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No Classes in Quezon City on Monday, July 25, 2011 - DepEd

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The Department of Education (DepEd) announced earlier today that there will be no classes on all levels (from Kinder to Highschool level) on Monday, July 25, 2011 due to the State of the Nation Address (SONA) of President Benigno "Noynoy" Aquino.

For tertiary/college level though, the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) is yet to make an announcement.

There will also be a traffic rerouting in the Commonwealth area affected by the President's second SONA.

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  1. sama niyo na kaming mga college!!

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  2. college din! 1 day rest day after exams :)

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  3. grabe naman kayo, tuwing signal no. 2 nyo na nga lang kami hindi pinapapasok, hanggang ngayun ba naman. ang tingin nyo kac samen, waterproof. Kahit ngayon lng. gusto rin naman namin malaman balak ni pangulong aquino para sa bansa.

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  4. Sa quezon lang? :(

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  5. sa q.c lang po ba? pano ung ibang regions .. ang mga kabataan ay dapat malaman din ang mga plano ng pangulo para sa bansa dahil kaming mga kabataan ang magdadala sa ating bansa. dapat nga walang pasok para ma-update din kami!

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  6. MAKE IT CLEAR,, SANA WALA NA KAMI PASOK .. COLLEGE STUDENTS ALSO NEEDS REST DAY WITH PURPOSE,, TO KNOW HIS PLANS FOR OUR COUNTRY.....

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  7. Check out the list of college schools who suspended their classes tomorrow http://www.gmanews.tv/story/227260/nation/classes-suspended-in-23-colleges-in-qc-for-sona-day

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  8. sama nyo sa college! nakatira lang ako sa may batasan. at ang traffic dun!

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  9. Dapat wala din pasok ang mga High School Students. Hindi namin mapapanood 'yung SONA bukas ni President Aquino, tapos magpapagawa ng reaction paper!? Unfair!

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  10. y quezon city only...we are also citizens of the philippines who are willing to watch/hear what he is going to say tomorrow...

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  11. yeah please include college level, it is so hard to study and work at the same time. it would be very helpful for us at least we can rest tomorrow if classes will be canceled.

    (even if classes are to be canceled i will still work zzzz T_T)

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  12. dpat sama ang college sa wlng pasok di kmi c superman amf nmn nid to have sum break after a test!

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  13. para wlang away lahat wla pasok

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