Sunday, July 22, 2012

Suspended classes on July 23, 2012

The following are the schools and universities that suspended classes on Monday, July 23, 2012, due to PNoy's SONA, and/or bad weather.

Also check out the new guidelines on suspension of classes.

  1. Bagong Silangan Elementary School
  2. Benigno Aquino Elementary School
  3. Commonwealth Elemetary School
  4. Culiat Elementary School
  5. Doña Juana Elementary School
  6. Fairview Elementary School
  7. Holy Spirit Elemetary School
  8. Lagro Elementary School
  9. Lupang Pangako Elementary School
  10. Manuel L. Quezon Elementary School
  11. Melencio Castelo Elementary School
  12. New Era Elementary School
  13. North Fairview Elementary School
  14. Payatas B Annex Elementary School
  15. Payatas B Elementary School
  16. Payatas C Elementary School
  17. Pres.C. Aquino Elementary School
  18. San Diego Elementary School
  19. West Fairview Elementary School
  20. Calbaryo Elementary School (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  21. Saluysoy Elementary School  (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  22. Bangkal Elementary School  (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  23. Longos Elementary School  (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  24. Bayugo Elementary School  (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  25. Zamora Elementary School  (Meycauayan, Bulacan)
  26. Ubihan Elementary School   (Meycauayan, Bulacan)

High School
  1. Bagong Silangan High School
  2. Batasan National High School
  3. CommonwealthHigh School
  4. Culiat High School
  5. Holy Spirit National High School
  6. Judge Feliciano Belmonte High School
  7. Justice Cecilia Muñoz Palma High School
  8. Lagro High School
  9. New Era High School
  10. North Fairview High School

  1. University of Santo Tomas
  2. La Consolacion University - Malolos
  3. Polytechnic University of the Philippines - Commonwealth
  4. Bulacan State University
  5. Miriam College

Announcements from LGUs/government offices
  1. Malabon: Pre-school to high school (according to Mr. Roderick Tungol, Head, Disaster Risk Management Office)
  2. Valenzuela: Pre-school to high school (according to Mayor Sherwin Gatchalian)
  3. San Pablo, Laguna: All levels (according to Mayor Vicente Amante)
  4. Malolos, Bulacan: Pre-school to high school (according to Mayor Christian Natividad)
  5. Obando, Bulacan: All levels, public and private schools
  6. Hagonoy, Bulacan: Pre-school to high school, public and private (according to Mayor Orencio Gabriel)
  7. Paombong, Bulacan: All levels
  8. Pulilan, Bulacan: All levels, public and private (according to Mr. Santi Santos, Tourism Office, Office of the Mayor)
  9. Masantol, Pampanga: Elementary to high school
  10. Mexico, Pampanga: Pre-school to high school, public and private
  11. Dinalupihan, Bataan: Elementary to high school, public and private (according to Mayor Joel Palumo)
  12. Harvester's Mission International School, Calumpit, Bulacan: Pre-school to high school (according to School Administrator Mercedita Alfaro)
  13. Carmel Child Development and Learning Center: Pre-school (according to Administrator Leslynn Año)
  14. Ecclesiastical Christian Institute, Calumpit, Bulacan: Pre-school to high school (according to Administrator Rev. Edgardo Inañez)
  15. Aranguren Integrated School, Capaz, Tarlac: No classes (according to Principal Fr. Rally Castro)
  16. De La Salle-Araneta University, Malabon: Pre-school to high school
  17. PUP Commonwealth: no classes (according to PUP Public Affairs Chief Dr. Ruby Gapasin)
  18. Bulacan State University: High school and college (according to Office of the President)
  19. University of Santo Tomas: All levels (Office of Public Affairs Director Prof. Giovanna Fontanilla)
  20. La Consolacion University - Malolos: Elementary to college (according to Sr. Editha Zerna, OSA)
  21. Holy Angel University: Elementary (according to VP for External Affairs Robby Tantingco)
  22. Baliuag University Bulacan (via @baliuagu)

Announcements from Twitter

[This post is being updated as soon as we get new information on the announcement of suspension of classes. Please come back often to check if your school is on the list.]

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