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Class Suspensions - August 12 - 13, 2013

Update: Some classes are still suspended as of 9:48 AM. Please see more details below:

Pangasinan - from preschool to high school

Angeles City, Pampanga - preschool level

Malabon - preschool and kindergarten, public and private

Taguig City - preto high school levels

Valenzuela City - daycare and preschools, both public and private

Baliuag University, Bulacan - all levels suspended
Local Government Units (LGU's) in Luzon have independently suspended classes of certain level on Monday, August 12, 2013. This is due to the heavy rains brought by typhoon Labuyo.
As of writing, the following are the cities and towns that have announced suspensions.


Quezon City
San Juan
San Mateo, Rizal


Angono, Rizal
Cainta, Rizal
Cavite (entire province)
Las Piñas
Tanay, Rizal





Valenzuela Class Suspension - August 12, 2013

For Valenzuela, here are the details from the city's Facebook Page.

NO CLASSES CITYWIDE for DAYCARE and PRE-SCHOOL tomorrow, August 12, 2013.

NO CLASSES as well in ELEMENTARY and HIGH SCHOOL levels, both Public and Private Schools in the following flood-prone Barangays:

1. Wawang Pulo
2. Balangkas
3. Pariancillo Villa
4. Palasan
5. Arkong Bato
6. Polo
7. Poblacion
8. Tagalag
9. Bisig
10. Isla
11. Rincon
12. Pasolo
13. Mabolo
14. Malanday
15. Dalandanan
16. Coloong
17. Malinta

Please be advised. Thank you.

Automatic Class Suspension Guidelines

Here's an infographic showing the rules set-up by the Department Education for automatic class suspensions.

This story is developing. Please refresh the updates for more details.


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