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Class Suspensions for August 1, 2012 (Wednesday)

Update: Classes Suspended on August 2, 2012 (Thursday)

Still under floodwater brought by Typhoon Gener, several towns and barangays have declared that the classes will remain suspended until tomorrow, August 1, 2012. Here's the list:

Obando, Bulacan - with 9 Barangay still submerged in floodwater, the local government have suspended classes on all levels.

Valenzuela City - Pio Valenzuela, PR San Diego, San Diego Parochial Sch, Nuestra Senora de Guia Acad Elementary School,   Rincon Elementary School , Pasolo, Isla, Tagalag, Coloong, A. Deato , Wawang Pulo.

Rain to Continue Until Tomorrow
Although Typhoon Gener is already in the northern part of Luzon, it is expected to intensify moonsoon winds bringing rains in Metro Manila and Visayas region. So, for tomorrow, be ready with your rain gears.

-  Mandaluyong, Marikina, Quezon City and Navotas - Classes suspended up to High School
- Classes suspended in Imus and Rosario, Cavite and Rodriguez Rizal
- Bulacan: Classes suspended today, Aug 1, in Bocaue, Marilao, and Ubihan ES and Zamora ES in Meycauayan West.- Ateneo de Manila : Pre-school, Grade School and High School classes have been suspended today
- Cavite: Classes are also suspended in Naic and Ternate today
- Classes suspended today in Pasay city, all levels.
- Malabon: Classes are still suspended today, Aug 1, in Dampalit ES and Dampalit ES 1 due to flood and possible high tide.
- San Juan: Classes suspended today, Aug 1, both public and private schools from Kindergaten to HS.
- Zambales: No classes today, Aug 1, elementary level in Cawag high school annex, Nagyantok HS, Cawag Resettlement HS, and San Isidro HS.
- Bulacan: Classes are also suspended today, Aug 1, in Angat (all schools, all levels) and Meycauayan East (Saluysoy only).
- Pampanga: The Mayor of Guagua is issuing suspension of classes effective 12nn today,, all levels in all public and private schools.
- Olongapo City: Afternoon classes are suspended today, in the elementary and secondary levels both in public and private schools.

- Manila afternoon classes suspended - for PUBLIC schools only - suspension announced by Mayor Alfredo Lim
- Makati afternoon classes suspended


  1. gabriel05@null.netAugust 1, 2012 at 2:34 AM

    May pasok p dn? :( sarap kc mtulog :D

  2. Luuuuh? May pasok pa pala dito sa Metro Manila, lakas lakas ng ulan e.

  3. Class suspension sa Metro Manila oh :/ pano kmi mga nagcocomute :/

  4. Please suspend na Univ sa Q.C & Manila pls!!! Di kami waterproof!!

  5. sana mag declare na ang qc na walang pasok,. di naman nila sagot ang neozep at biogesic pag may nararamdaman tau!

  6. Wala daw pasok...nakausap ko na c tito noynoy ko.

  7. seryoso wala na? :))

  8. Suspend na sa qc lakas ng ulan

  9. gabriel05@null.netAugust 1, 2012 at 6:39 AM

    Kaasar , may pasok s paranaque hayz , sarap mtulog eh :D

  10. Wala na pong Pasok sa Buong Metro Manila, kapag Lubog na sa Baha.

  11. Rain, Rain Go Away, come again on Monday & Tuesday, isagad mo na hanggang Friday!!!!!!

  12. Huwag nga tayong makulit kakatanong kung may pasok ba O wala, nasisira lang ang mahimbing na tulog ng mga Opisyales natin!!!!

  13. Matagal na kaming customer ng BAUTISTA GAS at ngayon ko lang naranasan ang nakakagimbal na serbisyong pinakita nila, Dati-rati kapag may problema ang inihatid nilang gas ay agarang pinapalitan ito ng maayos na tangke ng gas.

    Pero ngayon, lahat ay nagbago na....
    Nitong mga nakalipas na araw ay nagpadeliver kami ng gas at sa kasamaang palad ay may deprensya ang inihatid nilang tangke ng gas, nalaman lang namin ito nang nangamoy ang buong bahay namin ng mabahong gas mabuti't wala pang nagsisindi/nagluluto sa kalan sa amin. Itinawag agad namin ito sa branch station nila na aming pinagkuhanan, doon na nagsimula ang NAPAKA-PANGIT NA SERBISYO nila,

    Nang nakausap namin sa telepono ang receptionist nila at sinabi namin agad ang problema na idineliver nila, Nakapagtatakang ang sinabi ng nakausap namin na tumawag sa Opisina nila. Naitawag at nasabi namin ang problema sa binigay na numero sa Opisina nila, makalipas ang mahigit na isang Oras doon pa lang dumating ang rider na nagdeliver sa amin ng gas, Ipinasuri namin ang tangke ng gas.

    Laking Dismayado ang naramdaman namin ng niremedyohan ng rider ang tangke ng gas imbes na palitan ito ng Bago at maayos na tangke ng gas.
    Ayon sa Rider, papalitan lang daw nila ang Gasul kung ito'y hindi nya maaayos.

    Upang hindi mauwi sa Argumento O pagtatalo ay hinayaan na lang namin na hindi mapalitan ito. Pero ito na ang Huling beses na kami'y kukuha mula sa BAUTISTA GAS.

    Sana ay Huwag maranasan ito ng ibang customers upang hindi mangyari ang anumang aksidente na maaring maidulot nito sa kanila.

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