Manila: All levels, public and private schools
•   Makati: Preschool to high school, public and private schools
•   Mandaluyong: Preschool to high school, public and private schools

•   Taguig City: Preschool to elementary, public schools only

•   Pasig : Preschool to elementary, public and private schools
•   Valenzuela(Wawang Pulo, Balangkas, Pariancillo Villa, Palasan, Arkong Bato, Polo,    Poblacion, Tagalag, Bisig, Isla,  Rincon, Pasolo, Mabolo, Malanday, Dalandanan, Coloong, Malinta): Preschool to elementary, public and private schools

•   Las Piñas: Preschool to high school, public and private schools

•   Malabon City: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   Marikina: Preschool to high school, private and public

•   Muntinlupa: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   Navotas: Preschool to high school, public schools

•   Parañaque City: Pre-school to high school, public and private

•   Pasay: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   Pasig: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   Pateros: Preschool to college, public and private

•   Quezon City: Preschool to college, public and private

•   San Juan: Preschool to college, public at private

•   Caloocan: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   UP Diliman: High school to college

•   UP Manila: All levels as well as offices

•   New Era College, Quezon City

  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Manila, San Juan, Taguig, Paranaque, Quezon City)
  • University of Santo Tomas: all levels, offices
  • UE Manila and UE Caloocan: Preschool to high school
  • Ateneo de Manila University: all levels, offices
  • Adamson: elementary to high school
  • Miriam College: all levels, offices
  • UP Diliman: all levels
  • Philippine Women’s University: all levels and offices in PWU Manila, PWU HS and JASMS
  • San Sebastian College: preschool and elementary
  • St. Paul University QC: all levels
  • UP Manila: offices, all classes
  • DLSU: all levels at all campuses, offices
  • Manila Tytana Colleges: all classes and offices

Outside Metro Manila

•   Tanay, Angono and Cainta, Rizal : Preschool to elementary, public and private schools

•   Tagaytay: Preschool to elementary, public and private schools
•   Bulacan: Preschool to elementary, public and private schools
•   Abra: Preschool to elementary, public and private schools
•   Batangas: Preschool to elementary, public and private schools

•   Cavite Province: Preschool to college

•   Laguna: Preschool to college

•   Obando, Bulacan: Preschool to college

•   San Mateo, Rizal: Preschool to college, public and private

•   Antipolo City: Preschool to high school

•   Angeles city: Preschool to high school

•   Dagupan city: Preschool to high school, public and private

•   Tanay, Angono and Cainta, Rizal : Preschool to elementary, public and private schools

Under Executive Order No. 66 issued by President Benigno Aquino in 2012, suspensions of classes are automatic in areas under storm signal.

Signal No. 1: No classes in Kindergarten

Signal No. 2: No classes in elementary and high school

Signal No. 3: No classes in all levels including tertiary level. Frances Mangosing, Inquirer.net

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Originally posted: 8:08 pm | Sunday, August 11th, 2013

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