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Class Suspension for August 8, 2012 (Wednesday)

Due to continuous raining and flooding in many parts of Metro Manila and Luzon, some local governments have declared work and classes suspension. Here are the list of LGUs that declared class suspension for Wednesday, August 8, 2012:

- Makati City - all levels, private and public
Manila  City - all levels, private and public
San Juan City - all levels, private and public
- Caloocan- all levels, private and public
- Laguna- all levels, private and public
- Las Piñas- all levels, private and public
- Mandaluyong- all levels, private and public
- Marikina- all levels, private and public
- Muntinlupa- all levels, private and public
Navotas- all levels, private and public
Pampanga- all levels, private and public
Parañaque- all levels, private and public
Rodriguez, Rizal- all levels, private and public
Taguig- all levels, private and public
Valenzuela- all levels, private and public
- Cavite Province- all levels, private and public
- Taytay, Cainta, Rizal- all levels, private and public
- Binangonan, Rizal - up to High Schoool
- Pasig City -  all levels, private and public
Malabon City -  all levels, private and public
Pateros City -  all levels, private and public
- San Jose del Monte  -  all levels, private and public
- Olongapo City -  all levels, private and public
- Quezon City -  all levels, private and public
- Baliuag, Paombong, Bulacan -  all levels, private and public
- Bataan - all levels, private and public
- Tarlac - up to High School



School Suspensions: (from gov.ph)

Adamson University
Ateneo de Manila University
Ateneo Law School, Far Eastern University (all campuses)
Centro Escolar University (all campuses)
University of the Philipines (Manila and Los Baños)
De La Salle University
Don Bosco (Mandaluyong)
Fatima University
Jose Rizal University, Letran
Manila Tytana University
Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta. Mesa, Manila; San Juan; and Taguig campuses)
St. Paul (Pasig)
Malayan Colleges (Laguna)

to be updated...

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