#WalangPasok, List of Class Suspensions on October 30 & 31, Due to Typhoon Rosita

#WalangPasok, List of Class Suspensions on October 30 & 31, Due to Typhoon Rosita

MANILA, Philippines – Due to Typhoon Rosita signal #1 was raised over Metro Manila, and Signal #2 over Abra, Benguet, Cagayan, Ilocos Sur, Ifugao, La Union, Mountain Province, Kalinga, Benguet, Pangasinan, Nueva Vizcaya, Nueva Ecija, Tarlac, Northern Quezon, Polillo Island, and Southern Aurora.



Classes are suspended in the following areas due to Typhoon Rosita.

No Classes (Walang Pasok) in all levels, both public and private on October 30, 2018, Tuesday:

• Abra
• Aguinaldo, Ifugao
• Alaminos City, Pangasinan
* Angeles City
• Apayao
• Aurora
• Bauang, La Union
• Benguet
• Candaba, Pampanga
• Calanasan, Apayao
• Caloocan City
• Calumpit, Bulacan
• Guagua, Pampanga
• Dagupan City
• Isabela
• Ilocos Sur
• Kalinga
• Las Piñas
• La Union
• Makati City
• Malabon City
• Manila City
• Mandaluyong City
• Marikina City
• Masantol, Pampanga
• Meycauayan, Bulacan (pre-school to senior high school)
* Mountain Province (including government offices)
• Muntinlupa City
• Navotas
• Pangasinan
• Paranaque
• Pasay
• Pasig City
• Pateros
• Quezon City
• San Fernando City, Pampanga
• Taguig City
• Valenzuela City
• Zambales

No classes in all levels both public and private on October 31, 2018, Wednesday

• Apayao
• Aguinaldo, Ifugao
• La Union
* Mountain Province (including government offices)

Residents in low lying areas are advised to seek refuge in higher places.

UP Diliman has these following announcements on Twitter:

October 30, Tuesday: #WalangPasok
October 31, Wednesday: #HalfDay, #DeadlineforDropping
November 1-2, Thursday and Friday: #UndasBreak

UP Manila

October 30, Tuesday: #WalangPasok

Meanwhile, some schools have already suspended their classes up to Friday in observance of All Saints’ Day, an annual event in the Philippines. Classes will resume on November 5, Monday.

Refresh the page for #WalangPasok updates.

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