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UPDATED: Class Suspension for August 2, 2012 - Afternoon Classes Suspended in Selected Areas

The heavy rain might already stop tomorrow but some areas are still under flood waters. As such, the local government units of those areas have declared class suspensions until tomorrow. Here's the list:

- Obando, Bulacan - suspended all levels
- Navotas - suspended in all levels
Valenzuela City - selected schools
1. Rincon Elementary School
2. Pasolo Elementary School
3. Isla Elementary School
4. Tagalag Elementary School
5. Coloong Elementary School
6. Pio Valenzuela Elementary School
7. Wawangpulo Elementary School
8. A. Deato Elementary School
9. P.R. San Diego Elementary School
10. Caruhatan West Elementary School
11. A. Fernando Elementary School
12. Polo National High School
13. Karuhatan National High School
14. Arkong Bato National High School
15. Dalandanan National High School
16. Nuestra Senora De Guia Academy
17. San Diego Parochial School                                 
- Malabon - Longos, Taniong, San Agustin, Tonsuyo, Dampalit and Panghulo villages, classes up to High school were suspended
- Bulacan -  No classes in   Paombong (Masukol, Sta Cruz and Binakod only), San Ildefonso (all schools, all levels); Hagonoy West (up to Elementary Level), Hagonoy East (Hagonoy East CS, San Sebastian and Teodora Cruz only)
- Cavite - Bacoor and Imus, no classes up to Elementary level
- Olongapo City: Afternoon classes in elem & secondary, both public and private are suspended
- Baguio - Malabon Baguio City afternoon classes up to High School are suspended
- Cavite: Afternoon classes suspended for all levels in Ternate, Cavite City and Bacoor. In Imus, only for Kindergarten to Elementary.
-Quezon City - Afternoon classes suspended in Bagong Silangan ES & HS.

To be updated...


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

  2. Pagmasdan ang ulan
    Unti-unting pumapatak sa mga halaman at mga bulaklak
    Pagmasdan ang dilim
    Sa buong paligid tuwing umuulan
    Kasabay ng ulan bumubuhos ang yong ganda
    Kasabay ng hangining kumakanta
    Maari bang huwag ka nang sa piling ko’y lumisan pa
    Hanggang ang langit ay tumila na
    Buhos na ulan aking mundo’y lunuring tuluyan
    Tulad ng pag-agos mo di mapipigil
    Ang puso kong nagliliyab
    pag-ibig ko’y umaapaw
    Damdamin ko’y humihiyaw sa tuwa
    Tuwing umuulan at kapiling ka

    Pagmasdan ang ulan unti-unting tumitila
    Ikaw rin magpapaalam na
    Maari bang minsan pa
    Mahagkan ka’t maiduyan ka
    Sakbibi ka’t ulan lamang ang saksi?
    Minsan pa ulan bumuhos ka’t h’wag ng tumigil pa
    Hatid mo may bagyo dalangin ito ng puso kong sumasamo
    Pag-ibig ko’y umaapaw
    Damdamin ko’y humihiyaw sa tuwa
    Tuwing umuulan at kapiling ka
    Maari bang minsan pa
    Mahagkan ka’t maiduyan ka
    Sakbibi ka’t ulan lamang ang saksi

    Sing with me!!!


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