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Class Suspension for July 30, 2012 (Monday)


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Skyline of the City of Manila, seen from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
UPDATE: Class suspension for July 31, 2012 (Tuesday)

Tropical storm Gener has brought a lot of rain in Metro Manila and Central Luzon. And because of the bad weather condition today which is expected to continue until tomorrow, some of the affected local government units (LGUs) have already declared suspension of classes. Here's the summary:

Quezon City - up to High School level, both private and public
San Juan - up to High School level, both private and public
Manila - up to High School level, both private and public
Navotas City - up to High School level, both private and public
Pasay City - up to High School level, both private and public
Malabon - up to High School level, both private and public
Obando - all levels, both private and public (not sure if college included)
Madaluyong City - up to High School level, both private and public
Valenzuela City - up to High School level, both private and public
Coloocan Cityup to High School level, both private and public
Antipolo Cityup to High School level, both private and public

Marikina- up to college, both private and public
Muntinlupa - up to college, both private and public
Taguig - up to high school (and Taguig City University), both private and public
Makati - up to college, both private and public
Pasig - up to college, both private and public
Parañaque - up to college, both private and public
Las Piñas - up to college, both private and public

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