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Deped: July 26 Metro Manila (NCR) afternoon classes suspended due to tropical depression “Juaning”

By on Jul 26, 2011 in Announcement, Asia, Education Comments

Updated: July 26, 2011 8:11 p.m.

Read Deped: No classes on all levels in Metro Manila (NCR) on July 27 due to tropical storm Juaning

Manila, Philippines – The Department of Education (DepEd) announced suspension of afternoon classes at all levels in the entire Metro Manila (NCR) on Tuesday, July 26, 2011.



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As noted at local news sites, the suspension of the afternoon classes in both public and private schools in Metro Manila is due to the tropical depression “Juaning“.

As of 11 a.m. today, Tuesday, July 26, PAGASA raised Public Storm Signal No. 2 in some areas in Bicol and Public Storm Signal No. 1 in Metro Manila and others.

NCR: All afternoon classes suspended in kindergarten, elementary and secondary, both public and private.” DepEd (@DepEd_PH) also posted on Twitter about an hour ago.

Cavite: classes suspended in Kindergarten, Elementary and Secondary levels in Bacoor, Imus, Noveleta, Rosario, Kawit, Tanza and Gen. Trias.” DepEd tweeted later.

Nevertheless, Deped also tweeted the suspension of afternoon classes in Dasmarinas City, Tagaytay and San Pablo City, Laguna; as well as in the entire Camarines Norte, where Storm Signal no 2 was raised.

However, Deped emphasized that college and universities are not under their agency and advised the public to contact Commission of Higher Education (CHED) or respective school administration.

Meanwhile, ABS-CBN reported on the same day that Prof. Giovanna Fontanilla of the University of Santo Tomas (UST) Office of Public Affairs announced that classes at all levels (elementary to college) is suspended effective 12 noon.

ABS-CBN added that Far Eastern University (FEU) announced the same afternoon class suspension while University of the Philippines Integrated System (UPIS) suspended its classes starting 12 noon for elementary and high school only.



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