MANILA, Philippines – There will still be no classes on August 14, 2018, Tuesday in many areas in the country due to continuous rainfall and inclement weather. The following areas are declared to have #NoClasses on August 14, 2018, Tuesday. No classes in all levels, private and public, in the following areas: BULACAN, such as: … Read more No Classes PH, August 14, 2018 #WalangPasok
MANILA, Philippines – The following areas are declared to have No Classes on August 13, 2018, Monday due to heavy rains and inclement weather due to Habagat. No classes in all levels, private and public, in the following areas: Antipolo, Rizal CALABARZON ZONE, such as: Cavite Province Rizal Province Biñan, Laguna Calamba, Laguna San Pedro, … Read more Class Suspensions in PH, August 13, 2018 #WalangPasok
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 … Read more No Classes (#WalangPasok) Announcements for October 19, 2015 due to Typhoon Lando
Some schools have announced their Class Suspensions for July 17, 2014 due to Typhoon Glenda. Glenda will be out of the Philippines Area of Responsibility this afternoon of Wednesday, July 16, but the storm has caused damage due to strong winds and torrential rains.
MANILA, Philippines – Class suspensions for Wednesday, July 16, 2014 due to Typhoon Glenda (Rammasun – international codename ) was announced by DepEd on its Facebook Page on Tuesday, July 15.
Announcement of Class Suspensions are on-going as DepED reminds the public that the Local Government Unit (LGU) is responsible in suspending classes. There are no classes in certain areas.
MANILA, Philippines – As of 7:00 pm, PAGASA’s Rainfall Advisory include Bataan, Batangas, Cavite, Laguna, Quezon, Rizal, and Zambales.
According the PAGASA’s Facebook post:
MANILA, Philippines – Malacanang announced Class Suspensions (Walang Pasok) as Tropical Storm Maring bring in more rains, causing floods all over Metro Manila and nearby provinces.