No Classes (#WalangPasok) Announcements for October 19, 2015 due to Typhoon Lando

MANILA, Philippines – Due to floods caused by the strong winds and rain brought by Typhoon Lando (Super Typhoon Koppu), there will be no classes (class suspensions) in the following areas tomorrow, Monday, October 19, 2015.

Class suspensions:

• Muntinlupa – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Valenzuela – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Pateros – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Angeles City – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Marikina – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Pampanga – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Makati – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Manila – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Caloocan – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
• Malabon – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private

UPDATES:

* Ilocos Norte Province – No classes in ALL LEVELS, both public and private
* Nueva Vizcaya Province – No classes in pre-school to high school, both public and private
* Olongapo City Zambales – No classes in ALL LEVELS, public and private
* Cagayan Valley – No classes pre-school to highschool, public and private

These class suspension announcements are as of 10:00 AM, October 18, 2015. Check back for more updates later.

typhoon lando (koppu)
Typhoon Lando (Koppu), class suspensions

 

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ALL LEVELS

• Pateros
• Valenzuela City
• Muntinlupa City
• Navotas City
• Makati City
• Mandaluyong City
• City of Manila
• Caloocan City
• San Juan City
• Pasig City
• Paranaque City
• Marikina City
• Taguig City
• Pasay City
• Las Pinas City
• Malabon City
• Malolos City
• Province of Pampanga
• Province of Isabela
• San Pablo City
• Hagonoy, Bulacan
• Bocaue, Bulacan
• Obando, Bulacan

PRESCHOOL TO HIGH SCHOOL

• Quezon City

Meanwhile, Public Storm warning signals in the different areas are the following:

Typhoon signal No. 1
Batanes
Bataan
Cavite
Laguna
Batangas
Lubang Island
Northern Oriental Mindoro
Marinduque
Camarines Sur
Albay
Catanduanes

Typhoon signal No. 2

Cagayan including Calayan and Babuyan group of Islands
Benguet
Mt. Province
Abra
Kalinga
Apayao
Ilocos Norte
Ilocos Sur
La Union
Pangasinan
Zambales
Tarlac
Pampanga
Bulacan
Rizal
Rest of Quezon
Camarines Norte
Metro Manila

Typhoon signal No. 3

Isabela
Quirino
Nueva Vizcaya
Nueva Ecija
Ifugao
Northern Quezon including Polillo Islands

Typhoon signal No. 4

Aurora

Typhoon Lando is the strongest typhoon that has threatened the country after 5 years since Typhoon Yolanda.

Lando has maximum sustained winds of 150 kph near the center and gustiness of up to 185 kph. As of 12 am, Nueva Ecija and is about to threaten the Cordillera Region.

Typhoon Lando is expected to weaken on Friday, October 23, as it leaves the country’s PAR.

Residents in low lying areas are advised to evacuate to higher grounds, and observe necessary precautions.

Here are guidelines for Public Stom Signals, courtesy of DEPED.

 

TYPHOON LANDO guidelines
TYPHOON LANDO guidelines

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