List of schools, LGUs that suspended classes


Posted at Jul 03 2012 07:55 AM | Updated as of Jul 03 2012 10:20 PM

MANILA, Philippines (18th UPDATE) – Quezon City and several other local government units, schools and universities announced the suspension of classes Tuesday morning as heavy rains caused floods in parts of Metro Manila and some Luzon provinces.

The following LGUs suspended their classes in all levels (preschool to high school):

  • Bacoor, Cavite (public and private)
  • Cainta, Rizal (private and public)
  • Caloocan (private and public)
  • Las Piñas (public and private)
  • Makati (private and public)
  • Mandaluyong (public schools only)
  • Manila (afternoon classes only; public schools)
  • Muntinlupa (afternoon classes only; public schools)
  • Navotas (private and public)
  • Obando, Bulacan (private and public)
  • Parañaque City (private and public)
  • Pasay City (public schools only)
  • Pasig City (public and private)
  • Pateros (public and private)
  • Quezon City (private and public)
  • San Juan (public and private)
  • San Mateo, Rizal (private and public)
  • San Pablo City, Laguna (private and public)
  • Taguig (public and private)
  • Valenzuela (private and public)

Other schools that suspended their classes were:

  • Adamson University
  • Ateneo de Manila University (Pre-school, Elementary and High School; College classes suspended after 3 p.m.)
  • City College of Manila
  • Central Colleges of the Philippines
  • De La Salle University, including College of St. Benilde (all campuses; starting 1 p.m.)
  • Far Eastern University
  • Jose Rizal University, Mandaluyong (elementary and high school)
  • Metropolitan Medical Center College of Arts
  • New Era University
  • University of the East
  • Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila
  • Philippine College of Criminology
  • Philippine Medical Women's School
  • Polytechnic University of the Philippines (Sta. Mesa, San Juan, Commonwealth and Taguig campuses)
  • Rizal Technological University (RTU) Mandaluyong
  • Saint Francis of Assisi College (college level included)
  • Saint Pedro Poveda College
  • San Beda College - Manila
  • St. Scholastica's College - Manila
  • Talisay Elementary School - Batangas
  • Talisay High School - Batangas
  • Teachers Village East Preschool
  • Tonsuya Elementary School - Malabon
  • University of Asia and the Pacific (starting 12 noon)
  • University of Makati
  • University of the Philippines - Manila (starting 12 noon)
  • University of Santo Tomas (starting 12 noon)

PAGASA, in its latest weather bulletin issued at 5 a.m., said the rains experienced in Metro Manila and parts of Luzon were brought by a low pressure area (LPA) spotted 30 kilometers north of Ambulong, Batangas as of 2 a.m.

PAGASA forecaster Ricky Fabregas said southern and central Luzon including Metro Manila will still experience rains from this weather system today.

Fabregas said the LPA was moving slowly in a northwest direction. It is expected to be over the West Philippine Sea by Wednesday where it will eventually dissipate.

PAGASA warned residents living in low-lying areas and along mountain slopes to be alert for possible occurrence of flashfloods and landslides. – with reports from dzMM, ANC