Friday classes suspended in metro, affected provinces

/ 05:08 AM November 08, 2013

MTSAT ENHANCED-IR Satellite Image 4:30 a.m., 08 November 2013

MANILA, Philippines—Classes on Friday in some schools in Metro Manila and nearby provinces were canceled due to Supertyphoon “Yolanda” (international name: Haiyan):

Pasig City—all levels, both public and private schools


Valenzuela – preschool to highschool

Marikina -preschool to elementary

Navotas—all levels, both public and private schools

Malabon—preschool-high school, both public and private

Parañaque—all levels, both public and private schools

San Juan—all levels, both public and private schools

Pateros— all levels, both public and private schools

Cavite province—all levels, both public and private schools

Rizal province – preschool to college


Laguna – preschool to college

Metro Manila has been placed under storm Signal No. 2 as of 2 a.m. Thursday, which automatically suspends classes in the elementary and high school levels. Local government units and the schools have their discretion whether to suspend classes in other levels.

Other areas which canceled classes are the following:

Bacolod City (all levels)

Bacoor (all levels)

Batangas (all levels)

Baybay, Leyte (all levels)

Biliran (all levels, until further notice)

Bohol (all levels)

Borogan City, Samar (all levels)

Butuan City (all levels)

Camarines Sur (all levels)

Cebu Province (all levels)

Compostela Valley (all levels)

Daet, Camarines Norte (all levels)

Dumaguete City (all levels)

Eastern Samar (all levels)

Imus, Cavite (all levels)

Kawit, Cavite (all levels)

Lapu-Lapu City (all levels)

Mandaue City (all levels)

Mendez, Cavite (preschool to high school)

Muntinlupa City (all levels)

Negros Oriental (all levels)

Quezon Province (all levels)

Sorsogon City (all levels)

Southern Leyte (all levels)

Surigao del Norte (all levels)

Tagaytay City (all levels)

Tagum City (all levels)

As of 2 a.m. Thursday, 17 areas in the Visayan region have been placed under Signal No. 4.

Originally posted at 11:10 pm |Thursday, November 7, 2013 


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