By Marc Jayson Cayabyab
MANILA, Philippines – While many colleges and universities in Metro Manila canceled classes for Saturday, September 20, the University of the Philippines Diliman initially wanted its classes to resume as Tropical Storm “Mario” veers away from the country. The state university’s Facebook post quoted Chancellor Michael Tan as saying classes will resume because tropical storm […]
By Doris C. Bongcac
Classes in elementary and secondary schools in Cebu city and province were suspended on Thursday morning after floods hit several areas of Cebu due to incessant rains spawned by Tropical Storm “Mario” that started late Wednesday night.
Classes in all levels are suspended Tuesday in five villages in Obando, Bulacan, due to high tide, the provincial disaster agency said Monday night.
Following are cities and towns that have announced suspension of classes Friday due to Supertyphoon “Yolanda”:
Manila Mayor Joseph Estrada on Friday signed Executive Order 31 suspending classes in all school levels in the city on Monday, Oct. 14. The suspension was in view of the FYM (Felix Y. Manalo) Foundation’s Lingap sa Mamamayan Project.