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No classes Monday in some schools

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MANILA, Philippines—Classes were suspended in some schools in Metro Manila  and provinces in Luzon on Monday by their respective local government units due to rains spawned by the southwest monsoon enhanced by tropical storm “Maring” (international name: Trami).

Classes are suspended in the following areas and schools:

METRO MANILA

Manila: All levels (public and private)

Caloocan: All levels (public and private)

Makati: All levels (public and private)

Mandaluyong: Elementary to high school (public and private)

Pateros: All levels (public and private)

Pasay: Preschool to high school levels (public and private)

Parañaque: All levels (public and private)

Marikina: All levels (public and private)

San Juan City: All levels (public and private)

Muntinlupa: All levels (public and private)

Valenzuela: preschool to high school (public and private)

Taguig: All Day Care,Elementary and High School classes ( public and private schools)

Navotas City: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Pasig City: All levels (public and private)

Malabon: all levels (public and private)

Las Piñas: Preschool to high school (public and private)

St. Scholastica’s Manila: All levels and offices

La Salle Greenhills: high school

UE Manila and Caloocan: Preschool to high school

UP Manila: college and offices

UST: All levels and offices

St. Paul University Manila: 

Sta. Isabel College: All levels

Malabon: all levels, public and private

Woodrose, Alabang

Aguinaldo International School, Ermita: All levels

Jose Rizal University: All levels

De La Salle University and College of St. Benilde: college students and offices

San Sebastian College: College of Law and Graduate School

DLSU campuses

PUP Metro Manila campuses

Lyceum of the Philippines

University Manila

Xavier School

PROVINCES

Angeles, Pampanga: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Antipolo: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Cavite: All levels (public and private)

Bacoor City, Cavite: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Cainta, Rizal: All levels (public and private), according to Mayor Keith Nieto

Bataan: All levels (public and private)

Dagupan City: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Bocaue, Bulacan: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Meycauayan, Bulacan: Barangays of Bayugo, Gazak, Longos, Calvarion, Zamora, Saluysoy

and Pandayan only (preschool to high school)

Obando, Bulacan: all levels (public and private)

San Jose del Monte City, Bulacan: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Letran Bataan: all levels

Santa Rosa, Laguna: elementary to high school (public and private)

Hagonoy, Bulacan: All levels (private and public)

Xavier School Nuvali: all levels

Bataan: all levels, public and private

Malolos, Bulacan: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Marilao, Bulacan: Preschool to college (public and private)

Olongapo City, Zambales: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Subic, Zambales: All levels (public and private)

Benguet: All levels (public and private)

Morong, Rizal: Preschool to high school (public and private)

Rodriguez, Rizal: All levels (public and private)

Montalban, Rizal: All levels (public and private)

Jalajala, Rizal: All levels (public and private)

San Mateo, Rizal: All levels (public and private)

Taytay, Rizal: All levels (public and private)

University of Baguio: all levels

Laguna: All levels (public and private)

UP Los Baños

Meanwhile, there are no classes in Quezon City as it is on a special non-working holiday on Monday to commemorate the birth anniversary of President Manuel Quezon.

Originally posted: 8:16 pm | Sunday, August 18th, 2013


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