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Class Suspensions for August 7, 2012 (Tuesday)

Due to continous raining and the rise of floodwater in some areas of Metro Manila, some of the Local Government Units have suspended their classes for tomorrow, August 7, 2012 (Tuesday). Here are the latest list as of the time of writing.

- Manila - all levels suspended, public and private
- Muntinlupa - all levels suspended, public and private
- Marikina - all levels suspended, public and private
- Navotas - all levels suspended, public and private
- Paranaque- all levels suspended, public and private
- Pateros - all levels suspended, public and private
- Makati - all levels suspended, public and private
- Taguig - all levels suspended, public and private
- Malabon - up to High School suspended, public and private
- Cavite Provinceall levels suspended, public and private (updated)
- Taytay, Binagonan, Rodriguez, Angono, San Mateo, Rizal  - all levels suspended, public and private
Cainta, Rizal- up High School suspended, public and private
Las Pinas - all levels suspended, public and private
Quezon City -  up to High School suspended, public and private
- San Juan City - all levels suspended, public and private
Laguna - all levels suspended, public and private
- Caloocan City  - all levels suspended, public and private
- Pasay City- all levels suspended, public and private
- Hermosa and Balanga City, Bataan -  all levels suspended, public and private
- Antipolo City - all levels suspended, public and private
- Brgys. Banaba, Sta. Ana, Maly in SAN MATEO, Rizal - all levels suspended, public and private
- Obando Bulacan


- Valenzuela:
1. A. Deato Elementary School
2. Coloong Elementary School
3. Isla Elementary School
4. Pasolo Elementary School
5. Pio Valenzuela Elementary School
6. PR San Diego Elementary School
7. Tagalag Elementary School
8. Wawang Pulo Elementary School
9. Rincon Elementary School
10. Polo National High School
11. Arkong Bato National High School
12. Wawang Pulo National High School
13. Nuestra Senora De Guia Academy
14. San Diego Parochial School
to be updated....

Schools

Trinity University of Asia - classes and office work
Phil. Christian University, Taft Ave- all levels, incl. grad.school
Philippine College of Criminology - Manila Law College- classes and office operations
Ateneo de Manila -classes in all levels (grade school to graduate school)
University of Santo Tomas - all classes and office work
University of Caloocan City
Adamson University - all classes and office work
Colegio de San Juan de Letran - all levels
De La Salle-College of St. Benilde, DLSU-Taft, Makati and Ortigas Ext., DLSU STC - all classes, office work
Polytechnic University Philippines - all levels
Miriam College - Work & classes at all levels
St Scholastica's College- Manila no classes tom
Don Honorio Ventura Technologocal State University- Bacolor at Mexico
San Agustin Elementary School- Candaba
UE Manila & UE Caloocan
Arellano University-Malabon
UP-Manila
CEU- Makati
FEU - Manila, FEU-EAC, FEU Diliman, & FEU Makati
XAVIER SCHOOL
EMILIO AGUINALDO COLLEGE - Manila
PHILIPPINE WOMEN'S UNIVERSITY
SoFA Design Institute
SACRED HEART SCHOOL in Malabon, Makati, Binondo, Sun Valley-Parañaque, Valenzuela & Caloocan
DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY (Bacolor and Mexico)
SAN AGUSTIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (Candaba)
Pasig Catholic College
St. Paul College Makati
Valenzuela City Polytechnic College

Sources:
DepEd Twitter (@DepEd_PH
PTV4 FB Page

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  1. Thank you for sharing the list of schools that has no classes today. Students that have access in internet will surely informed.


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